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Title: The Pentateuch

Identifier: ThePentateuch

Year: 1530 (1530s)

Authors: Tyndale, William, d. 1536

Subjects: Tyndale, William, d. 1536 Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Pentateuch Moses Bible Torah Taurat במדבר דברים בראשית שמות ויקרא

Publisher: Hans Luft

  

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Title: Francisci Ponae Cardiomorphoseos, siue, Ex corde desumpta emblemata sacra

Identifier: francisciponaeca00pona

Year: 1645 (1640s)

Authors: Pona, Francesco

Subjects: Heart Heart in art Emblems

Publisher: Veronae : [s.n.]

  

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PRofitetur Anatomen Diuus Amor y in Am-pliflima Vniuerfi Theatro. Mirandam fpe-dtat induftriam y quidquid ab Empireo, ad Infe-ros. DedignaturIs artus fcindere y & impura ab- dominis >4 . dominis vifcera pertentare. Gordisitantum Re- criaintrofpicit penetralia, hiiius etenim Scrvta-TOR BST soLvs. Penitiores diftinguit fibras, &fi-.nu^vtriufque, intimos inquirit receffuSj-adeovtnequidem impcicci^tiUaic rpir\»-us , Lync^um_>efugiat obtutum. Expiatu Peccatoi,^ fordibusped:us,naresne Dei foetore , ne ve eius lumin;iCulpa! turpitudine ferias : infcmtabtle namquelicet ftt Cor tuum > (^ prauttm y njt nequeat ab alijscognofciy Dominus videt, &probat illud: namqui;s funt Hominis nemo nouit y nifi Jpiritus Hominis yqui eftin ipfo. D. PauL Epift.fr^^d^or. Cor ergomerito diuus Amorperita manu contredat, & a-i^tni -^ qui folus ( vt pr. Regum 16,) nouit Homi^num Qorda: Auciori quippetantum conceditur^ confcien-tim intrare fecretamyProinde neqs Diabolus(vt D.ait Auguftinus,)

  

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Microsoft 70-337 Exam

Exam Code:70-337

Exam Name:Voice & Online Services w/ MS Lync Svr 2013 Preview

Updated:2013-05-13

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Identifier: ourwonderfulnavy00marg

Title: Our wonderful navy; the story of the sure shield in peace and war

Year: 1919 (1910s)

Authors: Margerison, John S

Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 World War, 1914-1918

Publisher: London, Cassell and Co., Ltd

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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ound them. Then the story of how the Navy completed its job was told, andthe name Vindictive became as famous as that of Victory. It appears that while cities had been arguing as to who shouldpossess Vindictive, the Navy, aided by the Army, had quietly filledher with two hundred tons of cement, distributed in her after magazinesand coal bunkers, and four days after her first famous exploit shewas a,gain ready to make another attempt. Again the weather pre-vented the attempt being made on the planned date, and the opera-tion had to be postponed till a certain combination of darkness andtide came round again. This gave time for the old cruiser Sapphoto be prepared for the honour of sharing Vindictives bed. Commodore Lyncs, to recompense him for the hard luck whichhad attended liis previous attempt on Ostend, was placed in chargeof tlie expedition, Sir Hojrcr Krycs now iiurcly supiTvisintf. In order z o Q UJ Z o ua: Q < Z < wO UJ XH < LU H D a H oz CO <H <Q Dpa <Q UJ n:

 

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> z u33 (D c u J3■oo 3O a a U ■ c si s uu o Ji u<u-asu ll373 Zeebrugge and Ostend 157 that the blockships should not miss the harbour this time, a coastalmotor boat was told off to occupy the Stroom Buoys proper place,and, after the smoke screen had been put up by her sister craft, tolight a calcium flare to mark the place of entrance. Also it was decidedthat there should be no preliminary bombardment from the sea orfrom the air, and that fire should not be opened till the enemy provedhe had seen the blockships by firing upon them. Sappho met with bad luck, for a manhole in her boilers blew out,reducing her speed to six knots, so that she had to drop out and waitfor another chance that never came. At half-past one on May 10th,1918, Vindictive was off Ostend, and the enemy made no sign of havingseen her beyond firing the star shells and flaming onions thatwere part of his nightly watching routine. Shortly after the motorboats started to make the smoke screen a solitary search

  

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Microsoft anunció la llegada de Dynamics CRM Online a Argentina

 

Microsoft anunció la disponibilidad de Argentina de su plataforma Dynamics CRM Online, que brinda a los usuarios capacidades de ventas y atención a clientes, y está integrada de forma transparente con aplicaciones de productividad líderes, como Office 365, Yammer, Lync, Skype, SharePoint y Power BI.

