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The Man of Blood.

The Man of Blood.

if for the sake of argument, however, admit Brown's theory of bloodshed, it is not easy to put pleasant face bis eharo in the murder of the five pro-slavery men Pottawatomie Creek 1836. Brown, of course, believed that, the sword of the Lord, had the right to execute the enemies
18 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVED. BELLES LETTERS.

BOOKS RECEIVED. BELLES LETTERS.

Poems by the Way.” By Willuni Mc-nu>. Pp. 256. l/ongnian*.* 2a. net. The Troubadour.” By Dora S. Shorter. Pp. W. Uoddvr. 6j. o* t. EDUCATION. In the Mn*t»*r*« Country.” IdaithM Taibcll. llodder. Z». bd. not. FICTION. Joyce and the Rambler.** By Amy k: Feuvre. i*p. 320. llodder.
18 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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18 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
AN ARRANGED M INCIDENT."

AN ARRANGED M INCIDENT."

Sonvo. notion of how history is made in the theatrical world, and not impossibly in others, may be gathered from the report of tho which Mr. Dann, a Press agent, and his wife sued Mr. Frank Curzon yesterday. Many of remember the Matinee Hat Case, in which Mr. Curaon sought estab
18 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
A PROFIT BEARING MEMAOR.

A PROFIT BEARING MEMAOR.

YOU cannot writ* raora profli-bearinff BiMiiM on postcard than '* Band yoor Victoria Sample Book of Prirata Card*." It will mean a not* to your pockai. and that without riak oatlay. W# are oflarinc MAGNIFICENT COMMISSION, and eupplyinf tha (amoos "Victoria Book FREE. Thera other
18 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
iiiul t l*o (iMvornmoiit ill an-wor. d in d lii remove <»• Vaid and Mr. I hen*. who i>bj«s-tii| h

iiiul t l*o (iMvornmoiit ill an-wor. d in d lii remove <»• Vaid and Mr. I hen*. who i>bj«s-tii| h

twing t.iki-n for tin* sehiiue. t win* leinoVid and for tirst time the lull vn-vv tin* was ilisclosed.it apparent no building ought en-rted then* which would «*v»i» pnilially bide it again.
1 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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ter improvement s, heme now heing eairnsl out great impr■ ivcm*’nt will Im* • ffei ted in **l.l Palace •tales, under engagement to remove five houses at the end \ hingdoii-st r«*et. When this efTeelod there will remain otilv two houses in the latter place Nos. a and and In* claim
1 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
r:\riTi\cj aik vovaok. Italian Dirigible’s FIght Over the Apennines. (From Our Own Correspondent KoMi:. Tnday To-ilay Italian army airship c

r:\riTi\cj aik vovaok. Italian Dirigible’s FIght Over the Apennines. (From Our Own Correspondent KoMi:. Tnday To-ilay Italian army airship c

rosM-d the Aponn lies its voyage from Iliac-j ciano. i.ut-nle Kome, to \eime. Alter covcTlug a distance up tin* valby of tbo Tilrer, the dirigible was descend last night at Aivz/o for repairs the engine. It rose again at nine o'clock tins morning, amid the cheers of large crowds
1 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BACK FROM AUSTRALIA.

BACK FROM AUSTRALIA.

MS. OSCAR ASCII K ON HIS TOUR IN THE ANTIPOHESL KEEN COLONIAL PLAYGOERS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) PLYMOUTH. Friday Night. After highly ancraaaful tour Australia Mr. nod Mrs. Oscar Aacha (Mias Lily Brayton) arrived at Plymouth to-day with their company of forty artistes in t
1 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
£14,000,000 CAPITAL LEVER BROTHERS’ LATEST PROJECT.

£14,000,000 CAPITAL LEVER BROTHERS’ LATEST PROJECT.

1 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England