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  2. CIVIL WAR AND STRONG GOVERNMENT.

    "AT last we have got a Government!" was the delighted exclamation of a Northern journalist when the Washington Cabinet, having ascertained the will of its many headed master, began to exchange its ...

    Article : 1,693 words
  3. WELSH YARNS.

    I AM wandering over the burrows with the curate'[?] liver-coloured pointer, Jerry. When first I made his acquaintance, I mistrusted him somewhat, tracing a resemblance between his hanging jowls and general ...

    Article : 4,584 words
  4. THE COLONIES: AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY AT THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    THE Royal Agricultural Society of England, by its determination to hold its annual show next year in London, becomes in a measure again linked with the International Exhibition, to which its show will form ...

    Article : 1,540 words
  5. LITERARY EXTRACTS.

    POETRY.—"Poetry," says our author, "is the expression of the beautiful—by words—the beautiful of the outer and of the inner world; whatever is delectable to the eye or the ear, the every sense of the ...

    Article : 2,499 words
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