One part of Mr. Gregory Blaxland's Letter, which we had the satisfaction of introducing lately into our columns, is deserving of great attention—we mean that part which conveys the opinion of ...Article : 3,772 words
Every description of marketables that appeared were quickly disposed of. A large portion of dairy produce was bought up for shipping. Wheat sold higher this week, as also did maize. Barley and oats keen steady. Flour was ...Article : 232 words
Sailed on Thursday the brig Mary, for the Isle of France. Friday the barque Asia, for the same place. Saturday the brig Queen Charlotte, for New Zealand. Same day the government brig Amity, for Melville Island. ...Article : 63 words
The Honorable Arthur H. Cole is said to have lately presented the Mauritius Turf Club, with a valuable race cup, in testimony of his regard for the amateurs of the turf, resident at Port Louis. The ...Article : 1,583 words
A LUBBERLY BLUE JACKET.—A person professing himself, to be owner of the Darling, Colonial schooner, brought in tow with him to the office on Tuesday one attired in the garb of a mariner, but whom the ...Article : 874 words
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