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... price i Tma CQviL txsi.1-The._A4 rtsm gives the.. following list of the L.1200,available this year. of the pensions on the Civil List at the. disposal' of her Majesty the Queen :-L.2 5 to Mr Atber- ston. This is in: addition to a former sum of' L.7 5 per ...

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... HENBY MIL- BUaN. London: Sampson Low and Co. Edin- burgh: Strahan. Mr. Milburn is well known as a methodist preacher in the United States of America. IT, this country he is bctter known as the author of a clever and manly book of travel, called The Rifle ...

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... pressed upon us by the Chinamen who crowded it, and'who, thrusting forth helping hands, seemed anxious to shov us every mark of civility. We found, when we stood within the wallsewhich enclosed our future resi- dence, that it Mae not belied by its external aspect ...

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... 1848, he exerted himself to maintain the consti- tution)al monarchies by recoucilinig them with the popular spirit, and by uniting their forces for the war of independence against Aubtria. After the murder of Couct Rtosi, it was Mamniaii who had the courage ...

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... give succinct sketches of our principal parliamen- tary orators, aommlnung with the origin of parliamen- tary oratory (in the civil wars), and closing with the late Sir Robert Peel. This is followed by Part I. of Norman Sinclair: an Autobiography, which ...

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... texture, but one comprising within its covers a larger amount of scientific opinion and re- liable information than has yet been united in any one book upon the same subject. It seems, indeed, to have been in Air. Gleig's power to rake it completely exhaustive ...

LITERARY EXTRACTS

... it is just the same way. The great statesmen of e America have very rarely obtained to the dignity of Presi. t dent of the United States. Not Clays and Websters, but I Poiks and Filimores, have had their four years of frowsy I royalty at the Whitehouse ...

LITERARY MISCELLANEA

... any kind which did not on some o casion or other prove available.-EA'sapson. NATURE in all things manifests a preference for unit, that is to say, simplicity. A great number of objs&y crowded upon the mind at once, distract perceptions; in like manner, ...

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... last census wt, establish the curious fact, that of the private nrurses-- d domestic servants elrnployedaa niurses-in the United 11O~ Kingdom, nearly one half are undter twenty , while a~i of 1.ublic or protessional nurses abtout the seine proi- Wll portion ...

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... diffloult, from its having been tolerated in modified forms by Sohweartz and hilseseocates, and treated sni connived it ais e civil rather than a religious institution by the gentle Heber and his sucoessors ,i the Indian plecopate, With its abuses Bishop ...

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... memibers of hoth Houses binds titem to the decn- ration that the Pope Iath not, and oughlt not to have, I any temiporlt or civil jurisdictiot, power, supetiority, or pre-etiluitence, directly or indirectly, within this realm.' 'n Thus British law entirely ...

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... London: Lougman. ofes At this moment, when armed intervention in lied Mexico has been recommended by the President of the United States, we anxiously turn to any work which professes to elucidate the social or political condition of the distracted republic ...