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The Carved Cupboard

Product : The Carved Cupboard
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...and our house is in a terrace, and smuts, and soot, and dust fly in at the windows all day long. Miss Villars is awfully nice, and she makes us enjoy ourselves. At home one feels quite wicked if one reads a storybook, because there are so many of the boys'' stockings to be mended, and cooking, and our own lessons in between, for we go to a day school for three hours every morning. Now here, Miss Villars takes us out in the garden after breakfast under her shady trees, and puts one of us in a hammock, and the other in an easy chair, and leaves us there with some delicious books for a couple of hours. And then we see a dainty lunch coming out to us about eleven o''clock, and we drive and play tennis, and she treats us just like she might her own sisters!'' Elfie, looking at the radiant faces and sparkling eyes of the two delicate girls, envied Miss Villars the privilege of being able to bring such brightness and happiness into others'' lives. Meanwhile Clare was having a private talk with her friend, for after tea Agatha had sped down to the village on one of her benevolent errands. ''Have you found the true secret of happiness yet?'' asked Miss Villars presently. ''You look brighter than when I last saw you.'' ''I may be brighter now, but I shall have one of my black moods again soon. No, Miss Villars, I don''t think I shall ever be satisfied in this life. The more I have, the more I want, and you couldn''t expect me to be happy with Hugh in Africa!'' She laughed as she spoke, but her smile soon died away. ''I want him back dreadfully, Miss Villars. I never dreamt I would miss him so much; and I have a horrible feeling that he will not come back at all. I think I should die if he did not! I long sometimes to go out to him. But I can''t. I must just wait, and I hate waiting! I never could wait for anything when I was a child, and it drives me nearly wild!'' Clare spoke with such vehemence and passion that for a moment Miss Villars thought it best not to speak. Then...
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An Essay On Professional Ethics

Product : An Essay On Professional Ethics
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...In all countries advanced in civilization, and whose laws and manners have attained any degree of refinement, there has arisen an order of advocates devoted to prosecuting or defending the lawsuits of others. Before the tribunals of Athens, although the party pleaded his own cause, it was usual to have the oration prepared by one of an order of men devoted to this business, and to compensate him liberally for his skill and learning. Many of the orations of Isocrates, which have been handed down to us, are but private pleadings of this character. He is said to have received one fee Pg 81 of twenty talents, about eighteen thousand dollars of our money, for a speech that he wrote for Nicocles, king of Cyprus. Still, from all that appears, the compensation thus received was honorary or gratuitous merely. Among the early institutions of Rome, the relation of patron and client, which existed between the patrician and plebeian, bound the former to render the latter assistance and protection in his lawsuits, with no other return than the general duty, which the client owed to his patron. As every patrician could not be a sufficiently profound lawyer to resolve all difficulties, which might arise in the progress of a complex system of government and laws, though he still might accomplish himself in the art of eloquence, there arose soon a new order of men, the jurisconsults. They also received no compensation. On the public days of market, or assembly, the masters of the art were seen walking in the forum, ready to impart the needful advice to the meanest of their fellow-citizens, from whose votes on a future occasion, they might solicit a grateful return. As their years and honors Pg 82 increased, they seated themselves at home, on a chair or throne, to expect with patient gravity the visits of their clients, who at the dawn of day, from the town and country, began to thunder at their doors. 32 Often, indeed, the patron was able in his own person to...
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Rollo On The Rhine

Product : Rollo On The Rhine
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ... waiter brought them some rolls of very nice and tender bread, and some delicious butter. He also brought a large plate full of fried potatoes, and the beefsteak which came for Mr. George was very juicy and rich. The omelet which Rollo had chosen for his principal dish was excellent too. He made an exchange with Mr. George, giving him a piece of his omelet, and taking a part of the steak. Thus they ate their breakfast very happily together, looking out the window from time to time to see the steamboats and the carriages go by, and to view the magnificent scenery of the opposite shores. I''ll tell you what it is, Rollo, said Mr. George; people may say what they please about the castles and the ruins on the Rhine
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A Campfire Girl's Test Of Friendship

Product : A Campfire Girl's Test Of Friendship
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...about so far. Take a trip down to my father''s farm some time, Mrs. Pratt, and they''ll be glad to show you everything they have there, I know. My father is very anxious for all the farmers in his neighborhood to profit by any help they can get. The only trouble is that a good many of them seem to feel that he is interfering with them. Well, if they''re as stupid as that, it serves them right to keep on losing money, Miss Mercer. But it''s natural, after all. You see they''ve run their farms their own way all their lives, and it''s the way they learned from their fathers. So it isn''t very strange that they''re apt to feel that they know more, from all that practice and experiment, than city people who are farming scientifically. Does your father enjoy farming? He says he does--and it''s a curious thing that he makes that farm pay its way, even allowing 131 for a whole lot of things he does that aren''t really necessary. That''s what proves, you see, that his theories are right--they pay. Of course, he could afford to lose money on it, and you can''t make a whole lot of those farmers in our neighborhood believe that he doesn''t. So now he is having the books of the farm fixed up so that any of the farmers around can see them, and find out for themselves how things are run. Tired as the girls of the Camp Fire had been, the night before, they were wonderfully refreshed by their night''s sleep. The weather was much more pleasant than it had been, and a brisk wind had driven off much of the smoke that still remained when they reached the Pratt farm as a reminder of the scourge of fire. So the conditions for walking were good, and Eleanor Mercer set a round, swinging pace as they started off. I''ll really be glad to get out of this burned district. It''s awfully gloomy, isn''t it,...
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Red Cap Tales

Product : Red Cap Tales
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...head against the wall! And then when Mac-Guffog came in the morning with his lantern, he''d find that old Hatteraick hadn''t any need to go and hang himself! But don''t you two squabble over it; I will do Hatteraick myself! A very likely thing! sneered Hugh John. You heard me say ''Bags Hatteraick,'' Toady Lion! Every one heard me
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Tags: S. R. Crockett, Samuel Rutherford Crockett, Books, Fiction and Literature, Fiction, Red Cap Tales

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The Shellback's Progress

Product : The Shellback's Progress
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...own men and not by the French sharpshooters. It was a point that could never be cleared up to their satisfaction, hence the impression that his sailors must have had some grudge against him was very prevalent. His association with the King and Queen of the two Sicilies was said to have gone a long way towards giving him a swelled head, and in truth it was no mean distinction to be on terms of friendship with a daughter of Maria Theresa and sister to Marie Antoinette. They believed that Nelson had been influenced by the king and queen when in a soft-headed mood to commit an act that can never be obliterated. It was not only cruel and heartless, but it had close resemblance to a crime. They talk, said they, of the murder by Napoleon of their duke (Duke d''Enghien), but was it not as bad of Nelson to have Commodore Francisco Caracciolo tried by a court martial composed of the prisoner''s enemies (Neapolitan officers) which sat only two hours aboard the Faudroyant and found him guilty of rebellion against his sovereign? He was ordered by Nelson to be hanged at the fore yardarm of the Minerva. The sight of this poor man dangling at the yardarm must have had a revolting impression on the minds of those who witnessed it, and the aversion of the public who merely heard of it must have been equally well founded. No wonder that it was handed down to subsequent generations of seamen, and caused them to say, as I have heard them that, Nelson should have left the dirty, bloody business to his pal the King of the Sicilies and kept his own hands clean. They always spoke of his death as retribution. If there isn''t something in it, said they, superstitiously, why was Collingwood and Hardy not hit? His relationship with Lady Hamilton was vigorously defended; both voluble and comic reasons were poured forth in support of his action. Had she not on more than one occasion saved the fleet, and had she not rendered...
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Diderot And The Encyclopaedists

Product : Diderot And The Encyclopaedists
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...no sooner does man cease to act, than he falls into pain and weariness of spirit.
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Olla Podrida

Product : Olla Podrida
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...perceive such a manifest difference in temper between individual horses and dogs and other animals who are domesticated, that the same difference must exist in the wild species, and that, in fact, there may be shades of virtue and vice in lions, tigers, bears, and other animals; and that there does exist in animals as well as in man, more or less according to their natural dispositions, a remnant of those affections which in the garden of our first parents were so strongly implanted as to induce the lion to lie down with the lamb.
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The Death Shot

Product : The Death Shot
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ... hopes. The toilsome journey is nearly at an end, and rejoicingly they hail its termination. Whether their train of white tilted wagons winds its way under shadowing trees, or across sunlit glades, there is heard along its line only joyous speech and loud hilarious laughter. So go they on, regardless about the future, or only thinking of it as full of bright promise. Little do they dream how it may be affected by something seen upon the cliffs above, though not seen by them. At the point they have now reached, the bottom-land is several miles wide, with its bordering of grim bluffs rising on either flank, and running far as eye can see. On the left side, that they have just forsaken, not upon the river
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In Search Of El Dorado

Product : In Search Of El Dorado
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...though it is to be feared that his remarks and explanations left Dick but little the wiser. It was close upon sunset when at length they returned to the camp, where they were shortly afterward joined by King Cole, once more calm and in his right mind. They took the precaution to surround the camp with a circle of fires that night, to ward off a possible attack, posting a sentinel at each fire for the double purpose of keeping it going and maintaining a watch. The belt of forest which the explorers entered on the following day proved to be of no very great extent, the passage through it occupying but a day and a half. Emerging from it, the party crossed a splendid savannah, abounding in game, chiefly of the antelope variety, and large birds somewhat resembling bustard, the tameness of which seemed to indicate that man was practically unknown to them, while it enabled them to replenish their larder with the utmost ease. This savannah extended for a distance of about ten miles, and terminated among the foothills of a range of mountains of very moderate height stretching right athwart the path of the explorers. Among those foothills the party pitched their camp at the end of the day
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The Fighting Shepherdess

Product : The Fighting Shepherdess
Category : Books>Romance>Historical
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...distrust of motives; nevertheless, it was there, to become a fixed opinion. While she seemed to deliberate, Mr. Wentz''s thoughts were of a different nature. If she were not so tanned and wore the clothes of civilization
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The Lady Doc

