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Issue Details: First known date: 1835... 1835 Untitled
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  • Author's note: SIR, The religious Journal of 30th July still teems with scurrilous and opprobious language - ditto the 'Herald.' - What for? Envy, to be sure, of Watt and the late Editor's (O'Shaughnessy) superior abilities in the quill-driving line. The 'Colonist' is determined to cleanse the 'Aegean Stable of the Press' - the real Editor is certainly fit for dirty matters, if one is to judge of him, as one must by his indecent writings in such a religious Journal!!! 'Tis a fit subject to eulogise the Editor? Let's try -
  • 'Another attack on Lang.' - Webby

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