George Iii. On Punctuality
A Beggar's Wedding
A Gamekeeper's Daughter
A Child On Board
The Deaf And Dumb Mother
A Christmas Pudding Extraordinary
The Slave Trade
The Wounded Sailor
300 Scudi (l62), With The Words, "for The Advocate ..
Man--shut It Up--shut It Up! Go Home And Read My Book, P
Pope The Poet
Marshal De Nevailles
When Reginald Heber read his prize poem, "Palestine,"
to Sir Walter Scott, the latter observed that, in the verses on Solomon's
Temple, one striking circumstance had escaped him, namely, that no tools
were used in its erection. Reginald retired for a few minutes to the corner
of the room, and returned with the beautiful lines:--
"No hammer fell, no ponderous axes rung;
Like some tall palm, the mystic fabric sprung.
Majestic silence," &c.
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Estimate Of Greatness
Bishop Of St. Lisieux
Without Doubt," Said The Bishop
Magdeline De Savoie
A Quarter Of An Hour
George The Second
A French Mayor
A Timely Answer
The Two Smith's
Shaving A Queen
Friends And Hares
A Tiresome Companion