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NELSON'S TRAFALGAR SPEECH

... came in contact with Sir Thomas Hardy (the Captain Hard► of Nelson'a flagshiP), and inquired of him an to the accuracy of this report. He replied distinctly that Nelson did wear the deoorated coat, and that be (Captain Hardy) did represent to tho danger; ...

Published: Saturday 19 August 1876
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 185 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MARRIAGES

... Perthshire, Esq., to Elizabeth Penelope, second daughter of the Rev. Thomas B. Fookes, D.C.L., of New College, Oxford, and Thame. At Redgorton Manse, March 10, the Rev. Thomas Hardy, of Fowlis-Wester, to Helen Isabella, third daughter of the Rev. William ...

Scribner's Magazine for May is Scribner's an exhibition number, and is as Magazine, excellent a shilling's ..

... represented by suggestive bit social prophecy and philosophy, entitled, The Upward Pressure. Robert Louis Stevenson, Thomas Hardy, and other distinguished names are on the list of contributors. The exhibition number of Scribner is altogether a remarkable ...

Messrs Bradbury, Agnew, & Co. arerr about to issue in monthly parts the Comic History England and the

... finest contemporary thought and action. Thus the first part will contain drawings of Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart., and Mr Thomas Hardy ; while amongst those who have already sat, or who have promised to sit, are: Mr Grant Allen, William Archer, Mr Robert ...

Literary Notes

... cheaper edition should largely increase the number of its admirers. t.2a 6d.) Mr W. L. Courthit is writing a monograph on Thomas Hardy for the English writers To-Day Series, which Messrs Greening & Co. recently inaugurated with Mr Monkshood's Rudyard Kipling ...

Seen and Herald

... and Thomas Hardy. Both are admirable pencil sketches in the manner which Mr Rothenstein has made peculiarly his own. The simple lines are full of vitality and character. The sense of cultured repose in Pollock, and of energetic movement in Hardy are ...

APRIL MAGAZINES

... Journal. In the latter article interesting information is given regarding forgotten bits of work from the hand of men like Thomas Hardy, Conan Doyle, and W. Hale White. Mr Clement Shorter continues his gossip on books with a free anil easy chat Omar Khayyam ...

MESSRS CASSELL & CO.'S PUBLICATIONS

... whose works the contents of the number under review have been culled are, Dickens, Bret Harte, Marryat, Longfellow, Scott, Thomas Hardy, and Jean Ingelow. These names alone sufficiently vouch for the quality of the literary matter pro• vided. The extracts ...

THE MAY MAGAZINES

... ng Revue Mois, in the French section. L' Anarchisme dans I'Art, by Eugene Muntz, and Von Englischen Buchertisch: Thomas Hardy and lludyard Kipling, by A. Brandl, are two articlos of special interest in number of this excellent international magazine ...

♦ BRUTAL STIPYATBRE

... BRUTAL STIPYATBRE. At the Pollee Court. es WuWoodsy. Thomas Sayers, • little (em the of Eatshad). appeared name, to a charging him with haunt wied his Mops., lad waned Thomas Hardy, shoat 1 t of TM primmer a widower. It glue is that abut to be married ...

Published: Saturday 24 May 1862
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 962 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Literature

... &c. ; but the article is rather stale and unprofitable. Harriet Waters Preston contributes a very readable sketch of Thomas Hardy, and Mr Edmund Goose finds congenial scope for his literary gift in a short sketch of Sarah Siddons. All the other contents ...