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Current History and Forum

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...ity in Latin America, I., 289. ESTHONIA, Bolshevist propaganda in, I., 92. Events in the West Indies, I., 465. EX-KAISER'S private fortune, II., 83. E... ... of destruction and vandalism among some of the workers, who believed that events had begun to go against them. NO COMMUNIST DICTATORSHIP What is goin... ...nd Italy. THE AMERICAN SOCIALISTS AND MOSCOW Since then, however, several events have occurred which are of great im- portance as bearing on the cond... ...e resentment toward England, which had refused independ- ence to the Green Isle or should one now say the Bloody Isle? Sixteen million active adherent... ...- ing, will be bound ultimately to have a powerful effect upon the British Isles. * * * THE DRIFT OF CANADIANS TO THE UNITED STATES A LL European immi... ...the copepoda. One Sum- mer, in the herring fishery at the south end of the Isle of Man, the fishermen found large, red patches on the sea, where tne f...

...es: Dec. 1914-Sept. 1915, The New York times current history; Oct. 1915-June 1940, Current history; Absorbed Forum and century, May 1940. United with Events, Sept. 1941, to form Current history; 26...

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The New British Traveller; Or, A Modern Panorama of England and Wales; Exhibiting an Account, Historical, Topographical, And Statistical, Of This Portion of the British Empire, Interspersed with Biographical Particulars of Eminent and Remarkable Persons : Volume 4

By: Dugdale, James

... ;<?* y * r* * -.* * * ' 0, * % * rv **- THE NEW BRITISH TRAVELLER, OR, MODERN PANORAMA OF Exhibiting, at one comprehensive Vi*w, AN AMPLE, ACCURATE,... ...*w, AN AMPLE, ACCURATE, AND POPULAR ACCOUNT, HISTORICAL, TOPOGRAPHICAL, AND STATISTICAL, Of this most Important Portion of THE BRITISH EMPIRE. \ DESCR... ...CLIJIATE, SOIL,, AND PRODUCTIONS, NATURAL,AND ARTIFICIAL': IMPROVEMENT AND PRESENT STATE OF THE ARTS, SCIENCES, MANUFACTURES, AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, P... ...build a castle, in the 51st of Edward HI. at Sbirbourn, where his ancestor, Wariner de L'Isle, in the 10th of the same king, had a charter of free war... ...to a great expanse, the Glyme stretches towards Queen Pool, a retired neighbour- hood of islets, so denominated from Pliilippn, the consort of Edward ... ...t receavd. From Womb to Grace, from Grace to Glory went His virtuous Life. To this fayre Isle beqveth'd. Praise .... and to vs but lent. Let tills rem... ...th that of the nation, as it was often pos- sessed by persons who stood prominent in the events of the several periods in which they flourished. The M... .... Edw 4, and (lied in 1635, Reg. Churl. I. having lived 152 years and nine i months. The events ot that period are the most interesting in our history... ...the'area, swords and other weapons have frequently been found. The recollection of these events is preserved by tradition among the inhabitants, and t...

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The R. M. Johnston Memorial Volume; Being a Selection of the Principal Writings in Connection with Geology and the Economic and Social Problems of the Day

By: Johnston, Robt. M. (Robert Mackenzie), 1844-1918

... The R. M. Johnston Memorial Volume Being a Selection of the Principal Writings in connection with Geology and the Ec... ...the Principal Writings in connection with Geology and the Economic and Social Problems of the Day By Robert Mackenzie Johnston I.S.O., F.L.S., F.S.& G... ...Mackenzie Johnston I.S.O., F.L.S., F.S.& Government Statistician and Registrar-General of the State of Tasmania Tasmania : John Vail, Government Print... ...MACKENZIE JOHNSTON was born in 1845 at one of the little fishing villages in the Black Isle, on the shore of the Moray Firth. His father had a small c... ...levated valley (2300 feet above sea- level). Lake Dixon itself, and several tarns with islets near to it, have all the appearance of ice-scooped basin... ...et was con- tinuous from Scotland to Ireland is proved by the glacial phenomena in the Isle of Man, where ' till ' similar to that of Scotland abounds... ...r does not distort, magnify, nor lie; does not invert or play tricks with the order of events to suit a loved preconception ; and cannot be successful... ...ng the history of the lake proper, the latter two being stages in the later history of events that have trans- pired since the silting-up, and subsequ... ...now Australia was raised into dry land, and that some portion or portions of it at all events have ever since remained above the level of the sea." " ...

