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  2. The End.

    The course of the weariest river Ends in the great gray sea; The acorn for ever and ever Strives upward to the tree. ...

    Article : 233 words
  3. Our Rome Letter.

    The death of Prince Napolcon caused great grief in Italy, but a grief chiefly of a sentimental kind, felt for a brave young man prematurely cut away by death in a country where he had no business ...

    Article : 1,736 words
  4. A SILENT WITNESS.

    The sharp jingle of the rusty bell startled Captain Studley, endeavouring to piece together his wandering thoughts, and to realise to himself what had occurred. After a hurried glance at his ...

    Article : 4,696 words
  5. The Critic.

    MR. Creswick's second engagement in Sydney terminated at the Theatre Royal with his benefit on Friday evening last, when he appeared in Sheridan Knowles's drama of "William Tell," and as Mr. Oakley in the comedietta of ...

    Article : 4,129 words
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