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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

Stageland. By HILDA speaks, Ronald flies at him,e and his brother separates them. Ronald speaks, Mr. Marrillier ..

... Stageland. By HILDA speaks, Ronald flies at him,e and his brother separates them. Ronald speaks, Mr. Marrillier flies at him, and someone interferes. The poor little tradesman speaks, his daughter freezes him. In fact each one is endeavouring their hardest ...

Published: Friday 18 October 1907
Newspaper: Clarion
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 870 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

bid youunderttnnd ?—A ? 'Not You speak it ?--I speak it. as to lie' itnrieri.tooil ?—Yes S o as to

... bid youunderttnnd ?—A ? 'Not You speak it ?--I speak it. as to lie' itnrieri.tooil ?—Yes S o as to make your way in Italy ?—Yes. In what langimge you lipid the conversation you have Mentionrd.with ?—ht Did you hare any one to interpret between you ? ...

Published: Monday 09 October 1820
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 964 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

John. Richard. 0 1 Ithaatxth, the hypocrite. They cool/ speak Alford. Ldward. sod Wary V: speak of who toyed lee

... John. Richard. 0 1 Ithaatxth, the hypocrite. They cool/ speak Alford. Ldward. sod Wary V: speak of who toyed lee the people. Edward the Pert. maker. became of tin spark 01 the Prix of ream. They wet* dm subjects of two Kmpabe el Ea/lead widths Klag of ...

Published: Saturday 14 May 1910
Newspaper: West Middlesex Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2072 | Page: 6 | 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 ...

AND STILL SPEAKING OF SPEAKING a a Boss tackles typists'

... AND STILL SPEAKING OF SPEAKING Boss tackles typists' FIRM in the Midlands is giving free elocu-1‘• don lessons to its office girls to get rid of what the boss calls their unmusical accents. The boss is Mr. Edmund Ralphs. managing director of a sho ...

Published: Friday 08 June 1962
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 111 | Page: 15 | 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 ...