...The glacier epoch of Australasia.--Order and relationship of Australian terrestrial formations.--The story of an old lake of the Derwent.--Historical sketch of the geological relations of Australia and Tasmania.--Value of mental concepts.--Is ...

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The History of the Woman's Club Movement in America

By: Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902, Anthony, Susan B., Susan Brownell, 1820-1906, Gage, Matilda Joslyn, 1826-1898, Harper, Ida Husted, 1851-1931, Harper, Ida Husted, 1851-1931

...m i MERICA {Hlllllllil iilin yWf&:TV.tmmt: !l ill I THE HISTORY OF THE Woman s Club Movement IN AMERICA By MRS. J. C. CROLY (JENNIE JUNE) H... ...MRS. J. C. CROLY (JENNIE JUNE) Honorary Vice-President, General Federation of Woman's Clubs ; Honorary President of Sorosis ; Honorary President of Ne... ...ary President of Sorosis ; Honorary President of New York State Federation of Women's Clubs and Societies Published under the Authority of the Council... ... already harnessed some of them to do his bidding. The succession of great events and discoveries will mark this century as an epoch in the world's hi... ...nding person and property against aggression and warfare. But the logic of events was strong then, as now, and the destiny of the woman was not that o... ...ts to the home convent at Paris, giving brief accounts of transactions and events, such as the entrance of pupils, the purchase of land, an extra dole... ...h lasted a number of years, the club decided to travel through the British Isles to the continent, taking in by slow degrees France, Switzerland, Germ... ...s found its studies in many little known places, in India, Africa, and the isles of the sea. It lingers where it goes and makes acquaintance with pecu... ...ptiv^e lines of Shakespeare : ' This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, This other Eden, demi-parad...

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The Pacific Monthly : Volume 1:1 (Oct. 1898)-Volume 3:6 (April 1900)

By: Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944; Pease, Lute; Wells, William Bittle

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...06, 254 In Literature, Art, Science, Politics, and Education, with Leading Events. The Voice of the Silence, (Continued Story) 141, 188, 239 The Geniu... ..., Scribner's, Cosmopolitan, Munsey's The Month — A Record of the Principal Events of the Month Literary Comment — College Correspondence — Drift— 22 2... ...ade a survey of the coast as far as latitude 55 degrees north, and, at all events, the great strait between Washington and British Columbia bears his ... ...in- tervene and end the long period of Span- ish misrule in this beautiful isle of the sea. Once again has our never-conquered nation donned the panop... ...es. The near future is very like- ly to witness the Americanization of the isles of the seas, and to behold the un- furling of the Stars and Stripes o... ...the nation. Man. Op'ning the map of God's extensive plan, We find a little isle, this life of man; Eternity's unknown expanse appears Arching around a...

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Our Knowledge of Christ : An Historical Approach

By: Miller, Lucius Hopkins, 1876-1949

... BT 205 .M54 1914 Miller, Lucius Hopkins. Our knowledge of Christ OUR KNOWLEDGE OF CHRIST FEB 1 1915 AN HISTORICAL APPRO... ...B 1 1915 AN HISTORICAL APPROACHV a LUCIUS HOPKINS MILLER ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIBIilCAL INSTRDCTION IN PBINCKTON UNIVERSITY. NEW YORK HENRY HOLT AND... ...ember, 1914 TO MY WIFE PREFACE We hear it often said that these are days of change. Indeed they are. Perhaps there is more of the spirit of change... ...ally grew away from the idea. They saw no use in recording for posterity the events of Jesus' earthly life when he himself was so soon to appear to ta... ...? " The need of answering such questions stimulated the remembrance of those events and teachings which would best satisfy inquiring minds. For, not o... ...thew, containing chiefly teachings of Jesus with, perhaps, some narrative of events. This document has been translated into Greek and is circulating i... ...s L. H. Humphrey. Covers Europe, In- cluding- Spain, Belgium and th« British Isles. THE POETIC NEW-WORLD Compiled by Miss Humphrey. HENRY HOLT AND 34W...

