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  2. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN.

    The question whether, instead of the bayonet belt now in use by the army, except in rifle regiments, a waistbelt can be substituted, is now under consideration at the Horse-guards. ...

    Article : 2,738 words
  3. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER.

    SIR,—I feel obliged by insertion of my last letters respecting minerals. It appears that Mr. Robinson has been the dupe of some person who planted the lead ore in the spot where it was ...

    Article : 97 words
  4. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER.

    SIR,—The process to which Daguerre has given his name, it is surmised might be adapted to a more extensive range of objects, and of appliances distinguished by greater utility, although ...

    Article : 673 words
  5. INDIA—FALL OF MOOLTAN.

    Five p.m.—The town of Mooltan is in our possession, with six regiments and four guns in occupation. Wheeler s cavalry may be seen scouring the country, cutting ...

    Article : 844 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER.

    SIR,—I beg to call the attention of your readers to a mode of threshing which is gaining ground amongst our farmers, viz., the primivative one of treading out the corn by the feet of animals. The ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER.

    SIR,—The account of the sufficiency of the voluntary principle for the support of religion in the case of Dr. Ross's church, brought to my recollection an instance of the advance of ...

    Article : 479 words
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