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  2. THE PENNY-LINER.

    THE universal penny, which has become so great a favourite with newspaper proprietors, and made them literally the greatest of all penny-a-liners, has had a beneficent intfulence on the class of discursive reporters ...

    Article : 1,199 words
  3. FEMALE LIBERALISM.

    At No. 31, Union-square, in a beautifully tinted room, the modern goddesses of the Caucasian race gathered yesterday afternoon and blonded into a cloud of[?]eecy angels most divine and lovely. What could ...

    Article : 1,032 words
  4. TALKING SHOP.

    Society is unavoidably composed of different degrees of "bores;" no one who has ever trodden the sacred ground within the magic circle of ton will be hardy enough to deny this, though he fall under ...

    Article : 776 words
  5. THE DEAN OF CANTERBURY ON. "ECCLESIA."

    The present number of the Contemporary contains a notice of the recent volume of Nonconformist Essays, edited by Dr. Reynolds, which, for its candour and catholicity, is as welcome ...

    Article : 1,540 words
  6. HELP FOR THE WOUNDED.

    "Miseris succurrere disco." Written by the Earl of Rosslyn, and sold for the benefit of the Society for aid to the Sick and' Wounded in War. I have heard the war-ntoes sounding, ...

    Article : 591 words
  7. TURCO AND LANDWEHR SOLDIER.

    IN the system of drill instituted in the army of the Second Empire, dependence is not placed so much upon the combined power of serried ranks as upon the activity, dash, and fighting capability of the ...

    Article : 847 words
  8. FLIGHT OF THE FRENCH PEASANTRY.

    FROM several sources we have heard of the panic that set in from Saverne when the beaten troops of M.Mahon brought with them the news of their overthrow at W[?]rth. The peasantry locked up their ...

    Article : 750 words
  9. RUSSIA AND THE WAR.

    After the Congress of Paris in 1856 the Policy of Russia was authoritatively declared to be one of strict isolation and reserve. England, it was announced, had betraf ed the confidence of the ...

    Article : 1,870 words
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