"D.C." writes. in the "Daily Mail" of 7th March:—The scene in Piccadilly was a strange one. My old friend Colonel Blazes was ...Article : 1,535 words
P. F. Elmes writes. in the "Daily News" of 6th March:— "No," she saye, firmly; "nothing will ever convince me that those automatic ...Article : 942 words
"DID he come here?" repeated Ambrose, with mock emphasis. "Did he come here? Why am I lying here? Why, because he ...Article : 2,784 words
"Professor Moriarty," depicted by Sir Conan Doyle in "Sherlock Holmes," who crouched in a web of crime, has a living counterpart in Joseph Hepburn, who, as ...Article : 413 words
From Paris on 27th February the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote:—The trial began at Limoges to-day of Antoine Thomas, the robber of churches ...Article : 430 words
Mrs. Elizabeth Gape, of Carlisle street, Lisson Grove, giving evidence in a London Police Court on 17th February against her husband, a laborer, who is ...Article : 379 words
Considerable damage and loss of life was caused yesterday, evening (wrote the Brigue correspondent of tho London "Daily News" on 1st March) at the ...Article : 361 words
Whatever opinions people (writes the "Westminster Gazette") may have about human and animal psychology, there is no doubt that animals, like human ...Article : 158 words
Sir David Gill, the astronomer, in an interview in "Great Thoughts," was asked as to whether there was any scientific basis for astrology. He ...Article : 157 words
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