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    Mr. HAWKSLEY apologised for the absence of several gentlemen who promised to be present to take a part in the business of the evening, and read a note from Dr.Lang, M.L.C, in which that ...

    Article : 1,697 words
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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 164 words
  5. POLICE OFFICE.—WEDNESDAY.

    Before the Police Magistrate, O'Neil Brenan, Esq., and John M'Lerie, Esq. STEALING.-William Pugh was committed for trial, on a charge of a stealing twenty-six files, ...

    Article : 380 words
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    PRISON EGOTISM.—The state of mind into which a man is brought who is the lonely inhabitant of his own small world, and who is only visited by certain regular visitors, ...

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    SOMETHING REMARKABLE.—At about seven o'clock last evening, there was not one name either on the drunkards or free list, and only about halt-a dozen on the summons list, at the Receiving ...

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  8. POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE.

    To live in vain! to live in pain! To toil in hopeless sadness! Is this the doom of Godlike man, Oh, God of Love and Gladness? ...

    Article : 165 words
  9. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR—The Fidus Achates of the Census, Mr. M'Lerie, Mr. Miles, Mr. Venour, or Mr. Campbell, all of whom in their magisterial or clerical character, have figured rather conspicuously of late, ...

    Article : 252 words
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