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  4. VANITY FAIR.

    Everybody is thinking of one topic this week. Universal sorrow, the newspapers write about. "Sorrow," is not the right word, I think. As for royalties and the ...

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  5. FEBRUARY MAGAZINES.

    All or nearly all the February magazines come out with mourning borders, but the "Fortnightly" is singular in having no article upon the late Queen. A memorial ...

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  6. THE LADY OF LYNN. CHAPTER XIV,

    Meantime another kind of conversation was going on, which we could not hear. "My lord," the poet bustled up, with his cringing familiarity. "This is the ...

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  7. THE TRAGEDY OF THE QUEEN.

    Mr. T. P O'Connor writes in "M.A.P." THE DA[?] HOUR OF '61. Was the Queen [?] amid all its ...

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  8. THE SERVANT QUESTION.

    The fact that the difficulty lies in the scarcity of servants makes the question a very hard one. Were this merely a temporary friction between employes and ...

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  9. CHAPTER XV.

    When Molly's chair was carried away Lord Fylingdale returned to the Assembly, The music had begun another moving and merry tune—that called "Richmond Ball" ...

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