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N470 arrives into Corio doing some 'wrong line running' as it allows the "Geelong Flyer" to take the normal line on its express run from Geelong to Melbourne. Here N470 was hauling an all stations run from Marshall to Melbourne, from Lara this train would switch back over to its 'normal side'.

 

Friday 12th December 2014

N470 leads the down Albury passenger train towards Bunbury Street tunnel. Due to the service to Albury being a standard gauge service, these trains must run via Dynon and the goods lines.

N470 with 8620 up Albury pass at Jacana on a very foggy and humid afternoon. 14/12/12

Title: Recueil d'emblemes diuers : auec des discours moraux, philosophiques, et politiques, tirez de diuers autheurs, anciens & modernes

Identifier: recueildemblemes00bau

Year: 1638 (1630s)

Authors: Baudoin, Jean, 1590?-1650 Briot, Isaac, 1585-1670, engraver Briot, Marie, engraver Villery, Jacques, publisher

Subjects: Emblems Emblem books, French Emblem books

Publisher: A Paris : Chez Iacques Villery ...

  

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Par Con chant le Prince desjipojlresfe relJouuint de Jafaute, ^/ense-pentit. Envnmai yCcfl par fon chant que lafamé feuient aux malades, c^l^eJj?oir a ceux^ûi nen ont point] CW lardeur de laFiéuresejleinrpeu àpew, que la douleur des blelfeu-t^fe diminue ^O que les Âmes efgareesfontrcmïjesdans le chemin de la Fcjy^ comme parhy-mt/me encore îtfus- Chriji corrige les Pé-cheurs^ 0* les reUut de leur cheute. -v

 

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Title: Acta horti bergiani : Meddelanden från Kongl. Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Trädgård Bergielund

Identifier: actahortibergian297berg

Year: 1891 (1890s)

Authors: Bergianska stiftelsen; Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien. Trädgård Bergielund

Subjects: Botany

Publisher: Stockholm : Bergianska Stiftelsen

Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

  

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heten. Den store trädgårdsodlaren Louis van Houtte i Gent upptager uti sin salukatalog för år 1841 (el. 1842) ej mindre än 358 varieteter af engelska pen- séer '). Han utbjuder efter säljarens urval 25 varieteter till 25 — 50 francs, 50 varieteter till 40—85 francs, o. s. v., samt efter köparens eget urval 200 varieteter med namn till 200 francs, hvilket allt sammanlagdt hän- tyder på, att penséen vid denna tid var en första klassens modeblomma i Belgien -). Bland öfriga belgiska pensc-för- ädlare från 1840-talet böra främst ihågkommas Haouin i Liege, Ver- vaexe i Gent samt Rodigas i St. Troud. Af de båda förstnämndas alster finnas några afbildningar i Ann. d. 1. Sog. Roy. d'agricult. et de botan., 1845, tafl II och 12. Haquins pen- séer visa ungefär samma utseende som den tidens typiska engelska gör- del-penséer (»belted pansies»). Ver- VAENES deremot äro mindre regel- räta och tendera delvis ät fantasi- penséerna. Äkta belgiska fantasi-penséer finna vi afbildade uti Ch. & Ed. Morrex.s' bekanta trädgård.stidskrift »La Belgique horticole», tom. 6, 1856. Bland dessa må här återgifvas en, nämligen den in- tressanta varieteten »Madame Campan». Jenite starkt utvecklade midtelfläckar finnas hos denna på alla kronbladen kraftigt färgade strimmor, som noggrannt angifva förloppet af de större blad- nerverna. Dessa nervstrimmor äro hos de fyra öfre bladen violetta och hos det nedre svarta. Kronbladens färger för öfrigt äro fyra, nämligen hvitt, gult, violett och rödt. — Dessa äro de underrättelser som ,,.,, , „ ^. ,„,„„ r.„. i,„.t;. ,a-f. "Madame Campan . oelg. hortic. lo^o. stått mig till buds beträftande penséens Bild 31. 'Gloiie de Bellevue". J. Odier, 1854. Bild 30.

 

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') Enligt J. F. W. Bossii, Vollständiges Handbuch der Blumengärtnerei. 3 del, sid. 582. 2:dra uppl. Hannover 1842. ^) Ch. Morren säger också uti .Biographie des Pensces» (Ann. d. 1. Soc. Roy. d'agricult. et de botan. de Gand, vol. 2, sid. 197, 1846) om pensé-odlingen i Belgien: »Aujourd'hui la culture des pensées est une culture ä la mode; il n'y a plus de jardin possible sans eile».

