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  2. ENGLISH NEWS.

    Mr Sergeant Shee is to receive a patent of precedence: Mr Montagu Chambers is to be appointed Queen's Counsel—both of the Home Circuit; and Mr Robert Allan, of the Oxford ...

    Article : 347 words
  3. COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The following is the report of the Select Committee of the Legislative Council, appointed on the 5th August, 1845, "to inquire into and report upon the necessity of amending the ...

    Article : 941 words
  4. VAN DIE MEN'S LAND.

    On Tuesday, October 28, the Lord Bishop ordained as a Priest, the Rev. Thomas Reibey, at Trinity Church, Launceston, in the presence of the clergy resident at this side, and of a ...

    Article : 790 words
  5. PARLIAMENTARY.

    Captain Layard has endeavoured to bring about a change in the system of life-enlistments in the army, substituting short periods Enlistment for life makes a slave of a free man ...

    Article : 513 words
  6. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

    Mr Paraham's "Travels to the Rocky Mountains," &a., an American book, recently published in New York for 25 cents, (one shitting sterlin. was reprinted in London, ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. OBITUARY.

    One of the most distinguished ornaments of the British navy, Sir Philip Charles Calderwood Henderson Durham, expired at Naples, on the 2nd April, in the 83rd year of his ...

    Article : 381 words
  8. TRADC, COMMERCE, AND MANUFACTURE.

    There are now not less than 50,000 artisans engaged throughout Scotland in the manufacture of shawls from Cashmere. or the Thibet goat. The yarn, however, for this purpose, is ...

    Article : 277 words
  9. POLITICAL.

    Affairs seem to be assuming a serious aspect in Ireland. Again assassinations have taken place in more than one district; but as this has been unfortunately too frequent in a country ...

    Article : 233 words
  10. AUSTRALIA FELIX.

    The ship-building yard of Mr Stocker, about seven miles from Portland, is described as quite a scene of bustle and activity. The keels of a cutter and a brig ate laid dawn, and the ...

    Article : 453 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Thistle cutter, in her passage from Russell, put into Wangaroa. in consequence of a gale from the southward, and for water lor the horses on board. The natives came on ...

    Article : 263 words
  12. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE.

    On the 15th July last "Boatswain Smith" applied to the Insolvent Court on his petition to be dischatged He was liberated on bail a fortn ght back, and there was now no ...

    Article : 306 words
  13. ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &C.

    A novel mode of suicide was employed lately on the North Midland railway, near Leeds. Sutchiffe, a warehouseman residing at Leeds, got on the line, hid himself behind the ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The Rev. Dr. Wolff continues much indisposed from the effects of his perilous mission to Bokhara. We lately stated that he had suffered much through swellings in his feet, ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. SPORTING.

    A match, which, fear its novel character, attracted an immense number of spectators, was played last week in the cricket ground of the Railway Tavern, at Reading. The players on one side consisted of eleven with only one ...

    Article : 526 words
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