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    WHITE and glistening like a mammoth bridal veil, the December sun lay over all the New Hampshire hills; dark and delicate, like the tracery of lacework, the ...

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    THE report that H. R. H. the Princess Louise is about to give an heir to the Dukedom of Argyle gains currency. She seems delighted with her colonial home, and has ...

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    I stood at eve, as the su n went down, by a grave where a woman lies, Who lured men's souls to the shores of sin with the light of her wanton eyes. ...

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    CALEDONIANS.—The committee meeting of the Darling Downs [?] Society was held last evening, at Mr. Stirling's residence. Present: Messrs. Stirling (in the chair), H. ...

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  6. Disturbances in Burmah.

    The state of affairs in Burmah is such that the British Resident and his staff have [?]ally of Mandalay. ...

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  7. The Cesarewitch Stakes.

    The Cesarewitch Stakes were [?] to-day, with the following result:—Lord Bradford's Chippendale, by R[?] Adversity, 8 years—1 ...

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  8. Cruise of the Royal Princes.

    H.M.S. Bacchante, with their Royal Highnesses Prince Victor and Prince George of Wales, arrived at Gibraltar to-day. ...

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  9. Nihilism in Russia.

    The activity of the Nihilists continues to cause great anxiety in the mind of the public. A secret printing prees was discovered and seized to day, and several arrests have been ...

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  10. "IT IS ALL LIGHT."

    DEAR SIR,—I have read with great pleasure the notice appearing in your columns from the Peace Society in London, on the death of Bishop Selwyn, and ...

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    THE Rev. J. D. Hennessey yesterday evening delivered a lecture at the New Wesleyan Chapel on the above subject. The attendance was large. The chair was occupied by Mr. ...

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  12. Important Rise in Tin.

    The price of tin has advanced to £80, showing a rise of £7 5s. upon last week's quotations. ...

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  13. Australian Securities.

    There is no change to report in the value of Australian securities. ...

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  14. Maytown.

    A large and influential public meeting was held last evening. Much disappointment was expressed at the action of the Government in stopping the works on that ...

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  15. Sydney.

    Messrs. A. Bell, E. Flood, J. Norton, G. Oakes, W. R. Piddington, and John Stewart have been nominated to the Legislative Council. ...

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    "Gussie Thomas" contributes the following to the American Country Gentleman:—PICKLING BEANS.—Last summer I had more string beans than I could use, so I ...

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    A SLIGHT collision occurred between H.M.S.S. Achilles and Alexandra, ironclads, but the damage has been repaired. ...

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  18. Melbourne.

    Messrs. R. Gibson and Co. report:—Fat Cattle; 1200 were forward at our sales to-day. Prices unaltered. We sold 200 of Fraser's (Manero) bullocks, averaging ...

    Article : 116 words
  19. Gladstone's Welcome to Italy.

    The Italian Press warmly welcome the prospect of the visit of the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone to Italy. ...

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  20. Alliance between Austria and Spain.

    The Spanish Premier advices an offensive and defensive alliance between Spain and Australia. ...

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  21. Visit of Crown Prince to Italy.

    The Crown Prince of Germany is about to proceed to Italy on a political mission. ...

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    A continuous heavy rain all day considerably interfered with the attendance at the exhibition, but there were nevertheless as many as 5000 visitors during the day. ...

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  23. King Humbert Visits the Pope.

    It is stated that King Humbert is about to pay a visit to his Holiness Pope Leo XIII. ...

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    The sheep sales to-day were fairly attended. The champion fine combing ram belonging to Mr. Gibson, of Tasmania, was sold to Mr. Vincent Dowling for 290 guineas. ...

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  25. Prospects of War between Germany, Austria, and England.

    The articles in the Russian journals are again very warlike in their tone. They speak of war between Germany, Austria, and England, as inevitable within the next few ...

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  26. Increase of the Russian Navy.

    Russia has increased her navy in the pacific by one ironclad, and four clippers are available as privateers. ...

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  27. Advertising

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    A special meeting of the Cabinet was held yesterday, at which the present position of affairs in Afghanistan was fully discussed. ...

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