Common Crossword Clues Starting with N

Dec 18 — Ian Clark, 35, a drug addict, and Patricia Price, 44, a lesbian junkie, were shot in the head in separate rooms of a house in West Hill, Bridlington, East Yorkshire. No longer edible No longer excited No longer fashionable No longer fashionable attorney bloke No longer fast No longer feeding, as a p No longer fresh No longer gloomy No longer green No longer hot No longer hungry No longer in No longer in bed No longer in effect No longer in enemy hands No longer in fashion No longer in first place No longer in nappies No longer in service No longer in style No longer in the closet No longer in the groove musically and not to be talked about No longer in the land of Nod No longer in the service: The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. Just picked this one because I found the address. From to , Jim Goldberg photographed the wealthy and destitute of San Francisco, creating a visual document that has since become a landmark work. Some of the best I've ever had. Niki's West Finley Ave W.

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I don't fancy shade on top New boy dips into illicit money, a career-ending moment New Boy Scout New boy? New brew in drink certainly secured New Brunswick's river New business involving fabulous sheep? New cars of '64 New cars of New cartels in the red? New citizen, perhaps New classes seeing how films are recorded New climb beginning New coin New coins New cold ales inappropriately described, I suggest?

New colonist New colour walls intense New concoction of some lingo? New copy of an old book New corp. New Deal letters New Deal org. New Deal power project: A New Deal pres. New Deal program inits. New Deal program, for sho New Deal program: New Delhi native New deli sold a pork pie New doctor New driver's hurdle New driver, maybe New driver, often New driver, typically New driver, usually New drivers, usually New energy has died after artist leaves the planet New Eng. New England state New England state sch.

New grandparent, often New growth New growth had damaged idol New guest Her Maj upset, giving the fingers? Percy worked with another boy to put into code New inn tests alarm in Covent Garden street New issuances, for short New issue on Wall St. New leg added to stump New linen hat worn by a man New Look designer New look for composer New master and merchant New member of la familia New Mexican, e.

New moon, for one New moon? On reflection, you see Altair regularly with one eye New N. It goes back some way New newt New newts New notice at canal indicating expanse of water New novel about one old music maker New number underground New old man? New record releases with something for the Scottish market New recruit New recruits stationed initially between choppy Nile and another river New relationship originally developing New rendering New reverend returning to run what ministers do New revolutionary leader surrounds city New ringtone is a gas!

New series about university in supply again New setter's joining Times, a selfish sort? New shirt got discarded outside? That's improvident New shoots New sketch made by artist cutting coloured paper New soldier New sort of book New South Wales capital New specification New spouse's acquisitions New stable arrival New staffer New staging of an old play New stars never cross New stock issuances, for New student - more impudent New student giving more cheek New student in resort finds means of getting up to date New student, person who's bound to return with that woman New stuff brought into important US state New stylings New suits Charlie leaves for groups of people New tails jaunty editor wore as experiment New Test.

New Testament writing New threat involving English playhouse New throne for queen, perhaps New trouble for one that held Jesus' hand? New umpire - he covers a wicket that's important New uni lecturer told story about fine I revoked New uranium crystal involved in fission or fusion New US prisons with new configuration gain distinction New varsity team member, New version of a song, ma New voters, often New walker New Wave singer Lovich New wine has an obligation to smell New wing New wings New women's bra: New worker New World abbr.

New Yorker's ticked off current score New Zealand: Prefix New; book Newark time zone abbr. Newbies Newbies are often directe Newborn Newborn birds, e. Newborn child, for one Newborn infant Newborn Newfoundland Newborn on a ranch Newborn puppies enjoy the Newborn's bed Newborn's paraphernalia Newborn's place Newborns in stable condit Newcastle area of the country?

Not right at first to be nervy Newcastle Browns, e. Newcastle-upon-Tyne native Newcomer timing mare running without tail Newcomer, briefly Newcomer, novice Newer Newer software, perhaps Newer type of music by old rock and roller showed passion Newer, as a car Newest Newfangled Newfoundland's capital Newly Newly appointed Newly christen Newly developed, as techn Newly established business Newly evidenced, paid?

Newly fashioned Newly formed Newly made Newly minted money Newly out? Jou News groups News handout of journalists' redundancy News hardest to broadcast, pleasingly brief News head News host, e. News report News Romney spread about Clinton for Trump? News satire source, brief News segment News show assemblage News source News source beginning in News source of old News source, for short News sources News squib News staffers, for short News story News subject News subjects News summaries News the teacher would welcome in any form?

Newsgroup messages Newshawk's asset? Newspaper article occupies retired collier Newspaper article twice backed setter? Newspaper attention-gette Newspaper bigwigs Newspaper bill? Newspaper boss comes in to try uplifting Greek dish Newspaper bosses Newspaper carrier, at tim Newspaper circulation uni Newspaper column separato Newspaper columnist Goodm Newspaper columnist Kupci Newspaper cost going through the roof Newspaper customers Newspaper cutting includes brief summary Newspaper department Newspaper div.

Newspaper editor Bradlee Newspaper editor originally employed in cricket side frequently Newspaper editor reflected Newspaper employee Newspaper essay Newspaper feature Newspaper format Newspaper founded in Newspaper full of gossip Newspaper head Newspaper income source Newspaper issue Newspaper man's recollected it: Newspaper room Newspaper section Newspaper section chief Newspaper section that co Newspaper section, with " Newspaper staffers, for s Newspaper staffers, in br Newspaper starting in Newspaper story Newspaper supplement Newspaper supply Newspaper unit Newspaper units: Newspapers collectively Newspapers ditch leader to cover ultimate issues Newspapers, collectively Newspapers, TV, etc.

Newt-like amphibian Newton alternative Newton fraction Newton of the N. Next in the order Next of kin perhaps snared in Madrid will be back Next R.

They couldn't be further away from it Next Thursday finish, closing early Next time Next to Next to - alien dogs Next to - compared with Next to best idea volunteers ignored Next to Connecticut Avenu Next to motorway, get hurt flying drone Next to nothing?

Nice article about sex for couple Nice article set off sparks Nice attraction Nice cop Nice cop admitted to back trouble Nice cop? Nice dame I put out is a really cool woman Nice enough fellow Nice evening Nice farewell?

Nice fee R Burton negotiated for film Nice figure Nice for one to get stuff in order again Nice girl follows directions, hosting morning with her kin Nice girl? Nice girls Nice grocer's offloading water on a huge scale Nice guy Nice here in the navy, getting some killer protein! Nice inn over in Germany? Time to go round it! Nice jacket material Nice kind of workweek Nice lad struggling with it getting no different Nice lady stripped the first guy to come along Nice language clubs in action abroad Nice location Nice look?

Nice notion Nice notions Nice of Mike to visit area in East End of London - it makes one humble Nice old leader is upset, having to entertain a jerk Nice one Nice one modelled after work with no rivals Nice people collect them Nice person beyond doubt, cares a lot at first … Nice place Nice place for studying?

