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  2. The Highwayman's [?]

    It was on a bright sunny [?] that myself and three other [?] the stage at C—to continue [?] westward as far as U—one [?] ...

    Article : 2,232 words
  3. A Story of the Goldfields.

    I was always fond of the science of physiognomy. From my youth up I was noted for my proclivity for reading the character of a man by his face; and I finally became such ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,068 words
  4. An Undesirable Belle.

    The following is a description of a species of young lady which we are happy to think is not very often met with:— She sits in a fashionable parlor, ...

    Article : 253 words

    Nature had treasures unseen yet; For flowers all We can recall, Of garden trim or rivulet; ...

    Article : 63 words
  6. Hareting

    Yesterday a light-haired colonial, afflicted with an impediment in his speech, entered a chemist's shop in Bourke street and said, "I wa—wa—want some pa—pa—pastiles of ...

    Article : 1,189 words
  7. The Editor and the Reporter.

    "Mr. Peters," said the editor to the new reporter, "you say you were personally acquainted with the deceased Mr. M'Glucken?" "Yes. sir." ...

    Article : 483 words
  8. The Satd.

    That if Jonah had been an American he would have rigged up a mast and sail on that [?] back cut of a walking stick and an old shirt, taken in cargo through his front ...

    Article : 245 words
  9. Making it Warm.

    One of our old [?] miners, who had [?] a fortune of his speculations, recently went to Europe and [?] an ancient castle and a small estate on the ...

    Article : 166 words
  10. About those Pants.

    At a suburban boarding-house a young man called for his friend to go for a stroll. He was told that his friend was taking a bath, and, after waiting for about ten ...

    Article : 100 words
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