19 JUNE 1947, Page 27


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1. Happiness seems to result from urban existence. (8.) 5. Law in the mass ,s not finally clear. (6.)

9. A wise man swallows the unit and returns. (8.) 10. Not now limited to the numbers in- dicated. (6.) 12. Before the omnibus where does one get to? (6.) 13. This object is made of ripe salt. (8.) 15. Riots? I cure 'em. (Anag.) (12.) 18. Architects spend much time doing this, but not here. (7, 5.) 23. The first-comer is. (8.) 24. Associated with the name of Sir Richard Grenville. (6.) 26. From the car or abroad? (6.) 27. Its products do not race at Aintree. (4, 4.) 28. Sedentary aspects of All Saints. (6.) 29. She seems the right woman to keep the 10. (8.)


1. The blacksmith is not necessarily dis- honest. (6.) 2. It is in babyhood that dogs are so untidy. (6.) 3. Peruse the source of the electrical failure. (7.) 4. Evidently no: the sands of Dee. (4.) 5. Primitive. (7.) 7. No, Martha is out of the fight. (8.) 8. Remove a lock? That would make for anguish. (8.) 11. Better spoken than thrown. (7.) 14. Invading female substance. (7.) 16. Unemployed cape. (8.) 17. Kidnapped before this. (8.) 19. This letter always leads to others. (7.) 20. A Bible which was the first book printed with movable types. (7.) 21. But the scent of flowers is what it is famous for. (6.) 22. They help one to keep one's balance. (6.) 25. Did the Egyptians make game of their monarch? (4.)