Nice response Nice setter entertains a new girl Nice solvers hug Arachne on edges of Edmonton Green Nice tasting bit of pork's spoken about Nice tax Nice thing to cut through Nice thing to do peaceful Nice things to look at Nice through and through Nice times with Australian, involved in swimming etc Nice to look at Nice to nosh Nice to wear Nice touch Nice touch from Roger Dal Nice track, spin around at ease? Nice view Nice warm days? Niche publication's excellent coverage of Australia and New Zealand Niche sex that is banned Niche, alcove Niche, hollow in a wall Nicholas and Ivan, e.

Nick has an ambition to succeed in football Nick in place departs as promised Nick is fit Nick loses head a little bit Nick loses head in the sack - that's messed up Nick name? Nick, say Nickel Nickel and dime Nickel and dime in gaming Nickel in a pocket, say? Nickel or copper, but not Nickel or dime Nickel, but not dime Nickel, e. Nickname Nickname aboard Apollo 1 Nickname among major-leag Nickname for 6 on the Si Nickname for a 6-foot Nickname for a big dog Nickname for a bodybuilde Nickname for a cheater in Nickname for a dwarfish p Nickname for a good kisse Nickname for a good ol' b Nickname for a gym rat Nickname for a kvetch mav Nickname for a little guy Nickname for a Manhattan Nickname for a namesake o Nickname for a noted L.

Nigeria's largest city Nigerian capital Nigerian capital before A Nigerian city Nigerian city and port Nigerian currency Nigerian currency unit Nigerian export Nigerian language Nigerian monetary unit Nigerian native Nigerian native or langua Nigerian natives Nigerian novelist Chinua Nigerian people Nigerian regularly visited Bilbao Nigerian tribesman Nigerian-born pop star Nigerian-born singer with Nigerian-born singing sta Niggling Niggling criticism Nigh Night "Dallas" was on: Night club Night club looked black?

Not the usual hue Night cover Night crawler Night crier Night deposit? Abbr Night school subj. Night sky feature Night sound Night spot Night spot? Night stalker Night stand leader? Night watcher Night watchmen? That's an unknown quantity Nightmarish boss Nightmarish males occupying certain cubicles Nightmarish street Nightmarish street, in fi Nights before Nights before holidays Nights of joiners in house not for refurbishment Nightshade family plant Nightspot Nightspots where the attr Nightstand spot Nightstick?

Nighttime advertising sig Nighttime assignment, oft Nighttime attire Nighttime biter Nighttime inspection Nighttime jockey's gear? Nighttime noisemaker Nighttime scavenger, info Nighttime twinkler Nighttime view Nighttime vision Nightwear Nightwear, briefly Nightwear, for short Nihilistic 20th-century European art movement Nike alternative Nike competitor Nike logo Nike rival Nike's swoosh, e.

Nike's swoosh, for one Nike, e. Nine inches Nine Muses after dieting? Ninth month with sci-fi film group Ninth mos. Ninth planet no more Ninth successor of St.

Ninth-century founder of Ninth-century Saxon king Ninth-inning excitement, Ninth-inning hurler, ofte Ninth-inning pitcher Ninth-inning relief pitch Ninth-largest body known Niobe, e. Nip Nip before a tuck? Nip or nipper Nip round between times Nip round, meeting merry king for a drink Nipped Nipped and tucked Nipped, with "out" Nipper Nipper moved prince Nipper picked up poems and scanned lines Nipper the dog's company Nipper's "master" Nipper's co.

Nipper's letters Nipple seized by nippers almost last to appreciate a close encounter Nips Nips and tucks Nirvana Nirvana attainer Nirvana seeker Nirvana seekers Nirvana single's featured in show Nirvana, essentially? Nissan model Nissan offering Nissan S.

Nitpicky person Nitrates Nitre treated like nitrogen Nitrogen affected sound of handset Nitrogen compound Nitrogen compounds Nitrogen does spread over tops of underground lumps - these? Nitrogen's lack Nitroglycerin or dynamite Nitrous oxide, e. Nitwits Niuewpoort's river Nix Nix from Nixon, e. Nix, presidentially Nixed Nixed by Nixon, e. Ab Nixon staffer G. No 1 left island town No 1 sign diet at fault? No agreement in a tight corner? No aliens could get near them No amateur No angel No Apple product No backbreaker No bad feeling after abandoning one aristocrat No bail out for Britain?

No bananas for homeless person No behind-the-back critic No being cryptic and causing problems! No big babies No big thing No bigot No bother No boy demands silly Victorian book No brainiac No brave supplier of witticism will get punishment No bright bovine? No brother or sister mounting this buffalo No bruiser No car in a scrapyard has instruments inside No case for gun to change No celibate, he No challenge No chance at all!

No chance of dessert? No change in gland No change with this, as bird beset by plague No charge for accommodation on island No charge for this on iTunes, unlimited or otherwise No Child Left Behind dept No children's viewing No choice for this holiday destination?

No clarity of line in swimmer's initial stroke No college boy's beaten an average player No colour match? No common ground - it's elementary No Conservative to stop slide No contemporary writing about this period No contests No cost in going round lakeside location No couch potato No couch potato, him No damage around house No dance clue No dessert for a dieter No dessert for dieters No dieting is ordered for dyspepsia No difficulty in this riddle, initially?

No exemplar of erudition No exemplar of grace No expert No expression of doubt in song having no feelings No extras No family fare No fan of Pizarro, certai No fancy threads No female to worry over contrary men, period! No follower No fond feeling No food in her cupboard? No good interrupting angry person without courtesy No good line occupying discussion - that's characteristic of the English?

That is it No introduction needed for elite competitors No introduction of an extra burden No lack of self-confidenc No lager drunk by northern chap No later than No later than, briefly No later than, informally No laughing matter No layabout No less than No lieutenant yet: No light opinion formed by the critical No light reading No limits to crime in island resort No longer a minor No longer a slave No longer able to shoot No longer active: No longer an option No longer anchored No longer around No longer asleep No longer asleep — needing a wash?

No longer bothered by No longer bound after one has a change of heart No longer bright No longer bright, as colo No longer carry No longer carry Folgers o No longer carrying curren No longer charged No longer chic No longer chilling in working environment No longer cool No longer dirt No longer disturbed by No longer divided No longer doing the job?: No longer done No longer drunk?

No longer edible No longer excited No longer fashionable No longer fashionable attorney bloke No longer fast No longer feeding, as a p No longer fresh No longer gloomy No longer green No longer hot No longer hungry No longer in No longer in bed No longer in effect No longer in enemy hands No longer in fashion No longer in first place No longer in nappies No longer in service No longer in style No longer in the closet No longer in the groove musically and not to be talked about No longer in the land of Nod No longer in the service: No longer in the U.

