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ONE MUST BEGIN with Dickens. A chapter by Christopher Hibbert in Charles Dickens, 18121870 centenary volume, edited by E. W. F. Tomlin, and The London of Charles Dickens, published by London Transport with aid from the Dickens Fellowship, make a similar study here superfluous both are...
IT IS STRANGE how a sentence read in childhood can persist in the memory, by reason of some sentiment or overtone of glamour. One would expect the after weight of more solid literature to crush it from existence, but bright is the ring of words to the child new to their power, and the...
IN THE PERIOD 1925 to 1927, at the request of Viscountess Wolseley, the Corporation of Hove erected and equipped at Hove Central Library at a cost of 1100 a room known as Viscountess Wolseley's Room. This room, established and endowed by Viscountess Wolseley, was dedicated to the study of...
MASSEYVILLE, ONT., heads the list of those places in the late British Empire where I hope never to return. The city bears out R. T. Glover's verdict on another part of Canada One could live there for the sake of a dear onebut it would certainly temper bereavement. However, it is to Masseyville...
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