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    THE FANCY BALL.—We have been favoured with a poem in four cantos, desenptne of the fincy ball given by the late Mayor, which, as it possesses considerable merti, we intend to ...

    Article : 766 words
  3. THE CITY OF NAUVOO.

    A CORRESPONDENT of the Springfield (Massachusetts) Republican writes this description of the city of the Mormons:—"I arrived here about sunset, and put up at the 'Mansion-house,' ...

    Article : 1,177 words
  4. MEMORIAL OF THE CHAPTER OF EXETER TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

    The following is a copy of a memorial which the Chapter of Exeter have thought it their duty to address to the Archbishop of Canterbury, on a subject which, at the present ...

    Article : 4,193 words
  5. YOUNG FRANCE.

    WE recognised him in a moment—he was Young France! Yes, albeit he sat in a dirty es'aminet with one half glass of beer before him, in close neighbourhood to a couple of ...

    Article : 537 words
  6. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    GENTLEMEN,—I see by your paper to-day that the Daedalus of 20 guns is at New Zealand. By this time I presume the Collingwood man-ofwar may not be far off. No doubt she will ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE STATE OF THE STATES.

    THE election of Mr. Polk to the Presidential chair of the United States, like every thing else that an American does, will of course produce great results, though we may happen not to ...

    Article : 1,647 words
  8. FRANCE.

    The Journal des Debats, in alluding to the remarks of its contemporaries on the Tahiti question, says—"In the dearth which at present prevails in the domain of polemics, several ...

    Article : 963 words
  9. INFLUENCE OF RAILWAYS ON SEAPORT-TOWNS

    The extension of lines of railway is exciting considerable interest in the mercantile circles, by their bearings on a point which has hitherto attracted comparatively little public attention. ...

    Article : 412 words
  10. THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH NAVIES.

    We have already shown that the naval forces of Fiance are in 1844 very much fallen off from what they were fifty years ago. Louis XVI, it is true, did not go to Windsor; he would ...

    Article : 792 words
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