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  2. PRESENTED AT COURT.

    So much has been said and written respecting the volunteer levee, on Wednesday last, that it has been with the greatest difficulty we have persuaded an eye-witness to undertake the ...

    Article : 1,493 words
  3. OUR LANDS, GOLD FIELDDS, AND ROADS.

    IT appears from Colonel Freeling's report, that our neighbours in Victoria are close aboard of our Kiandra diggings, the distance from Beechworth to the classic ground of Lobb's ...

    Article : 1,177 words
  4. THE UNEXPLORED REGIONS OF CENTRAL AMERICA.

    A PAPER of more than usual interest was read before the Historical Society, at its last monthly meeting, by Hon. E. G. Squier, on " The Unexplored regions of Central America." The ...

    Article : 1,613 words
  5. THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE.

    THIS trade is now being carried on with renewed vigour. The demand for labourers in Cuba seems inexhaustible. Cargo upon cargo of Africans is landed upon that island; vessels ...

    Article : 3,641 words
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