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  2. THE FRENCH IRON CLAD ATALANTE.

    "VIVE LE ROI," "Vive P Empereur," "Viva la Republique," "Vive Thiers," "Vive At Mahon," vive—what will be the next vive of la Grande Nation? The associations, historical and social, connected with these cries, ...

    Article : 1,087 words
  3. THE NEW MAGDALEN.

    CONTAINING SELECTIONS FROM THE CORRESPONDENCE OF MISS GRACE ROSEBERRY AND MR. HORACE HOLMCROFT; TO WHICH ARE ADDED EXTRACTS FROM THE DIARY OF THE REVEREND JULIAN GRAY. ...

    Article : 2,297 words
  4. REPORT ON THE KEOTONN TIN-FIELD.

    THIS field, which is situated on the Victoria side of the River Murray about fifty miles above Wodonga, comprises a large area lying between the Murray and the Mitta Britta. Stream tin exists in most of the creeks ...

    Article : 1,072 words
  5. FROM MISS GRACE ROSEBERRY TO MR. HORACE HOLMCOFT.

    "Dear Mr. Holmcroft.—I suktch a few moments from my other avecatious to thank you for your most interesting and delightful letter. How well you describe, how accurately you judge! If Literature stood a little ...

    Article : 575 words
  6. VISITS TO OUT OF THE WAY GOLD-FIELD.

    THE country about the uppsr portion of the main branch of the Adelong Creek is believed to contain many lines of quartz reefs—huge quartz boulders, differing in appearance [?] in colour and in grain—are ...

    Article : 1,550 words
  7. FROM MR. HORACE HOLMCROFT TO MISS GRACE ROSEBERRY.

    "My dear Miss Roseberry,—Pray excuse my long silence. I have waited for mail after mail, in the hope of being able to send you some good news at last. It is useless to wait longer. My worst forbodings have been ...

    Article : 1,604 words
  8. SCIENTIFIC NOTES.

    A good filter is a sanitary instrument of great power. In the course of an examination Prof Wanklyn has found that filtration through beds of porons materials includes very powerful chemical action ...

    Article : 647 words
  9. THE MANUFACTURE OF POTASH.

    ENQUIRIES have been made in reference to the manufacture of potash from the forests, in clearing them off the land to prepare it for tillage. Some of the enquirers have tried to collect the potash, but found that they ...

    Article : 2,489 words
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