March 5—The barque Athenian, 679 tons. W. H. Taylor, from London and Plymouth. Passengers Mr and Mrs Maitland Mr and Mrs Nias and family, Mr and Mrs Hardcastle and family, ...Article : 706 words
WE have been favored with a fear Honkong papers to the 9th December. They contain nothing of interest, except some additional particulars of the mutiny and murders by ...Article : 65 words
COLONEL ROBE.—From the Hongkong Gazette of December 9, it appears Colonel Robe had arrived at that place from Shanghai, in a vessel called the Sylph. ...Article : 973 words
Mails will be despatched as under— For Great Britain, by the Marien, to Ceylon and Overland, on Saturday, the 10th instant at three o'clock; by the Jane, to London, ...Article : 192 words
"A COLONIST" is in type, but must stand over till our next; as also several articles, Law and Police Reports, &c. ...Article : 25 words
WE are of opinion that the discussion of this question is far more important than the public generally have hitherto supposed, chiefly because there is much greater danger ...Article : 6,313 words
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