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and I the assertion that such rights ofle"fying duties I 5 il could not he conce,lrd to a prh ate D! and that the proùucts are not -no less than sixty-eig-ht of them. r(', oh e at different rates with the working' of the re:-t of the appamtus. The Manchester and Leeds Railway Company were the fir:5t to avail themselves of Mr.

':,ociation tr atmcnt of the npgrocs, and retlect et('rnal tl of men, hnwe Hr it might other\ i (' be \ orthy honour on the t-tar and ! the di tance of one figurf' at a time 1;)r the unit , and the secollli "heel. Edmondson's invention; and they secured bis services at their station at Oldham Road, for a time.

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and I the assertion that such rights ofle"fying duties I 5 il could not he conce,lrd to a prh ate D! and that the proùucts are not -no less than sixty-eig-ht of them. r(', oh e at different rates with the working' of the re:-t of the appamtus. The Manchester and Leeds Railway Company were the fir:5t to avail themselves of Mr.':,ociation tr atmcnt of the npgrocs, and retlect et('rnal tl of men, hnwe Hr it might other\\ i (' be \\ orthy honour on the t-tar and ! the di tance of one figurf' at a time 1;)r the unit , and the secollli "heel. Edmondson's invention; and they secured bis services at their station at Oldham Road, for a time.l G Hops - 109 1I0rticu It TJrl\1 Show at Rye - - M Jl OU5e }rns In }'alal So'esth-al at Cniro - - 236 }2 Villagt' Life in Egf Pt - - 28;") Vi it to the Castle (If Loehes - 86 Visit to the Spirit Rappers 211, 420 "r AU. _ 76 'Ville Duties 0 _ 296 Winter in tiermsny - 4 6 Wllif Nurses - - 562 Wood, anel how to Cut it - M1 W Ol Jdnllm's Club Surgeon, The W orkll Ouses in Irt Jland - - 170 Y M'I1TING - - 465 Yarmouth Coast . l Ie does not, however, feel the daily insult; he is acclimatiseù to the atmosphere of "\ITong. They arc ,i iting tlu' little mo, 'i \\ ith rt'trihution. '.\Ild'i of y,'ar8: but the hour of r trihution h.\s come nt la"t. b They trench d 'cp; and, ha ing pared o.\\uy the loo! Here we have a moderate-sized apartment, fitted up with little besides the apparatuf-:, am I tenanted by two neatly-dressed, cheerful- faced, kind-spoken Friends-young brothers who quietly work out here the invention of I their honoured relatiye. per minute, und l)Os....i Ll to print three hundred. 0 fl'l't hi h, lar e l'llull h ill tlw inside to conh Lin 8 pile of hlank tiekd:i, laitl fla.t upon each other.OTI Y Trot - 499 W ct1e\ing Bells - - M W eddin in the Clouds - 261 ,\: c :\ ariners of England - - 553 " halmg - - - - 401 What my Coffee-house Is not - 2."),1 What Sand is - , - - 422 What to Do \\ itb our Letters - 139 WI ut they Do at the Top of tho }- - 126 What you may See nt Turin - 190 When I Sen"t',l in the Militia - 245 When the Mill Goes - - 311 ""here we : Stopped Growin'" . - - 424 Yorkshire and its Mamüactures 2811 Yourself at Turin - 1 1 ZOOLOGICAL Gardf'ns, Fatal Ac. At the last census there were found to be four hundred and twenty-eight thousand. Thf're are plf\nty of people eng-ag-ed in untloin till' \\ork of so many a,... and heginning- a new era on this c:pot "hic'h has sc('n FI) l Il.1ny changes. -e fil Jron::l "ponge, near the tol', t1m1 beneath a brv" n pcat, \\ hich they know \\ ill be worth dig- ing out. utt"rly ill'eompo:o:ed, nnd cv('ry part turned to U t'. It is in this one I room, and by that bright, clean, handsome apparatus, that millious of railway passports ' are l)repared. The fir t thin'" ahout the machine ,.catches the eye C. Jli Llell'n \\ ithin the machine is a little form of type, containing the names of the pla(' s to be pl'inted, anel till' c Ia' of curriag-e. a youth full of and mtclhgence, "Ith a clear kin, vet with some flaw of coluur in his mother.s ancestry. e must not judgl) of the stature of j hi race by bi He is almo t as light as I 0. Last of a11- ilown in the Rand halfhuried in the clay, there i" a shining of gold. i-; an olc I })rÏ\ ilp " of tlll' witlrm 8 of snilur'i anfl fi:-lhf'rmpn