"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. . .