THE following petitions are printed in the Appendix to the 18th Report of the Select Committee on Public Petitions. The first was presented by Mr. Russell Gurney, and the second ...Article : 1,487 words
THE Times special correspondent writes on April 4:— What strikes the stranger most on his arrival in Paris, and first attracts his ...Article : 1,785 words
DURING the first week of September, 1863, while holding ground near Booneville, in Missouri, General Brown sent me out to hunt up a convenient fording place for artillery and ...Article : 3,152 words
I SAW the Master of the Sun. He stood High in his f[?]ery car, himself more bright, An Archer of immeasurable might. On his left shoulder hung his quivered load ...Article : 1,515 words
COMPARED against the society of Paris and of London, that of America seems to be all awry. Go into the Medeleine—it is full of ladies; go into St. James's Palace— ...Article : 1,662 words
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