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  2. Poetry.

    Funny and free are a bachelor's reveries, Cherrily, merrily passes his life; Nothing knows he of connubial devilries, Troublesome children and clamorous wife. ...

    Article : 225 words
  3. BENT versus JONES.

    IN order to refute a false and malicious statement, emanating from an individual named ANDRTEW BENT, that I have broken ken faith with him, and otherwise ...

    Article : 755 words
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    A COMPLIMENT.—Mr. Lawson, master painter of the dock-yard at New York, was a man whose face was much disfigured with the small-pex, and going through the dock-gates one day, he ...

    Article : 1,161 words

    No plate had John and Joan to hoard— Plain folks in humble plight— One only tankard graced their board, But that was filled each night; ...

    Article : 201 words

    "WHEN I first settled in this village," said the old gentleman, "which is now just five and-twenty years ago, the most notorious person "WHEN I first settled in this village," said the old gentleman, "which is now just five and - twenty years ago, the most notorious person ...

    Article : 3,302 words
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