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  2. Small Box and [?]ooping Cough IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    It appears by the late Sydney papers, that on board the transport-ship Bussora[?] Merchant, which arrived at Port Jackson on the 26th of July, several cases of the ...

    Article : 794 words
  3. Law Report.

    This was an action against the Patriotic Insurance Company of Ireland, to recover the amount of an insurance effected with them on the ship Caroline, of which the ...

    Article : 223 words
  4. Duty on Wool.

    Captain MAITLAND, in the House of Commons on the 28th of April, presented a petition from Lammermuir, praying for a duty on foreign wool, and Mr. WARD ...

    Article : 379 words
  5. Mr. Saxe Bannister.

    It affords us great pleasure to be enabled to insert the following article, respecting the above Gentleman, from the Monitor of the 11th of August; not only because we ...

    Article : 228 words
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