who ha \"(' I bee n loot at IW. Chit' I ..houlcl not havc h\ 0 peach,\hle charßCt('r , let th(,111 look out for women ,\ horn 1 re pectccl there. But no male cashiers or clerks atlyertising am I hawking ahout your vicious- 8hould cver enter her doors, as burc as sho ncc:s in places wherc it can shock and corrupt \\as an Englishwoman born, and a . Whoever herc wants to illdul e in \ ice shall nut I beg')[. the desirc to encl a little England talks loudly of her morality; but of it in reac::onable p I ea.c::ure. She will doned people so much as to pull down others f'ing The ]'àvollrite, and her proceeds will to their own level; and. Thl' native orchei-tra is nclrnirablc, holds more true of woml'n than it do('s in and wc anticipate a treat. Sow, if "om CIl, hy leac1ing un.ten- f:içe acquaintance for Fleveral miles around. The little folks are allowed to choose their 0\\ u partners for life: in thcir case, there aro not o many points to coo ider. pictorinl an H'lior \- tion of the Murqui s 'S of Granhy amillero('u ll I'd and 11U t1eù on I)hore b,y hundred . There is 8 great deal more on the deck of the steamer yet. hetween Cock Lane on thl' on(' ide ancl Barhic:.1.n on the other. It is fatigning to think of the crowù that would be formed by the railway passengers who will be transmitted by means of this one boxful of cards. '\l IOn they bave hunt('(1 down their Pl"17 -with the negro gentleman. Leconte t lls , I us that he travelled with a gentleman ofh11;h fitaading-, who had becn endeavouring to place at college, in.a we tern sta e. Well he may he, for his hon(,8 were I all one, centuri(,:i a o - dissol ved in the juiccs of the bog. Here are bones, but they are like gnarled limbs of a great tree. Around are picked up boncs-the bones of the cattle nnd game eaten at the ancient feasts; am I skins "hich may have covered hoat R, or served as clothin . and, that if he talked To your Imrpri8í.', I reply that none of thc in th \t style a I'ccond time, she would gct him l5ad ami Ehamel(,f-:-\ crcatures to whom YOll put into \ m,\tl-hou St.; and, as to the young- allude, arc But Ii.'I'Ctl to annoy tll- }mhlic in gentlemen ,\ ith pretty mou tache8 and unim- fluch placc . oles wc cannot that indeed \Voultl be 80mf'thing- respecta Lle prevcnt you; hut we will})reycnt you from and manlv. :iha J.l not repel and di gu:,f '(y ten-pound note-soon may I look upon thc pure, debarring them from Eìmusement . \ proper and which we think it innocent and even wise to natur Ll con equence of the fulne s of ca h enjoy." honestly ('.\rned, j,.. .\0òI I hav E asked the que tion, I must am:" ('r it. no not turn sick anti ru..h [\\\ay in horror, but look. but ten times dirtier; Smithfield, with more cru(\lty, and wanton neglect, and f;hameful filth, than you would find any [on- day or Friday mornin . A square deal box, such as would nicely hold a lady's bonnet and be light enough to be carrie(l by the lady herself, is, when packed with these cards, a heavy load for a porter, anll a fatiguing sight for unaccustomed eyes.Lest there should be any mi take, however, throu h a moment"s Iap c of attention on the part of the workman, there is a Checking Iachine-al C) the im ention of Mr. Edmond- Fon-hy "hith the printed tickets arf' finally tc8ted. l Ie let out bis 1)atent on profitable terms--ten shillings per mile per annum; that is, a railway of thirty miles long paid him fifteen pounds a year for a licence to print its own tickets by his apparatus; and a railway of sixty miles long paid him thirty pounds, and so on.As his profits began to come in, he began to spend them; and it is not the least interestillg part of his history to see how.

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and I the assertion that such rights ofle"fying duties I 5 il could not he conce,lrd to a prh ate D! and that the proùucts are not -no less than sixty-eig-ht of them. r(', oh e at different rates with the working' of the re:-t of the appamtus. The Manchester and Leeds Railway Company were the fir:5t to avail themselves of Mr.

