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Issue Details: First known date: 1934... no. 17692 27 January 1934 of The Herald est. 1879 The Herald
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Shaw? Pshaw!i"Not reahly? Oh Ai say! What priceless rot!", Den , single work poetry (p. 6)
Note: Epigraph: "In declaring that the King is the best speaker in the realm, whose broadcasts create loyalty, Mr Bernard Shaw declares; "If he (the King) delivered a single broadcast with an Oxford accent his people would rise up that very day and proclaim a republic.""
Kangaroo Coursing, Arthur W. Upfield , single work prose travel (p. 15)

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