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“One little workman kept explaining doggedly to the people and the news-dealer, over and over again, It has Kerenskys proclamation in it.”
“Up on the corner of the Liteiny, five or six Red Guards and a couple of sailors had surrounded a news-dealer and were demanding that he hand over his copies of the Menshevik Rabot-chaya Gazeta (Workers Gazette).”
“Comprehending, at length, that he had irritated the news-dealer, he meandered off, jingling his copper-fortune in one hand, lugging his newspapers in the other, and made a determined onslaught upon a slot machine.”
“A news-dealer who will distribute such vile sheets ought to be dealt with as an educator in vice and crime, an agent of evil, and a recruiting officer for hell and perdition.”
“A news-dealer who will distribute such vile sheets, ought to be dealt with as an educator in vice and crime, an agent of evil, and a recruiting officer for hell and perdition.”
“The news-dealer paid him the commission agreed upon, amounting to eighteen cents, Ben, of course, retaining besides the five cents which had been paid him extra in the morning.”
“When the great news-dealer of Norse times had no home-news he took his lyre, and either spun a yarn about Vinland such as would smash the "Telegraph," or else sung about "that sea-snake tremendous curled, whose girth encircles half the world.”
“Everybody in town except you and the news-dealer at the corner -- he's blind. ”
“Not yet, I think," responded James; "printer, news-dealer, news-carrier, and collector will be as much honor as any one of the”
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