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  2. Latest English News.

    The mary A[?]ne, captain HAPTON, which arrived on Monday from England, left Plymouth the 2d of june On ber passage, she put in for water at Table Bay, on the 4th of September, Four days previously, the shep jessie had ...

    Article : 1,390 words
  3. Ministerial Cianges.

    " The official changes which have taken place since our last, publication are more numerous than"we red our readers toanticlpate. The Earl'of Rosslyn is appointed Lord Privy Seal, and is expected to have a Seat in the Cabint. Sir William ...

    Article : 240 words

    it is suspected in well-informed quarters, that the Russians have sustained A Severe, if not momentous check in some late conflict, or series of conflicts with the Turks. Whether the ambition of the Court of St. Petersburgh be sooner or later ...

    Article : 1,790 words
  5. Smiles and Tears.

    Both smils and tears belong to joy,[?] And both belong to sorrow; To youth, to age, to mau, to boy, [?] And woman's charm they borrow [?] ...

    Article : 270 words
  6. House of Commons--June 1.

    Nr. jones presented a petition from Lieut.-General Thornton, praying the House to adopt measures for enforcing the performance of Divine Worship, morning and evening, on Sundays, in every Parish Church in England and Ireland, in ...

    Article : 658 words
  7. Shipwrecks.

    By the arrival of the ship Captain, Hawkins, from Swan River, we regret to learn that the ship Swiftsure, Captain Johnstone, which sailed from this port the 3d of May, lastly from Sydney, bound for Batavia or the Manritios; the ...

    Article : 901 words
  8. Ireland.

    The subject of poor laws occupies much of the public attention. One of the greatest difficulties tn Ireland will be to devise the proper machinery; but it, is absolutely necessary to grapple with the evil. The cries of distress from almost every ...

    Article : 349 words

    me remaining part of the Government herd of horned cattle, will be offered for sale by public auction, at Ross Market place, on Wednesday the 18th November next. For the accommodation ot buyers, the cattle will be put up in smal[?]ots, on ...

    Article : 584 words
  10. Death of Sir Humphry Davy.

    This great man has, at length, paid the debt to nature. The account has reached us from a source which leaves no doubt as to its authenticity. It is contained in a letter from Geneva, from a distinguished friend of Sir Humphry. ...

    Article : 176 words
  11. Public Distress—Currency.

    On the 4th of June, during a debate in the House of Commons on the above topics, the following remarks fell from Mr. Huskisson:- Mr. Huskisson contended that colonization ought to be ...

    Article : 166 words
  12. Reform of Parliament.

    The Marquis of Blandford brought forward two resolutions on the subject of Parliamentary Reform, on Tuesday night, grounded on the apprehension that the Catholic party might purchase up those rotten seats, and thereby invest themselves ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. Drought at the Cape.

    Extract of a letter, dated Cradock, August 10, 1829:—" It is along time since I have given you any news from this re mote, and nearly forgotten part of the Colony. I am sorry to say it is just as dry as when I wrote to you about a year ago; ...

    Article : 230 words
  14. King's College.

    A meeting of the subscriber and donors.of this Institution took place at Free Masons' Hall, his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury in the chair. Eleven other Bishops and several Noblemen and Gentlemen, chiefly of the Clergy were ...

    Article : 110 words



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