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    The Legislative Council resumed its sittings on Tuesday; chiefly, we understand, for the purpose of passing a Relief Bill for certain Insolvants, who have been long immured within the ...

    Article : 4,525 words
  3. Criminal Court, APRIL 12, 1830.

    Nicholas Crawley, stealing a hat, discharged by proclamation WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1830. George Peart and his wife were put to the bar, charged ...

    Article : 644 words
  4. The Mauritius.

    By the Queen Chat lotte, which arrived on "Wednesd last, we have received the Ma[?] Journals up to the 17th Oct. from which we make the following extracts:- " Accounts from St. Dennis, of the 19th January, state ...

    Article : 366 words
  5. Aborigines.

    It is with great concern we have to record fresh instances of outrage by some of the aboriginal tribes.— On Wednesday last a party made their appearance in hostile array at Mr. Sharland's but, at the Lower Clyde, which they ...

    Article : 241 words
  6. English Hews.

    From the frontiers of Russia it is stated that the peace appears to give little satisfaction to the Russians, when they become acquainted with its conditions and the reserve with which they speak of the result of the war, shews ...

    Article : 2,184 words
  7. Swan River.

    By the arrival of the Wanstead from England, via Swan River, we are enabled to judge of the credit due to the accounts previously promulgated relative to that Settlement. It would but too plainly appear from the description given by ...

    Article : 884 words



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