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  2. THE RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY.

    THE MARTIN Ministry has "succumbed to adverse circumstances," and will now pass into history. It would do no good to repeat all the sharp things which might be said ...

    Article : 711 words
  3. THE NEW ZEALAND WAR.

    THE Wanganui Campaign, which is commonly known in the North by the sobriquet of "the Road-making War," has not yet been commenced, nor does it seem very clear exactly ...

    Article : 3,838 words
  4. THE UPPER HOUSE—ITS INDEPENDENCE NECESSARY.

    THE principle asserted by Sir JOHN YOUNG is of immense importance to the country. It is scarcely necessary to repeat the arguments which are no longer abstract in favour of a ...

    Article : 1,264 words
  5. THE SHENANDOAH—NEUTRALITY.

    OUR neighbours in Victoria have found the presence of the Shenandoah a source of discord and division. The line of duty, notwithstanding, is clearly prescribed by the royal ...

    Article : 916 words
  6. WANGANUI.

    General Cameron arrived with his staff at Camp Alexandra about four o'clock in the afternoon of Sunday last. He was received with great enthusiasm, the men cheering lustily and throwing their caps in ...

    Article : 2,238 words
  7. RETURN OF KILLED AND WOUNDED.

    Nominal return of men of the field force under BrigadierGeneral Waddy, killed and wounded, in action, at Nukumaru, on the 24th January, 1865. 40TH REGIMENT. ...

    Article : 651 words
  8. THE SPEAKER—MR. HAY.

    THE nomination of Mr. HAY as the Speaker by Mr. PIDDINGTON was accompanied with a tribute to his character which must be the more grateful from the universal assent which it ...

    Article : 927 words
  9. COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES AT WANGANUI.

    Our little town during the past week has been unusually active; steamers const[?]tly arriving with troops, guns, and the auxiliaries of war. The soldiers have alll been marched out, with the exception of some five or six companies of the ...

    Article : 1,021 words
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