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    A city belle is like a steam-boat—she always has a swell after her. The entrance of, a single woman of talent into a family, is sufficient to keep it clear of fools for ...

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  3. The Second Gallant Encounter between Jones of Portsmouth and Ned Donnelly, for One Hundred Pounds a-side.

    IN order that our sporting readers, and those who are more peculiarly interested in P.R. events, may not be totally disappointed by the lame and impotent ...

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    We intended to cut straight across the island; but few eyes or feet save an Indian's ever carried their owner in a direct lit[?]e through the untrodden wilderness, and we were beginning to think ...

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    ROMANCE AND REALITY.—The traveller quickly dismounted; and the rap that he gave with the butt-end of his heavy riding-whip upon the door was answered by an old woman; he ...

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    You cannot do batter. than entrust yourself with us, upon an analysis of the proposition— "What is yachting?" The term is obscure. Is it a generic phrase expressive of the fact, or ...

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