  

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Title: Principe perfecto y ministros aivstados, docvmentos politicos, y morales. En emblemas

Identifier: principeperfecto01mend

Year: 1662 (1660s)

Authors: Mendo, Andrés, 1608-1684 Duke University. Library. Gilbert Collection

Subjects: Emblem books, Spanish Emblems Kings and rulers Education of princes

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ealza.D. 4. No fe fígue tan fá-cilmente, como el vicio.D. 9. n.9. Alientafe con el premio.d. 3 5. n. 4. Vittud da entrada al templo del Honor. D.48.num. 2?. Vifi INDI CE. Vifitar fus Reynos ha íido política alabada en los Principes.D.5 8.n.8.Principes,quelosvifuaron. D.58. n.?.EnEfpa-ña ha íido efe cftilo de fus Reyes. D-58.n.i6. Viue menos, quien dueri c mas. d. i 4. n. 16. Vnion de los moradores es la mayor defenía de las Rer)ublircas.D. 50. Vulgo en fus murmuraciones debe fer defpreciado. d. 50.Nada mas difta de la verdad.que fu fentír. d.78.11.5. Laaprobación de pocos es mas de eftimar, que la de muchos.D.78.n-7. Temer puede ,que yerra, aquel á quien aplau-de el vulgo, ibid. El vulgo muda mas pareceres, que elmarceas, d. yS.n.y. Y Edra fymboliza a los do&os. D.3 6. n.6. Si no tiene arri-móle feca. ibid. ZAIeuco hizo facar vn ojo a fu hijo,y otro a íi, y porque?D-24.num.23.Zangaños no admitidos de las auejas eníéñan a no confentirgente ociofa. p. 2 6.n. 13. FIN.

 

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N470 powers out of Benalla with the morning down Albury pass. The state opf the track is still in bad shape as could be seen just after this shot was taken, the entire train started bouncing! 13/03/13

Identifier: victrolabookofop00vict

Title: The Victrola book of the opera : stories of one hundred and twenty operas with seven-hundred illustrations and descriptions of twelve-hundred Victor opera records

Year: 1917 (1910s)

Authors: Victor Talking Machine Company Rous, Samuel Holland

Subjects: Operas

Publisher: Camden, N.J. : Victor Talking Machine Co.

Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

  

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ly! Gaily! Soon greets me a glorious friend! As the hero plunges fearlessly through thefire the flames gradually abate, and when hereaches the sleeping Briinnhilde they die outcompletely. Siegfried approaches the uncon-scious maiden with awe and removes her helmet.He is speechless with admiration, and naivelyasks if the strange emotion which he feels canbe fear. Finally, when he presses an ardent kisson her lips she awakes and greets him joyfullyas the hero Siegfried who is to save the world.After a long scene in which Siegfrieds ardentwooing is gently repressed by Briinnhilde, hefinally seizes her in his arms. Frightened, sherepulses him, crying: Brunnhilde: No god een has touched me! As a maiden ever heroes revered me: Virgin I hied from Valhalla!— Woes me! Woes me! Woe for the shame, the shunless disgrace! My wakning hero deals me this wound! Siegfried pleads his love and asks her to be his bride, but she begs him to spare her. Ewig war Ich (Deathless Was I) (Briinnhildes Appeal)

 

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THE AWAKENING OF BRUNNHILDE ACT III By Johanna Gadski, Soprano Brunnhilde: Deathless was I, deathless am I, Deathless to sweet sway of affection— But deathless for thy good! O Siegfried, happiest hope of the world! Life of the universe! Lordliest hero! Leave me in peace! Press not upon me thy ardent reproaches! Master me not with thy conquering might! Sawst eer thy face in crystal floods? Did it not gladden thy glance? (In German) 88186 12-inch, $3.00 When into wavelets the water was roused, The brooks glassy surface broken and flawed, Thy face sawst thou no more: Nought but ripples swirling round! So disturb me no more, trouble me not: Ever then thou wilt shine In me an image reflected, Fair and lovely, my lord!— O Siegfried! Siegfried! Light of my soul! Destroy not thy faithful slave! But the impetuous hero resumes his wooing, and love finally conquers the god-likemaiden. She laughs in a transport of love, exclaiming: Brunnhilde: O high-minded boy! O blossoming hero! Gladly glid

  

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Identifier: literarydigest16newy

Title: The literary digest

Year: 1890 (1890s)

Authors:

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Publisher: New York : Funk & Wagnalls [etc.]

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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Socialist Volks-Zeitung, New York, explains that our ex-port trade, which has only just begun to make itself felt, will beruined. After the war it will be resumed, but at the expense ofthe workingmen, whose wages will be reduced to make competi- tion possible. During the war the poorer classes will have topay the expenses by a tax on beer, tea, coffee, and sugar. Thispaper, moreover, says: Some people fancy that a war would bring about a better un-derstanding among the different classes, but that would only betemporary. But the old differences would make themselves feltdirectly after the war. We Socialists must remember this : Notthe Spaniards are our enemies, nor are the Americans ourfriends. We have friends and enemies on both sides. Our com-rade in arms is the Spanish workingman, our enemy the Ameri-can capitalist as well as the Spanish capitalist. Let the capitalistsfight if they choose, workingmen must and will protest againstthis war.—Translations made/or Yhk Literary Digest.

