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  2. Original Correspondence.

    SIR—Having in your note of the 2nd instant informed me that the manuscript of the letter signed "Humanitas," and headed "Queen's Birth Day in Windsor," which appeared in your paper of the 26th ...

    Article : 862 words

    BELIEVING that the public felt little interest in the difference that has arisen between the Rev. Mr. Brady and the Police Magistrate and Colonial Assistant Surgeon of Windsor, respecting the orphan ...

    Article : 287 words
  4. India.

    THE CABUL TREATY.—A Kernaul letter, received by the Englishman, says that the Cabul treaty was signed by Major Pottinger, General Elphinstone, Colonel Shelton, Brigadiers Anquetil ...

    Article : 306 words

    WE have long wished to see a colonial publication upon a plan similar to the present. There being no copyright restrictions in force in the colony, a great facility is afforded to publishers in reprinting popular ...

    Article : 333 words

    A meeting of the Catholics of Calcutta was held at Dr. Carew's Episcopal residence, in the City of Palaces, on the 30th ultimo, when it was resolved to forward a congratulatory address to the Queen on ...

    Article : 1,114 words
  7. Supreme Court.

    Smith v. Elyard.—This was a case of appeal by the plaintiff against a decision made by his honor the Chief Justice respecting the purchase of several allotments of land situated in Middle Harbour, Port ...

    Article : 2,233 words
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    "New South Wales of wit.—Mr. George Shirley, chief constable of Windsor, personally appeared before me this day, and being duly sworn, maketh oath and sayeth:—1 was placed in charge of the ...

    Article : 271 words
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    "NEW South Wales to wit.—Timothy Sullivan personally appeared before me, William Cox, Esq., one of her Majesty's justices of the peace, and being duly sworn, maketh oath and sayeth:—I am ...

    Article : 294 words
  10. FRIDAY, JUNE 17.

    Bradbury v. Manning.—In this case Mr. Donnelly applied for a further postponement, which was granted by the court, on condition of the defendant paying the costs of the application; and Thursday, ...

    Article : 3,700 words



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