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The New International Year Book A Compendium Of The World S Progress For The Year 1933

By: Frank H. Vizetelly

... THE NEW INTERNATIONAL YEAR BOOK A COMPENDIUM OF THE WORLD'S PROGRESS FOR THE YEAR 1933 EDITOR FRANK H. VIZETKLLY... ...OGRESS FOR THE YEAR 1933 EDITOR FRANK H. VIZETKLLY, LITT.D. LL.D., Managing Editor of "Funk & Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language... ...itor of "Funk & Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language**; Fellow of the American Geographical Society, etc. FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY ... ...E subjects, summed up developments in his fields as follows: Significant among the events of the year in the fields of economics and governmental acti... ...rticles on ASTRON- OMY, METEOROLOGY, EARTHQUAKES, FLOODS, and SEISMOLOGY cover the events of the year in those sciences. Appreciative thanks for oblig... ... fifth annual Ail-American at Miami, Fla., January 5-7. The winners of the leading events were: Free-for-all race, James Wedell with a speed of 205.29... ...essively commanded the Callao ( 1902-03 ) , Don Juan de Austria ( 1903 ) , and the Isle de Cuba (1903), all part of the Asiatic Fleet. During 1904-05 ... ...Guildhall School of Music and made frequent concert tours through- out the British Isles. For some years he was di- rector, and from 1884 to 1911 hono... ... for public works, there are no outstanding bridge works to record for the British Isles in 1033. In fact, the most important British work of the year...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the World S Progress for the Year 1933

By: Frank H. Vizetelly

... THE NEW INTERNATIONAL YEAR BOOK A COMPENDIUM OF THE WORLD'S PROGRESS FOR THE YEAR 1933 EDITOR FRANK H. VIZETKLLY... ...OGRESS FOR THE YEAR 1933 EDITOR FRANK H. VIZETKLLY, LITT.D. LL.D., Managing Editor of "Funk & Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language... ...itor of "Funk & Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language**; Fellow of the American Geographical Society, etc. FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY ... ...E subjects, summed up developments in his fields as follows: Significant among the events of the year in the fields of economics and governmental acti... ...rticles on ASTRON- OMY, METEOROLOGY, EARTHQUAKES, FLOODS, and SEISMOLOGY cover the events of the year in those sciences. Appreciative thanks for oblig... ... fifth annual Ail-American at Miami, Fla., January 5-7. The winners of the leading events were: Free-for-all race, James Wedell with a speed of 205.29... ...essively commanded the Callao ( 1902-03 ) , Don Juan de Austria ( 1903 ) , and the Isle de Cuba (1903), all part of the Asiatic Fleet. During 1904-05 ... ...Guildhall School of Music and made frequent concert tours through- out the British Isles. For some years he was di- rector, and from 1884 to 1911 hono... ... for public works, there are no outstanding bridge works to record for the British Isles in 1033. In fact, the most important British work of the year...

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Some Problems of the Peace Conference

By: Haskins, Charles Homer, 1870-1937; Lord, Robert Howard, 1885-1954

... -/ SOME PROBLEMS OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE SOME PROBLEMS OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE BY CHARLES HOMER HASKINS AND ROBERT HOW... ... PRESS PRINTED IN THE U.S.A. TO ARCHIBALD GARY COOLIDGE iiidOd PREFACE The purpose of the lectures here published is to give a rapid survey of the... ...hed is to give a rapid survey of the principal elements in that territorial settlement of Europe which has been pronounced *'the most reasonable part ... ...treatment is further limited to Europe, omitting the problems of Asia, Africa, and the isles of the Pacific. There are those who maintain that the ter... ...e, while others are clearly the work of man. The Spanish peninsula, Italy, the British Isles, and the Scandinavian lands are set apart from the mass o... ...ace-Lorraine. The Russians have checked German in the Baltic provinces* In the British Isles Celtic speech is far less wide- spread than Celtic blood.... ...this is to be explained by the haste and confusion inevitable in the rapid movement of events rather than by any desire to ignore the facts or the jud... ...sh secretary of legation at Darmstadt, whence he had opportunity to follow closely the events of the war and the course of German opin- ion. Strongly ... .... Rualens-Marlier, Le Rhin libre (Paris and Neu- chatel, 1916). In the Saar valley the events of 1814-15 are narrated by A. Ruppersberg, Geschichte de...

