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Graham s Magazine Vol XXXII. No. 3. March 1848 –by: Various

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GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.

VOL. XXXII. PHILADELPHIA, MARCH, 1848. No. 3.

THE CRUISE OF THE GENTILE.

BY FRANK BYRNE.

CHAPTER I.

In which the reader is introduced to several of the dramatis personae.

On the evening of the 25th of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, the ship Gentile, of Boston, lay at anchor in the harbor of Valetta.

It is quite proper, gentle reader, that, as it is with this ship and her crew that you will chiefly have to do in the following yarn, they should be severally and particularly intr...

Graham s Magazine Vol XXXIII No. 3 September 1848 –by: Various

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[Illustration: J. Addison ANGILA MERVALE or SIX MONTHS BEFORE MARRIAGE. Engraved Expressly for Graham's Magazine ]

GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.

VOL. XXXIII. PHILADELPHIA, SEPTEMBER, 1848. No. 3.

ANGILA MERVALE;

OR SIX MONTHS BEFORE MARRIAGE.

BY F. E. F., AUTHOR OF "AARON'S ROD," "TELLING SECRETS," ETC.

"They say Miss Morton is engaged to Robert Hazlewood," said Augusta Lenox.

"So I hear," replied Angila Mervale, to whom this piece of news had been communicated. "How can she?"

"How can she, indeed?" replied Augusta. "He's an ugly fellow....

Vailima Letters

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Vailima Letters Robert Louis Stevenson Scanned and proofed by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk

Vailima Letters

CHAPTER I

IN THE MOUNTAIN, APIA, SAMOA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND, 1890

MY DEAR COLVIN, This is a hard and interesting and beautiful life that we lead now. Our place is in a deep cleft of Vaea Mountain, some six hundred feet above the sea, embowered in forest, which is our strangling enemy, and which we combat with axes and dollars. I went crazy over outdoor work, and had at last to confine myself to the house, or literature must have g...

Barnavnnen, 1905-04 Illustrerad Veckotidning fr de Sm –by: Various

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BARNAV"ANNEN

N:o 14 Illustrerad Veckotidning f"or S"ondagsskolan och Hemmet. 22 arg. 6 April. Redakt"or: J. B. GAUFFIN, Uppsala. 1905.

Petrus f"ornekar Jesus.

Mark. 14: 66 72.

I hvarje m"anniskas lif finnes m"orka, svara stunder, stunder af svaghet, stunder af n"od. En sadan m"ork stund var det f"or Petrus, n"ar han f"ornekade sin fr"alsare.

I likhet med de "ofriga apostlarne hade Petrus flytt, da Jesus blef gripen och f"angslad i Getsemane. Johannes hade dock sna...

At Large

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AT LARGE

By Arthur Christopher Benson

Haec ego mecum

1908

Contents

I. THE SCENE II. CONTENTMENT III. FRIENDSHIP IV. HUMOUR V. TRAVEL VI. SPECIALISM VII. OUR LACK OF GREAT MEN VIII. SHYNESS IX. EQUALITY X. THE DRAMATIC SENSE XI. KELMSCOTT AND WILLIAM MORRIS XII. A SPEECH DAY XIII. LITERARY FINISH XIV. A MIDSUMMER DAY'S DREAM XV. SYMBOLS XVI. OPTIMISM XVII. JOY XVIII. THE LOVE OF GOD EPILOGUE

I. THE SCENE

Yes, of course...

Essays on Various Subjects Principally Designed for Young Ladies

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ESSAYS FOR YOUNG LADIES.

ESSAYS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, Principally designed for YOUNG LADIES.

AS for you, I shall advise you in a few words: aspire only to those virtues that are PECULIAR TO YOUR SEX; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way or the other.

Oration of Pericles to the Athenian Women.

LONDON: Printed for J. WILKIE, in St. Paul's Church Yard; and T. CADELL, in the Strand. MDCCLXXVII.

TO MRS. MONTAGU.

MADAM,

IF you were only one of t...

Complete Essays

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THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER

BACKLOG EDITION

THE COMPLETE WRITINGS

OF CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER

1904

CONTENTS OF THE ENTIRE VOLUME:

AS WE WERE SAYING ROSE AND CHRYSANTHEMUM THE RED BONNET THE LOSS IN CIVILIZATION SOCIAL SCREAMING DOES REFINEMENT KILL INDIVIDUALITY? THE DIRECTOIRE GOWN THE MYSTERY OF THE SEX THE CLOTHES OF FICTION THE BROAD A CHEWING GUM WOMEN IN CONGRESS SHALL WOMEN PROPOSE? FROCKS AND THE STAGE ALTRUISM SOCIAL CLEARING HOUSE DINNER TABLE TALK NATURALIZATION ART OF GOVERNIN...

Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian

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David Turner, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team.

LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS

HARVARD CLASSICS V32

CONTENTS

THAT WE SHOULD NOT JUDGE OF OUR HAPPINESS UNTIL AFTER OUR DEATH THAT TO PHILOSOPHISE IS TO LEARNE How TO DIE OF THE INSTITUTION AND EDUCATION OF CHILDREN OF FRIENDSHIP OF BOOKES BY MONTAIGNE

MONTAIGNE

WHAT IS A CLASSIC? BY CHASLES AUGUSTIN SAINTE BEUVE

THE POETRY OF THE CELTIC RACES BY ERNEST RENAN

THE EDUCATION OF THE HUMAN RACE BY GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM LESSING

LETTERS UPON THE AESTHETIC EDUCATION OF MAN BY...

How to Tell a Story, and Other Essays –by: Mark Twain

In his inimitable way, Mark Twain gives sound advice about how to tell a story, then lets us in on some curious incidents he experienced, and finishes with a trip that proves life-changing.

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HOW TO TELL A STORY AND OTHERS

by Mark Twain

CONTENTS:

HOW TO TELL A STORY THE WOUNDED SOLDIER THE GOLDEN ARM MENTAL TELEGRAPHY AGAIN THE INVALID'S STORY

HOW TO TELL A STORY

The Humorous Story an American Development. Its Difference from Comic and Witty Stories.

I do not claim that I can tell a story ...

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