 

“CRM es un producto que a partir de ahora podrá utilizarse tanto alojado en el sitio del cliente como en la Nube. En 2013, la utilización del modelo on permise tuvo un crecimiento de un 125% en Argentina y Uruguay. Confiamos en que en nuestro país la implementación en la Nube tendrá una aceptación exitosa al igual que en el resto de América latina”, indicó Marina Hasson, Gerente de Canales deMicrosoft para Argentina y Uruguay.

 

Además,como parte de Microsoft Dynamics CRM online, la compañía dio a conocer Microsoft Social Listening, un nuevo servicio que añade capacidades para que las compañías incorporen nuevas herramientas de Business Inteligence para analizar y tomar decisiones en base a las conversaciones sociales. El servicio permite además monitorear productos, marcas, competidores y campañas a nivel global y en tiempo real para realmente entender a sus clientes y empresas en la web social.

 

Por otro lado, Microsoft aprovechó el encuentro con los periodistas para brindar algunos números relacionados a sus plataformas emplazadas en la Nube. La empresa, que cuenta con más de 150 socios en el país que comercializan sus productos en este segmento, registró un crecimiento del 200% en los negocios de Office 365. La plataforma ya ha sido adoptada por más de 3.000 compañías y triplicó su presencia en el país.

 

Para Ezequiel Glinsky, Director de la Unidad de Productividad de Microsoft Argentina y Uruguay, “Las empresas saben que la Nube ha dejado de ser una tendencia para convertirse en una realidad. En los últimos años alcanzamos un crecimiento de tres dígitos en este segmento. Los usurarios eligen Office 365 porque es una plataforma segura y poderosa que les permite acceder desde cualquier lugar y dispositivo a todas las herramientas de Office”.

 

En cuanto a Microsoft Azure, la plataforma de nube abierta y flexible, muestra un marcado desarrollo: en lo que va del 2014 creció en la Argentina un 400%, y ya representa el 4% del poder de cómputo nuevo del país, corriendo tanto con tecnología de Microsoft como de manera open source.

 

La entrada Microsoft anunció la llegada de Dynamics CRM Online a Argentina aparece primero en RedUSERS.

 

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Title: Arte de la lengua matlaltzinga mui copioso y assi mismo una suma y arte abrebiado

Identifier: artedelalenguama00basa

Year: 1640 (1640s)

Authors: Basalenque, Diego, 1577-1651 León, Nicolás, 1859-1929. fmo RIBRL

Subjects: Manuscripts, Matlatzinca Manuscripts, Mexican Matlatzinca language Matlatzinca language Indian linguistics Manuscripts Imprint 1640

Publisher: [Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico : s.n.]

  

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Title: A treatise, of weights, mets and measvres of Scotland. With their qvantities, and trve foundation, and sundrie profitable observations, arising vpon everie one of them. Together with the art of metting, measuring & compting all sort of land with diverse tables

Identifier: treatiseofweight00hunt

Year: 1624 (1620s)

Authors: Huntar, Alexander

Subjects: Surveying Weights and measures

Publisher: Edinbvrgh : Printed by I. Wreittoun

  

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I THE RVLE OF MEASVRINGTriangled Squares* SOmcpecccsoflandmay falloutas thefe two figuresfollowing, and fuchhkc. And albeit they may divi-ded and caften in Triangles, and fo by the rule of Tri-angles mcafured , yet they haue their proper rule, andmeafuring as followeth. You fhall joy ne both the mea-furcs of theendes in one fumme, and take the halfe ofthat number for the bredch,thcrafter meafure the lengthofthepeccc, as you fee the Lyncdrawne through themiddefthccrc. Example, Supponc the end of thelitle peccc to bee SFalles, and the nether end i2 Fal-Ics, they being joyncd and added together arc 20. The halfe of Mcafurine; of Land. 2P halfc whereofi> lO ,for the breadth , and the length otthe middle Lync,is 50 Falles. Whenyou feekethc Ta-ble in the Columne of 10 Falles of breadth,you will findagainft the number 30. I ♦Acre, and 3 Roodes: and 2OFalles for thequanticic of thisleaft peccc, and in likemanner, you fhall meafure the other figure alfo. 50

