spot of ground after a journey of twenty-five miles. Nothing could be more pleasing than this day's drive. Tuesday 23, —At day-break this morning we found a cow grazing quietly with our horses. On examination ...Article : 3,063 words
THE following is the Circular from Messrs. Jardine, Matheson, and Co., of Canton, to which we made reference in our last week's paper; but which, from the late hour at which ...Article : 599 words
Encounter BAY.—We regret extremely to learn that the fishery a Encounter Bay has been broken up for the season by en untoward circumstance, at the very foment it was in full ...Article : 1,016 words
THE following extract from a work entitled "British Colonization of New-Zealand," and which is published in the prospectus of the New Zealand Company which we inserted in our columns last week will be ...Article : 1,378 words
The disregard of formal offers upon the part of her Majesty's officer to adjust all differences, by the fulfilment of the imperial will, the unjustifiable imprisonment of the whole foreign community in Canton, the still ...Article : 1,048 words
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