For private circulation only
Plan for Beginning
LT. COLONEL WILLIAM WOOD
( to be submitted to the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Conservation
Commission of the Dominion of Canada in 1913. )
The original address on Animal Sanctuaries in Labrador was published
in the spring of 1911. The Supplement was published in the summer of
1912. The present Plan , or Second Supplement , is now being submitted
for consideration to the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Commission of
AND OTHER VOLCANOS:
A SERIES OF LETTERS,
Addressed to THE ROYAL SOCIETY,
From the Honourable Sir W. HAMILTON,
His Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
at the Court of NAPLES.
To which are added,
Explanatory NOTES by the AUTHOR,
A NEW EDITION.
Printed for T. CADELL, in the Strand.
M DCC LXXIV.
Having mentioned to Sir WILLIAM HAMILTON the general Desire of all
Lovers of Natural History, that his Letters ...
This etext was produced from the September 1953 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.
This planet gave him the perfect chance to commit the perfect crime only he couldn't remember just what it was he had committed.
By CHARLES V. DeVET
Illustrated by DICK...
The poem Liian Paha Sappi by Aaro Hellaakoski, which tells the tale of a child struggling to keep his temper:
A TEMPER TOO BAD
How it burns my sisu
when I have to be quiet
If my will would be fulfilled
the undertaker would get grain.
A little boy has gotten
a temper too bad
This sisu cannot be put out
by even the most snowy Lapland.
This project is unusual in that most of the readers are non-Finnish speakers, and learned the poem phonically.
Z'EZETTE MOEURS FORAINES
PAR OSCAR M'ET'ENIER
PARIS BIBLIOTH`EQUE CHARPENTIER 11, RUE DE GRENELLE, 11
Debout sur la parade, Chausserouge fit un signe et l'orchestre attaqua les premières mesures d'une marche.
Puis, tandis que pistons et trombones s'évertuaient, il jeta un coup d'oeil autour de lui.
A ses pieds, un cormoran déplumé faisait claquer son bec, tandis que, perché au sommet d'une échelle, un singe encha^iné promenait sur les rares passants un regard résigné.
Une peau de lion et une peau d'ours, se faisant face, tapissaient le...
[Illustration: THE WHITE SHARK.]
STORIES OF THE OCEAN.
FROM AUTHENTIC ACCOUNTS OF MODERN
VOYAGERS AND TRAVELLERS;
DESIGNED FOR THE
ENTERTAINMENT AND INSTRUCTION
BY MARMADUKE PARK.
With Numerous Illustrations.
C.G. HENDERSON & CO.,
NO. 164 CHESTNUT STREET.
[Illustration: THE WHITE SHARK]
STORIES OF THE OCEAN.
The white sharks are the dread of sailors in all hot climates, for they constantly attend vessels in expectation of anything which may be thrown overboard. A shark ...
THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
AS TO THIS BOOK i.
THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM IN SWITZERLAND 5
THE PUBLIC STEWARDSHIP OF SWITZERLAND 25
THE COMMON WEALTH OF SWITZERLAND 47
DIRECT LEGISLATION IN THE UNITED STATES 72
THE WAY OPEN TO PEACEFUL REVOLUTION 95
[ Copyright, 1892, by J.W. Sulliv...
THE OPEN MIND LIBRARY
BEING A SERIES OF WORKS DEALING WITH
QUESTIONS AS HANDLED BY DIFFERENT
SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT, IN RELIGION,
ETHICS, PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGY
RELIGION & SEX
STUDIES IN THE PATHOLOGY
OF RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT
BY CHAPMAN COHEN
T. N. FOULIS, PUBLISHER
LONDON, EDINBURGH, & BOSTON
Published October 1919
Printed by MORRISON & GIBB LIMITED, Edinburgh
THE LIST OF CHAPTERS
I. SCIENCE & THE SUPERNATURAL page 1
II. THE PRIMITIVE MIND & ITS ENVIRONMENT ...
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of each 16 page signature are marked. This information is shown
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been marked with double lines
A few apparent typographic errors were corrected and are listed at
the end of the text. Other possible errors are also noted but were
left unchanged. All other spelling and punctuation are as in
or communication of
Shakespeare's great festive comedy, probably written and first performed around 1601, follows the adventures of twins Viola and Sebastian, who are separated from each other by a shipwreck. Viola, believing her brother dead, disguises herself as a page in order to serve the lovesick Duke Orsino, who has been rejected by the Countess Olivia. The ensemble cast includes a roster of wonderfully comic characters: Olivia's drunken uncle Sir Toby Belch, his foolish friend Sir Andrew Aguecheek, the witty serving woman Maria, the social-climbing steward Malvolio, and the clever, riddling clown Feste.