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  2. THE TREATY AND THE WAR SPRIT OF ENGLAND AND TURKEY.

    THE Russian Government, the Chancellor of the Excheqner told the House of Commons yesterday, have communicated to her Majesty's Ministers the full terms of the Treaty of San Stefano. Mr. Courtney, ...

    Article : 1,819 words
  3. NEW GUINEA COLONIZATION.

    THE documents appearing below, connected with the landing of the Colonist gold-finding expedition to New Guinea were placed at the disposal of the Brisbane Courier for publication:— ...

    Article : 887 words
  4. EAST MAITLAND ELECTION.

    HE nomination took place at East Maitland on Tuesday. The candidates put in nomination were Mr. J. A. Gorrick, Mr. C. G. Heydon, and Mr. H. S. Badgery. Mr. Gorrick, after some remarks upon the opinions of the ...

    Article : 3,675 words
  5. THE INNOCENCE OF DIPLOMACY.

    THE history of the peace negotiations between Russia and Turkey has already probably done a good deal to shake the extraordinary theory of diplomacy which seemed to find so much favour a little while ...

    Article : 2,032 words
  6. TONGA.

    THE Sapphire (says) the Fiji Times of MaY 8) reached Tongatabu on the [?] of the 8th April. The King had left a few hours previously for Hapaii, but a vessel was at once sent off by the Premier to announce the arrival of ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  7. RUSSIA AND ROUMANIA.

    RUSSIA IS rapidly falling out with the [?] nationalities of the Ottoman Empire. She has quarrelled with Roumania about Bessarabia; she has added the Greeks to the number of her active enemies ...

    Article : 1,267 words
  8. " To W. B. Ingham, Esq.

    "We, the undersigned, members of the New Guinea Exploring Expedition, in committee, wish to tender the sincere thanks of the whole party for the kindness displayed to all, individually and collectively, and for the ...

    Article : 205 words
  9. "RULES OF THE NEW GUINEA PROSPECTING EXPEDITION.

    "1. That this expedition, formed for the purpose of gold exploring, occupy New Guinea under British laws and rules. "2. That any member of the expedition using violence ...

    Article : 1,097 words
  10. VOLUNTEER FORCE AMENDED REGULATION.

    HIS Excellence the Governor having been pleased, with the advice of the Executive Council, to make the following amended regulation for the Volunteer Force, in substitution for No. 123 of regulations published in the ...

    Article : 207 words
  11. THE INVERELL CONGREGATION.

    SIR,—In consequence of absence from home, I did not have an opportunity of seeing the Herald of 23rd May till this morning. In it there is a letter from the Rev. Archibald Cameron, in which he has a reference to me. I ...

    Article : 304 words
  12. ADMIRAL KING'S NOCTURNAL DIAL.

    SIR,—Referring to Mr. John Tobbutt's letter of the 24th ultimo, and in order to remove a misapprehension that I had copied Admiral King's Nocturnal Dial, I beg leave to state that 1 had neither heard of nor seen any such ...

    Article : 207 words
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