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Scott Lomax - 2014 - History
It is news of unspeakable importance and it will be very welcome in Sheffield, for
Sheffield has played a mighty part indeed in the war.' He congratulated the
people of Sheffield for all they had done. He added that he offered his
sympathies to those who had lost friends or loved ones, stating that he too had
Abel Bywater - 1839 - English language
... throits, racking heead akes, droi tungs, flamin eyes, an foiry nooases. I believe
e rags, debt, an jail. I believe e empty pockets, empty cubbords, an empty bellies.
I believe e starvin childer, heart-brokken woives, lost friends, an insulted relations
. Jooa — A varra noist creed anole. Bil — Hah 154 THE SHEFFIELD DIALECT.