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314 • "I have," said ho to him, "perused your last memorial on the demands of England. You have conquered

314 • "I have," said ho to him, "perused your last memorial on the demands of England. You have conquered

me with your pen, as you will conquer the English with your sword. I unite with you. The British embassy must be sent home, cnd the manifesto of war after it." The Duke de Richelieu was agreeably astonished by the conversion of his opponent. He embraced him. The reconciliation w
October 6, 1888 - Ben Brierley's Journal - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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. It , c e, iii t HER TROUBLESOME BaoTHEß.—About a week ago some New York young ladies got up a party to go on a moonlight excursion up the Hudson river. The night finally arrived, and the moon flooded field and river with a glow of pearly richness. When the party was ready to l
October 6, 1888 - Ben Brierley's Journal - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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October 6, 1888 - Ben Brierley's Journal - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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keaStout, and B;onrteirna4ines.s, Oldliam.st., he. Manchester. BEN BRIERLEY'S JOURNAL' A NOTE OF WARNING. Mr. Winks: "Goodness me! there is a young couple looking at that vacant house ,neat door, and they've got a baby! looks awful I cross, too." I Mrs. Winks: " Horror ! What sh
July 14, 1888 - Ben Brierley's Journal - Manchester, Lancashire, England