Product : The Lady Doc
Category : Books>Romance>Historical
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...in a humorous light and made her more or less the target of coarse jokes, as is any woman who leaves the beaten track, yet the general feeling toward her was one of friendliness. They laughed at her swaggering stride, her masculine dress, the vernacular which was their own speech, but there was quickly established between them and her a good-humored familiarity which was greatly to her liking. They become Bill and Pat and Tony to her and she was Doc to them. While her horses trotted briskly the length of the ditch and she was returning smiling nods and flinging retorts that were not too delicate over her shoulder, she began to feel herself a personage; she was filled with a growing sense of importance and power. There was everything to indicate that the contract would prove all that she and Lamb had hoped for. The general health was exceptionally good and she urged sanitary precautions upon the men to prevent long and expensive fevers; as yet there was no dangerous rock-work entailing the use of explosives to imperil the lives and limbs of the men. The remedies required were of the simplest and the running expenses of the hospital were nil. When they received their first checks from the Company and the contractors, Lamb''s joy was almost tearful. It''s easier than layin'' bricks, Doc, he said as they wrung each other''s hands in mutual congratulation. Dr. Harpes'' ambitions grew with her bank account, and among them there was one which began to take the shape of a fixed purpose. With her successful manipulations of conditions to further her own ends she came to believe herself in her small world invincible. The effect of this belief upon a nature like hers was to increase its natural arrogance and her tendency to domineer, while the strange, extravagant personal conceit which seemed so at variance with her practical nature became a paramount trait. There was really no doubt in her mind that she could marry Ogden Van Lennop if she really set...
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Pickwickian Studies

Product : Pickwickian Studies
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...therefore looking
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Tags: Percy Hethrington Fitzgerald, Books, Fiction and Literature, Fiction, Pickwickian Studies

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The Castaways

Product : The Castaways
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...a lesson in good manners. What do you want? Why do you stand there staring at me like an idiot? If you have anything to say, please say it at once, and get about your duty.
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Under The Waves

Product : Under The Waves
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...legs from under him, and preceded him to the beach, where it was dashed to atoms. Chok-foo recovered himself, continued his wild descent, sprang into the boat, rowed out to his companions in furious haste, and breathlessly gave the information that pirates were coming! Those to whom he said this knew too well what he meant to require explanation. They were aware that many so-called
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The Motor Maids At Sunrise Camp

Product : The Motor Maids At Sunrise Camp
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...only two miles long that we could take, and meet the ''Comet'' at a bridge at the end. Don''t you think some of us could take it, Dr. Hume? It''s right through the most wonderful pine forests,
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Shining Ferry

Product : Shining Ferry
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...and she fetched it from the cupboard, where it lay in a basket covered by a spotless white cloth. As she did so, her eyes fell on a damp spot on the floor, where, after bandaging Mr. Sam, she had carefully washed out the stain of his blood. She looked at her hands. They were clean; and yet having set down the basket on the desk, and turned her stool so that she might not see the spot on the floor, she continued to stare at them, and from them to the white cloth. A while she stood thus, irresolute, still listening to the bees zooming against the pane. Then with a sudden effort of will she walked out and across the yard, to the pump in the far corner. She was stooping to raise the pump handle, but straightened herself up again at the sound
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Gaspar The Gaucho

Product : Gaspar The Gaucho
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...se
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Ten Boys From History

Product : Ten Boys From History
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...The Dauphin sprang along the path for quite a distance, when he stopped suddenly and turned round to the queen, who with her two footmen was walking quietly behind him. Well, Chevalier Bayard, what are you stopping for? asked the queen with a smile. I am waiting for you, he said gravely, because this is where my knightly service commences, for it is here that danger begins. It is true, said the Queen, and even as she spoke, there came to her ears a sound of shouting as loud as the booming of cannon. Oh, my child, cried Marie Antoinette, the sound is like the thundering of a storm at sea! But such storms lie in God''s hand and He protects those who trust Him. Think of that, little Louis, and do not be afraid! Oh, I am not afraid! cried Louis, running happily on. And yet, outside the fence behind which they were walking, was a dense mass of angry people muttering curses on the queen and the Dauphin. All at once, the mother''s heart almost stopped beating from fright and horror. A man had extended his bare, powerful arm through the paling of the fence, to bar the Dauphin''s way when he should try to pass it. The boy saw the arm, hesitated a little, then went bravely forward. The queen hurried that she might be near him when he reached the danger point. On walked the Dauphin in proud courage. On hurried the queen and as she reached him, she cried: Come here, my son. Give me your hand. But instead of responding to her cry, the little prince sprang forward and stood directly in front of the outstretched arm, and reaching out his small white hand, laid it on the brown clenched fist that had been ready to clutch him as in a vise, while a chorus of cheers at his courage went up from outside the wall. Good-day sir, he said in a loud voice, Good-day! As he spoke he took hold of the great rough hand and shook it. Little fool, roared the man, what do...
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A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

Product : A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...from the positive than from side to side. Here the long cord, with the negative electrode, would be a special advantage in subduing the inflammation. We would not care to increase the inflammatory action, as we should necessarily do on the positive side of the central point, by using cords of equal length. Again, if treating a case of acute enteritis
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Days Off

Product : Days Off
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...said the pert youth. And this? said Nicholas, touching another. Oh, that is Cape Henlopen, was the answer. Then, I suppose, said Nicholas gravely, pointing to the young man''s head, this must be the lighthouse. I think that Charles Lamb, despite his imperfect sympathy with Quakers, would have liked this turn to the conversation. Bedtime comes at last, even when you are lodging at the Sign of the Beautiful Star. There were a few quiet words read from a peace-giving book, and a few minutes of silent thought in fellowship, and then each man pulled his blanket round him and slept as if there were no troubles in the world. Certainly there were none waiting for us in the morning; for the day rose fresh and fair, and we had nothing to do but enjoy it. After fishing for an hour or two, to supply our larder, we paddled down the pond, which presently widened into quite a lake, ending in a long, low dam with trees growing all across it. Here was the forgotten village of Watermouth, founded before the Revolution, and once the seat of a flourishing iron industry, but now stranded between two railways, six miles on either side of it, and basking on the warm sand-hills in a painless and innocent decay. Watermouth had done nothing to deserve ill fortune. But the timber which had once been floated down its river was all cut and gone; and the bog-iron which had once been smelted in its furnaces was all used up; and the forest glass-makers and charcoal-burners who had once traded in its store had all disappeared; and the new colonies of fruit-growers and truck-farmers from Italy and Germany did not like to settle quite so far from the railway; and there was nothing left for Watermouth but to sit in the sun and doze, while one family after another melted away, and house after house closed its windows and its doors. The manor-house stood in spacious grounds sloping gently down to the southern shore of the lake, well planted with a...
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A Report Of The Debates And Proceedings In The Secret Sessions Of The Conference Convention

Product : A Report Of The Debates And Proceedings In The Secret Sessions Of The Conference Convention
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...o''clock this evening, or at any other time which may suit their convenience. The Conference then proceeded to the order of the day, being the consideration of the second article of the section reported by the committee. Mr. GUTHRIE:
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Anting-anting Stories

Product : Anting-anting Stories
Category : Books>Mystery and Suspense>Suspense
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...Islands, on which a force of insurgents is to be hidden, large enough to overpower the men on the gunboat in her disabled condition. Do not let her leave Ilo Ilo until you have a new pilot, and one you are sure of. Demauny. Captain James Demauny, of the American army in the Philippine Islands, folded the dispatch which he had just written, and sealed it. Then, calling an orderly to him he said, Send Sergeant Johnson to me. Captain Demauny''s company was then at Pasi, a small inland town in the island of Panay. He had been dispatched by the American general commanding at Ilo Ilo, the chief seaport of Panay, to march to Capiz, a 134 seaport town on the opposite side of the island, to assist from the land side a small force of Americans besieged there by the natives, while the gunboat Utica was to steam around the northeastern promontory of the island and cooperate from the water side of the town, in its relief. The distance across the island was about fifty miles, while that by water, by the route which the Utica must traverse, was about two hundred miles. Captain Demauny, starting first, had covered half the march laid out for him, without incident, until, halting at Pasi, half way across the island and well up in the mountains, he had been so fortunate as to obtain the information which he was about to send back to the commander at Ilo Ilo. Panay had been, up to this time, one of the most quiet islands in the group. He had met with no opposition in his march, so far, and it was believed that the only natives on the island who were under arms were those living in the northeastern part of the territory. 135 It was a force of these that had invested Capiz. Sergeant Johnson, sir, the orderly reported. Very well. Send him in. A young man, wearing a faded brown duck uniform, tightly buttoned leggings, and a wide-rimmed gray hat, entered the tent. I have sent for you, sergeant,...
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The Queen's Twin And Other Stories

Product : The Queen's Twin And Other Stories
Category : Books>History
Catalog : Indigo Product Feed - Books Catalog 7
Description : Excerpt: ...a cup o'' tay. ''T is the laste I can do whin me folks is afther coming so far! God save all here! said Uncle Patsy devoutly, as he stepped into the house. There sat little Nora with the tired baby in her arms; to tell the truth, she was crying now for lack of Johnny. She looked pale, but her eyes were shining, and a ray of sunlight fell through the door and brightened her red hair. She looked quite beautiful and radiant as she sat there. Well, Nora, ye ''re here, ain''t you? said the old man. Only this morning, said the mother, whin I opened me eyes I says to meself: ''Where''s Nora?'' says I; ''she do be so long wit''out writing home to me;'' look at her now by me own fire! Wisha, but what''s all this whillalu and stramach down by the brook? Oh, see now! the folks have got word; all the folks is here! Coom out to them, Nora; give me the shild; coom out, Patsy boy! Where ''s Nora? Where ''s Nora? they could hear the loud cry coming, as all the neighbors hurried up the hill. BOLD WORDS AT THE BRIDGE. I. ''Well, now,'' says I, ''Mrs. Con''ly,'' says I, ''how ever you may tark, ''tis nobody''s business and I wanting to plant a few pumpkins for me cow in among me cabbages. I ''ve got the right to plant whatever I may choose, if it''s the divil of a crop of t''istles in the middle of me ground.'' ''No ma''am, you ain''t,'' says Biddy Con''ly; ''you ain''t got anny right to plant t''istles that''s not for the public good,'' says she; and I being so hasty wit'' me timper, I shuk me fist in her face then, and herself shuk her fist at me. Just then Father Brady come by, as luck ardered, an'' recomminded us would we keep the peace. He knew well I ''d had my provocation; ''t was to herself he spoke first. You''d think she owned the whole corporation. I wished I ''d t''rown her over into the wather, so I did, before he come by at all. ''T was on the bridge the two of us were. I was stepping home by meself very quiet in the afthernoon to put me tay-kittle on for supper, and herself overtook...
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The War In South Africa

