Page 1,569 of 1,571« First...102030...1,5671,5681,5691,5701,571

Steel Traps Describes the Various Makes and Tells How to Use Them, Also Chapters on Care of Pelts, Etc.

First Page:

STEEL TRAPS.

[Illustration: NEWHOUSE TRAPS ALL SIZES.]

STEEL TRAPS.

Describes the Various Makes and Tells How to Use Them Also Chapters on Care of Pelts, Etc.

BY A. R. HARDING.

PUBLISHED BY A. R. HARDING PUBLISHING CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO

Copyright 1907 By A. R. Harding.

CONTENTS.

I. Sewell Newhouse II. Well Made Traps III. A Few Failures IV. Some European Traps V. Proper Sizes VI. Newhouse Traps VII. Double and Webbed Jaw Traps VIII. Victor and Hawley & Norton Traps IX. Jump Traps X. Tree Traps XI. Stop Thief Traps XII. Wide Sp...

Godey s Lady s Book, Vol. 42, January, 1851 –by: Various

First Page:

[Illustration]

[Illustration]

[Illustration: NEW YEAR'S DAY IN FRANCE.]

MODEL COTTAGE.

[Illustration: A Cottage in the Style of Heriot's Hospital, Edinburgh .]

The elevation is shown in fig. 1, the ground plan in fig. 2.

Accommodation . The plan shows a porch, a ; a lobby, b ; living room, c ; kitchen, d ; back kitchen, e ; pantry, f ; dairy, g ; bed closet, h ; store closet, i ; fuel, k ; cow house, l ; pig stye, m ; yard, ...

Crying for the Light, Vol. 3 [of 3] or Fifty Years Ago

First Page:

3]

Transcribed from the 1895 Jarrold and Sons edition by David Price, email ccx074@pglaf.org. Many thanks to Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, UK, for kindly allowing their copy to be used for this transcription.

“This is the condition of humanity; we are placed as it were in an intellectual twilight where we discover but few things clearly, and yet we see enough to tempt us with the hope of making better and more discoveries.”

—BOLINGBROKE.

Crying for the Light or Fifty...

Memoirs of the Comtesse Du Barry, with minute details of her entire career as favorite of Louis XV. Written by herself

First Page:

MEMOIRS OF THE COMTESSE DU BARRY

WITH MINUTE DETAILS OF HER ENTIRE CAREER AS FAVORITE OF LOUIS XV

"WRITTEN BY HERSELF"

By Baron Etienne Leon Lamothe Langon

With a special introduction by Robert Arnot, M.A.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

Letter from Lebel Visit from Lebel Nothing conclusive Another visit from Lebel Invitation to sup with the king Instructions of the comte Jean to the comtesse

CHAPTER II

A slight preface Arrival at Versailles "La toilette" Portrait of the king The duc de Richelieu The marquis de Chauvelin The duc d...

The Wearing of the Green, or The Prosecuted Funeral Procession –by: A.M. (Alexander Martin) Sullivan

First Page:

[Transcriber's note: The spelling inconsistencies of the original are retained in this etext.]

THE

"WEARING OF THE GREEN,"

OR

THE PROSECUTED FUNERAL PROCESSION.

Let the echoes fall unbroken; Let our tears in silence flow; For each word thus nobly spoken, Let us yield a nation's woe; Yet, while weeping, sternly keeping Wary watch upon the foe.

Poem in the "NATION."

DUBLIN:

A.M. SULLIVAN, ABBEY STREET.

1868.

THE

PROSECUTED FUNERAL PROCESSION.

The...

Clear Crystals –by: Clara M. Beede

Book of 31 short poems dedicated to Soldierboys.

First Page:

CLEAR CRYSTALS

by Clara M. Beede

The Press of Flozari, Pegasus Studios Box 5804, Cleveland, 1, Ohio 1946

Dedicated to OLNEY, RUSSELL Jr., WILLIAM, ELLWOOD, And All Our Soldier Boys

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are grateful for permission to include certain poems which were first published in Reflections; Chipmunk; Scimitar and Song: Whispers; Calaveras Californian; Calaveras Prospect; Sunshine and Rain; Brown Plumes; Tulsa Tribune; Sonnets from Americanese: Fireside Chatter; Song and Story; The Arc;...

Peterkin

First Page:

PETERKIN

[Illustration: MAMMA . . . HUGGED HIM AS IF HE'D BEEN LOST FOR A YEAR.

[ Frontispiece. ]

PETERKIN

BY

MRS. MOLESWORTH

AUTHOR OF 'CARROTS,' 'CUCKOO CLOCK,' 'TELL ME A STORY'

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY H. R. MILLAR

=London= MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1902

All rights reserved

TO

"ALEX"

ALEXANDER DOBREE HERRIES

I DEDICATE THIS LITTLE STORY

155 SLOANE STREET, S.W. May Day...

Napoleon the Little

First Page:

THE WORKS OF VICTOR HUGO

Handy Library Edition

NAPOLEON THE LITTLE

THE WORKS OF VICTOR HUGO

NAPOLEON THE LITTLE

BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY

Copyright, 1909, By Little, Brown, and Company

CONTENTS

PAGE BOOK I

I. December 20, 1848 1

II. Mission of the Representatives 10

III. Notice of Expiration of Term 12

IV. Men Will Awaken 17

V. Biography ...

Physiology of the Opera

Trust Scrici for a tell all, no holds barred exposé of the modern opera . . . well, modern as of . . . er . . . say, 1852.

First Page:

Smooth Reading Good Words list: haviour ancle ancles donna donna's habitués parquette poignard prima Simms tenore

Physiology of the Opera.

"I both compose and perform Sir: and though I say it, perhaps few even of the profession possess the contra punto and the chromatic better."

CONNOISSEUR. No. 130.

"I see, Sir you Have got a travell'd air, which shows you one To whom t...

Page 1,569 of 1,571« First...102030...1,5671,5681,5691,5701,571
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons
2006-2017 thebooksage.com. All Rights Reserved.