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    Mr. M'Kean [?] Coat). The Greengrocer. Snooks the tailor. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words

    PARSONS is not a man of his word. PARSONS promised not to afflict us again with any more of his writing eruptions. PARSONS'S promises are as fragile as pie-crust, and manufactured to the same end. PARSONS resembles the clown, as with him it is constantly a case of ...

    Article : 612 words
  4. Unsatisfying.

    THE food of love, the milk of human kindness, the bread of idleness? fountains of knowledge, feasts of reason. ...

    Article : 20 words
  5. Meteorological.

    WHEN the wind is in the (y)east we may expect a storm to rite. A heavy rain maybe expected from " leaden " clouds. The atmosphere is generally warm before a blow. A gale (Gael) is a Scotch wind. ...

    Article : 40 words
  6. A Caution.

    WHEN a mower is sharpening his scythe, keep clear of him, as a man may do what he likes with his " hone." ...

    Article : 25 words
  7. Our Teetotal Relations.

    THE Sons of Temperance have lately indulged in a soiree and concert. A number of daughters and nieces of the movement were present; also an aunt, and an uncle or two. ...

    Article : 34 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 60 words
  9. Wanted to know.

    WHETHER a smoker is a bacca-nal ? Whether the last of a ship is its hull-timatum? Whether there is much noise on the Pacific Railway? Whether a dead man can steer his own co(u)rse ? Whether a dog can have his bark upon the sea ? Is Tin-turn the best place to toss ...

    Article : 131 words



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