 

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12 THE RVLE FOR MEASVRING Of }VOO^S, MOSSES. o4N2) LOCHESjorotherpeecesof Land,vvhichis defor-med, and Wequall in all fides ^ O R meafuring fuch peeces of Land, asare evill fa{kioned,and cannot be meafu-red,except it bccaftenin many Squares,and Triangles:then to fave labour v\ hereLand is watrie, or can not bcefecne forftanding Wood, and fuch othcnmpedi-menrs. For meafuring thereof, or fuch other peeces ofLand, as this prefent figure is, it fiiall bee beft to adde and

  

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Title: The altar of Damascus, or the patern of the English hierarchie, and church policie obtruded upon the Church of Scotland

Identifier: altarof00cald

Year: 1621 (1620s)

Authors: Calderwood, David, 1575-1650

Subjects: Church of England Church of England Church of Scotland

Publisher: [Amsterdam?]

  

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ua , L si ever bound to rctai : 11 her own hands th: >fc cl c hr: ji\ perfon to hai chirgr »if il Thii liberty of J wasaAr. -v!. ;: J to be to < Cgtoun ded upon th« prinnnlcs ol nature, thai ;h;:% lir. jl I I •. n nie CK ikes 1 : tij cd h Chui h v.n \.» j 11 . wh :tc tl . ;:. ; in ilu C oun« i-tl ol Trcnffh Bi- I (hop, Kvio I to c u : * Fcrc*1 toatrviU»aitd tin* t. called i.u •, r. IJ-i in oui luijibboui ( huuh I .»J no fuch c ill.tut.on ihe Bifl thimfclictryi I c. *p, »hom hep!,a- I lech, i a Sj 11 d« to j lync *.:! j hi rife IS Pi:: of 4 benefice, he malu ch not, noi j c< reccivcilany olfcr of alette of tr . ike wonlucii n » b n ihe Church it undt, m ether the Biflxy 01 I;>:P *. Now what is this exam o,t • /• , furily very fupct I ) • ui- Th • ft of any in authorise 1 . the Uift* >ps Ik uul intent. An I i r m »• txtfimtfuU %tb% t r::it: . fcyth Mr tbebt . »th , that f/riiil 14 /•/? t ■. ......: </*\ frato -- v >;; p./ r /u*. i, » rJ

 

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The Zero Email™ program invites Business Technologists to join the blueKiwi communities, stimulates to use OCS/Lync for online meetings and helps to transfer to Sharepoint.

 

"Isabelle" and her virtual colleagues will help to become familiar with the new collaborative environment. This video is created to inspire to work in a new way, shows where and how to use the collaboration tools to advantage in our various roles.

 

In this video, find out how "Isabelle" (a great example of a Team Leader!) takes advantage of our Collaborative environment thanks to blueKiwi, Sharepoint, Lync/OCS!

 

The Zero Email™ program invites Business Technologists to join the blueKiwi communities, stimulates to use OCS/Lync for online meetings and helps to transfer to Sharepoint.

 

The Business Technologist "Matt" and his virtual colleagues have become familiar with the new collaborative environment. This video is created to inspire to work in a new way, showing where and how to use the collaboration tools to advantage in our various roles.

 

"Matt" (a brilliant Project Manager by the way!) takes his advantage of the Atos Collaborative environment thanks to blueKiwi, Sharepoint, Lync/OCS!

