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  2. The Storyteller.

    "YOU'VE come owre late to see Isabel in life, Mr. M'Diarmid," said old Marion Oswald; "it's of no avail to seek to see the dead." "I have lost no time—I started immediately ...

    Article : 4,618 words

    A LITTLE word! Little words are, to my mind, far more expressive than big ones. There is more meaning sometimes in one little word than in a string of long, sonorous, ponderous, ...

    Article : 1,413 words
  4. "Measuring the Baby."

    DON'T measure the baby! There is an old superstition that if you do it will die before the year is out, and it's always best to be on the safe side. Do you see that name written in lead ...

    Article : 680 words
  5. The Reviewer.

    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
  6. Sadies Column

    IF you become a nun, dear, A friar I will be; In any cell you run, dear, Pray look behind for me. ...

    Article : 113 words
  7. An Economical Fashion.

    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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