Maxse, is alone in taking editorially a pronounced party line in politics as a Conservative organ.
Gradually Greeley came to advocate some of these doctrines editorially.
The account given above is the result of forty years' practical experience with bees in England, the writer having for a great portion of the time been connected editorially with the only two papers in that country entirely devoted to bees and bee-keeping, The British Bee Journal (weekly, founded 1873), and Bee-keepers' Record (monthly, founded 1882), the former being the only weekly journal in the world.
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