Fugitive Slave in Liverpool. Henry Box Brown, a fugitive slave from Richmond, Virginia, arrived in Liverpool, on Friday week, by the Constantine packet ship, from America. ...Article : 2,761 words
English papers were received on Monday by the Thomas Arbuthnot up to the 27th November. She started on the 28th of that month from Portsmouth, and made a fine run. ...Article : 401 words
He will do as he likes. He will dirty his clothes, he will tear his trousers, he will break the windows, and no one shall prevent him. He cares nothing for nobody—not he; and he will ...Article : 778 words
An Esquimaux dining in a chandler's shop would be an alarming sight: now deep in an oil jar—now stringing bunches of candles in his teeth, like so many bunches of currants. ...Article : 514 words
GENTLEMEN.—Perceiving that emigration hence to California has again set in with unabated virdence, I would solemnly warn those who yet remain against departure. ...Article : 580 words
GREATEST PEDESTRIAN FEAT RVER RECORDED.— At half-past eight o'clock on Monday morning last, one of the most arduous tasks ever undertaken by mortal man, was commenced on the ...Article : 1,802 words
"It's nuthin but Calaforny, from morn to night," said Mrs. Seruggins, the other day, to a young friend who had expressed his determination of going to California, "Mr. Smith is ...Article : 723 words
Well, Harvey," said my friend, Captain Fitzroy, of the — Regiment, then quartered at Montreal, on entering my room early in February, 1897; when will you start on your moose, ...Article : 1,937 words
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