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  2. (From the Times.)

    The Palmerston print of last night publishes the following in a second edition:- "Whitehall, Nov.9, 1839. "Sir,—The Queen has been pleased to command ...

    Article : 1,671 words
  3. EXECUTIVE

    My Lord,—With reference to your Lordship's Despatch of the 20th March 1837, No. 282, Which grants to the Officers of the East India Company's Maritime Service, the same advantages in the ...

    Article : 450 words
  4. THE BISHOP OF EXETER AND SIR RICHARD BOURKE.

    When the Bishop of Exeter, in the discharge of his peremptory duty as a Christian minister, and an attached member of the Church, called the attention of his clergy and of his fellow subjects to the ...

    Article : 948 words
  5. CONVICT COLONIZATION.

    The second and third paragraphs of the following letter consist of matter wholly foreign to the write's main subject. If such a liberty was allowable, we should gladly have omitted them. Unwilling to ...

    Article : 1,799 words
  6. CHINA NEWS.

    MACAO, February 22,1840.—Accounts from Canton state that the local authorities there have received Imperial orders to the effect that they may, without ...

    Article : 1,230 words
  7. PROCLAMATION.

    Lin Viceroy of Quang tung and Quang see &c. &c. &c. and E, Fooyuen of Quangtung &c. &c. &c. Hereby conjointly proclaim unto all ...

    Article : 367 words
  8. INDIAN EXTRACTS.

    Fort William, 27th Jan.—In continuation of General Orders, of the 18th September 1837, the following letter (37) from the Honorable the Court of Directors, in the Public Department, dated the ...

    Article : 485 words
  9. THE CANADIAN PRISONERS BY THE BUFFALO.

    By the favour of a friend we have been permitted to peruse the only copy in the Colony of the "Late State Trials, before the General Court Martial, held in ...

    Article : 3,584 words
  10. TRICKS OF THE COLONIAL OFFICE

    Last week we had occasion to say—"Our readers must perceive that the function of this journal, as [?] eye upon the Colonial Office,'is by no means a [?]. The remark was suggested by two or ...

    Article : 814 words
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