No longer in use No longer in vogue No longer in work No longer ineffable No longer insure No longer interested in No longer is No longer is embraced by a husband - extremely tearful? No longer legal No longer living No longer mended? No longer mint No longer mint, in a way No longer moved by No longer nurses No longer on active duty: No longer on deck No longer on deck? No longer on the bottle No longer on the plate No longer on vacation No longer operative No longer outstanding, in No longer pale No longer plentiful, for instance No longer pristine No longer producing No longer pure No longer reliant on moth No longer secret No longer sharp No longer shrink-wrapped No longer sick No longer speaking, after No longer sponsored No longer standing No longer stops?

No longer stuck on No longer stylish No longer take it No longer taking exercise, one in depression needed to get fit No longer the same No longer thinking about No longer under No longer under considera No longer used No longer used: No longer valid No longer vivid No longer waiting on the No longer warm No longer wild No longer with us No longer work No longer working No longer working for the No longer working, went upstairs No longer working: No more credit to do minimal business?

No more jokes after this, said to be the longest? No more room on satellite? It happens every month No more sex, being thus? No more stars twinkling for those who watch at night No more than No more than a drop No more than half the air temperature No more work for retail outlet No mountains are this colour No Mr. No one needing meat around before one gets rice dish No one remaining hairy in sports?

Be careful what you say! Large number taken back No opening in crowd to hurry No opening to suggest some light work should arrive here No Oscar contender No particular interest about African country No particular place in It No party suggested one must accept an unpalatable solution No peace till one's buried No performers are found h No permission for recesses No person No philanthropist No pieces of cake No place for a base, in b No place for a big rig No place for a draft dodg No place for a lady No place for a neatnik No place for a rig No place for an epicure No place for skirts No place in church to carry a retracted blade?

No place to overlook special symbols No plan to stop big player in games No point to ripped Levi jeans, they can be chucked No points awarded to amateur coming back for old elephant No posh hotel No posh hotels No praises No pressure No pressure for clemency after PM gets winning margin No pressure to maintain large part of boat No prize?

No quick reads No quick trip around the No racer No rara avis means to inject fluid! No record in little jotter No regal residence No regret for Piaf in smearing of alto from 1 down, say? No room here to live with those people over 50, right? A terrible b-blunder No score No Scottish company meeting with setback in the main No short story No short time No show flat?

No shrimp No slowpoke No sluggard: Absolutely right No starter with fast food No stay-at-home. No stranger to the slopes No string bean No strong material to go to court after position upheld No substance in pious charity songs like Millennium Prayer? No surprise outcomes No sweat with this dance No talking in Hanover Square No tears from tenants living thus? No thugs No time at all No time for fat girl No time for fear? No time for headdress in town No time for homely fashions No Tony nominee, surely No tough opponent No trace found at sea, conversely No trouble No tucking into fatty birds from Italy No typical stock trader No vegetarian warder No visible means of suppo No vote No voter No walk in the park No way alcoholic drink is a remedy against ills No way at first for nasty types to be executed, no date being fixed No way booze is remedy against ills No way drink is medicine!

No way hiding, ready for quick thrust No way to kill yen for travelling No way will my relatives be crying here? No wear for waifs No Westminster contender No wet brambles No wild enthusiasm amongst sailors for Vlad? No-nonsense No-nonsense cry No-nonsense northern relation lost in York perhaps No-nos No-nos in many hotels No-parking zone No-pressure friendly for supporter No-see-um No-see-ums No-show No-show's score No-show's test score No-smoking ordinance, e.

No-waist dresses No-win situation No-win situation involving black neighbour of Black Beauty? Nobel's birthplace Nobel, e. A Nobleman accompanies girl soldiers to see civic official Nobleman after a banquet? Nobleman briefly getting attention Nobleman covered in pearls Nobleman expected to receive his king Nobleman expected to throttle King Nobleman from Balmoral or Dinnet?

Nobleman given award for making part of organ Nobleman has yen to leave before time Nobleman upset Liberal? That's funny Nobleman with award finds place to hang decoration Nobleman years ahead of his time? Nobleman's title Nobleman, originally Irish, is in Paris — first to arrive?

Rotten to the core! Nocturnal animals of the Nocturnal beetle Nocturnal bird Nocturnal birds Nocturnal birds liable to Nocturnal bloodsucker Nocturnal cycle occurrenc Nocturnal feline Nocturnal fledgling Nocturnal hooters? Noddle Nods Nods off Nods, perhaps Nodule Nodule I fitted in plastic connector Noel Noel opener Noel staple Noel starter Noel syllables Noel who played Lois Lane Noel, Yule Noes Nog ingredient Nog ingredient, maybe Nogales "now" Nogales nosh Noggin Noggin tops Noggin, in Nantes Noggins Nogoodniks Noirish Noise Noise a pig makes Noise after lightning Noise at a street protest Noise at night Noise from a fan Noise from pond life - die Noise in a comic book gun Noise made by bird quietly in its home Noise made by middle parts of mosques' swivel-chairs Noise made by my body Noise of an explosion Noise of chaps making appearance Noise of crazy pub still poses challenge Noise of the lambs Noise of train overheard by coastal resident Noise pollution Noise that Emily Post wou Noise used to attract someone's attention privately Noiseless Noises from 19th group back?

Noises from a county fair Noises from a rattletrap Noisily disputed wrong figure in bill Noisily drink up, touring a camp Noisome Noisome noise Noisome smell Noisy Noisy and unruly Noisy argument raging nearby Noisy bed-partner Noisy bird Noisy bird — sort of spaniel as well, some say Noisy birds Noisy bug Noisy but comfy chair Noisy celebrant Noisy celebration Noisy city transports Noisy commotion Noisy complaint Noisy counters Noisy cutter Noisy disturbance Noisy entertainment Noisy fan Noisy fight Noisy fights Noisy flier Noisy groups Noisy insect Noisy lot dispute "offside" Noisy lover is briefly on top, then on back Noisy one in the morning Noisy opposition Noisy outburst Noisy party Noisy protest extremely unchristian - head dished out a hundred lines Noisy public fight Noisy public speaker Noisy publicity Noisy quarrel Noisy reception Noisy reception when queen pays a visit?

Dylan to cut LP by 22 across Non-alcoholic drink Non-bear bear Non-believer Non-believer in force led one to change direction Non-choice for restaurant Non-clergy Non-clerical people Non-coffee order at Starb Non-competitive match Non-defeatist declaration Non-drinker Non-earthling Non-earthlings, briefly Non-earthlings, for short Non-existent location Non-fiction books let me think he's useful in many ways Non-fliers, holding US wheel-protector back, honourably discharged Non-head of state who add Non-illuminated bend up front leads to the opposite Non-interventionist passes away Non-Jews Non-mainstream believer Non-meat-eater Non-metallic element, S Non-oil painting method Non-P.

Non-professional Non-professional swimmer lacks training Non-professionals Non-rigid airship deficient in breadth Non-Rx Non-science subjects Non-scientific studies Non-standard system of lines: Non-verbal indications of assent Non-woody plants shoot in this place Nonabrasive Nonabrasive leather Nonacademic degree Nonacademic school activi Nonagenarian's age Nonagonal Nonalcoholic beer brand Nonaligned nations, e.

