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A STROKE OF DIPLOMACY

... sacrifice everything for thy happiness. But it is not possible. The nation is not yet united, and for the race of Hofberg to die with me would arouse instantly the demons of civil strife. It is the influence of our race which has enabled Umbria to hold her position ...

Gossip About Books and Their Makers: Mr. Thomas Hardy's Next Book

... likeli hood, never have been heard of but for his ability with the pen. He was a captain in the United States Navy, and served throughout the American Civil War. In most of these cases the pen has certainly been mightier than the sword. It is a far cry ...

People of Interest: The Bridal of the Week

... to take command of the United States forces in Panama, that ex-province of the Republic of Colombia which, to the loudly expressed indignation of its parent, recently seceded, and declared itself an independent Republic. The United States imme diately ...

Published: Wednesday 20 January 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1980 | Page: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 | Tags: Photographs 

PEOPLE OF INTEREST: Lord and Lady Suffield

... sitting in an incon venient and crowded place, and hurried to persuade him to change it for another. Who is that extremely civil man the poet critic asked the late Edmund Yates. Sir Edward Lawson, was the answer. What, the Tele graph man? Yes, replied ...

The Decay of Hospitality

... expression of forced amiability, the same civil grin distorts their poor mouths the same wondering and weary stare afflicts their tired straining eyeballs and the same automatic arm-movement and hand-jerk works every unit, as each approaches the hostess irt ...

Published: Wednesday 29 June 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2545 | Page: 13, 14, 15 | Tags: Photographs 

AMERICAN TOPICS

... his recent campaign in the Commonwealth. These will by this time have arrived safely at Zion City, and begun to qualify for United States citizenship. But it is not likely that Dowie has drawn very largely upon the small population of Australia to feed ...

Published: Wednesday 29 June 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 740 | Page: 50 | Tags: Photographs 

AMERICAN TOPICS

... much of America from the wilderness, he developed and cultivated a scholarly nature; but he did none the less well in the Civil War, which broke out in his twenty-fourth year. Entering journalism, he suc ceeded rapidly, and four years after joining the ...

Accursëd Eve

... repre sented by their sculptors clothed in the female form divine. It is a curious fact, that in those early periods of civilization, when Literature and Art were just dawning upon the world, man, though aggregating to his own Ego nearly everything in ...

Published: Wednesday 10 August 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2764 | Page: 24, 25, 26 | Tags: Photographs 

The Social Blight

... periodically and with more or less regularity, between certain changing, and not always progressive, phases or epochs of human civilization. It visited Sodom and Gomorrah, Tyre and Sidon it loomed over Nineveh and Babylon, and in our day it is steadily spreading ...

Published: Wednesday 17 August 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2812 | Page: 19, 20, 21 | Tags: Photographs 

Gossip About Books and Their Makers: About War Correspondents

... Russell {Russell Photo l>y] The doyen of War Correspondents, whose record includes the Crimea, Indian Mutiny, and American Civil War known to the general public, there you have the reason I am somewhat puzzled by Dr. Robertson Nicoll's reference to Mr ...

The Responsibility of the Press

... boy you are, Tom Positively I am ashamed of you both There would be no greater force existing in the world as an aid to civilization and human fraternity than the Press, if its vast powers were employed to the noblest purposes. It ought to resemble a mighty ...

Published: Wednesday 31 August 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3732 | Page: 17, 18, 19, 20 | Tags: Photographs