 

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SEXOR POLO Spanish Minister to THE COMPROMISE CURRENCY-REFORM BILL. \ TARIOLS plans of mone-^ tary reform favored byRepublican Congressmen belong-ing to the House Committee onBanking and Currency, havebeen combined in a bill reportedfrom a subcommittee and intro-duced in the House of Repre-sentatives on April 5. An im-portant portion of the daily presswhich urges the paramountnecessity o f currency reform,while taking exception to certainfeatures of the proposed bill, in-clines to accept it as the basisfor the best measure obtainableat this time. Financial journals,as a rule, condemn one or moreof the proposals in the bill. Wequote two views of the scope andvalue of the measure. The firstis from the New York PlveningPost (Ind.) : Two or three weeks ago asubcommittee of three membersof the general committee,consist-ing of Messrs. McCleary of Min-nesota, Prince of Illinois, andMitchell of New York, was ap-pointed to consider the variousbills and report one for the con-sideration of the

  

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Identifier: brethrenatwo186150eshe

Title: Brethren at Work, The (1881)

Year: 1881 (1880s)

Authors: Eshelman, M.M. Harrison, S.J. Stein, J.W. Moore, John H.

Subjects: Church of the Brethren--Periodicals

Publisher: Lanark, Ill.

Contributing Library: Bridgewater College, Alexander Mack Memorial Library

Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation

  

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gregation, at house of Bro. J. P. Moomaw, two miles South oC Rising City, Butler Co., Nebraska. Meeting to continue over Sunday.Oct. 1, at 10: 30 A. M., Seneca church, one and one-half miles North of Bloomvii.e, Ohio.Oct. 6 and 7, at 1 P. M., Arnolds Grove, Carroll Co., 111.Oct. 8, at 3 P. M., at Bro. Philip Snavelys, 1 and one half miles ea?t of Dorchester, Saline Co., Neb. Those coming by R. B., should stop off at Dorchester.Oct. 8 at 2 P. M.. Beatrice church. Gage Co., Neb., 8 miles south-east of Beatrice.Oct. 8 and 9, at Fall River church, near Fredonia, Wilson Co., Kan. DLSTKICT-MEETINGS. Sept. 9, Northern District of Missouri, Whitesvillechurch, Andrew Co., Mo. Those coming by railshould stop off at Rosendale. E, F. Miller, formerly a workman in the carshops at Denver, Colorado, succeeds Mr. Sankey asMr. Moodys assistant in the service of song. The first prize for declamation at Yale Colege■was awarded to Muu Yew Chung, a Chinese; thesubject was, • A defense of Christianity.

 

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REN AT WORK. 31.50Per Annum. Set for the defense of the Gospel—Philipp. 1: 17. single Copies,PiTe CenlB. Vol. 6. Mt. Morris, 111., Tuesday, August 9, 1881. No. 30. Editorial Items. Livb; tor something, if you have to die for it. Bro. Enoch Ebv stavted to Ashland, Oliio, Mondayevening, Aug, 1st. TuE Fall term of the College commences in threeweeks from to-morrow. It is reported that Bro. J. W. Beer will likely moveinto Fayette Co., Ohio. We leai-n that Eld. Geo. Wolfe, .rf California, is re-covermg from his apoplectic stroke. The address of S. H. Baker is changed from RockFalls, Wis., to Elver Falls, same State. Pakent;? cannot teach their children plainness whilebringing them up m the way of pride and folly. The Brethren in the White Oak church. Pa., haverebuilt two of their meeting-houses this Summer. Bro. a. Hutchison has been holding some meetragsnear Plattsburg, Mo. The attendance was good. The Preacher reports that Bro. I. D. Parker has beensutlering from something like erysipe

  

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G535, 442s2 and L277 wait for the evening pass hauled by N470 to depart Benalla.

Title: Constitutiones Ordinis Frartum Eremitraum [sic] Sancti Augustini. : Nuper recognitae, & in ampliorem formam ac ordinem redactae

Identifier: constitutionesor00augu

Year: 1587 (1580s)

Authors: Augustinians

Subjects: Augustinian monasteries Monasticism and religious orders Rules Augustinians CSAIP Imprint 1587

Publisher: Mexici : Excudebat Petrus Ocharte cum licencia

  

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J SEXTA l^ARl ríoiíes Volumus^vt qlibet Prouincia feu c6||rég^íio noftrifacriordinis difiFirüte íibípeculiariaaüqwa ílatuca poísít^quae tame nullitís fint va-lorisjfipet Priore Gñalém fuerint infiriñatá^j^io fingulis capitulis Prouincialibus reuideanrur,& de nouo approbémr vel reprobéturifimíliterjfiqua Prciiícia aliquid de preíentibos coílítfttionibusfibi mitigare defiderauerit jad Pria-»risGñalts atifiorítatem reairrere teneaturjadi^ié foIupertinere,voÍumushani cofatution^^tnoderatíone pro cuiofq^ Proulti? exrgétia,m|l^parriculariter^hibira fit in ípfiscoítitutionibtóchfpéfatfo íiuemoderat¡o,neecnícüc Pjrior gñalis pocerit rígoré coftitiuionü laKqjuo mitigare.Poft regula ergoomnes inhoc libelio tan^ín fpeculo infpiciamas,& vbi no5Ínuéneriniiit>c^ q fcriptafunt faeiétes,agamus gracias Dñ^bonorü omfíiu lc»rgttovi;vbiauté videfinius ati9iad deefle^doleamus depterno^eaueamus defmurojOpantes V t nobis debitú dimittítMi;, &am

