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  2. CHILDREN'S CORNER

    A LITTLE jackdaw young and strong Set up one morn to have a song Two hours before the day would break, But thought he would his breakfast take; ...

    Article : 312 words
  3. Under the Mistietoe.

    "COME, come, Eily, this will never do; such a long face, and this is Christmas Eve, when everybody should be happy and cheerful. Look! there's Minnie down on the flat trying ...

    Article : 1,350 words
  4. Ladies Column

    SHE was ready for bed and lay on my arm, In her little frilled cap so fine, With her golden hair falling out at the edge Like a circle of noon sunshine. ...

    Article : 267 words
  5. Dress Reform from a Commonsence Point of View.

    THE subject of ladies' dress is one on which many people are wont to wax eloquent. The dangers and evils of tight-lacing, pinching the feet and throwing them out of shape by the ...

    Article : 2,544 words
  6. THE HOUSEKEEPER.

    THE season most favourable to the curing of hams, bacon, &c., is early in winter. Animals killed in very cold weather, and intended for home-curing, should be cut up and have the ...

    Article : 1,473 words
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