"LONG PRIMER for the first form, Sir," says the Devil, and what the Devil to write about this deponent knoweth not. The weather is a subject which our big ...Article : 478 words
"Are these things true? or do they merely STATE 'EM In hopes that men may FOSTER them as such?" "True? CERTES, no! and therefore let us rate 'em, For fancying we could swallow half as much.' ...Article : 203 words
The difference which has arisen between the Senate of the United States, and the House of Re presentatives, as to the form of the resolutions authorising the President to give the notice for the ...Article : 1,358 words
If we except the late providential fall of rain, which has almost unintermittingly continued through the past week, with all its concomitant train of beneficial results to ...Article : 916 words
The Times, some time since, jocularly compared the learned gentlemen of the bar, at Westminster Hall, to the gentlemen of the whip on a cab stand, where they wait ...Article : 734 words
MILITARY. — On Monday evening, a detachment of the 11th regiment, en route, from Launceston to Westbury, arrived at Carrick about five o'clock, when one of the ...Article : 429 words
IT is curious to contrast the actual condition of the histrionic personages who figure at the Penny Theatres with the circumstances in which they are after professionally placed. How great the contrast ...Article : 2,003 words
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