福彩3d好心人布衣2十1 Of late years Mr. Cruikshank has busied himself very much with steel engraving, and the consequences of that lucky invention have been, that his plates are now sold by thousands, where they could only be produced by hundreds before. He has made many a bookseller's and author's fortune (we trust that in so doing he may not have neglected his own). Twelve admirable plates, furnished yearly to that facetious little publication, the Comic Almanac, have gained for it a sale, as we hear, of nearly twenty thousand copies. The idea of the work was novel; there was, in the first number especially, a great deal of comic power, and Cruikshank's designs were so admirable that the Almanac at once became a vast favorite with the public, and has so remained ever since. CHAPTER III. SEPARATION OF FAMILIES. Chapter LVI 銆€銆€鈥淩unning is tough on the legs,鈥?Dr. Davis said. She was so gentle and apologetic, I could tell whatelse she was thinking: 鈥淓specially your legs, big fella.鈥?