Title: Rerum medicarum Novae Hispaniae thesaurus, seu, Plantarum animalium mineralium Mexicanorum historia

Identifier: rerummedicarumno00hern

Year: 1651 (1650s)

Authors: Hernández, Francisco, 1517-1587 Cesi, Federico, 1585-1630. Phytosophicae tabulae Colonna, Fabio, 1567-1650 Deversini, Biagio, 17th cent Faber, Johannes, 1574-1629 Greuter, Johann Friedrich, 1590-1662 Hernández, Francisco, 1517-1587. Historiae animalium et mineralium Novae Hispaniae liber unicus Mascardi, Vitale Masotti, Zenobio, fl. 1663-1671 Recchi, Nardo Antonio Terentius, Joannes, 1576-1630

Subjects: Natural history Materia medica

Publisher: Romae : Ex typographeio Vitalis Mascardi

  

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ris (u.s l.gneis deambukt , n.i. defeflum,hum^quiefca . Macuhc m mare, qma mgriore p.lo eft mmus confp.cue& mules funt , quam m femma. Teftes ex latenbus fo l.cu orum cum,mambus cuerfi, t m magni eos attrecrant, man.feftantur, quam ab ,,fdem fol-cuhs continer poffunt.Humoris .llius vero odoriferi fcu l.quons ex mare plus««■*• xtr h tur quamexfem.na.quodfefquiduplamagnitud.nefolhculos ma.ores,ztoh, extramiur Hu i rurfddulos & refertos atq.temma pofsideat. <:oUig.iur eoldemque hquore hoc non minus turgiauios « reicrco> o. ^ . r „ ^SJT Alternis diebus ex.m.tur l.quor zftiuis cempor,bus:h,eme vero.qu.a mmus eltflu.dus.bis in hebdomade. Figura iuxta adpifta delcr.b.t reg,onem vnde au-mor exhauritur,folliculofq. iplbs mambus inuerfos fpeaabihus propomt, qu,-bus folliculis ad latus foraminum (qua inftrumento humorem exempcuro in-greffus datur) in externa parte teftes adhaerent. Ani- IO. FABRI LYNCEI EXPOSITIONE Animalis Zibethici Fcemin^ Icon D. Fabij Coiamna Lync. 58i

 

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In fxmina teftes illi perquihti,non inueniu!itur;molliorcs enim funt iili vtri- Partrc %culi fcu foIhculi,nec vtin marc grumofitas illa & durities oblonga teftium per- hSSfillTtioitur . Afferit D. ieCorduba fe olim in ardibus AiuHtijfmi Card.Farnesu fami- ™M?S-nam Catulos duos enixam vidifle. Mammilla? in noftra cjuatuor inuentz funt plures enim, quamuis adhibita fummadiligetiajiorum animalium Cuftos nonpotmt obieruare: quia animal euerti fe non patiebatur, nec in ventre manuumatta&um admittebat,vtcunque alioquiin clunibus &fub brachijs,fine vllo mo-leftia? fenfu fe paljfti permitteret. Caitera fa>:nina cum Mare communia habet.Oculorum pupilla nigricans oblonga , parum fuperne rotunda ,imWin acurum terminatur. Oculi ver6 nec albidifunt, vt Felium ; fed tiwno.d&o.res ex colore caftaneo & flauefccnte mixto: nec hilares,fed potius triftes, &de-•preffi magis, quam eminentes. Roftrum piiis denudatum, & nares nifecan-tes vt Canum, fiflura fatis infranctum

  

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Title: Le theatre de l'art de charpentier : enrichi de diuerses figures, auec l'interpretation dicelles faict & dresse

Identifier: letheatredelartd00jous

Year: 1627 (1620s)

Authors: Jousse, Mathurin, b. 1607

Subjects: Building, Wooden Carpentry Architecture

Publisher: A La Fleche : Chez Georges Griueau ...

  

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es marquées C. quiferont à chaque quartier de la montée paÂenc au frauers du neyau, & y mettre depetits liens marqués D. par dclTous, pour aider à fupporteries courbes qui ferontafTembléesaucclefdites contremarches. Au bife du noyeau A. ily auravnpiuotde fer qui portera fur vue coiiete de fer, où entrera le bout du piuot ; lautre boutduhautleratenuàplomb, auec vne pièce de bois où entrera le bout du noyau B,qui fera arrondy de la groffcur de trois poulces, pour le faire tourner lorsquonvoudra fermer lenti ée des chambres auec la clef, ou autrement, ce qui fe fera fa-cilement, eftant fait de ccfte façon.- la faifant tourner vn quartier,coutes les cham-bres &: entrées de la montée feront fermées, mefmes sil y auoic quelques vns danslamontée, nefçauroient enfortir. Elle peut feruir à deux corps de logis, pour-.ueu que les eftages foient de pareille hauteur, & enleuées de dix ou douze pieds,6Îque les ouuerturcs des chambres foient au droict lync de lautre.

