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  2. LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK.

    “POLITICAL PREACHING.”—We have received two letters—one anonymous and the other with the name of the writer attached—on the subject of a sermon preached by the Lord Bishop of ...

    Article : 4,982 words
  3. Tuesday, August 8.

    William Pearce, formerly master of the Thompsons and subsequently mate of the Arpenteur, was committed trial for forgery. It consisted of pasting over the word “one ” on one of the notes of the Bank of ...

    Article : 128 words
  4. Letter from the Minister of Justice to Lord Brougham.

    My Lord—I consider it proper to point out to you the consequence which will ensue if yon obtain the naturalisation you request. If France adopts you as one of her sons yon cease to be an Englishman—you are no longer ...

    Article : 219 words
  5. EIGHT DAYS WITH THE NORTHERN HOUNDS.

    Monday, 10th July.—Met at the kennel (Cadl[?]nga), and, crossing the Wakefield, found near T[?]corowry; best pace to Flagstaff Hill, where the hounds divided in a piece of scrub, and we ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  6. COLONIAL NEWS.

    COMMERCIAL.—It appears from the following circular addressed to a mercantile house in Melbourne, received per Adelaide, that the old established house of Buckles and Company, is about ...

    Article : 635 words
  7. Reply of Lord Brougham to the above letter.

    Monsieur le Ministre—I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 8th. I could never have felt any doubt that, in making myself naturalised as a French citizen I should lose all my ...

    Article : 136 words
  8. Reply of the Minister of Justice to the above.

    My Lord—My letter has not been properly understood, and yours, to my regret, does not permit me to come to a decision as to your request. You write to me thousand (The Minister here quotes the first paragraph of the above ...

    Article : 2,010 words
  9. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    The property of MT Smith O’Brien, amounting, is said, to between £4,000 and £5,000 a year, will become forfeited to the Crown on conviction of the hon. gentleman for high treason in ...

    Article : 363 words
  10. POLICE COMMISSIONER’S COURT.

    James Williams was brought up in custody charge with staling a horse, the property of Mr Hatchings, of [?]indley-street storekeeper. From evidence it appeared that the horse-had been lent ...

    Article : 138 words
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