The first real printed English newspaper
was called the Weekly News.
Crayford dashed the tears from her eyes--steadied herself--and looked at the newspaper
I tell you seriously, if the newspapers
of Europe had one and all decided not to take the smallest notice in print of the war between France and Germany, it is my firm conviction the war would have come to an end for want of encouragement long since.
Well, it's decided, then, that we're to have a newspaper
," I resumed briskly.
at once issued a special edition, giving an interview between their representative and Mr.
Julius laid down the newspaper
, and looked about him.
Emil Gluck, having disposed of his immediate enemies, now sought a wider field, though his enmity for newspaper
men and for the police remained always active.
Such histories as these do, in reality, very much resemble a newspaper
, which consists of just the same number of words, whether there be any news in it or not.
To the court, the newspaper
is a mysterious and rascally institution.
His object in traveling to London was to consult the newspaper
narrative of the murder.
In the space between, sat a turnkey reading a newspaper
, and outside the further railing, Kit saw, with a palpitating heart, his mother with the baby in her arms; Barbara's mother with her never-failing umbrella; and poor little Jacob, staring in with all his might, as though he were looking for the bird, or the wild beast, and thought the men were mere accidents with whom the bars could have no possible concern.
believe in them, who reads his newspaper
and remembers what he reads?
She could still think of little else all the morning; but, when her father came back in the afternoon with the daily newspaper
as usual, she was so far from expecting any elucidation through such a channel that the subject was for a moment out of her head.
hazarded countless guesses and surmises, and Daylight was constantly dogged by a small battalion of reporters.
And they make newspapers
also out of this verbal swill.