 

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I/o Le Xticatrcde TArC CXXIII. FIGVRE.

  

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Identifier: cambridgeitshist00grayuoft

Title: Cambridge and its history : with sixteen illustrations in colour by Maxwell Armfield, and sixteen other illustrations

Year: 1912 (1910s)

Authors: Gray, Arthur, 1852-1940

Subjects: University of Cambridge Universities and colleges -- England History

Publisher: London : Methuen

Contributing Library: OISE - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

  

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es of Michaelhouse served thecollege. The Michaelhouse range, containing the hall,was prolonged northwards in 1554, so as to com-plete the western side of the court; but originallyit was only carried as far as the present door of theMasters lodge. There it joined a range built at rightangles to it, in 1554, which was carried eastwards asfar as the gate-tower of Edward III. This tower hadserved as the entrance to the court of Kings Hall, andwas built about 1432 : it stood where the sundial nowstands, between the Great Gate and the Masterslodge. The chapel was finished, as the date abovethe east window shows, in 1564, and occupied itspresent site. The eastern range and the southernrange, extending as far as the chambers retainedfrom Michaelhouse, were finished before 1599. QueenElizabeths gate-tower, in the southern range, bearson it the date 1597. The Great Gate, which is nowthe principal entrance to the College, had belongedto Kings Hall, and was completed in 1535. Another .v-^\^,::^-

 

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THK KOLNTAIN \NI> KINC. KUWAKU IMS TOWRK IN THK HkM H)LkT,TRINITY COI.LE(iE TRANSITION 99 portion of Kings Hall survives in the range whichfaces the bowling-green and extends northwards fromKing Edwards gate-tower. After ages of degradationthis charming relic of the fourteenth century hasbeen recently rediscovered and restored to somethingof its original form and beauty by the skill of Mr.Caroe. The lines of the ranges so far erected were dictatedby those of the buildings which were retained fromMichaelhouse, Kings Hall and some of the incor-porated hostels. The result, as shown in Lyncs planof 1574, was a very irregular court. The portion ofthe northern range which stood between the lodgeand King Edwards gate was advanced much furthersouth than the chapel. Dr. Nevile, who was Masterfrom 1593 to 1615 and directed all the works, in-cluding the new hall, in those years conceived a boldplan for correcting the irregularity and bringing thecourt into harmony with the usual collegiate pl

  

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Title: Illinois Agricultural Association record [microform]

Identifier: 5060538.1923-1930

Year: 1923 (1920s)

Authors: Illinois Agricultural Association; Illinois Agricultural Association. Record

Subjects: Agriculture -- Illinois

Publisher: Mendota, Ill. : The Association

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CkeA. MankaU 24th District O K's \^uto Insurance Plan Shawneetown Meet Fa^ bureau members from the countfes of Saline, White, Johnson, and Gallatin meeting on Nov. 15 at Shawnee- town in the I. A. A. 24th district conference, went on record urging all members in the district to co- operate with the Illinois Agricul- tural Auto Insur- ance Company in securing the membership re- quire!] to establish the company. Charles Marshall, I. A. A. Com- mitte>man from this district, called the iieeting to order but Andrew Turn !r presided as permanent chair nan. Mi k marketing discussions which prevailed esirly in the day revealed that farmers in the adjoining coun- ties I re not satisfied with price and marketing conditions. A. D. Lync 1, director of dairy marketing, will >e asked to come in and make an ir vestigation. In Johnson coun- ty, 1 auling difficulties have arisen and exorbitant charges are made so tlat the net return per 100 lbs. of milk is comparatively low. Lccal dairies in Harrisburg are paying $2.60 per 100 lbs. it was re- ported. A resolution endorsing the action of the Illinois Agricultural Associa- tion in trying to secure remunera- tion for local farm buieaus that se- cure business for the Producers was passed. A campaign was urged to I apo! is tention to Sov. 16-17. farm by letter cojpies of res- regard- i^gricultural . Moved tullock that stating I. answiering ques-

 

