A Polite Irishman.—ln a railroad car the seats were all full except one, which was occupied by a pleasant-looking Irishman ; and at one of the stations a couple of evidently well-bred ...Article : 545 words
In the last Gazette is published a circular despatch, with enclosures from the Duke of Newcastle dated 23rd May last, on the subject of a communication from Mr. Ripley, the President of ...Article : 433 words
Parliament is at last commencing its operations, and Tuesday witnessed a strong display of bitter feeling on the part of the old opposition towards the present ministry; but it is quite ...Article : 334 words
John Atkinson, William Kelly, Michael Copely and Margaret Swords, were severally fined 10s fro drunkenness. Eliza Murray was fined 5s. for swearing in ...Article : 98 words
SIR,—In the Examiner of Tuesday last you call attention to the proceedings of the House of Assembly with reference to the election of their Speaker, and you point out that to legal election ...Article : 1,428 words
A court of Requests ( £30), is appointed in the months of September, November, November, January, March. May, and July, in every year. ...Article : 242 words
Jessie Jamleson and Margaret Smith, were each lined 10s. for drunkenness. SUSPICION OF FELONY.—Thomas Smith was brought up on suspicion of having on the night ...Article : 1,035 words
Second meeting and on application for order of discharge. There being opposition insolvent's discharge was granted on executing usual warrant of ...Article : 809 words
ADDRESS of the Wool Supply Association of the Bradford and Halifax Chamber of Commerce to all parties interested in the growth of colonial and other foreign wools. ...Article : 1,921 words
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