|COLONIAL LITERARY JOURNAL AND Weekly Miscellany of Useful Information.||1|
|THE TWO CLASSES.||1 , 2|
|GENTLEMEN ARTISTS.||2 , 3|
|ON THE FORMATION OF CHARACTER.||3 , 4|
|History. ANCIENT HISTORY: SECTION VI.||4|
|A CHRISTMAS CAROL.||4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8|
|The Moralist. TEMPERANCE.||9|
|Select Poetry. A PARENTAL ODE TO MY SON, AGED THREE YEARS AND FIVE MONTHS.||9|
|THE RULING PASSION: AVARICE.||9|
|WEEKLY MISCELLANY. THE PROSPECTS AND RESOURCES OF THE COLONY.||10 , 11|
|PHRENOLOGY.||11 , 12|
|MATHEMATICS.||12 , 13|
|Original Poetry. WE CAN’T AFFORD TO DO IT!||13|
|MR. RAE’S LECTURE ON THE GENIUS AND CHARACTER OF ROBERT BURNS.||14 , 15|
|LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEEKLY ABSTRACT.||15 , 16|
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| author1=Reading, James.
| author2=Sandoe, Francis.
| title=Colonial literary journal and weekly miscellany of useful information
| section=2 volumes ; 29 cm.
| issue=Vol. 1 No. 8 (15 August 1844)
| publisher=Printed and published by James Reading and Francis Sandoe, at the General Printing Office
| access-date=7 May 2021
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