THE debates in both Houses of Parliament on this subject will be read with the deepest interest, and not without, we regret to add, feelings of some well ...Article : 964 words
Dalton v. James.—Application for Sureties of the peace. Mr. Heid for Plaintiff. This case listed nearly all day, and was ...Article : 199 words
WE refer our readers to the report of the great meeting in Hobart Town, held fur the purpose of relieving the now acknowledged distress which exists ...Article : 194 words
Mr. SHERWIN endeavoured on Tuesday evening, when the House of Assembly was in Committee of Supply, to give Launceston another lift, by suggesting that ...Article : 1,092 words
William Elliott pleaded guilty to the charge of having travelled by the " Royal Shepherd." without having paid his fare from Melbourne to Launceston. ...Article : 192 words
This was an information laid by Mr. Perkins, Superintendent of Police, against Mary Mumford, for disturbing the peace by abusing Mrs. Hill, of Bishopsbourne, ...Article : 700 words
THE extent and ferocity of the civil wars in America and Poland, arc now only secondary in interest to the events transpiring closer to us, ...Article : 621 words
SIR,— I see by an advertisement in your issue of Wednesday, that the Assignees in the above estate—J. F. Hobkirk and Charles Nichols—propose selling on ...Article : 426 words
By the "Royal Shepherd" winch arrived at the bar, at 3 o'clock, on Wednesday, we have received important intelligence. The M. 'Angus' of ...Article : 1,022 words
SIR,—In ray opinion we have to thank Major Dixon for persevering in the case (reported in your last issue), of stone ...Article : 218 words
A detachment of the 11th has sailed for Auckland, The outbreak at the [?] gaol has been s[?] ...Article : 860 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: