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MR. BONWICK is wellknown as; litterateur of some merit, especially as connected with colonial topics. The serials comprised under the heading of "Our Nationalities" are quite in ...Article : 1,054 words
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WHERE one sees a victim hopelessly beaten or mercilessly satirised, the first impulse of perverse human nature is in sympathy with the victim. At least that, I think, is whither a woman's ...Article : 754 words
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