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  2. VANITY FAIR.

    This year Ascot races, which still retain their place as the high festival of fashion, were discreetly and loyally draped, so to speak, in sorow and mourning. The ...

    Article : 1,688 words
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  4. THE VELVET GLOVE,

    The same evening, by the light of his solitary lamp, in the small room—which had been a lady's boudoir in olden days— the Count de Sarrion sat down to write a ...

    Article : 2,834 words
  5. LITERARY GOSSIP.

    Once more the pioject of a British Academy of Literature has ben revived. The late Matthew Arnold started, as we knw, perhaps only half-seriously, an idea ...

    Article : 2,616 words
  6. MAN'S BEST YEARS.

    When are men's intellectual faculties at then keenest? A scientist answers between 40 and 60. He points out that swift was 59 when he wrote "Gulliver's Travels," ...

    Article : 273 words
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  8. CHAPTER V.

    Evasio Mon was a great traveller. In castern countries a man who makes the pilgrimage to Meeea adds thereafter to his name a title which carries with it, not ...

    Article : 2,707 words
  9. IN AFRICA.

    Sir Harry H. Johnston, H.M. Special Commissioner for Uganda, who is returning to London after nearly two years' absence, has been seen by a representetive ...

    Article : 460 words
  10. MOTORS AND THE DERBY.

    A striking feature of the not and dusty road to Epsom Downs on Derby week was the great number of automobiles to be seen in the line of procession, which comprised ...

    Article : 200 words
  11. ONE DAY BEHIND.

    Manila is One day behind all other places of its size in the worl. this carious inet is accontesd for in this way. Although the Philippine lelands lie ner the Asiatic ...

    Article : 143 words
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