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  2. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 1863.

    The Church Assembly, by its vote of Wednesday, last, has taken a step of vital importance to the future interests of the Church of England in this colony. ...

    Article : 7,147 words
  3. PUBLIC BREAKFAST TO BISHOP PERRY.

    There was a gathering of about 200 members of the Church of England, including a large number of ladies, at a public breakfast, at the Criterion Hotel, yesterday morning, in honour ...

    Article : 4,999 words
  4. TASMANIA.

    FATAL ACCIDENT.—A fatal and most melanclioly accident occurred at Carrick on Monday evening last, by which Mrs. M'Carthy was shot by the discharge of a gun which her ...

    Article : 1,597 words
  5. TELEGEAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    The cargo of the Wee Tottie was sold yesterday, at the following prices:—5ft. box palings, 15s. to 15s. 6d. per 100; 6ft. do., 23s. 3d.; full-cut timber, 15s. 2d.; battens, 10s. ...

    Article : 270 words
  6. NEW INSOLVENT.

    Malcolm M'Inns, of Chilwell, storekeeper; Liabilities—secured, £156; unsecured, £133. assets—mortgaged, £250; not mortgaged, £32. ...

    Article : 467 words
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