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Telegraph By A.R. Elia
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By AR Elia. 300 Pages. Telegraph is the compelling and layered journey of lifelong friends on a quest to find a lost pyramid and the ultimate reward it may hold. The novel is an illuminating... More > adventure, an exciting reading experience, intellectual and entertaining, offering a unique perspective on life. Learn more at: MuleBox.com< Less
The Atlantic Telegraph By W. H. Russell
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The Atlantic Telegraph is a historical book by W. H. Russell. NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS. First published in 1865. Published and Distributed in the United States of America by the Naval Institute... More > Press. Printed in Great Britain< Less
HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPH By J. MUNRO
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The present work is in some respects a sequel to the PIONEERS OF ELECTRICITY, and it deals with the lives and principal achievements of those distinguished men to whom we are indebted for the... More > introduction of the electric telegraph and telephone, as well as other marvels of electric science. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. THE ORIGIN OF THE TELEGRAPH II. CHARLES WHEATSTONE III. SAMUEL MORSE IV. SIR WILLIAM THOMSON V. SIR WILLIAM SIEMENS VI. FLEEMING JENKIN VII. JOHANN PHILIPP REIS VIII. GRAHAM BELL IX. THOMAS ALVA EDISON X. DAVID EDWIN HUGHES< Less
HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPH By J. MUNRO
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The present work is in some respects a sequel to the PIONEERS OF ELECTRICITY, and it deals with the lives and principal achievements of those distinguished men to whom we are indebted for the... More > introduction of the electric telegraph and telephone, as well as other marvels of electric science. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. THE ORIGIN OF THE TELEGRAPH II. CHARLES WHEATSTONE III. SAMUEL MORSE IV. SIR WILLIAM THOMSON V. SIR WILLIAM SIEMENS VI. FLEEMING JENKIN VII. JOHANN PHILIPP REIS VIII. GRAHAM BELL IX. THOMAS ALVA EDISON X. DAVID EDWIN HUGHES< Less
Telegraphic Transcriptions By Stephen Emmerson
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Telegraphic Transcriptions is “confrontational, unapologetically dense and complex. Nothing is out of bounds. One gets the impression that were this text to have been written, or indeed read, a... More > moment later it would have been a different artefact ” - Tom Jenks< Less
The Prophetic Telegraph By Arthur Eedle
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This series of one hundred readings was produced by Arthur Eedle in 2014, following the death of his wife, and is dedicated to her. All the entries contain subject matter that they had shared... More > together over the years. Topics include expository items, such as Resurrection, The Bride, Manna, Prayer, Worship, Repentance, and the Coming of the Lord.< Less
Telegraph Road - Dire Straits By Gaetano Scalfidi
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Trascrizione per pianoforte come la suono su youtube // Piano transcription as I play it on youtube
Tales from the Telegraph By Peter Smith
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Characters from the discuss blog in the Telegraph come together for the very first time at the UAF's inaugural meeting in the village hall on the Isle of Skye. Read all about the bellends of society... More > - aka the "lefty divs", who no doubt will be "deeply offended by this clever satire.< Less
Tales from the Telegraph By Peter Smith
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Characters from the discuss blog in the Telegraph come together for the very first time at the UAF's inaugural meeting in the village hall on the Isle of Skye. read all about the bellends of society... More > - aka the lefties who no doubt will be "deeply offended by this clever satire. What happens next is extraordinary!< Less
Horatio Alger Series: The Telegraph Boy By Horatio Alger
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The Telegraph Boy by Horatio Alger is the final book in the series of sketches of street-life in New York inaugurated eleven years since by the publication of "Ragged Dick." The author has... More > reason to feel gratified by the warm reception accorded by the public to these pictures of humble life in the great metropolis. He is even more gratified by the assurance that his labors have awakened a philanthropic interest in the children whose struggles and privations he has endeavored faithfully to describe. He feels it his duty to state that there is no way in which these waifs can more effectually be assisted than by contributing to the funds of "The Children's Aid Society," whose wise and comprehensive plans for the benefit of their young wards have already been crowned with abundant success.< Less