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  • LITTLE TOMBOY.

    OH Jack! are you up in the hayloft? I'm going up there too! I'm, tired of being a lady—I'd rather have fun with you! ... [Article] (333 words)
  • DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER I. "Daffodils That come before the swallow dares, and take The winds of March with beauty."

    IT Was a windy afternoon in the middle of March, and the rocks in the high tops of the great [?]lms cawed incessantly as they swung to and fro, or took rapid flights across the broad ... [Article] (1704 words)
  • THE GREELY EXPEDITION. Shocking Revelations.

    THE New York Times publishes a statement to the effect that the reports made to the Navy Department by the officers engaged in the Greely Relief Expedition shows that starvation drove the survivors of ... [Article] (594 words)
  • FLYING MACHINES.

    IN an article on Flying Machines, in Knowledge, Mr. R. A. Proctor says:— It may be remarked, indeed that the art of flying, if it is ever attained, will probably be arrived at by ... [Article] (418 words)
  • HINTS FOR THE FAMILY SCRAP BOOK.

    NEVER use soda in washing counterpane. Indian ink improves with age, but it must be kept dry. Bottled wind and beer should be kept on their ... [Article] (338 words)

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