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  2. DUMAS THE ELDER.

    The centenary of the author of "Monte Cristo" has just been celebrated in France, where, in addition, a statue was recently erected to "The Three Dunas," As there ...

    Article : 2,589 words
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  5. THE FUTURE OF PHILLIS.

    Luke Romaine was lying our on the veldt at night, and he thought to himself that there was not much prospect of his ever seeing England again. ...

    Article : 5,124 words
  6. AMERICAN MILLIONAIRES.

    The list of the four Californian "Bonanza mining kings" is gone, following by only a few months the last of the four "railroad kings" of the Pacific Coast. Just as the ...

    Article : 1,970 words
  7. THE HOME DRESSMAKER.

    Miss Dash emptied her month of pins, remarked that string coloui was all the go this season, and then proceeded to point out that for slight ladies£a tactful ...

    Article : 1,577 words
  8. NEW BOOKS.

    The "Conquest of Charlotte," by David S. Meldrum, is a Fifeshire story. Stories of the Scotch provinces have been frequent of late, but Mr. Meldrum avoids the fault ...

    Article : 686 words
  9. THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA'S DILEMMA.

    The news concerning Russia's internal condition still continues ominous of evil. Making all possible allowance for the refracting medium produced by a close censor ...

    Article : 677 words
  10. AMERICAN V. ENGLISH SHOES.

    There seems to be a good deal of misconception as to the extent of the trade done by American shoe manufacturers in this country (remarks the "Shoe and Leather ...

    Article : 266 words
  11. THE TRAGEDY OF A THRONE.

    The fact that for the first time in history a King of England has been Crowned in the presenee of his son and his son's son brings to mind the remarkable vicissitudes ...

    Article : 221 words
  12. TENNYSON AND HIS NEIGHBOURS.

    An amusing story in told in the course of an article in "Temple Bar" on the life of the late Poet Laureate at Farringford, in the Isle of Wight, where he resided from ...

    Article : 167 words
  13. ROBINSON CRUSOE'S ISLAND

    The little island of Juan Fernandez, home of Robinson Crusoe, the hero of our childhood, has recently become of some commercial importance an the centre of a ...

    Article : 140 words
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