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    '... a lie which is half a truth is ever the blackest of lies.' TENNYSON. After Aubrey's departure how long and ...

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  3. Sketcher

    To Venice. the "Queen of the Adriatic," belongs the honor of having established the first public bank of which any record can be found, such an institution being unknown to ...

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    '... such is our real weakness, that we often rather believe and speak evil of others than good.—Thomas a Kempis. Fortunately for Helen Grey she did not ...

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  5. The Pulse.

    The blood is in a etate of constant circulartion through the system, propelled by the heart through the arteries and returned to the same organ through the veins. The ...

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  6. The Travelling Invalid.

    The travelling invalid seems to be under the protection of a special Providence. He comes [?] out of the most manifest perils. With a faith that would do credit to ...

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  7. Mechanism of the Heart.

    Now the American idea of treating the heart when it is diseased from overwotk is to stop the bad food and give good food. Nature will then remove from the ...

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