The New York Tribune of March 6th contains despatches, filling two pages of that journal, from its special correspondent at Utah. These despatches consist of a letter from Dr. ...Article : 4,544 words
The half-yearly examination of Mr. Young's pupils, numbering at present 140, took place on Monday afternoon it White's Assembly-room, which was completely [?] with a most respectable company, consisting ...Article : 4,845 words
William Stowell, the principal Mormon prisoner, was arraigned yesterday in the District Court upon the indictment for treason returned by the Grand Jury on December 30. Since ...Article : 769 words
Feldmann, the Hospital Steward of the 10th Infantry, who was taken prisoner by the Mormons while passing from the camp of the 10th to that of the 5th on Ham's Fork, about the ...Article : 2,159 words
Sir—I am a plain unsuspicious kind of man, not up to dodges, and would, through your paper, put simpletons like myself, who travel by rail, on their guard. The facts are these ...Article : 284 words
The Mormon legislature met, as was announced, at Salt Lake City, on December 14. The Council organised by the choice of Heber C. Kimball as President, and the House of ...Article : 533 words
Sir—I planted this evening, in the enclosure in front of my Loose in Flinders-street, a specimen of a rare plant called the Alphetus, and some rascal who is evidently preying on the ...Article : 118 words
Christmas and New Year's Day have been celebrated by the army with as much gaiety as if we were in cozy cantonments, instead of under canvas roofs. The mornings were ...Article : 1,117 words
Sir—Noticing in your paper, a short time ago, that "A Correspondent" considers the cabbage blight (Aphis brassica) identical with the turnip fly or beetle of England, and that ...Article : 246 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
It's easy and takes two shakes of a lamb's tail!
With your Trove account you can: