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The Atlantic Monthly, volume 18, No. 110, December, 1866

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Here crouches a Chinesemendicant, there glides an Italian image-vender; a Swedish sailor ishard pressed by a smoking Cuban, and a Hungarian officer is flanked by aFrench loiterer; here leers a wanton, there moans a waif; now passes anIrish funeral procession, and again long files of Teutonic "Turners";the wistful eyes of a beggar stare at the piles of gold in themoney-changer's show-window; a sister of charity walks beside a JewishRabbi; then comes a brawny negro, then a bare-legged Highlander;... figuressuch as are met in the Levant; school-boys with their books andlunch-boxes, Cockneys fresh from Piccadilly, a student who reminds us ofBerlin, an American Indian, in pantaloons; a gaunt Western, a keenYankee, and a broad Dutch physiognomy alternate; flower-venders, dog-pedlers, diplomates, soldiers, dandies, and vagabonds, pass anddisappear; a firemen's procession, fallen horse, dead-lock of vehicles, military halt, or menagerie caravan, checks momently the advancingthrong; and some beautiful face or elegant costume looms out of theconfused picture like an exquisite vision; great cubes of lake crystalglisten in the ice-carts hard by blocks of ebon coal from the forests ofthe primeval world; there a letter-carrier threads his way, and here anewsboy shouts his extra; a milk-cart rattles by, and a walkingadvertisement stalks on; here is a fashionable doctor's gig, there amammoth express-wagon; a sullen Southerner contrasts with a grinningGaul, a darkly-vested bishop with a gayly-attired child, adaintily-gloved belle with a mud-soiled drunkard; a little shoe-blackand a blind fiddler ply their trades in the shadow of Emmet's obelisk, and a toy-merchant has Montgomery's mural tablet for a background; onthe fence is a string of favorite ballads and popular songs; a mockauctioneer shouts from one door, and a silent wax effigy gazes fromanother.

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