I'M nearly white; talk about remorse the murder of that cockatoo was nothing to this last performance of mine. But then it was unintentional; how could I tell that picking up that ...Article : 3,932 words
BABY BLAKE'S estimate of the qualifications for Galway have lately received very startling confirmation in the feats performed by two members of the county hunt to decide a wager. ...Article : 1,636 words
YOU OLD FOOL:—I don't believe you've sense enough to last you over night, Jim Snaggleby. When it comes down to square up and up tomfoolery you never miss a trick. Here you've ...Article : 995 words
THE following sketch of Prince Jerome is from the Paris Figaro:—The interest with which Prince Jerome Napoleon is now regarded, as the head of the Bonaparte family and the chief of ...Article : 1,272 words
HAVING lately visited several of the stations in this part of the country, I dare say a few particulars of what I saw will be welcome to many who have an interest in this outside world. ...Article : 1,215 words
ONE of the highest merits of the French system of manners is that it tacitly lays down the principle that all persons meeting in the same house know each other, without the formality of ...Article : 1,270 words
"I SAY, Captain Brown, tell u —is it true? They say you win every bet you make." "Yes, Colonel," said the captain, smiling, "it is quite true." ...Article : 995 words
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