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The Esperantist, Vol. 1, No. 5   By: (1880-1916)

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Transcriber's Notes

A few minor typographical errors have been corrected without notice. However, many grammatical errors and odd spellings have been left as in the original.

SINGLE COPIES PRICE FOURPENCE NET.

No. 5.

March, 1904.

THE ESPERANTIST

The Esperanto Gazette for the spreading of the International Language....

Edited by H. BOLINGBROKE MUDIE.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: 3/ (4 francs; 1 1/2 roubles; 75 cents).

Published by THE LONDON ESPERANTO CLUB, 41, Outer Temple, London, W.C.

CONTENTS

Page The Accent Problem (The Editor) 65 66 A February Walk (Esperantist 6380) 67 Italian Folklore (Clarence Bicknell) 68 Spanish Proverbs (Esperantist 4686) 68 The Tempest, continued from pages 5, 21, 40 & 56 (translated by A. Motteau) 69 Mateo Falkone (Elise Bauer) 70 72 Tom Bowling (translated by A. Motteau) 72 Various Items of Interest 73 Correspondence Notes 74 75 The Birth of Esperanto (translated by John Ellis) 76 78 Our Holidays (The Editor) 78 The Language of Flowers (Ben Elmy) 79 Two Fables from Lafontaine (O.W. 7074) 79 The Gates of Heaven (J. H. Meyrick) 80

FOR FREE PARTICULARS write to the HON. SECRETARIES of ESPERANTO SOCIETIES at

BOURNEMOUTH, I. F. H. Woodward, Esq., Norwood, St. Swithin's Road.

DUBLIN, C. Fournier, Esq., Celtic Association, St. Stephen's Green.

EDINBURGH, Miss Tweedie, M.A., 2, Spence Street.

GLASGOW, J. Hunter, Esq., 138, Darnley Street, Pollokshields.

HUDDERSFIELD, G. H. Taylor, Esq., 13, Birkly Hall Road.

KEIGHLEY, J. Ellis, Esq., Compton Buildings, Bow Street.

LONDON, H. Bolingbroke Mudie, 41, Outer Temple, W.C.

NEWCASTLE, H. W. Clephan, Esq., 3, Cotfield, Terrace, Gateshead.

PLYMOUTH, J. A. Thill, Esq., 6, Barton Crescent, Mannamead.

PORTSMOUTH, Dr. Greenwood, 21, St. George's Square.

SURBITON, P. Howard, Esq., The Bungalow, Cranes Park.

TYNEMOUTH, Alan F. Davidson, Esq., 26, Park Crescent, N. Shields.

WIMBLEDON, W. Inge, Esq. Spencer College, Wimbledon.

N.B. It is earnestly hoped that gentlemen who are willing to form local groups will communicate with the Hon. Sec., Esperanto Club, who will do all in his power to assist them in the work .

The Remington

THE UNIVERSAL TYPEWRITER.

Just think of it!

THE INTERNATIONAL MACHINE.

Unbound by ties of nationality:

The common bond of union of all civilised peoples.

The Remington can be supplied fitted for Esperanto.

THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY, 100, Gracechurch St., London, E.C.

La Remington

LA UNIVERSALA SKRIBMAŜINO.

Pripensu je tio!

LA INTERNACIA MAŜINO.

Tute liberiĝita de naciaj ligiloj:

La Komuna unuigilo por ĉiuj civilizitaj popoloj.

La Remington estos liverita kun Esperantaj presliteroj.

LA REMINGTON TYPEWRITER KOMPANIO, 100, Gracechurch St., Londono, E.C.

To Interest Your Friends,

Send 2/6 to the Librarian, P. HOWARD, Esq., The Bungalow, Cranes Park, Surbiton, for 6 copies of No. 52. These can subsequently be returned with 1/3 extra, and exchanged for The Complete Text Book if desired.

THE NEWEST PERFUME.

ESPERO.

Green and Gold Label printed in Esperanto.

Price 1/ . Post free, 1/1.

GEO. C. LAW, 394, King's Road, Chelsea, London, S.W.

[Image: Esperanto Postcard]

WHAT IS ESPERANTO?

THE Second Language for all Nations. Already about 100,000 persons know it. When travelling abroad, for business or pleasure, you will, all over Europe, find friends ready to converse or correspond in this simple and euphonious language. The wonderful simplicity of its grammar will surprise you. There are no exceptions to its rules; spelling is phonetic... Continue reading book >>




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