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  2. POETRY.

    Whatever you have to say my friend, Whether witty, or grave, or gay, Condense as much as ever you can, And said in the readiest way; ...

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    As to Whether You can Eat or not with ARTIFICIAL TEETH, which was mentioned in your paper last week, depends principally on two things,—firstly, the Plate must ...

    Article : 298 words
  4. Weedon's Folly

    Being the Remarkable Adventures of Harry Binfield, a young Englishman, and Leslie Harpur, a young Hawkesbury native; who in twelve ...

    Article : 56 words
  5. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued).

    I really felt no alarm about the future, because if things did not go as well as expected neither Janet nor myself were such tender fragile beings as to be in danger of ...

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  6. A Victorian "Politician."

    One of the successful candidates in the Victorian election—the butcher who defeated Hancock—might well have said:— Ez to my principles, I glory ...

    Article : 238 words

    We then sat down, and after brushing the tear drop away, Janet placed her hand in mine with a smile, which conveyed to my mind, happiness and security. ...

    Article : 217 words
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