Among the retainers in Sir Digby's hunting establishment was one bearing the somewhat remarkable appellation of "Puffy Doddles." The immediate cause of the first part of the distinctive title bein; assigned to him ...Article : 2,898 words
July 3—Florine, ship. 104[?] tons, Captain W. A. Curry, from Liverpool 3rd February, via Cape Town May 22nd. Passengers—cabin: twenty-four and two families; and [?] hundred and two in the steerage. Michaells, Boyd, and Co. ...Article : 304 words
The deer, beer, wolf, and panther, were once very abundant on the Sandy and Guyandotto rivers, and are still found in considerable numbers. The deer are taken by watching licks, and stalking, ...Article : 2,699 words
A MISSING FRIEND.—The woman who undertook to scour the woods, has abandoned the job owing to the high price of soap. The last that was heard of her she was skimming the seas. ...Article : 3,928 words
LIVE STOCK.—Messrs. Dalmahoy, Campbell, and Co. report :—Fat Cattle: A fair supyly has come to hand, the greater portion of which was from Gipps Land, and [?] good quality. Prices have varied considerably through[?] ...Article : 950 words
There lived, a few years ago, in the small but lively town of I—in the State of Ohio, three specimens of the " genus [?]oma." They were well known by the names of Jim H—, Hervey L—, and J[?]o B—. ...Article : 1,635 words
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