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  2. Colonial Politics.

    "THERE is a tide in the affairs" of nations, as well as in those of individual" men." The history of empires is but a picture of ebbs and flows—of advancement, decline, and fall—of ...

    Article : 2,796 words
  3. Domestic Intelligence.

    To act well for the state is glorious, and to write well for it is not without its merit. WE hear, with no little pleasure, that Mr. James M'Arthur, during his late residence in England, ...

    Article : 420 words
  4. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,—By the last ship it appears that accounts have been received from home, which render Sir Richard Bourke's speedy departure from our shores no longer problematical. A few short weeks ...

    Article : 786 words
  5. PROCLAMATION OF THE QUEEN.

    OFFICIAL intelligence having reached the colony on Wednesday evening, of the death of King William IV., a Gazette Extraordinary was published on Thursday morning, announcing the intelligence in the ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  6. EDUCATION IN AMERICA.

    FROM the statements of a recent writer on America, it appears that no exertions are spared to educate the people. With the exception of Protestant Germany, he observes, there is no ...

    Article : 711 words
  7. THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE MIND.

    MR. CARMICHAEL, in concluding his recent lecture on Pneumatics, observed that "the study of mental philosophy had occupied most of his thought from early life; and he trusted that, in ...

    Article : 774 words
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