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  2. Wit, Wisdom, and Humour.

    A literary man, on retiring into private life, said his connection with the press had "melted, thawed, and resolved itself into adieu." A person asked an Irishman why he ...

    Article : 639 words
  3. Tales and Sketches.

    Once more m England! Once more seated by the blazing fire, gazing upon the faces familiar to me in the boyhood of long ago, now scarcely recognised in the dim memory ...

    Article : 2,725 words
  4. Hugh Lindsay's Guest.

    George's eyes were full of suppressed fun and triumph when Mr. McCallum met him at the door as he carried in the milk-pails for Jessie. He knew by intuition who the ...

    Article : 5,008 words
  5. Pickings from London Punch.

    Aunt Flora (concluding the story of the naughty little gir.).—"—and soaked all her nice new Sunday clothes from head to foot." (Moral.) "But Sylvie's a good little girl—She never got into ...

    Article : 1,027 words
  6. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    THE CHANGES OF THE BODY.—The body is not a changeless mechanism like the steamengine. No instant of its existence finds it the same as it was the instant before. It is taking ...

    Article : 3,948 words
  7. Pickings from Melbourne Punch.

    Can glasses "round" be had with "square" gin? Is a publisher's assistant a clerk of "works?" Is the Minister of Mines a clerical digger? Who makes the stays of a strait-laced person? ...

    Article : 620 words
  8. Poetry, Original and Selected.

    In the cholera wards of the London Hospital, in a scene of suffering and death sufficient to try the stoutest heart, a lady-volunteer nurse has passed her time since the beginning of the epidemic, ...

    Article : 543 words



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