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  2. LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND EARL GREY.

    THE following correspondence has just been made public:— "Carlton House-terrace, May 5, 1860. "Dear Lord John—It is reported in the ...

    Article : 2,564 words
  3. THE LICENSED PUBLICANS' ACT.

    THE evidence taken before select committees of Parliament is seldom of a kind upon which a broad principle of action can be founded. The manner in which these committees are ...

    Article : 1,309 words
  4. THE FRENCH IN AFRICA.

    A VERY little speck upon the surface first betrays the lurking aneurism. It is but a small mattor that battle which has just taken place in the plains of Algeria. Some eighty Frenchmen ...

    Article : 1,357 words
  5. FLORENTINE MADONNAS.

    THE annexation of Tuscany is accomplished, and accordingly there is an end to the sovereignty of the house of Hapsburg-Lorraine in that State. This political solution may, however be succeeded ...

    Article : 1,093 words
  6. ALARMING TRANSMOGRIFICATION.

    GREAT theories sometimes encounter ludicrously little refutations. Thus, while sundry timid theologians, floating upon a rivulet of texts, meandering through a meadow of ...

    Article : 1,147 words
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