Heligoland Bight, Naval engagement in, Hertling, Erzberger's campaign against Chancellor, Hidden Hand, the, Hindenburg, Marshal von Assumes command of Austrian troops, Presented with house, Retreats on Western Front Hindenburgitis Hindenburg line breached His latest Home Front, the Derby, Lord, most prominent man on Drink, a dangerous enemy Education of those on Flower-beds sacrificed Khaki weddings London Police strike Pessimists, cure for Railway Travelling, discomforts of Trials of mistresses on Hooge, British success at Horne, General Hotels commandeered House of Commons Attends church Characteristics of How to brighten the period of reaction Hunding line Hun to Hun Hyde Park used for training troops India, "lonely soldiers" in Indian troops Infectious hornpipe, the Influenza, Spanish In honour of the British Navy In reserve Inseparable, the Invasion by sea, English Press fears Ireland Debate on, in Parliament Dominates proceedings in Parliament Exempted from Military Service Bill Greenwich time applied to Insurrection in West of Insurrectionist leaders executed Irreconcilables triumph at General Election Maxwell, Sir John, appointed to supreme command Nationalists attack Sir John Maxwell Placed under martial law Irish Convention Exile, the Harvest labourers Italy Bainsizza plateau saved Declares war on Austria Push on the Isonzo Jaffa, British in James, Mr. Henry Adopts British nationality Tribute to England by Jazz, outbreak of Jellicoe, Lord, retires from post of First Sea Lord Jericho captured by Allies Jerusalem captured by British Joffre, General, announces rolling back of enemy John, Mr. Augustus, paints Mr. Lloyd George's portrait Jones, Mr. Kennedy Declares beer a food Resignation of Journalists visit the Fleet Jutland, Battle of Kaiser, German Abdicates Absent from Francis Joseph's funeral Attila's understudy Blasphemer and Hypocrite Denies responsibility for War Disappointed with Allah Encourages war on non-combatants First War birthday Flees to Holland Foiled before Nancy Has another grandson Murderer of innocents Orders blockade of England Poses as friend of the people Pro-Socialist Punch's views on Refrains from active participation in military operations Reprimands Prince Frederick Leopold of Prussia Sorry for France Speech to Eton College Volunteers Talks of his conscience Kaiser, Ex-, saws trees Karl, Emperor of Austria's suggestion re Alsace-Lorraine Karlsruhe bombarded by Allied airmen Kerensky, appointed head of Russian Provisional Government Overthrown Keyes, Admiral, locks up German submarines Kiel, mutiny at Kipling, Mr. Kitchener, Lord Asks for more men Death of Eulogies of Gives frugal information to Lords Meets critics in Parliament Obtains 1,000,000 men Starts on the Hampshire for Russia War Minister Kluck, General von, failure of Koelnische Zeitung and Punch Kuehlmann, von, fall of Kultur, the reward of Kut captured by British Labour Demands of Real voice of Representation of Troubles Lansdowne, Lord, writes to Daily Telegraph Laon, recaptured by Allies Last Throw, the Law, Mr. Bonar Announces air-raid reprisals Appointed Leader of the House Declares policy re indemnities Introduces Budget Made Chancellor of the Exchequer Travels to France by aeroplane Will not discuss military situation, League of Nations takes shape Leinster, the, sunk by Germans Lenin Appearance of Attempted assassination of Installed as dictator Liberators, the Lichnowsky's disclosures Liege, Fall of Lies, German campaign of Lighting Orders, enforcement of Lille regained by Allies Lissauer, Herr, decorated by Kaiser London, daylight air-raids extend to Lonely soldiers Long, Mr. Walter, his remedy for carping criticism Loos, fighting at Lord Mayor's banquet simplified Lost chief, the Lost land, a Louvain, sack of Lovelace, the modern Ludendorff resigns Lusitania, the American victims Sinking of Luxuries, imports of, curtailed Lynch, Colonel, undertakes to raise Irish brigade MacCabean Boy Scouts MacNeill, Mr. Swift Endeavours to purge peerage of enemy dukes Resents setting up of War Cabinet Made in Germany Mangin, General Manifesto of German artists and professors Marine, Mercantile, tribute paid to by Parliament Marne German push to Germans again hurled back across Mary, Queen of England, tribute to Massacres by Bolshevists Maude, General Captures Kut Death of Maunoury, General Maurice affair, the Max, Burgomaster of Brussels Max, Prince German Chancellor Issues pacific manifesto McKenna, Mr. Chancellor of Exchequer Introduces Bill for raising War Loan Meatless days Men of forty-one wanted Merchant ships Dutch, sunk by German submarine Neutral, torpedoed by German submarines Mesopotamia, tide turning in Messines Ridge captured Michaelis, Dr. Appointed German Chancellor Dismissed Military Service Bill Becomes law Ireland exempted from Milner, Lord on misleading war news Minesweepers honour due to Ministry of Munitions created Missing Mistresses trials of Monastir Fall of Recaptured by Serbians and French Monmouth, H.M.S. sunk Mons British reach Retreat from Monte Sabotino captured by Italians Moon our enemy Morning Hate Prussian household having its Mort Homme carnage at Mottoes and proverbs Mule humour Mueller, Captain a chivalrous antagonist Munitions smart people work at Museum, British war spirit at Museums, London closed Mutiny of sailors at Kiel Muzzling Order Namur Fall of Narrows, the, failure to get through National Industrial Conference National Party, the new National Registration Bill second Reading of National Thrift Campaign Navy its efficient work Need of men, the Neuve Chapelle captured by British New Armies Composition of Education of Training of New Conductor, the New Guinea taken by Allies New language, the Newmarket racing stopped at Newspaper readers "credibility index" for Nicholas, Emperor of Russia Abdicates Generalissimo of his armies Nineteen-nineteen Model, the Northcliffe, Lord and his correspondence visits U.S.A. North Sea U-boats active in Novo-Georgievsk taken by enemy Noyon recaptured by Allies Officer, wounded experiences of Officers, young splendid record of Oil discovered in Derbyshire Old Man of the Sea Old-timer, the Omen of 1908 On Earth--Peace One up!
