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    Congressional reconstruction in Georgia has come to grief. In the House of Representatives of the reconstructed Legislature on Friday last, after a strong discussion of several days, a resolution was passed by ...

    Article : 188 words
  3. LAW.

    In re James Tucker, third meeting One debt was proved, and report of official assignee read. No directions were given. In re Isaaa Henry Levy, sinels meeting. Insolvent ...

    Article : 393 words
  4. Horrible Massacre—"Waggen Train Captured —Sixteen Mexicans Killed and Scalped, and their Bodies Burned

    A scout carno into Hays City, last evening, from Fort Dodge. He reports that a Mexisan train was attacked on the 28th of August, at Pawneo Fork, on the old Santa Fo route, thirty-seven miles south-west ...

    Article : 147 words
  5. A Leopard Hunt in Scotland.

    I A very singular anoident is reported from Dumfries-rH shire, Manders' menagerie had been on exhibition at [?] and recently took its departure for MoffatWhile the caravans were descending a precipitous in ...

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    It will be seen that the war is gradually spreading to the Waikate districts, and that a conflict Is imminent between the Haubans and friendly nativas. From the New Zealand Herald of the 10th we take ...

    Article : 2,699 words
  7. PERU.

    The news already published of the terrible disasters caused on the Peruvian Coast by the last fearful earthquake and tidal wave is fully confirmed. We make come extracts from our exchanges. The National of ...

    Article : 838 words

    The news of the loss of life sad property in this Republic is confirmed. It is calculated that not less than 25,000 lives have perished. ...

    Article : 26 words
  9. Important Locomotive Invention.

    On Saturday afternoon, August 8 (says the Scotsman), a very remarkable sight was seen in this city. A train of heavily ladon coal waggons, looking exactly like a luggage train, was observed coming steadily up ...

    Article : 255 words

    CARROLL V. WELDER —His donor delivered judgment in this case as follows:—That the paint taken by counsel for defendant as to nonsuit, was good; further, that in his Honor's opinion it was never contemplated ...

    Article : 585 words
  11. Agrarian Outrages in Ireland.

    An outrage of a most distressing character has been perpetrated in Ireland, It appears that Mr. Scally, a brothor of Mr Scully, M.P., lately purchased a small property at Ballycohey, n couple of miles from the. ...

    Article : 777 words
  12. Buried Alive.

    A German gentleman, advanced in years, named Franz Vester, ut present a resident in Newark, recently obtained a patent for a safety-coffin, designed so as to provide a way of escape to those who may be buried ...

    Article : 750 words

    Eight drunkards were fined, or Bent to gaol. Charles Brennan was charged with having a cloak in his possession, supposed to have been stolen, Constable Smith deposed to having arrested the prisoner in ...

    Article : 334 words
  14. CHILL.

    Although no serious effects were experienced at Valparaiso from the late disastrous earthquake on the coast, Blight, shocks were felt there, and the tidal wave which did so much damage on the coast of Peru, swept ...

    Article : 775 words

    Four drunkards were fined. William Baker, a blind man, was sent to the Benevolent Aoylum. Henry Thompson pleaded guilty, and had nothing ...

    Article : 504 words
  16. Outrage in a Railway Train.

    The Northern whig gives the following account of a brutal outrage committed upon a young lady On Thursday, August 20, in a first class carriage of "I" Ulster Railway. Company. The young lady is a resident ...

    Article : 372 words



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