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  2. A Hardy Norseman.

    By the time he reached Brixton it was quite dusk. Roy had never actually given him his address; but he made inquiries at a shop in the neighbourhood, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 5,721 words
  3. SCIENCE

    IT is usually believed that the progress of mankind in the matter of civilization is invariably attended by increased health, and by advance in all the things that pertain to our ...

    Article : 2,390 words
  4. THE ATHEIST SILENCED.

    MANY years ago the Rev. Isaac Guseman made a trip to Iowa. On board the steamer in which he took passage at Cincinnati there was a gentleman who took great pains to make known ...

    Article : 452 words
  5. TO BE AND TO HAVE.

    NOTHING that is without a man can make him rich or restful. The treasures which are kept in coffers are not real, but only those which are kept in the soul. Nothing which cannot ...

    Article : 540 words
  6. A SCHEME TO SUBSTANTIATE ONE'S CREDIT.

    "I TELL you what it is," said Tom Hardship to his friend Binks, "It has come to this—I must have a new suit of clothes. See how seedy I am getting ! Now, my boy, I have hit upon a ...

    Article : 333 words
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