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  2. A DINGO HUNT.

    "What's up, old horse? Your cars you prick, And your eager eyeballs glisten; Tis the wild dog's note in the tea-tree thick By the river to which you listen." ...

    Article : 4,353 words
  3. THE MARCH MAGAZINES.

    In the Nineteenth Century, Mr. Justin M"C:nrthy reiterates his confident belief in the ultimate concession of Home Hule to Ireland, lint deprecates the financial cliiuies ...

    Article : 2,911 words
  4. VANITY FAIR.

    Lord Brassey, it appears, is now going about the clubs professing his regret that he was kept quite in the dark regarding the difficulty which the Government experienced ...

    Article : 1,391 words
  5. THE BRITISH ART GALLERY.

    The Australian pictures contributed to this exhibition number upwards of 120, and are calculated to impress visitors very favourably with respect to local art. Many of the ...

    Article : 1,403 words
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  7. A SEA FIGHT IN 1690.

    Some th[?] details have been discovered among the old manuscript records at the India Office respecting a light at sea in the year 1690, when Captain Thomas Burton, of ...

    Article : 689 words
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