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THE SUNDAY LECTURE SOCIETY

... THE SUNDAY LECTURE SDCTETV To the Editor of The Graphic Sir,-- Will you please insert in your next number a correction of a misstatement which appeared in an article published in your last issue. It i ...

Published: Saturday 22 January 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 121 | Page: Page 22 | Tags: Letter 

RHYME

... To the Editor o/TllE GRAPHIC Sir, In these days, when every second man is a poet, and every third an epigrammatist, rhyme is amatter of some moment. Mr. Tom Hood, in his recent work on the Rules ...

Published: Saturday 12 March 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 166 | Page: Page 7 | Tags: Letter 

RHYME

... To the Editor of The Graphic Sir, I think I can suggest to your correspondent Isabel a more legitimate rhyme to month than twenty-oneth. What does she say to millionth pronounced, of cour ...

Published: Saturday 19 March 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 71 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

RHYME

... To the Editor of The Graphic Sir, Mr. Gilbert is undoubtedly right in saying that millionth, if incorrectly accentuated, is a rhyme for month but this is cutting the Gordian knot. Paroxysmal ...

Published: Saturday 26 March 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 220 | Page: Page 18 | Tags: Letter 

To the Editor of THE GRAPHIC

... Sir, I see that my friend, Mr. W. S. Gilbert, of Bab Ballad celebrity, suggests millionth as a rhyme to month. This strikes me as going too far even for an eccentric r ...

Published: Saturday 26 March 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 327 | Page: Page 18 | Tags: Letter 

Letter

... To the Editor of The Graphic Sir,-- Since writing to you last week it has occurred to me that there is at all events one perfectly legitimate method of getting at a rhyme to silver. It is so evident ...

Published: Saturday 02 April 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 149 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

THE URVOCAL VOWEL

... THE UR VOCAL VOWEL To the Editor of The Graphic Sir, I cannot complain of so natural a typographical error as unvocal for urvocal; but the former epithet is obviously absurd as applied to a vowel. All ...

Published: Saturday 02 April 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 116 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

RHYME

... To the Editor of The Graphic Sir, I accept Mr. Burnand's challenge to find a rhyme to silver, if he will allow me the licence that he himself takes in finding a rhyme to month. If Mr. Burnand ...

Published: Saturday 02 April 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 575 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

A RHYME FOR SILVER

... To the Editor of The Graphic Sir, Permit me to suggest a rhyme for silver more allowable than Mr. Gilbert's promised Chilver, or than the pilver of Mr. Burnand's imaginary dialect. ...

Published: Saturday 16 April 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 91 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

OUR PROSY CORRESPONDENT

... SIR, When Viator writes to the Times to complain that his train has been seventeen minutes behind time every morning during the week, Tuesday excepted, he invariably, after sta ...

Published: Saturday 09 July 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1550 | Page: Page 14 | Tags: Letter 

ARCHÆOLOGY AND CITY IMPROVEMENTS

... ARCHAOLOGY AND CITY IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EDITOR OF THE GRAPHIC Sir, Some three weeks ago a discovery was made in Aldgate of what appears to be an ancient church, the arches and columns of which are i ...

Published: Saturday 09 July 1870
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 189 | Page: Page 19 | Tags: Letter 

DRAMATIC CRITICISM

... . To the Editor of The I lixstbated Sronnxc a>t> Diiamatic News. J Sib, It is just possible that criticism of the present time may be considered by authors, actors, and managers to b ...