A. G. Gardiner
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Who is A. G. Gardiner?
A. G. Gardiner a.k.a. Alfred George Gardiner was a British journalist and author. His essays, written under the pen-name Alpha of the Plough, are highly regarded. He was also Chairman of the National Anti-Sweating League, an advocacy group which campaigned for a minimum wage in industry.
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by Jennifer Speake
A. G. GARDINER Leaves in Wind 197 There are . . . people who ...
The Home Front Encyclopedia (2007)
United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II by James Ciment, Thaddeus Russell
Fleet Street Radical: A. G. Gardiner and the Daily News. London: Allen Lane, 1973. Koss, Stephen. The Rise and Fall of the Political Press in Britain, ...
by Laurel Brake, Marysa Demoor
Under Cadbury, alcohol and betting advertising* were excluded and the paper continued to express Liberal Party, Nonconformist views under the editorship of A. G. Gardiner. The Daily News merged* with the Morning Leader as the Daily ...
the Governors ot thirty-two States of the Union, Baron Kogoro Takahira, Japanese Ambassador: Theodore Barth, of Berlin; Slgnor Luigi Luzzatti, the eminent Ttafltan financial authority; Maarten Maartens, tho Dutch poet; Editor A. G. Gardiner, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
Mr A. G. Gardiner became editor in 1902; and in 1904 considerable changes were made in the style of the paper, which was reduced in price to a halfpenny... The influence of Mr Cadbury, and of the group of Quaker families-largely associated ...
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When we bring back with us the objects most dear, and find those we left unchanged, we are tempted to doubt the lapse of time; but one link in the chain of affection broken, and every thing seems altered. (Marguerite Gardiner)
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