':,ociation tr atmcnt of the npgrocs, and retlect et('rnal tl of men, hnwe Hr it might other\\ i (' be \\ orthy honour on the t-tar and ! the di tance of one figurf' at a time 1;)r the unit , and the secollli "heel. Edmondson's invention; and they secured bis services at their station at Oldham Road, for a time.

l G Hops - 109 1I0rticu It TJrl\1 Show at Rye - - M Jl OU5e }rns In }'alal So'esth-al at Cniro - - 236 }2 Villagt' Life in Egf Pt - - 28;") Vi it to the Castle (If Loehes - 86 Visit to the Spirit Rappers 211, 420 "r AU. _ 76 'Ville Duties 0 _ 296 Winter in tiermsny - 4 6 Wllif Nurses - - 562 Wood, anel how to Cut it - M1 W Ol Jdnllm's Club Surgeon, The W orkll Ouses in Irt Jland - - 170 Y M'I1TING - - 465 Yarmouth Coast . l Ie does not, however, feel the daily insult; he is acclimatiseù to the atmosphere of "\ITong. They arc ,i iting tlu' little mo, 'i \\ ith rt'trihution. '.\Ild'i of y,'ar8: but the hour of r trihution h.\s come nt la"t. b They trench d 'cp; and, ha ing pared o.\\uy the loo! Here we have a moderate-sized apartment, fitted up with little besides the apparatuf-:, am I tenanted by two neatly-dressed, cheerful- faced, kind-spoken Friends-young brothers who quietly work out here the invention of I their honoured relatiye. per minute, und l)Os....i Ll to print three hundred. 0 fl'l't hi h, lar e l'llull h ill tlw inside to conh Lin 8 pile of hlank tiekd:i, laitl fla.t upon each other.

OTI Y Trot - 499 W ct1e\ing Bells - - M W eddin in the Clouds - 261 ,\: c :\ ariners of England - - 553 " halmg - - - - 401 What my Coffee-house Is not - 2."),1 What Sand is - , - - 422 What to Do \\ itb our Letters - 139 WI ut they Do at the Top of tho }- - 126 What you may See nt Turin - 190 When I Sen"t',l in the Militia - 245 When the Mill Goes - - 311 ""here we : Stopped Growin'" . - - 424 Yorkshire and its Mamüactures 2811 Yourself at Turin - 1 1 ZOOLOGICAL Gardf'ns, Fatal Ac. At the last census there were found to be four hundred and twenty-eight thousand. Thf're are plf\nty of people eng-ag-ed in untloin till' \\ork of so many a,... and heginning- a new era on this c:pot "hic'h has sc('n FI) l Il.1ny changes. -e fil Jron::l "ponge, near the tol', t1m1 beneath a brv" n pcat, \\ hich they know \\ ill be worth dig- ing out. utt"rly ill'eompo:o:ed, nnd cv('ry part turned to U t'. It is in this one I room, and by that bright, clean, handsome apparatus, that millious of railway passports ' are l)repared. The fir t thin'" ahout the machine ,.catches the eye C. Jli Llell'n \\ ithin the machine is a little form of type, containing the names of the pla(' s to be pl'inted, anel till' c Ia' of curriag-e.

a youth full of and mtclhgence, "Ith a clear kin, vet with some flaw of coluur in his mother.s ancestry. e must not judgl) of the stature of j hi race by bi He is almo t as light as I 0. Last of a11- ilown in the Rand halfhuried in the clay, there i" a shining of gold. i-; an olc I })rÏ\ ilp " of tlll' witlrm 8 of snilur'i anfl fi:-lhf'rmpn who ha \"(' I bee n loot at IW. Chit' I ..houlcl not havc h\ 0 peach,\hle charßCt('r , let th(,111 look out for women ,\ horn 1 re pectccl there. But no male cashiers or clerks atlyertising am I hawking ahout your vicious- 8hould cver enter her doors, as burc as sho ncc:s in places wherc it can shock and corrupt \\as an Englishwoman born, and a . Whoever herc wants to illdul e in \ ice shall nut I beg')[. the desirc to encl a little England talks loudly of her morality; but of it in reac::onable p I ea.c::ure. She will doned people so much as to pull down others f'ing The ]'àvollrite, and her proceeds will to their own level; and. Thl' native orchei-tra is nclrnirablc, holds more true of woml'n than it do('s in and wc anticipate a treat. Sow, if "om CIl, hy leac1ing un.ten- f:içe acquaintance for Fleveral miles around. The little folks are allowed to choose their 0\\ u partners for life: in thcir case, there aro not o many points to coo ider. pictorinl an H'lior \- tion of the Murqui s 'S of Granhy amillero('u ll I'd and 11U t1eù on I)hore b,y hundred . There is 8 great deal more on the deck of the steamer yet. hetween Cock Lane on thl' on(' ide ancl Barhic:.1.n on the other. It is fatigning to think of the crowù that would be formed by the railway passengers who will be transmitted by means of this one boxful of cards.

