JOSEPH LIDDON was deaf, and one day, when he was having a holiday in the country, he crossed a curving railway line, and a train, sweeping round the corner when he was looking another way, swept him out of existence. On his shoulder ...Article : 2,557 words
The chief of Churchill and Son suffered no social disadvantage from being in trade, and enjoyed many satisfactions that are unknown to the wealthy who have nothing to do. His mind was alert and keen his large, wholesome-looking body a picture of well-being and ...Article : 3,485 words
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