The supply of wheat to-day, though limited, consisted for the most part of superfine samples; which commanded a trifling advance on the prices of last week. Ordinary descriptions met with little attention; on the whole the average is a few pence ...Article : 384 words
The arrival of THE HENRY has enabled us to add considerably to our stock of European intelligence. For much of that which appeared in our last, we were indebted to The Colonial Times, through the medium ...Article : 3,281 words
The Court opened this morning, at a few minutes after 10 o'clock when the undermentioned prisoners under remand for sentence, were severally brought up, and placed at the bar. ...Article : 2,435 words
The Earl of BATHURST moved the adoption of the resolutions (see House of Commons' Debates, March 1, in this day;s paper) lately adopted by the Commons—Lord Calthorpe said he lamented to see the resolutions of the Commons adopted by the ...Article : 3,056 words
On Wednesday arrived the brig Lord Rodney, W. Kennear from Macquarie Island, 15th of July. Lading, 120 tons of sea elephant oil. Same day, the ship Indian, whaler, Samuel Swain, from ...Article : 98 words
George Rawlins, was charged on Wednesday, with embezzlement. It appeared from the testimony of several witnesses, that this man, who was employed by a Mr. Hankinsen, as a baker, was observed by another servant ...Article : 1,215 words
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