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  2. BACHELOR'S HALL.

    Bachelor's Hall! what a queer-looking place it is! Kape me from sich all the days of my life; Sure, but I think, what a burnin[?]disgrace it is, ...

    Article : 238 words
  3. FACET[?]E.

    A lady, who refused to give after hearing a charity sermon, had her pocket picked aa she was leaving the church. On making the discovery, she said—" God could not find the ...

    Article : 1,361 words
  4. THE ADVENTURES OF A HORSE IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND.

    I was brought up by an affectionate parent until I was 9 months old, and scarcely ever allowed to be out of her sight, and as our master resided at Sydney, and we were above 100 miles ...

    Article : 1,523 words
  5. KING'S PLAINS' RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 573 words
  6. AN OLD FORESTER ON THE BUFFER'S FEAT.

    DEAR ABEL EAST, — Your constant calls for contributions, and the fearfully thin and woebeg no look of the last Number of our Review, are, I trust, sufficient excuse for the following ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  7. LODGERS.

    Pity the poor bachelors, the adult orphans, who are knocked about from pillar to post, uncared for: floating like waifs and strays on the stream of humanity, and only finding rest on a ...

    Article : 652 words
  8. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    MR. JORROCKS ON HUNTING.—"And hera let me observe, that to '[?]t pleasantly, two things are necessary- to know your'oss and to know your own mind. An 'oss is a queer critter. In ...

    Article : 2,486 words
  9. THE AMERICAN TURF.

    A ten mile race for 10,000 dollars, between ch [?]g Prince, trotter, and g-g Hero, pacer, came off yesterday afternoon at the Centreville Course, and was witnessed by 6000 or 8000 spectators ...

    Article : 921 words
  10. ANECDOTE OF PETER THE GREAT.

    The house, or rather cottage, in which Peter the Great resided during the foundation of Petersburg, stands on the left of the empress's bridge, on the road to the fortress. This little ...

    Article : 775 words
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