Noncitizen Nonclerical Noncom naval personnel Noncombat area, for short Noncombatant Noncommissioned army officer Noncommissioned officer Noncommittal agreement Noncommittal answer Noncommittal reply Noncommittal response Noncommittal suffix Noncommittal words Noncompromiser Nonconformist Nonconformist church raised cross - what's the point?

Nonconformist faction Nonconformist lamenting order Nonconformist setter twice rejected by The Scotsman Nonconformist spy? Nonconformists Nondairy milk source Nondairy spread Nondairy spreads Nondairy topping Nondefensive military mov Nondemocratic rule Nondescript Nondiverse kind of farmin Nondrinker Nondrinker by law None left? I agree None of it is good, it's said None of that? None of the above None of the above, on a s None the worse for the or None the worse for wear, None too brainy None too bright None too challenging cour None too happy None too smart None too soon None too swift None-too-gentle landing None-too-subtle encourage Nonentity Nonessential Nonet of black squares in Nonetheless Nonetheless, for short Nonets Nonexclusive Nonexistent Nonexistent, in Nantes Nonfiction author Nonfiction films, for sho Nonfielding A.

Nonhuman co-hosts of TV's Nonhuman part of a cyborg Nonintellectual Nonkosher diner offerings Nonkosher food Nonkosher lunch Nonkosher sandwiches Nonlearner, proverbially Nonlethal firearm Nonlethal weapon Nonlibrary reading Nonliquid state Nonliteral humor Nonmatching item, maybe Nonmechanized weapon Nonmember Nonmember of a union: Nonsense to have gold brought back from somewhere in Indonesia Nonsense word repeated in Nonsense word said while Nonsense writer without the polish?

Nonsense written about hotel party Nonsense! This race isn't so hairy! Nonstick spray Nonstop Nonstop connection Nonstop round-the-clock, Nonstudio broadcasts Nonstudio film Nonsurfer at the beach Nontheoretical athlete? Nontraditional chair styl Nontraditional haircuts Nonuniformed police offic Nonunion employees: Nonunion workplace Nonuniversity type Nonuple Nonvegetarian sandwich, f Nonvegetarian sandwiches, Nonverbal communication Nonverbal communication, Nonverbal congratulations Nonverbal O.

Noodge Noodges Noodle Noodle concoction Noodle concoction? Noodle dish Noodle product? Noodle-and-vegetable soup Noodlehead Noodleheads Noodles Noodles in a bowl? Right, Noodles with tempura Noodles, maybe Nook Nook in which a copperhead is enamoured? Normal cost 2 wds. Normal force felt on eart Normal habitat Normal muscle tension Normal procedure at home, interrupting course Normal rhythmical contrac Normal state of bourbon is quite cold Normal state of muscle ti Normal temperature proportion Normal time to retire with gin?

II Normandy was in it: Abb Norris Trophy winner for Norse bolt maker Norse capital Norse collection needed, say, regularly Norse deity Norse deity of mischief Norse epic Norse epics Norse equivalent of Mars Norse god Norse god of discord Norse god of peace Norse god of strife Norse god of thunder Norse god of war Norse god, husband of Frigg, father of Thor Norse goddess married to Norse goddess of fate Norse goddess of love Norse hammer thrower Norse jug?

Norse love goddess Norse mariner Norse myths, e. Abbr North Pole "exports" North Pole assistant? North, south, east or wes North, south, east or west? North-east English metropolitan county since North-east Indian tea state North-east Italian Adriatic resort North-easterly US state North-of-the-border grid North-west town's lost rare items in soup kitchen North-west US state bordering Canada Northamptonshire river Northanger Abbey author Northbound rail out of one poor city district is rather slow Northbound, on most maps Northeast airport Northeast area cuts employment bringing apprehension Northeast college town Northeast Indian state Northeast New Jersey city Northeast state of India Northeast Sudan, once Northeast tollroad option Northeast town named for Northeast, on a map Northeastern city named f Northeastern Indian state Northeastern Indians Northeastern toll road co Northerly locale Northerly Polish mother country, as was Northern Northern 15 at present time Northern air Northern Amer.

Northern and southern lig Northern area right in the middle of futile old sea battle Northern aristocrat many suspect to be an underachiever?

Northern arm of the Baltic Sea Northern Australian adult in toilet with Noah's grandson Northern banker in St Helens occasionally Northern base harbouring our country's weapon Northern bird in friendly environment?

Northern idiot entertaining rogue in set showing spite Northern Indians Northern inlets Northern Iraqi Northern Ireland lough Northern Ireland's Shanno Northern Irish politicians securing money repository Northern Irish Protestant Northern Japanese city Northern Lights Northern major-leaguer Northern Manhattan dwelle Northern mountain viewed from East in drawing Northern native Northern Oklahoma city Northern region — Yorkshire's capital — it needs to be redeveloped Northern region of ancient Israel Northern residence Northern runner seen occasionally in St Helens Northern Scandinavian Northern Scandinavians Northern sea duck Northern seabird with short neck and brightly coloured bill Northern short-tailed wild cat s Northern star?

Northern stream Northern supporter runs with promise to deliver port in the north Northern sympathizer Northern terminus of U. Northern tourist attraction needs law on handrails reinstated Northern town's battling heavyweight? Northern valley Northerner Northerner has meat and dessert with pin-up Northerner's brief stay at a hotel in Paris? Stoltenber Norwegian playwright Norwegian playwright, d.

Nose, slangily Nose-burning Nose-gripping specs Nose-in-the-air Nose-in-the-air sorts Nose-in-the-air type Nose-in-the-air types? Nose-noticeable Nose-puckering, in a way Nose-wrinkler Nose-wrinkling Nose: Nosh Nosh includes meat cooked very hot?

Nostalgic look Nostalgic number Nostalgic objects Nostalgic setter's one into wine Nostalgic soft drink Nostalgic song Nostalgic song by Acro Nostalgic time Nostalgic tune Nostalgic work Nostalgic, in a way Nostalgist's opening word Nostradamus, e. Nosy Parkers Nosy person Nosy person's affair, in Nosy sort Not Not "dis," in Brooklyn Not "fer" Not 'neath Not a one Not 3 regarding some power needing movement of uranium Not a 23 across, first acting officer Not a bad golf score, inf Not a beginner Not a big spender Not a bit sorry Not a blood relative Not a chap holding rank below duchess?

Not a close game Not a company man? Not a complete amateur Not a copy Not a copy: Not a direct criminal slander Not a dup. He started poor, and after military service, began studying hatmaking with a hatmaker in Copenhagen. In , he may have met up with magician Professor Joseph H. Le Tort and bought some of his props. In , Niels Edvard Jacobsen got married, and upon his first child's birth in , he gave up his hatmaking occupation for the life of an artist. By Jacobsen was working as a sword swallower his seven swords are preserved in a collection.

