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  2. COLONIES AND COLONIZATION.

    We extract trem the Westeyan. of November 5. the following remarks on modersn colonization, which ard tobut too appheable toits early stages in general, but truthfully descri[?]tive as to New Zea -The whole public business of the colony lies suddenly been brought to a dead !ult. Governor Gawler has left Adelaide on "visit the oi'tpobts." Where the outports are, or WBkwicii to mtir* • fenapprthemimi into which we fell in ««r iur, .iM rcferenc« to tl.ic injudicious nieuare. We stated our belief Ifcat It h«J beta f?««| tj JttJ« Coopw. It is nith extreme regret that we announce that nearly all the records and documents connected with the legislative and executive departments of the Governments, have been It gives us sincere pleasure to state that the suggestions upon this important subject, •übtcitled to the public in latt Saturday's lltauier, have been acted upon with that Grnii ruhH—ln the l??t number of your journal, I perct ive ? cun.;RuuicMtion from a correspondent on the euujei-t of the l--it. licar, :m.n:i:«:ii to l!i:it I.tsr I'a;ii.Jami:m.—The :i :t'i v .-nilier, H'..i|,- Her \;:ij. siie heiiij set tin in the l'oi:!t''.-!l rrturn rommuair.itioni not inMitnl. An artitie oh the B'U&ntpt f.unw— «i-H|i in.; ~i|,n. linn o.*' tiie ?• j.i.ittis i-i..c in-' i.i tlio «.,ite ul t!:Jo m.piiili*iit, |- 1.7*. *, jj,^ nr«n"iN7 «xi H* iftmnnat, ti*i')v.:A , ri'iu-'ivi '• vi:ii'U"i. i.iv u..^ r;!..iit-"«J •??prm!".- ; !.•:': . M. Tin r. 1.,- .M.iM-l in li,- !••«: ii.lu-l wi hi-- ; toi'n'iil i,. ,-nnut nl tin- |.rn|iii.irin-i n.i.li- lo t-'-HiK-.- i hy tin- 1...1i.1nn he the prolMbiltv that Present—The Mayor ; Aldermen Stevenson, Davis, and Smillie ;' Councillors Illytli. Wilson. Lambert, Frew, Andrews, Neale, Wakehum, and Watson. Dt.ntNG the pnI! vy, I \,:\\u t\\' ii'iii'ir in ric,|iiiiut 3011, for the i:ifiri:iatiuii tif liitcvriiic won-tin1 out ivmil.-i-. i'ie i:i-ti-llici'iic? i)i;it mijrlu he rvi-.-\\i-\ li liic !i:| from England reported to In- :n:V;//r ,!.-. ,y-;)v/.vrr/r, am) Mr Synni«, i Tin: now .-i.'f ivfcrriny «o Jliv.'ry ii..\MHt.uit Mitijcrt of till' flHunt (iii'im -'«/ I'tivitiim ol'tlie f.ilniiy, ?..• il AS?y.-ir; .'• ! '.rwn !';v;.-, Smi'. Ho, Ste^'!ls••!l; t'oiuii-illor-! llroivn, ilnil-s, Itlyth, l/m.'n;-, ?•:.;•.?, :ml S^.iklpim. Tlii- li«siin'ss lioi'?iv. ?lie l"nuii'il jhis morning On .Momliiy ii.crnui^, (.;j|,i,ii.i lii-uri liiiun, ol the Kjoiil-Ii bliip fV.'c i'.u JJciikuuj:, and Captain i'ynirrs, '• of tlif ••hottihis of tli^t vessel, isppiMri'd heloit- tin- lt*-jiOfiiC A.'.-ia'i.-tr.it:, ti,Ki|;ed A m-:w c«:tiuti ol the " Uiiks i«.ml Kvi^uSatiotisS i'cr the roloiiiul scrvire, bis bt'vii pul.iishcil by cider uf f J*e .Seen t;::y of Suite for the Colc-ies. Tl;e fc.^wii'g hcisritig loud **trset trent ihe %resk#a*. «l NovemwrS, tW twUowing rem?rfc* on modern rolotiizatiou, which are b« too apuiicabie to it* early stages ia gvueraL, but truthfully desorit tive as to New Zea ...

    Article : 3,246 words
  3. FACETIÆ.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,021 words
  4. NOW TO EXPEL A LODGER.

    Gentlemen— The above proverb ought to be rivetted, or hard-soldered, upon the public mind—especially the housekeeping and lodging-letting public. In order to do so benificent a job, and to ...

    Article : 1,170 words
  5. ENGLAND AS A COLONISING NATION.

    No man who has for any time resided in an English colony, will ever admit that England is entitled to take to herself any credit because of her treatment and management of the colonies. The colonies of ...

    Article : 711 words
  6. CONQUEST AND COLONIES.

    No special revelation is needed to foretell what is about to happen in India. The Nizam's territory is about to be incorporated into the British dominions; which are, moreover to be rounded off by the ...

    Article : 387 words
  7. COLONIAL FREE TRADE.

    TO THE EDITOR OF THE "JOUUNAL OF COMMERCE." Sir— In the present crisis of affairs I beg to bring under consideration the advantage of admitting grain and animal food from our transmarine possessions ...

    Article : 458 words
  8. XAPOLEON ON COLONIES.

    "Doubtless,"' said he, "you must govern the colonies by force; bat there can be no force without justice. Government must be informed as to the real situation of the colonies, and for this purpose it must ...

    Article : 637 words
  9. REPUBICANISM.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 560 words
  10. WALKING VARIETY AND PROVISION STORE.

    An old lady about 50 years of age, genteely dressed, with cloak and muff, was recently brought into the New York police-office, upon a charge of attempting to steal an umbrella. Upon searching ...

    Article : 141 words
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