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HENRY R. Tedder was an outstanding example of the extraordinary hold the Association has had on the devotion and affection of its workers. From 1877 to his death he was actively engaged in its service, first as a joint honorary secretary with Nicholson, and afterwards from 1899 as honorary...
WHEN the Editor, always fertile in ideas, suggested that I should write an article on a literary man's files, by which he meant my reference aids, I felt very much like FilesonParade when he queried the worried colour sergeant over the fate of Danny Deever.
SINCE British letters overflowed the barriers of insularity with the dawn of the seventeenth century they have maintained a notable variety and individuality, the wonder and envy of other communities, which, whatever their pretensions to a cosmopolitan view, have certainly nothing so spacious or...
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