  

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Title: Journals of the House of Burgesses of Virginia

Identifier: journalsofhouseo16591693virg

Year: 1619 (1610s)

Authors: Virginia. General Assembly. House of Burgesses McIlwaine, H. R. (Henry Read), 1864-1934, ed Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1871- , ed Virginia State Library

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Publisher: Richmond, Va. : [Library Board, Virginia State Library]

  

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lj bfi TheBi::.:-plantingTobic.Mof the Com;;:-.approra? ;:.:■•. !j hisanfive::-.:I the mean time UKT.ofthefameThanx. Virpnij. are appointed •»til for For;..bleCc:iionersof-jj*^thereftiicfc- TheGef- ■Mencv:i-v %reGae/.-. -::!ttO,:^^.. 1°^ thole...-.J^temthoc,.latthei; fliehou;-;

 

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m {■ ■■ I I (307) ♦ were our Selves reftrained rather then by the continueing thereof giue the Inhabitantsof that Govemm fo confiderable an advantage & his Lordp did alfo propofe, whether itwere not more Elegible that the Law were now Repeald by vs then afterwards con-fidering the great & Extraordinary drought had putt vs almoft beyond the hopes ofmaking (if wee had our Hberty) any confiderable Crops of tobacco on which cheifiy theGovemm as well as our Selves had a principall dependance. And his Excellency was likewife pleafd further to acquaint vs that the difficultieas well as vncertainty of the parties recovering fatisfadlion for the carrying or conveyingof Letters either to or from himSelfe made the preffmg of men & horfes for that par-ticular not at all pleafant or gratefull to the Inhabitants of this Country he thereforerecommended it to vs to find a Method & propofe fuch a Satisfa(5lion out of the Impofton liquors as might engage them carefully & fpe

  

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Title: Carmina

Identifier: carmin00comm

Year: 1689 (1680s)

Authors: Commire, Jean, 1625-1702

Subjects: Christian poetry, Latin Religious poetry, Latin

Publisher: Lutetiae Parisiorum : Apud Simonis Benard

  

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ia bclli, Et Xcrxcm : fubque iis condc Themilroclea-Denique pio cippo, noitros infcripta labores Stct Salamin. Magnum non capit urna brcvis. r i n i s. E R R A T A. T.ig. i?i.v. 51. Thetis.^geTcrhys.P^. tiS.f.S. IsTg; hgelsTJE. Pxg ;7i. v. iS obfidere. fege cbiidere. p4g. 59^. f 8. Faecunda Uge Fecunda» f e^* uhkvmqve in hac voce > vcj , • mr fliphtliong ts , tjllatnr* ) Fag ^g» - ?io faxu.^f ^Jaxo. P.rr. 444. ft», 16. cibicinain. ?J»tftf Vf&tt PSW3 KJWSI f^^;^^^v^^^^*^ SVMMA PRIVILEGII. CA u T u m cft au&oritate Rcgis, nc quisinrc»gno ipfius aliifve locis ejus ditioni fubje&is,intra fex proximos annos, Librum , cui titulus eft ,foarmis Commirii e Societate Jesu C&rmina , im-primat aut divcndat, praeter Viduam SimonisBe-nard , in cujus gratiamtoto hujufce Privilegii jurcfuo cefllt Auctor. Qui fecus fecerit, muidta indi-cfca, prout amplius in Diplomate regio continctur,coercebitur. Datum apud Verfalias die n. Martii16*9. Sic fignatum de Mandato Rcgis, De u t~h

 

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Title: Reflexions upon the devotions of the Roman Church : with the prayers, hymns & lessons themselves, taken out of their authentick books. In three parts. This first part, containing their devotions to saints and angels. Also two digressions concerning the reliques and miracles in Mr. Cressy's late Church-history ..

Identifier: reflexionsuponde00patr

Year: 1674 (1670s)

Authors: Patrick, John, 1632-1695 Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner. BRL Boston Public Library) John Adams Library BRL

Subjects: Cressy, Serenus, 1605-1674 Catholic Church Catholic Church Miracles Protestantism Theology, Doctrinal

Publisher: London : Printed for Richard Royston ...

