R.G. SHAW, THE EARLY AND EVER-FAITHFUL FRIENDS OF FREEDOM AND EQUAL RIGHTS, THIS VOLUME IS MOST RESPECTFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR.
Betula Lake--Larch Lake--A war party surprised--Indian manners--Rice Lake--Indian council--Red Cedar Lake--Speeches of Wabezhais and Neenaba--Equal division of goods--Orifice for treading out rice--A live beaver--Notices of natural history--Value of the Follavoine Valley--A medal of the third President--War dance--Ornithology--A prairie country, fertile and abounding in game--Saw mills--Chippewa River--Snake--La Garde Mountain--Descent of the Mississippi--Sioux village--General impression of the Mississippi--Arrival at Prairie du Chien.
These Equal Syllables alone require, Tho oft the Ear the open Vowels tire, While Expletives their feeble Aid do join, And ten low Words oft creep in one dull Line.
Special characters: vowels with macrons are rendered with an equals sign (=) before the vowel.
On paper Hungary possesses a most admirable and enlightened law guaranteeing "the Equal Rights of Nationalities" (1868); in practice, it has remained almost from the very first a dead letter.
Produced by Feorag NicBhride and PG Distributed Proofreaders The Healthy Life Cook Book by Florence Daniel Second Edition 1915 A DELICIOUS PORRIDGE CAN BE MADE BY MIXING ROBINSON'S "PATENT" GROATS "IN POWDER FORM" ::AND:: ROBINSON'S "PATENT" BARLEY "IN POWDER FORM" IN EQUAL PROPORTIONS AND PREPARING IN THE USUAL WAY.
Noble, Generous, Great, and Good, But never to be understood; Fickle as the Wind, still changing, After every Female ranging, Panting, trembling, sighing, dying, But addicted much to Lying: When the Siren Songs repeats, Equal Measures still it beats; Who-e'er shall wear it, it will smart her, And who-e'er takes it, takes a Tartar.
"In heaven he sings, on earth your Muse supplies The important loss, and heals our weeping eyes; Correctly great, she melts each flinty heart, With EQUAL GENIUS, but SUPERIOR ART."
THE MANNIE MANEEPULATES THE BLACK AN' WHITE NOTES WI' EQUAL FACEELITY."
I was left repeating to myself, as if it had been a new discovery, which it wasn't, 'Jane is second-rate....' CHAPTER III SEEING JANE 1 Jane was taking the chair at a meeting of a section of the Society for Equal Citizenship.
The Children X. An Equal Chance XI.
May Caesar live, and while his mighty Hand Is scattering Plenty over all the Land; With God-like Bounty recompensing all, Some fruitful drops may on the Muses fall; Since honest Pens do his just cause afford Equal Advantage with the useful Sword.