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  2. REVELATIONS OF THE SECOND EMPIRE.

    The late Sir Richard Wallace was a man of some note. An illegitimate son of the notorious third Marquis of Hertford— Thackeray's "Marquis of Steyne"—he was ...

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  3. "TASMA" IN BRUSSELS.

    At the summit of a steep and stony slop[?], and some two hundred yards from the point where the old Chaussee de Vleurgat bisects the new Avenue Louise, you come to the ...

    Article : 1,825 words
  4. VANITY FAIR.

    Society having picked itself up, rubbed its eyes and felt itself all over to ascertain whether any large bones were really broken during the general election, now looks bock ...

    Article : 2,287 words
  5. THE AUGUST MAGAZINES.

    Light Giadstonites explain, in the Nineteenth Century, why they voted for the new Prime Minister, although in one instance at feast there is a suspicion of irony in the ...

    Article : 3,208 words
  6. KILLED BY TURKEY BUZZARDS.

    About three weeks ago a party of gentlemen from Tennessee went over into Mississippi county, Ark., on a hunting expedition, says the St. Louis Republic. The country ...

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