Show at Rye - - M Jl OU5e }rns In }'alal So'esth-al at Cniro - - 236 }2 Villagt' Life in Egf Pt - - 28;") Vi it to the Castle (If Loehes - 86 Visit to the Spirit Rappers 211, 420 "r AU. _ 76 'Ville Duties 0 _ 296 Winter in tiermsny - 4 6 Wllif Nurses - - 562 Wood, anel how to Cut it - M1 W Ol Jdnllm's Club Surgeon, The W orkll Ouses in Irt Jland - - 170 Y M'I1TING - - 465 Yarmouth Coast . l Ie does not, however, feel the daily insult; he is acclimatiseù to the atmosphere of "\ITong. They arc ,i iting tlu' little mo, 'i \ ith rt'trihution. '.\Ild'i of y,'ar8: but the hour of r trihution h.\s come nt la"t. b They trench d 'cp; and, ha ing pared o.\uy the loo! Here we have a moderate-sized apartment, fitted up with little besides the apparatuf-:, am I tenanted by two neatly-dressed, cheerful- faced, kind-spoken Friends-young brothers who quietly work out here the invention of I their honoured relatiye. per minute, und l)Os....i Ll to print three hundred. 0 fl'l't hi h, lar e l'llull h ill tlw inside to conh Lin 8 pile of hlank tiekd:i, laitl fla.t upon each other.

OTI Y Trot - 499 W ct1e\ing Bells - - M W eddin in the Clouds - 261 ,\: c :\ ariners of England - - 553 " halmg - - - - 401 What my Coffee-house Is not - 2."),1 What Sand is - , - - 422 What to Do \ itb our Letters - 139 WI ut they Do at the Top of tho }- - 126 What you may See nt Turin - 190 When I Sen"t',l in the Militia - 245 When the Mill Goes - - 311 ""here we : Stopped Growin'" . - - 424 Yorkshire and its Mamüactures 2811 Yourself at Turin - 1 1 ZOOLOGICAL Gardf'ns, Fatal Ac. At the last census there were found to be four hundred and twenty-eight thousand. Thf're are plf\nty of people eng-ag-ed in untloin till' \ork of so many a,... and heginning- a new era on this c:pot "hic'h has sc('n FI) l Il.1ny changes. -e fil Jron::l "ponge, near the tol', t1m1 beneath a brv" n pcat, \ hich they know \ ill be worth dig- ing out. utt"rly ill'eompo:o:ed, nnd cv('ry part turned to U t'. It is in this one I room, and by that bright, clean, handsome apparatus, that millious of railway passports ' are l)repared. The fir t thin'" ahout the machine ,.catches the eye C. Jli Llell'n \ ithin the machine is a little form of type, containing the names of the pla(' s to be pl'inted, anel till' c Ia' of curriag-e.

a youth full of and mtclhgence, "Ith a clear kin, vet with some flaw of coluur in his mother.s ancestry. e must not judgl) of the stature of j hi race by bi He is almo t as light as I 0. Last of a11- ilown in the Rand halfhuried in the clay, there i" a shining of gold. i-; an olc I })rÏ\ ilp " of tlll' witlrm 8 of snilur'i anfl fi:-lhf'rmpn who ha \"(' I bee n loot at IW. Chit' I ..houlcl not havc h\ 0 peach,\hle charßCt('r , let th(,111 look out for women ,\ horn 1 re pectccl there. But no male cashiers or clerks atlyertising am I hawking ahout your vicious- 8hould cver enter her doors, as burc as sho ncc:s in places wherc it can shock and corrupt \as an Englishwoman born, and a . Whoever herc wants to illdul e in \ ice shall nut I beg')[. the desirc to encl a little England talks loudly of her morality; but of it in reac::onable p I ea.c::ure. She will doned people so much as to pull down others f'ing The ]'àvollrite, and her proceeds will to their own level; and. Thl' native orchei-tra is nclrnirablc, holds more true of woml'n than it do('s in and wc anticipate a treat. Sow, if "om CIl, hy leac1ing un.ten- f:içe acquaintance for Fleveral miles around. The little folks are allowed to choose their 0\ u partners for life: in thcir case, there aro not o many points to coo ider. pictorinl an H'lior \- tion of the Murqui s 'S of Granhy amillero('u ll I'd and 11U t1eù on I)hore b,y hundred . There is 8 great deal more on the deck of the steamer yet. hetween Cock Lane on thl' on(' ide ancl Barhic:.1.n on the other. It is fatigning to think of the crowù that would be formed by the railway passengers who will be transmitted by means of this one boxful of cards.

