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  2. Dickens's Latest Story.

    Day of the month and year, November the thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five. London. Time by the great clock of. St. Paul's, ten at night, All the lesser London churches strain their metallic ...

    Article : 2,371 words
  3. ENTER THE HOUSEKEEPER.

    The wine-merchant sat in his dining-room next morning, to receive the personal application for the vacant post in his establishment. It was an oldfashioned wainscoted room; the panels ornamented with ...

    Article : 1,972 words
  4. GREAT ANTI-RITUALIST DEMONSTRATION.—SERIOUS FIGHTS.

    On Saturday afternoon a great out-door demonstration against Ritualism took place in London-fields, Hackney. The promoters of the movement assembled first at ...

    Article : 978 words
  5. ACT I.

    In a court-yard in the City of London, which was No Thoroughfare either for vehicles or foot-passengers, a court-yard diverging from a steep, a slippery, and a winding street connecting Tower-street with the ...

    Article : 2,986 words
  6. CLERICAL TABLE TALK.

    Dr. Gilly related the following anecdote, which was told by a well-known Irish character. Thaddous Connolly, who used to spend much of his time in wandering through Ireland and instructing the lower classes ...

    Article : 1,835 words
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