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  2. THE UNIVERSITY AND THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.

    His Excellency Sir Charless Hotham yesterday officiated at two very interesting and important ceremonies—the laying of the foundation-stones of the University and of a Public ...

    Article : 4,425 words
  3. COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.

    Dr. Mackay prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. William Hull and Charles Vaughan, Esqs., Justices, assisted His Honor upon the bench. ABSENT JU[?]MEN. ...

    Article : 1,615 words
  4. CITY COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the City Council was held yesterday, at two o'clock. There were present—His Worship the Mayor; Aldermen Clowes and Reilly; ...

    Article : 1,572 words
  5. PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

    THE SALLE DE VALENTINO.—If I am to become a critic I should like to have the credit or bear the responsibility of what I have to say. There is something altogether unintelligible in theold-fashioned way of ...

    Article : 870 words
  6. INSOLVENT COURT.

    This was an application for a certificate. The Insolvent has been a linendraper residing at Collingwood, and has passed his various examinations not altogether satisfactorily. There were now present, the insolvent, ...

    Article : 926 words
  7. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    COLONIAL MANUFACTURES.—The implements used at the ceremonies of laying the foundation stones yesterday were entirely of colonial manufacture, and are such creditable specimens of workmanship that we do but ...

    Article : 4,880 words
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