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Local and Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

^oral and §anwsttq Jfntclligeuee. It is supposed that the Preston is not much damaged, and that by the aid of screw-jacks she will be got off. Two men have been left in charge of the vessel. A rusty pair of scissors vras found in her compass box, and, by affecting the compass, is supposed to have caused the accident. To Coebespondests. — As no public purpose would be served by the publication of Mr. Chad bourne's letter, we must decline inserting it. . We have not as yet heard the usual complaints by the wool-carriers of the state of the roads, but, as tbe carts are dropping in tolerably fast the Government may soon expect to have their attention directed to this important subject. ? ?♦- ? His Excellency and staff pressei three of the police horses into their service, two of them being employed to drag the Colonial Secretary's vehicle. Mr. Governor, Mr. Governor, this is wrong, very wrong — wrong in principle. ? ♦ ? Complaints having been made of robberies on board ships in harbour,...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Russia. An imperial manifesto, dated St Peters burg, tbe 2nd of June, otdains that, in case of the decease of the present Emperor, the Grand Duke Constantine shall be Regent during the minority of the Crown Prince. ice i&egeucy is louuuuuue uuriug- iue mi minority of the second son, should the el dest die. The Empress is to be guar dian. The Russian Conscription. — Berlin, Fri day, June 15. — An ukase of the Emperor Alexander annuls all exceptions which have been made in the towns and villages. Per sons up to the age of 37 are liable to serve, and even the only son of a family. It is reported from Gallicia that a large number of French and English prisoners quartered at Odessa have been recently transferred into the interior of Russia by an order from St. Petersburg. Prince Mene chikoff has had conferred en bim the house of the Chef de l'Etat Major of Marine, si tnated in St Petersburg, together with all the accessory buildings and their fittings up, and a right of testament...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
THE BALTIC [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

THE BALTIC The Dantzic correspondent of the London Tiroes, writing on the 8th June, thus des cribes the operatic ns in. the Baltic: — The Bulldog, 6 Commander Alexander C. Gordon, arrived here on the 7th of June, with mails from the fleet, having made the passage from Cronstadt to this anchorage in 61 hours— an incredible short run consider ing the dense fogs she encountered on the way. It appears, however, that, although very unusual at this season of^the year, these fqgs are still prevalent in the Baltic ? The whole of the fleet, consisting of 16 line- \ of-battle-shlps (inclnding three French), 6 frigates, and ten. gunboats, is anchored close up to Cornstadt, forming a perfect line across the 'bay, from shore to shore. With the view of checking more effectually the coast ing trade, which has of late greatly increased in the Gulf of Finland, an order was issued to the fleet, towards the end of last month (leaving, however, adiscretionary power with the commanding officers), to bur...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inquirer & Commercial news. Quid [?] curo et rogo, et [?] in hoc sum WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Quid verum atgue decens, euro et rogo, et onuiis in hoc sum WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1855. ' We this week publish two articles from the South Australian Weekly Dispatch, both of them reflecting upon our superlative Jarrah, aud both of them extatic in favour of the Murray River blue gum and the South Aus tralian red gum. If our timber was really bad, and if the attack of our contemporary was really good, we should have preserved a prudent silence ; but as many of our readers have had opportunities of testing the merits of the different Colonial woods, and all of them will now have an opportunity of ob serving the demerits of the attacking articles, and will safely be enabled to state that the one is sound and the other unsound, we have no hesitation in publishing ths diatribes of our adversary. The subject matter of the first article was briefly alluded to in last week's impression, and we have now to remark upon its success or. It will be perceived that the writer commences with a sem...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

