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  3. MORETON BAY.

    BRISBANE, JANUARY 4TH.—We are rather disappointed with the performances of the Boomerang. Surely a trip once a fortnight was not too much to expect of a steamer whose powers were so much vaunted; and yet ...

    Article : 2,488 words
  4. THE BALTIC FLEET.

    OCTOBER 3.—The return of the French division of the fleet, together with General Baraguay d'Hilliers and the land forces, to Cherbourg, the departure for England of General Jones, commandant of the ...

    Article : 1,684 words
  5. ST. HELENA.

    The Herald of October 12, says—on Sunday last an English brigantine, called the Newport, of Jersey, was brought in, Lieutenant de Robeck, R.N., in charge. She is detained by H.M. sloop Philomel, on a charge ...

    Article : 1,598 words
  6. (To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.)

    SIR,—The incompetency of the old City Council, the short-sighted stinginess and jealousy of the Legislative Council and the Sydney rate-payers, and the hopeless waste of precious time by the Executive Government, ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE

    There were no sales by auction of any note, and private transactions must necessarily await the arrival of the Madras, now hourly expected. Until her arrival produce sales must stand in ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ITEMS.

    EXECUTION OF BELL FOR THE MURDER OF AUGUSTA ULBRECHT.—On December 27th condemned man underwent the extreme penalty of the law. The Rev. Charles Marryat, acting Colonial Chaplain (who, ...

    Article : 464 words
  9. FRANCE.

    "The siege batteries before Sebastopol were in great part completed on the 3rd, and the bombardment was to commence on the 4th. The sources which supply water to the town were in possession of the allies. It ...

    Article : 2,709 words
  10. NEW SOUTH WALES YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

    SIR,—In Friday's Herald, there was a paragraph (not appearing to be "by authoriy") announcing that we were to appear on parade in full uniform on that day in Cleveland Paddocks. Very few of the corps ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—The influence which fanaticism exerts over ignorant minds and weak intellects is something very surprising. 6 There are numbers of men who, taking up certain views under this influence, do not hesitate to ...

    Article : 662 words
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