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
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
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
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
"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
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
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
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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