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Route 3 over the lllinoii River at Bearditown wu submerged under several feet of water when the flood reached its highest stage. Travel over this route was stopped and the people of the city were forced to go about in row boats to their occupations. Thr lower floor in the Park Hotel was raised three times to keep it above the flofid waters. Portions of the bottom lands were submerged under 20 to 25 feet of water and around 140,000 acres are still under water. Only seven drainage districts out of 21 that went out will be reclaimed according to one local attorney. i nd seconded by Ogelvie make an- of the Association. Executive Committee Broadcast Features Program Over WLS A cross section of farm senti- ment in Illinois under the caption "What Farmers Are Thinking About" was the featur; of the I. A. A. half hour over r idio station WLS on Thursday, Nov. 4, broad- cast by members of he Illinois Agricultural Association, Executive Committee. Chas. Finley of Vcrmi lion county, vice-president of the I, A. A. re- lated some of his observ itions while serving as an election judge in his home precinct. Frank Barton gave summary of crop, liv farm conditions in county. Chas. Marshall county told his audience em Illinois'farmers had this year. Frank Oexner of Monroe county dwelt on the gloiies.of sweet clover the life-saver cro ) for South- em Illinois. Sam Sorrells told what the Illi- nois Farm Bureau Serira Associa- tion had done for farm members. Wm. Webb county told his listener; how to se- lect a good ear of se !d com for the International, whure he has judged for many ydars. Bert Leeper, manager of the Illinois Fruit Exchange answer !d questions and talked interestingl r about the 1926 apple crop in Illinois. influence the people i f Southern Illinois to use soft wheit flour, for the sake of boosting th;; soft wheat industry throughout thp section of the state. Farm Advisers Whitchurch, Creighton. Simpson, ai|d Foote at- tended the meeting. a general istock, and Livingston of Johnson that South- good crops bureau of Will Rock Phosphate Pays On G. F. Tullock Farm Forty bushels of wheat per acre op a rock phosphated field in Win- nebago county is ^^k^^^^ the record made j^Hm^^ season by G. W^ ^^H ^- Tullock, mem- V ^^^H. ^^^ °^ ^^^ Execu- / ^ ^^^^^ tive Committee of ^ /^^^^V ^^^ Illinois Agri- \J/^^^F cultural Associa' >^^^^P^ tion. Sweet clover fl^^^^^^ was sown with ^^^^^^^^^1 the wheat as a ^^Hi^^^^H catch crop. ^^^^^^^^^^^ This particular aF. TuUock field had been used many years as an experiment field by the Uni- versity of Illinois. On all the plots where rock phos- phate and limestone had been ap- plied during the time the state was operating the field, there was a growth of 14 to 16 inches of sweet clover, while on tKe border strips and check plots the sweet clover was short and hardly reached above the stubble. These results were obtained fol- lowing a lapse of at least five years since any applications other than barnyard manure were made. Tul- lock says that this is the most strik- ing illustration of the lasting ef- fects of limestone and rock phos phate he has ever seen. Gas Tax and Income Tax with Exemptions (Continued from coL 3, page 1.) exemptions to remove the possibil- ities of any further burden from the farm and home owner, will be recommended to the executive com- mittee for adoption. Such a law it was pointed out would bring in- come from intangibles, also other large incomes into the taxing sys- tem, so that a portion of the tax load might be lifted from real estate. It was recommended that the mat- ter of improving and perhaps liber- alizing the amendment clause of the state Constitution be considered by the joint committee represent- ing the different organizations sup- porting the tax amendment. Likewise the establishment of a joint commission made up of repre- sentatives of the General Assembly and the larger state organizations to investigate the working of the present tax system and of the tax systems of other states, was recom- mended. The committee contem- plates a continuous campaign to show the necessity of amending the revenue article to the constitution.

  

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Title: Les Conquestes amoureuses du grand Alcandre dans les Pays-Bas, avec les intrigues de la cour

Identifier: lesconquestesamo02cour

Year: 1688 (1680s)

Authors: Courtilz de Sandras, Gatien, 1644-1712

Subjects: Louis XIV, roi de France, 1638-1715

Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.]

