Mary began at the place where the book was open, and read:--"Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
robber, PP; +robbour+, PP.--AF.
Mabel Reber (NK); 24Mar60; R254237.
RECOURBER, courber en rond; replier.
"Since I can remimber, whatever the thing was that happened to me in the beginning has been me curse.
Desormais, s'il m'arrivait de retomber dans ce piteux etat, envoyez-moi votre mule, et restez en paix chez vous."
Ole marse had heerd dat I warned Sam, so he had me whip' an' sol' down de ribber.
Dese folks on de riber can't be trussed.
I r'member threshing 'm with it.
and so broke off a little; and then recovering--"remember my poor Pamela!"
54 (Collection of M. Reiber, Architect).
Will you please send me a fountain pen because nearly every boy but me has a fountain pen and I should so like to have one because I often want to write something outside and I carn't and then when I come in I don't no what it is and I miss something out of my letter then when I have writen my letter I remember what it was and genulry I remember it in lesons and when I begin to write my next letter I have for goten it and it goes on like that till at last I remember it and then some times I don't rember it all and that is why I want a fontin pen.
REMEMBER THE MAN YOU'LL REMEMBER THE CAN. (
I am told that if you cut the stem off at certain seasons, you may see the young leaf- -remember that it is an endogen, and grows from within, like a palm, or a lily, or a grass--actually move upward from within and grow before your eyes; and that each stem of Plantain will bear from thirty to sixty pounds of rich food during the year of its short life.
--Remember--oh, remember to be true?
Rich?--remember Him who gave.
H.M.S. 'Furious,' Canton River.--December 17th.--You see from my date that I am again in a new lodging.
THE SABER TUSK WALRUS, by Elliott Whitney; illustrator: Garret Price.
Among the trees were bastard rubber-trees, and dwarf palmetto; if the latter grew more than a few feet high their tops were torn and dishevelled by the wind.
The following account, therefore, may suffice:-- In my attempts to add to my collection of specimens of African produce, I was favoured with a sample of gum ruber astringents, of cotton from the Gambia, of indigo and musk, of long pepper, of black pepper from Whidah, of mahogany from Calabar, and of cloths of different colours, made by the natives, which, while they gave other proofs of the quality of their own cotton, gave proofs, also, of the variety of their dyes.
SCOBER, J. Negro Apprenticeship in the Colonies. (
When they spoke of a wood with reference to its timber, they used the word silva; salTranscriber's note: remainder of word illegible, was a collection of wild-wood in the mountains; nemus, a smaller collection, partaking of cultivation, and answering to our ideas of a grove; lucus was a wood, of any description, which was set apart for religious purposes, or dedicated to some Deity.
To such we say,--Remember the Missouri Question, and the fate of those who then sold the free states and their own birthright!
He wrote his friend Schober in 1818 of the Esterhazy visit: "The cook is a pleasant fellow; the housemaid is very pretty and often pays me a visit; the butler is my rival."
Mr. Graberg, Mr. Schreber, and Mr. Ramstrom, seem of opinion, that the internal structure or parts of fructification in mule-plants resemble the female parent; but that the habit or external structure resembles the male parent.
SCHREIBER, CARL F., joint author.
The Forest Service estimates that by protecting our cut-over and waste lands from fire and practicing care to secure reproduction after logging on our remaining virgin forest land, we can produce annually at least 27,750,000,000 cubic feet of wood, including 70,000,000,000 board feet of sawtimber.
Next, chip the place for the framing; set up the framing, and scribe the horizontal part of the jaw with the scriber used for the bottom of the cylinder, the upright part being set to suit the shaft centres, and the angular flange of cylinder, where the stay is attached, having been previously chipped plumb and level.
That, of course, I will not say--perhaps directly at Vienna, like a Montgolfier, in a balloon; but one thing I may say, because that is no secret:--remember that all Italy is a sea-coast, and that Italy has the same enemy as Hungary--that Italy is the left wing of that army of which Hungary is the right wing, and that in Italy 40,000 Hungarian soldiers exist, as also, in general, in the Austrian army 140,000 Hungarians.
The apparatus consequently supplies the place of the exhauster and the scrubber.
PARCHER, EMILY SEABER.
Edited by Elizabeth Seeber.
Shanghae.--December 4th.--We reached this place at 3 P.M. yesterday.
And he acts in a similar manner on the great festivals of the Mahometans, Jews , and heathens; that Segomamber-khan, the great god of the idol, Mahomet, Moses, and Jesus, or whosoever is greatest in heaven, may be favourable to him; yet he made the best shew of liking to the Christian faith, but alleged that the ignorance of the Nestorian priests, and the great interest of the sorcerers among the people, hindered him from making a profession of Christianity.
I remembered another sentence, and hurled it wildly at him: "Bei Gott, Du wirst, ich hoff's, noch viele Jahre auf ihrem Grabe wandeln, ohne dass du selber sie hinabzustuerzen brauchtest!"
On September 8, I found myself on board the new vessel, and with her visited San Francisco, as well as other ports already named.
1791--SEPTEMBER 8, 1810 Birth of S.F.B. Morse.--His parents.--Letters of Dr. Belknap and Rev. Mr. Wells.--Phillips, Andover.--First letter.--Letter from his father.-- Religious letter from Morse to his brothers.--Letters from the mother to her sons.--Morse enters Yale.--His journey there.--Difficulty in keeping up with his class.--Letter of warning from his mother.--Letters of Jedediah Morse to Bishop of London and Lindley Murray.--Morse becomes more studious.--Bill of expenses.--Longing to travel and interest in electricity.--Philadelphia and New York.--Graduates from college.--Wishes to accompany Allston to England, but submits to parents' desires CHAPTER II OCTOBER 31, 1810--AUGUST 17, 1811 Enters bookshop as clerk.--Devotes leisure to painting.--Leaves shop.-- Letter to his brothers on appointments at Yale.--Letters from Joseph P. Rossiter.--Morse's first love affair.--Paints "Landing of the Pilgrims."
M. A. Shaaber (A); 9Apr59; R234669.
Shanghae.--November 2nd.--You will, I am sure, see how necessary it has been for me to protract my stay to this time.
ABSORBER, s'imbiber de; occuper fortement.
2:48 Maachah, Caleb's concubine, bare Sheber, and Tirhanah.
14:1 And it came to pass in the days of Amraphel king of Shinar, Arioch king of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of Elam, and Tidal king of nations; 14:2 That these made war with Bera king of Sodom, and with Birsha king of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, and Shemeber king of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela, which is Zoar.
Further, Rixner and Siber, Leben und Lehrmeinungen beruehmter Physiker am Ende des XVI.
Vol.1 including F. Sieber's Eight-measure vocalises.
If dere was only good woman, dat somet'ing; but no fortun'- teller out here in de bushes--no, no--when a silber spoon go, here, he go for good and all--Goody, massy"--staring at something in the court--"what he call dat, sa?"
BOOK THE SIXTH.--September, 1666.
Sir,--Faber, in his work on the Waldenses, quotes Reinerius, in Biblio.
Soon Jordberga was lost to sight, and they travelled towards Svedala and Skaber Lake and back again over Goerringe Cloister and Haeckeberga.
By the mess, ere theise eyes of mine take themselves to slomber, ay'll de gud service, or I'll lig i' th' grund for it; ay, or go to death.