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  2. Bibl[?] Depot, Hobart Town, Nov. 11, 1858. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY.

    SIR,—It will be in the memory of many of your readers, that when at our last annual meeting an account of the losses which the Bible Society had sustained in India owing ...

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  3. SUSPECTED MURDER.

    A very remarkable case of suspected murder his formed the subject of a Coroner's inquiry at Ac[?]n. The circumstances of the case will be gathered ...

    Article : 856 words
  4. RUSSIAN PROGRESS IN NORTHERN ASIA.

    The Times publishes an interesting letter from its Berlin correspondent on this subject. It is of some importance when taken in connection with pending ...

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  5. RURAL MUNICIPALITIES.—LONGFORD.

    SIR,—Political agitation appears to be very [?]ife at Longford; now-a-days it is all about Municipalities. Before I comment upon Municipal Councils, I beg leave to call your ...

    Article : 1,072 words
  6. POLICE COURT.—SATURDAY.

    Night Charges.—Four drunkards and one disturber of the peace were fined in the usual sums with the customary alternative in cases of non payment. ...

    Article : 196 words
  7. THE STEEPLE CHASE TO-DAY. OWNERS UP.

    The cross-country match between Coun[?]ess and Randall, owners in the "pigskin," which has so long been talked of in our sporting circles, comes off to-day over the same course at New ...

    Article : 242 words
  8. CRICKET MATCH.

    The first match of the Season came off on Saturday in the Queen's Park, between two elevens of the Southern Tasmanian Club, Tasmania versus the Mother Country, and formed ...

    Article : 1,274 words
  9. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

    RAREY'S HORSE TAMING.— We have to acknowledge the receipt from Messrs J. Walch and Sons of a copy of New Work on the System of Taming Horses adopted so successfully by ...

    Article : 2,052 words
  10. BEWITCHED CORRESPONDENCE.

    [We have been favored with the loan of three or four letters addressed from the members of a Launceston family, to those of a family in Hobart Town. They are written by persons of ...

    Article : 1,180 words
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