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The World As I Have Found It Sequel to Incidents in the Life of a Blind Girl –by: Mary L. Day

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[Transcriber's Note: Inconsistencies in spelling and punctuation have been retained as in the original.]

[Illustration: MARY L. DAY ARMS]

THE WORLD AS I HAVE FOUND IT.

SEQUEL TO Incidents in the Life of a Blind Girl.

BY MARY L. DAY ARMS.

WITH AN INTRODUCTION

By Rev. Charles F. Deems, LL.D.

BALTIMORE: PUBLISHED BY JAMES YOUNG, 112 West Baltimore Street.

ENTERED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by MARY L. DAY ARMS, In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

INTRODUCTION.

Mrs. Arms has asked me to write an introduction...

James Boswell Famous Scots Series –by: W. Keith (William Keith) Leask

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JAMES BOSWELL

FAMOUS SCOTS SERIES

The following Volumes are now ready:

THOMAS CARLYLE. By Hector C. Macpherson. ALLAN RAMSAY. By Oliphant Smeaton. HUGH MILLER. By W. Keith Leask. JOHN KNOX. By A. Taylor Innes. ROBERT BURNS. By Gabriel Setoun. THE BALLADISTS. By John Geddie. RICHARD CAMERON. By Professor Herkless. SIR JAMES Y. SIMPSON. By Eve Blantyre Simpson. THOMAS CHALMERS. By Professor W. Garden Blaikie. JAMES BOSWELL. By W. Keith Leask.

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JAMES BOSWELL

BY W KEITH LEASK

FAMOUS ·SCOTS· ·SERIES·

PUBLISH...

Mary Slessor of Calabar: Pioneer Missionary

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MARY SLESSOR

OF CALABAR

PIONEER MISSIONARY

BY

W. P. LIVINGSTONE

PREFATORY NOTE

Life for most people is governed by authority and convention, but behind these there lies always the mystery of human nature, uncertain and elusive, and apt now and again to go off at a tangent and disturb the smooth working of organised routine. Some man or woman will appear who departs from...

Nos Hommes et Notre Histoire Notices biographiques accompagn

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NOS HOMMES

ET

NOTRE HISTOIRE

Notices biographiques accompagnées de reflexions et de souvenirs personnels.

Hommage à la population créole, en souvenir des grands hommes qu'elle a produits et des bonnes choses qu'elle a accomplies.

PAR

R. L. DESDUNES

"De quelques superbes distinctions que se flattent les hommes, ils sont tous de la même origine".

BOSSUET.

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MONTREAL ARBOUR & DUPONT, IMPRIMEURS 'EDITEURS 419 et 421, rue Saint Paul

1911

=Table des Matières=

...

Campaigns of a Non-Combatant, and His Romaunt Abroad During the War

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CAMPAIGNS

OF

A NON COMBATANT,

AND HIS

ROMAUNT ABROAD DURING THE WAR.

BY GEO. ALFRED TOWNSEND.

NEW YORK: BLELOCK & COMPANY, 19 BEEKMAN STREET, 1866.

Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1866, by

GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.

SCRYMGEOUR, WHITCOMB & CO.,

Stereotypers,

15 WATER STREET, BOSTON.

Transcriber's note: Inconsistency in hyphenation in this etext is as in t...

Elizabeth Fry –by: Emma Raymond Pitman

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Famous Women

ELIZABETH FRY.

The next volumes in the Famous Women Series will be:

THE COUNTESS OF ALBANY. By Vernon Lee. HARRIET MARTINEAU. By Mrs. Fenwick Miller. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT. By Elizabeth Robins Pennell.

Already published:

GEORGE ELIOT. By Miss Blind. EMILY BRONT"E. By Miss Robinson. GEORGE SAND. By Miss Thomas. MARY LAMB. By Mrs. Gilchrist. MARGARET FULLER. By Julia Ward Howe. MARIA EDGEWORTH. By Miss Zimmern. ELIZABETH FRY. By Mrs. E.R. Pitman.

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ELIZABETH FRY.

BY

MRS. E.R. PITMAN.

B...

Charles Dickens as a Reader –by: Charles Kent

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CHARLES DICKENS

AS A READER.

By Charles Kent.

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. London: Chapman & Hall, 193, Piccadilly.

1872.

LONDON: BRADBURY, EVANS, AND CO., PRINTERS, WHITEFRTARS,

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TO

JOHN FORSTER,

THE BIOGRAPHER OF CHARLES DICKENS,

PREFACE.

As the title page of this volume indicates, no more is here attempted than a memorial of Charles Dickens in association with his Readings. It appeared desirable that something in the shape of an accurate record should be made of an episode ...

Robert Louis Stevenson

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ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

BY WALTER RALEIGH

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AUTHOR OF 'STYLE,' 'MILTON,' 'WORDSWORTH,' ETC.

FOURTH IMPRESSION

LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD 41 & 43 MADDOX STREET, BOND STREET, W. 1906

THE GREATER PART OF THIS ESSAY WAS GIVEN AS A LECTURE AT THE ROYAL INSTITUTION ON THE 17TH OF MAY 1895

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

When a popular writer dies, the question it has become the fashion with a nervous generation to ask is the question, 'Will he live?' There was no idler question, none more hopelessly impossible and ...

Sermons on Biblical Characters –by: Clovis Gillham Chappell

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SERMONS ON BIBLICAL CHARACTERS

BY

REV. CLOVIS G. CHAPPELL, D.D.

RICHARD R. SMITH, INC.

NEW YORK

1930

COPYRIGHT, 1922,

BY GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY

SERMONS ON BIBLICAL CHARACTERS. II

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONTENTS

I THE MISSING MAN THOMAS II THE GREAT REFUSAL JONAH III THE ROMANCE OF FAITH PETER IV LOVE'S LONGING PAUL V GOING VISITING JONATHAN VI THE WOMAN OF THE SHATTERED ROMANCES THE WOMAN OF SYCHAR VII A GOOD MAN BARNABAS VIII THE INQUEST PHARAOH IX A SON OF SHAME JEPHTHAH X A CAS...

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