A newsagent further down on Nathan Road told The Daily Beast that he recognized a number of retired cops in the cavalry charge.
As an adult she was a “newsagent reader,” leafing through copies at newsstands before buying the more refined Sunday Telegraph.
He inherited from his father a newsagent's business, to which he steadily adhered up to his death, "in his 73rd year."
I told a horrid fib and said the newsagent had forgotten to leave it.'
He then settled in Nottingham, and commenced business as a printer, bookseller, and newsagent.
The newsagent's clerk, when arranging his wares that morning, had had what he felt to be an unusually bright idea.
Farley, our newsagent and tobacconist, held me when I went in for an ounce of the usual mild.
So, with just a little grain of hope, they retraced their steps to the post office, which was also a stationer's and newsagent's.