The all but certainty of and European war, and the chance at least that England maybe forced to take part in it, renders the means of protection possessed by our country a matter of considerable ...Article : 599 words
Eavesdroppers occasionally hear something new as well as important; and though the practice is one of those things which I hold in the greatest I contempt and abhorrence, I declare most solemnly ...Article : 3,195 words
The Governor of New Zealand and Hone Heke have been hobnobbing together ! The " Field of the Cloth of Gold," and the Festive visit of the I Queen of England to the Chateau d'Eu, will not ...Article : 827 words
It is with the greatest pleasure that we announce the safe arrival of the last and most illustrious instalment of the "Royal fugitive" on these shores. For a whole week the ex-King of ...Article : 1,359 words
Mr Stafford had a question to put to the right hon. gentleman the Secretary for the Home Department of which he had given him notice. His question related to the summary expulsion of ...Article : 755 words
Oh dear, what a tempest, oh dear, oh dear, Is raging up northward, we hear from there. Old Europe boils over like stout bottled beer 'Tis well we are out on't so clear, down here ...Article : 348 words
As the season is at hand, when, in all probability, a number of sheep will be sold throughout the colony, for boiling down and general consumption, it is not out of place here ...Article : 427 words
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Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), Sat 1 Jul 1848, Page 1
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