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  • The weak permanent magnet has been replaced by a spring, but the electro-magnet still attracts the lever and produces the dots and dashes of the alphabet; and this, simple as it seems to us “once found,” was original with Morse, was absolutely different from any other form of telegraph devised by others, and, improved and elaborated by him through years of struggle, is now recognized throughout the world as the Telegraph.

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  • Many years after their early struggles, when the telegraph was an established success and Morse had been honored both at home and abroad, he thus spoke of his friend: ” “Alfred Vail, then a student in the university, and a young man of great ingenuity, having heard of my invention, came to my rooms and I explained it to him, and from that moment he has taken the deepest interest in the Telegraph.

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  • When the telegraph was mentioned, they told how in Revolutionary days the patriots used a system of signalling called ` ` Washington's Telegraph, "consisting of a pole, a flag, a basket, and a barrel.

    The History of the Telephone

  • Also in the Telegraph is a report on a scientific inquiry, published in the British Medical Journal, into the genetic basis of wizardry.

    Trees with Maps, and Other Frivolities

  • Considering the Telegraph is a cancervative rag, no one gives a shit … … … ..

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: February 5, 2010

  • Interestingly, The Telegraph is one of the British newspapers accused by Which? magazine of pulling articles over Phorm Inc.

    Phorm boss Ertugrul attacks Alex Hanff

  • The Telegraph is reporting that Vatican spokesperson Father Federico Lombardi met the crowd this morning, only to retreat when protesters yelled "Shame on you!" at the priest.

    Vatican Protest Of Sexual Abuse Stopped By Italian Police (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

  • The Tories cannot complain about Sugar one minute, and then allow Johnson to try to appear in touch with the everyday person on the street, especially after his insulting comment of how his £250,000 a year for weekly columns in the Daily Telegraph is ‘chicken feed’.

    The Tories cannot sugar this pill… « My Liberal Democrat Political Ramblings…

  • And The Daily Telegraph is read by people who think it is.

    Welcome Times Online Readers. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The reason why the Lib Dems haven't been targeted by the Telegraph is because the Lib Dems don't control government and have no possible way of controlling government.

    Telegraph Expense Allegations - The New Bar Charts

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