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    [During the considerable time that has elapsed since was last paid attention to South Australia in the Spectator, the colony has been placed in a dangerous position, through the mismanage ...

    Article : 2,337 words

    CHINA.—The news which has been received from China since our last is interesting, though not important. We gave extracts in our present number from the papers which came to ...

    Article : 797 words
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    "France feels that she has the power to Isolate herself," said M. Thiers in one of his first diatribes against the July Convention. "There is another European dynasty which seems to be ...

    Article : 640 words
  6. (From the "Pinang Gazette." Jan 2.)

    In a subsequent column, will be found a notice from Captain Charles Elliott, addressed to the British merchants and H. M. subjects at Macao, announcing the resignation by Admiral ...

    Article : 180 words
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  9. [From the "Canton Press," Dec. 5.]

    Gentlemen.—It is my painful task to announce to the merchants and Her Majesty's subject in general, that a sudden and severe illness has this day led the Hon. the Rear ...

    Article : 314 words
  10. [From the "Canton Press," November 28.]

    Immediately after the arrival of the Admiral at Tongkoo, Captain Elliot proceeded in the Queen, steamer, to Chuenpee, there to deliver a letter for, we are told, Keshan, the Imperial ...

    Article : 998 words
  11. [From the "Pinang Gazette," Dec. 2.]

    CALCUTTA.—We are extremely happy to have it in our power by the receipt of late Calcutta papers, to confirm the report mentioned in our last, of the surrender of Dost Mahomed ...

    Article : 170 words
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    Great quantities of Liverpool salt have been sold lately at £3 5s per ton. Tea may be quoted at £8 the chest. The Sydney markets have been very ...

    Article : 199 words
  13. [From the "Canton Register," Dec. 15.]

    It is with the greatest satisfaction that we communicate to our readers, be glad tidings of the release of Mr. Vincent Stanton, who was seized upon in August last, while bathing in ...

    Article : 355 words
  14. SYDNEY MARKETS, March 5, 1841.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 510 words

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