On the 16th April 1861, being a calm fine sunny day, and under the lee of White Island, to the south-eastward; I determined to visit that far-famed safety valve of this part of the ...Article : 1,589 words
The Lachlan Miner of the 19th ult., publishes a letter from that incorrigible desperado Gardner, with the annexed endorsement as to its authenticity:— ...Article : 639 words
Mr. Disraeli retains the excellencies as well as the defects of an almost extinct generation. If he is mysterious on subjects which are universally understood and if he uniformly ...Article : 754 words
If we might hint at the possibility of there being any defect in the character of John Bull at Home, we should feel inclined to suggest that he too frequently manifests a contempt of ...Article : 840 words
We, Yeoman, find in Chambers's Journal for April last an article on Lamp Accidents. Like the explosive oils which it would not condemn, the article itself is a strange mixture of what ...Article : 1,621 words
The Sydney Morning Herald of the 6th instant, contains a long advertisement from Mr. Bentley the husband of a professional pianiste detailing how his wife had been prosecuted, ...Article : 879 words
If a sheep farmer is troubled with the disease called foot-rot, and is curious enough to inquire "What is it?" let him consult any author on the subject, and he will be told a tale ...Article : 1,271 words
It has often been said, that in the absence of political liberty no municipal or religious freedom, however humble its sphere, is safe. Our contemporary history gives the most ...Article : 604 words
The Paris journals, of Friday, contain accounts of the opening of the Exhibition on Thursday, from the pen of their "own" correspondents. In the Debata the description is ...Article : 648 words
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