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  2. THE ASTRONOMER.

    The Sun will be in the constellation Leo until the 16th, he then enters Virgo. His distance from the Earth, at noon on the 1st, will be [?],738,700 miles, and 93,015.300 miles on the [?]0th. ...

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  3. THE SKETCHER.

    There are but two seasons on the desert's edge—spring and summer—summer being the longer, lasting sometimes from September to May or June — a season of ...

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  4. SCIENTIFIC.

    The Plesiosaurs were a race of huge marine reptiles, with long necks, small heads, and with four paddle-like limbs. Skeletons have been found up to 20ft. in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MISCELLANY.

    Love may not be so blind as a bat, but it has been known to make a lot of mistakes in the moonlight. Mrs. Hagg.—"How do you keep the fires of ...

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