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society during the Napoleonic period is presented in "The Diary of Frances, Lady Shelley” (John Murray). Lady Shelley wrote without

society during the Napoleonic period is presented in "The Diary of Frances, Lady Shelley” (John Murray). Lady Shelley wrote without

any thought of publication, and consequently she is delightfully frank about herself and her friends ; but her frankness is entirely without venom. Her unconscious portrait of herself is enough to make anyone fall in love with her amiable ghost. She went everywhere, and knew eve
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
30,000 LIVES ; 4000 TONS OF RUBBER: THE PUTUMAYO REVELATIONS. <mmi iniin-'ifmb im~-r~ '.■m/7, "

30,000 LIVES ; 4000 TONS OF RUBBER: THE PUTUMAYO REVELATIONS. <mmi iniin-'ifmb im~-r~ '.■m/7, "

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PRESENTER OF DIFFICULTIES GREATER THAN THOSE FACING THE DIPLOMATISTS; IN THE CULEBRA CUT.

PRESENTER OF DIFFICULTIES GREATER THAN THOSE FACING THE DIPLOMATISTS; IN THE CULEBRA CUT.

Continued.] general aubsidy. either to shipping at large or to shipping engaged in any given trade, and 1879, by Ferdinand de Lesseps. and since much altered, will be open to commerce soon after subsidy calculated particularly with reference the amount use made of the Adjust 1.
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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body ... away (.—. Mr. Sargent) with the idea that his hand was raised against them, or for Mrs. Wharton to write The Portrait.” At present it is Mr. Sargent who runs. Without a doubt there are too marty British pictures in the Latin-British Exhibition. Through nine galleries on
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England