Most of the oasily-satisfied pleasure-seekers were going homewards along the pier. A nervous violinist uttered a sigh of relief as he placed his instrument in its case; the ...Article : 1,703 words
The journey was a tedious one, for the fog lay heavy over the sodden country; the detonations of the fog-signals wore constant, and we were perpetually slowing down. However. ...Article : 4,257 words
The display in the Assyrian Room of the Oriental Department of the British Museum of a cast of the black basalt stele of Hammurabi, King of Shinar, who, pace the late Professor ...Article : 724 words
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[?]n amusing story is told of Mllials. One day on Sir John was painting "Chill October" [?]g the reeds and rushes of the Tay, a voice [?] behind a hedgo said, "Man, did ye over ...Article : 178 words
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