Fweddy was on his first sea voyage. Pale, limp, and ready to die. he lay groaning in his bunk. "Chally," be said, feebly, after a ...Article : 81 words
In the wonderful laboratory of the growing plant, by processes of which we know almost nothing, the atoms of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen are made to group ...Article : 454 words
Unless one is wealthy there is no good in bring a charming follow. Romance is the privilege of the rich, not the profession of the unemployed. The poor should be practical ...Article : 2,929 words
Some of the best Branen writers are given to the production of what is termed poetical arose. It is wail known that some of Dickens' description of Nell Cook tools this ...Article : 236 words
THE London Hospital Sunday Fund increases rapidly. The total is now L23,000. DURING May, 1831, no less than 52,0s5!b of unround meat were seized or delivered up ...Article : 1,319 words
The bat I the has I the sailer bat I On, never was equal of bat like that, For riding, waiting, school or church, It never leaves one in the lurch. ...Article : 132 words
Smithson: "Joneson, I want your advice about a certain thing. Do you think I have planted this tree in the proper way ?" Joneson: " Yes, I should certainly say you ...Article : 1,209 words
I am almost outain that every little girl who reads has some time or other played with a doll. Very likely the old ones have outgrown their dolls, and only keep the old ...Article : 1,335 words
W[?]INGTON wrote a firm, bigaided, manly band; Cromwell a large, hold and steady hand; Henry Vill a strong and determined hand, while that of Charles II, was a running ...Article : 1,214 words
In spite of the multifarious duties and tasks that are imposed on these tiny burghers, they still find time to clean and adorn their worthy little persons. No spot, no atom of ...Article : 399 words
ALL the garrisons within the limit of the Seventh German Army Corps have been provided with larger samples of the new article of food which is in future to form the ...Article : 106 words
INAGIN[?]BY evils soon become real ones by indulging our reflections on them; as he who in a melancholy fancy sees something like a face on the wall or the wainscot can, ...Article : 214 words
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