The Bar and the public this morning were somewhat startled by a recurrence to the case of [?] THE QUEEN V. JOHN EDWARD EYRE, ESQ. (LATE [?] GOVERNOR OF JAMAICA.) ...Article : 3,668 words
THE President took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock. After prayer the minutes of the previous meeting were read and signed. QUESTIONS. ...Article : 8,193 words
FROM Melbourne we have papers to the 10th instant. The Legislative Assembly met on Friday at the usual hour, aft[?]r the recess rendered necessary by the formation of a new Ministry. The interest taken in the proceedings ...Article : 1,120 words
THE usual fortnightly meeting of the council of this society was held, on Tuesday last, at Mr. Josephson's Chambers, Dr. Bennett in the chair. A letter was read from the Hon. J. B. Wilson, stating that, in pursuance of ...Article : 2,759 words
THE adjourned sixth half-yearly meeting of the Parramatta River Steam Company took place to-day—Mr. W. Tunks, M.L.A., in the chair. The report and balancesheet were laid on the table. It was proposed by Mr. ...Article : 444 words
THE twelfth general meeting of the shareholders was held at the offices of the company, Collins-street, Melbourne, on Friday last—the Hon. James Graham, M.L.C., presiding. The Secretary (Mr. Montefiore) read the report and ...Article : 605 words
We are in receipt of news to the 4th instant. To show the necessity of something being done, either by public subscription or the Government, towards providing a safe and easy mode of viewing the deep caves on the ...Article : 941 words
THE PRINCE'S TREE.—It will be satisfactory to all persons who take an interest in the matter, to hear that the recent attempt to destroy the tree planted by H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh in Parramatta Park has signally failed ...Article : 724 words
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