newsman

[ nooz-man, -muh n, nyooz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newsman
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We learnt also by the cries of the newsman the death of the Duc d'Orleans.

But my voice was faint; the newsman did not hear me and he went flying past.

A lampoon in such an edition and given away by a newsman who knew him!

This cover can be obtained from any bookseller or newsman, price 1s.

Newsman's bread, botenbrt, was the term for the present given to a messenger.

"So His Honor's off on a lark," said the newsman, meaningly.

Notes and Queries may be procured of any Bookseller or Newsman if previously ordered.

The newsman is to be met with on steamboats, railway stations, and at every turn.

This Volume can be obtained from any bookseller or newsman, or it will be sent post free for 5s.

By the time the newsman returned to his gallery seat, the duel was almost ready to begin again.

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