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  • Crime and its Punishment, REFORMATORY AND RETRIBUTIVE.

    The existence of evil is the unexplained problem of the world, and the punishment of crime, the practical consequence of the other enigma, seems, to the wisdom of the day, as if it would ... [Article] (1515 words)
  • Goodwood Races, 1850. TUESDAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (374 words)
  • WEDNESDAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (363 words)
  • THURSDAY.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (340 words)
  • From Our August English Files.

    Parliament was prorogued by Her Majesty in person, on the 15th instant. The requiom of the session our facetious friend flinch thus jocosely sings in the song of ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (2990 words)
  • A Sketch of Hermingdon's Proceedings in the Murder Case on the Colo River, Hawkesbury, 19th Oct., 1850.

    MR. BURGESS' COTTAGE. A. The place where the murder was committed. B. The window of Mr. Burgers' bed-room. C. The pathway to Mr. Jenkins'. D. The shed left unfinished by Hermingdon. E. Vegetable gardon. F. Scrub and high mountain, over which Hermingdon travelled after the murder. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (61 words)
  • Winning a Wager. (Concluded from our last)

    Next day beheld Doubleitt at the cottage in gaise better fitted for a wooer than the costume in which he had essayed that character the previous evening. He had hit the very moment. ... [Article] (2722 words)

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