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  2. ON THE NATURE AND PROPERTIES OF WOOL.

    The growth of wool is generally completed in one year, at the expiration of which it spentanecnaly falis and decays. In this respect the covering of the sheep bears a close resemblance to the hair of other animals, ...

    Article : 1,637 words
  3. DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS.

    Although plants are not endowed by Nature with voluntary motion, still they will travel by degrces over the whole earth. One of the most common means for this effect is the wind. ...

    Article : 2,295 words
  4. VICTOR HUGO'S LAST WORK.

    The story opens at St. Peter-le-port in Guernsey, with an idyllie description of the place and its people as they were forty years ago. This is touched with a more quiet ...

    Article : 1,555 words
  5. LAWE AND BRIGHT.

    He set himself to tear the new Reform Bill to tatters, and to puff the fragments away in the gusts of bitter laughter. The man who, of all the audience, most enjoyed the oration was, ...

    Article : 1,116 words
  6. WHO SHOULD BE OUR RULERS?

    We quoted vesterday some remarks from a Boston periodical, pronouncing Republiean institutions a failure, because "first-class men," such as Phillips, Emerson, Whittier, Lowell, Sumner, Stevens, Wade, ...

    Article : 849 words
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