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Scene From London Protest, Sketched by Artist Quill

July 16, 1885 ·

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Reader's Letter: The Aesthetics' Point of View

Ladies and Gentlemen, My name is Dr. Mortimer Granville and I am a doctor renowned for the medically treatment of hysteria, a diagnosis of women displaying an array of symptoms including nervousness, insomnia, exhaustion, depression, cramps, and sexual frustration. The…
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I was held by the Police - Jack Ludd, Trade Unionist

I write this note in some haste after being released from the clutches of Government agents. I apologise for any ramblings and confusion in advance. I am sore exhausted and will clarify the events after some sleep. Last Wednesday, some…
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Kendal Prepares For The Weekend Parade

Banners are up, shop windows festooned with posters, bunting criss-crosses the high street, and expectation level is at an all time high, as Kendal prepares for a Homecoming Parade that seems to have split the small town community down the…
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A Letter To India

Dearest Uncle, I trust that this finds you in robust health and spirits, and that life as a diplomatic delegate has not been too taxing.  Perish the thought you should leave the lavish court of your bosom friend, the Most…
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LONDON SCIENTISTS SHOCK CIVILISED WORLD: COULD WE MANUFACTURE CLOCKWORK MAN?

  London and the civilised world was in uproar today as news was leaked that - if true - shakes the foundations of everything that we currently understand to be true. For some time now, the Government's Department for the…
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Readers Letters: Common Travels Made Impossible

It's the end of the week, and I have yet to travel back to my fragile mother's house. My father and I remain patient while waiting for this fog to reduce in viscosity and thickness. However, he has grown tired…
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