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Issue Details: First known date: 1835... vol. 1 no. 21 21 May 1835 of The Colonist est. 1835 The Colonist
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* Contents derived from the 1835 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Literary Profession, or The Colonial Press, single work criticism

The writer for the Colonist again expresses dismay that the Sydney Gazette is under the control of an ex-convict, Edward O'Shaughnessy, and a ticket-of-leave man, William Watt. The Colonist calls on Anne Howe, the newspaper's publisher, to replace both men.

(To further its argument, the Colonist includes an extract from the 1828 London trial of William Watt.)

(p. 161-162)
The Tropic Calmi"How wearily the long noons wane", 'Ione' , single work poetry (p. 166)
On My First Poetical Aspirationsi"I found that others had some natural gift,", Henry Halloran , single work poetry
'Claims he began writing poetry at sixteen.' (Webby)
(p. 166)

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