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  2. POLITICAL AFFAIRS IN GREAT BRITAIN.

    The Easter holidays have been curtailed in order to rush the work of the Government, but as usual Mr. Gladstone's schemes have partly miscarried. It is always bad tactics ...

    Article : 3,776 words
  3. A PRIVATE VIEW OF THE PANAMA CONVICTS.

    It was a solemn moment when the presiding judge—a little fat man too gouty to walk up the steps of the Palais de Justice unless borne up by a pair of stalwart City Guards ...

    Article : 1,059 words
  4. CURRENT LITERATURE.

    One of the strangest products of the decadent century is the cult of Ibsenism— the belief in the uncouth player-prophet —the dramatist from the northern clouds, ...

    Article : 2,233 words
  5. THE PASSING SHOW.

    It has been a week of grave and decorous melancholy. Bankless, or almost so, one has scarcely known whither to turn for the price of a seltzer water, and a mournful shake ...

    Article : 3,162 words
  6. AURIFEROUS AREA SETTLEMENT.

    My wife said last night, as she was applying arnica to my black eye and patching up my damaged scalp with sticking-plaster, that she had no idea homestead settlement would ...

    Article : 1,468 words
  7. JESSIE'S DREAM.

    The diary of the Siege of Lucknow, by Lady Inglis, is, says the Speaker, a fascinating volume. Many acts of gallantry are recorded in a quiet tone, which serves to enhance their ...

    Article : 537 words
  8. THE NAMES OF POLITICAL PARTIES.

    Mr. C. K. Roylance-Kent has written an entertaining paper in the New Macmillan upon the names of political parties. The most instructive aspect from which party ...

    Article : 666 words
  9. IRONMASTERS' RELIGION AMUSING ANECDOTES.

    The death of young Baird at New Orleans the other day has (says the London correspondent of the Leeds Mercury) received many stories of that relative of his who many ...

    Article : 408 words
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