  

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The early morning sun catches the Adelaide bound Overland as it climbs the grade out of Callington, South Australia, behind V/Line locomotive N472 - 25 April 1993

Identifier: poeticdramaticwo01tenn

Title: The poetic and dramatic works of Alfred lord Tennyson

Year: 1899 (1890s)

Authors: Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892

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Publisher: Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

  

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s acts and his attire,Sweet heaven, how much I shall dis-credit him! 621Would he could tarry with us here awhile,But being so beholden to the prince,It were but little grace in any of us,Bent as he seemd on going this third day,To seek a second favor at his hands.Yet if he could but tarry a day or two,Myself would work eye dim and finger lameFar liefer than so much discredit him. THE MARRIAGE OF GERAINT 435 And Enid fell in longing for a dress 630 All branched and flowerd with gold, a costly giftOf her good mother, given her on the nightBefore her birthday, three sad years ago,That night of fire, when Edyrn sackd their houseAnd scatterd all they had to all the winds; 8vMkKs ■ ■ ■ ■ For while the mother showd it, and the twoWere turning and admiring it, the workTo both appeard so costly, rose a cryThat Edyrns men were on them, and they fledWith little save the jewels they had on,Which being sold and sold had bought them bread. 641 And Edyrns men had caught them in their flight,

 

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First, thou thyself, with damsel ami with dwari,Shalt ride to Arthurs court 436 IDYLLS OF THE KING And placed them in this ruin ; and she wishdThe prince had found her in her an-cient home;Then let her fancy flit across the past,And roam the goodly places that she knew ;And last bethought her how she used to watch.Near that old home, a pool of golden carp;And one was patchd and blurrd and lustrelessAmong his burnishd brethren of the pool; ^ 650 And half asleep she made comparisonOf that and these to her own faded selfAnd the gay court, and fell asleep again,And dreamt herself was such a f^ded formAmong her burnishd sisters of the pool.But this was in the garden of a king,And tho she lay dark in the pool she knewThat all was bright; that all about were birdsOf sunny plume in gilded trellis-work ;That all the turf was rich in plots that lookd 660 Each like a garnet or a turkis in it;And lords and ladies of the high court wentIn silver tissue talking things of state ;And children of the

  

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With the sun out on a cloudy day, N470 powers through Sunshine with 8615 down Albury pass to Albury. 26/05/12

Identifier: journeysthroughb01sylv

Title: Journeys through Bookland : a new and original plan for reading applied to the world's best literature for children

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: Sylvester, Charles Herbert

Subjects: Children's literature

Publisher: Chicago : Bellows-Reeve

Contributing Library: Internet Archive

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^ou aboutin a hurry, or I will break your head with my ladle. Such a place was very trying, but it was betterthan starving, and Dick stuck to his work manfidly.However, after a few days. Miss Alice, his mastersdaughter, hearing of the arrival of the new scullion,came into the kitchen to see him, and learning howunkind the cook was, ordered her to be more con-siderate to her new help. Then she talked to the Whittington and His Cat 445 boy about his early home and his manner of livingand how he came to London, and finding him frank,honest and pleasing in his answers, she had himdressed properly for his position as a servant in theirhousehold.

 

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DICK IN HIS GARRET After this, the cook treated him a little better, buthis bed was a poor mattress in the garret, w^herethe rats and mice ran over his face and squealed soloudly and frequently that tliey troubled him almostas much at night as the cook did during the day- 446 Whittington and His Cat time. His bed was so unpleasant that he was alwaysup early in the morning and quite willing to remaindiligently at work until late in the evening. Suchhard, honest labor ought to have pleased the cook,but her temper was so bad that poor Dick had totake many beatings, and the more he tried to earnher good will, the more she abused him. About this time a strange merchant came to visitMr. Fitzwarren, and at night, as was the custom,left his shoes outside the door to be cleaned. Dickpolished them carefully, and when he returned themin the morning the gentleman gave him a penny. The same day as he was going along the streeton an errand he met a woman carrying a cat. What will you take for the c

  

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Identifier: syphilistreatise00haze

Title: Syphilis : a treatise on etiology, pathology, diagnosis, prognosis, prophylaxis, and treatment

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Hazen, H. H. (Henry Honeyman), b. 1879

Subjects: Syphilis Syphilis

Publisher: St. Louis : C.V. Mosby Co.

Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School

  

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picture asthe acquired type and cases are on record where atrophic spotshave been discovered in infants a few weeks old, proving, as incases of iritis, their congenital origin. It is as a rule bilateral,and whereas it may be disseminated, is generally of the anteriorvariety, hence may easily be overlooked. Lesions of the retina and optic nerve, like those of the choroid,give no outward signs of their presence, therefore are only recog-nized when an ophthalmoscopic examination is made, and for thisreason, it is indeed essential that infants of parents in whom syph-ilis is knoAvn to exist, should be subjected to a thorough ophthal-moscopic examination at frequent intervals until grown. With the literature at hand, practically nothing can be foundwith regard to retinitis in the acut^ ^orm in infants, the fewcases reported revealing this condition in the atrophic stages.According to Parsons, retinitis is not uncommon in the con-genital form. The retina shows a dusty discrete pigmentation

 

