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  2. Fine Openings for Leader-writers.

    WE are standing on the brink of a precipice, &c. WHEN we survey the blazing state of Europe, &c. ...

    Article : 108 words
  3. Miscellanea.

    War had broken out in Jutland. Prussia was in a very disturbed state, and a considerable quantity of arms and ammunition had been seized at Berlin by the People. ...

    Article : 483 words
  4. STATE of the CONTINENT.

    Our Melbourne cotemporaries give but a very meagre summary of continental affairs, and as we are, at the moment we write, obliged to rely mainly upon them: having ...

    Article : 491 words
  5. LATEST FROM EUROPE.

    AS every particular in connexion with the IRISH TRIALS will be regarded with primary interest by our readers, we shall commence our resume of HOME NEWS by arranging as ...

    Article : 1,335 words
  6. American Parliamentary Summary.

    Mr. Jones, of Tenessee, in a few brief observations, accused Mr. Haralson, of Georgia, of inconsistency. Mr. Haralson replied by a well-directed ...

    Article : 157 words
  7. STATE OF ENGLAND.

    We now come to less exciting, but no less interesting matters. And first of the London Trade and Money Markets. We are sorry to observe that the Wool Sales still prove ...

    Article : 498 words
  8. Impromptu.

    What meaneth this glittering pomp and show, Bedeck'd with the emblems of death and woo! Why march they so lightly and proudly by, While lingers tho tear in the mourners' eye? ...

    Article : 679 words
  9. The Policeman's Complete Art of Love.

    1. Choose for the scene of your affections some quiet and respectable street, (say Elizabeth-street North, or O'Connell-street, or Spring-street) where there are no thieves to distract ...

    Article : 728 words
  10. Latest and Lightest from London.

    OUR 'own' correspondent (or critic, as the impostor calls himself), in place of going to Tattersall's, and making himself acquainted with the state of the odds on the Derby and ...

    Article : 504 words
  11. THE CHARTISTS.

    In our fourth page, under the head of POLITICS FOR THE PEOPLE, will be found an impartial inquiry into the real principles of Chartism. We regret, that in this place, ...

    Article : 1,403 words
  12. A Financial Question Answered BY MR. DUNUP.

    A. HAS given a Bill to B., and A. finds himself without a shilling when the Bill has only two days to run. Now what is A. to do under such circumstances? ...

    Article : 65 words
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