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  2. WOMEN v, LADIES.

    I address you in behalf of the proprieties of language ;—hoping that you will take pity upon affectation, and pinch it. The women and the females are all gone—and the feminine terminations are ...

    Article : 1,309 words
  3. SINGULAR DISCOVERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABORIGINES OF AMERICA.

    We are indebted to Major Anderson of the Indian department for the particulars of a singular discovery made near Penetanguishene. Some three years since, some Canadians exploring ...

    Article : 1,302 words
  4. NATIONALITY.

    A son of the Emerald Isle, on his way home from the last harvest, entered the public-house of a respectable widow in Gilmerton, and called for a bottle of porter, which was brought to him. From the ...

    Article : 225 words
  5. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    We gather from a matter-of-fact though garnished announcement of Punch that the inmates of Andover Union Workhouse, three hundred and fifty in number, have been deprived of the heretofore invariable ...

    Article : 2,685 words
  6. AN IRISH BEGGAR S DODGE.

    A few days since, as a lady was walking in the neighbourhood of Wavertree, she observed a wretched looking Irishwoman approaching, who immediately called, " Oh! pray ma'am, don't come near me ! I've ...

    Article : 78 words
  7. A LAZY SON OF THE EMERALD ISLE.

    A circumstance has this week come to our knowledge, says the Bristol Mirror, strongly illustrating that slothful indifference which characterises the poorer class of the Irish people. A gentleman of ...

    Article : 358 words
  8. AN IRISH ROBBED.

    Mr James Gilligan, or, as he would be familiarly styled in "his own shweet county o' Sligo,' Jim Gilligan, appeared at the Liverpool Police Office, to complain that he had been robbed iv ivery farthin' he ...

    Article : 766 words
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