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  2. TOWNSHIP SKETCH.

    Mrs. Grigg was weeping bitterly. She had come round to tell Mrs. M'Henry all her troubles. Grigg was dead; died the night before in hospital, and Mrs. Grigg was ...

    Article : 1,040 words
  3. THE CHURCH.

    The Rev. W. J. Dawson has made "the greatest sacrifice of his life" in resigning the pastorate of the Highbury Quadrant Congregational Church, London, where he ...

    Article : 1,358 words
  4. SELECTIONS.

    The most striking scene in Mr. Arthur Stringer's clever novel "The Silver Poppy," a notice of which appeared last week, is the following, which ends the story. John ...

    Article : 1,976 words
  5. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    Out on the mountains, the storm-fiend is driving Swiftly the wheels of his chariot, the wind, Shaking, in anger, the sleet from his garments. Whilst the rain-torrent pours cease[?]ss, unkind; ...

    Article : 277 words
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