We received last night a Melbourne Argus of the 26th ultimo, containing English news to the 25th October, six days later than that brought by the ...Article : 1,426 words
By the present mail we have communications nearly a fortnight later regarding the Australian gold fields. The last were to the 25th June, and these are to the 7th July. The ...Article : 288 words
Whereas, the Legislative Council of New South Wales now stands prorogued to Tuesday, the third day of February next, and it is expedient further to prorogue the same: Now, ...Article : 1,010 words
The Royal Stuart, which arrived las[?] night, brings English news to the 29th October. The wool sales were progressing favorably at an advance of ...Article : 565 words
The Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations is now no more. The world's wonder has ceased to exist, and the Crystal Palace has passed like a beautiful dream away. The good ...Article : 1,068 words
By the Royal Stuart, (which fine ship has made the passage from Plymonth in nine-five days,) we have London papers to the 29th October. ...Article : 663 words
One hundred and fifty years after the formation of our principal plantations in North America, the sense of a common wrong and a common danger drove thirteen loyal English ...Article : 1,427 words
The following is a return made under the Act of Parliament 9 G. IV., c. 83, and Act of Legislative Council of New South Wales, 11 Vic., No. 24, of all moneys received, paid, and ...Article : 809 words
After two or three false rumours the Madrid was signalled at Southampton about two o'clock on Thursday, and a crowd of people of all classes rushed down to the pier and the docks to greet ...Article : 928 words
There is no longer any room to doubt that gold in considerable, if not large quantities, has been discovered on the surface of the ground in the district of Bathurst in Australia. The ...Article : 621 words
After a sojourn of about the usual period at Balmoral, A berdeenshire, her Majesty, Prince Albert, and those of their children who had visited the north with them, set out on their ...Article : 897 words
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