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WE gave last week, at almost tedious length, an exposition of the "Foreign Enlistment Act," and we need not, therefore, return to the subject in reference to Mr. Cobden's remarks on Friday night. He wishes ...Article : 610 words
In Britain the average of life exceeds that of France by eleven years, notwithstanding the superior French climate. Some one called Richard Steele "the vilest of ...Article : 2,948 words
THE SPEAKER took the chair at twenty-nine minutes past three o'clock. WINDSOR AND RICHMOND RAILWAY. Mr. CUNNEEN asked the Secretary for Works, "1. [?] ...Article : 22,995 words
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