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    It is strictly within usage, that at this particular season, an Editor of a Newspaper may say something of himself and his concerns, especially when, as in our case, there is a very ...

    Article : 6,470 words
  3. Christmas.

    So now is come our joyful feast, Let every man be jolly— Each room in gayest trim be drest, And let loose fun and folly. ...

    Article : 300 words
  4. Universal Education.

    Education, however, in its proper sense, is an enlarged and comprehensive term. It does not mean the meretaition of the mind—a tuitio[?] which has hitherto been under the sway of innumerable arbitiary restrictions; it comprehends corporal ...

    Article : 365 words
  5. Afflicting Vicissitudes.

    Amongst the next batch of convicts ordered for Botany Bay, is a female, the natural daughter of a Scotch Nobleman. The history of her sufferings, from the moment she placed herself under the protection of a husband, is strange in the extreme. ...

    Article : 185 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 377 words
  7. British News.

    The brig Deveron, which sailed on the 17th July, brings [?] papers of a later date than those already in the Colony. The King, we are happy to say, was enjoying good health and his favourite amusements in Windsor Park and Virginia ...

    Article : 796 words
  8. Auction Duties.

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced on Friday, July 31st, his intention of abandoning the Auction Duties bill "for the present session." In expressing our satisfaction at this miscarriage of a severe and impolitic bill, we must add a ...

    Article : 290 words
  9. Mark Supple & Speaker Addington.

    [This story, which we give from the Atlas, we have seen in print five and twenty years ago. In these matters, however, most of the merit lies in the telling.] "Mark Supple was a reporter to the Morning chronicle. ...

    Article : 539 words
  10. Botany of the Cape of Good Hope.

    [?]. Eckion, a zealous botanist, who hold the situation of Assistant Apothecary at the Cape ofGood Hope, has published a topographical catalogue of his collection of plants, consisting of 2800 species, in which there are not less than 375 of the ...

    Article : 213 words
  11. Growth of the Russian Empire.

    Under Ivan I, in 1462, the Russian Empire contained 18,404 square miles; at his decease in 1506, 37,137; at the death of Ivan II, in 1584, 125,465; at the death ot Michiel I, in 1645, 254,361; on the accession of Peter I, in 16[?]9, 26[?],900 square ...

    Article : 173 words
  12. Notes on Science.

    We have seldom known the French so enthusiastic about science as they are at present. Acadamecians skilful in every branch, hurry away in parties to investigate hidden subjects, and explore unknown countries. M. Champollion, with his ...

    Article : 704 words
  13. Christmas Pudding.

    The following are the ingreaims and quantities which constituted the pudding served up to the [?] of the workhouse of the parish of Lambeth, on last Christmas[?]. The number of persons who partook of this dish amounted to between 700 and ...

    Article : 154 words



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