A writer in St. Pauls, irritated at the very slight tendency the working electors have displayed towards starting a policy of their own, accounts for their acquiescence in middle-class ...Article : 1,866 words
The Rev. John Whiteley, of Taranaki, New Zealand, writing on the 30th of September, gives us a sad picture of the state of affairs in that colony, where he has for many years ...Article : 2,129 words
SIR,—I have read in your paper of this morning a copy of the petition, which is stated to have been taken to Government House by (amongst others)Messrs. Cox and Gellibrand, two ...Article : 734 words
A gentleman, who has had, an extensive medical practice in Victoria for the last fifteen years, and is now in Scotland on a visit, thus delivers himself of his impressions. It will be ...Article : 788 words
The name of John Bright is as familiar as a household word to the people of Great Britain, and to him and to his Parliamentary chief the tailing millions of our countrymen look with ...Article : 1,806 words
We take the following interesting narrative from the Maryborough Chronicle (Queensland) of the 25th March:—"Auother affecting proof of the humane and kind instincts of the ...Article : 698 words
The lamentable results which attended the crisis of 1866 have done much to bring into popular discredit the principle of limited liability. A great proportion of the losses then incurred, ...Article : 1,191 words
SIR,—Notwithstanding the endeavours of the leading press to bring on to a successful issue the vexed question of a public library, no hopes are as yet hold out of any satisfactory conclusion ...Article : 381 words
Mr. Fenwick, the chief constable of Chester, has written to The Times a most interesting letter on the subject of crime and criminals. Most people, ho say's, are ignorant of the fact ...Article : 762 words
Some important resolutions in connexion with the racing of two-year-olds, will be brought before the Jockey Club by Sir Joseph Hawley at a meeting to be held in London about the time ...Article : 516 words
Fow things are so serious that they have not a comic side to them, and oven the small-pox alarm is capable of becoming a subject of amusement, as the following anecdote will ...Article : 532 words
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