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  2. COMMERCIAL RECORD.

    THERE was a very numerous attendance at the Government Land Sale Rooms, and the properties at Longbottom realized very high rates. The following are the result sales:—Town ...

    Article : 3,143 words
  3. MAURITIUS.

    WE have received the Overland Commercial Gazette of the 12th May. In a former summary of news from the Mauritius we gave the petition presented to the Governor by the ...

    Article : 2,828 words
  4. LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S RESOLUTIONS ON EDUCATION.

    To all who feel thomselves interested in the problem of National Education, a calendar month is considerately allowed by Lord John Russell for the candid and careful examination of the dozen Resolutions which he has ...

    Article : 2,722 words
  5. MAGISTERIAL CLEMENCY AN INCENTIVE TO BRUTALITY.

    SIR—Whilst I write this, my blood boils at an account in your paper of to-day of an assault upon the high seas, and which was tried before Mr. Fishor and Mr. Hosking at the Water Police Office. I do not know where ...

    Article : 738 words
  6. DEATH OF THOMAS ATTWOOD, THE "FOUNDER OF THE POLITICAL UNIONS."

    Mr. THOMAS ATTWOOD, formerly M.P. for Birmingham, died on the 6th of March, at Great Malvern, in his seventy-second year. The Derbyshire Courier thus speaks of his death:— ...

    Article : 1,412 words
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