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  2. BREVITIES.

    It is reported that the Chinese are suing for peace, and have offered to recognise the independence of Corea, and to pay Japan a war indemnity. ...

    Article : 409 words
  3. "PEGGY."

    Joe Macpherson, the coachdriver, climbed into his sent, sorted the reins with his fingers, glanced down with little apparent interest at the plunging ...

    Article : 2,495 words
  4. CRICKET.

    The above match was continued and concluded on Wednesday. Several players were late in putting in an appearance, and play wait, not ...

    Article : 1,239 words
  5. A DESPERATE REMEDY.

    SCENE : MRS. BERTRAM'S BOUDOIR. Mrs. Bertram. Enter Miss Ayton. Mrs. Bertram : Good morning, dear. Miss Ayton (kissing her) : I am so ...

    Article : 1,079 words
  6. SPORTING.

    Carbine's dam, Mersey, is thought to be in foal to Trenton or Strathmore. Port Admiral is showing signs of soreness since his arrival at ...

    Article : 1,015 words
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    Advertising : 686 words
  8. WAR DECLARATIONS OF JAPAN AND CHINA.

    The following is the formal declaration of war by Japan, published in the official Gazette of 3rd August:— "We, the Emperor of the Empire ...

    Article : 350 words
  9. THE TACT OF AMERICAN WOMEN.

    Henry Clay often said that it seemed to him that American women of any class surpassed in tact and natural good manners the woman of any other ...

    Article : 550 words
  10. The Chinese Emperor's Edict.

    The Emperor of China issued an edict declaring that Corea has been tributary to China for 200 years. "When the rebellion broke out in ...

    Article : 299 words
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