Product : The War In South Africa
Category : Books>History
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Description : Excerpt: ... these terms been accepted. To have given more would certainly seem not to have offered peace, but to have implored it. Whatever the final terms of peace may prove to be, it is to be earnestly hoped that 40,000 male prisoners will not be returned, as a matter of right, without any guarantee for their future conduct. It is also much to be desired that the bastard taal language, which has no literature and is almost as unintelligible to a Hollander as to an Englishman, will cease to be officially recognised. These two omissions may repay in the long run for weary months of extra war since, upon Botha''s refusal, the British Government withdrew these terms and the hand moved onwards upon the dial of fate, never to turn back. De Wet had said in reference to Kitchener''s terms of peace, 81 ''What is the use of examining all the points, as the only object for which we are fighting is our independence and our national existence?'' It is evident, however, that Botha did not consider this an absolute bar to renewing the negotiations, for upon May 10, two months later, he wrote the following letter to Lord Kitchener: ''Commandant-General''s Camp, May 10, 1901. '' Excellency ,
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Working With The Working Woman

Product : Working With The Working Woman
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Description : Excerpt: ...I''m asking you. What do you expect to get? 116 Fourteen dollars. All right, go on in. If the room where the boss had received me could have been the work of a twelve-year-old, the rest of the factory must have been designed and executed by a boy of eight, or a lame, halt, and blind carpenter just tottering to his grave. There was not a straight shelf. There was not a straight partition. Boards of various woods and sizes had been used and nothing had ever been painted. Such doors as existed had odd ways of opening and closing. The whole place looked as if it had cost about seven dollars and twenty-nine cents to throw together. But, ah! the white and pale blue of the show rooms! The dress factory job was like another world compared with candy, brass, and the laundry. In each of those places I had worked on one floor of a big plant, doing one subdivided piece of labor among equally low-paid workers busy at the same sort of job as myself. Of what went on in the processes before and after the work we did, I knew and saw nothing. We packed finished chocolates; we punched slots in already-made lamp cones; we ironed already washed, starched, and dampened clothes. Such work as we did took no particular skill, though a certain improvement in speed and quality of work came with practice. One''s eyes could wander now and then, one''s thoughts could wander often, and conversation with one''s neighbors was always possible. 117 Behold the dress factory, a little complete world of its own on one small floor where every process of manufacture, and all of it skilled work, could be viewed from any spot. Not quite every process
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Famous Sea Fights

Product : Famous Sea Fights
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction
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Description : Excerpt: ...first north, then eastwards across the Atlantic. Nelson followed on 13 June, and reached Gibraltar without once sighting his enemy. He had, however, taken the precaution of dispatching a fast sailing brig to England with the news that the French fleet was returning to Europe. This ship, the Curieux, actually got a glimpse of the enemy far off in mid ocean, and outsailed him to such good purpose that the Admiralty was able to order the squadrons blockading Brest and Rochefort to unite under the command of Sir Robert Calder and try to intercept Villeneuve on his way back. Though inferior in numbers to the allied fleet, Calder brought it to action in thick, foggy weather on 22 July, some ninety miles off the Spanish Cape Finisterre. The battle, fought in semi-darkness, was a desultory, indecisive encounter, and though Calder cut off and took two Spanish ships of the line, the feeling in England, when the news arrived, was not one of satisfaction at his partial success, but of undeserved indignation at his having failed to force the fighting and destroy the enemy''s fleet. Villeneuve took his fleet into Vigo Bay. According to Pg 178 the plan of campaign, now that he had shaken off Nelson''s pursuit, he should have sailed for the Channel, picking up the Brest and Rochefort squadrons on his way. Napoleon, at Boulogne, was ceaselessly drilling the Grand Army in rapid embarkation and disembarkation, and hoping each day for news of his admiral''s dash into the Channel. But Villeneuve, who knew Keith had a squadron in the Channel, and had a vague dread of Nelson suddenly making his appearance, had a better appreciation of the small chance of the scheme giving any result than the imperious soldier-Emperor, who had come to believe that what he ordered must succeed. From Vigo, Villeneuve wrote to the Minister of Marine, Decr
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The Masters And Their Music

Product : The Masters And Their Music
Category : Books>Biography and Memoir
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Description : Excerpt: ...in his works. It opens with a bravura run in scale work,
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The Idea Of God In Early Religions

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Description : Excerpt: ...to be sacred, should become divine. But where we find divine animals or animal gods
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The Range Boss

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Description : Excerpt: ...and Hagar. He reflected again on it now. Lookin'' it square in the face, it''s human nature. We''ll allow that. We''ll say a man has feelin''s. But a man ought to have sense, too
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The Search

Product : The Search
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction>Literary
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Description : Excerpt: ...they sat in utter silence listening to the oncoming car. It''s they, all right! whispered Cameron softly. That''s Passmore''s voice. He converses almost wholly in choice profanity. His mother''s hand stole out to touch his shoulder and he reached around and held it close. Don''t tremble, mother, we''re all safe! he whispered in a tone so tender that Ruth felt a shiver of pleasure pass over her for the mother who had such a son. Also there was the instant thought that a man could not be wholly rotten when he could speak to his mother in that tone. There was a breathless space when the car paused on the road not far away and their pursuers stood up and looked around, shouting to one another. There was no mistaking their identity now. Ruth shivered visibly. One of them got out of the car and came toward the barn. They could hear him stepping over the stony roadside. Cameron laid a quiet hand of reassuring protection on her arm that steadied her and made her feel wonderfully safe once more, and strange to say she found herself lifting up another queer little kind of a 161 prayer. It had never been her habit to pray much except in form. Her heart had seldom needed anything that money could not supply. The man had stumbled across the gully and up toward the barn. They could hear him swearing at the unevenness of the ground, and Ruth held her breath and prayed again. A moment more and he was fumbling about for the barn door and calling for a flash light. Then, like the distant sound of a mighty angel of deliverance came the rumble of a car in the distance. The men heard it and took it for their quarry on ahead. They climbed into their car again and were gone like a flash. John Cameron did not wait for them to get far away. He set the car in motion as soon as they were out of sight, and its expensive mechanism obeyed his direction almost silently as he guided it around...
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The Tragic Bride

Product : The Tragic Bride
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Description : Excerpt: ... this more apparent than in his behaviour towards animals. Overton, lying as it did in the midst of a green countryside, was a natural sanctuary for all wild creatures, in which Arthur, from his earliest years, had always shown a peculiar interest. As a child, he would spend many hours with the keeper, developing an instinct for wood-craft that seemed to be the strongest in his composition. He knew all the birds of the estate, their habits, their calls, their refuges. Once in the shadow of the woods, he himself was a wild animal, a creature of faunish activity and grace. Mrs. Payne always encouraged this passion of his as a natural and admirable thing, until, one day, the keeper, who was no more humane than the majority of keepers, came to her with a shocking story of Arthur''s cruelty: an enormity that it would have taken the mind of a devil, rather than a man, to imagine. When she taxed the boy with it he only laughed. She thrashed the matter out; she pointed out to him that he had done a devilish thing; but in the end she had to give it up, for it became clear to her that he was trying as hard as he could to see her point of view but couldn''t, simply because it wasn''t in him. She began to realise slowly and reluctantly that it was no good for her to appeal to something that didn''t exist. The boy had been born with a body a little above the normal, and a mind a little below the average, but nature had cruelly denied him the possession of a soul, and neither her prayers nor her devotion could give him what he congenitally lacked. She wondered whether the isolation of his life at Overton had anything to do with it, whether contact with other children of his own age would reduce him to the normal. She took the risk, and sent him at the age of twelve, to a preparatory school in Cheltenham. Before the first term was half over they sent for her and asked her to remove him. The head master confessed that the case was beyond him. On the surface the boy...
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Patty's Success

Product : Patty's Success
Category : Books>Health and Well Being
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Description : Excerpt: ...laughed when she declared this, and said: Nothing in the world but suggestion. You think a Japanese crystal ought to make you feel supernatural, and so you imagine it does. But it doesn''t any such nonsense. Now, I''ll tell you why I like them. Only because they''re so flawlessly perfect. In shape, colour, texture,
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As We Sweep Through The Deep

Product : As We Sweep Through The Deep
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Description : Excerpt: ... Tonneraire were absolutely astounded at the kind treatment they experienced under good M?Hearty and his assistants. The surgeon himself looked in face
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Church Cooperation In Community Life

Product : Church Cooperation In Community Life
Category : Books>Religion and Spirituality
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Description : Excerpt: ...plumbing, and other features can best be learned by consultation with a trained architect. Care should be taken to see that the recreation room is sufficiently large to carry on the simpler games, such as basketball, when the community so desires. The limits recommended are fourteen feet high by forty feet wide by sixty feet long. Many communities, however, are getting along with rooms considerably shorter and narrower than this. The ceiling should be supported by steel beams instead of posts. In most sections of the country it is recommended that recreation rooms be erected on the same level as the church instead of in the basement, as has been the practice. Pg 90 In many sections of the country there is a distinct objection to having the community service features and the house of worship under the same roof. It is thought that the light-heartedness of play time tends to lessen the sacredness of the house of worship and to lessen respect for religious service. While this attitude is largely a matter of custom, and while people who have caught the vision of God can worship him any place, it is believed that wherever possible consideration should be given to this sentiment and the community service features of the church should be housed in a separate building located adjacent to the church or attached to it by some smaller club room. The two should not be located in widely separate parts of the village, as the connection between the two may be lost and the service of the church to the community in this way not recognized. Both house of worship and community or parish house should be located near the center of the village. In villages where there is room for several houses of worship the question of community service is much more difficult. The Young Men''s Christian Associations and the Pg 91 Young Women''s Christian Associations have made partial provision in some communities on an interdenominational basis. But in the ordinary small town there is...
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Elizabeth Hobart At Exeter Hall

Product : Elizabeth Hobart At Exeter Hall
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Description : Excerpt: ...paused with uplifted pencil in her hand. For the most part, Dr. Kitchell was feared. Few would have dared oppose him. 195 And why not, may I ask? Because I will not stay and take an examination where we are treated as though we were criminals. Having a watch set upon us is an insult to every honest student in the class. Until I have proved myself to be either a liar or a thief, I insist upon being treated with respect. That is why I will not stay to take an examination under police supervision. Dr. Kitchell was a big man. Elizabeth looked so childish and little as she stood before him that he could not suppress a smile. He rather admired the spunky little lady who dared to express her opinion so freely. Yet discipline must be maintained. You will report to Dr. Morgan, he replied. I certainly shall, was the rejoinder, as she quitted the room. In this whirl of indignation and hurt pride, she entered her room and found Mary there. I was coming for you, Elizabeth, she said. Here''s a telegram for you. She 196 held out the yellow envelope. I hope there is nothing serious the matter. Elizabeth tore it open before Mary finished speaking, and read it quickly. It''s from father, she said. I do not understand it. She handed the paper to Mary. You know I was to start for home Saturday morning. Mary read it aloud: Do not start home. Letter follows. Every one well. Business reason for waiting. Nothing to worry about in that. My father has often sent me just such word. Perhaps business calls him away. You see he says every one is well. And he would not say that unless it were absolutely true, said Elizabeth with conviction. You''ll have the letter by to-morrow''s mail. It''s something pleasant, depend upon it. I hope so. She sank...
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Life And Sport In China

