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  2. THE BUTTERFLY.

    "To use the words of Swammerdam, we see a little insignificant creature distinguished, in its last birth, with qualifications and ornaments, which man, during his stay upon earth, can never even hope to acquire. The butterfly, to enjoy life, needs no other food but the ...

    Article : 373 words
  3. GBEAT PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION AT LAUNCESTON.

    On the forenoon of Saturday some of Mr. Dry's friends proceeded to Evandale, and partook of Mr. Sinclair's hospitality at Clairville. They met Mr. Dry's carriage near the Springs. Mr. Dry then ...

    Article : 2,272 words
  4. THE LATE SIR WILLIAM FOLLETT.

    We have been permitted to publish the correspondence which passed between Sir William Follett and Sir R. Peel, in May last, with respect to the proffered resignation of the Attorney-General. It is highly creditable to ...

    Article : 730 words
  5. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.

    Our last account left Her Majesty at the King of Prussia's palace of Bruhl, on the Rhine. Her Majesty left Bruhl for Bonn at an early hour on Thursday (the 14th), and thence embarked on the Rhine in a steamer ...

    Article : 2,964 words
  6. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

    DOWNING STREET, Aug. 12.—The Queen has been pleased to appoint Andrew Clarke, Esq., late a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army, to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the territory of Western Australia and of its ...

    Article : 42 words
  7. THE ARMY.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Roger Kelsall, on half-pay of the Royal Engineers, has been permitted to retire from the army by the sale of an unattached Lieutenant-Colonelcy, be being about to become a settler in Australia.—London Gazette, ...

    Article : 186 words
  8. SCENE ON BOARD THE TASMANIA CONVICT SHIP.

    As it was expected that the above vessel would sail on Saturday from Kingstown Harbour, a number of persons proceeded to the pier to witness the impressive and melancholy sight. The day was beautiful, the sky was serene, ...

    Article : 1,650 words
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