Issue Details: First known date: 1845 vol. 2 no. 40 27 March 1845 of Colonial Literary Journal and Weekly Miscellany of Useful Information est. 1844-1845
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  • This is the final issue of the Colonial Literary Journal and Weekly Miscellany of Useful Information. However, the editor still placed the following note on p.208 (in response to some correspondence about the poetry of Charles Harpur): 'We are happy to state that we are in possession of additional contributions from Mr. Harpur, which will receive our prompt attention.'


* Contents derived from the 1845 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Mr. And Mrs. Dobkins : A Romance of the City, D. D. (fl. 1845) , 1845 single work short story (p. 203-205)
Australian Fables : No. 4 : The Emui"Nature thy works are wondrous! they abound", Anonymous , 1845 single work poetry
'Tells men to think more of God.' (Webby)
(p. 206)
A Word to Charles Harpur, A Son of the Soil , 1845 single work correspondence (p. 207)

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