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  2. Sketcher. Dead Men's Shoes.

    During the past week not a few newspaper commentators hare busied themselves with conjectures as to why a Scotch constable buried the boots of a murdered man. That it ...

    Article : 1,461 words
  3. Odds and Ends.

    The sleeping-apartment of a musical college ought to be called the do-re-me-tory. ' Slow and sure,' the wise heads claim Is by far the better plan. ...

    Article : 989 words
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    Advertising : 143 words
  5. A Wonderful World.

    Astronomers have of late been making some exceedingly interesting discoveries about the huge planet Jupiter, which is now visible in the evening sky. When, we are ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  6. Art and Literature.

    Music hag many functions; as Pops says:—By music, minds an equal temper know, Nor swell too high, nor sink too low; Warriors she fires with animate sounds, ...

    Article : 578 words
  7. Poetry.

    Babe Christabel was royally born! For when the earth was flushed with flowers, drenched with beauty in sun-showers, She came through golden gates of Morn. ...

    Article : 152 words

    At length the last night of Julie's engagement in London had come. All the necessary arrangements were made, and she was to start the first thing the next morning for ...

    Article : 1,191 words
  9. TALE. The Romance of an Acrobat.

    One evening I entered the smoking room of my Club, and saw a few friends of mine ensconced around the table in a distant corner. They were talking so seriously that they took ...

    Article : 1,416 words

    Mademoiselle Julie's performance had taken more effect upon me than I realized that same night. I went to bed, supposing that by the morning I should have forgotten all about it ...

    Article : 1,148 words
  11. Steele and Addison

    Of the whole 271 numbers of the The Taller Steele wrote—approximately—188, Addison 42,and about 36 were written by them jointly. Steele started the paper without ...

    Article : 417 words
  12. A Musical Nation.

    Oh, shout from the house-top the news, And publish it well from the steeple; Proclaim it alike to the Gentiles and Jews,; That we are a musical people; ...

    Article : 267 words
  13. Sam-Wellerisms.

    'You're a man of metal,' as Brown'said to the blacksmith, ' I'll give you an ocular demonstration,' as the gentleman replied when he winked at ...

    Article : 296 words
  14. A Toad.

    Blue dusk, that brings the dewy hours.' Brings thee, of graceless form in sooth, Dark stumbler at the roots of flowers, Flaccid, inert, uncouth. ...

    Article : 119 words
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    Advertising : 15 words

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