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Fig. 140.—Interstitial keratitis. CONGENITAL SYPHILIS 451 in the periphery, accompanied by a tigroid condition of the fun-dus in this situation. However, this is only distinguished by thegreater aggregation of pigment from what is often a normalcondition. The optic neuritis of infancy and children is generally asso-ciated with a choroiditis. The papilla is indistinct and hyper-emic and usually there is no edema of the disc, and in manyof these cases atrophy of the optic nerve follows sooner or later. Paralyses of the extraocular muscles, especially the internalmuscles in children, are usually traceable to congenital syphilis.Ingersheimer brings out rather an interesting fact that in twelvecases of nystagmus in young children with negative ophthal-moscopic findings and vision practically normal, the Wassermannreaction was positive in eight cases. Undoubtedly some forms of congenital cataract are of syph-ilitic origin, in so much that they may be the result of a syphiliticinvolvement

  

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Title: Pontificale romanvm Clementis VIII primum : posteà uerò Vrbani VIII ; auctoritate recognitum ; cum figuris

Identifier: pontificaleroman00cath

Year: 1683 (1680s)

Authors: Catholic Church Catholic Church. Pope (1623-1644 : Urban VIII) Catholic Church. Pope (1592-1605 : Clement VIII)

Subjects: Catholic Church

Publisher: Romæ : [Holy See]

  

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Title: L'architecture de Philibert de l'Orme, cõseillier & aumosnier ordinaire du roy, & abbé de S. Serge lez Angiers

Identifier: larchitecturedep00lorm

Year: 1576 (1570s)

Authors: L'Orme, Philibert de, 1515?-1570

Subjects: Architecture

Publisher: A Paris : Chez Hierosme de Marnef, & Guillaume Cauellat ...

  

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colomnes, denmettre deux lvn près de lautre, comme gémeaux : & que les af-iîettes qui couuriront lescommifiures des colomnes prennenttoutes les deux colomnes enfemble, auecqucs ornemêts tels quedes candélabres dont ie parle? Dauantage neferoit ilpasaifédetrouuer au deffus defdides colomnes des branches qui fe lient ouura<res klune à rautrc,& façent vne forme de voulte bc darceauîlay veu la mode Franautresfois des ouurages faits à la mode Frâçoife, ou il y auoit des PI<srAmiguimberges &C mouchettes ( ainfi que les ouuriers les appellent) *quafi femblables à ce que ie veux dire. Lonfepeult aulll ayderdes figures de Gemini foit pour les frifes, ou pour les amortiffe-ments des caducées &: trophées de Mercure. Pourconclufionvous pouuez trouuer les inuêtions propres félon les édifices quevous aurez à faire, ôC parfaire vne fort belle œuure Françoife.Cetemps pendant vous vous ayderezdes figures cy-apres propo-iées. R ij LIVRE VII. DE LARCHITECTVRE

 

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The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839-1843.

London :Reeve Brothers,1844-1860..

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Interior of (N470TPR) still retaining original seating.

The up Albury - Melbourne passenger races through freshly ballasted track at 15:28, Thur. 24/1/12.

Title: Histoire du cardinal Ximenés

Identifier: histoireducardin00fl

Year: 1693 (1690s)

Authors: Fléchier, Esprit, 1632-1710

Subjects: Jiménez de Cisneros, Francisco, 1436?-1517

Publisher: Paris : Jean Anisson

  

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la Navarre, il en donna laTctr.Martyr Vicc-Royauté au Duc de Najare j il fit fortifieri>i/?.^57x. Pampelune, & obligea Ferrera Aragonois, que leI feu Roy y avoir mis pour commander , à fe dé- faire de fon Gouvernement j parce-quil eftoitinfupportable au Peuple, tant par fon humeur fiére&: cruelle, quà-caufe de linimitié naturelle quily a entre ceux dAragon &: ceux de Navarre. Ilempêcha le Cardinal dAlbret de rentrer dans lE-vêché de cette Ville, quoy-que le Pape & les Car-dinaux len enflent follicité. Ainfi, non-feulementil conferva la Navarre au Roy, mais encore il lamit en état de ne pouvoir eftre attaquée. A-peine eût-il appaifé ces mouvemens, quil enfurvint de nouveaux dans le Royaume de Grena-de, à loccafion du différent de lAlmirante de Caf-tille avec les Villes maritimes , &: fur-tout avecMalaga qui en eftoit une des plus confidérables.Le droit des Amiraux avoir efté de-tout-temps enCaftille de commander les Armées Navales, de gouverner

 

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DU CaRD. XiMENEs, Liv. IV. 441gouverner les Coftes, &c déjuger les Gens de Ma- :jr^^—rine. Sil furvenoit quelque procès ou quelque iji<j,querelle entre les Matelots ou les pafTagers, ils a-voient leur Juftice pour les régler ou pour les pu-nir. Auiïi dans tous les Ports un peu fréquentez^6c dans les Villes de Commerce comme eftoientSeviUe &c Malaga,ils avoient leurs Juges, &c desfourches dreflées qui font les marques dautorité ôcde Jurifdi6tion, Ceftoient-là des prérogatives dela charge, quon ne pouvoir leur coutelier : maisil en arrivoïc des inconvéniens qui renverfoientlordre 6c la difciplinc civile ; car dans ces Portsoù toute forte de monde aborde, dés quon citoitun criminel, il appelloit au Tribunal de lAmi- Aivar.Go;nexrauté, ou il eftoit afleuré de fa grâce, sil avoir de xim. ùké^.quoy lacheter. Si quelquun des Soldats qui gar-doient les Coftes, ou même des Etrangers, eitoicarrefté, il déclinoit laJurifdicStion Royalle, ôc de-mandoit fon

