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- SUMMER EVENING.

THE PENITENT.

MRS. CAUDLES CURTAIN LECTURES.

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THOUGHTS ON CEMETERIES.

A ROMANCE OF REAL LIFE.

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THE BROAD AND NARROW GUAGE…

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THE INFLUENCE OR IMAGINATION.—The great old writer, Thomas Fuller, relates a curious incident, which is truly charac- teristic, and shows how fancy will put life into young limbs. A gentleman, he says, having led a party of children beyond their usual journey, they began to be weary, and jointly cried to him to carry them which, because of their multitude, he could not do, but he told them he would provide them horses to ride on. Theo cutting little waods out of the hedge as nags for them, and a large one Jor himself, they mounted, and those who could scarce stand before, now full of mirth, bounded cheerfully home. -R, C. Walerstmle.. "Mother, why does Pa caU you boney 1" "Because my dear, he loves me." •• No, Ma, that isn't it." It ISD t. What is it then?" "I know." "Well what is it 1" "Why it's be. cause you have so much combe in your hair." AUCTIONEERING QUALITIES—An advertiser in a western paper, who rejoices in the various occupations of lawyer, doctor, justice of the peace, and diy goods merchant, adds the following to his list ot pursuits and qualities:—" Auctioneering of the loudest kind, interwoven with ventriloquism."— Philadelphia Gautte.

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THE WRONGS OF THE POSTMEN!

THE PECULIAR BURDENS UPON…

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WOMAN'S EYE.

THE S TAT E S 1\1 A N'S DREAM.

A GEOLOGICAL ODE.

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