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A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men.—HUDIBRAS. IF yon would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth ...Article : 1,219 words
ON the 29th of June General Black addressed the following letter to Samuel Clements, Elma, N.Y., a pension applicant:— Replying to your inquiry relative to your ...Article : 422 words
GOING through the State prison one day examining the penitentiaries, and learning as much as possible of the methods used in Texas to punish her criminals, and shown a man who ...Article : 332 words
BEING, as I am, a man of no education— never having been given a fair show in my younger days—the reader is asked to excuse my plain language and bad grammar. ...Article : 1,022 words
THE State of Maine is a good place in which to experiment with prohibition, out it is not a good place to farm it in very largely. In the first place, the season is generally a ...Article : 893 words
I DESIRE to remove a somewhat serious misapprehension under which the public seem to be labouring. Householders have fallen into the habit of regarding burglars as a class of human ...Article : 804 words
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