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  2. The Easting Down.

    'Tis many a day since we sailed away From Old England, white with snow, And saw in the night the Lizard light Afar in the darkness glow; ...

    Article : 456 words
  3. The Mutiny of the Bounty.

    THE savages though defeated were by no means disheartened. They rose again in revolt against their oppressors. In a bloody conflict five of the whites were slain. Christian was the first to ...

    Article : 1,784 words
  4. "The Californian."

    WHATEVER may be said of American newspapers, America bids fair to attain eminence in the matter of magazines. The second number of the Californian worthily ...

    Article : 1,889 words
  5. Guns of the Period.

    SINCE the adoption of rifled guns by the civilised nations of the world many millions of pounds have been spent on these costly engines of destruction. The various systems have their ...

    Article : 1,336 words
  6. Mark Twain and Dan De Quille.

    THE Carson Appeal prints the following:— It was nearly twenty years ago when Dan Do Quille and Mark Twain attempted to start a paper in Mendocino County. They took the ...

    Article : 1,327 words
  7. A Scotchman's Views of Brisbane.

    A LETTER from Bob Scottie to his brother Sandy in Scotland, containing the views of the former upon Brisbane, its general aspect, houses, people, roads, climate, &c.:— ...

    Article : 2,943 words
  8. Chinese Gourmands.

    THE wealthy Chinese residents in California and elsewhere are famous for their New Year feasts, and for the liberality of their hospitality on these occasions to "the outer barbarian." ...

    Article : 245 words
  9. Prize Plum Pudding.

    MR. LABOUCHERE, in conformity with the eccentric manner in which he conducts his journal, Truth, shortly before Christmas offered a prize for the best recipe for the manufacture of ...

    Article : 769 words
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