On the 10th the French fleet was off Romsoe, in the Great Belt. The English, on the 7th, off the Gottska Sandoe, north of Gothland. ...Article : 1,933 words
At the Geelong Circuit Court, civil sitting, July 28, an action was brought by Dr. Wm. Bainbridge, of this town, against Mr. James Harrison, the editor and ...Article : 439 words
SINCE last Saturday, all the news which has reached London continues to be of preparations. Sir C. Napier, with fine weather and open water, is proceeding up ...Article : 1,343 words
SIR,—It was with great pleasure I read in your issue of the 2nd instant the proclamation of the Governor, for the observance of a day of fasting and humiliation before God, and I ...Article : 382 words
The Lightning has arrived since I forwarded my despatch. She brings five days later intelligence; but little of importance had transpired. ...Article : 515 words
SIR,—In your summary headed "Portland and Belfast," in your issue of the 22nd July, you say, "the reported new Gold-fields at Mount William, are pronounced a " take in." ...Article : 217 words
Present—Major Wellman, (Chairman,) and the Police Magistrate, who remarked that it was too bod for the magistrates to neglect attending the quarterly meeting of the justices. ...Article : 2,350 words
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