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  2. GOOD OLD TIMES.

    How would you like to have lived in England when it was half forest and half swamp; when houses were built without chimneys, and windows put in without glass; when clothing was rough and scanty; when a ...

    Article : 4,138 words
  3. THE SILENT MILLS; OR LANCASHIRE IN OCTOBER, 1862.

    THIS, however, is but one side of the picture, "What is Lancashire doing for the relief of its suffering thousands, and even hundreds of thousands?" The answer to this question, if ...

    Article : 3,960 words
  4. FEMALE EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA.

    ON the evening of Saturday, November I, an interesting gathering of the friends of emigration took place ot No. 3, Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, to meet Miss Rye before her departure from England, and to ...

    Article : 2,308 words
  5. A FRENCH GIANT.

    BESIDES the many inanimate curiosities which we see and admire in the great "International Exhibition," there are now a few "real live" curios[?]es on view in various parts of London, and among them the most ...

    Article : 1,504 words
  6. HOPE FULFILLED.

    The shrunken ponds at last were dry, The earth was ashen-grey for woe, The flowers were dead long, long ago, The wild birds scarce had strength to fly. ...

    Article : 678 words
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