By special request the Rev. Thomas Smith repeated hit lecture on the life of Havelock yesterday evening in the Temperance Hall. The building was filled at all points. Mr. PEMELL, M.P., oocupied the chair. ...Article : 2,829 words
MESSRS. Heales and Duffy are now endeavouring to form a Cabinet. The ship Black Eagle, 1300 tons, has been sold by the Admiralty Court, under a decree, ...Article : 64 words
SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL.—We understand that a supplementary mall will be made up for England, by the Rangatira for lotters posted this day, bofore has-past two o'clock wlthout extra postage. All letters intended to go by the ...Article : 823 words
A DEPUTATION, ccosisting of Merrrs. Hamilton, Moses, Stafford, Coben, Gibson, and Dyer, waited upon Mr. Cowper, at his office, yesterday forenoon, to urge upon the Government the necessity of forming and ...Article : 1,515 words
NOTWITHSTANDING the departure of the principal artists f the Italian troupe, the cause of music has not declined since our last summary, either with regard to the average number of musical entertainments, or to ...Article : 1,082 words
A PUBLIC MEETING, which was numerously attended, was held at Mr. Davies' Saloon, Bowling-Alley Point, Peal River, on Saturday, the 4th instant, Mr. George Bond in the chair. ...Article : 4,379 words
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