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MONTROSE REVIEW, OCTOBER 27, 1922 lug, but surely fiction, as the most hardy form of literary endeavour, which ..

... influence on the reader. In catering for the reader who appreciates the genius of a Meredith, a Balzac, a Dumas, Hawthorne, or Thomas Hardy, and ale , in providing for those who prefer the , .an sensationalise, of Mrs Henry Wood, an Oppenheim or a Bailey, as ...

Literary Notice NEW VOLUME CHAMBERS’S JOURNAL. This venerable but ever-vigorous magazine commences its ninety ..

... features to attract new readers. The place of honour this opening number to a new volume is given to new short poem by Thomas Hardy, along with a reprint of an article which this famous man of letters contributed to Chambers’s sixty years ago, entitled ...

FROM GALLIPOLI TO BAGHDAD,

... of Lord Lister,” by Sir Rickman J. Godlee. Poetry is represented by “ Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses,” by Mr Thomas Hardy; “The Everlasting Quest,” Mr H. L. Webb, which retells the ancient Babylonian story Oilgamesh, who, refusing the love of ...

The Rotary Club. —At the weekly luncheon of Arbroath Rotary Club in the Cafe Moderne yesterday, Rev. David ..

... the weekly luncheon of Arbroath Rotary Club in the Cafe Moderne yesterday, Rev. David Crosbie, Old Church, gave a talk Thomas Hardy and His Novels.” Mr A. B. Mudie, vice-president, presided, and Mr A. W. Halliday proposed thanks. British Legion Women’s ...

FLASHES FROM SCRIPTURE. FILTHY BOOKS

... Hall Caine, Eden Philpotta, Hichena, etc., are still intruding their allthy dreams in books and the greatest of his class, Thomas Hardy, is doing likewise with a greater art. Oh 1 the pity of it. But they are old and will soon pass away, and their book+ with ...

nrp popular, but the really fashior

... 000 left Dr Robert Bridges, the Poet Laureate, the £2,500 left D. H. Lawrence, it is very large, Pickens left ,€96.0011, Thomas Hardy €91.000 and John Galsworthy left £BB,OOO, but Arnold Bennett left only ,€40,000, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle €30.000 and W. ...

D. HUTCHISON, TELEPHONE NO. 410 1 West Port, Arbroath. REV. R. F. V. SCOTT

... the best known ministers of the younger school in the Church of Scotland to-Jay. Mr Scott is a grandson of the late Dr Thomas Hardy, for 58 years minister of Winter, Perthshire, and he has • ministerial ancestry of no less than ten direct generations ...

Published: Saturday 26 September 1931
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 603 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

JUSTICE of DUNDEE WHITEHALL STREET

... Auchinblae; four days. 3. 3,049,991 killed, wounded, and missing; death roll 658,000. 4. 31,300 officers and 1,040,000 men. 5. Thomas Hardy, poet and novelist. 6. The Bell Rock, first lit on Ist February, 1811. 7. Carpet. 8. On the north by parish of Logie Pert ...