  

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Identifier: francisciponaeca00pona

Title: Francisci Ponae Cardiomorphoseos, siue, Ex corde desumpta emblemata sacra

Year: 1645 (1640s)

Authors: Pona, Francesco

Subjects: Heart Heart in art Emblems

Publisher: Veronae : [s.n.]

Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

  

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introfpicit penetralia, hiiius etenim Scrvta-TOR BST soLvs. Penitiores diftinguit fibras, &fi-.nu^vtriufque, intimos inquirit receffuSj-adeovtnequidem impcicci^tiUaic rpir\»-us , Lync^um_>efugiat obtutum. Expiatu Peccatoi,^ fordibusped:us,naresne Dei foetore , ne ve eius lumin;iCulpa! turpitudine ferias : infcmtabtle namquelicet ftt Cor tuum > (^ prauttm y njt nequeat ab alijscognofciy Dominus videt, &probat illud: namqui;s funt Hominis nemo nouit y nifi Jpiritus Hominis yqui eftin ipfo. D. PauL Epift.fr^^d^or. Cor ergomerito diuus Amorperita manu contredat, & a-i^tni -^ qui folus ( vt pr. Regum 16,) nouit Homi^num Qorda: Auciori quippetantum conceditur^ confcien-tim intrare fecretamyProinde neqs Diabolus(vt D.ait Auguftinus,) Jnima ^idere poteft cogitationes:idenim argumentum fuit Deitatisin Chrifto: ex quo e-tiam Angelis hoc priuilegium fuit denegatum, fo-lius \)Qi proprium^ qui( vt habemus Rom. cap.4.)rvocat ea qUienon funty tamquam ea 3 quaftnt. - - . -!q Verbum

 

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Identifier: choiceofemblemes00whit

Title: A Choice of Emblemes, and other devises : For the moste parte gathered out of sundrie writers, Englished and Moralized. And divers newly devised

Year: 1586 (1580s)

Authors: Whitney, Geffrey, 1548?-1601?

Subjects: Emblems

Publisher: Imprinted at Leyden : In the house of Christopher Plantyn, by Francis Raphelengius

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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NE c E s s IT 1 E doth vige, the PQpinbye to prate.And birdes, to dcawc theirbuckettsvp,,and pickethcire mcatc-through , grate: . ■Which warneth them, whoe needes muft eytherfeme,orpine:With willing harte, no paines to fhunne, and freedomc to refignCoFldCit uhifa^mMith? m u mn ft que amMutm :.mnci cum nequec, £qu(hmim(^fero. jfmmicorum dona^ infiuBa,

 

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37 IF of thy foe, thow doeft a gifte receauc;Efteeme it not, for feare the fates doe lower.And with the gifte, ofte tyme thie life doe reaue.Yea giftes wee reade, haue fliche a fecret power, That oftentimes J they Lync e v s eies doe blindcj.And he that giues, the taker fafte doth binde. To A I A X hcare , a fworde did Hector (ende,A girdle ftronge, to him did A i a x yeelde,With Hectors gifte, did A i ax woorke his ende.And A I A X gifte, halde H e c Io r throughe the fielde:Of mortall foes, then fee noe gifte thow take,Altlioughe a while, a truce witli them thow make. —aut vUa putatii Dona car ere dolit Dunaum, &f. Sic tttulo obfequij, qua wittunt hoRibus hoHesMuncra, venturi fra(ck fata fermt. E 3 Laocoon apiijVirgiliumhb.iCneid.i.Hc Atequo, lo<]uunrTroianit.Alciat. N0» 3 8 !Hon locm rulrum^ fed yir locum or not. to the Honor ahU 5ir Phillip Sidney Kmghti<^ouernourof the Gxmfin atid towne of Vlipng.

  

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Identifier: memoirshalfcent00atwa

Title: Memoirs: half a century of recollections of an unusually active life; considerable space devoted to the progress of the city of Meriden and its people; enterprises organized in many places, covering varied lines of business

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Atwater, Francis, 1858-1935

Subjects: Atwater family

Publisher: [Meriden, Conn., Horton Printing Co.]

