THE agriculture of some portions of Normandy, as far as I have seen during a recent visit, does not appear to differ materially from that of several of our English counties. The great value of wood for fuel leads to ...Article : 2,169 words
"HERE you are again," was Serjeant Adams' greeting ton a certain George Williams, who appeared before him at the Middlessex Sessions on Monday last. The reader must not suppose that the salutation of the ...Article : 1,011 words
THE main position assumed by Dr. Winslow, in his Lettsomanian Lectures on Insanity, and defended against opponeuts with remarkable vigour and clearness, is that insinity proceeds, more or less directly, ...Article : 1,096 words
"The different railway companies are accustomed to publish their weekly receipts in the newspapers. The receipts of railways are now worthy of interest, not only on account of the commercial movement ...Article : 623 words
UNLESS the town, forts, and fleet are speedily reduced, the campaign must be brought to a close for the season. The cold weather, heavy night dows, and rains, with donse fogs, will expose a besieging army ...Article : 736 words
LOUIS NAPOLEON, Emperor of the French, is to visit the English Court at Osborne, and, accompanying it to Windsor, is to be invested, in grand chapter, with the Order of the Garter Gorgerus Christmas ...Article : 1,176 words
IN all ages, even during the earliest period of the Mosaic dynasty, the man who had money to lend was marked as a fellow worth watching. This excellent and withal praiseworthy spirit has more or less ...Article : 4,084 words
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