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  2. Advertising

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  3. STEVENS'S SUBMERGING IRON BATTERY.

    WHEN Mr. Stevens, of New York, first contemplated the idea of an armour-coased frigate, he found from experiments that it required sixteen times the thickness of oak or teak to offer the same amount of ...

    Article : 1,241 words
  4. THE RISE OF THE TIDE.

    THE attitude of England throughout the year has been one of unbroken obseivation. Lazily has the old athlete, conscious of magnificent vigour and nerves recruited by long quiescence, stretched himself ...

    Article : 2,878 words
  5. THE O'DONOGHUE, M.P., AND THE LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND.

    THE following correspondence has taken place between the O'Donoghue, M.P., and the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, in reference to the speech of the former at the mass meeting in Dublin a short time since:— ...

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