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|of which the poet Simms speaks, in one of his admirable poems ; but of his own |
knowledge, farther this deponent saith not. . . . Deeply do we sympathize with ' A
Bereaved Mother,' and rejoice at the same moment, that the article upon the ...
heard these coarse remarks thrice repeated to different individuals by a person of
pleasing and gentlemanlike exterior, had the ... and the 1 French Revolution;'
who does us the honor to say, that he has frequently met the Knickerbocker in
|I have no doubt there are many others smilarlr circumstanced, and think it would |
be exceedingly pleasant and ... the area of the circle three times the square of the
ruhm, which is too little, the true ratio being about three and one seventh. ... but
as we have in our employ about 800 people, it will be seen that this country has
some share in the business. ... Now, big things are done in America, and in
England also ; but the " amateur organ " puts both America, and England in the
|The following ai-e the chief things contained m a great mass of matter — |
speculations and facts, received by the late ... Whether France intends to retain
that strong and interesting section of country, as her share of the spoils nf the
sutian, we ... 5, Iwjce, on an average, perhaps three times, as high In England as
iu our country, and then it will appear that if the English ... We put down the
average value of the ига u о -op of the U. S. at 200 millions, and think that«; must
needs amount to ...
|I have no doubt t here are many others similarly circumstanced, and think it would |
be exceedingly pleasant and instructive for the members of the ... No one can say
that finality has been reached even in the manufacture of glass itself. There is ...
|Many Poles, particularly younger people, have a fairly healthy command of the |
English language. ... Basic pronunciation of Polish vowels 'ą' sounds like 'on' in
the French 'bon' 'ę' sounds like 'en' as in the French 'bien' 'ó' is an ... 'ś' like the 'sh'
in 'ship' 'drz' like the 'g' in 'George' r is always rolled and stress is generally
always on the last but one syllable. Think you've got that? .... frolicks and the
chance to meet the cream of the city's creative young things, this is the place to
|00k out for a day or two, both before and after the dates I have given. ... 1 appears |
to be a somewhat different arrangement of an engine, figuring as a French
production .n “ Noad's Manual,” Lardner's ... Last, but not least, there is one other
important thing which “ L. C. E." has omitted to consider. ... a very clear idea of efl'
ective' mm; SUPPOBQ that “L. C. E." will say that the 2mm acquired in this
descent will help it in the we, m“ ' 39 far, true; .... I think I may courteoust remind “
Horeloger " ...
|They will be feeding sometimes quietly, when, if any one appears suddenly near |
them, particularly coming down Uie wind, ... The writer of this narrative found a
hidden calf, two days old, very lean and very weak ; on stroking its head, it got up,
... he has recently requested several public bodies (the British Museum, and
Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, as we .... in fact, on board the St Geran,
and perished there, together with a young naval officer, who resolved to share
|j The following are a few short extracts from " The Rifleman's Com- ade," a work |
on the French war in Spain. ... let loose upon the persons both of matrons and
virgins, j Even the unhappy individuals confined by sickness to the wards of ... j "
As soon," continues the writer, " as we had got on board these ves- ! sels, we
were counted like so many cattle when .... The "Knickerbocker Club" is the first
one of any notoriety, and that, I think, had its birth so long ago as the year of our
|present, and any of the directors we wish to call for, to afl'ord us any necessary |
explanation. ... I can only say, I wish the Chairman of every railway in this
kingdom were as competentto give explanation, and had as perfect ... The great
majority of the shares, as you are aware, are held in this country, and I think the
child is hardly matured enough .... The Chairman, after apologising for the ab'
sence of the chairman of the company, said they were called together under one
of the standing ...
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