One of the most extraordinary and daring attempts at murder and robbery that has ever come under the cognizance of the police of Liverpool (and such ...Article : 565 words
The Government have positively forbidden the heads of departments to recommend any increase of salaries for the estimates for the ensuing year. ...Article : 248 words
An attempt at murder, most extraordinary in every aspect, was made at an old ruin called Red Abbey, near Cork, lately. The abbey and adjoining ...Article : 517 words
The s.s. Derwent, Captain Woods arrived from Melbourne on Saturday, bringing files to Friday, from which we take the following items:— ...Article : 786 words
At a meeting of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Sir James Simpson, after some general remarks on the genius and scientific knowledge of the late Sir David Brewster, proceeded to ...Article : 945 words
A ministry has at length been formed, consisting of the following :—The hon. Charles Sladen, M.L.C., Chief Secretary; hon. Thomas Howard Fellows, M.L.A., Minister of ...Article : 1,034 words
The Kiama Independent of Thursday gives the following account of the diabolical attempt on the life of Mr. Gray—" On Tuesday evening last, a little after ton o'clock, as ...Article : 565 words
The following remarks were made in the Parliament of New South Wales, on Monday last, on the subject of the treatment of the body of O'Farrell after the ...Article : 471 words
In Dante's time the two great factions which for more than a century had rent and torn Italy,—the factions of the Guelfs and the Ghibellinea—had lost nothing of ...Article : 538 words
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