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DISTURBANCES OF THE HEART
Discussion of the Treatment of the Heart in Its Various Disorders, With a Chapter on Blood Pressure
OLIVER T. OSBORNE, A.M., M.D. Professor of Therapeutics and formerly Professor of Clinical Medicine in Yale Medical School NEW HAVEN, CONN.
THE JOURNAL of AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Five Hundred Thirty Five North Dearborn Street, Chicago
The second edition of this book is offered with the hope that it will b...
First Page:The Heir of Kilfinnan, by W.H.G. Kingston.
The book opens with our hero, Dermot O'Neil, out fishing in a small boat that he usually went with his widowed mother in. The catch being good he went up to the nearby castle, the abode of the Earl Kilfinnan, where he easily sells his fish, and is asked to come back with more the next day. Being a good looking and well mannered 12 year old, he wins the admiration of the Earl's daughter and her cousin, who offer to teach him to read. When the...
First Page:Under the Meteor Flag Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War
By Harry Collingwood This is well written and full of action. The formula is very much the same as Kingston's gales, shipwrecks, rafts, hand to hand battles, and above all, a super smart midshipman who doesn't even shave yet, but who has influence in the Navy.
It is a good yarn, but there are a couple of things I do not like about it. One is the habit of giving people surnames that are also parts of the ship. I...
First Page:The Kirk on Rutgers Farm
[Illustration: Church of the Sea and Land]
NEW YORK Fleming H Revell Company 1919
To the Men and Women who gave that the old church might remain at Market and Henry Streets
It is evident that the preparation of this volume has been a labor of love.
Of the sanctuary which, for one hundred years, has stood on the corner of Market and Henry Streets, the author, like many others who have put t...
First Page:The Wreck of the Nancy Bell; or, Cast Away on Kerguelen Land
By John Conroy Hutcheson
A well written nautical novel by J.C. Hutcheson. The "Nancy Bell" appears to be a well found ship, on its way out from the United Kingdom to New Zealand, but she is beset early on by a severe storm which leaves her rudderless and mastless. One of the passengers was an ex Royal Navy Commander who, for some reason, was travelling incognito. He had offered the Captain advice which was rejected as the Captain thought it c...
First Page:This Treatise on the Diseases of Women Is Dedicated to the Women of the World.
Yours for Health Lydia E. Pinkham
This entire book copyrighted in 1901 and 1904 by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., of Lynn, Mass., U. S. A. All rights reserved and will be protected by law.
List of Lydia E. Pinkham's Remedies.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Put up in three forms: Liquid, Lozenge, and Pills Price, $1.00 LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S LIVER PILLS, per Box " .25 LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S BLOOD PURIFIER ...
First Page:A SON OF THE SUN
BY JACK LONDON
I. A Son of the Sun
II. The Proud Goat of Aloysius Pankburn
III. The Devils of Fuatino
IV. The Jokers of New Gibbon
V. A Little Account With Swithin Hall
VI. A Goboto Night
VII. The Feathers of the Sun
VIII. The Peabls of Parlay
A SON OF THE SUN
Chapter One A SON OF THE SUN
The Willi Waw lay in the passage between the shore reef and the outer reef. From the latter came the low murmur of a lazy surf, but the sheltered stretch of water, not more th...
First Page:Under Drake's Flag:
A Tale of the Spanish Main by G A Henty.
Chapter 1: The Wreck on the Devon Coast. Chapter 2: Friends and Foes. Chapter 3: On the Spanish Main. Chapter 4: An Unsuccessful Attack. Chapter 5: Cast Ashore. Chapter 6: In the Woods. Chapter 7: An Attack in Force. Chapter 8: The Forest Fastness. Chapter 9: Baffled. Chapter 10: Southward Ho! Chapter 11...