ifa Jtujttirer ^ and -$0mm*rrial Dtos Newspaper & General Printing-office ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. EVEftY DESCRIPTION OF Letter-Press Priaiing EXJGCUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, AT REASONABLE PRICES; The Proprietors being prepared to execute in a workmanlike manner, SHOP-LISTS I BILL-HEADS AUCTION AND POSTING BI1LS, SALE CATALOGUES, Iato atd)[ (©nttlentttt's Carto Both in Letter-press and Copper-Plate. ? In a new and varied assortment of Type, and in such a manner as will ensure giving satisfaction. Notice. ^f^OUNTRY Subscribers and Adverti sers are respectfully informed that all amounts due to The Enquiker to the 30th June last, have now been forwarded to them through post. As the majority are of ma ny years1 standing, the Proprietor deems it but due to himself in requesting that all accounts be immediately paid. The va rious Agents, or the Collector, Mr F. Glaskct, will receive payment, and give re ceipts. The Perth, Fremantle, and Guild ford accounts are also in co...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Native Industry, Swan River Mahagony, and the Gawler Town Railway. SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Native Industry, Swan River Ma hagony, and the Gawler Town Railway. [Adelaide Weekly Dispatch, August ia] SECOND ARTICLE. When we inserted an article'under^the above heading on the 28th of July last, we intended to have returned to the subject much earlier, but were prevented by what we deemed a due regard to the interest of the public. So much of our case was disclosed as to set people a-thinking ; and we felt assured, that if this was once done, 'nothing more was wanting to the^complete success of our scheme. What we objected to, in that ar ticle, was, that, from some^mistaken views or other, both the City and Port Railway Board, had been giving a higher price for pipy, shaky, and otherwise half decayed Swan River timber, than that at which they could have procured good, sound, superior timber, of South Australian growth. This was not to be endured, and we felt quite sure, that if it could once be fairly aud fully placed before Hisa Excellency Sir Richard MacDonneU, and the public...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Successes before Sehastonal. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Successes before Sebastopol The French Government has received the following despatches from General Pe lissier: — Crimea, June 6, 10 rat night. — This day we opened fire against the exterior works, and to-morrow, with the blessing of God, they will be in our po^er. June 7, 11 at night. — At half-past six our signals of attack were thrown out, and in an hour afterwards our eagles floated on the Mameion Vert, and on the two redoubts of the Careening Bay. The enemy's artil lery has fallen into our power, and 400 prisoners are announced. Our legions oc cupy the works that have been taken, and our allies on their side, with their habitual resolution, have taken the works at the quarries, and established themselves there. The troops were admirable for devotedness and gallantry. June 8. — Yesterday evening (the 7th) we took possession of 62 guns in the cap tured redoubts. Thirteen officers were made prisoners Our loss which has net yet been accurately ascertained, is consider nWp as mio-l...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Canrobert's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Canrobert's Farewell. The following is General Canrobert's address to the army ou giving up the command to General Pelissier: — ' Soldiers, — General Pelissier, Commander of the First corps, assumes from this day's date the chief command of the army in the East ' The Emperor, by placing at your head a General accustomed to great commands, grown old in war and in the camn. has wished to erive vou an additional proof of his solicitude, and to prepare still more the successes which, believe me, shortly await your ener getic perseverance ' In leaving the exalted possition where circum stances and the will of the Sovereign had placed me and where you maintained me in the midst of severe trials by your warlike virtues and that confiding de votion with which you never ceased to honour me, I do not separate myself from you; the happiness of taking a closer share in your glorious fatigues and your noble labours has iieeu granted to me, and it is together, under the skilful aud firm guidance ...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passenger Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 31 October 1855

Passenger Act. A bill is now in committee of the House of Com- mons, entitled " The passengers' Act Amendment Bill," the provisions of which will tend materially to the security and comfort of passengers on colo- nial voyages. It is intended to repeal the passen- gers' Act of 1852. The new bill comprises five clauses prefatory — seven clauses describing the ma- chinery of the act; thirtythree clauses relating to matters to be attended to before sailing, number of passengers admissible, fittings, stores, surgeon, &c; thirteen clauses with reference to passengers rights before, during, and after the voyage ; six miscellaneous clauses respecting regulations on board ship, &c ; seventeen clauses relating to passage brokers and. runners ; twelve clauses defining the penalties and legal proceedings under the bill: eight clauses res-   specting voyages from the colonies and to the United Kingdoms. Among the new features are the following: — Every person, twelve...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Prince Albert On Public Affairs [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