le pow('r of endurance in the hea t, kills it j Ul'lt before it "ouh I othl'rwise die. It was thought a splendid thing that railways should be opened in various parts of the country; and when it was arranged that some of them should meet at certain points, people asked whether so grand a thing was eyer heard of before.

If we remember what the TIailway Clearing House is, and what it does; if we remember that what it does is precisely what it saves tra,-ellers and merchants the trouble of doing; if we remember that the two hundred clerks of that estaùli hment dispose of above fifty millions of matters of detail in the course of a year, we shall see that )11'.

carriage on almost any of our great lines, to be conveyed without further care to the oppo- lìite end òfthe kino-dom-and the unorgallised condition of a.ffai;s from which )[r. whereby we should have been compelled to shift ourselves and our luggage from time to time, huying new ticketf', wait- inf T while they were fille(l up, waiting at al ost every joint of the journey, and having to do with divers companies who had nothing to do with each other but to find fault alll I he jealous.

h-r ERE T in the mhject of lavery has during the pre ent year 1l,.Ü:f; the Engli F:h lan nage, whether la"ery ought tu be aboli:o:hed: the only que:that awaib solution now i . XP1 rol's undpr pani h ma ters are nr cd to w OI'k with an inlmm:m rig-our; c:,l' Ii. tiff leathcr, through and through, from his wasted foot to his shrunk cr OWll. It is the o Iel house, to he Hure, thut Ftoocl F: O prettily upon the green. o'tonc, anll now the hearthstone; and now they arc picking up the charred nuts that "ere ath('r d to be eaten thousancls of years ago. has them still; and in far climes there is the elephant; hut that little Ireland f:houly this. The stream is to flow here again, ancl the people al'e deepening the channel. Some of us who have travelled on very g Il Ort, or very insignificant out-of-the-way , lines may have seen, up to yesterday, paper L tickets-yellow, blue, or pink-printed in ordinary printing-pr(Ese . Eùmond- son's tickets; and tl1CY are now well-niah universal in the "Gnitedkingdom, and fa Illili r in France, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, the \V cst Indies, nnd Peru.

J)- lished their pystem upon principle ' (,1 Y Il\IJch more humane than th() (' adopted Ly thp Spa.niards in thdr neighhorhood. to preserve any remain of this antique citizen, he is II locked up carefully under the charge of learned men. Tbis is not tbe Ja Rt or tbetrea Rurcs wbicb the mo"'s is compelled to yield up-not hy many. ,\ hat is thi., h)'o\ n floor on which the spades strike, at a depth of twenty feet from whcre the sun eyor is looking down! The edge of the floor is found, am I they dig down nine feet further, d('claring that they have found a cupboard twl'lve ft'et square. 't lays it across hi8 bench and 8aws a Flice oflït laboriously, and indents it with his chisel to show a stranger from over the sea how fine is the chocolate-coloured grain, and ll OW well-tempered are the tools required to carve such 0. If the natural lake and 1\ oods have been absorbed ana d('vourcd, it is no wonder that the artifici l i land8 are dis olved. The letters received and spnt off aliount to many thousands per day, aud there is a staff oflads whose business it is to open and sort them. The it Ue cards--blue, for the most part- which gentlemen stick in their hats and ladies carry in their gloyes, are : Mr.

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  1. This success not only brought the newly enlarged country into conflict with the Khmers, but it also gave the country its present elongated shape, wide at the top and bottom and exceedingly narrow in the middle where the mountains that run down its center approach the sea coast.