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  2. Accidents a d Offences.

    On February 5th a sad accident happened at the Cathedral at Worcester. The lower of the Orthedral had been for some time under repair, and the pinnacles on the top had been replaced. The scaffolding ...

    Article : 3,491 words
  3. Extraordinary Case.

    This case came on in the Court of Queen's Bench, on Saturday, February 1, before Lord Chief Justice C ckburn and a special jury. Mr. Coleridge, Q. C., and Mr. Philbrick were ...

    Article : 2,005 words
  4. Human Skeleton Found.

    A short time ago a human skeleten was found at Broughty Ferry. Castle while making a drain. The skeleton appeared to be that of a strong, full-grown man, and was found about two and a half feet from ...

    Article : 580 words
  5. Australian Mails.

    The first mails, for Australia under the new arrangements will be made up on the morning of Saturday, the 21st of March, and evening of Friday, the 27th of March, and thenceforward on every fourth Saturday ...

    Article : 131 words
  6. IRELAND.

    Great excitement has prevailed in Cork since the arrest of Mackay. On Sunday night, February 9, Courteney, a detective, was dogged in Cork by two men. Suspecting their designs, he hurried on until ...

    Article : 2,260 words
  7. ITALY.

    General La Marmora has published a letter to his electors in which he draws a very gloomy, picture of the present state of Italy. "What," he says, "is our real position? It would be too long and painful to ...

    Article : 298 words
  8. The London Colonial Wool Market.

    February 25.—The arrivals for the first series London public wool sales, which commence on the 27th of of February, comprise up to date—Port Phillip, 39,660 bales; Sydney, 12,241 bales; Adelaide, 19,018; ...

    Article : 761 words
  9. Fenian arrests at Deptford.

    Yesterday afternoon Maurice Littelton," Florence Macarthy, and James Richardson, the three men apprehended at Deptford on a charge of treason-felony, in conspiring together and attempting to administer the ...

    Article : 1,394 words
  10. SCOTLAND.

    An action for brench of promise by Miss Fanny Pugh, against the Hon., William H. Bruco Ogilvy, a brother of the Earl of A'rlie, was tried in the Court of Session, on Tuesday, Janunry 28, before Lord ...

    Article : 559 words
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