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  2. The Expedition to Port Essington.

    We have been favored by Mr. Lewis witt the use of his diary containing particulars of the recent trip to Port Essington. We subjoin a few extracts which will ...

    Article : 2,300 words
  3. The Exploring Expedition.

    On Thursday evening a meeting waa held at Edwards's to hear th[?] result of the recent exploration i[?] search of Permain and Borradaile. ...

    Article : 1,167 words

    SMITH V. REYNOLDS.—Claim for £12, on account of lawyer's costs. Mr. Rudall for the defendant. According to the plaintiff's case he was ...

    Article : 715 words

    Mining matters (that is alluvial), although rather unsettled, look still very satisfactory for the district, as well as for the country at large. ...

    Article : 295 words
  6. Outrage by Blacks at Palm Island.

    Captain Mackay, of the cutter Albert Edward, arrived in port on Thursday, October 2, from the Herbert River, and reports that after ...

    Article : 317 words
  7. Mining Commission.

    Present—Mr. Scott (President), Mr. Price, and Mr. Conner. A. J. McCann, applied for Claim, No. 6 north, Union. ...

    Article : 1,097 words



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