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AUTHOR OF LETTERS FROM
AUTHOR OF CHARLES LOW.
AUTHOR OF JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN'
AUTHOR OF JOHN HERRING' AUTHOR OF 'JOHN WARD, PREACHER'
AUTHOR OF MRS. JERNING. HAM'S JOURNAL'
A. B. R. B.
A. F. H.
A. K. H. B.
Contributors to Volumes I. to XXII.
ANDRE, G. G.
ARCHER, WILLIAM AUSTIN, L. F. AVONVALE
AXON, WILLIAM E. A.
COX, REV. SIR G. W., BART.
DALBY, SIR W. B.
E. L. P.
ESDAILE, ELLERY EVANS, B. G. EVANS, SIR JOHN EVANS, SEBASTIAN EYRE, MURRAY FARIA RISOM
FARKER, J. A.
FRANCIS, M. E.
GOSSE, EDMUND W.
GRAHAM, P. ANDERSON
HUNT, MRS. ALFRED W.
LECKY, W. E. H.
LELAND, CHARLES G. LONGMAN, C. J. LOWE, ROBERT W. LUMMIS, E. W. MCCARTHY, JUSTIN MACKAIL, J. W. MCPHERSON, J. G. MALLINS, H. MANSTON, AUGUSTUS MARSH, RICHARD MARTIN, MISS A. L. MATTHEWS, BRANDER MILLER, W. c. MILNER, GEORGE MOLESWORTH, MRS. MORRIS, EDWARD E. MORRIS, LEWIS MURDOCK, W. L. MURRAY, D. CHRISTIE MURRAY, HENRY MURRAY, R. F. MUSGRAVE, MRS. NANSEN, DR. FRIDTJOF NATHAN, GEORGE I.
NELSON, W. F.
NICHOLS, J. B. B.
NOBLE, JAS. ASHCROFT
THACKERAY, F. ST. JOHN
'Duty, Not Happiness, is the True Object of Life.
WHAT COMMANDS THE ADMIRATION AND HOMAGE OF MANKIND ?-CHARACTER
THE FATHER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
AN INCIDENT IN HIS FIRST CANVASS. TELL 'IM TO CHALK HIS NAME ON THE COUNTER, AND YOUR FATHER SHALL ASK HIS CHARACTER.
If I were asked to account in a sentence for his great popularity, I should say it was his great urbanity, his fidelity to true Liberalism, his love of independence, and his unimpeachable character. During his first canvass (about 60 years ago), Mr. Villiers and two friends entered a small shop at Willenhall that had been left in charge of a young girl. On learning their business the damsel shouted upstairs, "Mother, here's a gentleman as is come for father's vote for Member of Parliament." To this a voice from above made answer, "Tell 'im to chalk his name on the counter, and your FATHER SHALL ASK HIS CHARACTER." "Thank you, Ma'am," shouted the candidate; after which, turning to his companions, he said, "Book that for me, I am as certain of it as if it were already given.'-Newcastle Chronicle.
RUSSIA'S ADVANCE TOWARDS
Conversations with Skobeleff.
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