Product : Life And Sport In China
Category : Books>History
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Description : Excerpt: ...a row, with consequent sore heads and interviews with the dean next morning. A bump supper is an orgy never to be forgotten. A jamboree is a very analogous function. Where and what the word comes from I do not know, but its meaning in the Far East is universally understood to be a bachelor entertainment consisting of an enormous dinner with plenty of wine, tales, songs and general hilarity, occasionally verging on riotousness with breakage of household furniture and other effects. As I glance back over the past fifteen years such 120 wild nights stand out like beacons in pleasing relief from the many respectable gatherings, be it in Church or Society, at which I have had the honour of assisting, but which have left no impressions sufficiently vivid to class them with treasured souvenirs or even provoke a smile. Some years since there visited Hankow a personage of exalted rank, who, being a near kinsman of one of the most powerful of Europe''s present rulers, was received with patriotic enthusiasm by the large colony of his nationals domiciled there, and with every mark of respect by all other members of the cosmopolitan community. His arrival in one of the fine Chinese river-boats was signalised by what might have been a fatal catastrophe but for the skilful man
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A Sheaf Of Corn

Product : A Sheaf Of Corn
Category : Books>Fiction and Literature
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Description : Excerpt: ...standing above her reasoned that if a word of reproof or advice was to be given there was not much time to lose. Often, from open door to open door (for the pair inhabited a double dwelling), often, across the garden fence, she had called aloud her opinion of her neighbour''s goings on; she would seize the opportunity to give it once again. And why ain''t yer Dora like a labourer''s gal, then? she demanded, shrilly accusing. Oh, Mis'' Green! Don''t yu, a-layin'' there o'' your deathbed, know right well the why and the wherefore? Ha''n''t yu borrered right and left, ha''n''t you got inter debt high and low, to put a hape o'' finery on yer mawther''s back? Ha''n''t yu moiled yerself, an'' yu a dyin'' woman, over her hid o'' hair? Put her i'' my Gladus''s clo''es, an'' see what yer Dora ''ud look like. Har, wi'' her coloured shues, an'' all! They was giv'' her, the dying woman faintly protested. Her Uncle Willum sent them brown uns along of her brown hat wi'' th'' welwet bow. Now, ain''t yu a-lyin'', Mis'' Green, as yu lay there o'' yer deathbed? Them tales may ha'' flung dust i'' th'' eyes o'' yer old man, them i'' my hid is too sharp for no sech a story. Di''n''t I see th'' name o'' ''Bunn o'' Wotton'' on th'' bag th'' hat come out of? An'' don''t yer brother Willum live i'' London, and ha''n''t he got seven of''s own to look arter? Ter think as I sh''d come ter pass ter say sich wards, an'' yu a-layin'' there a-dyin''! Ain''t yer ashamed o'' yerself, Mis'' Green. I''m a-askin'' of yer th'' question; ain''t yer ashamed o'' yerself? No, an'' ain''t, said Mrs Green, feebly whispering. Beneath the flickering, bruised-looking lids, tears slowly oozed. The neighbour felt for a pocket-handkerchief under the pillow, and wiped them away. Fact o'' th'' matter, Mis'' Green, she inflexibly pursued her subject, yu ha'' made a raglar idle o'' that gal; yu ha'' put a sight o'' finery on ''er back, an'' stuffed ''er hid wi'' notions; an'' wha''s a-goin ter become on...
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The Convert

Product : The Convert
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Description : Excerpt: ...like that. On the whole the police behave well. But their power is immense and almost entirely unchecked. It''s a marvel they are as decent as they are. How should they be expected to know how to treat women? What example do they have? Don''t they hear constantly in the courts how little it costs a man to be convicted of beating his own wife?'' She fired the questions at the innocent person on the sofa, as if she held her directly responsible for the need to ask them. ''Stealing is far more dangerous; yes, even if a man''s starving. That''s because bread is often dear and women are always cheap.'' She waited a moment, waited for the other to contradict or at least resent the dictum. The motionless figure among the sofa cushions, whose very look and air seemed to proclaim ''some of us are expensive enough,'' hardly opened her lips to say, as if to herself
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Myths And Marvels Of Astronomy

Product : Myths And Marvels Of Astronomy
Category : Books>Science and Nature
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Description : Excerpt: ...the hoop will before long be made to rotate eccentrically, and eventually be brought into destructive collision with the central planet. It was here that Laplace left the problem. Nothing could have been more unsatisfactory than his result, though it was accepted for nearly half a century unquestioned. He had shown that a weighted fine hoop may possibly turn around a central attracting mass without destructive changes of position, but he had not proved more than the bare possibility of this, while nothing in the appearance of Saturn''s rings suggests that any such arrangement exists. Again, manifestly a multitude of narrow hoops, so combined as to form a broad flat system of rings, would be constantly in collision inter se. Besides, each one of them would be subjected to destructive strains. For though a fine uniform hoop set rotating at a proper rate around an attracting mass at its centre would be freed from all strains, the case is very different with a hoop so weighted as to have its centre of gravity greatly displaced. Laplace had saved the theoretical stability of the motions of a fine ring at the expense of the ring''s power of resisting the strains to which it would be exposed. It seems incredible that such a result (expressed, too, very doubtingly by the distinguished mathematician who had obtained it) should have been accepted so long almost without question. There is nothing in nature in the remotest degree resembling the arrangement imagined by Laplace, which indeed appears on
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If You Don't Write Fiction

Product : If You Don't Write Fiction
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Description : Excerpt: ...Kansas City Star. An account of the Kansas Amish, a sect something like the Tolstoys, for Kansas City, St. Louis and New York newspapers. Short Sunday specials about a $40,000 hospital and a thoroughly modern Kansas farm house for Kansas City and St. Louis Sunday sections. The profits of these excursions were not always immediate, and until after I had worked many weeks at the trade there were periods of Pg 41 serious financial embarrassment. To cite profitable trips too early is to get ahead of my story, but the time is none the less propitious to remark that a country town or a small city certainly is as good a place for the free lance to operate (once he knows a story when he sees it) as is New York or Chicago, Boston, New Orleans or San Francisco. I often wonder if I would not have been better off financially if I had kept on working from a Kansas City headquarters instead of emigrating to the East. I might have gone on this way for a long time, in contentment, for my profits were steadily mounting and my markets extending. But one day my wanderings extended as far as Chicago, and there I ran across an old friend of student days. He had been the cartoonist of the college magazine when I was its editor. He wore, drooping from one corner of his face, a rah-rah bulldog pipe; an enormous portfolio full of enormities of drawing was under one arm, and, dangling at the end of the other, was one of the tiniest satchels that ever concealed a nightgown. In answer to questions about what he was doing with himself, he confessed that he was not making out any better than most other newly graduated students of art. I argued that if Chicago did not treat him considerately, he ought Pg 42 to head for New York, where real genius, more than likely, would be more quickly appreciated. Also, if this was to his liking, I would invite myself to go along with him. We went. Now sing, O Muse, the slaughter! Pg 43 CHAPTER VI IN NEW YORK''S FLEET STREET The...
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Lives Of The Most Eminent Painters Sculptors And Architects (of 10), Filarete And Simone To Mantegna Volume 03

Product : Lives Of The Most Eminent Painters Sculptors And Architects (of 10), Filarete And Simone To Mantegna Volume 03
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Description : Excerpt: ...praised by all craftsmen. Finally, attempting one day to move certain stones, and not having the needful assistance at hand, Mino fatigued himself so greatly that he was seized by pleurisy and died of it; and he was honourably buried by his friends and relatives in the Canon''s house at Fiesole in the year 1486. The portrait of Mino is in our book of drawings, but I do not know by whose hand; it was given to me together with some drawings made with blacklead by Mino himself, which have no little beauty. Pg 158 Pg 159 Pg 160 Pg 161 LORENZO COSTA LIFE OF LORENZO COSTA PAINTER OF FERRARA Although men have ever practised the arts of design more in Tuscany than in any other province of Italy, and perhaps of Europe, yet it is none the less true that in every age there has arisen in the other provinces some genius who has proved himself rare and excellent in the same professions, as has been shown up to the present in many of the Lives, and will be demonstrated even more in those that are to follow. It is true, indeed, that where there are no studies, and where men are not disposed by custom to learn, they are not able to advance so rapidly or to become so excellent as they do in those places where craftsmen are for ever practising and studying in competition. But as soon as one or two make a beginning, it seems always to come to pass that many others
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The Temple Of Nature

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Description : Excerpt: ...of their vitreous and resinous ingredients. Thus also, though where the accumulated electricities are dense, as in charging a coated glass-jar, the glass, which intervenes, may be of considerable thickness, and may still become charged by the stronger attraction of the secondary electric ethers; but where the spontaneous adhesive electric atmospheres are employed to charge plates of air, as in the Galvanic pile, or probably to charge thin animal membranes or cuticles, as perhaps in the shock given by the torpedo or gymnotus, it seems necessary that the intervening nonconducting plate must be extremely thin, that it may become charged by the weaker attraction of these small quantities or difference of the spontaneous electric atmospheres; and in this circumstance only, I suppose, the shocks from the Galvanic pile, and from the torpedo and gymnotus, differ from those of the coated jar. 3. When atmospheres of electricity, which do not differ much in the quantity or proportion of their vitreous and resinous ethers, approach each other, they are not easily or rapidly united; but the predominant vitreous or resinous ether of one of them repels the similar ether of the opposed atmosphere, and attracts the contrary kind of ether. The slowness or difficulty with, which atmospheres, which differ but little in kind or in density, unite with each other, appears not only from the experiment of Mr. Canton above related, but also from the repeated smaller shocks, which may be taken from a charged coated jar after the first or principal discharge, if the conducting medium has not been quickly removed, as is also mentioned above. (p. 065) Hence those atmospheres of either kind of electric matter, which differ but very little from each other in kind or quantity, require the most perfect conductors to cause them to unite. Thus it appears by Mr. Bennet''s doubler, as mentioned in the Preliminary Proposition, No. VI. that the natural adhesive atmosphere round silver...
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The Copper Princess

