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  2. Second Hissing.

    On Wednesday evening, the 30th of March, 1831, Colonel Arthur was again hissed down Elizabeth-street, as far as Wellington-bridge, when it was thought ...

    Article : 690 words
  3. Wet Gunpowder and Horsewhipping.

    To all His Majesty’s Liege subjects, and to whom it may concern; and to all those persons who live peaceably in the Interior. — We hereby caution you ere ...

    Article : 830 words
  4. Colonel Arthur’s Address.

    The whole of the Courier of last week was devoted to the publication of matter, expressly got up to blind the Home Authorities, as to the real sentiments of ...

    Article : 2,242 words
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