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  3. ENGLISH GOSSIP.

    London has a thoroughly holiday appearance this weak, but this is chiefly the result of the very fine weather. The festive raison d'ctre is always at hand. Given sunshine, there is no city in the ...

    Article : 3,101 words
  4. OUR NEW YORK LETTER.

    The Centennial celebration is already far away in the past, but its echoes still ring in our ears. In the main, it was a great and worthy tribute to the one colossal figure of the Revolution, but it brought ...

    Article : 3,144 words
  5. WOMAN'S COLUMN.

    Like the heroine in "June Eyre," the earliest recollections imprinted on my mind are in the form of detached pictures standing out on a dark background of oblivion. The first picture shows a small ...

    Article : 2,717 words
  6. GENERAL POST OFFICE CLOCK.

    Sir,—Mr. Daly's letter in to-day's issue of your paper is very much to the point. It must surprise people, outside Sydney why such leniency should be shown to the contractor. First, in ...

    Article : 411 words
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