We find an article in the Scientific American of February 26, giving a very useful summary of the present state of (supposed) knowledge of the spot years on the sun's ...Article : 1,164 words
A London newspaper, Fact, contains the following paragraphs: Who, of the old colonists did not know Thomas Melville Winder, and knowing, esteem ...Article : 467 words
The Court re-opened at half-past nine. In addition to the barristers present the previous day, Mr. F. W. Meymott was also in attendance. SENTENCES. ...Article : 3,743 words
The hiring of the Italian immigrants was resumed at the Agricultural Hall on Friday morning, and was continued until four o'clock in the afternoon, with very ...Article : 438 words
The following official correspondence forwarded to us by Mr. H. H. Brow[?] Durham, is now printed for the infor[?] readers who may be interested in [?] ...Article : 351 words
A preliminary inquiry (we learn from the Fiji Times) has been held in the High Commissioner's Court, Levuka, before the Hon. J. Gorrie, Judicial Commissioner, into ...Article : 436 words
Under the title of "Hannibal in England, from a Continental Point of View," Dr. Lorenz von Stein, the greatest living economist in Germany, contributes a very ...Article : 671 words
On [?]ood Friday a match was pla[?]s sentatives of the above[?]amed [?] difficulty in mustering their men only six men of their own team ...Article : 189 words
As there is a large business conn[?] between Maitland and other northern [?] and Melbourne, we publish the foll[?] time table for general information,[?] ...Article : 259 words
SIR—Having noticed two letters in the Mercury upon the above subject, and the writer of one letter askod to be informed if other persons had seen the [?]ungi alluded to by him. ...Article : 215 words
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