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  2. MEMOIRS.

    EARL GREY.—The family of Grey, or De Groy, has been long settled in the north of England, and manors have appertained to it in the county of Northumberland, from the period of the ...

    Article : 1,304 words
  3. MISCELLANEA.

    HAWKING.—Under the date of March 3, 1793, there is a communication in the Gentleman's Magazine, from which and from a previous account, it appears that in the preceding September ...

    Article : 1,930 words
  4. SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The Council, upon its assembling, was composed of the following members:—His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Arthur, Mr. Secretary Burnett, The Chief Justice Pedder, The Colonial ...

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