The Committee met at the Town Hall, at 4.30. Present—Messrs. Ditcham (Chairman); Baker, Stephenson, Ellis, Babington, and ...Article : 458 words
Before James Scott, Esq., J.P. Drunkenness.—Bridget Tulip, for being drunk and incapable on the previous day, was fined 10s, which was paid. ...Article : 715 words
The Republic continues to enjoy excellent health, which is very complimentary to its monarchal nurses. Of course the non possumus of the people not ...Article : 2,871 words
Present—Messrs Dodery (Warden) Gibson, W. H. D. Archer, and Basil Archer. The minutes of the last meeting were ...Article : 771 words
Mr Wm. Westgrath, in his circular dated 19th March, reports:— HOME MARKET—NEW LOANS. The event of the month has been the ...Article : 1,270 words
The New York Commercial Advertiser says:—"A beautiful and high-spirited horse would never allow a shoe to be put on his feet, or any person to handle his ...Article : 416 words
I read something in the papers the other day concerning a man being bitten by a snake. After he had been treated to the brandy cure while a messenger ...Article : 524 words
The track from here to Mount Bischoff is now open, and the party who cut it through speak favorably of it, but it can hardly be supposed that more ...Article : 483 words
A large black marble tombstone has been laid over the grave of the lath Dr. Livingtone, in Westminster Abbey. The stone bears a lengthy inscription in gold ...Article : 335 words
Present—The Warden (Mr Burke), Councillors Field, Jones, and M'Kinnon. The minutes of the last meeting were ...Article : 750 words
NEW PROCESS OF DETERMINING THE ALCOHOL IN WINES.—If to a known volume of water larger quantities of alcohol are added, the density and superficial ...Article : 1,147 words
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