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  2. LITERARY NOTES.

    GEORGE CRUIESHANK'S widow has left an enormous quantity of her husband's sketches and drawings as a legacy to the British Museum. ...

    Article : 2,025 words
  3. THE TOURIST.

    The next morning after breakfast we go for a walk up the the zig-zag road towards Oberon (on the way to Tarana). The road winds up the hill like the railway zig-zag, and is very ...

    Article : 3,283 words
  4. THE CONTRIBUTOR.

    It was nearly a month after the interview described in my last contribution to this journal before I was able to see Mr. Molloy again, and I regret to say that he appeared ...

    Article : 2,240 words
  5. SOCIALITIES.

    The preparation of the speech with which Parliament is to be opened on Wednesday has caused the Premier considerable worry, which manifests itself in irritability when he ...

    Article : 796 words
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