The clouds are clearing fast away, Hope's sunshine bids the vapours fly, As in the Lords a broader day Begins to fill my social sky. ...Article : 174 words
SIR,—Awfu world this, wicked and simul to be sure, enkindling a sort of grieved spirit in a bodie, who sees the folly in ithers—mine own, somebody else sees. Amen, good for ...Article : 604 words
In due time we found ourselves alighting from the special train, on the top of an emiuence overlooking the sea, with Shakespeare's Cliff above and to the ...Article : 948 words
In connection with the recent discussions on solar energy, it has been lately noted by M. Rey de Morande[?] in the Paris Academy, that fossil botany has ...Article : 184 words
The following is an abstract of the first of four lectures on the supreme discoveries of astronomy, delivered by Prof. R. S. Ball, Astronomer Royal for Ireland, at ...Article : 809 words
The following will renew pleasant memories of poor old Pasquin:—"An address to H.R.H. from a certain section of colonial society, styling themselves ...Article : 833 words
There was a letter in Nature some time since, calling attention to the pollution of the atmosphere by the burning of coal; and it was calculated that in the ...Article : 462 words
The Mexican lover carries on his courtship in what seems to us an extraordinary manner. He follows the fair one unceasingly, looking his respectful ...Article : 338 words
In the Dublin Exchequer Division, on June 30, a breach of promise case was heard before Lord Chief Baron and a special City jury. Miss Mary Coghlan, ...Article : 978 words
SIR.—Doubtless your readers must have been considerably edified at reading "Observer's" splenetic attack on the Church of England. Whatever else he ...Article : 645 words
The following particulars recently published in a Gazette in Ireland, under crimes act, will give an idea of the shocking condition of affairs in that country. ...Article : 398 words
The Times of India prints the bill of fare of the dinner which was given in Bombay in celebration of St. Andrew's Festival, under the auspices of the Grand Lodge of all ...Article : 526 words
SIR,—Kindly permit me a little space for a few words in reply to Mr J. J. Christmas' letter which appeared in your last issue of Wallaroo Times. I am informed that Mr ...Article : 510 words
Sir Henry Barkly, G.C.M.G., F.R.S., took the chair at the annual meeting of the Victoria (Philosophical) Institute, at 7, Adelphi Terrace, London, in the last ...Article : 618 words
The following from the Register's London correspondent shows pretty clearly that Australians are not inclined to accept of a "back seat" even in ...Article : 793 words
The following items in connection with Science and Progress, which, have occupied attention during the past two months are from Harper's Monthly for April.— ...Article : 205 words
SIR,—Mr Thomas Price told each of us on the day of the trial of this action that Mr Spink placed his (Mr Price's) name on the list of Stewards without ...Article : 141 words
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