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Description : Excerpt: ...the three men, moved by a common impulse, turned and fled through the darkness, stumbling and falling, clutched at by invisible fingers as they ran, and uttering inarticulate cries of terror. At that same moment their victim was lying on a ledge of rock deep down in the ground beneath them, still alive, but numbed almost into unconsciousness by the hopeless horror of his situation. In the first agony of falling he had instinctively exerted a strength of which he would have been incapable under other circumstances, and burst asunder the bonds confining his arms. He believed that in a moment he would be dashed into eternity, and yet a medley of incongruous and commonplace thoughts darted through his mind with inconceivable rapidity. Innumerable scenes of his past life glanced before him, but more distinct than any, sharp and clear as though revealed by a flash of lightning, shone the wonderful eyes that had appeared to him from the red-stained cliffs overlooking the great lake. And, strangest of all, the face seemed to smile at him with a promise of hope. In another instant all the pictures were blotted Pg 120 out, and his whole world was gulfed by a rush of water in which he sank to fathomless depths. After an endless space of time he began slowly to rise, until at length, to his infinite amazement, he found himself still alive and gasping for a breath of the blessed air into which he had once more emerged. Although his ankles were still bound, his arms were free, and, with the instinct of self-preservation strong within him, he began, awkwardly and feebly, to swim. Dazed, fettered, and weighted by clothing as he was, his utmost efforts would not have carried him more than a few feet, and then he must have sunk forever in that black flood. But the strength given him was sufficient, and ere it was exhausted his hands struck a shelf of rock upon which he finally managed to drag himself. On the flinty platform that he thus gained he lay weakly...
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When Life Was Young

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Description : Excerpt: ...It is remarkable how many wood-chucks will not only get a living, but wax fat on an old farm where the farmer himself has difficulty in making year''s ends meet. Addison estimated that at one time there were seventy wood-chucks on the Old Squire''s homestead, all prosperous and laying by something, metaphorically speaking, for a rainy day. Despite all the evil that is said of the wood-chuck, too, he does in reality a much smaller amount of damage to man than one would imagine from the outcry against him. Occasionally, it is true, a chuck will begin nibbling at early pease, or beans, and do real, measurable harm, but the injury which he inflicts on the farmer in the hay-fields is generally much exaggerated. In the south field that year, there were two acres of red clover, where not less than seven Pg 211 or eight wood-chucks dug new holes and threw out mounds of yellow earth, which in some places crushed down the crop. Then, too, in feeding and running about, they trampled on plats of the thick clover, particularly where it had lodged from its own rank growth. There were, in all, five or six square rods of the grass which it was not deemed worth while to attempt to mow at all, and the loss of which was due in part, but not wholly, to the wood-chucks. The hired men scolded about it, and Gramp himself, who had a farmer''s natural aversion to wood-chucks, fretted over it. We boys, too, magnified the damage and discussed ingenious plans for exterminating them. But after all, I do not believe that we really got two hundred weight of hay less in the field, in consequence of wood-chucks; and certainly the clover as it stood was not worth sixty cents a hundred. A dollar and twenty cents would probably have made good the entire loss; and I suspect that one-half of the damage from trampling on the clover was done by us boys, in pursuit of the chucks, rather than by the chucks themselves. At least, I still remember running through the grass in a very reckless...
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Montezuma's Castle And Other Weird Tales

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Description : Excerpt: ...picked up a large rock and ran at the dog; the animal yelped slightly and started for camp. Judson increased his pace and the dog circled out into the desert. ''Curse you, cried Judson, I''ll kill you yet. Several times he threw stones at the animal, and twice he fell, bruising himself among the loose rocks. At last he sat down. ''What is the matter with you, shouted Stevens. What are you running about and shouting in that way for? ''That confounded dog of mine, answered Judson unthinkingly. ''Nonsense, man, there isn''t any dog. ''Judson walked slowly back to camp followed closely by the dog. The men looked at him strangely. That night when he went Pg 122 to sleep the brute came and lay down beside him. A horrid fear took possession of him and he pushed the thing away, but it immediately crawled back again. At last he arose and spent the rest of the night walking up and down the desert, the dog following close at his heels. ''When they arrived in Phonix the doctor advised Judson to go to a quiet place and rest, and gave him an opiate.'' ''Why don''t he go back and get the gold?'' asked the Eastern man. ''Because as I have told you whenever he starts to go back the dog meets him on the desert, and he is only free from it when he stays in Phonix. He says the dog is his old partner, and will never let him go back there again. That is why he is willing to sell his secret.'' ''But how do you know if we pay him this money,'' asked the Eastern man, ''that we can find the gold?'' Pg 123 ''Why, his map and directions together with the photographs ought to make it sure. Anyway, I am putting up $250 of my money with your $350, and run as much risk as you do; besides, you never would have known about it if it hadn''t been for me.'' ''Won''t he take less than $600?'' asked the Eastern man. ''Not a cent; I have tried him too often. If I had $600 of my own I never would ask any one to go in with me. It''s a snap.'' We found Judson seated in a big...
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The Early Diary of Frances Burney, 1768-1778 (Volume 1)

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1907. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... dinner, we hurried up-stairs, and made all possible expedition in getting our parts, resolving not to act till after supper. While we were studdying ourselves with great diligence, Miss Barsanti ran upstairs, and told us that Mr. Crisp had informed all the company of our intention, and that they were very eager for our performance, and declared they would never forgive us, if we disappointed them. This flurried me violently, insomuch that my memory failed me, and I forgot my old part, without seeming to learn my new one. I can, in general, get by heart with the utmost facility; but I was really so much fidgetted, that my head seemed to turn round, and I scarse knew what I was about. They, too, were flurried; but my excessive worry seemed to lessen their''s. I must own it was quite ridiculous; but I could not command myself, [and would fain have been off . . . .; but] my repentance came too late. We three retired after supper, and I could not forbear being highly diverted at seeing Allen dress herself in Mr. Featherstone''s cloths. They fitted her horribly; the back preposterously broad; the sleeves too wide; the cuffs hiding all her hand; yet the coat hardly long enough; neither was the wig large enough to hide her hair; and, in short, she appeared the most dapper, ill-shaped, ridiculous figure I ever saw; yet her face looked remarkably well My repentance every moment encreased; but in vain; they insisted upon no further delay; and accordingly we descended As we came down, the servants were all in the hall; and the first object that struck us, was Mr. Featherstone''s man, staring in speechless astonishment at the [young] figure in his [old] master''s clothes. Unfortunately for me, I was to appear first, and alone. I was pushed on; they clapped violently. I was fool ...
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The Gospel According to St Matthew (Volume 33)

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1893. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 28 THE HOLY LAND. Palatine (Philistia) or the Holy Land was about 140 miles in length. The distance from Dan to Beersheba was less than that between London and Manchester; the distance from Capernaum to Jerusalem was nearly the same as that from Rugby to London. The average breadth was 40 miles. The political divisions are indicated as they existed during our Lord''s ministry. At the date of His birth all the districts included in this map were comprised in the Kingdom of Herod the Great. After Herod''s death, Archelaus ruled over Samaria and Judaea. When Archelaus was banished these divisions were placed under the rule of a Roman Procurator. Mount Hermon, called also Sirion (the Glitterer), and Shenir (Deut. iii. 9), and Sion (Deut. iv. 48), ch. xvii. 1. Casarea Philippi, ch. xvi. 13. Syro-Phoenicia or Canaan, ch. xv. M and Mark vii. 26. Nazareth, ch. ii. 23. Mount Tabor, the traditional scene of the Transfiguration; at this time its summit was probably occupied by a fortress. Ch. xvii. 1. Gerasa, not mentioned in this gospel; see ch. viii. 28, and cp. Mark v. 1, where one reading is Gerasenes, inhabitants of a different Gerasa or Gergesa. Ephraim, the supposed site of the Ephraim mentioned John xi. 54, to which Jesus retired shortly before his last Passover. Ramah, ch. ii. 18. Arimathaa, ch. xxvii. 57. Jericho, ch. xx. 29. Bcthphage, ch. xxi. 1. Bethany, ch. xxi. 17, xxvi. 6. Bethlehem, ch. ii. 1. Machcerus, the scene of John Baptist''s imprisonment and death, ch. iv. it and xiv. 10. ST MATTHEW. i--17. The Lineage of the King. The Genealogy. The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of 1 David, the son of Abraham. Abraham begat Isaac; 2 and Isaac begat Jacob; and Jacob begat Judas and his brethren; and Judas begat Phares and Zara of Thamar;3 and Phares ...
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An Inquiry Into the Origin and Early History of Engraving (Volume 2); Upon Copper and in Wood, With an Account of Engravers and Th

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1816. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER VIII. Some account of the principal Engravers of Germany and the Low Countries, and their Works, from the earliest period until the time of Albert Durer and-Lucas van Leyden. Wood Engraving brought to perfection by the talents of Albert Durer, Hans Burgmair, and Holbein. IN the course of our inquiries concerning the origin and establishment of Chalcography in Italy, we have found ourselves more than once called upon to animadvert upon the mistatements as well as the arguments by which Mr. Bartsch seeks to deprive that country of the honours due to her as inventress of the art in question; or at least to force her to an unworthy compromise of her pretensions. . We have now to perform the more grateful task of expressing our obligations to the same writer for much novel and important information, which he has given us relative to the early engravers of Germany and the Low Countries; and to congratulate him on the ability wherewith, in treating of those schools, he has separated the sterling of facts from the dross and deceitful glitter of false testimony and fanciful conjecture. This part of Mr. Bartsch''s. De Murr, ('' Beytrsige zu der Geschichte mentions eleven engravings representing ''the der altesten Kupferstiche. p. 12,) upon the Passion of Christ,'' bearing date 1440. authority of a catalogue of prints and draw-Bartsch observes that it is doubtful, from ings written in 1618 by one Paul Behaim, Behaim''s description of these pieces, whether publication is indeed, on the whole, so unexceptionable, that we have little left to perform in the present chapter, save to present the reader with an epitome of the sixth, and part of the seventh volumes of the '' Peintre Graveur,'' accompanied by such brief remarks as the subject may occasionally suggest, and the add...
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Cooper's Sea Tales (Volume 9)

