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  2. The Freedom of the Press.

    WE are unanimous in our verdict—the Press is powerful. The facts in evidence are its nature and its history. It has blessed and it has cursed. It has traversed, ...

    Article : 525 words
  3. FAULTS ON BOTH SIDES.

    I fell in love again, and beautiful and innocent was the being who now attracted me. She was not, like my former love, an eldest daughter, "come out" to prowl about and pounce ...

    Article : 1,030 words
  4. "WHERE WERE YOU LAST NIGHT AT TWELVE?" A JUDICIAL'SKETCH.

    There was a judicial functionary residing at Boston, some years ago, whose legal acumen and profundity only equalled his general character otherwise, and who was a man "not to ...

    Article : 1,052 words
  5. Hunting in Australia.

    Sir,—Whilst sitting at the Club in Melbourne last November, your May number was handed to me, which contained an article signed "Stockwhip." It was given to amuse me, but struck ...

    Article : 2,846 words
  6. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    An Equivocal Warranty.—Verbal warranties are not to be depended upon, by reason of tbeir being liable to misinterpretation. For example, in a case of fraud brought before the ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  7. The Unsuccessful Man; or, Passages in the Life of Tilbury Nogo, Esq.

    "Bring forth the horse—the horse was brought. In truth he was a noble steed, Who looked as though the speed of thought Were in his limbs—but he was wild! ...

    Article : 2,225 words
  8. SQUARING ACCOUNTS.

    "I 'spose you have heard of Doctor Amesbury, haint you!"—"I never have." "Well, then, I'll tell you. One day I met the doctor over at Simpkin's shop, buying ...

    Article : 424 words
  9. "OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT."

    There never was such a plague! Puck misleading Demetrius and Lysander, or clapping an nas's head upon Bottom, did not destroy and worry his victims half so much as "our own ...

    Article : 475 words
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