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  2. ENGLAND.

    FROM the following, it would seem that the progress of the Asiatic cholera is exciting attention and alarm—let us hope that the dire calamity Trill be speedily averted:— ...

    Article : 895 words
  3. LATEST FROM IRELAND.

    ON Friday, November 3rd, the Dublin correspondent of the Evening Mail, wrote as follows respecting the Stale Trials:— "Contrary to general expectation, Mr. Richard ...

    Article : 373 words
  4. POLICE REPORT.

    Mr. Francis Evens (who officiated for the Police Magistrate) opened the proceedings of the day, by investigating sundry cases of bacchanalianism which were dealt with in the usual summary mode, and with ...

    Article : 1,605 words
  5. FACETIÆ.

    MODEL EDITOR.—We have tasted Dick's bottled Edinburgh Ale, sold by Messrs. D. Tellett and Co., and can pronounce it excellent: a good hearty swig in this hot weather is worth all the cold water of the Amazons, ...

    Article : 1,288 words
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