Sir William'Donison has paid his farewell visit to Launcoaton; aind,I "am sure it will never be obliterated from his remembrance. For years post the'people of the porthern side of the Island have ...Article : 7,462 words
The Bank of England, as a' public institution,' retains a high character, be cause we have been so 'repeatedly told of the services it lins rendered. Its ...Article : 1,206 words
We congratulate the House of Commons and the country on the inquiry which has recently taken place before a Parliamentary Committee on public houses, and on the recommendation the ...Article : 1,353 words
THE REV. B. DHAKE:— Letters have been recived from this gentleman, at nouneing his arrival in England on 21st July,—Launc[?]ton Eximiner.. ...Article : 67 words
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