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  2. YOUNG IRELAND:

    To have brought the Repealers to this pass was described by his adherents as a master-stroke of statesmanship in PeeL But if statesmanship implies, a care for to-morrow as well as to-day, ...

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  3. DORA DELORME; OR, THE MILLIONATRE'S GRANDCHILD.

    Who can describe beauty? it is so strange, so inexplicable, so heavenly a thing, that it has always seemed to me too spiritual to be taken to pieces and analyzed in our material language. ...

    Article : 5,151 words
  4. NOTE ON CHAPTER XII.

    The readers of the NATION were estimated to exceed a quarter of a million. At that time every copy of a newspaper bore a penny stamp, which. carried it free through the post, and the quarterly ...

    Article : 403 words
  5. BOOK II.

    The scene changes from exulting musters and processions of the people to the grave procedure and dilatory processes of a court of law; but there was no falling off in interest, and the ...

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