A REPULSE, direct and complete in itself, has been so unusual on the side of the Allies in the present war, that we are more shocked by the reverse than we have reason to be on a fair ...Article : 1,150 words
Who puts my money in his till, And whe[?] in difficulties will Employ it to take up a bill! My Banker. Who cuts a very pretty d[?]h, ...Article : 1,764 words
OF all the auxiliary influences drawn from civil life with which it has thus far been attempted to supplement the force of our arms in the East, the new corps which, under the above ...Article : 1,767 words
The public mind has had time to [?]ecover not only from the irritation naturally felt at the the tidings of a check where a triumph had been expected, but from the far more justifiable ...Article : 918 words
THE quarterly return of the revenue in these days is a very different affair from that document which in the times of retrenchment and peace was the barometer of commercial ...Article : 1,863 words
On the very day on which we receive the most interesting particulars of the determined fight which established the French upon the Mamelon and the British in the Quarry pits, we ...Article : 938 words
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