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  2. Hugh Lindsay's Guest.

    It was a splendid day for the reaping-machine, but a rather hot one for any other employment, and Allan and Hughie and Harry Weir were hard at work in the ...

    Article : 5,714 words
  3. Poetry, Original and Selected.

    Springing and growing up everywhere, In the desolate wilds and the broad thoroughfare. Since the stars sang together at nature's fair birth It has never decayed from the face of the earth. ...

    Article : 251 words
  4. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    THE BEAUTY OF OLD AGE.—Men and women make their own beauty, or their own ugliness. Lord Lytton speaks in one of his novels of a man "who was uglier than he had any business ...

    Article : 2,364 words
  5. SHELLS.

    From soundings twenty fathoms down. Deep, deep below the mountain wave; From that unutterable calm Where the worn seaman finds a grave; ...

    Article : 226 words
  6. Wit, Wisdom, and [?]umour.

    Why is a, person in deep thought like a soldier in camp?—Because he is in tent. Why ought a fop not to object to being horsewhipped?— Because it would be making ...

    Article : 488 words
  7. Tales and Sketches.

    A few weeks ago a citizen of Adelaide, who on the present occasion will be spoken of under the popular and celebrated name of Smith, paid a visit to Victoria and ...

    Article : 4,512 words
  8. Pickings from London Punch.

    Some people say that poetry, line chivalry, is dead. In these prosaic times, they tell you, a lover never pens a sonnet to his mistress's eyebrow; such a thing, he would most likely say, is ...

    Article : 846 words



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