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  2. COWARDS AT PITTSBURG.

    A correspondent of the Cincinatti Gazette giving an account of the first day's battle at Pittsburg, has the following : On the bluffs above the river is a sight that ...

    Article : 1,235 words
  3. AN AERIAL RECONNOISSANCE.

    Writing from the Federal army in Virginia, towards the close of April last, the correspondent of a New York paper says:— There has been no change in our position ...

    Article : 1,050 words
  4. A TOUCHING SNUFF STORY.

    MR. Howard Paul, in an account of his late trip to the United States, relates an anecdote of the ingenious skill of the American sharpers. He says ...

    Article : 950 words
  5. CAPTURE OF BUSHRANGERS.

    On Wednesday afternoon last, a messenger arrived in Kilmore from Yass, bringing information from senior constable Buck, and W. L. Kerr, Esq., J.P., to Mr. Chambers, Superintendent ...

    Article : 1,100 words
  6. THE EXECUTION OF MOGUL BEG, THE DELHI MURDERER.

    Our Indian intelligence last week informed us of the execution of this miscreant. " An Eyewitness to the Execution " sends to the Times a sketch of his career, and some details ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  7. THE LATE GOLD EMBEZZLEMENT AT THE CASTLEMAINE SUB-TREASURY.

    On Friday last Thomas Beagley Naylor, the late receiver and paymaster at Castlemaine, who the day previously had pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling ...

    Article : 1,361 words
  8. MELANCHOLY FATE OF THE BOLEY MINSTRELS.

    Most of the habitues of the concert hall os Melbourne will remember "Boley's Minstrels," who about twelve months since left Australia on a professional visit to Mauritins. After playing a far ...

    Article : 256 words
  9. ANECDOTE OF GEORGE III.

    Mr. Thackeray in his lectures on "The Four Georges," has not failed to record that, in the early part of the reign of George the III., the King and Queen ...

    Article : 203 words
  10. THE FRENCH FRIGATE COURONNE.

    Private letters received from Cherbourg, from an English gentleman well qualified to give, an opinion upon such matters, state that the plated ...

    Article : 112 words
  11. ABSENCE OF MIND.

    A well-known gentleman of Magdalen College, Cambridge, had taken his watch from his pocket to watch the time he intended to boil an egg for his breakfast ...

    Article : 66 words
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