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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 419 Volume 17, New Series, January 10, 1852   By:

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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 419 Volume 17, New Series, January 10, 1852 is a fascinating collection of various articles, stories, and poems from the 19th century. The wide range of topics covered in this journal provides readers with a glimpse into the social, political, and cultural climate of the time.

The writing in this publication is diverse and engaging, with each piece offering a unique perspective or insight. From discussions on science and literature to tales of adventure and romance, there is something for everyone in this volume.

One of the highlights of this journal is the inclusion of thought-provoking essays that challenge the reader to think critically about the world around them. These pieces tackle complex issues with nuance and wit, making for a truly enriching reading experience.

Overall, Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 419 Volume 17, New Series, January 10, 1852 is a captivating read that offers a window into the past while also providing timeless insights that can still resonate with readers today. I highly recommend this journal to anyone interested in history, literature, or simply looking for an engaging and thought-provoking read.

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No. 419. NEW SERIES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1852. PRICE 1 1/2 d .


My friends, have you read Elia? If so, follow me, walking in the shadow of his mild presence, while I recount to you my vision of the Lost Ages. I am neither single nor unblessed with offspring, yet, like Charles Lamb, I have had my 'dream children.' Years have flown over me since I stood a bride at the altar. My eyes are dim and failing, and my hairs are silver white. My real children of flesh and blood have become substantial men and women, carving their own fortunes, and catering for their own tastes in the matter of wives and husbands, leaving their old mother, as nature ordereth, to the stillness and repose fitted for her years. Understand, this is not meant to imply that the fosterer of their babyhood, the instructor of their childhood, the guide of their youth, is forsaken or neglected by those who have sprung up to maturity beneath her eye. No; I am blessed in my children. Living apart, I yet see them often; their joys, their cares are mine. Not a Sabbath dawns but it finds me in the midst of them; not a holiday or a festival of any kind is noted in the calendar of their lives, but Grandmamma is the first to be sent for... Continue reading book >>

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