VALUE OF LANDED PROPERTY.—The estate of Charles M'Lachlan, Esq., situate at the Barrabool Hills, about nine to eleven miles from Geelong, was leased for seven years by auction, by A.C. Macdonald, Tuesday, the ...Article : 1,249 words
SINCE the schoolmaster was abroad—we know not how it is—we have missed another character that England used to be proud of, and that did her no small service in his day. The ...Article : 1,807 words
MARCH 25TH.—Now that the excitement attendant on the discovery ef our gold fields has, in a great measure, subsided and that we see, upon a calm review of the general interests of the colony, that these interests are nearly allied, whether they are in ...Article : 2,503 words
THE checkered news which the English papers have brought to Paris has been received with very different feelings by the French people. Nothing can exceed their delight at the eloquent ...Article : 1,388 words
SIR,—We have attentively considered the subject about which you have done us the honour to consult us, and we now venture to submit to you the result of our deliberations. ...Article : 7,107 words
WE are accustomed to speak of the vast extent of the Russian Empire, but perhaps without a sufficient understanding of its huge immensity, as compared with the States of Europe ...Article : 1,003 words
ON Wednesday, a public meeting of the members and friends of the Temperance League was held, in the Odd Fellows' Hall, Queen-street. The object of the meeting, as stated in the advertisement calling the ...Article : 786 words
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