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  2. "A LITTLE AVERSION."

    THE Countess of Hollands was a very great lady, both "padriot at par [?] for she had vanquished society early in her career—now of unprecelented duration—and she still retained her [?] by a happy combination ...

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  3. THE NIGHT DANCE OF THE LYRE BIRD.

    MR. TURNER'S pathetic subjects are always effective. It an evening scene, in front of the overseer's cottage. The overseer has been out on the run all day, and it is now about time he came home. His wife, while busy preparing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,440 words
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