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Insurance Committee. The Guardians are also hoping to see a reduction in their out-relief bill. THOMAS HARDY ..

... Insurance Committee. The Guardians are also hoping to see a reduction in their out-relief bill. THOMAS HARDY AHD THE NARY. Some interesting memories of Thomas Hardy, the great We.sex novelist and homage this week, are recalled by Commander Frederick Medway ...

Published: Thursday 19 January 1928
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 342 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

It is recounted that when Thomas Hardy wee being urged by his publisher to hare a press agent he firmly

... It is recounted that when Thomas Hardy wee being urged by his publisher to hare a press agent he firmly refused, sepias, No, no. Egg. sell according to their excellence. and not according to the amount of cackling that was done wises they were hod. ...

Published: Thursday 20 February 1930
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 46 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

UNTVERSITT COLLEGE, SOUTHAMPTON

... of a University for Wessex. In partienlar, the conception of a Chair of English Literature, to be founded in honour of Thomas Hardy. the creator of Weems as we know it, seems to no to be particularly felicitous, and to give to the general scheme a• more ...

Published: Thursday 11 June 1925
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 226 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

OUR FAMOUS SMALLS

... littoral. Aimed certainly, Thomas Hardy. the famous Nlisabethan philanthropist, who founded the school, was descended from one of these. and Sir Thomas Hardy. Nelson's admiral, and the great novelist himself. The Christian name, Thomas. bas ...

Published: Thursday 04 August 1927
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 2080 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE BITES BIT

... Bognor had not heard of Thomas Hardy, the Wessex writer. Now I claim to be a good Dorset man, being very proud of my county, and I hero beeu anchored at Bognor for some years. I also claim a distant relationship to Thomas Hardy by marriage, and as I can ...

Published: Thursday 18 January 1912
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 484 | Page: 10, 11 | Tags: none

OUR FAMOUS SMALLS. SOW pins exows. (o f honor) T.O. with great pismire. The previous bet • good cook, and

... better. A simple little story, but significant. Thomas Hardy had in him a French strain. Mr. Arthur Symons, the critic, states that, in conversation With Hardy, he ventured to say that the women Hardy created were all affected by a psychological strain ...

Published: Thursday 19 January 1928
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 1196 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

46 pagan- _ se: Wills; 36. 'paper,

... such in onr towns. THE PROFITS OF PESSIMISM HARDY'S C 91,000. Students of human nature, and those who feel in duty bound to try to love it, are somewhat interested and amused by the tact that Mr. Thomas hardy died worth L9I,OUU. Some pessimists of the ...

Published: Thursday 01 March 1928
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 580 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

SMALLS

... Morris, Thomas Hardy, Walter Crane, H. Rider-Haggard, Frederic Harrison , G. F. Watts Lord Leighton, Walter Bement, Dean Farrar,F Marion Crawford, the then Bishop of Ripon, Henry Irving ) Stephen, Edmund Gomm, Edmund Clarence Stedman, 'Thomas Bailey Aldrich ...

Published: Thursday 15 June 1922
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 4627 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

CONSLDERED TRIFLES

... people who should only decide on what can be spent! There are already suggestions as to the form the memorial to Thomas Hardy should take. A Hardy library is pro; pared, a lych gate and a memorial window at Stinaford Church, and a score or more suggestions ...

Published: Thursday 26 January 1928
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 3568 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

THO. LONG VIIIIN

... THO. LONG VIIIIN Thomas Hardy In the closing scenes uf The Dynasts makes Napoleon say after the flight from Waterloo:— So. as It is. a miss-mark they will dub me; And yet—l found the crown of Trance in the mire. And with the point of my prevailing ...

Published: Thursday 20 June 1940
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 144 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE CFR-Rat ORGAN

... should be prepared for the reception of the organ.—[Canon IVileon's reeerd may' recall to souse Gazette readers the way Thomas Hardy deal• with a similar musical change in his novel. Under the Ureenwood Tree. ...

Published: Thursday 11 November 1926
Newspaper: West Sussex Gazette
County: Sussex, England
Type: Article | Words: 130 | Page: 6 | Tags: none