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  2. MR. LOWER'S CURIOSITIES OF HERALDRY.

    THIS volume will increase the reputation which Mr. Lower acquired by his English Surnames, as an author who can agreeably popularize the abstruse and dry technicalities of family ...

    Article : 1,636 words
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    Advertising : 2,802 words
  4. DR. ADLER, CHIEF RABBI OF THE BRITISH JEWS.

    DH. ALDER was born in Hanover, on the 17th of December, A.D. 5563, (C. Æ. 1802), his father —the Rev. Rabbi Marcus Beer Adler, of Frankfort, being then Chief Rabbi of Hanover. ...

    Article : 589 words
  5. THE POPE AND REPEAL.

    THE new agitation commenced by Mr. O'Connell against the authorities of the Church, which he has so long used as an engine for political disturbance, has just received a fresh and ...

    Article : 965 words
  6. THE YOUGHAL MONASTERY.—CONVERSION OF ITS INMATES TO PROTESTANTISM.

    SIR,—Deeming it necessary that the public should have accurate information respecting the dissolution of the Youghal monastery, and the conversion of its inmates to the Protestant ...

    Article : 568 words
  7. GROSS ABUSE OF THE PARDONING POWER IN AMERICA.

    WE copy the following extraordinary statement from a Boston paper:— The public ear has become familiar with reports of the exercising of the pardoning ...

    Article : 2,150 words
  8. DOMESTICTROUBLES FROM LENDING MONEY.

    "You ought to be very rich, Mr. Caudle. I wonder who'd lend you five pounds? But so it is: a wife may work and may slave! Ha, dear; the many things that might have been ...

    Article : 1,266 words
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