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  2. DEPARTURE OF THE MAlL-SHIP MATILDA WATTENBACH.”

    From the Liverpool Albion of December 6th, we have the following intelligence:— “Yesterday the second mail-ship that has sailed for the Australian colonies from this port was towed ...

    Article : 470 words
  3. ARRIVAL OF THE “SIR JOHN HARVEY.”

    The fine steamer, Sir John Harvey, arrived at the port yesterday. By her we have Melbourne news to the 7th instant, and Sydney to the 1st. ...

    Article : 151 words
  4. INDIA.

    The troops under Col. Cotton, employed in establishing a fort in the Kohat Pass, one of the two entrances from Central Asia into India, had a brisk encounter with the Afreedies, in the Booree Valley. ...

    Article : 574 words
  5. DESTRUCTION OF THE STEAMER “WEST WIND” BY FIRE.

    We regret to have to record the total destruction of the steamer West Wind by fire. The lamentable occurrence took place on the morning of the 27th ultimo, while the vessel was at anchor ...

    Article : 569 words
  6. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The prisoners, Tippet and Boyce, were brought up on remand on Friday (yesterday), when the following evidence was taken :— George Nott, Gawler Town, a legally qualified ...

    Article : 2,675 words
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