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  2. Our Colonel's Story.

    "You all knew Sandy M'Pherson?" said our colonel. "Intimately!" "Perfectly!" "As well as my own brother, sir!" most of us replied, though, ...

    Article : 3,512 words
  3. Sporting Gossip.

    SIR HERCULES' place at Telemon is to be filled by Mozirt, a son of Rainsworth, and I conclude this is the chestnut horse of that name, bred by Messrs. Barnes and Smith in 1876, who is out of ...

    Article : 1,575 words
  4. Gathered In.

    KENNETH regretted the close of his studies in the good old city of Edinburgh, because he really advanced more in the last year of his course than he had done in the preceding years. ...

    Article : 4,923 words
  5. The Volcanic Eruption at Hilo, Hawaiian Islands.

    THE Gazette of the 31st August publishes two descriptive letters of the late tremendous flow of lava from the volcanic mountain near the town of Hilo. From one of those, signed "N. B. E.," ...

    Article : 1,460 words



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