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The Dog Who Wasn't What He Thought He Was

An amusing short story, from 1913 by Walter Emanuel, about a puppy in service.

Cosmo hopes in time to write something in the same vein, when she has less to supervise than presently.  Apparently in a misquote from Oscar Wilde she believes "every dog has a good story inside them".  Though Cosmo may have been referring  to a box of dog biscuits.

The Potteries Martyrs

The Chartist movement was to be the catalyst to perhaps the greatest radical and violent political action that Staffordshire has ever experienced.