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    IT had been our intention to review at length the case of Cole v. Hillman, which was tried in the Civil Court last week, but our contemporary has given so full an elucidation of the principle involved, as to ...

    Article : 976 words
  3. To the Editor of the INDEPENDENT JOURNAL.

    SIR,—In the absence of a newspaper edited by Roman Catholics, permit me to intrude on your known impartiality the following observations, for which I request a place in your journal of Friday ...

    Article : 324 words
  4. BURMAH.

    IS IT PEACE?—It will be perceived by the latest intelligence from Burmah, that the rumour which we published five weeks ago, had a better foundation than the camp stories upon which a ...

    Article : 679 words
  5. [?]ork.

    September 19.—We have had most delightful weather lately, and the crops never looked more promising, except in very wet land where the barley has turned yellow, but a few fine days will ...

    Article : 652 words
  6. CHINA.

    As regards the production of tea, we believe that so apathetic, generally, are the natives of the tea growing province, that, whilst a battle might be in, its fury in a ...

    Article : 916 words
  7. Domestic Sayings and Doings.

    One day during the past week the Police were on the alert, in consequence of a report that a Sergeant of Pensioners had made away with himself, it was supposed at the time, by drowning. The man in ...

    Article : 1,030 words
  8. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 852 words
  9. To the Editor of the INDEPEND ENT JOURNAL.

    SIR,—Through the medium of your columns, I take this opportunity of directing the attention of the public, to the miserable system adopted by the Government for carrying on their public works in ...

    Article : 297 words
  10. To the Editor of the INDEPENDENT JOURNAL[?]

    SIR,—Between Beverley and Northam there are fifty thousand acres of land fit for the plough in the bands of private individuals, used as, what in England would be called, "sheep walk." This ...

    Article : 198 words



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