Press: Return of the Thunderer

The London Times settles a yearlong dispute

A cartoon in a London paper some months ago showed two Colonel Blimp characters chatting at their London club. ''Have you noticed,'' asked one, ''that no one's died since the Times stopped publishing?'' Clubmen and other notables can start expiring again, confident that their passing will not go unnoticed. The Times of London—founded in 1785, known fondly as ''the Thunderer'' for its once imperious editorials, and for years the bulletin board of the British Establishment—will reappear in mid-November along with its sister Sunday Times after the...

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