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In addition, thousands of Dervish wounded dragged themselves off to the desert to die undisturbed by inﬁdels. Certainly an Richard D. Fulton 31 17 18 19 20 21 22 accurate body count didn’t seem to be particularly important to anyone in light of the huge disparity in casualties. Winston Churchill reported that a heavy rain had shorted it out (The River War, New York: Award Books, 1964, ﬁrst published 1899), 236. The more cynical Saturday Review, accustomed to Kitchener’s harsh censorship, speculated “an obliging sand-storm having apparently done the handsome thing by the Sirdar” (3 September 1898, p.
Escott, “Thirty Years of the Periodical Press,” Blackwood’s, 156 (October 1894), 532–42; Elizabeth Banks, “American ‘Yellow Journalism,’” Nineteenth Century, 44 (August 1898), 328–40; Wemyss Reid, “The Newspapers,” Nineteenth Century, 46 (November 1899), 1848–64. ” 3 For accounts of the intrusion of sensationalism, or new journalism, into the quality press see especially Jean K. Chalaby, The Invention of Journalism (London: Macmillan, 1998); L. Perry Curtis, Jack the Ripper and the London Press (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001); Joel H.
Each county and its matches were listed with the results and the grounds where they had competed. 63 Cricket news had become a staple of a newspaper’s overall coverage by 1885 whether it was a sporting paper or a general interest paper. Prior to 1885 cricket news usually consisted of short, descriptive summaries of important matches and, perhaps, the scores of less signiﬁcant encounters. If cricket fans could not play or watch a match then they could read about it, because: the next best thing to playing cricket is to see it played; and next after that, at a long interval, doubtless, but still not without a strong 40 Anglo-American Media Interactions, 1850–2000 clash of excitement, comes the hurried glance in the morning at the scores of the day before.