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... ATTITUDE. THE FOX-HOUNDS. Drawn by B. BRADLEY. AMD O. TALES FROM THE FJELD. PROVINCIAL JOURNALISM. SOLDIERS' WIVES. THE BLACKBERRY GATHERERS. Drawn NOTES ON SPAIN. by H. PATERSON. TABLE TALK. Together with Chapters XXXVIII. to XLVIII. of a New Story, ...

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... Drawn by S. L. FILDES. BO-PEEP IN AUSTRALIA. THE DEAD CID. CLEOPATRA IN A STRIKING ATTITUDE. AMO. PROVINCIAL JOURNALISM. THE BLACKBERRY GATHERERS. Drawn by H. PATERSON. LULA'S CHOICE. THE GRAND GIFT. A TALKING CANARY. THE GOLD-HERB. WHY SHOULD WE NOT VOTE ...

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... SALMON FISHING IN Drawn by S. L. FILnas. BO-PEEP IN AUSTRALI THE DEAD CID. CLEOPATRA IN A STRI A.MO. PROVINCIAL JOURNAL THE BLACKBERRY GA by H. PATERSON. E A W E E K. PART X. PRICE ELEVENPENCE. ;D FOR IT. LULA'S CHOICE. F. W. LAWvSON. THE GRAND GIFT. BEAD ...

POACHING AS A PROFESSION

... Philologists may trace a resemblance between the present provincial word mouching and Shakspeare's m itcher, who ate blackberries. Of the three probably the largest amount of business is done by the local men, on the principle that the sitting gamester ...

THE GAMEKEEPER AT HOME

... affording a valuable food for pigs. Others seek elderberries to sell for making wine, and for a few weeks a trade is done in blackberries. Chair-menders and basket-makers frequent the shore of the little mere or lake looking for bulrushes and flags: the old ...

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... Homeless. after A. MARstl. by C. H. COURTRY. On tine i!edway by R. S. CiIATTroct. Westminster by !NIoonlight,` by D. LAW. Blackberry-Gatherers, from a picture by the late G. HLAsox Romeo aed Juliet, by C..N. DowetAno. Also an Etching by AXEL HERMIANN ...

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... -Homeless. after X. ItlxnSst. by C. H. COURTRV. On tire Medway by R. S. CH-A'TTocK. Westminster by ' oonlight, by D. LAW. Blackberry-Gatlterers,' fiotte a picture by the late G. MASON. ' Rormo and Julict, by C. N. DoW'NARD. Also an Erchitn by XxE\L 1IItttiANN ...

MUSIC-HALL NOTES

... Miss Loftus was uncommonly successtll with Eugene Stratton. Therefore, imitations of this imitation are nowV as common as blackberries were a few weeks ago. Miss Collie Conway lilerseiL has fallen into the snare, after setting it herself. Unless we are wlith ...

REVIEWS

... reactionary, wec advise the beginnrc still to cherish his Staunton and his Philidor. The reasons for this are as plentiful as blackberries. Firstly, these ancients did not, like Mr. Mason, talk ranting nonsense about their mystery; ,or it is ranting nonsense ...

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... NVOOI) tolir ?? fnllotino- tablaux':-lre Death Ot tile 'artints; ?? Tracherous Unc.le; The Sittyitig of the Ruiliatt I'lhc Blackberry e'east; ;ad 'Eie Burial of tbe labe-,, FIREsVOilJ S cit CRYSTAL 1L LACLE.-CHii DREN'S DISPLAY, To- r DAY ('I'llursday), ...

THE WARES OF AUTOLYCUS

... Bulls are made by a less imaginative child who likes to find some reason for things-a gir. Out at the work of picking blackberries, she explains, Those rather good ones were all bad, mother, so I ate them. Being afraid of dogs, this little girl of ...