From Liverpool, via the Cape of Good Hope, late on Friday night last, having left the former port the 28th February, and the latter the 28th May[?] the ship Heber, 441 tons, Captain Thomas, ...Article : 243 words
THIS DAY. By J. T. Wilson, at his Rooms, at 12 o'clock—Land in the County of Cumberland, Northumberland, Durham, ...Article : 1,996 words
SIR, I have received by the last arrivals from England the following Circulars from the Secretary to Lloyds, which I ...Article : 986 words
Space preventing our giving extracts from the voluminous files of English newspapers received by the late arrivals, we continue our summary of the ...Article : 790 words
"A Protestant," and several other communications on the same subject have been received. ...Article : 19 words
Certain of our contemporaries have taken occasion from the late excessive rise in the price of wheat and flour to give utterance to a series of strictures on the ...Article : 1,153 words
The Heber arrived from Liverpool, via the Cape of Good Hope, late on Friday night, has added to our population 180 bounty emigrants and 22 passengers. ...Article : 405 words
JUSTICE to the professors of the Roman Catholic faith requires that before entering upon our promised exposure of the abominations of the Romish Confessional, ...Article : 3,021 words
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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tue 30 Jul 1839, Page 2
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