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  2. REMINISCENCES OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

    In the January number of Murray's [?] the Dowager Lady De Ros writes the first part of her "Personal recollections of the Great Duke of Wellington." Lady De Re, ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  3. GENERAL GORDON'S GARDEN OF EDEN.

    The article on the Forbidden Fruit, which appears in the new number of the "Universal Review," is safe to give rise to a good deal of criticism and speculation. Ostensibly, the ...

    Article : 1,756 words
  4. THE FROZEN PIRATE.

    All day long the weather remained sudden and still, and the swell powerful. I was on deck at noon looking at an iceberg half a league distant, when it overset. It was a small ...

    Article : 5,139 words
  5. MRS. MAYNE'S FIRST DANCE.

    My daughter are going to give a small dance. May I have the hope to have the honour of your ladyship's assistance:' 'I shall be proud, I'm sure.' ...

    Article : 2,872 words
  6. The Regalia of the German Empire.

    A mystifying little paragraph which has been going the rounds of the German papers relative to changes which the Emperor William contemplates in the imperial regalia has led to some ...

    Article : 416 words
  7. TRUTH AND PROOF.

    When absolute truth is backed up with collateral proof there can be no appeal. For the past three year and a half Messrs. H. H. Warner and Co., proprietors of Warner's safe ...

    Article : 438 words
  8. Tatting.

    With figure demure and downcast face. And a tranquil air of quiet grace, Her delicate fingers [?] wrought A pattern as fine as a fariy's thought. ...

    Article : 227 words
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    Advertising : 263 words
  10. Mr. Dadabbai Naoriji

    Lord Salisbury's "black man"—speaking at Liverpool on 3rd January affirmed that "the goodwill and co-operation of a few of the prominent and ...

    Article : 250 words
  11. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS.

    Use genuine Magic Soap (stamped with a heart pierced with an arrow). Wash your clothes in 20 minutes without rubbing, and avoid imitations as your would the—. Sole ...

    Article : 42 words
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