In Jacobsen requested from the king that he be allowed to take the name "LeTort". At first he was known as Niels Edvard Jacobsen Letort. There was also a magician named Professor Joseph H. Le Tort who was born in and performed in before dieing in Swedborg Denmark on November 22 There is speculation that the two magicians met in , and Niels Jacobsen got to buy some of Joseph H.

In , Niels Jacobsen LeTort showed a banner at a fair, and at this point became a sideshow tent owner. In he displayed a giant woman, and in he traveled around with a "hairy woman", but he also continued to work as a magician. In , he and his wife were divorced. In October, he returned to Denmark, but didn't receive as much publicity there as he did in Sweden. He returned to Sweden, and toured as far as Finland, where he didn't receive quite the success that he did in Sweden.

Letort was very elegant - tall, with pointed mustache, white tie with diamond pin, and rings on his fingers. They decided to join up, so Couprant could strengthen Letort 's program by showing films.

They opened a business for photographic articles in Stockholm, where they started the "American Theater", Stockholm's first "standing theater". Letort and Couprant returned to Stockholm where they continued their photo business. After a while, be moved back to Copenhagen, where he also became a movie pioneer. Letort had made good money as a magician, but had even better success with the new film industry. Around , Letort and his wife moved to her homeland of England. In the couple moved back to Odense, Denmark, where Niels died on February 7, at the age of His wife lived until May 12, Opened Reopened Reopened Sold Ninth and Arch Dime Museum For more than half a century, the corner of 9th and Arch streets sustained Philadelphians with opportunities for diversion, education and voyeurism.

The public came and went - and so did the owners. First was Colonel Joseph Wood in , fresh in town having been burnt out of his Chicago emporium. The Colonel opened the doors on a relatively simple affair: By , the venue re-launched under the new ownership.

New Dime Museum advertised "Entertainment Designed Expressly for Ladies and Children," and claimed they had the "only great show in town. The Dime Museum soon changed hands again. This time, Charles A. Bradenbaugh re-invented the destination as the 9th and Arch Museum. And this time, place and the public connected. Bradenbaugh kept the audiences coming from to In the s, Bradenbaugh dabbled in movies, allowing his visitors to enjoy that emerging medium.

But the Dime Museum 's array of 19th-century offerings remained a complicated and layered activity for the public. The simpler experience of the 20th century movie house required, and got, a venue all its own.

A decade into the new century, Bradenbaugh saw the writing on the wall and sold out. Soon enough, the new owners of the 9th and Arch Museum recognized the same reality and did their best to turn it into an opportunity. In , the museum's new manager, T.

Hopkins , and his press agent, Norman Jeffries, engineered literally a favorite local legend: Lo and behold, one dark and stormy night in , Mrs. Leeds gave birth to her 13th. It circled the villages and headed toward the Pines. Exhibited securely chained in a Massive Steel Cage. Don't Miss the Sight of a Lifetime. And the audiences this mutant marsupial drew to 9th and Arch kept the doors open for only a few more weeks.

The day of the Dime Museum had passed. Frank Dumont soon bought the building for his thriving troupe of minstrels. Seeking photos and more information on sword swallowers at Ninth and Arch Dime Museum. Opens under Colonel Joseph Wood Opens under Charles A. Chevalier Delno Fritz Delno Fritz and Mlle.

Business bad, closes early. Sword Swallowers with Frank A. Business bad, closes early in Sept. Horses sold at auction in New York, Sept 20 Robbins retires from circus business Robbins dies Frank A. Robbins Circus Side Show banner c Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show captivated audiences for a total of 30 years from to After opening on May 19, in Omaha, Nebraska, the show traveled on a nearly perpetual tour all over the east of America.

The entire troop of passengers, including 97 Natives, horses, 10 mules, 4 donkeys, 18 buffalo, 10 elk, 5 longhorn Texas steers, 2 deer, and the Deadwood Concord stagecoach crossed the Atlantic on several ships.

In , Queen Victoria requested and attended a command performance of the show at Windsor Castle. Buffalo Bill's Wild West show closed its successful London run in October after more than performances, with more than 2. The show continued on to Birmingham and Salford near Manchester, where it stayed for five months before returning to the US in May for a short summer tour. When the show opened in Paris on May 14, as part of the Universal Exhibition , ten thousand spectators gave it an enthusiastic reception.

Buffalo Bill was disappointed that the condition of the Colosseum did not allow it to be a venue; however, at Verona, the Wild West did perform in the ancient Roman amphitheater. The tour finished with stops in Austria-Hungary and Germany. In the show toured cities in Belgium and the Netherlands before returning to Great Britain to close the season. The show's tour was confined to Great Britain; it featured another command performance for Queen Victoria. The tour finished with a six-month run in London before leaving Europe for nearly a decade.

James Bailey becomes involved in , and begins employing sword swallowers starting in The Wild West Show traveled throughout Great Britain during the tour as well as the tour, performing in nearly every city large enough to support it. The tour began in April with a two-month run in Paris before moving into the rest of France, where it performed mostly one-night stands, concluding in December. The final tour of began in France on March 4, and quickly moved on to Italy for two months.

The Wild West Show traveled east: The show was declared bankrupt in Show opens in Omaha, Nebraska Returns to US, short summer tour in US Show returns to Europe to tour France Entire cast in Milano Italy Show tours Belgium, Netherlands, and Great Britain Show tours Great Britain Chicago World's Fair to crowds of 18, James Bailey becomes involved in show Show tours Europe, starts with week run in London Griffin in Europe Mighty Ajax in Europe Griffin Manager in Europe, Julian Putzjewitsch , sword swallower Delno Fritz and Maud D'Auldin Show declared bankrupt Buffalo Bill dies in Denver, CO.

Born c Died According to the book " Bizarre Medical Abnormalities " , Gross speaks of a 30 year old sword swallower in who was in the habit of giving exhibitions of sword-swallowing in public houses, and who injured his esophagus to such an extent as to cause abscess and death.

According to a March 3, article in the New York Sun , "The professional sword swallower does not pursue his business, as it is supposed, with impunity. A sword swallower lately died of hemorrhage in an English hospital, and the medical opinion seems to be that all of these men trifle with and shorten their lives.

British sword swallower dies pre-March This combined organization contains twenty-five of the most prominent artists in the arenic profession. In the museum department will be found Madame Devere , the Kentucky Bearded Woman, her first name was either Janice or Jane Devere , born in from Brooksville KY, and her career may have lasted into the 's - Could this be a relative of Marie Devere?

William Griffin apparently began sword swallowing around According to a July 1, article in the San Francisco Chronicle , " William Griffin , who for the past eighteen years has been eking out a precarious existence as a sword swallower, very nearly came to grief yesterday afternoon out on the beach near the Cliff House. He had been amusing people all morning, and at about 2: The exhibition stopped immediately, and Griffin started to crawl back to his room on Howard, near Sixth.

