A Yellow Journalist

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D. Appleton, 1905 - American fiction - 315 pages
 

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Page 167 - Eternal, our God! and the God of our fathers, ,to pardon all our sins, and forgive all our iniquities, and grant us remission for all our transgressions. For the sin which we have committed against thee, either by compulsion or voluntarily. And for the sin which we have committed against thee, with a stubborn heart. For the sin which we have committed against thee, out of ignorance. And for the sin which we have committed against thee, with...
Page 313 - A graceless herd of traitors they are, these newspaper proprietors who shamelessly put themselves up for sale; who pull at your coat and smirkingly try to catch your eye and force their venality upon your attention, yet who will not stay bought — these new, inky horse-leech's sons with their eternal . . .
Page 313 - Look ! here is a demand from a Southern paper — it needs new presses. And here is a Northern one that wants a linotype machine. And here in the city is one that must have a color press.
Page 286 - It dropped to the floor after a minute, and he turned his back on me and walked over to the desk. " You take advantage of your sex like other women," he said, nervously busying himself with the things on his blotter.
Page 111 - And to my utter amazement he strummed a few familiar bars, and burst jovially into " There'll be a Hot Time in the Old Town To-night!

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