  

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N470- B61and wooden cars stand at platform 4 Spencer Street in the late afternoon awaiting departure time. 1.11.1987

Title: Pontificale romanvm Clementis VIII primum : posteà uerò Vrbani VIII ; auctoritate recognitum ; cum figuris

Identifier: pontificaleroman00cath

Year: 1683 (1680s)

Authors: Catholic Church Catholic Church. Pope (1623-1644 : Urban VIII) Catholic Church. Pope (1592-1605 : Clement VIII)

Subjects: Catholic Church

Publisher: Romæ : [Holy See]

  

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Identifier: chapbooksofeight00asht

Title: Chap-books of the eighteenth century

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors: Ashton, John, b. 1834

Subjects: Chapbooks

Publisher: London, Chatto and Windus

Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System

Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

  

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London : Printed for W. Patem by Fleet Street THE WHOLE Life and Adventures OF COMMONLY CALLED THE BEAUTY IN DISGUISE With a full, true ajid partictilar Account of herrobbing Mr, W. of Gosfield in Essex of ElevenH^tndred Pou7ids in Cash and Bank Notes forwhich she now lays to take her Trial at ChelmsfordAssizes.

 

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Printed in the Year 1785. 2 G 450 Chap-Books of the Eighteenth Cetitury. The Chap-book version and the Annual Register agree asto Frances Daviss story, but, as the latter is more concise andtruthful, it is here given: Sep. 3, 1785. An extraordinary robbery was committedlast Saturday morning at Mrs. Bennets the sign of the Three Rabbits on the Rumford Road. Mr. W of Gosfield in Essex, who is agent for the Scots and Lincolnshire salesmen,came to the above house on the evening before, in order toproceed to Smithfield market, with upwards of eleven hundredpounds, in drafts and bank notes, besides a purse containing 162guineas and a half in his pocket. He went to bed early thatnight, and placed the above property in his breeches beneath hishead. A youth, genteelly dressed, lay in the same room, and found means to convey the notes and money from under Mr. W s pillow, and departed with the whole, before break of day.—x\tseven oclock, Mr. W discovered the theft; and sent imme-diately to all

  

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Title: Pontificale romanvm Clementis VIII primum : posteà uerò Vrbani VIII ; auctoritate recognitum ; cum figuris

Identifier: pontificaleroman00cath

Year: 1683 (1680s)

Authors: Catholic Church Catholic Church. Pope (1623-1644 : Urban VIII) Catholic Church. Pope (1592-1605 : Clement VIII)

Subjects: Catholic Church

Publisher: Romæ : [Holy See]

  

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Turn ₦5,500 Into ₦470,000 From Home On Internet. Make Money Online From Nigeria Into Your Local Bank Account Guaranteed! Make N470,000 Monthly With BB, Laptop, Android, PC. Make Money With Facebook & Twitter, Make Money Doing What You Do Normally For Free

N470 screams through the derelict platform and pass the old goods shed of Barnawartha on 8615 Melbourne to Albury Pass, 24-5-14

Title: Histoire de la Laponie : sa description...

Identifier: 4SC1734NOR

Year: 1678 (1670s)

Authors: Scheffer, Johannes Gerhard

Subjects: Voyageurs suédois -- Laponie -- 17e siècle Voyageurs suédois -- Suède -- 17e siècle

Publisher: Olivier de Varennes

  

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re. Les Ours en font leur curee; maiscomme ils ne peu-vent pas fi biencourir, ils fe fervent decetteadreffepourles attraper : Ils tournent tout a Ientour du Renne, &fe jettent dcffas en telle forte quils ne le manquent ja-mais. I i - Ligne 51. fur le front, ajoute:^ Les Lapons ont encore cette malice, de faire, par leurart magique , venir des Loups , quoy quils foient foreeloignez du lieu j lefquels sy rendent la mame nuit &au commandement du Lapon, qui ks a fait venir; ils fejettent fur letroupeau de Rennes de fon ennemy, &en£uent autant quil leur eil commande.Page 3op. lignc i^. fe fauver, ajoute:^.Mais il arrive fouvcnt dans cette fuittcprecipitee,qucles Rennes tombent dans des precipices, ou ils fe rom-pent le col Sc les jambes.Ligne 24.. marque, ajouteT^ Ces marques fe font par une inciflon avec le couceau,lors que le Renne eft encore petit. Le quatrieme inconvenient eft fort ordinaire fur les montagnes FclUce,^ ou il fe trouve en Hiver de la ne^c 4. porr^ ^ 19 20 21

