IT is a rule carefully observed by adopts in the lower science of press craft never to name the adversary to whose arguments it may be necessary or convenient to offer some resistance. ...Article : 1,502 words
[We have received the following communication from a settler of influence and high respectability, one whom we cannot believe would willingly exaggerate the disasters and distresses ...Article : 1,847 words
LORD MONTEAGLE has addressed the following letter to the editor of the Limerick Chronicle:— "December 26, 1844. "Sir,—I enclose you a memorandum in ...Article : 1,684 words
WE have a file of the Buenos Ayres British Packet to the 12th October. The following account of what the Packet describes as a scandalous outrage perpetrited by ...Article : 1,302 words
THE following letter from the Right Honorable John Wilson Croker was read at the last weekly meeting of this association at the Rotunda:— "West Moulsey, Surrey, ...Article : 4,795 words
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