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  2. [?] IN MEMORIAM.

    BUTCHER'D to help a low intrigue! —That some Greek schemer may displace From office some one else as base, Officials with grim bandits league. ...

    Article : 328 words
  3. SHIPMENT OF GOODS AND BILLS OF LADING.

    ON the night of the 9th of February a fire broke out in the Blackwall Stores, Sydney, whereby a quantity of wool and flax, valued at £30,000, was destroyed. A meeting was held the following ...

    Article : 1,389 words
  4. THE FENIAN PRETENCE OF CONQUERING CANADA.

    WE suppose it is no exaggeration to say that the Fenians have raised and expended about two millions of dollars, under pretence of conquering Canada, and expelling the English from Ireland—an enterprise ...

    Article : 786 words
  5. LIABILITY OF SHIPOWNERS FOR HILLS OF LADING GIVEN FOR WOOL PRIOR TO SHIPMENT.

    SIR,—We hand you the following extract from a letter addressed to us by one of the principal London shipping houses, in reference to the late fire at Flood's Stores. If you think it likely to interest your readers, we shall be ...

    Article : 93 words
  6. EXTRACT.

    "In reference to the questions raised through the recent fire at Sydney, we have to state that we submitted the case, together with your Mr. Joseph's letter, and a copy of the Shipping Gazette to our solicitors, one of the first firms in ...

    Article : 265 words
  7. WEST MAITLAND, DUNMORE, AND PITNACREE BRIDGES.

    SIR,—Your correspondent "Civis" falls into a serious error in his letter published in the Herald of July 6. He says:—"Tolls were certainly collected at the bridges at West Maitland, Dunmore, and Pitnacree, until a few ...

    Article : 367 words
  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 6th of this month I was very much interested with a report from Captain Banks, in reference to his trip to the Elizabeth Reef, in the Government steamer Thetis, for the purpose of resening the crew ...

    Article : 278 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    SIR,—As a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, I wish, with your kind permission, to correct a misstatement which appears in your journal of Saturday last. During the discussion on the Sustentation Fund question ...

    Article : 223 words
  10. PUBLIC NUISANCES.

    SIR,—You will pardon my drawing the attention of the authorities through the medium of your columns, to a very offensive nuisance that exists in this city. On the east side of Castlereagh-street, aboput half way between King ...

    Article : 165 words
  11. MODIFICATION OF THE PROPOSED INQUIRY INTO MONASTIC INSTITUTIONS.

    THE propriety of an inquiry into the position of religious houses in England was last night decisively reaffirmed by the House of Commons; but the scope of the inquiry has been modified so as to remove not ...

    Article : 789 words
  12. REVIEW.

    Longmans. A NEW novel by Mr. Disracli has been a literary sensation more than once. Are there any veterans, we wonder, who distinctly recollect that caused by ...

    Article : 2,563 words
  13. PREACHING OF READING?

    SIR,—I have no wish to discuss Mr. Corlette's plans concerning the diaconate,—let them rest in peace,—but, in their atlvocacy, he is reported to have made some remarks containing admissions which he had a perfect right to ...

    Article : 1,128 words
  14. THE MAGAZINES FOR MAY.

    Tinsley's is brimful this month, and that, too, of good reading. We have the first four chapters of a new tale by Mr. W. Black. It is too early yet to form any accurate judgment of its merits as a ...

    Article : 2,123 words
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