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MRS. THOMAS HARDY

... MRS. THOMAS HARDY The aelies of Mrs. Thomas Hardy, widow of tne Wessex novelist, who died at Dor* Chester last Sunday, will be interred in the grave In which her husband's heart laid. The body will bo cremated Woking to-moirrow and a funeral service will ...

Thomas Hardy as an Architect

... Thomas Hardy as an Architect THIS week's paragraph mentioning that Thomas Hardy started life as an architect has prompted a Kendal reader to write suggesting that Hardy's first published work, which appeared Chambers's Journal in 1868, ...

MR. THOMAS HARDY

... MR. THOMAS HARDY. Mr. Thomas Hardy, who is ill at his Dorchester home, had more comfortable night on Sunday, and was little better yesterday. a case the Blackburn County Court, yesterday,' which arose out of motor accident at Hoghton, ...

Thomas Hardy, O.M

... Thomas Hardy, O.M. In the quietude of his Dorchester home the little grey man, whose modest air and insignificant mien startled Mr. Wells, to-day attains the great age of 83. Fifty-two years ago Desperate Remedies stole almost unnoticed on the literary ...

THOMAS HARDY AMD 818 CRITIC*

... THOMAS HARDY AMD 818 CRITIC*. Mr. William H. Rfdoing, who for number years was the editor of the North American Review, W some good stories in his Many Celebrities and a Few Others. At a luncheon Mr. Thomas Hardy one the company, and the humour ...

Published: Tuesday 09 July 1912
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 315 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

A MESSAGE FROM THOMAS HARDY

... A MESSAGE FROM THOMAS HARDY Gentle Reader The history of Tess of the D f Urhervilles ,> is, to the best of my belief, now published serially for the first time complete in all its details as primarily written, a fragment of one chapter here embodied having ...

Published: Monday 19 October 1925
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 122 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

A POET WHO INFLUENCED MR. THOMAS HARDY

... POET WHO INFLUENCED MR. THOMAS HARDY. Mr. Clement Shorter, speaking at the Crabbe celebration on Saturday, said, to these who loved the novels Mr. Thomas Hardy, who was present, Mr. Shorter stated that hod Mr. Hardy's authority for saying ...

Published: Monday 18 September 1905
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 48 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HULL SKIPPER BLAMED Loss of Steam Trawler Thomas Hardy TWO-YEAR SUSPENSION OF CERTIFICATE From Our ..

... BLAMED Loss of Steam Trawler Thomas Hardy TWO-YEAR SUSPENSION OF CERTIFICATE From Our Correspondent HULL, Friday The final stage In the Board of Trade Inquiry Into the stranding and loss of 'the Hull steam trawler Thomas Hardy| off the coast of Norway, on ...

Thomas Hardy

... Thomas Hardy. Many tribute# Thomu* Hardy hare already bet-it published, and many re will published during the vert few 1 reeks. It may not seem inappropriate, therefore, to publish the following eery eharaeteristic poem of hi*, in which he antieipates ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. TO TRUSTEES AND OTHER INVESTORS. SALMON BACKHOUSE, Yn>r* uritk Mtura Hsnru Salter and Sonst, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER (Telephone 299). ST ANDREWS CHAMBERS. PARK ROW, LEEDS. INVESTORS buyinj through Salmon Backhouse are not required pay for ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. INCOME-TAX.— Claims* of Exemption or Abatement, Repayment Claims, and Returns Filled Up with care and strict secrecy: 12 years' experience the Leeds office.—Apply, either personally letter, me, H. Mann. 1, Bank Street, Leeds. TO TRUSTEES ...

THOMAS HARDY

... THOMAS HARDY. T. Ik. Uilor Tkt ft*. Two letters prat.-* from suet ito«objmrf «u, 00,.b, „ .tod, fr. tow (to mbjiK,. W '» d duwwd , m to* com have to nop* with, and i , fillhy unf ' cUmrf .0,.! di-Md torn. odl«. w. h»>, fa* foe .to., , •««*« u ...