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  2. THE " NUT-BROWN" ADVOCATE.

    CONVICT DISCIPLINE.—It is proper we should state for the information of the British Public and the British Ministry, so strictly observed is Convict Discipline in this Colony, that the ...

    Article : 3,661 words
  3. CANTON.

    We left Singapore the 20th September, in company with the Submany and Duke of Lancaster, and two other ships, the David Clark, and Mermand. All the ships had a long passage up the China Seas, and very ...

    Article : 662 words
  4. BRITISH POLICE.

    QUEEN-SQUARE.—Tom Proctor, a drover, well-known about Chelsea, was charged with assaulting Bill Green, a watercress merchant. ...

    Article : 293 words
  5. CALCUTTA.

    HIS MAJESTY'S REGIMENTS.—Lieut. C. J. Maclean of the 31st Foot has been promoted to the rank of Captain by Brevet, in the East ladies only, from the 13th June, 1828. Leave of absence for two ...

    Article : 1,743 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 45 words
  7. Van Dlemen's Land.

    The whaling ship James Stewart which put iuto our harbour last week for refreshment, in company with the two United States vessels, Navy and South Roston, ...

    Article : 993 words
  8. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    FALMOUTH, AUGUST 4.—The Earl of Roden steamer, Captain Wilson, from Santander, which place she left 31st ult, arrived here early this morning. This ...

    Article : 4,251 words
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