Piling Up Jokes.—Speaking of wac?, more waggish than a dog's tail when he pleased ? Speaking of tails, we

... Piling Up Jokes.—Speaking of wac?, more waggish than a dog's tail when he pleased ? Speaking of tails, we always like those that end well, hogs' for instance. Speaking of hogs, we siw one of those animals the ether day lying in the gutter, and in the ...

Published: Friday 10 December 1847
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 373 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

SPEAK SOON, AND SPEAK OUT

... murders of innoeeln 1111' which is only one of the many resultS aL the threatened war. It is not enough to speak out here anld there. We must speak out every iierte fl we did during the agitation in 1876, ns r did in January of this year. On both thete ...

Published: Monday 06 May 1878
Newspaper: Northern Echo
County: Durham, England
Type: Article | Words: 1396 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

A WILL-MAKER SPEAKING HIS MIND

... A WILL-MAKER SPEAKING HIS MIND. The following singular will is being contested in the Chan cery Court in the district of Huron, Canada:- In the name of God, amen. I, William Dunlop, of Gairbraid, in the township of Colborne, and district of Huron, Western ...

Published: Wednesday 02 September 1863
Newspaper: Derby Mercury
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 763 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

PROFESSOR BLACKIE ON PUBLIC SPEAKING

... was therefore a speaking h0 animal. It was as natural for uan to speak as s it was for a bird to sing or a dog to bark- as (laughter). Certain rules were required. with re- *d gard to public speaking. The first rule was- or Never speak without having something ...

Published: Wednesday 07 December 1864
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1042 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE FUTURE OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES

... a rough approximation of English- speaking peoples all the world over in the days of Shakespeare, we realise the extraordinary fact that in 20 years the increase in the numbers of persons speaking the language we speak has been more than twenty to oue ...

Published: Wednesday 25 February 1885
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1903 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

THE NEED FOR SPEAKING [ill]

... of Lords; Sir Richard Cross has given notice that he proposes to omit it, and omitted it will be unless the country speaks out, and speaks at once. The fourth and last point is that, while no fresh arbitrary power in any shape or form shall be given to ...

Published: Saturday 18 July 1885
Newspaper: Pall Mall Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1541 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: News 

MR. SURLY HARDBAKE ON SPEAKING OUT

... and men learn to do them. So I wish they would learn to speak out in the ordinary affairs of life, and by speaking out I do not only mean the mere lip-utterances-I mean, you know, the speaking out of decided actions, decided faith and attitude in the ...

Published: Wednesday 10 February 1864
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 3072 | Page: 6 | Tags: News 

PLAIN SPEAKING

... eleven in the evening should be the hours during which plain speaking should have the rule in every Temple of Thespis where his votaries are collected. Hamlet may tell the players to speak tie speech trippingly on the tongue, but the value of such a rendition ...

Published: Saturday 26 March 1881
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1735 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

SPEAKING MACHINES

... SPEAKING MACHINES. Some short time since Processor Wheatstone, of King's College, delivered a lecture at the Royal Institution on Speaking Machines. The learned Lecturer commenced with alluding to the speaking heads said to have been made by Roger Bacon ...

Published: Tuesday 09 June 1835
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1396 | Page: 3 | Tags: News