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Recreation : Volume 53

By: National Recreation Association

...olutely riskless way to save. The United States Government guar- antees the cash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it can only grow. Q: What if ... ...ut any sport comes off better when MacGregor balls and equipment are used. Generations of ath- letic-minded men and women, boys and girls, have looked... ...ment is available from sporting goods dealers everywhere. Lt^ A Iruniwi'ck 'The Choice of Those Who Play The Gome' ^^ Svbiidiorjr THE MACGREGOR CO., C... ...s the year round, or at the time indicated by seasonal pro- grams. Some of these major events call for additional volunteers and considerable time. Th... ... Jersey, covers a topic and situation only too prevalent in basketball and other sport events, whether under school or other auspices. The number-one ... ...nd directed many of the activities. Six thousand young- sters registered in sixty-four events from tennis, swimming, sailing, golf, field events, kick... ... so interested in them I wanted to set up some sort of craft demonstration for Presque Isle, Maine, where I work. The coming Christmas season provided... ...ork. The coming Christmas season provided the appropriate theme and reason. In Presque Isle our community association and the Rec- reation Services Se... ...istmas candles. These included large ones MRS. BUTTERFIELD is secretary of the Presque Isle Com- munity Association, Presque Isle, Maine. NOVEMBER 196...

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Old Testament Prophecy

By: Davidson, A. B. (Andrew Bruce), 1831-1902; Paterson, James Alexander, 1851-1915

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...ow in order to comprehend the nature of pro- phecy, which arose out of the events and the exigencies of the national life. And it assumed its complexi... ...nd it assumed its complexion according to the character of the era and the events which occasioned it. Of course, it wa^_p^_m^relytheshadow of the his... ... of mere dead utterances of truth, or of unconnected predictions of future events, but must be an historical evolution of truth presented in a living ... ...us career, and though the nations are panic-stricken at his prowess, " The isles saw it, and feared ; the ends of the earth trembled," 4 he has not ye... ...f the Servant of the Lord to bring forth judgment to the Gentiles, and the isles shall wait for his law. Not to raise the question of the Servant here... ... fail nor be discouraged, Till he have set judgment in the earth : And the isles shall wait for his teaching." This very instructive passage adds some...

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Journal of Shellfish Research; Vol. 17, No. 1-3

By: National Shellfisheries Association

...erature Collection World Public Library.org VOLUME 17 Title: JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH, VOLUME 17 Author: SANDRA E. SHUMWAY Language: Engl... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...ew Brand (1999) University of Liverpool Marine Biological Station Port Erin, Isle of Man Dr. Eugene Burreson (1999) Virginia Institute of Marine Scien... ...80), where new production is driven by NO7 advected to the surface by pulsed events of equa- torward winds (Hutchings et al. 1993). These events give ... ...h is also the axis along which the winds tend to be polarized. Distinct wind events were defined as beginning each lime the longshore wind component s... ...owing in an upwelling-faxorable direction (that is. from the south), and the events ended when the longshore wind reversed direction. Wind speed was c... ...callop beds in the Irish Sea. including some closely located beds around the Isle of Man. They concluded that these popula- tions may be predominantly... ...of Puffin Island, Anglesey: BRK. Rade de Brest. Brittany; CHI, Chicken Rock, Isle of Man; DOll, Douglas, Isle of Man; Kil. Kilkieran Bay, Eire: LAT. L...

Biological abstracts ; Chemical abstracts ; Life sciences collection ; Official publication of: the National Shellfisheries Association

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Patterns and Perspectives in Environmental Science : Report Prepared for the National Science Board, National Science Foundation

By: National Science Board (U.S.); National Science Board (U.S.) Environmental Science

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...ns; 2. The present capability of environ- mental science to predict future events; and, hence, 3. The capacity of science to serve society in its grow... ...in Forested Areas 302 Wilderness as a Dynamic Ecosystem, with Reference to Isle Royale National Park 303 4. Forest Fire 306 Research into Fire Ecology... ...e and Tropical Forest Types 299 IX-12: Life Expectancy and Survivorship of Isle Royale Moose 305 IX-13: Effect of Fire on Mesquite Shrubs 306 IX-14: Q... ... disturbances which disrupt communications, such as "polar cap absorption" events, geomagnetic-ionospheric storms, and auroral and geomagnetic substor... ...ents, geomagnetic-ionospheric storms, and auroral and geomagnetic substorm events, must also be forecast to allow the communicator to prepare to use a... ...as having resulted from hur- ricanes in 1915 and 1925. A popular resort on Isle Derniere, south of New Orleans and landward about 27 miles from the 10...