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Description : Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1857. Excerpt: ... She might be quick at need, but she did not promise aa much by her present rate of moving. Still, she was a noble-looking craft, and, as Mulford descended to the deck again, he almost regretted he did not belong to her; or, at least, to anything but the Molly Swash. Two hours produced a sensible change in and arouno that brigantine. Her people had all come back to duty, and what was very remarkable among seafaring folk, sober to a man. But, as has been said, Spike was a temperance man, as respects all under his orders at least, if not strictly so in practice himself. The crew of the Swash was large for a half-rigged brig of only two hundred tons, but, as her spara were very square, and all her gear as well as her mould 6eemed constructed for speed, it was probable more hands than common were necessary to work her with facility and expedition. After all, there were not many persons to be enumerated among the people of the Molly Swash, as they called themselves; not more than a dozen, including those aft, as well as those forward. A peculiar feature of this crew, however, was the circumstance that they were all middle-aged men, with the exception of the mate, and all thorough-bred sea-dogs. Even Josh, the cabin-boy, as he was called, was an old, wrinkled, gray-headed negro, of near sixty. If the crew wanted a little in the elasticity of youth, it possessed the steadiness and experience of their time of life, every man appearing to know exactly what to do, and when to do it. This, indeed, composed their great merit; an advantage that Spike well knew how to appreciate. The stores had been brought alongside of the brig in a cart, and were already stowed in their places. Josh had brushed and swept, until the ladies'' cabin could be made no neater. This ladies'' cabin was a small apartment...
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The Consolidated Laws of the State of New York (Volume 4); Prepared Pursuant to Laws 1904, Chapter 664, by the Board of Statutory

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Description : Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1909. Excerpt: ... *PUBLIC SERVICE COHHISSIONS LAW L. 1907, Chap. 429. AN ACT to establish the public service commissions and prescribing their powers and duties, and to provide for the regulation and control of certain public service corporations and making an appropriation therefor. (In effect July 1, 1907.) Article 1. Public service commissions; general provisions (SSSS 123). 2. Provisions relating to railroads, street railroads and common carriers (SSSS 25-40). 3. Provisions relating to the powers of the commissions in respect to railroads, street railroads and common carriers (SSSS 45-60). 4. Provisions relating to gas and electric corporations; regulation of price of gas and electricity (SSSS 6577). 5. Commissions and offices abolished; saving clause; repeal (SSSS 80-89). ARTICLE 1 Public Service Commissions; General Provisions Section 1. Short title. 2. Definitions. 3. Public service districts. 4. Commissions established; appointment; removal; terms of office. 5. Jurisdiction of commissions. 6. Counsel to the commissions. 7. Secretary to the commissions. 8. Additional officers and employees. 9. Oath of office; eligibility of commissioners and officers. * A proposed Public Service Commissions Law was reported to the Legislature and passed, but was not signed by the Governor. Section 10. Offices of commissions; meetings; official seal; stationery. 11. Quorum; powers of a commissioner. 12. Counsel to the commissions; duties. 13. Salaries and expenses. 14. Payment of salaries and expenses. 15. Certain acts prohibited. 16. Annual report of commissions. 17. Certified copies of papers filed to be evidence. 18. Fees to be charged and collected by the commissions 19. Attendance of witnesses and their fees. 20. Practice before the commissions; immunity of wit nesse...
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The History of England, From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Death O F George the Second (Volume 13); In Sixteen Volumes, Wit

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1824. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER III. The Russian* take Oczakow.... Death of Gaston de Medici*, Duke of Tuicaay ... Death of Caroline, Queen Consort of England Dispute in Parliament about the Standing Army... .Spanish Depredations... Motives of the Minister for avoiding a War.... Address to the Kino; on the Subject of the Depredations.... Bill for securing the Trade of his Majesty''s Subjects in America.... Debates in the House of Lords.... Birth of Prince George... Admiral Haddock sails with a Squadron to the Mediterranean.... Progress of the War against the Turks.... Dispute and Rupture between Hanorer and Denmark.... Sir Robert Walpolc extols the Convention in (he House of Commons.... Motion for an Address, that the Representation*, Letters, sec. relating to the Spanish Depredations should belaid before the House.... Petitions against the Convention Substance of that Agreement....Debate in tbe House of Commons on the Convention. . .. Secession of the chief Members in the Opposition... .Debate in the House of Lords upon an Address to his Majesty touching the Convention. . , , Message from the Throne touching a Subsidy to Denmark, and a Power to augment the Forces of the Kingdom. -- Parliament prorogued Tbe King of Spain publishes . Manifesto.. ,. The Emperor and Czarina conclude a Peace with the Turks..., Preparations for War in England... .Apology in the House of Commons for the seceding Members... .Pension Bill revived, and lost.... Porto Bello taken by Admiral Vernon.... Hard Frost.... Marriage of the Princess Mary to the Prince of Hesse.... Strong Armament sent to the West Indies.... Death of the Emperor and Czarina.. .. Proceedings in Parliament-. -.Seamen''s Rill.. .. Discontents against the Ministry.... Motion for removing Sir Robert Walpola from his Majesty''s Councils and ...
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The Novels And Stories Of Richard Harding Davis (volume 3); The Exiles, And Other Stories

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916. Excerpt: ... GALLEGHER A NEWSPAPER STORY We had had so many office-boys before Gallegher came among us that they had begun to lose the characteristics of individuals, and became merged in a composite photograph of small boys, to whom we applied the generic title of Here, you; or You, boy. We had had sleepy boys, and lazy boys, and bright, smart boys, who became so familiar on so short an acquaintance that we were forced to part with them to save our own self-respect. They generally graduated into district-messenger boys, and occasionally returned to us in blue coats with nickel-plated buttons, and patronized us. But Gallegher was something different from anything we had experienced before. Gallegher was short and broad in build, with a solid, muscular broadness, and not a fat and dumpy shortness. He wore perpetually on his face a happy and knowing smile, as if you and the world in general were not impressing him as seriously as you thought you were, and his eyes, which were very black and very bright, snapped intelligently at you like those of a little black-and-tan terrier. AH Gallegher knew had been learnt on the streets; not a very good school in itself, but one that turns out very knowing scholars. And Gallegher had attended both morning and evening sessions. He could not tell you who the Pilgrim Fathers were, nor could he name the thirteen original States, but he knew all the officers of the twenty-second police district by name, and he could distinguish the clang of a fire-engine''s gong from that of a patrol-wagon or an ambulance fully two blocks distant. It was Gallegher who rang the alarm when the Woolwich Mills caught fire, while the officer on the beat was asleep, and it was Gallegher who led the Black Diamonds against the Wharf Rats, when they used...
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The Age of Johnson (1748-1798)

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1900. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... INDEX. Initials and dates are given in the case of a number of cighteenth-century writers but cursorily alluded to in the text. Absolute, Sir Anthony, 176, 215. Account of London, 103. Acta Sanctorum, 153. Acton, Lord, 13. Actor, The, 236. Atlam, Robert, 104. Adams, Dr., 7. Adams, Jean, 292. Adams, Parson, 166, 208, 261. Ad Bellendenum, 106 Addison, xvii, 8, 155, 200, 208, 237, 258. Address to the Unco'' Guid, 298. Adjudged Case, The, 268. Admiral Hosier''s Ghost, 235, 239. Adventurers, The, 8, 27. A e Fond Kiss, 300..Kschylus, 32. Age of Pope, 228. Age of Reason, 116. Age of Wordsworth, 84. Agreeable Surprise, An, 213. Akenside, 173. See The Age of Pope. Aikin, 99, 100. Albery, James, 214. Alchemist, The, 200. Aleman, Mateo (d. 1610), 154. Alfred, 224. Almon, John, 80, 81. Amelia, 169, 170. Ammianus Marcellinus, 139. Amiel, H. F.'' (his Journal In-time cited), 245. Amory, Thomas, 190. Analogy, Butler''s, 111. Anatomy of Melancholy, 181. Ancient and Modern Scottish Songs, 285. Andersen, Hans, 267. Anecdotes of Painting in Eng-land, 50, 277. Anecdotes of the late Dr. Johnson during the last twenty years of his life (ed. Hester Thrale Piozzi, 1786), 56, 63. i Animated Nature, 23. Angellier, Professor, xxxvii, 311. Annet, Peter, 112. An Html Register, The, 69, 89.! Annals of Scotland, 151. Annus Mirabilis, 251. I Anson, Lord, 270. Anselm, 110. Anstey, Christopher, 175,232-233. Anti-Jacobin, The, 234-235, 244. Antiquities of Athens, 34, Antiquities of Scotland, 35. Apology, An, 228. Apology for the Bible, in a Series of Letters, 116. Apologia, Newman''s, 142. Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, 74. Apthorpe, Dr., 143. Aquinas, Thomas, 110. Arbuthnot, Dr. John (d. 1735), 32, 85, 181. A rguments demonstrating the Let-ters (ofJunius) to be by J. L. de Lolme, 80. Arian, 14...
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The Anatomy of Melancholy (Volume 3); What It Is, With All the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics and Several Cures of It

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Description : Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1886. Excerpt: ... the Lord hath given the tongue of the learned, to be able to minister a word to him that ia weary,1 whose words are as flagons of wine. Let him not be obstinate, headstrong, peevish, wilful, self-conceited (as in this malady they are), but give ear to good advice, be ruled and persuaded; and no doubt but such good counsel may prove as prosperous to his soul, as the angel was to Peter, that opened the iron gates, loosed his bands, brought him out of prison, and delivered him from bodily thraldom; they may ease his afflicted mind, relieve his wounded soul, and take him out of the jaws of hell itself. I can say no more, or give better advice to such as are any way distressed in this kind, than what I have given and said. Only take this for a corollary and conclusion, as thou tenderest thine own welfare in this and all other melancholy, thy good health of body and mind, observe this short precept, give not way to solitariness and idleness. Be not solitary, be not idle. SPERATE, MISERI--UNHAPPY, HOPE. CAVETE, FELICES--HAPPY, BE CAUTIOUS. Vis a duhio liberari? vis quod incerlum est evadere t Age pcenitentiam dum sanus es; sic agens, dico tibi quod securus es, quod pcenitentiam egisti eo tempore quo peccare potuisti. Austin. Do you wish to be freed from doubts? do you desire to escape uncertainty? Be penitent whilst rational; by so doing I assert that you are safe, because you have devoted that time to penitence in which you might have been guilty of sin. INDEX. Abhesck a cure of love-melancho- ly, iii. 206. Absence over long, cause of jeal- ousy, iii. 298. Abstinence commended, ii. 118. Academicorum Errata, i. 422, 428. Adversity, why better than prosper- ity, ii. 801. Aerial devils, i. 239. Affection in melancholy, what, i. 226. Affections, whence they arise, i. 214; how they transfo...
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The Anti-slavery Papers Of James Russell Lowell Volume 2

