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Lord, Teach Us To Pray

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Transcriber's Note: Obvious typographical errors have been corrected. For a complete list, please see the end of this document.

Lord, Teach Us To Pray

By Rev...

Phebe, the Blackberry Girl –by: Edward Livermore

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UNCLE THOMAS' STORIES FOR GOOD CHILDREN

PHEBE, THE BLACKBERRY GIRL.

[Illustration]

EDWARD LIVERMORE. WORCESTER.

UNCLE THOMAS'S STORIES FOR GOOD CHILDREN

[Illustration: UNCLE THOMAS.]

PHEBE, THE BLACKBERRY GIRL.

[Illustration]

1850.

INTRODUCTION.

Uncle Thomas's Stories for Good Children.

The design of this series of unpretending little books, is, to give to the Young information, joined with amusement.

They are prepared for young children, and if, from the reading of these stories, they acquire a love for good books, the co...

The History of Rome, Book II From the Abolition of the Monarchy in Rome to the Union of Italy

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THE HISTORY OF ROME, BOOK II

From the Abolition of the Monarchy in Rome to the Union of Italy

by

THEODOR MOMMSEN

Translated with the Sanction of the Author

by

William Purdie Dickson, D.D., LL.D. Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow

A New Edition Revised Throughout and Embodying Recent Additions

Preparer's Note

This work contains many literal citations of and references to foreign words, sounds, and alphabetic symbols drawn from many languages, including Gothic and Phoenician, but chiefly Latin and Greek. This English Guten...

Bee and Butterfly A Tale of Two Cousins

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BEE AND BUTTERFLY

A TALE OF TWO COUSINS

BY LUCY FOSTER MADISON

AUTHOR OF "THE PEGGY OWEN BOOKS," "A MAID OF SALEM TOWNE," "A COLONIAL MAID OF OLD VIRGINIA," etc.

ILLUSTRATED BY ADELIA B. BEARD

CHICAGO M. A. DONOHUE & CO.

COPYRIGHT 1913 BY M. A. DONOHUE & COMPANY

[Illustration: "WILLIAM," SHE CRIED, LAUGHING NERVOUSLY, "YOU HAVE MADE A MISTAKE. THAT IS MY DAUGHTER, ADELE."]

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I AN IMPULSE OF MISCHIEF

CHAPTER II THE OMEN OF THE BUTTERFLY

C...

Threads of Grey and Gold

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THREADS OF GREY AND GOLD

BY

MYRTLE REED

Author of

Lavender and Old Lace The Master's Violin Old Rose and Silver A Weaver of Dreams Flower of the Dusk At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern The Shadow of Victory Etc.

New York

GROSSET & DUNLAP

Publishers

COPYRIGHT, 1902 BY MYRTLE REED

BY MYRTLE REED:

A Weaver of Dreams Sonnets to a Lover Old Rose and Silver Master of the Vineyard Lavender and Old Lace Flower of the Dusk The Master's Violin At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern Lo...

The Girl Scouts Their History and Practice

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GIRL SCOUTS

THEIR HISTORY AND PRACTICE

" Be Prepared "

[Illustration: Emblem]

[Illustration: LESSONS IN FOOD CONSERVATION]

GIRL SCOUTS Incorporated NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS 189 Lexington Avenue New York City

Series No. 6

GIRL SCOUTS

MOTTO " Be Prepared "

[Illustration: Emblem]

SLOGAN " Do A Good Turn Daily "

PROMISE

On My Honor, I Will Try: To do my duty to God and to my Country To help other people at all times To obey the Scout Laws

LAWS

I A Girl Scout's Honor is to be trusted. ...

Outwitting Our Nerves A Primer of Psychotherapy –by: Josephine A. Jackson

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OUTWITTING OUR NERVES

A PRIMER OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

BY

JOSEPHINE A. JACKSON, M.D. HELEN M. SALISBURY

[Illustration]

NEW YORK THE CENTURY CO. 1922

1921, by THE CENTURY CO.

PRINTED IN U.S.A.

TO

MARY PATTERSON MANLY

A LOVER OF TRUTH

FOREWORD

"Your trouble is nervous. There is nothing we can cut out and there is nothing we can give medicine for." With these words a young college student was dismissed from one of our great diagnostic clinics.

The physician was right. In a nervous disorder there is nothing to cut out and there is n...

An Unpardonable Liar

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AN UNPARDONABLE LIAR

by

GILBERT PARKER

Author of Seats of the Mighty , The Battle of the Strong , etc.

Chicago Charles H. Sergel Company

1900

CHAPTER I.

AN ECHO.

"O de worl am roun an de worl am wide O Lord, remember your chillun in de mornin! It's a mighty long way up de mountain side, An day aint no place whar de sinners kin hide, When de Lord comes in de mor...

Household Administration Its Place in the Higher Education of Women –by: Various

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HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION

ITS PLACE IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION OF WOMEN

EDITED BY ALICE RAVENHILL AND CATHERINE J. SCHIFF

NEW YORK HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY 1911

Printed by BALLANTYNE, HANSON & CO. At the Ballantyne Press, Edinburgh

PREFACE

The object of this book is threefold. (1) It endeavours to define the importance and scope of household administration in the twentieth century, which, when analysed into its component parts, is found intimately to concern the right conduct and domestic care of individual human lives, from their in...

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