POLICE COURT.—A case was heard yesterday before — Hardy, Esq., S.M., and two other Justices of the Peace, which has caused some excitement here, and might have led to rather ...Article : 2,687 words
Prince Gortschakoff continues to affirm that his Imperial master entertains the most peaceful intentions, but still all the news received from Russia bears a warlike character. Telegraphic ...Article : 1,878 words
That the death of the Emperor Nicholas at such a moment and under such circumstances is an event of immense importance, it is almost superfluous to observe. The first question asked ...Article : 989 words
From the papers received by the Blue Jacket, we extract the subjoined details of European intelligence. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. ...Article : 957 words
The following is a copy of the letter addressed by Lord Lucan to Lord Raglan complaining of the expression used in Lord Raglan's despatch describing the charge at Balaclava:— ...Article : 817 words
1. Geelong and Melbourne Railway Act Amendment Bill—To be further considered in committee. 2. Gold-Fields Law Amendment Bill—Adoption ...Article : 44 words
The Council met at twelve o'clock. Present—Alderman Hodgson, in the chair (his Worship the Mayor being absent in Van Die men's Land); Aldermen Cosgrave, Clowes, ...Article : 1,601 words
DISTRICT COURT.—The watchhouse list of this court yesterday, contained six charges,— all for drunkenness. Five men were fined 20s. each for the offence; and one woman was sent to gaol, ...Article : 1,319 words
In the House of Commons, on the 26th February, Lord Palmerston, in rising to move a now writ for the burgh of Montrose for the election of a member in the room of the late Mr. ...Article : 1,411 words
For a Day of Solemn Fast, Humiliation, and Prayer. VICTORIA R. We, taking into our most serious consideration ...Article : 319 words
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