He would tell them about the cablegram
when they were all on board the train.
On his study table--a curious note of modernism where everything seemed to belong to a bygone world--was a cablegram
So quickly was this order filled that on the twelfth day after the arrival of the cablegram
, the ships were on their way to Messina with the lumber.
Here is a message for you, forwarded from Baltimore; it is a cablegram
When my message has been presented to the person to whom it has been addressed, when my trust is discharged, then and then only shall I send that cablegram
He gave rapid orders on many different matters, asked to have read to him a cablegram
he expected from Petersburg, and one from Vienna.
Besant, the supposed brother of Walter Besant, who brought an end to the whole affair by denying, via cablegram
, the man's existence (WWWC 8:139).
Strunk's ultimate response to Hanson-Dyer was negative: "As I am explaining in this cablegram
, it will not be possible for us to send you the manuscript itself, even by diplomatic mail.
1) Commonwealth Government to Addison, Cablegram
256, Canberra, 28-8-1945; Addison to Commonwealth Government, Cablegram
344, London, 30-8-1945; Commonwealth Government to Addison, Cablegram
269, Canberra, 3-9-1945, in Hudson and May 1989:374-80, 391-3.
However, on 12 December several British newspapers published a cablegram
detailing his remarks on the declaration.
Now she has received a cablegram
from her husband informing her that he is safe in Australian hands.
Press Association--Wellington, April 28: The following cablegram
has been received by his Excellency the Governor from the Right Hon.