Everybody throughout Europe seems convinced that Hungary succumbed so quietly to the Russian arms, because Nicholas guaranteed Hungary's independence. This would fully explain the liking which the Magyars ...Article : 1,416 words
When we reflect upon the small profits and poor prospects which for years have been the portion of our farmers, we cannot help being surprised at finding the demand for agricultural land still continue so steady ...Article : 1,489 words
QUEER DOINGS.—William Charles Hitchins, of Tavistock-row, Covent-Garden, and Banjamin Henry Mayers, of 23, King-street, Covent-garden, were charged at Guildhall, with obtaining a quantity of ...Article : 753 words
The Editors wish it to be distinctly understood, that although it is their desire that this Journal should freely express the opinions of their correspondents, they (the Editors) are not to be considered as responsible for their ...Article : 58 words
Gentlemen—King Medas, we are told, turned everything he touched into gold, but at last got rid of this wonderful gift by washing in the River Pactolus. From this ancient table in which "more is meant than meets ...Article : 114 words
MOST of our readers have heard of the recent Peace Congress at Paris, when five hundred or six hundred gentlemen, including statesmen, philosophers, ministers of religion, and others ...Article : 967 words
Gentlemen—It will be observed by the following letter, that full information is not afforded us. We must remain in the dark respecting details. The opinion generally prevailing, that the larger and classical schools ...Article : 855 words
Gentlemen—In your Saturday's Register you told the colonists the agreeable, and considering the youthful age of South Australia, really surprising fact of possessing, without overtaxing the inhabitants, a large ...Article : 432 words
Charles Callaghan was charged with being drunk and indecently exposing his person in Hindley street, on Saturday, about 1 o'clock. The prisoner said he was very tipsy and really knew ...Article : 134 words
Sir—I beg most respectfully to apply to this Excellency the Governor that I may be furnished with a list of the grants in aid of education in the colony, during the past year: such a list being necessary, combined with other ...Article : 92 words
Henry Cummins, charged with steaaling a bottle or rum, and a package of tea, from the master of the Lady Flora, in which vessel he worked his passage from Van Diemen's Land. The charge having been proved, he was fined £2 ...Article : 64 words
Sir—In reply to your letter received yesterday, I beg to inform you that in next week's Gazette will be published a list of all teachers who have received Government aid during the past month, under the provisions of Ordinance ...Article : 93 words
The undermentioned prisoners having petitioned the Court for relief, the Judge has issued his first, where under they are adjudged insolvent, and they will be severally heard on their petitions at the times appointed, when the ...Article : 185 words
The fox and the crow, "How beautifully you sing." Gentlemen—Although I make no pretensions to "science," I was quite prepared at the late meeting to explain the details of any plan, had the Gentlemen—As you have always exhibited a landable desire to correct abuses wherever they may exist, I beg to call your attention to the existence "of a brother supported at the public expense and to the disgrace of an ...Article : 719 words
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