LEADING LINES.—Mrs. Gage, in a speech at the recent Feminine Convention, told the story of a woman who, having secured a second spouse that "nursed the baby." [?] very accommodatingly averred that "a husband was the ...Article : 4,648 words
The following compendium of M. Chaptal's celebrated work, entitled " The Art of making Wine," was furnished some time ago to the journals of South Africa by the French Consul ...Article : 1,342 words
The following extract from an elaborate and important and on the "The Revelations of Astronomy," in the North British Review, is attributed to Sir David Brewster, and will just ...Article : 2,903 words
Mr. Stutchbury, whose geological surveys published by order of the Government are most invaluable, and are the best authority upon which reliance can bo placed, Rays, speaking of the ...Article : 449 words
Those of our readers who never had aa opportunity of hearing the greatest agitator of modern times roll forth the thunders of his abuse, will be able to form some conception of his power to stir ...Article : 1,153 words
The ladies being now in full possession of the horse-taming secret, thanks to Mr. Barey's recent publication, and as a necessary consequence it not being likely that the subject will interest them ...Article : 684 words
The ending of a dead body in the bash is so common an occurrence, that how much soever of mystery may attach to individual cases, the bare finding of the remains excites bat little surprise. The dead body ...Article : 734 words
A short time since we furnished some interesting statistics, compiled from official sources by the Melbourne Argus, shewing the progress made in the Australian colonies during the last ...Article : 567 words
The following sketch of this "wonderful young man" is from the Athenenss. It is very slashing, very clever, and very [?]. But who will say it in just? Read and decide:- ...Article : 1,027 words
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