GENTLEMEN—As the humble individual whom you are pleased to dignify with the title of "Correspondent" in your last week's publication, and as a member of the Acting Committee ...Article : 631 words
His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, for general information, that a writ has been returned to his Excellency certifying the return of Robert Lowe, Esq., to serve as a ...Article : 779 words
COMMERCIAL REVIEW.—The transactions of the week indicate but little symptom of recovery from the lethargy into which trade has been so long plunged. The unusual deficiency in the ...Article : 1,585 words
THE BLACKS.—Almost from every quarter of the district we hear complaints of the aggressions of the blacks, but, except in one instance, unaccompanied by violence to the person. The ...Article : 2,391 words
TACTICS OF PARISIAN THIEVES.—We read in the Gazette des Tribunaux:—"An old gentleman, named Flanquet, was strolling along the Boulevards when he felt a pull at his waistcoat ...Article : 383 words
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