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  2. PRAYERS BY COMMAND.

    Perhaps I have too much self-consciousness—nay, I, who ought to be the best judge, am convinced I have. I cannet, therefore, as some people can, abandon ...

    Article : 1,964 words
  3. LAW AND FREEDOM IN INDIANA.

    The Howesville Eagle (Kentucky, November 23rd) contains the following:- COMMITTED.—There was committed to the Jail of Breckonridge County, Ky., on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 341 words
  4. THE ATTACKS OF THE TIMES ON THE CONDUCTORS OF THE WAR, AND ITS OWN DEFENCE.

    Are we, or are we not, to publish the letters that pour in from the Crimea? The question no longer concerns the graphie narratives of "our Own Correspondent," for in this respect, just ...

    Article : 1,955 words
  5. THE MISSING DESPATCH.

    The Duke of Newcastle presents his compliments to Mr. Punch, and begs to place at his disposal the following despatch from F. M. Lord Raglan, which by an accident, over which the Duke had ...

    Article : 2,288 words
  6. THE BRITISH CAVALRY.

    At the close of the last session, the member for Lamberth, in "another place," examining a cavalry estimate, declared that the number of officers was too great in proportion to the number of men. ...

    Article : 1,494 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 15 words
  8. IMPOUNDINGS.

    PROSPECT, April 3, from Ruty Hill, by Mr. Parsons[?] damages, 3d, each:—Brindle cow, like 18 on the rump, milking side, MS on the rump off side; black cow, white back and belly, one horn broken off, like JM on the ...

    Article : 449 words
  9. MR. CARDWELL ON THE WAR.

    The President of the Board of Trade, the Right Honorable E. Cardwell, M.P. for Oxford, has been sponding a day or two with his constituency; and on New Year's Day, he dined at the annual ...

    Article : 1,948 words
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