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FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. I

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-IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. I

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PICKINGS FROM "PUNCLI."

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A B Air-Y NAME.—We notice in the list of the pan- tomimic company at Drury Line, the name of SIGNOR GRATZANT. This is as it should be ■ except that G r, a, t, is not the way to spell great. THE CAT ON ITS LAST LEGS.—There is an old saying which says that •' Care killed the Cat." Now, whether this can be proved true in the case of the decease of any common cat of nine lives, there may be very possibly a reasonable doubt. But with regard to the cat-o'-niDO' tail, there is not the slightest question that the proverb has been verified. It Cannot be denied that, in our A. my and in our LNavy, a proper care for the well being «' the men has killed the Cat. A PLBASANIRY FOR THII Popm.-A Distinguished fo- reign personage, being asked by an Englishman, if he lutended to take away the Pope's possessions, replied with pleasant naivete, 11 1 cannot teJl, 1¡1011 ami; øaÍJ I may take Yat-i-can 1" PERFORMING PAPONS,-We think that the Pit and Pul- 9">1.11 pu Bfloma not De jumbled up together. When tbe former is invaded by the latter, we doubt if the pull is ijtote. ther ontbe side of the Church. We stall be having the Beadle going round next, as otten as there is a pause 111 the service, and cryiag out, "Any apples, oranges, or gmger-heer ?" GREAT SOCIAL QUESTIONS.—WHICH is the right side of twenty ? Wnat do you say to fourteen i Is twentf one the wrong side? Should you call twenty nine the wrong side of twenty, or the right side of, thitty I Has forty any side at all, nearer than some figure under thirty ? If there is a, right aide of forty, Î8 it not that whioh is the newer to thiee-aootq 904 (en I

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