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  2. THE HERMIT IN [?] Dirmen's Land. [No.30.

    "There is no in the world a greater error than that which fools are so [?] to fall into, and k[?]aves with good reason to [?]tage, the mistaking a sa[?]st for a libeller; where as to a [?] nothing is so odious as a [?]ipeller; for the same ...

    Article : 2,886 words
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  4. July London Fashions.

    For the edification of our fair readers we copy the following from Ackerman's Repository:- EVENING DRESS.—A dress of Chinese rose coloured crape over white satin, finished round the border of the shirt ...

    Article : 230 words
  5. Fowls and no Fowls.

    We find by the late English Papers, that Mr. PEEL'S law reforms appear to have effected but little good with regard to the preventing the acquittal of prisoners upon technical quibbles. At the Warrick Assizes, in the course of one day, ...

    Article : 232 words
  6. GREAT NEWS FOR WIVES.—Mr. Justice

    PARK stated, on a trial which occurred but a short time ago, that Judge BULLER had formerly told him he had never stated it to be lawful (though it has always been imputed to him), for a husband to chastise his wife with a stick of the size of ...

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