THE misfortunes of the Coufederates continue without interruption. The capture of Morris Islahd goes far to close the port of Charleston, and the conquest of the city, itself will- probab y follow. ...Article : 1,730 words
IT may fairly be concessed that I have in the prevens articles demonstrated clearly, to,every unprejudiced mind who has read these papers, that the people who have been knocking at the d[?]ora of our Legislative ...Article : 1,928 words
WE think we approach the time when the merchants, baokers, squa ters, raders, ship-owners, ship-builders engineers— in short, everyone throughont the colony interested in the promotion ...Article : 1,072 words
A FRENCH IRONSIDES—A correspondent of the O inion Nationale supplies the following interesting de cription of the steam ram Magenta—" This vessel," says the writer, "is a line-of-battle ship- that is to say, she is nothing in ...Article : 1,743 words
IT is necessary to state, that the Royal Sovereign is being fitted with four turrets, the one forward being the largest of the four,, and intended to carry two 300-pounder smooth-bore guns; while the ...Article : 1,425 words
LORD STANLEY ON OUR NAVAL ARMAMENT—Lord Stanley responsed to the toast of both Houses of Parliament at the grand banquet given at Liverpool on the 21st, by the Mersey Yacht Club, in honor of Admiral Dacrs and ...Article : 1,034 words
An attempt has been lately made at St. Petemburg to employ girls as compositors. Half a dozen maidens are Raining a decent livelihood, in the printing offioe of the Northern Bes. ...Article : 291 words
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