“ I am devoted to phrenology, pnd I love the study and pursuit of literature,am j puzzled as to which I should make my «fc | work,” said the student. “My dear boy,” xeliyrjucd the professor, “why don’t yoa toss a .cent opd decide the matter that way ? Heads, phrqaqtojy; tales, letters.” A pretty floWejr arrangement recently seen on g, fcondon dini\<y teijle was groups of daffodils aad narcissi .tied satin ribbon and laid oa pjoith of jgql^ white china baskets filled wj,th ,of yellow flowers. The candlesticks were ,or silver with yellow shades, and the whole is I said to have looked cool and pretty. It seems'rather like a fried egg symphony In' •It is reported that an anonymous writer enclosed tqn MJ)00 notes in a letter to the Prince of Whiles the opposition to the Boyal^ranfs
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889
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