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GREAT FIRE IN SOUTHW ARK.

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The Bridge. j

Mrs. Brown visits the West-end.

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Mrs. Brown visits the West-end. I says to Mrs. Probit, I says, If she was a 00. of mine I'd have it looked to; for," I says, "tw twelve, and no taller than that, don't prove strengV' So says she to me, "I don't never expect to if her, for she says the 'art is on the wrong side. I I says, "Oh, indeed!" tho' for my part I d1 believe she's got no 'art at all, as is a limb, an ¡ knowed very well as it was pigeon-breasted as the was, and as crooked as a ram's horn, likewisel temper, tho' parents don't see that clear as lookÐJ. on. ¡ "Well," says she, "wherever had I better her ? I says, There is one party where I've been witb i a doctor as did wonders with the throat, and why11 j the chest, as is only a little lower down, and all a I the same regents, as I heerd the doctor say myse' Then she says, We'll go to morrow." No," I says, "never! Why not ? says she. Go of a Friday ? I won't." ■! "Well," says she, "right you are, for I've troubles thro' a-doing things of Fridays, for if$ very gal warn't born on a Friday, now you JJIe tion it." I says, That's where it is, you see." J Well," says she, Saturday is a ill-convenient for being out, and Monday ain't no better." for being out, and Monday ain't no better." I says, Well, say Tuesday, as don't seem no &11 leastways it's a day as I don't look to." II "Then," says she, "Tuesday we'll go." I says, "I'm agreeable." It If ever there was a toaster of a day it was tb I Tuesday-sweltering if I may say.

Denmark Avenged.

A Fat-al Objection.

Sound Reasoning.

THE FRIEND OF THE CLERGY C0:8PO-1…

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THE ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN…