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Mr. Thomas Hardy

... Mr. Thomas Hardy. however, was not maintained, and death occurred at five minutes past nine o'clock last night. Renter's Paris correspondent says telegraphed report that Mr. Hardy had passed better night rejoiced all his French admirers. Two Paris evening ...

Tin Rati Thomas Hardy

... Tin Rati Thomas Hardy. Alluring sidelights on Thomaa. Hardy in his later years are revealed in second and volume the biography written by the widow the novelist and poet. Hardy was in reality one of the moat religious men. but even atheists thought he ...

Published: Tuesday 29 April 1930
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 208 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

OF THOMAS HARDY LAID TO REST

... OF THOMAS HARDY LAID TO REST. ALLEGED ERROR ABOUT DEAD WOMAN HOSPITAL REPORT TO BE INVESTIGATED. An allegation th«* SU>th« rh «i i Poor Law Hospital was Mr. HoviU.il revolt im'inUr oj Rotherham Board (imrilians. UxJnv's meeting of the Board. ID* >aid ...

Published: Monday 16 January 1928
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 969 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

MR- THOMAS HARDY AND HIS HOME

... MR- THOMAS HARDY AND HIS HOME Mr. Thomas Lardy, w ho has made such a generous distribution of his MSS., once remarked : “ When I dead the only one of my novels that will be read is Jude the Ooscure/ * But is to assume thut posterity ill not so limited ...

Published: Thursday 26 October 1911
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 205 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THOMAS HARDY. To Uu Editor of Tkt York*** Post

... THOMAS HARDY. To Editor of York*** Post SIR, diMM« manifests iUelf ; U*our» may unknown or beyond human skill apply. Your cotulMoniticxt ol certain class literature is eminently jart, bus turf much f«r the chief «rf your leading and ihn which has caused ...

he Hardy graves in Stinsfvrd Churchyard, where the heart ef Thomas Hardy was burii

... he Hardy graves in Stinsfvrd Churchyard, where the heart ef Thomas Hardy was burii LEEDS ASSESSMENTS. 10,500 OBJECTIONS; FIRST APPEALS SUCCESSFUL. The hearing of objections to the draft valuation list in Leeds will long and tedious business. There are ...

p SAND THEATRE NIGHTLY 7.30 MATINEE. BAT., 2. Philip nidgesray rresenU - OF THE D'ORBERVILLES. By Thomas Hardy. ..

... p SAND THEATRE NIGHTLY 7.30 MATINEE. BAT., 2. Philip nidgesray rresenU - OF THE D'ORBERVILLES. By Thomas Hardy. O.M. Production from Theatre. Christine Silver Test Frank Freeman as Angel Clare. Booking from 9.30 put 'Phone 20891. NEXT WEEK: THE CARL ...

Published: Friday 23 April 1926
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 78 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE POETS' CORNER IN WEBTMENBTER ABBEY WHERE KIPLING'S ASHES WILL BE PLACED NEXT TO THOSE OF THOMAS HARDY TO-DAY

... THE POETS' CORNER IN WEBTMENBTER ABBEY WHERE KIPLING'S ASHES WILL BE PLACED NEXT TO THOSE OF THOMAS HARDY TO-DAY. him a public funeral full of pomp and ceremony. He was the greatest English man of letters to die In Italy since Keats and Shelley, and for ...