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  2. THE NOVILIST. A New Eden.

    The succeeding days passed with monotonous rapidity, and the hour, that was to seal the strangers' fate drew near. Tanqueray grew more and more outwardly impassive, but Kenneth strove in ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  3. CHAPTER XIV.

    A message was left at the office set apart for the doctors next morning, requesting Lilith to visit the young teacher of history in her professional capacity. ...

    Article : 1,235 words
  4. CHAPTER XV.

    Of all the stately buildings reared by the genius and wealth of the early Isonesians the Temple of Freedom," or Parliament House, was the largest and stateliest. ...

    Article : 1,777 words
  5. A Delicate Instrument.

    One of the most exquisitely sensitive instruments ever devised has just been set up by G. Henning, of New York, known as the mirror-testing apparatus, designed to test and register uhe expansion or ...

    Article : 320 words
  6. The King of Siam to Visit England.

    The King of Siam intends to visit England in July and August, of this year. The Queen will receive him at Windsor or Osborne. The King will go to Europe in the Royal Yacht M[?]ha-Chakri, a ...

    Article : 135 words
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