SIR,—In your report of the inquiry held on Monday last, by the Immigration Commissioners, on the conduct of the master of the Ramsey, on her voyage to this colony, one of the ...Article : 273 words
THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES.—Vast multitudes assembled, on November 17, at Putney, Hammersmith, and Barnes to witness the race for the championship between Kelly ...Article : 1,784 words
IT is some years since such a succession of terribly hot days have occurred successively. A very high range of heat, with showers, more or less, nearly every day, is something rather ...Article : 446 words
MR. GLADSTONE has prepared an explanation of his Opinions on Church and State, which, under the title of a "Chapter of Autobiography," has been published by Mr. Murray, ...Article : 3,928 words
IN the Mail of December 4, we find the following remarks on this subject from the pen of its New South Wales correspondent:— When writing lately about the employment ...Article : 993 words
THE weather—the everlasting theme of country correspondents—is now all that even farmers can wish for; in fact, the moisture is in excess for many of the cotton fields, but just ...Article : 431 words
A DINNER remarkable, not alone for its uniform excellence, but for the scientific method of its preparation, was on Nov. 14 enjoyed by a party of gentlemen at the city warehouses of Messrs. ...Article : 784 words
A LITTLE excitement was caused a few days ago by a small "rush" (if it can be dignified with that term) to some ground near Threlkeld's Crushing Machine; it appears, however, ...Article : 945 words
THE Scotsman contains the following with regard to the case of cruelty to stowaways, practised by the captain and mate of the ship Arran, while on her voyage from Greenock to ...Article : 956 words
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