From the W[?]ling Grounds, yesterday, having left Sydney the 10th November, 1838, the whaling barque Cape Packet, 210 tons, Captain Dixon, with 1200 barrels of sperm oil. ...Article : 397 words
SIR, In your publication of 20:h instant, you among other remarks, affi[?] that in the conversation with the Reverend Mr. ...Article : 1,059 words
This Day. [?]3 min. p. 3 morning. [?] min. p. 4 afternoon To-morrow. ...Article : 30 words
Friday. June 26th. Gledswood, opposite Raby. ...Article : 13 words
THE greater portion of Tuesday was occupied by the Council in discussing an Insolvent Act, which was finally thrown out, His Excellency observing, that after ...Article : 367 words
THIS DAY. By Hebblewhite and Vickery, at their Rooms Lower George-street, at 11 o'clock—Estate of Goodridge-Leigh, ...Article : 169 words
Present: the Governor, Commander of the Forces. Bishop of Australia, Colonial Secretary, AttorneyGeneral, Collector of Customs, Auditor-General, Messrs. Campbell[?] Berry, Jones, H. H. Macarthur, ...Article : 4,972 words
The schooner Cintra, from Liverpool, bound to Port Phillip and Sydney, was spoken by the Coromandel on the 14th May, all well. Also, on the 17th May, ...Article : 302 words
On Tuesday, 23rd June, the interesting ceremo[?]y of laying the corner, or foundation-stone, of a new Temple, dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was performed by ...Article : 1,129 words
Mr. PLUNKETT'S "Australian Magistrate" is too well known in this Colony to require what is termed a reviewer's puff. The work is one of utility, not of ...Article : 628 words
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