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VWAxAa Or VOIXK ^•rfc « coe the rey few waited ictrm fo. ■Dglaad which retain their line of circuinvi^atiea • complete. This, indeed, i* not so perish as ii ««8tcr, for there are one or two gape, j. 6" always been interrupted by the riMr; but fbe wwrnnnnjotioa is cut but seldom, aad in WMPtxroaation the original ga £ ?ways a in a far yre perfent state than at Chester, ^heie thej been replaced by ^mpa-iliv^ly modern bridges 4 1m material emp*o.yed throughout the <*• ■RMM is the pale cream-wlonred masrcesian liisj* Ante from th.- western ç the Val.. of Y ork- ow of the best in MA .J-:>n the right bed it selected. In York, as a nute, this has beer. done. AM the,mamynrv in consequence is in excellent condition. Occasional portions of the walls arp of Norman work, others of Early English, but the valk of the older part dafrs from the reign of Edward TII. The siege of York, in 1644, injured them severely. and extensive repairs were after. ward tmd-wtaken. Early in the eighteenth century they were msda fcatr promenade, hut becoming aptn dihpia, received another restoration, at a eoet of £ 3,3G0, m the year 1833. The battlement* hvre been modernised, the footway is flagged, and ia generally approached by ebspa. The wall* ■ifaotjwCltef mewxre in extent about two and three- quarter viiiep, bit ar» in a few places built up into homes 4k private grounds, and are usually cofc aff from the gatea.-From Our Own Oountry."

A DINNER-PARTY AT MADAME MOfiL'S.

THE CLOSE OF HIS LIFE

SKETCHING "FROM NATURE.

MAfHl A-T^LLTS MODEL PRINCE.

IN THEIR OWN TRAP.

.InE INJURED IqIGGICtL

SLAVERY IN CALCUTTA.

A SURGEON'S NERVE.

MY FIRST COUNT T MATCR

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