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  2. NEW ZEALAND.

    THE following letter, which has been published in the Sydney newspapers, gives a full account of the recent occurrences at the Bay of Islands. The Sydney Herald guarantees its correctness: ...

    Article : 2,772 words
  3. THE PORT PHILLIP ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION.

    THURSDAY last having been fixed upon for opening the newly formed proprietary seminary, entitled the "Port Phillip Aeademical Insitution," it was arranged by the Board of Managers ...

    Article : 1,587 words
  4. PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE—HOUSE OF LORDS.

    LORD BROUGHAM rose last night for the purpose of correcting a misrepresentation, or rather, a misunderstanding, relative to himself, and indeed he was always being misunderstood, for ...

    Article : 847 words
  5. IRELAND.

    Well, as we calculated all along, the term has run over without bringing Mr O'Connell to judgemtn. The Judges in the Queen's Bench, it is said, differed in opinion respecting the motian for a new trial, two being for, and two ...

    Article : 908 words
  6. FRANCE.

    A Paris correspondent of the Allas affirms that, in spite of the rumours to the coutrary, the King has yielded to the remoustrances of his Cabinet, and will notfulfil his intention of visiting England ...

    Article : 163 words
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