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  2. The Case of Mr W.H. Barber.

    T[?] circumstances relative to this unfortunate gentleman, his unjust transportation, and the injury there by inflicted upon his character and pursuits in life are well ...

    Article : 2,265 words

    The following laconic epistlo came to hand yesterday from a friend:— "Dear Sir, — People aro coming hero by hundreds. If no other mines be discovered is ...

    Article : 155 words
  4. The Drawn Battle between Jemmy Massey arad Jerry Noon, for £100 a-side.

    Strange changes happen as the world grows older. The days are not long past since those who patronisod pugilism ns the exponent of true courage nnd manly bearing—the admirers and ...

    Article : 3,228 words
  5. The Gold Diggings.

    For the bonefit of the adventurous, we extrat the following "Practical Directions," from the clover little, pamphlet of Mr S. Rutter referred to in our last issue:— ...

    Article : 1,483 words
  6. Mining Intelligence.

    If it wore possiblo that a human hoing could be elevated to porno given point in tho atmosphere, from which he could command a bird's evie view of tho Ophir diggings, from all we can ...

    Article : 2,275 words
  7. Miscellaneous Extracts

    Market Intellgence — P[?] (thanks to the activity of the diggers) have been getting up. Wheat had been falling rapidly ([?]the repars [?] but it has since continued ...

    Article : 316 words



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