THE next mornin' they told us as we were enterin' the Bay o' Biscay. "O, I says, indeed, which I've 'eard tell on it in a song many a time, but I says ain't it ...Article : 2,054 words
MELANCHOLY DEATH FROM STARVATION IN THE BUSH.—Mr. Hornby, J.P., held yesterday (the Melbourne Daily Telegraph of Tuesday says) a magisterial inquiry at ...Article : 667 words
MR. HENRY BESSEMER, of Denmark-hill, sends to the Times the following interesting letter on the germinating power of seeds, a recent legal decision having ...Article : 541 words
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS was undoubtly a very able discoverer, but he was also an exceptionally lucky man. There must have been a great many tedious persons ...Article : 615 words
DISAPPEARANCE OF AN ISLAND.—Captain J. O. Lungings, of the Danish vessel Lutterfield, communicates to a Copenhagen paper an interesting account ...Article : 1,116 words
The death of Pope Pius IX, was hastened by the closing of an issue in the leg, which caused the gathering of tumors on the lungs and brain. ...Article : 917 words
SOON EXPLAINED.—Professor (describing ancient Greek theatre)—"And it had no roof." Junior (sure he has caught professor in a mistake)—"What did they ...Article : 395 words
THE following announcements appear in the Government Gazette of Saturday last:— APPOINTMENTS.—C. L. Depree to be District Engineer in charge of the construction of the ...Article : 222 words
CHRISTOPHER CUSACH has discovered what may happen, to a man for doing a neighbor a good turn. He made the discovery in connection with, an investigation to the Brisbane ...Article : 1,381 words
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