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  2. THE TICHBORNE CASE.

    To the list of theatres which are just now doing leading business in London, should certainly be added the names of the Theatres Royal Queen's Bench and Common Pleas. With regard to the ...

    Article : 1,612 words
  3. THE PALAIS ROYAL.

    This palace was situated opposite the Louvre, and between it and La rue Neuve de Petite Champs, on the site of Cardinal. Richelieu's palace. On his death it reverted to the Crown ...

    Article : 214 words
  4. BETSY AT THE BAR.--A STORY OF SHOUTING AT CHARLESTON.

    And the barmaiden whispered twere better by far, to make flats pay for champagne who bet at the bar. So slily she leered in the face of the fool, who thus squandered his cash, a mere ...

    Article : 524 words
  5. THE LOUVRE.

    This enormous pile of buildings, which is said to he only partially destroyed, has played an important part in the history of France. Here was celebrated the marriage of La ...

    Article : 190 words
  6. MISCELLANEOUS.

    SHEET MUSIC--The cry of children in bed. EVERY young doctor must get on if he only has patients. THE handsomest Spanish nobleman--A. don is ...

    Article : 1,262 words
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  8. THE LUXEMBOURG PALACE.

    This palace, with its extensive gardens, was begun in 1615 by Marie de Medicis, from the designs of Desbrosses. He is said to have intended to imitate the Palazzo Pitti, at Florence ...

    Article : 380 words
  9. THE DESTRUCTION OD PARIS.

    By the mail comes news of fearful and wanton destruction by an infuriated mob of buildings in Paris which possess a world-wide renown. The outrages committed in 1848 were ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. THE TUILERIES.

    The Tuileries was the principal Imperial residence in Paris. The ground on which it stands was once a tile yard, and was bought by Francis I to please his mother, Louise de Savoie. The ...

    Article : 410 words
  11. THE HOTEL DE VILLE.

    The Hotel de Ville is situated between the Rue de Rivoli and the Seine. The building, which is one of the grand sights of the city, was begun in 1533 and completed in 1628. It ...

    Article : 590 words
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