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Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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le lake, with rivers and streams connectingone with another, and you can go very many miles fromone to another. Wherries go from place to place,trading. In the summer-time we go out in a sailing-boat orrowboat, and take our tea on the broads, and we havenice fun. There are little dikes (something like smalland narrow rivers) running from the broads into theland. Norfolk is very nice and hot in the summer, butin the winter it is rather cold. Our father was at the war in South Africa a littlemore than a year ago, but he s not a soldier; he is a cor-respondent and he takes photographs. He goes about lecturing now about the war, and thebeginning of last year he had a lecture nearly everynight at different places. He had some lectures atScotland last year, and we went with him. We were allborn at Scotland, but our father and mother are bothEnglish. I like England a lot better than Scotland,because it is nearly always wet in Scotland.I remain, your little reader, Elaine Shelley (age n). 670
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ANSWERS TO PUZZLES IN THE APRIL NUMBER. Phonetic Additions, i. Yell-ov*4. Call-ow. 5. Fell-ow. 6. AIl-ow. 2. Shall-ow. 3. Fall-o\v.7. Will-ow. 8. Pill-ow. 9.Bill-ow. Double Beheadings. Easter. 1. St-eel. 2. Ap-art. 3. Up-start. 4. En-tire. 5. Pi-ease. 6. St-ray. Double Syncopations. Easter Sunday. 1. (th)aler, earl. 2.(c)o(a)sts, osts, osts. 3. se(v)er(s), seer, seer. 4. puls(es), puis,plus. 5. e(rr)and, eand, Edna. 6. (b)ra(w)ny, rany, yarn. Positives and Comparatives, i. Fie, fire. 2. Ewe, ewer. 3.Pitch, pitcher. 4. Draw, drawer. 5. Flow, flower. 6. Steam,steamer. 7. Dress, dresser. 8. Moth, mother. 9. Bat, batter. 10.Broth, brother. 11. Trig, trigger. 12. Put, putter. 13. Lard, larder. Beheadings and Curtailings. St. Valentines. 1. F-Iash-y. 2. S-late-s. 3. P-love-r. 4. S-pear-s. 5. S-tilt-s. 6. G-reed-y. 7. P-lane-s. 8. G-rate-s. 9. T-rain-s. 10. B-ring-s. it. L-ever-s.12. C-rest-s. To our Puzzlers : Answers, to be acknowledged in the magazine, must be received not later than the
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