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good sense of clergy and laity. His own uni-
versity. His correspondence with Sir Charles
Nicholson. The Archdeacon. The probable
result of the two systems. The opening of the
University. Its constitution well adapted to
Australia. The want of architectural beauty.
The Protestant cathedral. Lyons' Terrace. His
antecedents. Wooloomooloo. Sydney Museum.
The domain. The fashionable promenade. The
botanical garden. Its beauties. The shipping.
Flower-shows. The Curator. Governor Mac-
quarie. Trial by jury. Attorney-General finds
True Bill. The Judges of New South Wales.
Lord Shaftesbury and His Excellency. Sydney
not worse than any English garrison or port
town. Tallow fraud. Gold fraud. Not only
paupers and convicts sent out.
prodigals. The folly of sending them out. The
best way to send them out. Letter of introduc-
tion. The Mr. V.'s. The way to get on. .
Petty's Hotel. The turquoise ring. The colonial
church. Want of a constitution. Absolute
power of colonial Bishops. Perversions to
Romanism. Bishops of New Zealand and New-
castle. The petition presented on behalf of the
clergy to the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Glad-
stone's Church Bill. Suburbs of Sydney. Burial