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  2. Tribute to My Friend, Mrs. Keightley.

    Tho' roses from the cheek may part, The lust e leave the dauntless eye, Still the brave soul that scorned to fly, Lives, reverenced, in each gallant heart. ...

    Article : 318 words
  3. Man[?]vres at Minto.

    Never in the memory of the oldest inhabitant was the petriotio heart of Liverpool stirred as it was on Sept. 8 by the ar ival of Major-General Hutton and staff at the Liverpool Station. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 725 words
  4. For the Children.

    Doubtless some families still preserve old letters which were ingeniously folded and sealed for transmission through the mails, but were never enclosed in envelopes. The letter envelope ...

    Article : 257 words
  5. No Object in Life.

    A person who has no object in life is apt to run a vagrant and useless career. A man who aims at nothing cannot reasonably expect to hit anything. In military operations there is always ...

    Article : 123 words
  6. About Libel Actions.

    Question: What is the duty of a newspaper proprietor? Answer: To use his periodical for the benefit of the public by obtaining and affording ...

    Article : 446 words
  7. Living in a Volcano.

    Thirty miles from the city of Kumamoto, Japan, is the volcano Aso San, which has the largest crater in the world. It is more than 20 miles in circumference, and peopled by 20,600 inhabitants. ...

    Article : 161 words
  8. About Cats.

    Cats are sometimes supposed to be the special companions of middle-aged spinsters, but they have been selected as pets by some of the greatest persons. Prince Hana, an Egyptian of note 3000 ...

    Article : 388 words
  9. The Wild Shriek of Freedom.

    Bernal Osborne was for a long time bribed to [?]ilence by his political opponents by appointment to office. When the trammels were eventually removed, he celebrated his liberation by a rattling ...

    Article : 82 words



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