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POLLY wrote enthusiastically, Ned answered satisfactorily, and after much corresponding, talking, and planning, it was decided that Tom should go West. Never mind what the business was; it suffices to say that it was a good beginning for a young man like Tom, who, having been born and bred in the most conservative class of the most conceited city in New England, needed just the healthy, hearty, social influences of the West to widen his views and make a man of him.
Two great tears rolled down Polly's cheeks, and Fanny wiped them away, feeling an intense desire to go West by the next train, wither Maria Bailey with a single look, and bring Tom back as a gift to Polly.
I'll go West on the 11.45 to-night with Jack Milburn.
Jane had resigned from the Avonlea school and intended to go West in the fall.
Now, as my legs were naked and Nobs' jaws are much more powerful than he realizes, I gave in and followed him, for I knew that I might as well go west as east, as far as any knowledge I had of the correct direction went.
The Leicestershire trainer is sending a four-strong team up to Scone Palace headed by Go West Young Man.
Ten out of ten if you recognised Peter Cox and Richard Drummie of Go West. The London pair enjoyed hits such as We Close Our Eyes, Call Me and Don't Look Down in the mid-80s.
Garrett Gunn and Saint Yak (illustrator); GO WEST; Alterna Comics (Comics & Graphic Novels: Comics & Graphic Novels) 9.95 ISBN: 9781945762161
Go back to see Go West! IT'S back to the 1980s at Huddersfield Town Hall at the beginning of December.
IN THIS ISSUE we've followed the advice often attributed to newspaperman Horace Greeley: "Go west, young man, go west," with the caveat that not all of our writers are either (a) young, or (b) men.
As the crowd dispersed, the everlasting feeling was that Go West and their music are as relevant now as back in the day.