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ... THE ROMAN REPUBLIC Two years ago Pius IXth was the most popular man in the world. Even the thrifty descendants of Puritan ancestors paid their quarter-dollars for a sight of his portrait. It was believed that, as former great pontiffs had extended the spiritual dominion of the Papacy by the arrogance of their claims and the astuteness of their priestly Diplomacy, so he was to render that ill-gotten ascendency permanent by the policy of renunciation. Like the tradesman who threw Fox''s promises to pay into the fire, he seemed inclined to elevate into debts of honor a portion of those hereditary dues whose liquidation appeared otherwise doubtful. His career was watched anxiously by all Christendom. Particularly nervous was that large class of Protestants who continue to do nothing but protest, though the day has long since gone by when they should have begun to assert. Their sole vocation had been to expose the errors and denounce the encroachments of Popery. As long as the Pope pushed one way and they the other, they were sure of support, but, if the opposing object were suddenly withdrawn, what was to hinder their falling flat upon their faces? Moreover, if the Pope of Rome were overthrown, the claims of Protestant popelets who domineer in single parishes might be too closely scrutinized. In spite of all that has since happened, we believe that Pius IXth was sincere in his desire for reform. But it was a hard thing to be at the same time a Luther and a Pope, still harder to weld together spiritual and temporal sovereignty. Even as head of the Church his freedom was sufficiently circumscribed, but as temporal prince he could scarcely make a move without being checked by the woodenest pieces on the chess-board of Europe. He found himself a...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson (Volume 5)

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1813. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... of persons accused shall be Tandy if given before sentence BOOS III. was pronounced against them; that all privileges which---jsjgT the nobles have at any time obtained, to the prejudice of the commons, shall be revoked; that the government of cities or towns shall not be put into the hands of noble men; that the possessions of the nobility shall be subject to all public taxes, in the same manner as those of the commons; that an inquiry be made into the conduct of such as have been entrusted with the management of the royal patrimony since the accession of Ferdinand; and if the king do not, within thirty days, appoint persons properly qualified for that service, it shall be lawful for the cortes to nominate them; that indulgences shall not be preached or dispersed in the kingdom until the cause of publishing them be examined and approved of by the cortes; that all the money arising from the sale of indulgences shall be faithfully employed in carrying on war against the infidels; that such prelates as do not reside in their dioceses six months in the year, shall forfeit their revenues during the time they are absent; that the ecclesiastical judges and their officers shall not exact greater fees than those which are paid in the secular courts; that the present archbishop of Toledo, being a foreigner, be compelled to resign that dignity, which shall be conferred upon a Castilian; that the king shall ratify, and hold as good service done to him and to the kingdom, all the proceedings of the junta, and pardon any irregularities which the cities may have committed from an excess of zeal in a good cause; that he shall promise and swear, in the most solemn manner, to observe all these articles, and on no occasion attempt either to elude or to repeal them; and that he s...
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The History and Government of the United States (Volume 4)

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench (Volume 1854-1855); And the Court of Exchequer

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1860. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... EMIGRATION. Emigration officer. His discretion to withhold his certificate from ship, 620. Action, II. ENDORSEMENT. Of bill of lading, 219. Bill Of Lading, II. 1. ENEMY. See War. EQUITABLE LIEN. See page 543. Assurance, I. 1. ERROR. I. On judgment on special case. Enactment not retrospective. The Common Law Procedure Act, 1854, s. 32, enacting that error may be brought upon a judgment upon a special case, unless the parties agree to the contrary, is prospective only, and does not apply to a judgment pronounced after tho Act came into operation upon a special case stated in pursuance of an agreement, come to at Nisi Prius, before the Act came into operation; although the case was not finally settled till after that And the Court of Exchequer Chamber, on motion, quashed proceedings in error, on this ground. Hughes v. Lumley, 358 II. On appeal against discharge of rule, 910. Appeal, VIII. 3. III. Effect of error being rendered a step in the cause. It does not give costs in error to the party reversing, 666. Costs, IV. IV. Costs in error. Costs, L V. Quashing proceedings in error. By Court of Error, 358. Ante, L VI. Practical forms. Judgment Reg. Gen. 372. VII. In criminal cases. Criminal Law. ESTATE. I. Settlement by. Poor, VI1X II. Purchase. For less than 30J., 147. Poor, VIII. 1. III. Interest of schoolmaster in school house, 88. Arbitration, VIL IV. Estate tail, 173. Devise, L V. Estate by the courtesy, 173. Devise, L VL Merger. Merger. ESTOPPEL. I. Generally. Effect as to facts necessarily involved In former decision, 780. Poor, X. 1. II. In particular instances. 1. By acting on an erroncous notice, 257. Appeal, L 1. 2. By order of removal unappcaled against, 780. Poor, X. I. EVIDENCE. I. Burthen of proof. Under highway indictment, where dedication by owner is ...
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Examen Critique de L'histoire de La Géographie Du Nouveau Continent et Des Progrès de L'astronomie

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Die Familie Suldorf; Eine Geschichte Volume 1

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1795 edition. Excerpt: ...von einem Schlosse jenseits bes Flüßchens Layon nach Chollet, einen angenehmen Seitenweg einschlug, den er, da ihm mehr daran lag, jeden Winkel des Landes kennen zu lernen, als schnell an den Ort seiner Bestimmung zu gelangen, gern verfolgte. Dieser Weg führte ihn durch ein enges Thal in eine kleine Ebene, wo er durch eine Pflanzung blühender Obstbäume auf dem schönsten Wie, senplan bis an eine kleine Gartenpforte kam, die ihm die Aussicht in eine reizende ländliche Anlage nicht benahm, hinter welcher in eini, ger Entfernung unter hohen Nußbäumen ein Kirchthurm hervorragte. Die unendliche Schön, heit des Morgens, der Gedeihen und Leben in die ganze Schöpfung hauchte, die strahlende Sonne, welche schmeichelnd mit dem West eiferte, die Thautropfen von den jungen Blüten zu küssen, das Rieseln einer nahen Quelle, alles lud L ein, sein Pferd an den nächsten Baum zu binden, und die angelehnte Pforte zu öfnen. Er wendete sich nach der Seite, wo er das Wasser gehört hatte, und gelangte bald an einen hohen dunkeln Bogen, gang von Geisblatt, bei dessen Ausgang eine Reihe Wasserröhre im Schatten von alten Akazia''s sich in ein steinernes Beken ergoß. Sein eilfertiger Gang ward aber hier durch den Anblik eines jungen Mädchens gehemmt, die neben dem Wasser stand, und eine Men, ge Kräuter und Blumen auf dem Rand des Bekens ausbreitete. War es der Zauber des Morgens, der Sara''s Liebenswürdigkeit erhöhte--denn L war in Seldorfs Garten gerathen, und sie war es, die frische Blumen zum Aufpuz für ihres Vaters Zimmer sammelte--oder machte das Roman, tische des Orts, des Augenbliks Ls Seele für jeden Eindruk von Schönheit...
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Essay de logique

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Description : Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent généralement télécharger une copie gratuite scannée du livre original (sans les coquilles) auprès de l''éditeur. Non référencé. Non illustré. 1678 edition. Extrait: ...chercher à amplifier l''image del''objfct; ce que l''on pourra faire, si l''on sçait les principes del''Optique, & les proprietés des verres spheriques convexes & concaves. On pourra trouver auíïì par les mesmes principes, les moyens d''augmenter dans l''ceil la lumiere d''un objet éloigné, ce qui servira à l''execution de ce Probleme. De mesme pour ce Probleine, mesurer la continence d''un espace superficiel deterre, on applique les principes de Geometrie sensiblement, en faiiant des angles avec des instrumens de bois ou de cuivre, en tirant des lignes droites, soit avec un cordeau ou autrement; tk ajustant les verités intellectuelles à la matiere & aux sens, le plus exactement qu''il sera poísible; on pourra satisfaire suffisamment à ce Probleme, & de mesme à l''égard de plufieurs autres. La plûpart des questions sensibles Sc naturelles, &les plus ordinaires sont, fiune chise ejl; quelle elle efl; quelles qualités elle a; qu''Iles sont ses causes ó Je s eff-ts; comm ni elle agit, & reçoit les abìion: des autres choses. Lorsque l''on demande, si une chose est, comme, C ce que nous appelions le Soleil, est une chose qui existe veritablement; les principes pourleconnoître & pour le prouver, sont la troisième demande,& le principe quarantetroisième. ''Lorsque l''on demande, si une chose est une telle íubstance, ou une telle qualité:si la question est du nom, l''on y íatisfera suivant les preceptes cy-des-. sus; si elle est de la chose, on se servira des principes 13,14 & ij. On demande quelquefois, ce qu''une chose est en elle-mesme; mais il est presque toujours impoísible...
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Mademoiselle De La Seiglière (1-3); Comédie En Quatre Actes, En Prose

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Briefe An Eine Deutsche Prinzessin Über Verschiedene Gegenstände Der Physik Und Philosophie; Auf's Neue Nach

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Description : Buchen können zahlreiche Rechtschreibfehler, fehlende Texte, Bilder, oder einen Index. Käufer können eine kostenlose gescannte Kopie des Originals (ohne Tippfehler) durch den Verlag. 1847. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: ... ''Lobrede aus Euler, von Condorcet. Leonhard Euler, Director der mathematischen Abtheilung in der Academie von St. Petersburg und früher in der von Berlin, Mitglied der königlichen Gesellschaft von London, der Academieen von Turin, Lissabon ''und Basel und auswärtiges Mitglied der Pariser Academie der Wissenschaften wurde geboren zu Basel am 15. April 1707. Seine Eltern waren Paul Euler und Margaratha Brucker. Sein Vater, der im Jahr 1708 Pfarrer im Dorfe Riechen bei Basel wurde, war sein erster Lehrer und hatte bald die Freude zu sehen, wie jene, für ein Vaterherz so süßen Hoffnungen auf die Talente und den Ruhm eines Sohnes unter seinen Augen und unter seiner Pflege keimten und erstarkten. Er hatte die Mathematik unter Jakob Bernoulli ftudirt. Man weiß, daß dieser berühmte Mann mit einem großen Genie für Wissenschaften eine tiefe Philosophie verband, die nicht immer dieses Genie begleitet, aber dazu dient, demselben mehr Umfang und Wirksamkeit zu geben; in seinen Vorträgen gab er seinen Schülern zu erkennen, daß die Mathematik nicht eine vereinzelte Wissenschaft ist, und stellte sie ihnen als die Grundlage und den Schlüssel aller menschlichen Kenntnisse, als die Wissenschaft, in welcher man den Gang des Geistes am besten beobachten kann, als die Wissenschaft, deren Pflege unsere Anlagen am meisten ausbildet, da sie dem Urtheile Stärke und Richtigkeit zugleich gibt, kurzum als ein Studium dar, das sich ebensowohl durch die Menge oder Mannigfaltigkeit seiner Anwendungen, als besonders durch den Vortheil empsiehlt, an ein folgerechtes Denken zu gewöhnen, daS später zu Erforschung von Wahrheiten jeder Art verwendet werden und uns zum Leitsterne auf dem Pfade des...
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Sur La Transmissibilite Des Caracteres Acquis; Hypothese D'une Centro-epigenese

