Among the recent triumphs of Constitutional Government has been the growth of the right of debate in the University of Oxford. In old times the mysterious oligarchical conclave called ...Article : 1,750 words
Suppose England should take in dudgeon the seizure by Captain Wilkes of the two rebel Commissioners from the deck of a British steampacket—suppose she should demand an apology ...Article : 1,628 words
Via California, we have news from the city of Mexico to the 10th of October. Touching on political matters, the Alta's correspondent remarks:—The protest signed by about ...Article : 875 words
Having dismissed the members of the two Chambers, Napoleon completed his preparations on the same Sunday evening, took leave of his Ministers, gave his last instructions for the ...Article : 780 words
NEW MINES.—The Bulletin is furnished with Victoria papers to the 1st. inst. The British Columbia (New Westminster, B. C.) says:—" From a letter written by Mr. M'Lean, of Kamloops, we ...Article : 1,072 words
We have been favoured with a copy of the proceedings which took place at the last anniversary meeting of the Royal Geographical Society, on which occasion Sir Roderick Murchison, after ...Article : 1,281 words
We have San Francisco papers to the 28th of November. The Alta California of that date says:—To-day has been set apart by the Governor for thanksgiving ...Article : 2,100 words
DEATH OF THE COLONIAL TREASURER.—The death of the Hon. Harry Rivers will by no means take the colonists by surprise. By his own family he will be deeply and deservedly mourned, and by ...Article : 586 words
In a series of war sketches by a Northern Ranger, published in a New York paper, the following thrilling adventure of a spy in the Confederate lines is related:— ...Article : 1,156 words
PRIZE ESSAYS.—A premium of £50 is offered by the Government of Vancouver Island for an essay which shall be adjudged to set forth, in the clearest and most comprehensive manner, the capabilities ...Article : 114 words
All the blustering which has kept Panama in a constant fever for the past fow months appears, at length—as we all along surmised—to have quietly died out, without even a street row having occurred ...Article : 146 words
The Royal Mail steamer Waldensian arrived at Port Elizabeth on Thursday morning. The papers are to the 1st instant. The Telegraph gives the following summary ...Article : 366 words
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