Piinee Albert On Public A&iM [From the DaiU ATemA At the annnel dinner of the TrinityCec poradon, on the 9tfa June, at Che Trinity House, His Royal Blghnen. Prinoa Albert prbpoaed the health of Her MajestyV Hi Bisters in the toOowlnc termer- - 'GtnUemeo— Tbe toast whUh I hare to propose to you is that of Her Hsjeaty's JUnislers (Cheers.) 'If there was overn time at which Bariasjost/s GoTsntmeat by whomsonrer ^cmdoetad; required the support— aye, sot $* »PP'* alone, but the epnSueoce, good-will, and tjajMJhj—nt their iellow^ountrjmen, it is surely the pra saM. (hood eheeis.) tt ia not the way to aqooeas to support it, however ardently and caihuaiastioa&y. and at tbe same time to tie down and weaken the bands of those who conduct it. (Cheering.) We an engaged with a mlgbty. enemy, who is using against as all those wonderful powers which have sprung up aader tbe generating loSaonos of our liberty and our drilixstion. Tea And I him with ail that fore* which unity of poj ...

Publication Title: Inquirer & Commercial News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
RUSSIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

EU88IAK BTATIBTICa The total acreage of RunUn Proper it ifiSBfiOSfiSl 1 of which 611, 778,027 an W«n-i0 4bVW1 *inr*aW*aaVinarf. laanTjlaMal %ltA ll 111 filial' biied. Of the remainder, iSSJHSfilt acre* an in timber 1 241,90S£61 belonging U tla Crown, 112, 953^10 10 private p-. eon*, aad B9, 188^42 to mnniripalifi**, Sill, 387,516 acres, or anrcely etavearbtb of the whole aroa,coesiM of armbkaoil) and 107, 971, 138 an meadow. On the former, 67, 419,156 quarter* of wheit 1 97,873,193 quarter* of sort* of grain 1 sod 12,7^2.474, quarter* of poUtoti wire produced, or reported to be produced, lolMBiaod in the same year there wat said to be in Bat sia 17,466,503 hone*. 21,228^*0 homed cattle, and about 28 «ulliou* of tbaep. la 1847, thi* Urge euruee contained 68,1*7, ISO inhabitants. In all Uueaiw cUin the Ji*proportion of the tezo* i* ooe of th* most clwtgreeabla features. St. Peters burgh, for instance, ba* a population 481, U27butoflt only 164, 174 an famale*. In Moscow, when the. popu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Review. POETESSES AND POETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

Stcinr. POETESSES AND POETS. Frama aad Slutckujrom Mtmory. By TBonta*. C. L. Wut, AuthonWof '1 Summer Visit to Inland.* LayiefLmaMdHmitm, JJtgtuto, Lynn, ewd etiur Aeau. By Emjioa Dabbt. Author of 'The Sweet SoaOi. EduHscftlufVar.aadetMcrPkxa*. By Hum Skwsu. 810m, Author of the 'Vale of lanherne.' Whenerer a woman tit* down to write oJialleetedly from tbe heart, ab* it certain of produeuig what will be worth reading. It may not be Teryaablime or rerysaiE. ing, bat at the espreuioo. of that delicate ?eosibilitT, which u never entirely wanting even in die bom depraved, it comet to male reader* tspecUIIy a* a now page in the history of human passion. Man. too often write from the head : women, if they an true women, write from the heart. Mat cnline a* George Sand b aaid to bt u dreu and manueis, wa could never mistake her work* fcr those of a man. And why? Hot cdytMcaan she probasmon deeply than aay male writer can do, tb* mysteries of tin taoala breait. bat becta** then bin them ell u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

? -Suius. ? .,'?.-? ? WsswssaetsssihwtsvsssateishtlsMsw*. «Mtl^l.«***hbMl.k^Ss*.tsjMfct'5. ?b»ofriul| iiimmH MaWtesTs^MlsfM ^mdA.^^mmtfmkmmmm^ ?»U»-1 a saar. WitMsf skweaasksWaa caakars iWabMrslalrki. Tin dilkuk^j sisMa 1*1 nosi|«lln»inidi«i.ilMiMr«MaMt«fsM^. haoatty au»» ? u^mmM -i-T—imlmk ' prL^RBSSr'1 «-*Ofc-.«J «*V™'*i Bass lfitia ?— . 1 Cssr SraiTMsti^-gwe'ii, 1st aria*. G.Goachi Hats. gaJ, ditto, J. CHtA Buu*.—¥. WhHnsId, Im arias | J.tMd 8od ditto. ... . . CowL—lst aal 9ai priaM, F. WUaVU. BSu&JmW^^yV. «. Wcaroi :'*fje, ..;?,;'«'? , ?' BaxanooEwsLSo. ? \ Bon IWW.ilr,^, ltj.,:.. \ Sow-— A. Warna. - Franci. trttl, JlwasittlfcUtrpa, f»ta«s*tajrvi*Bd*tada^bsba»lawJr

