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Christianity in China

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Death of a Powerful Monarch

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Slocum's Cotton Press

Help Yourselves to Pork

Extraordinary Fact

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Recent Fires

Canine Sagacity

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The Omniscience of God

Extraordinary State of the Atmosphere

Evil Influence of Fashion

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Singular Discovery in Mississippi

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Russell's Uranoscope

New Fish Trap

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May 08, 1847

Confronting Common Wisdom