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  2. COLONIAL TIMES AND TASMANIAN: The two original Journals of Van Diemen's Land CONSOLIDATED.

    IF SIR EARDLEY WILMOT had been enabled to dictate the speeches to be delivered in the House of Lords on the subject of "the Petition," taking them as a whole ...

    Article : 4,476 words
  3. INCREASE OF THE ARMY.

    The following augmentation to certain corps of cavalry and infantry having been sanctioned by Her Majesty's Government, officers in command of the regiments and ...

    Article : 719 words
  4. Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian.

    SIR,—Dr. Nixon introduced, for the first time since the establishment of these colonies, the system of levying weekly contributions upon the attendants at Divine Worship, upon ...

    Article : 302 words
  5. SUPREME COURT.

    On the opening of the Court, this morning, the following prisoners were discharged by proclamation, namely, John Tomlinson, and George Jones. ...

    Article : 506 words
  6. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian.

    SIR,—Is the public to understand, from your recent statement, that Archdeacon Marriott has not only salaries from the public purse of £800 per annum, but that he has also applied for an ...

    Article : 91 words
  7. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian

    SIR,—The old system of the Government schools was excellent: the new system is the worst of humbug. The monitorial plan is very good where there are a large number of scholars; ...

    Article : 147 words
  8. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian.

    SIR,—In the literary journal there is a controversy, which resembles that so long carried on between two writers in the Review upon the propriety of using the word "were" in the ...

    Article : 150 words
  9. MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE.

    We have this morning received, vid Launceston, the Melbourne papers to the 22nd, and the Adelaide to the 11th July. We can only give the leading intelligence, the details ...

    Article : 202 words
  10. Domestic Intelligence.

    FORGERY DETECTED.—Last evening, a forgery upon Mr. J. Regan was very cleverly detected by Mr. Padman, the manager of the establishment of Dickenson Brothers, and the ...

    Article : 1,520 words
  11. SYDNEY.

    We have received by the arrivals on Sunday, our files to the 18th instant, and now present our readers with an abstract of the intelligence to that date. ...

    Article : 1,084 words
  12. INDIA NEWS.

    The Bengal Hurkaru of the 11th March, containing news from Delhi to the 4th March, and from Lahore to the 26th February, says, the intelligence from Lahore ...

    Article : 332 words
  13. BANK AT MORETON BAY.

    The second number of the Moreton Bay Courier contains an article advocating in strong terms, the necessity of establishing a Bank at Moreton Bay. The arguments ...

    Article : 301 words
  14. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH.

    In Reference to the article which appeared in our journal of the 14th instant under the above title, we have a short explanation to offer. It appears that we unintentionally ...

    Article : 381 words
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