 

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DE LA LaPONIE. 401 porteeau dela dela terre, dautant que le Renne venanta marcher defTus , comme ellc n eft poinc foutenue , iltombe & fe brife dans les precipices, ou il eft fouvenremporte par la force des vents. Ligne 27. treize ans , ajoute^^ Enfin ce qui eft plus furprenanc, ceft quaufli-roftqu un Lapon eft more, fes Rennes meurent tous, ou aumoins la plu*grande partie. P^ge3^o. ligne 4. domeftiques, ajouteT^. lis one chez eux de tres bons chiens de chafTe , quilsfe vendent les uns aux autres une Richedale ou deux &jufquatrois : Ces chiens font diverfement dreftez, lesuns pour le Renne fauvage, quils f^avenc arrecer au mi-lieu dune rafecampagne, jufqua ce quil foirabbamduncoup de moufquec j les autres pour la chaffe de IOurs,ou pour ks Loutres, ou les Martres, ou \cs EcureiiikPdge^izjigne 10. Laplandes, ^jo^fe^^ Lundius afTure quil fe trouve des Elans dans la Lap-marck dUma, Be que Ionn en voit jamais dans la Marckde Lula. Page 322. ligne 7. Laponie, ajoitre:^, Sur tout en

  

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Descriptive catalogue of flowering, ornamental trees, shrubs, bulbs, herbs, climbers, fruit trees, &c., &c., &c. /.

Yokohama, Japan :Yokohama Nursery Co..

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Title: Pensées de m. Pascal sur la religion et sur quelques autres sujets : qui ont esté trouvées après sa mort parmy ses papiers

Identifier: pensesdempasc00pasc

Year: 1694 (1690s)

Authors: Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662 Perier, aEtienne, 1642-1680

Subjects:

Publisher: Lyon : F. Roux & C. Chize

  

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N470 hauls an up Geelong Pass through Spotswood early on a Friday morning.

First Devon and Cornwall

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Callington depot, New Road

28th July 2005.

Title: Cronologia y reportorio de la razon de los tiempos...

Identifier: cronologiayrepo00zamogoog

Year: 1594 (1590s)

Authors: Rodrigo Zamorano

Subjects:

Publisher: en la Imprenta de Rodrigo de Cabrera

  

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TERCERO^Enel mirmoañodei55?5.alos tresdcOcubre^) ícccliprara una peque-íia parte del Sol:, junto a la cola deel Dragoneen los io.gra.de libra.Peropor ferporla parce Sctentnonaino le veremos en Efpaña , íi no enFrancia,Flandes y Alemaña^y en lasotras tierras Septentrionales.^Enel mjfmoañodeiyí?5.a los i8.de Otubrc^por la madrugada:, avráun gran eclipfc de la Luna de 18. pútos^en los z4.grados de Aries. Verémos en Efpaña íü principio y peronoel medio niíin, porq íenosavrapuefto la Luna.Veran todo el eclipfc los cjuc viven entodas las Indias Occidentales.^El año r 5P¿í. Viernes doze dias deAbril íeechpíará la Luna 4. pucosy y.min. por la parte Septentrionalfuya^junto a la cola del Dragón^ enlos 24.gra.de Libra.Comégará alas7liorasy iz.minu.defpuesdtlmediodia.El medio del eclipíe acótccera a las 8. y i S.mi.Acabará a bolvcr enfulüz alas p.y 14-mi-Su color lera cení Zícto blanqzino.porla parte clara^y enla olcura negro.^El mifrao año de 15Píí^a los zi.deSe

  

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Identifier: inwildestafricar00macq

Title: In wildest Africa : the record of a hunting and exploration trip through Uganda, Victoria Nyanza, the Kilimanjaro region and British East Africa, with an account of an ascent of the snowfields of Mount Kibo, in East Central Africa, and a description of the various native tribes

Year: 1910 (1910s)

Authors: MacQueen, Peter, 1865-1924

Subjects:

Publisher: London : George Ball and sons

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive

  

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apace. The mission-aries of both Catholic and Protestant churches areworking in harmony and doing a noble service forhumanity in Equatorial Africa. There are prob-ably no less than five hundred thousand nativeChristians in Central Africa to-day. The missionaries are teaching the dark-skinnednatives the Brotherhood of INIan and the Father-hood of God. But they are no longer teachingthese untutored minds that they are equal sociallyand politically to the Caucasians. They are quietlyand determinedly putting the question of politicalequality in abeyance, and seeking by the kindly sun-shine of Christian morals and precepts to advancethe backward moral springtime of their less fortu-nate brother Africans. At the Nysambia mission, there is labouringto-day a noble American woman, Mother Paul, wholias a very efficient school of four hundred nativegirls. The girls are learning reading, writing, sew-ing, household duties and the finer sanctities ofwomanhood. There are several English sisters as-

 

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CATHOLIC SCHOOL OF THE MILL HILL MISSION.

  

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