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At breakfast the Minister read a second cablegram with a sudden recollection of Birmingham's ominous words the night before.
THE ART OF DISAPPEARINGJOHN TALBOT SMITH
A cablegram was despatched to Mr. Wilkie, and everything that science could devise was done for the poor little sufferer.
As he came into the hall another servant brought him another cablegram.
MYSTERIOUS MR. SABINE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Never any notion up to a day about three months ago, when there came a cablegram from England.
When Howard went to London next day he took with him a cablegram, part in code and part in plain English.
He also joined me in a cablegram to the Gabrilowitsches, then in Italy, advising them to sail without delay.
A "cablegram," or even an ocean greyhound, could have saved the lives of many brave men.
If I survive the journey, a cablegram will convince you of my financial standing.
At first he was annoyed, and had it in mind to discharge Page by cablegram.
Your dear cablegram came this morning begging my forgiveness.
POLLY THE PAGANISABEL ANDERSON

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