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    "So your brother altogether repudiates the idea of his being in any way attached to your cousin Lucy, and was rather displeased at you for venturing to perceive any signs of ...

    Article : 2,946 words
  3. Hugh Lindsay's Turst.

    It was evident that Lord Darlington expected that Amy would be his guest when his daughter paid the visit to town which now engrossed all her thoughts, and Anthony ...

    Article : 3,413 words
  4. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    FASHIONS IN VISITING CARDS.—Cards are common to all European nations, even to the Turks, but the style of address thereon is widely different. In France, a scientific gentleman appends ...

    Article : 2,317 words
  5. Lickings from London Lunch.

    Illustrious Visitor, hail! Right welcome to Albion's shore! Wherever you go, through the streets or by rail, Bystabnders will hollon and roar. ...

    Article : 1,874 words
  6. Tales and Sketches.

    A certain fisherman resembled many others of the same calling in the circumstance that he had a large family and was almost without the means of supporting it. When one ...

    Article : 3,713 words



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