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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

    From Port Phillip, on Thursday last, whence she sailed the 26th ultimo, the ship A'exa der, Captain Ramsay, with sundries. Passengers, Mrs. Mossman and four children Monsieur and Madame Gaulrot, Mrs. Wallace, Mr and ...

    Article : 159 words
  3. Theatrical Chit Chat.

    Monsieur and Madame Gautrot have arrived from Port Phillp, and have been engaged by Signor Dalle Case. They will make their first appearance at the Olympic, on Monday next. ...

    Article : 233 words
  4. Calendar for the eusuing Week.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  5. BUSHRANGING.

    We understand that, yesterday afternoon, as the Hon, the Colonial Secretary, the Brigade Major, Dr. Dobie, and Mr. Edye Manning, were taking their usual ride along the South ...

    Article : 767 words
  6. Notice to Correspondents.

    An "Australian Colonist's" article on the causes of the planetary movements will appear in our next number. The "Scene Shifter" is on the shelf, and will be turned to advantage if necessary—Verb sat. ...

    Article : 41 words
  7. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA.

    THE 'eyes not only of Britain, but of the civilized world, are turned towards the shores of the Celestial Empire. All are watching, with intense interest, the progress of ovents ...

    Article : 2,518 words
  8. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    By Mr. S. Lyons, at his Mart, George street, at 11 o'clock—Raisins, Shoes, Ale, Brushes, Planks, &c. MONDAY, ...

    Article : 54 words
  9. To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette.

    SIR, Through the medium of your journal, I will call attention to the present very inefficient state of one of our most important public institutions, ...

    Article : 400 words
  10. DR. LANGS RE IGNATION.

    At the close of divine service in the Scots Church on Sabbath last the Rev. Dr. Lang delivered the following address to his congregation. ADDRE [?] ...

    Article : 2,297 words
  11. Original Correspondence.

    SIR, Your contemporary the Herald, burning with patriotic courage, rebukes you for supposing that in the event of warfare, any force less than a fleet ...

    Article : 967 words
  12. Economy—Hint to Ship Masters.

    The Commander of a ship now in the harbour had a party of labourers employed to slow cargo, &c. at a wage of 4s. 61. a-day, their food and three glasses of grog. Not having ...

    Article : 165 words
  13. To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette.

    SIR, In the Herald of Wednesday, is an article headed " THE DEFENCE OF THIS HARBOUR," the writer of which endeavours to show, that the ...

    Article : 739 words
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