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... Norway, Sweden, and Denmark were united under one crown, and Iceland became part of this United Kingdom, with- out opposition. The Island was governed as before by a viceroy ; since that time it has always been united with Denmark. Of Iceland so seldom ...

A WORLD'S EXHIBITION IN 1900

... atmiongg the mnass.- of the eiy .-,oantrici' oll (tluestions of importance, where they have united as in one voice, it is reasonable to prestnio that a united effort for a General Exhibit would be of easy accomplishment. Of course to obtain a unanimous ...

THE CHINESE CRISIS, BY ARCHIBLAD R. COLQUHOUN

... stationed a magis-. trate who hars in hiS own hands all the functions, civil and niiitary (tfe ci-il is alw-ato supreme in C hina). relatingto t1-edistrict. IThishbard-worked officer is the unit of the administrative system,' . and is always 'Chinese. His task ...

Poetry

... in the United States, 2,500,000 slaves; in Brazil, 2,000,000 ; in the Spanish Possessions, 300,000 ; in the French, 300,000; in the Possessions of Portugal, Den- mark, Holland, &c. 200,000; and to these, the victims of prejudice in the United States; ...

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... ins several &iUborate articles-in the first of vwhich,- On Civilization, being a review of Trhe History of Ciiviliation in England, by Henry Thomas Bonhile-dit is shown that civilization lias-its daifst as well as its brigtht side- one of its evils ...

PRICES OF MILLINERY,

... Salary given after the first Three Months. Length of Apprenticeship, Two Years ; after which a liberal Salary will be given. TO CIVIL ENGINEERS PARTICVLARLY AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. , TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MU. n. EDWARns, On Tuesday, the 9th day of Accost ...

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... under their influence. The broken-down lawyers and other civil- ians who figured in the French Revolution proved themselves to be the most astrocions scoundrels of that period; and during the late civil war in America the same experience was repeated. The ...

Literature

... BLACKWOOn's. This is a most excellent Number. It opens with what is just now an ex- citing subject- Gold: its Natueral and Civil IHistory; ' being a review and careful analysis of two recent publications, ,Notes On the Distribu- tion of Gold t/hroeuqhout ...

JOTTINGS FROM A TRAVELLER'S NOTE BOOK

... practical knowledge of mechanical and civil engineering~, chLe:.ristr-y, physics, modern laugugags, and drawhing. idicnial Prenrinucuc is given to tire el-merit rif praet'ee, in thuS belief that mechanics and civil engineers cal ?? be trained by combining ...

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... Canada; espeeially as to that of the United States; and where we are constantly told, that more is done for the poor in the way of education than in this country. In )Massachnsetts the school system of the United States originated. One of the first public ...

JOTTINGS FROM A TRAVELLER'S NOTE BOOK

... credit to, the prince of rbododenidron growers. It is an attractive feature of the exhibition. The United States Exhibition Building was erected hy the United States Government at a cost oif £12,000, and is designed for the exhibits of the various depait- ...

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... men-of-war. he Tur A1.ABmuit CONVENTIrON.-The Timnes analyses ly the Alabama Convention with the United States, and ll points out defects, adding that if the United States Senate are reluctant to ratify the Covention, we shall have PO reason to regret the delay ...