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All Hands; June 1962: Volume 41, Issue 479

By: Navy Department; Bureau of Navigation

... uses more than one hundred ship niodels representing all classes of In this way, NOL scientists are able to specify, before the sh... ...nates considerable trouble and expense later. The lab has recently used a model of uss Nautilus (SSN 571) with a view toward degaussing her and o... ... (SSN 571) with a view toward degaussing her and others of her class. The model of Nautilus, like all NOL’s ship models, includes every mognetic ... ...Televi- sion outlet which broadcasts not only important local announcements and events, but also many of your favor- ite stateside radio and telev... ...d him. When SK1 Kirby completes his twenty he plans to head bdck for the British Isles. His current standard-bearer, the strangely named Irish Hors...

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The Overland Monthly : Volume 15:1 (July 1875)-Volume 15:6 (Dec. 1875)

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...ey brand was imprinted by Mexican vaqueros on the young stock. Such slight events formed the only variety in Daisy's early wedded months. Fredwas at t... ...orable night on which Tildy met her destiny. Like all the deeply important events of our lives it came unexpectedly, and in such ques- tionable shape ... ...d we known. There was no warning in our dreams, no heralding of portentous events ; no one that I know of had dropped a fork point down, nor had the d... ...raphical history of Upper California briefly mentions a clus- ter of rocky islets lying off the port of San Francisco, discovered by Ferrelo in 1543. ... ...ake was the first among the ancient explorers to especially describe these islets as lying off the harbor where he refitted his ships in 1579, at whic... ...or miles around. All the species lay their eggs and hatch their young upon islets ac- cessible to their human enemies, and the eggs of the little swar...

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Men of Mark in Georgia : A Complete and Elaborate History of the State from Its Settlement to the Present Time, Chiefly Told in Biographies and Autobiographies of the Most Eminent Men of Each Period of Georgia's Progress and Development : Volume 6

By: Northen, William J., 1835-1913; Graves, John Temple, 1856

...re Collection World Public Library.org GEORGIA, VOL. VI Title: MEN OF MARK IN GEORGIA, VOL. VI Author: WILLIAM J. NORTHEN Language: English S... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...ales to every State in the Union. Though an interested observer of current events, a reader of the best periodical literature, and a citizen ready at ... ...e from England, one settling in New York, one in Massachusetts, and one in Isle of Wight county, Vir- ginia. Mr. Everett is descended from the Virgini... ..., but the weight of evidence seems to be in favor of the MacDonalds of the Isles and Sleat, for they can be traced back to the year 1135, and the clan...

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The Service of Man. An Essay Towards the Religion of the Future

By: Morison, James Cotter, 1832-1888

...CETON, N. J. % 6'/^^// BL 2775 .M67 1888 1888. ^ Cotter, I832i The service of man [J|, f i* <''/' fe THE SERVICE OF MAN. rov<i fxev yap 7rov>;pov... ...T-qv a6ufXLav e/xySa/Xetre. — ^SCHINES, In Ctesijjhon, p. 79. THE SEEVICE OF MAN AN ESSAY TOWARDS THE EELIGION OF THE FUTURE. JAMES COTTER MORISON. L... ...ON: KEGAN PAITL, TRENCH & CO., 1, PATERNOSTER SQUARE. 1888. i^TfiC riyhtg of translation and of reproduction are reserved.) PREFACE I HAVE not been ... ...surprise us. Both civil and ecclesiastical government were impaired by the events of the time, and pestilence is usually followed by moral irregularit... ...tholic Emancipation AND THE Progress of the Catholic Church in the British Isles (CHIEFY IN England) from 1771-1820. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. 24J. AMOS {Prof... ...6d. Kegan Paid^ Trench, & Go's Ptiblications. 5 BURKE {Oliver J.) — South Isles of Aran (County Galway). Crown 8vo. 2.s. 6d. BURKE {The late Very Rev... ... General Gordon. Reproduced by Photo- lithography. Imperial 4to. £'^. t,s. Events in his Life. From the Day of his Birth to the Day of his Death. By S... ...afiiel Hack) M.D. — Chapters in the History of the In- sane IN THE British Isles. With Four Illustrations. Large crown 8vo. \2.S. TWINING {Louisa) — W...

