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  2. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] NELLY PRESTON: OR, THE LAWYER'S CONSPIRACY.

    "Perish the thought" exclaimed Albert, with vehemence. "Of course, perish the thought" return Mr. Bell "You are not a grasping adventurer ...

    Article : 4,411 words
  3. CUT OFF BY THE WAVES.

    The slick of the typewriter in the adjoining room had ceased ; I had finished the last bit of work for the day, and was glad to seat myself In my favourite office chair for a smoke as I ...

    Article : 2,046 words
  4. A STORY FOR GOOD LITTLE BOYS.

    "Coward Cowardly-calf Cry-baby These were the shouts that greeted Willie green. as he stood wiping the blood from his lip, which had been cut from a blow given by ...

    Article : 454 words
  5. TRAM CHEATS.

    The tricks adopted by some tram conductors who want to pocket for their own and passengers fares., and the devices of the tramway companies to catch such of tenders, are numerous ...

    Article : 611 words
  6. HOW THE KING WENT TO BED.

    In M.Gustave Mangras's new book cu the Curt of Louia XV. is the following description of how the French King went to bed nightly:—As soon as he entered the room. the King/ ...

    Article : 390 words
  7. PARISH COUNCIL HUMOUR.

    The parish council elections have just taken place in scotland, and the "people's journal" gives some specimens of the humoar manifested on the occasion. A country voter, where there ...

    Article : 247 words
  8. REMOTE ACQUAINTANCE.

    A lady intimated that she was personally acquainted with the poet Longfellow. " When did you meet him?" asked a friend. ...

    Article : 189 words
  9. SARAH BERNHARDT'S EASTER EGG.

    The custom of making presents of Easter eggs is far more "fashionable" at Paris than in London. Sugar eggs are Particle commun. and chocolate eggs are article deluxe. The practical ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. SARDINIAN BRIGANDS.

    Signor S. Mance thus describes the method of the Sardinian brigands:—"The people of Sardinia are not brigands solely because they are dissatisfied with the economical and social ...

    Article : 461 words
  11. THE MANLY GIRL.

    She wore her brother's shirts and ties, His collars, too, I swear, And e'en his natty boating cap Was perched upon her hair. ...

    Article : 267 words
  12. "YORKER."

    Lexicographers have as yet hardly begun to recognise this word. In their works just to hand, we find it not. But it has a vogue ; and one by this time of established reputation as ...

    Article : 488 words
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