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  2. ARE WE DEGENERATING?

    [?] expressed a very general [?] when he said. "I like a [?] [?] Everybody [?] [?] may [?] learned from the way in which ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  3. TOPIC OF THE WEEK

    There are no associations [?] de[?]ng of encouragement as the friendly societies, because, as His Excellency [?]d at the Hawthorn ban[?], held by the Manchester Unity, they ...

    Article : 2,784 words
  4. TALK ON 'CHANGE.

    Their honours the judges usually invent a shorthand of their own to lighten their labours in taking notes of evidence. Like other systems of shorthand, it is easier to ...

    Article : 2,270 words
  5. THE HONORARY MAGISTRACY.

    The inquiry into the doings of certain justices of the peace proceeds at the pace of a horse on hobbles. It is always adjo[?]rning0 for some unexpected reason. Monday was ...

    Article : 156 words
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