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It is an evidence that we may some day have a musical telegraph, which will send as many messages simultaneously over one wire as there are notes on that piano.
D'Arnot was astonished to see, in plain print-like characters, a message in English:
After that I came over, and, as letters were no use, I put my messages where she could read them.
That seemed a good idea; so the Historian rigged up a high tower in his back yard, and took lessons in wireless telegraphy until he understood it, and then began to call "Princess Dorothy of Oz" by sending messages into the air.
And I have two messages to deliver, which I hope you will not object to receive.
I ought to have said two messages," Horace proceeded.
said he to Barbicane, after having dismissed the deputation with promises to convey numbers of messages to friends in the moon.
You always say I am so sanely rooted to the earth and reality and all that, but--perhaps it's superstition, I don't know--but the whole occurrence, the messages of Planchette, the possibility of my father's hand, I know not how, reaching, out to Ban's rein and hurling him and you to death, the correspondence between my father's statement that he has twice attempted your life and the fact that in the last two days your life has twice been endangered by horses--my father was a great horseman--all this, I say, causes the doubt to arise in my mind.
But all inquired very anxiously for the little injured girl; and all sent to her some message--and it was these messages which, after a time, stirred Miss Polly to action.
The selection of words would hardly lend itself to the sending of general messages.
Lady Middleton had sent a very civil message by him, denoting her intention of waiting on Mrs.
When the Black One who is gone yet lived, you sent him a message by one Masilo--such a message as his ears had never heard, and that had been your death, O fool puffed up with pride, but death came first upon the Black One, and his hand was stayed.