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  2. The Streets of Sydney.

    I am warned about danger[?], yel neglect advice I visit the [?]yds Park Ground and other places near there[?]o, and meet with divers characters and occurrences. ...

    Article : 1,725 words
  3. English Extracts.

    A LODGING-HOUSE IN MELBOURNE.—It was by no means one of the lowest lodging-[?]ouses, is I'afterwards learnt, that it was bad enough for the worst; [?]cepting only that our throats were ...

    Article : 1,651 words
  4. The Nuptials of Poor John Moore.

    Not a laugh was heard, nor a joyous note, As our friend to the altar we hurried, Not a jester discharged a farewell shot At the victim so pale and so flurried. ...

    Article : 336 words

    I was sitting one morning, or noon rather, just beginning breakfast with him—all things in the [?]ble (and, indeed, drink able) way, as well as breakfast appurtuances, were first class. Fred ...

    Article : 1,125 words

    THE BULLY.—If you will have the goodness to sean those dozen men sitting together, you will almost immediately detect one of them as belonging to the class of bullics. There is ...

    Article : 4,673 words



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