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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never acknowledges reduced production is a factor butblames the condition on Wall street or the profiteer,but I want to say right here the greatest cause of highrents and materials is the minimum hours, maximumpay and curtailed production, which organized laborhas set for its standard. Whatever benefit it has been to the working classeshas been more than offset by the utter demoralizationand lack of encouragement for its members to return inlabor the equivalent of what it is paid for. If on theother hand the organization was not led by demagogsit could be turned to be the greatest blessing of man-kind by insisting its members should be masters oftheir trade before being allowed to join, that theyshould do a days work for a days pay, that workmenshould be graded as to their ability, compensationgraded likewise, which would be a stimulus to reach thehighest grade, and last but not least, make merit afactor for recognition instead of coercion, intimidation 240 MEMOIES MERIDEN MEN OF MARK

 

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AARON L. COLLINS (Deceased.)Cutlery and Silver Ware Manufacturer. MEMOIRS 241 and thuggery. The organization must drop lots of itsrules and regulations which interfere with the freedomof the employer, and also recognize that if others donot want to belong to organized labor they have rightswhich must be respected. Some years ago the chairman of the chapel, who isthe person that represents the union in the composingroom, informed me it had been voted the night beforethat I must not do any more work in that room. I toldhim where he and his union could go, that if they didnot like my actions there was nothing to hinder theirgetting out, but as the owner I proposed to stay. Hethen told me that some of the members had appealedfrom the vote to the international president at Indian-apolis, Ind., and nothing further would be done untilhe reported back. I informed the chairman that he orany one else could not tell me when I could or could notwork; that unions had no claim on me. President Lync

  

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Title: Sermons of Master Iohn Caluin upon the booke of Iob

Identifier: sermonsofmasteri00calv

Year: 1574 (1570s)

Authors: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564

Subjects: Bible Sermons, French

Publisher: London : Imprinted by Lucas Harison and George Byshop

  

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readc sught. 740.b 66 put out it. 743^14 for prefent, reade prcuent. 744. a 4 for finedncfle, resdefcyncdneflc. 744.hu for n:ay,rcadc way, 746. in the fecond lync of thexi.vcrfeinthe tcjct,forcate,rcadeatc. 7?i.b 4.f©»hundred,rcadc hundredth. JaifsJi. f The Sermons of Maifter lohn Cal- uin vpon the booke of lob.Thejirtt Sermon ypon the firU Chapter. THere was in thelande of Hus a man named lob, founde and vprbht,fearing God, and withdrawing himfelfe from euill. Pag i. HE better to profit our fel-ues by that which is contained in this prefent booke,firfl and formoft it be- [houeth \s to vnderftande the fumme ofit.Fortheftoriehcre written, fhe- iwethvshowewe be in Gods hande, and that it lyethin him to determineorourlyfe, and todifpofe of the fame according to his good pleafure-.andthatit isourdutieto fubmitourfelues uelcommes toputatoy inourhead,tl.atGodisourdead-vnto him with al humblenefle and obedience: and thatjt is 20 ly enimie, and that it is not for vs to reforte any more vnto

 

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hath once kindled the fire, he hath alfo his beliowes:that isto fay,he fyndeth men that are fit to pricke vs always for-ward, bothe to feede the euill, and to encreafe it. So thenwe fhall fee howe Iob(befides the miferie that he endured)was alfo tormented bothe by his frendes and by his wyfe,and faboue all) by fuche as came to tempt him fpiritually.For I call it a fpirituall temptation, not onely when we beefmitten and airlifted in our bodies: but alfo when thedi- goodreafon,thatwefhouldebee wholly his, bothe to liueand dye : and fpecially that when it pleafeth him to lay hishand vpon vs,althoughweperceiue not forwhatcaufehedoth it,yet we fhould glorify him continualiy,acknowled-ging him to be iuft and vpright, and not to grudge againfthim, nor fall to firming with him, afluring our felues thatwe fhal always be vanquifhed in pleading againft him. Sothen, die thing that we haue briefly to beare in mynde inthis ftorie, is, that God hath fuche a foueraintie ouer his him, but rathertoaffu

  

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Title: Dictionnaire de géographie ancienne et moderne à l'usage du libraire et de l'amateur de livres;

Identifier: dictionnairede00desc

Year: 1592 (1590s)

Authors: Deschamps, P. (Pierre), 1821-1906

Subjects: Geography Printing Names, Geographical

Publisher: Paris Dorbon-Ainé

  

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Title: The Holie Bible : conteynyng the Olde Testament and the Newe

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