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  2. From Post to Finish.*

    THERE was tremendous excitement at Doncaster on the Monday before the St. Leger when it oozed out that the Dancing Master was now the property of Sir Marmaduke, and ...

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    A DEWDROP, flashing in the sun, Too brightly to be gazed upon, Thus mourned to the celestial ray She must so quickly pass away: ...

    Article : 284 words
  4. The Lyre-bird's Lay.

    GLAD with the coolness of winter time, B[?]a thing the breath of a fresh'ning clime. That hove[?]s about the mounts that swell Round the bosky dingles where I dwell: ...

    Article : 482 words
  5. The Storyteller.

    The heart in choosing chooseth not its own desert But that great merit Which attracteth it. Tis law, I struggled, but I must submit, And having seen a worth all worth above ...

    Article : 2,658 words
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