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  2. Local Intelligence.

    BOSH LAW.—Mr. Jamas'Walker, of O'Connell, appeared before the bench on Monday last to answer a charge preferred against him by the Chief Constable of suffering two saddle horses to stray ...

    Article : 970 words

    On Clause I being read, Mr. S. Crawford observed that he thought a measure similar to this would be most advantageous to Ireland,for there was great similarity in the ...

    Article : 566 words
  4. TURON.

    A Public Meeting to consider the present system of Gold Licenses, was convened at Sbfala,on Saturday afternoon., Between about two and three thousand diggers assembled. The meeting lasted ...

    Article : 1,302 words

    Mr. Henley wished to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether. the attention of the Government had been, directed to the first report of the Select Committee on Steam Communication with ...

    Article : 1,370 words
  6. English Nibls.

    We have received, via Port Phillip, English papers to the 1st: August, and baston to present our readers with the leading news they contain. Parliament was to be prorogued by the Queen The Eeclesstastical Bill, had Wan read a third time and passed in tin Mouse of Lords. On the same day three of this new Roman Catholic Bishops were consecrated. ...

    Article : 555 words



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