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... SPEAK THB TRUTH. SPEAK THE TRUTH. SPEAK THB TRUTH. JJOPE AND BRIGHT CONGRATULATE HOPE AND BRIGHT COKORATULATM HOPS AND BRIGHT CONGRATULATE HOPE AND BRIGHT CONGRATULATE ...

Published: Saturday 25 October 1890
Newspaper: Sporting Life
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 25 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

gEQUAH’S REMEDIES. gEQUAHS REMEDIES. REMEDIES. J 8 PERMANENT? |8 PERMANENT? J 8 IT PERMANENT? CHURCHES SPEAK. ..

... gEQUAH’S REMEDIES. gEQUAHS REMEDIES. REMEDIES. J 8 PERMANENT? |8 PERMANENT? J 8 IT PERMANENT? CHURCHES SPEAK. CHURCHES SPEAK. CHURCHES SPEAK. Captala rmk Matw (MtsUo* Aisy). ». U.QOly. wntm. WUlluiJUMa UN* »• Ihm netni |r»«t rran Uw uwof r** **»**. H« ...

ORIGINAL . POETRY. SPEAK THE RIGHT!—By G. IlvLcaiNoci. Speak the Right! Each purest thought Act out, M need, in ..

... ORIGINAL . POETRY. SPEAK THE RIGHT!—By G. IlvLcaiNoci. Speak the Right! Each purest thought Act out, M need, in Mitring words! Truths unspoken strike no wrongs:gelesa rost like broken sworos ! Yet whilst thou in thou.:et-tones Donounce ill-doors in their ...

Published: Saturday 08 May 1880
Newspaper: Woolwich Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 696 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

speak me. 1 wont up to biro, and he immediately called out in English know if I would speak for

... speak me. 1 wont up to biro, and he immediately called out in English know if I would speak for him. lIU story, if it was true, was sufficiently sad story. He was an English lad, who had been employed in a shop in Paris for some yearn. the night the fires ...

, 0) my darling. Speak woman, speak. Oh tell me ; '5

... my darling. Speak woman, speak. Oh tell me ; '5 My God, she cried , thing she matter ? is he He is dead, was the reply , Ding dong, ding dong, rang out the merry Christmas bells. A s hriek anguish mingled with the sound, and Mabel's form fell lifeless ...

Published: Friday 28 December 1894
Newspaper: Music Hall and Theatre Review
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 323 | Page: 60, 61 | Tags: none

BUCKETS. PUMP BUCKETS. SPEAKING TRUMPETS. LINING FOR BOXES, SPEAKING TUBES. TILLER ROPES

... BUCKETS. PUMP BUCKETS. SPEAKING TRUMPETS. LINING FOR BOXES, SPEAKING TUBES. TILLER ROPES. FISHING NET FLOATS. FLASKS. BOTTLES. AND SHEATHING FOR SHIPS. BOWLS. waterproof canvas. chamber utensils. AIR-TIGHT LIFE BOAT CELLS. CHART CASES. TUBES FOR PUMPING ...

Lord Harrington will speak on Mr. Parnell's Amendment to-morrow night, and Sir WUliam Ilai'C-ourt is expected ..

... Lord Harrington will speak on Mr. Parnell's Amendment to-morrow night, and Sir WUliam Ilai'C-ourt is expected to speak before the closo of the Debate, whicb is now likely to con- I tinue till Friday. Sir Michael Beach will wind up the Debate. Mr. Chamberlain ...

Published: Wednesday 09 February 1887
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1199 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

YOU SPEAK FRENCH, Don’t Yon ?—No, I Dover oonld. —Then dm PORQUET’S SPEAKING FABLES and yon will in lees than

... YOU SPEAK FRENCH, Don’t Yon ?—No, I Dover oonld. —Then dm PORQUET’S SPEAKING FABLES and yon will in lees than thirty hours. If you can but French little.—l 3, Ta7is«oeh-street, Strand. Stereoscopic slides, from Life, s*. gfta Academy Photographs, 21s ...

Published: Saturday 26 September 1863
Newspaper: Illustrated Weekly News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 203 | Page: 16 | Tags: none