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  2. DICK STALWART: AN OXONIAN.[?]

    ANOTHER year has passed away; the scene again opens on the first Sunday of an October term. In the past year Dick had made for himself a great name. He had played for the ...

    Article : 5,821 words
  3. THE SABOT AND THE VIOLIN.

    TOWARD the last of September, 1832, the artistic world of Paris was deeply affected upon learning that Paganini, the celebrated artist, was very ill. He was seized with a violent ...

    Article : 2,888 words
  4. SPORTING GOSSIP.

    I AM glad to see that conditions have been advertised for the Q. T. C. Derby of 1883 and the St. Leger of 1884, though as the notice given has been so short it is almost a pity that the ...

    Article : 2,001 words
  5. LONDON FASHIONS.

    NEVER was there a more marked difference between the fashions of Paris and London. While English women affect Newmarket coats and all the rigid severity of tailor-made suits, ...

    Article : 1,617 words
  6. IRON TURTLE SOUP.

    AN attenuated individual, with a great aflluence of hair, and a soft, seductive smile, gently swaggered into a restaurant down town not more than a week ago, hung his hat on a ...

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