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  2. AN ENGLISHMAN IN PARIS.

    Very few travellers through France are aware that the great railway system of that country has developed from the initiative and enterprise of an Englishman. Sir ...

    Article : 1,781 words
  3. LITERARY GOSSIP.

    After a long-protracted dull season the publishers are beginning to stir themselves. The promise of the autumn is unusually bright, and the crop is expected to be ...

    Article : 1,845 words
  4. THE LEAGUE OF TWELVE.

    Jack Trowbridge, the owner of Streffori Castle, near Great Brackford, has been impoverished by unfortunate speculations on the part of his father, and he and his sister, Dorothea, who are still left ...

    Article : 4,568 words
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  6. WHEN ROYALTIES TRAVEL INCOG.

    Members of all European Royal families delight to travel incognito whenever they can, for it spares them from a great deal of tiresome etiquette, and contributes to ...

    Article : 268 words
  7. A BOER BRIDE.

    The brilliant writer of war sketches appearing in "Blackwood" and entitled, "On the Heels of De Wet," introduces us, in the September part of the magazine, to ...

    Article : 395 words
  8. LORD ROSEBERYS RESTLESSNESS.

    A peculiarity of Lord Rosebery's temperament is a certain, almost morbid, restlessness (says Mr. T. P. O'Connor, in "Pearson's Magazine"). An acquaintance ...

    Article : 264 words
  9. EMBARRASSING MOMENTS.

    Not long ago some members of the Ordnance Survey entered a field in the south of Scotland. "What are ye wanting in my field?" inquired the farmer. "We are ...

    Article : 696 words
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  11. A DUMAS STORY.

    Dumas had a vague sentiment of religion rather than any fixed beliefs. Nevertheless, when a general sneered at the idea of God, saying:—"I cannot form ...

    Article : 77 words
  12. AT LAST!

    In "Books of To-day," We find some amusing verses under the title "At Last!" Here is the first verse:- All thigs arrive to them that wait. ...

    Article : 128 words
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