There he became very sick, and about 9 o'clock last night he was brought to the receiving hospital for treatment. Enright examined the man and found that his throat was ulcerated, and that the sword had lacerated it.

He was given medicine and sent back home. Griffin was from Santa Cruz, CA. According to a San Bernardino CA Daily Courier article dated February 1, , "A man named Griffin , belonging to a traveling circus combination, was arrested yesterday, at Colton, on a message from the Chief of Police of Los Angeles, being wanted in that city on a charge of petit larceny.

Griffin is a sword-swallower and is accompanied by a small boy who, he claims, is his son. An officer will arrive from Los Angeles this morning to return him to that city.

Bill Griffin , a sword swallower died here from injuries received while doing his turn in the side show of a circus which showed here. Griffin was using a long knife when his foot slipped and the knife pierced his windpipe. He died after intense suffering. Seeking photos and more information on sword swallower Bill Griffin. Le Costro Monsieur F. Griffin Prof Charles E. Griffin Professor Charles E. Griffin Charles Eldridge Griffin. Charles Eldridge Griffin was born on June 16, in St.

Some inaccurate accounts erroneously claim he was born in New York City on December 17, Throughout his lifetime, Griffin performed as a lecturer, magician, illusionist, conjurer, yogi, ventriloquist, contortionist, fire-eater, sword swallower, hypnotist, and manager with a variety of shows, including Bob Hunting Circus , Ringling Brothers Circus Sideshow and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.

By , his family had moved to Albia, Iowa, while Griffin was a child. His father John W. Griffin was Monroe County Superintendent of schools and county clerk of courts.

His mother Fannie Hall Morse was a musician, and Charles and his 3 siblings were outgoing extroverts with a penchant for performing his brothers Frank S. Griffin and Fred I. Griffin later worked in the circus business, and his sister became a popular platform speaker. At the age of 16, Charles Griffin toured school houses, town halls, and county fairs with his own "one man valise troupe" where he probably began to perfect his talents as a magician and ventriloquist.

After it folded in , he traveled to France at the age of 22 to become general manager of the Paris Pavilion Shows. Little is known about Griffin 's time in France, but he resurfaces in the United States two years later with Pullman and Mack's Circus as "The Comic Yankee Conjurer" throughout its short-lived existence in the season. During the twelve years that he spent with Hunting , Griffin set up his own New York Conjuring College and added writing and publishing to his growing list of accomplishments.

The first of many instruction manuals that he was to produce for aspiring circus performers was his self-published Griffin's Book of Wonders. A year later, the first of his two memoires Traveling with a Circus: A History of Hunting's N. The entrepreneurial Griffin was publisher for all but one of these c which were sold on site at the circus for 10 cents a copy.

The front of the program offers for sale a "Large book, 10 cents" that Griffin wrote that teaches "Magic, Ventrioloquism, Fire Eating, Sword Swallowing, and Hypnotism".

In the Hunting route book, Griffin is listed as the "Illusionist and Ventriloquist" , and he was also known to have performed as a fire-eater. On October 28, , Charles E. Olivia the Snake Charmer were both working on " Prof. Griffin worked with the Bob Hunting Circus for 12 years from to where he eventually owned and operated the sideshow.

In , he held a similar position with the Frank A Robbin's Circus. It was during this time around , that he met a young snake charmer named Olivia who worked with the show as "Octavia , The Serpent Enchantress". The couple married in , with Charles Griffin at about the age of 39, and Oliva about the age of born c In , Griffin became stage manager with the Ringling Brothers Circus Side Show based in Baraboo, WI, where he worked for 4 years from to as magician, ventriloquist, as well as "Lecturer and Sword Swallower".

Griffin 's wife Olivia also worked with the show as Octavia, "The White Witch" or as a snake charmers as " Octavia The Serpent Enchantress " , while his brothers, Frank Griffin and Fred Griffin worked with the show, with Fred's wife Julia performing as a mind reader.

In the Ringling Brothers Route book of , Chas. Griffin is listed as sword swallower, and his wife Octavia is listed as the "Snake Enchantress". At the end of Ringling Brothers season, James A. Davey, in Islington, a borough of London England. In , when manager Lew Parker decided not to rejoin the show for the British tour, Griffin was a ready-made replacement to act as manager for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show , and in , Griffin took over as manager of the show.

In April , the show opened in Paris where it ran through June 4, From November through March , the show wintered in Marseilles France. Eldridge Griffin is listed as "Supt.

The sword swallower during the European tour of Germany and Russia was probably Polish or Russian sword swallower Julian Putzkewitsch. Shortly after arriving back in the US, Griffin suffered a mild stroke. In the fall of , Griffin returned to Albia, Iowa, where he focused on writing and publishing, occasionally entertaining local residents with performances at Albia's Opera House.

Griffin suffered a more serious stroke and died in Albia, IA on January 3, at the age of Griffin 's name also appears in the list of persons associated with Buffalo Bill Cody , referencing Sarah J. Blackstone's book "Buckskins, Bullets, and Business: More substantial information was found in the William F.

Cody Collection in an article from Palimpsest by H. It is titled "An Iowan, with Buffalo Bill: Charles Eldridge Griffin in Europe, In the booklet, Griffin gives instructions for both fire eating, and nine books listed that he authored for vaudeville acts. Born June 16, in St. Family moves to Albia, IA Lives in Albia, Monroe County, Iowa Tours school houses, town halls, and county fairs at 16 with his own "one man valise troupe" Lives in Troy, Monroe County, Iowa Becomes general manager of Paris Pavilion Shows in France Joins Sells Brothers Circus as side show lecturer and fire act Bob Hunting's New York Circus as magician and sword swallower Publishes Griffin's Book of Wonders Bob Hunting Circus as illusionist, ventriloquist, and fire-eater Publishes booklet on contortion Publishes The Showman's Book of Wonders Owns and operates Bob Hunting Circus sideshow Marries Olivia , snake charmer Octavia Operates Frank A Robbin's Circus sideshow Ringling Brothers manager, lecturer, sword swallower, ventriloquist, magician Suffers mild stroke Returns to Albia, IA Charles Griffin suffers stroke and dies in Albia, IA at age 54 Griffin Charles E.

Griffin gravesite in Albia Iowa. Circassian sword swallower Greta and husband Dan 18?? Sword Swallowers Greta and Dan photo back 18?? In actuality, true Circassians are a Caucasian people, a North Caucasian ethnic group native to Circassia, who were living in the Caucasus region before being displaced in the course of the Russian conquest of the Caucasus region in the 19th century, especially after the Russian-Circassian War in The term "Circassian" includes the Adyghe and Kabardian people.

Today there are about , Circassians remaining in historical Circassia the republics of Adygea, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachay-Cherkessia, and the southern half of Krasnodar Krai , as well as a number in the Russian Federation outside these republics. The Circassians mainly speak the Circassian language, a Northwest Caucasian language with numerous dialects. The Circassians also speak Turkish and Arabic in large numbers and various other languages of the Middle East, having been exiled by Russia to lands of the Ottoman Empire, where the majority of them live today, and to a lesser extent neighboring Persia, where most of them came either deported en masse by the Safavids and Qajars, or to a lesser extent as muhajirs in the 19th century like in Ottoman Turkey.

