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  2. GENERAL PRIM.

    "THAT man must be dead to elevated thought and every generous affection, who does not feel indignation and sorrow on considering the tragic close of the great drama of the Spanish revolution, the ...

    Article : 2,337 words
  3. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THE NAMBUCCRA AND BELLINGER RIVERS.

    THIS pretty little river is formed by the junction of the Dargan and Algamera creeks, which take their rise from a range running north and south, with the Nulla Nulla Creek, a tributary of the Macleay ...

    Article : 1,054 words
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  5. MAGAZINES BY THE MAIL.

    THE FORTNIGPTLY REVIEW for January opens with an article on the German Empire, by Professor Von Sybel. The article is written from a German point of view, and is thoroughly German in tone and ...

    Article : 2,571 words
  6. THE BOLLINGEN OR BELLINGER.

    This beautiful little river rises at the foot of the great table-land of New England, receiving the "North Arm, the Little North Arm, the South Arm, and several smaller creeks," which claim ...

    Article : 1,253 words
  7. THE SURRENDER OF SPAIN.

    I. Land of unconquered Pelayo! land of the Cid Campeador! Sea-girdled mother of men! Spain, name of glory and power: ...

    Article : 311 words
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