AND Henrietta Brown Smith Lecturer In Education, University Of London, Goldsmiths' College Editor Of "Education By Life" "Is it not marvellous that an infant should be the heir of the whole world, and see those mysteries which the books of the learned never unfold?
Through the grim, untwinkling windows, gaping sullenly the wrong way with iron shutters, came a discouraged light, strained through the narrow intervals of the dusty roofs above, to discover a large coffin-colored desk surmounted by ghastly busts of HERVEY, KEBLE and BLAIR; a smaller desk, over which hung a picture of the Tomb of WASHINGTON, and at which sat a pallid assistant-editor in deep mourning, opening the comic contributions received by last mail; a still smaller desk, for the nominal writer of subscription-wrappers; files of the Evangelist, Observer and Christian Union hanging along the wall; a dead carpet of churchyard-green on the floor; and a print of Mr. PARKE GODWIN just above the mantel of momumental marble.
The sympathy exhibited by the Sun reporters and editors for the unhappy victim of Ogre Tammany is particularly touching.
The conversion of its editor to the temperance cause is the reason of the recent change in its tenets.
Accordingly, about the middle of 1845, Poe removed to New York, and shortly afterwards was engaged by Willis and his partner Morris as sub-editor on the 'Evening Mirror'.
Like the editor with the first of the series, I did but glance my eye down the head-lines and was more than satisfied.
Sketched by the Editor at Pagan in Burma.
QUINTO CENNI, on a design compiled by the Editor from the descriptions of mediaeval and later travellers.
This refusal gave great dissatisfaction to many, and a letter I have before me says, "I got into a great row with my editor by your refusal."
Drawn by the Editor after data in Pallas and Zaleski (Vie des Steppes Kirghiz).
Reinhardt died in 1852, leaving the editorship in the hands of Virchow alone, and he was still its editor up to the time of his death, on September 5, 1902.
There is the perpetual answer to be repeated by our clever editors unto Eternity.
There were additions by subsequent editors until now it appears that the Wheatley text of 1893-1899 is final.
Therefore, your real editor must either swallow his pride and submit to ignorant dictation, or make way for the little band of automatic sorters of manuscript, which, as nine tailors make a man, nowadays constitute a sort of composite editor under the direction of the proprietor.
The preface gives a commonplace explanation of how the letter fell into the hands of the editor through a similarity of names.
There was never such an editor outside Bedlam; but Mr. PAWLE is a resourceful person and by a score of clever tricks of gesture and business made a reasonable figure of fun for our obloquy.
As a help to her reading of the Bible, Frances R. Havergal joined the "Christian Progress Scripture Reading Union," conducted by her friend Rev. Ernest Boys, for whose magazine she acted, on one occasion, as editor during his absence.
If he had finished the story first and then sent it, it might have been good enough to convince the editor against his judgment that he ought to have it.