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Nature's craftsmen; popular studies of ants and other insects

By: Mccook, Henry Christopher, 1837-1911

..."m pAJX^AAAAikA AAA/A irdry: of J^ FieldMuseum OF NaturalHistory J^^J^'-^A 6'— l^-i-lJ 5="- &?wJX i... ...::^--"^!^ y > cc ^ < - Oe^^A, 2^ NATURE'S Craftsmen POPULAR STUDIES OF ANTS AND OTHER INSECTS BY Henry Christopher McCook Author of " American ... ...thor of " American Spiders and Their Spinning Work " "The Agricultural Ant of Texas" " Tenants of an Old Farm " Etc. Etc ILLUSTR/iTED FROM NATURE Harp... ...me species, seems then to be suppressed. It is a time of peace, as wedding events should be; and herein (if this be habitually so) nature surely works... ...of the same species as the Alleghany Momitain swarm just described. At all events, we have an authentic account by a careful and competent observer, w... ...in Sanguinea, and has not had time to reach its inevitable results? At all events, Sanguinea is a normal ant in warlike and industrial instincts, to w... ...bearer the three middle plates become wholly isolated, appearing as minute islets on the tensely stretched translucent ab- dominal membrane. Meanwhile... ...spects that there may be some physical condi- tion peculiar to the British Isles that promotes the ac- cumulation of the gossamer and its precipitatio... ...he stream, the foot of the bank, and even the channel are affected. Little islets appear, and these slowly increase. Thus the changes go on, those min...

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Recollections of College Life, At Marshall College, Mercersburg, Pa., From 1839 to 1845 : A Narrative, With Reflections

By: Appel, Theodore, 1823-1907

...2 S>^: < o-l' 2-2 Z.^'^ '—.=:m - «<tcca: " iCMj o .i:^:CTIONS OF CollegeLife ieodoreAppel THE LIBRARY The Ontario Institute for Studies ... .... : DANIEL MILLER, PRINTER AND PUBLISHER. 1886. Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1886, BY THEODORE APPEL, In the Office of the Libr... ...gress, in the year 1886, BY THEODORE APPEL, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. INTRODUCTION The work here introduced to the p... ...it seems almost dried up and shows its rocky bed, dotted with many a green islet along its wind- ing course ; in the winter, when it is ice-bound, a s... ...th of the desert gloom With their hymns of lofty cheer." "And the sounding isles ofthe dim woods rang To the anthems ofthe free." After the first gene... ... of the town boys, gave occasion to the cultivation of this spirit. At all events, on divers occasions, collisions occurred between the scattered mem-... ...they thirsted for higher achieve- ments, to which a happy concatenation of events, or Providence itself as we might say, at length brought COLLEGE LI... ...y arguments or debate : it had to be solved practically by the progress of events. Confi- dence, it is said, is a plant of slow growth. It was, theref...

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The Service of Man : An Essay Towards the Religion of the Future

By: Morison, James Cotter, 1832-1888; Powys, Theodore Francis, 1875-1953 (Autograph)

... <;^7^-c^ ^^~^ THE SERVICE OF MAN. a Tovs fih^ yh.p TTovrjpobg ov fiyj ttotc /SeXriov^ Troiyj... ...^v ia-xdrriv aOv^iav e/XygaAerrc. — ^SCHINES, In Ctesijphon, p. 79. R THE SEEVICE OF MAN. AN ESSAY TOWAEDS THE RELIGION OF THE FUTURE. BY JAMES COTTE... ...b ^' i LONDON: KEGAN PAUL, TKENCH & CO., 1, PATERNOSTER SQUARE. 1887. (2A« rights of translation and of reproduction are reserved,) PREFACE. I HAYE ... ... cannot surprise us. Both civil and ecclesiastical government were impaired by the events of the time, and pestilence is usually followed by moral irr... ...ry of Catholic Emancipation AND THE Progress of the Catholic Church in the British Isles (CHIEFY in England) from 1771-1820. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. 24^. AM... ...nd from General Gordon. Reproduced by Photo- lithography. Imperial 4to. ;£2- S-^"- Events in his Life. From the Day of his Birth to the Day of his Dea... ...^. TUKE {DanielHack) M.D. — Chapters in the History of the In- sane in the British Isles. With Four Illustrations. Large crown Svo. \zs. TWINING {Loui... ...s of the Ohio Valley. Crown 8vo. 5^. PIATT {Sarah M. B.)—K Voyage to the Fortunate Isles, and other Poems. I vol. Small crown 8vo. gilt top, 5J. In Pr...

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