LORD Dalhousie leaves India this evening. The time has therefore arrived for reviewing an administration which in spite of some defects has been one of the longest and the most brilliant in our Indian annals. ...Article : 4,567 words
DAYS more eventful than those that have elapsed since my last despatch have assuredly never been known in the Crimea since first the allied armies enlivened it with their presence. We have been daily ...Article : 1,263 words
THE IMMIGRATION REMITTANCE CASE.—It will be remembered that some little time ago the complaint made by Messrs. Solomon, Vindin, and Co., of Maitlend, to the Maitland bench, that £32 10s. ...Article : 1,112 words
SIR,—I enclose you a copy of an account of the late eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which I have received from a dear relative who, with a friend, alone witnessed it in its early stage. They carried the news to ...Article : 1,524 words
A BANK AT ARMIDALE.—We are surprised that none of the Sydney Banking companies have thought of establishing a branch at Armidale. There is little or no fear of such an undertaking proving unprofitable to ...Article : 481 words
TARALGA.—May 28th. From Rockwell: Bay horse, black points, W near shoulder, 8 years old. Roan mare, like PC near shoulder, F under saddle off side, like 5B (the B reversed) under saddle. Bay filly, like G or C near shoulder, like M over C on ribs near ...Article : 859 words
Lord Panmure has received a despatch, of which the following is a copy, addressed to his Lordship by General Sir William Codrington, K.C.B.:- Sebastopol, February 20. ...Article : 349 words
As stated in the letter of our correspondent, which appeared in the Herald of the 3rd instant, these races commenced on Tuesday, the 27th ultimo, and were continued for three ...Article : 333 words
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