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Tales from the Arabic

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TALES FROM THE ARABIC Of the Breslau and Calcutta (1814 18) editions of The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night not occurring in the other printed texts of the work, Now first done into English By John Payne In Three Volumes: ...

The Testimony of the Bible Concerning the Assumptions of Destructive Criticism –by: S. E. Wishard

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THE

TESTIMONY OF THE BIBLE

CONCERNING THE

Assumptions of Destructive Criticism

BY

S.E. WISHARD, D.D.

LOS ANGELES, CAL.

JOHNSON & HANEY

BIBLE INSTITUTE PRESS

1909

Copyright, 1909

By S.E. WISHARD, D.D.

Presentation Copy

"In the defence and confirmation of the truth"

Phil 1:7

BIBLE INSTITUTE

Los Angeles, Calif.

FOREWORD.

This booklet is sent out To all Sabbath school teachers, To the young people of the Christian churches, And to all believers in the living Word .

...

The Zankiwank and The Bletherwitch An Original Fantastic Fairy Extravaganza –by: S. J. Adair Fitzgerald

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[Illustration: The Zankiwank & The Bletherwitch]

The Zankiwank and The Bletherwitch

An Original Fantastic Fairy Extravaganza

" Imagination is always the ruling and divine power, and the rest of the man is only the instrument which it sounds, or the tablet on which it writes. " JOHN RUSKIN.

[Illustration]

THE ZANKIWANK & THE BLETHERWITCH

BY S.J. ADAIR FITZGERALD

WITH PICTURES BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

[Illustration]

LONDON J.M. DENT & Co. ALDINE HOUSE E.C. 1896

All Rights Reserv...

Harlequin and Columbine

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HARLEQUIN AND COLUMBINE

By Booth Tarkington

I

For a lucky glimpse of the great Talbot Potter, the girls who caught it may thank that conjunction of Olympian events which brings within the boundaries of one November week the Horse Show and the roaring climax of the football months and the more dulcet, yet vast, beginning of the opera season. Some throbbing of attendant multitudes coming to the ears of Talbot Potter, he obeyed an inward call to walk to rehearsal by way of Fifth Avenue, and turning out of Forty fourth Street to become part of the peo...

San Pantaleone

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San Pantaleone

GABRIELE D'ANNUNZIO.

SAN PANTALEONE.

FIRENZE, G. BARB`ERA, EDITORE.

1886.

Compiute le formalità prescritte dalla Legge, i diritti di riproduzione e traduzione sono riservati.

INDICE

SAN PANTALEONE.

ANNALI D'ANNA.

L'IDILLIO DELLA VEDO...

History of Modern Philosophy From Nicolas of Cusa to the Present Time –by: Richard Falckenberg

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HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY

From Nicolas of Cusa to the Present Time

by

RICHARD FALCKENBERG

Professor of Philosophy in the University of Erlangen

THIRD AMERICAN FROM THE SECOND GERMAN EDITION

TRANSLATED WITH THE AUTHOR'S SANCTION BY A.C. ARMSTRONG, JR. Professor of Philosophy in Wesleyan University

1893

TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.

The aim of this translation is the same as that of the original work. Each is the outcome of experience in university instruction in philosophy, and is intended to furnish a manual which shall be at ...

Maria Mitchell: Life, Letters, and Journals –by: Maria Mitchell

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[Illustration: Maria Mitchell]

MARIA MITCHELL

LIFE, LETTERS, AND JOURNALS

Compiled By

PHEBE MITCHELL KENDALL

Illustrated

1896

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

The parents Home life Education, teachers, books Astronomical instruments Solar eclipse of 1831 Teaching Appointment as librarian of Nantucket Atheneum Friendships for young people Extracts from diary, 1855 Music The piano Society Story telling Housework Extract from diary, 1854

CHAPTER II

"Sweeping" the heavens Discovery of the comet, 1847 Frederick VI...

Lectures on Modern history

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E text prepared by Geoffrey Cowling

LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY

by

LORD ACTON (JOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG ACTON)

INAUGURAL LECTURE

ON THE STUDY OF HISTORY

Delivered at Cambridge, June 1895

FELLOW STUDENTS I look back today to a time before the middle of the century, when I was reading at Edinburgh and fervently wishing to come to this University. At three colleges I applied for admission, and, as things then were, I was refused by all. Here, from the first, I vainly fixed my hopes, and here, in a happier hour, after five and forty yea...

Imperial Purple

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IMPERIAL PURPLE

By

EDGAR SALTUS

CONTENTS

I. That Woman II. Conjectural Rome III. Fabulous Fields IV. The Pursuit of the Impossible V. Nero VI. The House of Flavia VII. The Poison in the Purple VIII. Faustine IX. The Agony

I

THAT WOMAN

When the murder was done and the heralds shouted through the thick streets the passing of Caesar, it was the passing of the republic they announced, the foundation of Imperial Rome.

There was a hush, then a riot which frightened a senate that frightened the world. Caesar...

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