The produce of the recent large sales of land has caused much discussion amongst proprietors. The estate of the late Mr. Orr is said to have been sold under considerable disadvantages. ...Article : 5,435 words
Loss OF THE "MATCHLESS."— Yesterday afternoon, we regret to announce, the cutter Matchless, the property of Mr. Dawson, was sunk in our harbour, under the following ...Article : 1,779 words
This is the work of a talented and energetic schoolmaster in Hobart Town, an admirer of M. Felienberg, one of the enthusiasts so needful to overcome the difficulties ...Article : 669 words
Colonel Outram, in his pamphlet condemnatory of the proceedings of Sir Charles Napier as Governor of Scinde, having charged the gallant General with nepotism, ...Article : 642 words
SIR.—The existence of superior minds in any community, is indeed the greatest and enduring good with which it can be blest It is almost the only good which is not temporary and evanescent. ...Article : 1,049 words
On Saturday, the coses were "few and far between, like angel visits," as the book says: there was nothing of any particular interest, but what there was we willingly report. ...Article : 688 words
Alfred Langdon was charged with wounding, on the 5th of December last, Thomas Grove, with intent to murder him;-and another count charged the prisoner with an intent to do ...Article : 838 words
SIR,—I have perused with attention the letter signed A Friend of Popular Education, in the Colonial Times of the 3rd instant, although I must confess it was with great difficulty I could bring ...Article : 770 words
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