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  2. STATISTICAL REGISTER.

    Part II.of the Statistical Register relates to Religion Education, and Crime. The Ecclesiastical returns show that in 1879 there were 219 clergymen of the Church of England registered under ...

    Article : 4,321 words
  3. REVIEW.

    The memoir of Prince Metternich, which is now— twenty years after the death of the great Chancellor and Foreign Minister of the Austrian Empire—published to the world for the first time, chiefly relates to ...

    Article : 2,247 words
  4. THE INDUSTRIES OF THE COLONY. (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) XVIII. TAMWORTH TO ARMIDALE.

    Cobb and Co., the ubiquitous firm: of the colony, present themselves at about 5 o'clock in the evening, in the main street of Tamworth, for the purpose of conveying travellers northwards; and mounted upon the ...

    Article : 1,669 words
  5. ARMIDALE.

    Armidale has a dull, dead, scattered appearance in the early dawn when the coach approaches the city and runs through its outskirts, but the sunlight and the touch of life which the opening of shops ...

    Article : 1,685 words
  6. NEW ZEALAND.

    We have files from Auckland to the 7th September. The Wellington correspondent of the N. Z. Herald states that an attempt is being made by the Chronicle to excuse the discourtesy shown by the Mayor and City ...

    Article : 787 words
  7. THE ENGLISH CENSUS IN 1881.

    Sir,—It seems (if we may judge by remarks in Sydney newspapers) that in one particular tnere is much misunderstanding as to the general census, to be taken in England and Wales next April. There, as in New South Wales, the ...

    Article : 1,302 words
  8. NARROW ESCAPE FROM SHIPWRECK.

    A passenger writing to a friend in Christchurch, New Zealand, gives the following account of the narrow escape of the ship Waimete, off Cape Horn:—"London, July 1880.—We made a splendid passage to the Horn, 18 days. ...

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