By no other means than by making the ruling [?] uneasy, can these they oppress obtain redress.—(Jeremy Bentham.) Sir W. Draper ought to have known, that no out ...Article : 179 words
POLICE INCIDENTS.—Captain Thomphine appeared on summons, to answer the charge of wilful and coren[?]perjury, preferred against him by Doctor Charles Smith. Mr Keith ...Article : 3,743 words
WEDNESDAY APRIL 1OTH.—Before Mr. Justice BURTON and the following Special Jury:—G. T. Palmer, Samuel North, George Druitt, J. Blacket, G. Hartley, William Cox ...Article : 1,282 words
I fully admit the right, and not only the right but the duty, of every man, to match closely and vigilantly, the administration of Law and Justice.—(Speech of the ...Article : 95 words
We received a week or two ago, the following letter, from the projector and e[?]ntor of the splendid terraced vinery of Sir John Jamison, at Regent Ville. ...Article : 1,451 words
There is a report that this Institution will fall through want of public support. All we can say is, that the public will [?] support Dispensary voluntarily, they must be made ...Article : 59 words
We have recently seen extracts from a paper by Mc'Allan Cunningham, published in London, by the London Geographical Society, and entitled, "A Brief View of the Progress of ...Article : 1,689 words
"Several ladies of fortune, of philanthropic principles, residing at the West end of the Town (London). are now educating poor girls as teachers of [?]onth They visit the lowest ...Article : 322 words
One of the most intelligent men in this Colony, one of the jarv in the recent or rather still pending road case (Se[?]pill v. Lethbridge), informs us, that our report of ...Article : 782 words
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