"--D. Webster, in Congress, 1846.
Creditor and debtor, tribune and consul, Senate and anti-Senate, fiercely confronted each other.
comitem, acount (acourt dignity), in Lat.
The sole reason given why Congress should not abolish, and the sole evidence that if it did, such abolition would be a violation of "good faith," is that "slavery still continues in those states,"--thus explicitly admitting, that if slavery did not "still continue" in those States, Congress could abolish it in the District.
John C. Winston Co. (PWH); 29Dec55; R162328.
The experience of eighteen centuries seems to prove that there is no practicable 'medium' between a Church comprehensive (which is the only meaning of a Catholic Church visible) in which A. in the North or East is allowed to advance officially no doctrine different from what is allowed to B. in the South or West;--and a co-existence of independent Churches, in none of which any further unity is required but that between the minister and his congregation, while this again is secured by the election and continuance of the former depending wholly on the will of the latter.
The consuls, shut up in private, transacted no official business, except that which was wrung from them by a decree of the senate, to nominate a dictator to preside at the elections.
In pursuance of the authority conferred by a resolution of the Senate of the United States passed on the 3d of March last, notice was given to Denmark on the 14th day of April of the intention of this Government to avail itself of the stipulation of the subsisting convention of friendship, commerce, and navigation between that Kingdom and the United States whereby either party might after ten years terminate the same at the expiration of one year from the date of notice for that purpose.
Just before you go to bed, order a pan of hot coals to be run through it, then place a clean tumbler inverted between the sheets, and let it remain there for a few minutes;--if on withdrawing it the slightest cloud is observable on the inner surface, be certain that either the bed or the sheets are damp: sleeping in the blankets is a disagreeable, but the safest way of escaping such danger: there are many persons in the habit of travelling, who make it a constant practice.
By the second article of the treaty of 1800 it was declared that the ministers plenipotentiary of the two parties not being able to agree respecting the treaties of alliance, amity, and commerce of 1778 and the convention of 1788, nor upon the indemnities mutually due or claimed, the parties will negotiate further on these subjects at a convenient time; and until they shall have agreed upon these points the said treaties and convention shall have no operation.
"I have just heard the rumor of the death of Gen. Harrison (the newly-elected President of U.S.), and, upon inquiry, find that it is well founded.
I have not said a word of that kind.
exclaimed "the boss of the Senate.
The various measures adopted, and precautions taken, in arresting the beggars,--in collecting and distributing alms,--in establishing order and police among them,--in feeding and clothing the poor,-- and in establishing various manufactures for giving them employment, are all subjects which deserve, and require, the most particular explanation; yet those are not only operations which were begun at the same time; and carried on together; but they are so dependent upon each other, that it is almost impossible to have a complete idea of the one, without being acquainted with the others; or of treating of the one, without mentioning the others at the same time.--This, therefore, must be my excuse, if I am taxed with want of method, or of perspicuity in the descriptions; and this being premised, I shall proceed to give an account of the various objects and operations which yet remain to be described.
The stranger who comes among us is apt to hold the art of the nation cheap, but, as all things are comparative, let him inquire into its state ten years since, and look at it to-day.
From Wan your pattern you must draw, And all the States will own your law.
Metternich sent to Bernstorff the answer he intended to give, which required a declaration of not having any intention to interfere in the affairs of France, but required a pledge as to the observance of the Treaty of 1815 before recognition.
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