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From the Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail – Saturday 15 August 1936. OLYMPIC LESSONS. The Olympic Games have taught the world several lessons. One lesson is that the limits of athletic achievement are ever expanding. Several world records have been broken in Berlin. Another lesson is[…]
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From the The Scots Magazine – Thursday 01 June 1809. Suggestions for the Improvement of the EDINBURGH BOTANIC GARDEN. All about grew every sort of flowre, To which sad lovers were transform’d of yore; Fresh Hyacinthus, Phoebus’ paramoure, And dearest love Foolish Narcisse, that likes the[…]
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From the Ormskirk Advertiser, Thursday 23 July 1857. HOW TO CATCH FLIES —Take a number vessels, jars, mugs, or tumblers, fill them half full with soapy water, cover them as jam pots are covered, with a piece of paper, either tied down or tucked under. This[…]
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