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  2. The Old World in 1882.

    IT is always difficult to realise the actual position of affairs when finding one's self at a spot of historical or legendary fame, of which one has leard, read, and thought much previously. ...

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  3. Twice Round the Clock; OR, SYDNEY LIFE BY DAY AND NIGHT.

    A Theatrical REHEARSAL— TROUBLES OF a "LOCAL AUTHOR"—MONDAY AT THE WATER POLICE COURT (SOME TYPICAL CASES)—THE PUBLIC LIBRART—DEPUTATIONS TO MINISTERS—A HARD RULE—THE BOROUGH OF MUDDLESLUSH. ...

    Article : 4,502 words
  4. Suburban Municipalities.

    IT is often said " of two evils choose the least." To this, by way of a rejoinder, it might be said, choose not evil, even in an infinitesmal dose, and no doubt a high-toned morality, such as is not fount in civic ...

    Article : 3,620 words
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