Wise and Otherwise
" The splitting off from a common ancestry is much more probable than to suppose that man came from either a chimpanzee, gorilla or orang-outang."—Mr. A. T. Marston, B.A.
a' I am assuming . .. a Saxon or Western type altogether difterent from any other race ( . in England)."—Sir Arthur Keith.
"I regret there are some people with no music in their souls."—Mr. Dumnett. Bow Street magistrate.
"Notice : Please drive slowly. Old Deaf Dog."—Painted on a fence on a road outside Brighton.