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  • After yesterday's events in connection with the murder trial before our public, the evidence being now all presented, for we understand that neither side has more to offer, it is generally conceded that all good citizens are hopeful of a verdict of acquittal; and the Tocsin is a good citizen.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • The Tocsin is the only newspaper worth the name here; but even if the Tocsin had known of the trouble, it wouldn't have been likely to mention it.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • After yesterday's events in connection with the murder trial before our public, the evidence being now all presented, for we understand that neither side has more to offer, it is generally conceded that all good citizens are hopeful of a verdict of acquittal; and the Tocsin is a good citizen.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • You will all, however, be subject to enrolment in the local city guards, to be summoned together by a thing called the Tocsin, the meaning of which I am studying in my researches into history.

    The Napoleon of Notting Hill

  • The Tocsin is the only newspaper worth the name here; but even if the Tocsin had known of the trouble, it wouldn't have been likely to mention it.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • As Lenin advised newly arrived Russian exiles to Switzerland, "Begin by reading and familiarizing yourself with Tkachev's Nabat [ 'Tocsin']: It is basic and will give you tremendous knowledge."

    Lenin & 'The Radiant Future'

  • There was no difficulty in conceding this trifle, and the 'Tocsin' was the result.

    Demos

  • The 'Fiery Cross' and the 'Tocsin' commented on the event in their respective ways.

    Demos

  • The 'Tocsin' was savagely hostile, the 'Fiery Gross.' grew more and more academical, till it was practically an organ of what is called in Germany

    Demos

  • He would not hesitate to say that the revolutionism preached in the newspaper called the 'Tocsin' was dangerous, was immoral.

    Demos

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