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  2. LATER ENGLISH NEWS.

    To Captain Leask, of the Granite City, which sailed from the Downs on the 4th of June, we are indebted for papers to the 1st of that month. ...

    Article : 178 words
  3. Sydney News.

    The memorial lately presented to the Governor General from the citizens of Sydney, praying for a mitigation of the sentence passed on Dr. Lang, having been referred by ...

    Article : 1,669 words
  4. THE ALLIES IN POSSESSION OF THE OUTWORKS OF SEBASTOPOL.

    In addition to the news brought by the Granite City, we have it on undoubted authority, "that on the 11th June, the Allies were in possession of all the Southern out- ...

    Article : 70 words
  5. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    By CHARLES JACOMB and SON, on 11th May. Ex Oliver Lang: IL, 8 at 20d; Namoi, 8 at 22½d, 7 at 21½d, 8 at 21d, 14 at 20½d, 13 ...

    Article : 2,434 words
  6. CONQUEST OF KERTCH.

    The occupation of Kertch is found, after all, to be [?] very formidable undertaking. The facility with which its capture has been effected proves how easily it might have been ...

    Article : 72 words
  7. FURTHER DESTRUCTION OF RUSSIAN VESSELS OF WAR AND MERCHANT VESSELS.

    The Secretary of the Admiralty presents his compliments to the Editor of the Morning Herald, and begs to inform him that a telegraphic despatch has just been received at ...

    Article : 117 words
  8. Council Paper

    Whereas it is expedient to increase the fees payable for publicans' general licenses, packet licenses, and confectioners' licenses, under the Act of Council 13th Vict., No. 29, ...

    Article : 601 words
  9. CAPTURE OF FIVE RUSSIAN CORN VESSELS.

    Lord Panmure presents his compliments to the Editor of the Morning Herald and begs to inform him that intelligence hus been received from Lord Raglan, dated 29th ...

    Article : 345 words
  10. Colonial News.

    We have Tasmanian papers, and news via Sydney, to the 25th August. A collision had occurred between the Governor and Legislative Council, on the ...

    Article : 1,667 words
  11. Legislative Council.

    The SPEAKER took the chair. PETITIONS. Mr. HOOD presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Ipswich, praying that the ...

    Article : 877 words
  12. THE BALTIC—RUSSIAN PREPARATIONS.

    A letter from St. Petersburg of the 20th is given in this evening's Patrie, which tells us that- "The report has been very current this ...

    Article : 188 words
  13. Local News.

    These races commenced on Wednesday, August 30th. The weather was very fine, though the sky was occasionally clouded during the day. The course presented a very ...

    Article : 1,716 words
  14. THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

    THURSDAY, MAY 10.—About one o'clock this morning the camp in front was roused up by an extremely heavy fire of musketry and repeated cheering along our right attack. ...

    Article : 1,114 words
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