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    Half-an-hour hence all that happened in the last chapter appeared very like a dream to me. When I entered the inn, and glanced towards the great room teeing me at the extremity of the passage, I ...

    Article : 2,197 words
  3. Country and Mining News.

    PUBLIC MEETING.—A very large and influential public meeting took place on Tuesday night last, at the Court-house convened by the Mayor on receiving a requisition from several of the inhabitants, for the purpose of adopting a petition ...

    Article : 611 words
  4. Literary Notices.

    THERE is a capital article in FRASEK'S MAGAZINE for October on the question, "Is Monarchy an Anachronism ?" in which the writer, after showing that the United States, which consisted at first of ...

    Article : 1,466 words

    Since my last communication I am happy to say we have had some very fine rain; the country around, as my to expected, looks fresh and green. During the week we have had sports in all parts. On the ...

    Article : 193 words

    Christmas has come and gone with its jovous recollections, its good cheer, and its festal gatherings. To any one who has been familiar with Christmas weather in England, the change of climate on the morning of that day must have been ...

    Article : 666 words
  7. Promotions in the Volunteer

    THE correspondence, recently laid before Parliament, on the motion of Mr. Parkes, having reference to the late appointments to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel of Majors Goodlet. Raymond. and Wilson of the ...

    Article : 2,313 words
  8. The Marquis of Lorne's Poem

    In an elegant little square book, the print fine and the paper thick and wry glossy, the Marquis of Lorne has presented the world with a metrical romance of some two thousand lines. It is a story ...

    Article : 2,279 words
  9. MUDGEE.

    AMUSEMENTS—The festive week did not pass off without, the usual run of amusements. Races took place at U'Donald's Creek, Woolar, Meuah, and Log Paddock, and were in each case well attended. The cricket match at the ...

    Article : 518 words



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