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  2. CHINA.

    WE continue our extracts from the papers last received. It, is stated in the Mail of 27th October, that Sen-heaon-fung had, on 2nd September, led a body of ...

    Article : 1,583 words
  3. AMERICAN ITEMS.

    During the Irish Rebellion, J. C. Beresford, Esq., a banker, and member for Dublin, rendered himself so very obnoxious to the rebels, in consequence of his vigilance in bringing them to punishment, that ...

    Article : 2,117 words
  4. RUSSIA MUST PAY.

    WHEN a poor man commits a crime, the chances are a hundred to one against his escaping the punishment which law awards against every infraction of its inflexible ordinances. When the criminal is rich, his ...

    Article : 3,551 words
  5. THE PRICE OF BECOMING A KNIGHT OF THE BATH.

    IT has been discovered that when a Knight Grand Cross of the Bath is admitted, he pays £164 13s. 4d. in feet to the officers of the Order—to the Dean, for his benediction; to the gentleman usher, for hit ...

    Article : 1,686 words
  6. IMPOUNDINGS.

    CAMDEN.—January [?] From Kirkham; damages 3s. each:— Black horse, [?] off shoulder, about 6 years old, 15 hands high. Light bay horse, [?]B off shoulder, RB near shoulder, white mark on belly near side, hind and off fore feet white, about 4 years old, ...

    Article : 1,794 words
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