The character of the inhabitants of every country, civilised as well as uncivilised, is more a less influenced by their national pastimes. The huntsman on the distant shores of Africa ...Article : 832 words
Extraordinary Machine Constructing in Liverpool.—There is now in the course of erection; under a spacious tent in Northumberlandstreet. Toxteth Park, a machine of extraordinary ...Article : 1,081 words
I was much amused with a cockney youth, seemingly about twenty years of age, of very affected manners, who was ambitious of exhibiting his person on the back of a donkey on ...Article : 1,422 words
We have this week to record the death of Ned Neale, one of the best specimens of the boxing school, who, if not, "the hero of a hundred fights," has appeared almost as often ...Article : 996 words
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The following tender and passionate epistle [?] handed to us some time ago, by a young [?]dy, on the eve of her departure for England, [?]ith a request that it might appear in our ...Article : 506 words
The following description of a horse by a new auctioneer of this town performing the magic evolution of the hammer at a recent sale at the Cross Roads; almost outrivals the liveliest sallies ...Article : 1,471 words
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