"NEVER mind details. Do you wish that the American colonies should depart, or that they should remain within Her Majesty's dominions?" That, as it seems to us, is the question which ...Article : 1,667 words
A STORY is told of a young man who was going West to open a jewellery store. When asked what capital he had, he replied, "A ...Article : 1,620 words
THE revolutionary war which, under Salnave on one side and Saget and Dominique on the other, has ravaged Hayti, or St. Domingo—one of the fairest islands of the West Indies—for ...Article : 2,331 words
No breeze disturbs the summer leaves That sleep refreshed with evening dewz, An amber cloud the moon receives. And veils her crescent from the view. ...Article : 193 words
ONE thing (next to the preference of the fonder sex for poodles) often strikes me with astonishment. It is this: While men are found willing to give any amount of money for, and go ...Article : 520 words
THE premature and unexpected death of Mr. Anson Burlingame at St. Petersburg is the abrupt conclusion to a romantic career. A native of New England, and imbued with the ...Article : 955 words
THE demonstration of Monday, March 14, in St. George's Hall is a conclusive answer to those who pretend to believe, and who try to make others believe, that the movement in favor of ...Article : 907 words
THE following rather remarkable letter appeared in a recent issue of the London Spectator:— "Sir,—I am a Fenian; but I trust that this ...Article : 1,404 words
WOULD you like to be a boy again? It is a nice question. It cannot be settled by any rough estimate. Certain it is, that as we look back upon it our boyhood seems like a ...Article : 1,069 words
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