The predominant religion among Circassians is Sunni Islam. Barnum exhibited his first "Circassian Girl" in , and after that many other Dime Museums and sideshows followed suit.

The pitch that usually accompanied the act involved kidnapping by "Arabs" and being forced into harem life, followed by a harrowing escape resulting in refuge in the sideshow.

In order to create a "Circassian Girl" for sideshow exhibition, a white woman would stiffen and bush her hair in the style of the 'Afro' hairdo, which was held in place by the use of beer.

In reality, the sideshow fantasy "Circassian" hairstyle bore no resemblance whatsoever to actual true Circassian hairstyles. Welsh was photographed by Charles Eisenmann in New York, probably in the ss.

While it was somewhat common to see "Circassian" women who worked as snake charmers in the late s, it was extremely rare to find a "Circassian" who worked as a sword swallower. It is unknown if any "Circassian Sword Swallowers" could actually swallow a sword, and this article from implies that the sword swallowing might have been more of an attention-grabbing tease than an actual performance part of the show.

Could this an unknown Circassian sword swallower be a later photo of A. Welsh face close-up A. Unknown Circassian Sword Swallower, later A. Chicago Circassian sword swallower Greta with husband Dan 18?? Died June 29, Instead of using the slender sword he was accustomed to, Mulraney took for use in his sword swallowing act a violin bow. Twice he essayed to swallow this, but failed each time, desisting on account of the intense pain caused by inserting the bow in his throat.

He immediately commensed vomitting blood, and continued to have these paroxysms until this morning, when he died. Patrick Mulraney obituary Patrick Mulroney obituary Patrick Mulraney obituary Sword swallower dies by violin bow. According to the January 17, New York Sun: In George Middleton went out with Adam Forepaugh's circus , and just before the season closed, headed to New York and started a dime museum.

Having an acquaintance with curiosities, and managed a circus as well as the side shows, Middleton was familiar with how to run a side show, Middleton rented a room and opened up a dime museum, one of the first in the United States. It proved a success from the start.

Middleton continued for about two years, then gave away his dime museum to go back on the road with a circus. Middleton went out the following season with John O'Brien's circus , which was not very successful.

The circus left a trail of plunder behind to pay off debts or as security for debts incurred, that reached from St. Louis to Winnipeg, where Middleton met C. Kohl and formed a partnership. Kohl and Middleton decided there was an opening in Chicago for a dime museum, so they formed a co-partnership and Middleton went on to Chicago to find a location, which he found at West Madison Street, just east of Halstead.

It was an instantaneous success, and operated there many years. The next year they opened a Dime Museum at Clark Street, which was also very successful. Paul, Minneapolis, and Cleveland.

All except Cleveland paid handsomely, which was their only failure in the dime museum business. Globe Dime Museum Chicago Cliquot Clark Street Museum Delno Fritz Clark Street Dime Museum first to show moving pictures His father, a millwright, came to Pittsburgh to help create the first tin-plate mill in America.

Davis grew up in the Strip District and attended O'Hara public school until the age of 11 when he took a job in a florist shop. He worked as a traveling carnival barker before he became a promoter in Pittsburgh. In the s his first profitable enterprise was promoting sporting events called "walking matches" at the old Grand Central rink on Penn Avenue.

The Musee offered a freak show museum and a Theatorium where lecturers and musicians performed. Eden Musee opens under Harry Davis Annie Roy was one of the first female sword swallowers with Ringling Brothers Circus and Barnum and Bailey circuses in the mid s. In actuality, this albino was said to be born as John Campbell in Glasgow, Scotland around , and when he started in show business, he took the name of the famous Scottish folk hero, Rob Roy. In , Annie was listed in the Barnum and Bailey Circus route book as the "White Madagascar Moor" , a "silent stander", an albino who could pose as statuary without the white makeup.

Annie appeared for Ringling Brothers Circus as the "White Madagascar Princess" , her description in the Official Program tying her skin tone to classical themes and beauty. Her snow white hair and alabaster complexion, together with her graceful form, if clad in flowing robes of white, such as Grecian maidens wore in ancient times, would make an excellent imitation of marble. On March 26, , the albino couple gave birth to their first and only son in Pennsylvania, also albino, who they named King Charles Roy , possibly in honor of Charles I the king of Scotland.

King Charles Roy was promoted as "The First Albino Born in the US" of albino parents because at the time it was thought that albino parents always had normal-pigmented children. In a letter dated March 15, , albino Robert Roy writes to Dr. Davenport in New York: I received your kind letter and cheque. I give you permission to use the manes[sic] of myself and family along with the photographs. Robert Roy - Mrs. Roy - and son, King Charles Roy. But do not forget to mention in your book that King Charles Roy is the first and only Albino child born in the United States of Albino Parents, as we have no record of any other.

Both his mother and himself were born in the state of Pennsylvania. I was born in New York City. If there are any other particulars you would like to know, I shall be glad to inform you. Yours respectfully, Robert Roy. There is a story that one of King Charles Roy 's children was born on the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus train that later had a wreck at 4am on June 22, in Ivanhoe near Hammond IN , and King Charles was presumed dead, although he later turned up alive.

In fact, King Charles ' oldest son was born in a hospital, and the rest were born at home, and King Charles Roy 's bags made it on the train, but he somehow missed the train which led to the speculation of his demise in the accident.

This information came from Minnie Roy 's own journal written in her own hand-writing that she kept from until The couple had nine children, six of whom had the albino trait. According to her obituary, on November 8, at Her obituary and the deed to the Jamestown house list her name as "Anna Elizabeth Wright".

Annie Roy had two sets of swords and bayonets, one with a pearl handle, and another etched with a lion's head. Annie 's swords were sold by Glenn Roberts around or in Sharon PA in a time of hardship to pay bills, and they are now owned by Lyle Tuttle.

Annie 's son King Charles Roy owned several businesses including a barbershop and the Jamestown Bait Hatchery which he owned and operated for 35 years before retiring in King Charles and Minnie had 9 children, 6 of whom were albinos, and 3 who were not.

Surviving are his wife, the former Minnie B. Wiser , whom he married Dec. Harold Alice Hoover , Mercer; Mrs. Smith , Erie; and Miss Juana J. Roy at home; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Anna Wiser Annie Roy Timeline Married to albino Rob Roy Albino son King Charles Roy born Rob Roy performed with Barnum and Bailey in Europe Rob Roy writes letter about albinism King Charles Roy retires from circus life Annie Roy moves in with her son King Charles Roy Annie Roy dies at the age of 78 in Jamestown, PA Between May 1, and October 31, , an estimated 27 million people attended Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition -- officially planned to celebrate the European discovery of the New World -- and marvelled at the Exposition's neo-classical vision of ordered community, cultural displays, and artistic exhibits.

