During the last few days Europe has been trembling on the brink of war, and even yet the chances of a peace are by no means certain, for, as we write this, the newsboys in the streets are shouting out that war ...Article : 4,059 words
COUNT Bismarck's policy aims high and reaches far. Cool audacity has hitherto been his motto and his maxim; and they have been justified by success. But this time he has apparently overreached himself. ...Article : 1,488 words
SIR,—Having in my letter of the 27th June, which you courteously inserted, pointed out certain portions of the last report of the Council of Education which are, in my opinion, open to the charge of unfair and extravagant ...Article : 3,003 words
SIR,—Will yon allow me space in your paper for a bit of a yarn, which tells of the prowess of our forefathers in those good old times when Bntish seamen believed implicity that one Englishman was equal to any number of ...Article : 600 words
SIR,—In your report of what I said last night, when the 13th clause was under discussion, are the following words, "When the bill was before the House lost session he spoke against it, and voted against it, but now, however, whether ...Article : 164 words
SIR,—In your report of a speech delivered yesterday in the Legislative Council, the Honorable J. Docker, speaking in defence of the Public Schools Act, is represented to have said:—"The Public, Schools Act contains express ...Article : 1,239 words
SIR—Hr. O'Reilly in his second letter to you announces it as concluding this correspondence. Well, I have no objections so long as I am treated with equal fairness, and allowed a second letter in reply, which I am sure your usual ...Article : 978 words
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