Punch,  49 (1865), 135.

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    Claims that the reason why the 'flowing career of the Atlantic Cable' was 'so snappishly interrupted' was because it was not 'properly "registered for transmission abroad"'. Hopes the 'Directors will repair this defect previous to the next issue of their interesting periodical, which, like other serial stories, always manages to break off when we are most interested'.

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