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Oasse. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

CSBIf. ^uto* *1 th* **M*f ear Mhsaiawilaakv arts ak. *as,whkkc«aaB*skl*eMaas-, ? MMMlyl llfcMlly. TW-*M«fM»*J. S1^L*?S '? ?«??»?-«'?»-«.**, ?ksMwsMsaf SMMMkarwh* wwatswa taawM work.MM*,.^-»M4-»-i, w~ ?wo/al mj a Sswl aasaa «*»as**BKa*waW. aaa l-liMMilM.hhhk.«-, mmm^SmL ^'— ''?aiTJtsla'MT?*'* *'''?'?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

? —. ?—?=-- jv. [ADTasnnitssT.}— Holioieafi POU, ?o onfailing Bemedy for all diacrderj of the Cheat and Lung*.— Oiirer Thorn**, of Say moor, Melbourne, wu» certainly in a meat n-oMdeplor*Ue.*tatear bealUidiirtyweek* ago; hi* bug*, ao tbe dodon told him, werecocapletelygoae, hit ebeat, and in fact hi* body generally, bad acartsly an atom of flesh on it, ao thin had bo become. In ad dition to thi*, be had a cough which com pletely (book him to piece* (tbate are hi* own word*) ; he baa written ProfetMr Hol loway, that all the*© complaint* ban been remorod by UoUoway'* Filh, after be bad uod them for Mren wsok* aad two day*, and he now feel* bettor than erer be did. in hit life. Theae pill* will readily remove all diaoue* of the clomaeh ami bowel*.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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War Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

War Item*. eatelied wOl be ready roraeura Mrrice la abost SSS die. of the eomou-nU7. The officon, pTtiaJirly the Junittn. sre mUo Oermen»-Oe». S^^^u^sndMhilasMin ueirowaaom Son ^eroveer tm itwouwAdAon Io tie Wu Minder. The Bsna oiBUtaenbeiov. who h to£acujB j kiaeaaal tbe profeiM»i of ana ^TandrV oSdct Oder Sir De Lnr Knm. «h«- to wrmlwicL o»id-taUecmliit iron, uteeehs puaaa imo tin l'tuiu enij.aemag is anillerj, LuTBrindilesiooaSotn, hsmig coaunudsd lbs csTiltr brigvle ta mat fa» Tiiil Fo7«ro» lMto*.—aSgoUmi JW^li— Tbt sractioa of lha woo*« haw ageiaf oo rspldU-. satettedlnouMefUast. Os-*ian.BJI,**d tuiliubputrofsupsn. There are io be tmss psnu Juaea ofhau, sseb io raesiu of Uurtr trat-. Of i»-e am nUv i««t-« «? ?**'*! ?udMd. -4 u. ta«j »« h.-wapV«l »/ .assiwMk. Ta* hsti *n owodiosi sa4 isosit. b««Mf OOfaB tec, u tat ??**. sndC fc«Hfh. Vr-l*V^ mb u* iabakiuais s* la Ik* bwsg tfkpewl io uksT uUfcn is meir heaws, Ufmi^hH *«? faud far «V0OO eua ante very brouibl* oondl '?I *? «n*i «»J...

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SHIP MAILS. General Post Office, Perth. 6th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

?„? SHIP MAILS. «Sf O**nlP-tQ/U».P*rtl. aUb wffl b. naa* ?patttwoffka.faEng. 1 — 1 — 1 1— *~ k_ Colew**,onn*o«an'aei*t, 8tknML,at3 pjn, fetnnamaaioabythe Sf aaWOn^wMlubid*. A.HELMICH,

