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  2. Pickings from Melbourne Punch

    Why is Ireland, Q.C., like an invalid Frenchman?— Because he is a forensic (foreign sick) individual. Ha! ha!! THE COLLINS-STREET WARNING. ...

    Article : 657 words
  3. Miscellanous Extracts.

    A DIVER'S TOILET.—The Times gives the following account of the wanner in which the diver performed his toilet in the Regent's Park on January 19 and 20:—"The direr first removed ...

    Article : 2,272 words
  4. Hugh Lindsay's Guest.

    Lady Eveline's parents and her aunt Lady Gower flattered themselves that, now she was fairly married, the love of a wife would naturally awaken to a who had no vices ...

    Article : 5,617 words

    The Liverpool Daily Post tells us the following remarkable history:—In a populous neighbourhood, not an hour's walk from the famous coffee-shop, and exactly on that line ...

    Article : 853 words
  6. Tales and Sketches.

    We worked together in the dark blacksmith's shop, Hank and L He was a great broad-shouldered young fellow, built like a Hercules—I, despite nay toil, slender and ...

    Article : 2,910 words
  7. Pickings from London Punch.

    In a late report of proceedings in the Court of Bankruptcy, there appeared a case headed as follows:- "IN RE E. F. J. R. F. S. W. G. DE MARTANO." ...

    Article : 462 words
  8. Wit, Wisdom, and Humour.

    When are soldiers like babies?—When they are "in arms." A good action is never forgotten—by an attorney. ...

    Article : 788 words
  9. Poetry, Original and Seteched.

    "If you take my advice you will buy a nice little piece of land and occupy yourself in farming. There is money to be made by farming;.... though I never made anything by it myself, still ...

    Article : 648 words



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