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Recueil Historique Sur L'origine De La Vallée Du Lac-de-joux

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Les Français En Algérie; Souvenirs D'un Voyage Fait En 1841

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Memoiren Der Lola Montez (gräfin V. Landsfeld) (5)

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De J. J. Rousseau, Considéré Comme L'un Des Premiers Auteurs De La Révolution

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Der Grosse Kurfurst Friedrich Wilhelm Von Brandenburg (3)

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Description : Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Käufer können in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1903 edition. Auszug: ...Er schob also den bisher leitenden Staatsmann, den Hauptvertreter der französischen Partei, Grafen Magnus de la Gardie, in den Hintergrund und bevorzugte dessen geistvollen und tätigen Gegner, Johann Gyllenstierna, der Anhänger eines Bündnisses mit Dänemark war und solches der einseitigen Verbindung mit Frankreich und der Dienstbarkeit für dessen Eroberungspolitik vorzog. Gyllenstierna verfolgte sogar den grofsen Gedanken einer engen Union der skandinavischen Staaten, nicht durch Gewalt, die schon so oft gescheitert war, nicht durch Oberherrschaft der einen Nation über die andere, sondern durch ein enges und beständiges Bündnis, sowie durch eine Reihe gemeinsamer Institutionen. Am 26. September kam der Vertrag zu stande, der die Vermählung Karls XI. mit der dänischen Prinzessin Ulrike Eleonore, einer Schwester Christians V., festsetzte 1. Unter solchen Umständen war es für Frankreich geboten, den Gegner Schwedens, den mächtigsten Reichsfürsten, den Kurfürsten von Brandenburg, auf seine Seite zu ziehen. Man wurde in Paris gegen Ende September 1679 plötzlich freundlicher gegen Meinders, stellte ihm Subsidien in Aussicht, ja, trat mit ihm in Verhandlungen wegen des von Brandenburg gewünschten Bündnisses. Sofort erhielt von Berlin aus der Gesandte den Befehl, noch in der französischen Hauptstadt zu verbleiben und auf diese Anerbietungen einzugehen2. Allerdings, die grofsartigen Offensivpläne, die der Kurfürst mit dieser Allianz verknüpft hatte, mufste er zunächst aufgeben. Die französische Regierung, die nur die Vergröfserung des eigenen Staates beabsichtigte,...
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The Novels of Jane Austen (Volume 5); Mansfield Park

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B. V. Spinoza's Sämmtliche Werke (2); Aus Dem Lateinischen Mit Dem Leben Spinoza's

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Friedrich Schleiermacher's Sammtliche Werke (2, No. 2)

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Description : Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Käufer können in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1843 edition. Auszug: ... waren? M. g. Fr., wie wenig der einzelne Mensch irgend ein Werk aufzuzeigen vermag, welches er sich selbst ausschließend zuschreiben kann, das wissen wir wol Alle. Nicht will ich uns darauf hinführen, wie viel dabei, ob irgend etwas, was wir unternehmen, auch wirklich gelingt und sich vollendet oder nicht, auf die äußeren Umstände ankomme, wieviel dabei von demjenigen abhängt, was in der gewöhnlichen Sprache des Lebens, weil es durch menschliche Weisheit nicht berechnet werden kann, das zufällige genannt wird. Nein, nicht daran wollen wir jezt denken, m. g. Fr., sondem daran, daß alle Werke--und von welchen könnte hier die Rede sein, als von den Werken, die in Gott gethan sind?--daß alle nicht nur ein gemeinsames Gut und ein gemeinsamer Segen, sondern in der That auch gemeinsame Handlungen aller derer sind, die im Glauben an den Erlöser und in der Liebe zu ihm mit einander verbunden sind; keiner wird, wenn er sich recht besinnt, sagen können, dieß oder jenes sei sein Werk, denn nichts hat Einer allein gewirkt. Darum sind wir jeder nur ein anderes Glied an dem einen geistigen Leibe Christi, weil jeder des andern bedarf auch zu seiner eigenthümlichen Thätigkeit; und überall fühlen wir daher das Gelingen und das Gedeihen im Zusammenwirken mit unseren Brüdern. So könnte also auch von einem Lohn nur die Rede sein für die ganze Gemeinschaft der Christenheit, weil überall nur aus ihrem Zusammenwirken etwas bestehendes und lebendiges hervorgeht, und alle Werke ihr zuzuschreiben sind und nicht dem Einzelnen. Der Herr aber redet doch grade von dem Einzelnen, wenn er sagt, einem jeglichen...
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Die Feldzüge Von 1799 In Italien Und Der Schweiz (2)

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Memoirs of the Cardinal de Retz (Volume 3); Containing, the Particulars of His Own Life, With the Most Secret Transactions at the

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Les Femmes Des Tuileries (5)

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Prolegomena Zu Forschungen Über Die Einheit Des Geisteslebens

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Hermann Von Salza, Meister Des Deutschen Ordens

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Die Erneuerung Der Schlosskirche Zu Wittenberg; Eine That Evangelischen Bekenntnisses

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Die Griseldissage Auf Der Iberischen Halbinsel

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The Philosophical Principles Of Moses Asserted; And Defended From The Misrepresentations Of The Rev. Mr. David Jennings, In A Late

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1744. Excerpt: ... THE Philosophical Principles O F MOSES Asserted J and defended, &c, THE principal Reasons that have prevented the Mofaic Account of the Creation from being generally understood and admired, are chiefly these two. First, The forming Hypotheses, and then endeavouring to force Scripture to support them. Men first imagine what they would have Scripture fay, and then twist and torture the Words to make them justify it: And Scripture is not permitted to speak for itself, and yet is made to answer for human Errors. This has been very much practised in construing the philosophical Parts of Scripture. Secondly, The Mistakes in Philosophy, which some Years since were spread with great Zeal, and forced upon Mankind under the Authority of great Names, and the supposed Credit of mathematical Demonstration, have very much contributed to the Neglect, that Moses and the Prophets have met with on the Head of Philosophy. B As As to mathematical Demonstration, founded upon the Proportions of Lines and Circles to each other, and the ringing of Changes upon Figures, these'' have no more to do with the greatest Part of Philosophy, than they have with the Man in the Moon. The Principia of Philosophy are the invisible Parts of Matter, and their Properties or Qualities; the Cause of Motion, and the Means by wxSich it is continued. When they can find oVit the Difference between two Atoms, of Gold e. g. and Water, by Algebra; and tell us what moves the Earth, by Geometry; or can by the Help of Fluxions give any account why Fire burns, either the solar or culinary Fire: When any of this is done by the Help of Matfematics or Numbers, it will be time enough to talk of Mathematical Principles. Indeed the 2eal for this sort of Gibberish is greatly abated of late, and though it is now upw...
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A Selection From the Works of Robert Browning

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A   Letter Relative to the Affairs of the Poor of the Parish of Frome Selwood, in Somersetshire with Notes and Observations on the

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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ... Note V, page 2. FROME SELWOOD. NUMBER OF ACRES, &c. Sir, The number of acres in the parish of Frome, is 7142a. 1r. 3p.: viz. A. R. P. Lands and Woods, including the Town of 16975 2 9 Frome J Roads and Lanes 116 2 34 Rivers and Brooks 50 0 0 Total 7142 1 3 I am, Sir, Frome, Your very obedient servant, January 24, 1833. H. Cruse. Thomas Bunn, Frome. Note VI, page 3. FROME SELWOOD. BEQUESTS TO CHARITIES. These bequests have been given to the Almshouse and School. The Hospital and Asylum are comparatively modern: they were founded by Richard Stevens, who resided chiefly in London, but left nineteen thousand pounds, four per cent. bank annuities, for the benefit of the place of his nativity. All these foundations are still in want of further benefactions, without which the numbers which some of the buildings are calculated to receive cannot be maintained, Note VII, page 3. REPORT OF THE FROME SELWOOD CHARITABLE SOCIETY, INSTITUTED THE 19th OF NOVEMBER, 1807, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, FOR THE YEAR 1808. PATRONESSES.-The Most Honorable the Marchioness of Bath The Right Honorable the Countess of Cork. President, Mrs. Ireland. TREASURER. Mrs. Wickham Mrs. Bunn. STEWARDS. Mrs. White Miss A. Bunn. Secretary, Miss Wickham. Mrs. Ireland Mrs. H. Sheppard Mrs. G. Sheppard Mrs. T. Humphries Miss Bayly Miss Hiskett Committee. Miss Wickham Mrs. Blunt Mrs. Middlcton Mrs. White Mrs. Bunn Miss Bunn. REPORT. A year has now passed since this institution was established. The inhabitants of Frome, of every persuasion, as soon asthey were informed of its object, seconded the plan with all the readiness and unanimity, which could be desired. It is hoped that their confidence will appear not to have been misplaced. The period is arrived...
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The diary of William Hedges, esq. (afterwards Sir William Hedges), during his agency in Bengal, as well as on his voyage out and r

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Sense and Sensibility

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Message of the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement of the Second Session of the Thirt

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Miroirs

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Spencer Kellogg Brown, His Life in Kansas and His Death as a Spy, 1842-1863, as Disclosed in His Diary

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The Works of the English Poets; With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical; Volume 53

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The Works of Joseph Butler ..; Volume 3

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The Yew-trees of Great Britain and Ireland

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Maple-sap Sirup: Its Manufacture, Composition, and Effect of Environment Thereon; Volume no.134

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Marathon: And Other Poems

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A Manual of Clinical Laboratory Methods

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The International Encyclopaedia of Surgery; a Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Surgery; Volume 1

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Varieties in Prose; Volume 2

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Marcela;

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L'arquitectura romanica a Catalunya; 2

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My Novel; Volume 3

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Louis-Philippe and His Sister; the Political Life Rôle of Adelaide of Orleans (1777-1847)

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