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  2. PRINCELY COTTAGES.

    "The Prince of Wales began, immediately after his marriage, by building the Alexandra Cottages, a row of twelve dwellings, built of Carr stone found on the estate, faced by white stone, and each entered through ...

    Article : 412 words
  3. HOW COLDS ARE CAUGHT.

    There are several well-known processes by which a cold may be caught. As a disease, there is nothing so common; and yet it is only very recently that anything like an approach to a knowledge of its ...

    Article : 1,766 words
  4. UTILIZING ELECTRICITY.

    An ingenious method of subdividing an electric current and producing from it a number of lights was successfully tried, at the works of Messrs. Warner, in Diana-place, Euston-road, in the presence of Sir C. ...

    Article : 761 words
  5. AN END TO THE CONFUSION OF TONGUES.

    Who has not sighed for the universal language which shall enable everybody to understand everybody else? Good old Bishop Wilkins thought he had solved the problem two hundred years ago, when he ...

    Article : 5,971 words
  6. TITLES.

    There is something in our received system of titles, great and small, which seems very puzzling to men of all other nations. The baronet or knight and the [?]quire seem very mysterious beings. It is strange ...

    Article : 850 words
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