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    New Year's Day was celebrated here with many diversions, which drew forth a large assemblage of people in " holiday attire.". Our Race Course presented an animated appearance, and amongst the ...

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    WE are not in the habit of landing those in authority, without they have honourably earned the humble meed of praise we can bestow; neither would we have much noticed the departure of His ...

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  5. Olla Podrida.

    I saw green Erin's harp, by lightning struck, Which broke each string, and melted every wire; To find a simile I'd soon the luck— Aint Dan O'Connell, too, " a blasted lyre?" ...

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    Works that are hurriedly produced, such as newspapers, are more liable than any to contain typographical errors which have escaped the correction of their authors or editors. Thomas Moore, in his ...

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  7. Extracts from Punch.

    The Emperor of Russia has just made his grandson, a young Prince of three months old, a Colonel of the Imperial Guards. Two Captains have been appointed to assist the ...

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