Imprenta y Estereotipia Espanola de los Senores Nieto y Compania.
All these glaring inconsistencies, and many more, has Dr. Webster restereotyped from Walker, in his octavo Dictionary!
He sold his stereo to raise cash and drove to New Hampshire to avoid the sales tax.
Of the Stonesfield slate mammals, one, Amphitherium, has a definitely Australian character; one, Phascolotherium, may be either Dasyurid or Didelphine; of a third, Stereognathus, nothing can at present be said.
Palfrey's and Arnold's Histories Plea for the Fijians, A Professor at the Breakfast-Table, The Roba di Roma Shakespeare's Art Smollett, Some Unedited Memorials of Stereoscope and Stereograph, The Trip to Cuba, A Two Sniffs Utah Expedition, The White's Shakspeare Why did the Governess Faint?
We will only look at the Cathedral,--all the pictures under the arches show in our glass stereograph,--at the Bronze Horses, the Campanile, the Rialto, and that glorious old statue of Bartholomew Colleoni,--the very image of what a partisan leader should be, the broad-shouldered, slender-waisted, stern-featured old soldier who used to leap into his saddle in full armor, and whose men would never follow another leader when he died.
We were just now stereographed, ourselves, at a moment's warning, as if we were fugitives from justice.
Already a workman has been travelling about the country with stereographic views of furniture, showing his employer's patterns in this way, and taking orders for them.
These three stereographs were sent us by a lady now residing in Charleston.
Monsieur Monge has drawn much from our countryman, Hamilton's work on Stereography but he has not mentioned his work.
I will have no private monopolies, to enrich one man, and beggar a multitude, multiplicity of offices, of supplying by deputies, weights and measures, the same throughout, and those rectified by the Primum mobile and sun's motion, threescore miles to a degree according to observation, 1000 geometrical paces to a mile, five foot to a pace, twelve inches to a foot, &c. and from measures known it is an easy matter to rectify weights, &c. to cast up all, and resolve bodies by algebra, stereometry.
He has also a line of specimens prepared for the stereopticon and another for the microscope.
When he had done so she motioned to the portable stereoscope which lay inside.
The reader will, perhaps, thank us for a few hints as to the choice of stereoscopes and stereoscopic pictures.
THE STEREOSCOPE.--This instrument was invented by Professor Wheatstone, and first described by him in 1838.
A painter shows us masses; the stereoscopic figure spares us nothing,--all must be there, every stick, straw, scratch, as faithfully as the dome of St. Peter's, or the summit of Mont Blanc, or the ever-moving stillness of Niagara.
The Costejo peaks stood out, with stereoscopical clearness, against a cloudless sky.
But there is so much foolish talk about wealth and fashion, (which, of course, draw a good many heartless and essentially vulgar people into the glare of their candelabra, but which have a real respectability and meaning, if we will only look at them stereoscopically, with both eyes instead of one,) that I thought it a duty to speak a few words for them.
In the third year the course is extended to the theory of decoration, color, form, and proportion; conventionalism, symbolism, the decorative arts, stained glass, fresco painting, tiles, terra-cotta, original designs, specifications, integral calculus, strength of materials, dynamics, bridges and roofs, stereotomy.
The Messrs. Longman delivered to Mr. Murray the stereotype plates of the Cookery Book, and stopped all further advertisements of Mrs. Rundell's work.
The first hundred and fifty pages were as simple, and as true to ordinary nature, as the daisies and buttercups of the common fields; the remaining two hundred pages repeated the stereotyped traditions and customary hearsays which make up the capital of every professional story-teller.
As with many stereotypes, the one of the hack at the bar does contain some truth.
The principal movements have been in stereotyping, electrotyping, the improvement of presses, and the application of steam power.