Pains and Pleasures of Reporting (International) assertion extract   prose  
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Issue Details: First known date: 1868... 1868 Pains and Pleasures of Reporting
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This extract from 'Our Own Reporter' focuses on the trials of accurately reporting politicians who speak rapidly. The writer prefers orators such as Gladstone and Disraeli who pronounce every word distinctly.


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  • 'Pains and Pleasures of Reporting' is an extract from 'Our Own Reporter'. The complete version was published in Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts, 212 (18 January 1868): 33-36.

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    y The Australasian vol. 4 no. 117 27 June (New Series) 1868 7987315 1868 newspaper issue 1868 pg. 807
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