As will be seen by our Victorian news, the Real Properly Act, introduced by Mr. Torrens into the South Australian Legislature some two years and a half ago, and after a most ...Article : 1,487 words
IN a paper read before the Social Science Association, at Bradford, Sir J. Kay-Shuttleworth up folded, so far as his limits would permit, the magnificient record of English progress. He ...Article : 1,627 words
CAPTAIN Douglas Galton's report on the Rail ways of the United Kingdom for 1858, although exhibiting an amount of railway enteprise below the average of many years, is, as usual, an ...Article : 1,107 words
SIR,—As an inhabitant of Surrey I naturally look with great interest to the progress of the County Rifle Gorps, from whose courage and military skill I expect protection in case of in ...Article : 1,194 words
THE first day of the Now Year will witness the commencement of a system from which a most valuable accession to the defences of the country is anticipated. We may say, indeed, ...Article : 1,491 words
WE have recently from time to time announced the appointment of officers to various ships about to form part of the expedition to China. It may be presumed, therefore, that the time is ...Article : 1,833 words
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