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    DE[?] to be left to keep house alone one evening. She was far too proud to admit to ...

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  3. Words and Pictures

    "Before we have our tea," said they, "Let's clear this horrid rubbish away." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 89 words
  4. For the Boys and Girls

    GOVERNOR, Arthur was recalled in 1836, and Sir John Franklin, the great Arctic explorer, succeeded him. He had already seen service in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Crack These Puzzles

    Mr. Jones believed in the maxim "After supper walk a mile," so lie went to the town hall and asked to tec a map of the district where he lived. He ...

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  6. WHO WAS HE?

    Once an English nobleman was called the Kingmaker, because was power was so great that people thought be could make ana unmake kings ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    DR JOHNSON gives the Earls of Arlington and Ossory the credit of being the first to import tea into England. He says that they brought ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The number of entrants in this competition was so large that it was not possible to name the ...

    Article : 41 words
  9. Last Week's Solved

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 24 words
  10. One Day This Week In History

    Upon the death of Southey, the poet laureateship was offered to Wordsworth, who at first declined on the ground of his inability to discharge ...

    Article : 145 words
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    The benefactor was Dr. Edward Jenner and Edna Hanks. "Kin-Rosa." Ernelon Street. Newmarket, is the ...

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