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  • They wanted to learn their voting strength, and to encourage assemblymen to oppose George H. Sharpe, the Stalwart candidate, the _Tribune_, in double-leaded type, announced, apparently with authority, that the

    A Political History of the State of New York, Volumes 1-3

  • There was a column of double-leaded type on the first page, run in after the making up of the paper's body, and Garrison's bitter eyes negligently scanned it.

    Garrison's Finish : a romance of the race course

  • Also there was a two-column, double-leaded editorial, pointing out how the "Times" had been saying this for thirty years, and not failing to connect up the case with the Goober case, and the Lackman case, and the case of three pacifist clergymen who had been arrested several days before for attempting to read the Sermon on the Mount at a public meeting.

    100% : The Story of a Patriot

  • Also, there was a double-leaded editorial calling on the citizens to arise and save the republic, and put an end to the Red menace once for all.

    100% : The Story of a Patriot

  • I had the editorial page opened and inserted at the top of the leading column a double-leaded paragraph announcing that the agony was over — that the Gordian knot was cut — that Alexander

    Marse Henry : an autobiography,

  • _Daily Express_, in a double-leaded leader, teaches history to its readers: --

    Peace Theories and the Balkan War

  • Just run some double-leaded classified ads. and forget it.

    The Job An American Novel

  • It stood out before him now as though it were in double-leaded type.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • "A Man, a Maid, a Marriage and a Murder" read the headline, and while the editor made no definite charges, he declared in double-leaded type that the County should spare no expense to bring the assassin to justice

    The Lady Doc

  • Sometimes, his page appeared in the middle of the paper; sometimes on the back; and once, when a most promising scheme of municipal looting was just about to be put through, he fired his blast from the front sheet in extra heavy, double-leaded type, displacing an international yacht race and a most titillating society scandal with no more explanation than was to be found in the opening sentence:

    Success A Novel

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