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... 201

World ...


PAAR Henri Rochefort..

Thomas H. Stockton, D.D..... 216 Phrenology in the School-room 203 Night.-Miraculous Healing.. 817 Menbood and its Development 204 Retrospection ...

219 Concentrated Progress of the End of the Voyage............ 219

205 Do as Others Do........... 219 "Junt"-Neither More Dor Less 206 Autumn..................... 320 Light Literature 206 Premiums...

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224 A Woman's Work upon the Smoking on the Street RallPrusso-Austrian Battle-Deld 210

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Earning . Wle............... 213 To Our Correspondents....... 2:9
Henry Edward Manning...... 313 Publisher's Department ..... 230
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How to be Miverable.......... 314 The Mink.....

336 Notes on the Inhabitants of AD Architectural Curiosity ... 336 Brazil........

214 A Good Temperance Story.... 236

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HERE is a young, wide-awake, clear-minded, highly educated, outspoken, incautious, frank, free, "high-pressure," republican Frenchman. He has a sort of no-fear, don't-care expression, which would look even an emperor in the face and say, “Who are you?" He is versatile, racy, emphatic, combative, sarcastic, critical. How much of the milk of human kindness, how much humility, penitence, or compunction he possesses, this deponent sayeth not. His religion' will not deter him from playing the mischief with aristocratic royalty, and selfelected legislators, emperors, and other upstarts. So long as he continues to ventilate the wickedness of his own country, we will say nothing to him about that Scriptural sarcasm,

namely, “ Physician, heal thyself." He is though the mustache partly hides the expres-
young, and, it is hoped, will improve. We sion of the mouth.
give below a sketch, mainly founded on an Not being familiar with the history of his
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Gartenlaube, a Leipsic publication.

not, at an early age, he exhibited any remarkM. Henri Rochefort, whose Lanterne has able talent. As a boy, the accounts of him are created the latest excitement in France, and mcagre, and with the exception of one or two attracted the attention of the intelligent in favorable mentions during his school-days, and other European countries and in the United one literary performance, in which a promiStates, is the son of the Marquis de Rochefort nent Frenchman discovered the manifestation Lucay, and has, as yet, only attained his of an embryo genius, we have little satisfactory thirtieth year. He is a tall, slender man, with knowledge of him until he came upon the a high forehead and well-defined features, political field.

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