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  2. THE "SPECTATOR" OF THIS DAY CONTAINS:--

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 141 words
  3. PROGRESS OF AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS IN ENGLAND.

    BY private letters from London by the Agincourt we learn that Sir Charles Fitzroy had invited the Hon. Francis Scott, Mr. Mark Boyd, Mr. John William Sutherland, and Mr. Samuel Browning, to a ...

    Article : 2,004 words
  4. ENGLISH POLITICS.

    THE political intelligence received from England since our last publication is of the most important description, and, although fully expected, can hardly be read without some feeling of surprise. Although it was ...

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