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  2. THE AMERICAIN CENSUS OF 1860.

    THE Government at Washington is now engaged in preparing for the eighth census since the organisation of this republic, and it has already issued proliminary instructions for carrying out that great work ...

    Article : 1,407 words
  3. REMINISCENCES OF A GOLD-DIGGER.

    "WELL, how goes it, Sam?" "Oh, much about the same," he replied. "This will be a good rush I think; they appear to be getting some very good gold. I have just seen Stuttering Charley wash a tub with about ...

    Article : 1,802 words
  4. THE CARNEVALONE OF MILAN.

    THE Milanese have the credit of being among the most fiokle, versatile, and capricious of mortals. The more I see of them the more I am convinced that they are indebted for this character to their adversaries, who ...

    Article : 3,585 words
  5. MR. SPOONER'S PAPER ON CROSS-BREEDING.

    THERS is probably more misapprehension in agricultural circles on the subject of cross-breeding than on ony other branch of practical husbandry. The principles applicable to the subject are extremely simple, ...

    Article : 2,226 words
  6. MEDICAL EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL CASES.

    TAKING the Sm thuret case as his text, Sam Slick, in the March issue of the Dublin university Magazine, enters at some length, and with more of seriousness than fun, into the judicial system of America, and ...

    Article : 1,035 words
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