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  3. THE PALMER RIVER GOLD-FIELD.

    The following interesting letter appeared in the Courier of Thursday last:— Arrived here on the 24th from the Palmer, and ...

    Article : 3,061 words
  4. (From the Times, December 24.)

    It no doubt simplifies matters to have to deal with an antagonist who will admit no compromises, but still it is startling to hear the fully-developed Roman theory proclaimed to all the world at this crisis with ...

    Article : 480 words
  5. C[?]SARISM AND ULTRAMONTANISM.

    Archbishop Manning's paper upon C[?]sarism and Ultramontanism, published a day or two ago in the Times, is a remarkable document. It pate in the very plainest form the claims made by the Church of Rome, ...

    Article : 1,577 words
  6. A MONASTIC TRAGEDY.

    A remarkable trial (says the Globe of January 6) will be commenced next week before the Criminal Court of Alessandria, in Piedmont. It is a charge against Amalia Menghini and her brother, Guido ...

    Article : 804 words
  7. THE POPE AND ARCHBISHOP LEDOCHOWSKI.

    The following is a translation (from a German version) of the text of the Pope's letter to Archbishop Ledochowski:—"Reverend Brother,—Greeting and apostolic ...

    Article : 719 words
  8. ENGLISHMEN IN AUSTRALIA.

    If the English visitor to Australia can once make up his mind to the transparent paradox of the seasons, there can be few places in the world where he will find himself more thoroughly at home. Of all our ...

    Article : 909 words
  9. BRIGHAM YOUNG'S NINETEENTH WIFE ON MORMONISM.

    Mrs. Ann Eliza Young, the last and recently divorced wife of Brigham Young, told the story of her life at Denver, Colorado, in a public lecture, on the 10th ultimo. Her manner was quiet and ...

    Article : 1,085 words
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