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TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1880.

TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1880.

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February 19, 1880 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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228 our great constituencies. Too little has been done in this direction. At the last election at Liverpool, this seems

228 our great constituencies. Too little has been done in this direction. At the last election at Liverpool, this seems

oily to have been thought of within a few days of the polling. There is still much to be done before we can face the General Election with confidence as to the result. Possession is nine points of the law, and the Tories are now in possession. Personal ambitions must bend to the
February 19, 1880 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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frolic of my imagination;" and so, doubtless, would reply the writers to whose love of artistic effect we are indebted for the romance. Flageolet was not a first-rate horse by any means, but he has quickly made his mark at the Stud, and requires no puffing. The other day I read
February 19, 1880 - Truth - London, London, England
 

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.1•N.M11=1....gg..g.•1•••••... - i FEB. 27, 1879.] eophy, and beckon to him to come up to the table of honour. Prince Hohenlohe's unaffected courteousness has disarmed the resentment which, after the war, every German thing called out here, and has rendered his position as agreea
February 27, 1879 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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papers. Mr. Carlyle walked at night for two reasons. In the first place to spare his eyesight, by using all available daylight for work; in the second place from love of quiet, if not of solitude. A charming companion with his friends, he has no love of promiscuous acquaintances
February 27, 1879 - Truth - London, London, England
 
INTERCEPTED LETTERS. MRS. GRUNDY'S MANNERS AND MORALS.

INTERCEPTED LETTERS. MRS. GRUNDY'S MANNERS AND MORALS.

LONDON, Feb. 24, 1879. "ULLA, dear, I'm dead—at least, as dead as one who still 324 lives can be. From early morn to foggy eve I 'vs been on my feet, going up and down stairs, in and out of cold rooms, fumbling rubbish, and catching a new cold at every step; in other words, dear
February 27, 1879 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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February 27, 1879 - Truth - London, London, England
 
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largo repayable by or No Aerie imel s is be Offra ll 6 COMPANY Met 11. oy Meesars, C Amoy.

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February 27, 1879 - Truth - London, London, England