The World's Columbian Exposition , situated on a 1. It was at the Chicago World's Fair that sword swallowing was first introduced to America at large, and it was here that sword swallowing first became accepted as popular in America by being one of the hit features of the fair. The Chicago World's Fair became so popular in , that it was later replicated again with the Chicago World's Fair of where sword swallowing was again one of the most popular highlights.

According to an article in the Chicago Daily Tribune dated April 8, Other attractions will be the black Sampson, Charlie Adams , the armless painter, and Dick Adams , a sword swallower. Hooper The Champion Sword Swallower. According to an article in the Times-Picayune dated May20, Hooper , "the champion sword swallower" performed some wonderful feats" at The Midway Plaisance in Picayune, Louisiana.

Hooper at The Midway Plaisance According to an article in the Alexandria Gazette dated October 31, He had a family to support at 16 Willet Street, and he became despondent. Monday night he took an old cavalry sabre blade twenty-three inches long and started to plunge it down his throat. His hand was not steady and the sword cut his throat. The pain made him cry out, and, whirling it around his head, lunged about the room. The screams of his wife and children startled one of the tenants in the house, who peeped in the door.

Seeing Reicke with the sword in his hands and the wife and children in fear, he slammed the door and ran yelling to the street for a policeman. Officer Fallon opended the door of Reicke 's room and saw him swing the sword.

He was sent to Bellevue. August Reicke attempts suicide According to an article in the NY Times dated Jan 27, Physicians were called and cut him open as the only means of recovering the sword.

The latter struck the end of the first, driving it below the palate into the stomach. Then he climbed a ladder and called for help over the transom and afterward walked nine blocks to a doctor's office and then home.

His recovery is doubtful. In order to do the work better, Heiling locked himself in a room by himself and proceeded to put three swords down his throat. He had inserted one safely, but the second sword struck the end of the first, driving it below the palate into the stomach. Then he climbed a ladder and called for help over the transom. Heiling afterward walked nine blocks to a doctor's office and then home. An operation was performed by Drs.

Denslow, Garber , and Vanderlaan. Believing the point to be at the base of the stomach, they made an incision there, but Heiling had walked so far the sword had sunk into the lower abdomen, necessitating another incision.

Heiling is twenty-one years old, and though he is strong, his recovery is doubtful. His intense suffering turned his hair from a dark brown to a light grey. His parents, August and Katrina Heling were both born in Germany. Albert Heiling injury article Albert Heiling injury article Albert Heiling injury article Albert Heiling death article Albert Heling grave site.

According to an article in the Chicago Daily Tribune dated February 29, James Reilly is a professional sword swallower. On Thursday evening February 27, , he was entertaining a crowd at Clark and Polk streets when Detective John McMahon thought the man was about to commit suicide and arrested him.

Justice Richardson discharged him. Reilly was arrested last night with his outfit of swords in a satchel. He visited Clark street as soon as he emerged from the train and was soon in a happy frame of mind. At Polk street he undertook to entertain a crowd of several hundred persons by his mystifying feats. Detective McMahon came along just in time to see Reilly place a huge sword in his mouth to swallow it.

McMahon rushed through the crowd and grasping the surprised Reilly , said: Reilly explained to His Honor his profession, and loud was the jeering and laughter the officer was forced to submit to from his brother officers. James Reilly arrested for attempted suicide James Reilly article According to an article dated December 17, in the Charlotte Observer: Sarbro , of Barcelona Spain, arrived here yesterday, and last night, at Dr.

Hawley 's office, gave an exhibition of sword swallowing. Register was an interested spectator. The professor is a great one. Given an army sabre 34 inches long, he swallowed 29 inches of the blade. He swallowed a strip of iron three feet long and bent it in his throat. He swallowed swords of various lengths, allowing different ones in the audience to draw them out.

There is no trick about the business, Sarbro being a real sword swallower. Before I deleted it, I sent it to Takuan, just to show him what was coming in. He suggested that I go ahead and post it, followed by his response.

Some interesting points, a lot of waffle and some errors. Top class, modern historians now regard that figure as grotesquely disproportionate. It is one of the most successful internationsal businesses of all time. You have the temerity to post this kind of Nazi apologist garbage in a comments thread of an article by a writer whose gentile grandparents had been murdered in a concentration camp and whose gentile mother spent two years in a labor-extermination camp, was a state witness in the post-war trial of its commandant, and relayed her wartime experiences to this writer directly.

Moreover, a writer who was born and grew up one hour by car from Auschwitz and three kilometers from the plant where the firm Hoch und Tiefbau AG had built the crematoria for that camp.

In which, alone, 2. Moreover, you desecrate the memory of Witold Pilecki plus other Polish officer escapees from Auschwitz who produced written reports, e. I am omitting here reports by Jewish escapees, for example the Vrba-Wetzler report, as well as the fate of the Jewish part of my family during the war, so as to skirt the whole specious Joooos-tainted-it aspect of your comment.

The lowest for Auschwitz, for instance by the Polish historian Franciszek Piper , cites 1. The highest figure cited for Auschwitz is 4 million.

However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo. See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments. For over 60 years, White mea-culpists have had a firm grip in all fields of cultural mind imprinting: Their main endeavor has been to enforce their compulsory e.

K and discretionary e. Nor the evils of the worldwide Islamic Inquisition which — not in the 16th century but now, in the 21st, condemns Muslim apostates to barbaric execution.

Instead, aggressive White androphobes of all genders which I can no longer count are decimating the philogynous and egalitarian West. Equality psychos are tearing down the most egalitarian society that ever existed except for initial communist experiments, before they turned bloody. American Jews, at the apex of the greatest fortune and philosemitic tolerance their long diaspora has ever bestowed on their kind, are busy supporting all the ideologies and policies that demolish their safe harbor and build up their Muslim, Black and Third World enemies.

Leftoid masochists and the Christian meek call for returning Hawaii to the Hawaiians and capitulating before a massive Mexican reconquista of one-third of America. The rightful Etruscan landowners are not bearing angry placards in front of the Vatican.

The Japanese are not planning to relinquish Hokkaido to its original owners, the Ainu. The tall, white and fair-haired Chachapoyas of the Andean forest have, alas, no remnants left to sue the Incas for genocide in a Peruvian court of law. However, even that great moral abyss of Western civilization — the Holocausts — stands out more in its industrialized and organizational features than it does either in the quality of its hatefulness or its relative or even absolute volumes.

In relative numbers, in just one year, , the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, killed off a total of one million, in a population of 7 million. Is it more humane to go by a stroke of a blunt machete than by a whiff of Zyklon B?

The Khmer Rouge murdered at least 2 million Cambodians between and Is it more humane to die by wallops from a Cambodian pickaxe handle than by a bullet from a German Mauser? Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth. But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better.

The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time.

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy.

A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway.

The translated article from Dagsavisen:. Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media.

We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader. The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members.

The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them. Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims. People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam.

Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U.