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Mr. Stacy Markss A SELECT COMMITTEE is unintentionally a satire upon the proceedings Featured 1891 Engraving Image

Mr. Stacy Markss A SELECT COMMITTEE is unintentionally a satire upon the proceedings

Mr. Stacy Marks's A SELECT COMMITTEE is unintentionally a satire upon the proceedings of many public bodies, in which cockatoos and macaws sustain prolonged debates to their own satisfaction but with little profit to the bystanders

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Source Size = 2516 x 3777 Featured 1891 Engraving Image

Source Size = 2516 x 3777

MR. GLADSTONE OPENING A NEW HALL AT PORT SUNLIGHT, CHESHIRE: "This hall means relief from toil in the first place, though not exclusively. Labour is the lot of man; labour is the burden of man; labour is, and, I fear, long may be in many of its branches, a severe and heavy burden, although I rejoice to think that it is lighter far than it was during the early years of my life for nearly the whole, if not the whole, of the labouring population."

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Source Size = 5072 x 1903 Featured 1891 Engraving Image

Source Size = 5072 x 1903

LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL IN SOUTH AFRICA; A SKETCH OF THE COUNTRY FROM MATIPI'S KRAAL: "On Sunday, the 2nd August, we traversed for fourteen miles a magnificent country, hilly, well watered, the bush veldt being more open and park-like than before, dotted with many and various fine trees, covered thickly with sweet grass, good for oxen, with a soil capable of growing every species of agricultural produce. This good country extends from the Lundi to within a few miles of Fort Victoria, a distance of about sixty miles, and is incomparably the best part of Mashonaland which I have yet seen or heard of."

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