"WHAT the observance of St Patrick’s Day means to the Irish, and that of St David’s Day to the Welsh, the observance of St George’s Day should mean to the English. . ."
"AT LAST the hour has struck for America. The President has committed his country to the cause of the Allies."
"JUST a fortnight ago communications ceased between Petrograd and the rest of the world. . ."
"THE capture of Baghdad by the force under Sir Stanley Maude is an achievement of the first importance. It was carried through with wonderful dash and cleverness. . . "
THE Bishop of Exeter [R. E. W. G. Cecil], having exchanged preliminary courtesies with his diocese, has now addressed to it a pastoral letter. . .
"WE HAD hoped that a sermon lately preached by the Master of the Temple had been misrepresented, as sermons are apt to be misrepresented by the compilers of short paragraphs for the Monday papers. . ."
"PRESIDENT WILSON still awaits that “overt act” on the part of Germany which would precipitate war between the two nations. . ."
February 9th, 1917: IN THE presence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Prime Minister, and a distinguished and representative company, the Director of National Service, Mr Neville Chamberlain, outlined on Tuesday at the Central Hall, Westminster, his eagerly expected scheme. . .