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  2. English Extracts.

    Visitors from China.—The list of foreign, visitors to this country who have been attracted hither by the Grent Exhibition, has just received a very novel addition by the arrival of a ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  3. P u n c h i a n a.

    From No. 528, Vol. 2l—Date. August 28. 1851, of this inestimable chronicler, observer, and critic, of things in general, and one of the latest in the colony, we beg to present our readers ...

    Article : 497 words
  4. Confessions in California.

    The extraordinary interest attached to the acts of the Vigilance Committee of San Francisco, and the misdeeds of those who not only roused them to fury, but ...

    Article : 1,817 words
  5. MARY ANN HOGAN'S EXAMINATION.

    I am a native of England: I left England when I was about two or three ye ars of age, and wens to the colonies; I married in the colonies; kept a public house at Sydney: I have no recollection of ever ...

    Article : 945 words
  6. The Victoria Gold Fields.

    THE GOLD RACKET.— The precious metal is flying about Melbourne like dirt, and it is a question whether every second man one meets in the streets has not a pock et-full of bank ...

    Article : 808 words
  7. "A HIGH SHERIFF IN DIFFICULTY.

    The High Sheriff of Suffolk has been an object of sympathy. At one time there seemed no help for it, out that he must perform his legal function of execntioner; no deputy being ...

    Article : 788 words
  8. HOW TO BUY A HORSE.

    LIVERPOOL ASSIZES—ARTHUR V. PEDDER—This was an action to recover £280, the price of two carriage horses. The defendant pleaded—first, the general issue, and secondly, that he had ...

    Article : 1,835 words
  9. Original Correspondence.

    Gentlemen,—In the London Atlas of 19th July last is reported a case of severe and ancalled for hardship inflicted upon a poor woman of the name of Ann Hicks, on the part of the ...

    Article : 623 words
  10. MONUMENT TO THE LATE TOM CRIBB.

    The ashes of this renowned and almost indomitable ex-champion of England, quietly repose in the silent churchyard of Woolwich, to the kindred dust of which they were consigned ...

    Article : 1,086 words
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