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    The House of Lords met to-day for the purpose of proceeding to Buckingham Palace to present the address moved by the Archbishop of Canterbury, on the subject of national education, ...

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    Port Phillip papers to the 6th of November have been received. The David Clarke had arrived from Leith with 230 emigrants. A Mechanics' Institution was in progress of ...

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    New York papers, by the Garrick, were received last night. The dates are to the 26th of June. The chief article of interest they contain, is the trial of William Lyon Mackenzie, before ...

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    In this case it appeared that the jury had omitted to find, in the special verdict returned by them at the last sittings, lease, entry, and ouster, three facts which were admitted at the trial by the defendant, and which are only ...

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  6. INDIA.

    We have already mentioned, on the authority of the Delhi Gazette, that the army of the Indus had marched from Candahar to Cabul. We now learn by letters from our own correspondents that it was expected the army would reach ...

    Article : 455 words

    Wheat 14s to 18s, oats 6s to 7s per bushel; flour, first quality, 52s, second 50s, ration 42s per 1001bs. LAUNCESTON MAILS. To England, per Cygnet, on Monday, the 9th ...

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  8. Shipping Intelligence.

    November 18—the brig Hamilton, 250tons, Bradbury, from New Zealand and Port Phillip, Henty & Co., agents —four passengers. 19—the cutter Domain, 24 tons, Kennedy, from Port ...

    Article : 90 words
  9. SYDNEY.

    WE have just received Sydney papers to the 9th of this month. The trial of the two men for assaulting Miss Byrne had taken place, and they had been found guilty of a common assault, and ...

    Article : 611 words
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