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  2. THE SECOND SERIES OF PEAKS, PASSES, AND GLACIERS.

    PEAKS, passes, and glaciers—there is a limit to mountain ascents, but within this limit there are many new experiences yet to catalogue, and the present is a very considerable and ...

    Article : 3,789 words
  3. IMPATIENCE OF TURF LAW.

    IT is doubtful whether it is the more to be rejoined at, or to be regretted; that ob[?]dience to the rule of turf law [?]as in Australia, been more read[?]ly yielded by the humbler votaries of the turf than ...

    Article : 984 words
  4. [?] MR. GEORGE. W. PERKINS.

    "If the prospect of success justified the war of 1776, then as soon as three millions of slaves feel able and determined to vindicate their rights, they may justly demand them at the point of the ...

    Article : 587 words
  5. III. THE SLAVE AND SLAVE-OWNER, BY C. M. SEDGEWICK.

    "'I would rather be anything than a slave,— except a slave owner [?]' said a wise and good man. The slave-owner infliets wrongs,—the slave but suffers it. He has friends and champions by ...

    Article : 519 words
  6. REVIEW.

    MR. TROLLOPE occupies in the world of novelists much the same position at Mr. Frith does in that of painters. Both artists have achieved the very best of second rate reputation; both are universally ...

    Article : 2,146 words
  7. PRESENTIMENTS OF AMERICA'S TROUBLES.

    THE following extracts from "Autograph's for freedom," published ten years ago, appear, when read by the lurid glare of the war scenes presen[?]ed to our view month after month, like prophetic fore[?] ...

    Article : 426 words
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