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The article is on pp139-40 of issue No 171, Saturday, April 11, 1857. The complete 16pp issue is present, disbound from a larger volume. In very good clean condition. ***A 'brief summary of what the inhabitants of the Britain of the South, as they fondly call Tasmania, have thought proper to print concerning their own position and prospects'. Perhaps not surprisingly, it is a positive view (albeit on the eve of a long economic depression): 'the Britain looked down on by the Southern Cross is thus seen to afford matter for reflection and instuction to the Britain over which the Great Bear casts his eye.'