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

cShtdtinj Jnttllijmu;*. ucintn. On (ba 3rd oTNot.— Cotter JfosrMM, Cnke, not*-, bom Bonbury; 0V30-SS catka wk*l* On tha 6th.— Cattar £-%, Aadenon, omUt, ftoBKorUiward , cargo rourlrygag from wrack of ta* cute AyTod SO pieV 'baadu*. 3 pin* beards » m and 4 (pan picked sp on tb* bwca. (ktb. 30th of Pot e&ocmr Pnnvmwm*, Poj.BiMUr, tor ChMapiea Btyaad EurtOngory; lyetBgen Mr. R fcWt. Mr. Bmoatt, J. llo Xaraon, IL BUekw*!], and 8. Bnkx , cargo, 1 hhd.3 caaM bMr, 8 baga ngar, U do. «omV3 do. latftoweco, C8 piecM tmiber. 18,000 ?nmgla*, 3 caak viaaear. t batM aoap and xisdne*. W»ot.— Brig newVw. WulUna, umUt, Ar Adthid«i_rMMangrra Mr, Ibtudlti. Hc^llM»V^efcott,mdM.eWnaon,Jfam.Wu b-»aa*cbuaruitbacabin); «DdMrm.OComior aal Scbildna, HnBoarkeaadS rkudna, *ergt ImIob, wib nd Sekildnni aanrL Maaamc. wife ?MlSehildnii, aHatSdd, wntandTSudrai, 3. Joom. will and S cbildnai J. Cannoo, wife aad deagbUri J. Prime, wife end 3 driUna, Jeha M&*. im. Beer**. Viet Nobn, AgnM llai;lry.CbMMi...

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Lord Palm[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

tMi\HiMMvA. *-C I At XbeLoa4oa AaasiUtratTr*' fifi *»-'* —1-Mi—UjU anaerflZl' b-r. '^a h*M^LZ2Z£ JC P«prna thai tht*. tea «*aat I* tee st will easar* tar«aa- anrs aaJaaataansar oo»doe«tarth«fatan.*(na»7r ^?laaaajylaaaraaaan aaManal «a ?» th*ttan*f the tint y»J'»*» I wst trtatniiti at no *l««Uran-JMln«l0nar« 'Hf1 t,tSm totkatmaW We. tw ^mtumj *t *m* TTiSiS^1 * '* °-** —^ wail prarUtd wkb i»ajlka- aaaaaaal n-- eoaiVteaat^iivi^'ATt^laMSn,,. the other *ne, we an ladle ytfSmi ?abjand I* anay atber t ? lm O»r|imftnnaitttiny-jMii k aa«k- -*, *tta«|MiatWa«-.th|wlllltlaT« jtaro dutdybna(hlt-*atevtiiMbtsti*ta.et- *? ? '1 i^ltatilfttlMlaaiiilairaj |M| X'^K^inilnT^^' Aanattsttfrntlattofitrti'SetanW. ? pot. by . epMU tsnMnn eflht at«a«atr, OTQMnYanvtaieate'ijtJSfrt. , rWvaott.eamtothten^.Ma* j tfaanttrta nil ??Illlll 1^—llTlni I Uthe wtlitln wlwm wntmmA It *?» ?iij, analt* oae -wtr| alM tttkt «*et ? aMiuhsnakatkArayaWaaa t rntX, aa that we aaaldetta *ww, If we wen m tk *itfmi,mk rntt ttlmm. 9m ?...

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Indian Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 7 November 1855

IndinMi Bailwsra. BrjBKX,in ooe of bit numiicent ?p«*abet on FozT* India, BID*, declared thu 'if wa were to be drireB -addeoly out of lull*, no thing -would remain to teU that It had been ponotted during the ingurioo* period of oar dominion, by anything better thu tbe onrug-OBUiigor the tiger.' SiooohUdaT. bowerer,— partly perh*p. in Miuequencs of hi* fiery declamation— 'we iavt erected chnrche*, licepiul*, palace*, ud tehool* 1 boflt bridge*, made rotdt, oat uTigalioot, aaddngoutmarroir*.- And now, lirout- Mripping eren bi» Mgaeity, wa bare Ud down lisnofeleetrie »elegraoo, by which the d*w» brought by the mail (ton London to Bombay i* romrnnnicated to all the Pre Bdenoiea. ia IbtM or four boor* j and to e«ow» all, one of the ablest governor* whom India bu erer lean inaBgurated tbe open ing oT« railroad ftwoCaleottatoBurdwma (about 1S5 DiLa), which wit to be extended ?loog tho Tiller of tbe GangM to Fwh awur, on tbe N. W. Frontier, at the very foot of the Himalaya. Thatbrna only s ...

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