MESSRS. W. DEAN AND CO. conducted to-day a large sale of boots and shoes. The attendance was numerous but the biddings did not manifest much spirit; former rates were barely ...Article : 1,231 words
Mary Cox, convicted of drunkenness and vagraney, was fined in the sum of 20s., with the alternative of forty-eight hours imprisonment. Mary Ann Gannon, convicted of drunkenness, was fined in the sum of 20s., ...Article : 1,310 words
WITH an increased population the auriferous treasures of this place are being rapidly developed. The great point of attraction at present is the side of a low ridge adjoining the creek, where surfacing has been strack of ...Article : 1,369 words
SIR—Lest any of your readers should suppose that the removal of the old barrack wall, which had served for forty years past as the boundary of the conterminous properties on the north side of the wall, was the not and ...Article : 697 words
Twenty-eight persons, found guilty of drunkenness, were sentenced to pay 20s, each, or to be imprisoned for twenty-four hours. Catherine Douglass, an idle and diserderly person, ...Article : 1,306 words
DENILIQUIN, June 28, from the run of Peter Stuckey, Esq., damages £1 per head:—Chesnut filly, star, IX off shoulder; bay mare, star, 8 near cheek and thigh, bay horne foal at foot, unbranded; bay horse, star, P with — over near shoulder. M off ...Article : 3,028 words
SIR—In your papar of to-day (July 25th) I find reference made to a feeling of jealousy that seems to have been expressed—I know not how, or when—of the high honour done to Miss Nightingale. As an Englishwoman ...Article : 574 words
SIR—A man was in my shop this morning with 106 ounces of Stoney Creek Gold, for which I offered him 76s., he wanted 76s. 6d. an ounce, and not knowing the exact assay, I declined giving it. I may mention that ...Article : 126 words
The two following letters, although so widely differing in their purport, are from two gentlemen of high character, neither of whom have visited the Rocky themselves. To the first, Dr. Gill allows us to attach his ...Article : 1,057 words
SIR—You will oblige by inserting the following:—A few days since I was at the Stoney Creek diggings. Most parties that were industrious were doing well, but, in consequence of there being no police establishment on ...Article : 252 words
SIR—Since you are to us (as M[?]cenas formerly to Horace) the " chief ornament and bulwark" of our literature, I think it is through your columns that the indopendence and dignity of even its [?]ablest disciple ...Article : 334 words
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