Lord Liverpool, Lord Melbourne, and Lord Aberdeen were placed in their exalted posts, not for remarkable abilities, but by the force of circumstances, for the purpose of uniting greater men than they in a coalition in order to form a strong government.
3:1 Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judaea, and Herod being tetrarch of Galilee, and his brother Philip tetrarch of Ituraea and of the region of Trachonitis, and Lysanias the tetrarch of Abilene, 3:2 Annas and Caiaphas being the high priests, the word of God came unto John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness.
We have no light laid on except in a large room in the garden, where acetylene gas has been installed.
MANTE, SIVY (PROUST) Albertine disparue.
Allene Corliss (A); 14Mar63; R312279.
Since the introduction of aniline black, some dyers use it in place of logwood both for wool and cotton.
26 Apam=ea, Apami, a city of Bithynia, built by Nicomedes, the son of Prusias Apennine Mountains, a large chain of mountains, branching off from the Maritime Alps, in the neighbourhood of Genoa, running diagonally from the Ligurian Gulf to the Adriatic, in the vicinity of Ancona; from which it continues nearly parallel with the latter gulf, as far as the promontory of Garg=anus, and again inclines to Mare Inf)erum, till it finally terminates in the promontory of Leucopetra, near Rhegium.
MISCELLANEOUS.--Coal in the Argentine Republic.--Note.
Within that other little light is smiling The advocate of the Christian centuries, Out of whose rhetoric Augustine was furnished.
This process is one for which no excuse exists and unless it can be brought to an end then, apart from certain physical differentiations on which nature wisely insists, we have no guaranty against the adulteration that has gone so far towards substituting the mongrel for the pure racial type, while society is bound to suffer still further deception and continued danger along the lines that have recently been indicated by the transformation of Treibitsch into "Lincoln," Braunstein into "Trotsky" and Samuels into "Montague."
The water contains many times more salt, and much more soda, sulphur, magnesia, chlorine, bromine and potassium than any ocean water on the globe.
SEE Buckstein, Jacob.
And, in this fine and Caesarean line, "this world" is to be understood not of the order of co-existences merely,` but also of the order of successions; he was the foremost man not only of his contemporaries, but also, within his own intellectual class, of men generally--of all that ever should come after him, or should sit on thrones under the denominations of Czars, Kesars, or Caesars of the Bosphorus and the Danube; of all in every age that should inherit his supremacy of mind, or should subject to themselves the generations of ordinary men by qualities analogous to his.
Constantine, in the eleventh book of his husbandry, cap.
Whereas it appears that a state of war exists between Austria, Prussia, Sardinia, Great Britain, and the United Netherlands of the one part and France on the other, and the duty and interest of the United States require that they should with sincerity and good faith adopt and pursue a conduct friendly and impartial toward the belligerent powers: I have therefore thought fit by these presents to declare the disposition of the United States to observe the conduct aforesaid toward those powers respectively, and to exhort and warn the citizens of the United States carefully to avoid all acts and proceedings whatsoever which may in any manner tend to contravene such disposition.
But you see," she went on, "if Violet happened to hear, from somebody who was in the way of getting inside information, about a small opera that had a sensational part for a baritone, she'd work it and make her husband too, and since he's one of the real backers and a friend of Mr. Eckstein's, they'd be likely to accomplish something."
Then, with a deafening continuous clatter of loose glass-panes and throbbing of its filthy floor, the vehicle started again, elephantine.
Quaternary Holocene 500,000 years Pleistocene Tertiary Pliocene 5,500,000 years or Miocene Cenozoic Oligocene Eocene Secondary Cretaceous 7,200,000 years or Jurassic 3,600,000 " Mesozoic Triassic 2,500,000 " Primary Permian 2,800,000 years or Carboniferous 6,200,000 " Palaeozoic Devonian 8,000,000 " Silurian 5,400,000 " Ordovician 5,400,000 " Cambrian 8,000,000 " Archaean Keweenawan Unknown (probably Animikie at least Huronian 50,000,000 years) Keewatin Laurentian CHAPTER V. THE BEGINNING OF LIFE There is, perhaps, no other chapter in the chronicle of the earth that we approach with so lively an interest as the chapter which should record the first appearance of life.
Footnote 13: Epstein, The Negro Migrant in Pittsburgh.
SEE Evans, Ernestine.
When nicotine vapor is passed through a red-hot tube, it yields essentially collidine, and, with this, some pyridine, picoline, lutidine, and gases such as hydrogen, marsh-gas, and ethylene.
Repondant a la question de l'Ambassadeur d'Allemagne, a quelles conditions nous consentirions encore a suspendre nos armements, le Ministre des Affaires Etrangeres declara que ces conditions seraient la reconnaissance par l'Autriche-Hongrie que la question Austro-Serbe avait revetu le caractere d'une question europeenne, et la declaration de cette meme Puissance qu'elle consentait a ne pas insister sur des demandes incompatibles avec les droits souverains de la Serbie.
This plant is a large evergreen shrub.
FINKELSTEIN, HERMAN N. Legal aspects of commercial letters of credit.
In Venice, "the Court of Venus," he revelled in the fair beauty and the freedom of maidens, so much more lovely and so much less reserved, than the Florentine girls he knew.
Generally, indeed, it may be maintained that right is of a nature analogous to that of certain chemical substances, which cannot be exhibited in a pure and isolated condition, but at the most only with a small admixture of some other substance, which serves as a vehicle for them, or gives them the necessary consistency; such as fluorine, or even alcohol, or prussic acid.
And we walk about in it with a stately gesture, as if it were some priestly stole or imperial mantle; not the foulest beggar's gabardine that ever was. "
He jerked his gun up and fired, not at a man, for the bullet struck the thin chain which held the gasoline lamp suspended, struck it with a clang, and it rushed down to the table.
Murray's proposed edition of his works, Thorwaldsen's statue refused by Dean of Westminster, attempt to alter Dean's decision; the statue placed in library of Trinity College, Cambridge, Byron, Lady, her offer to Murray for redemption of Byron's Memoirs, Cadell & Davies, appointed London Agents for Blackwood's Magazine, Callcott, Lady, see Graham, Mrs. Campbell, Thomas, "Pleasures o Hope," "Hohenlinden," "The Exile of Erin," "Ye Mariners of England," "Battle of the Baltic," "Lochiel's Warning"; correspondence with Scott; intimacy with Murray; proposed "Selection from British Poets"; "Gertrude of Wyoming"; Lectures on Poetry; "Now Barabbas was a Publisher"; his opinion of Mrs. Hemans's "Records of Woman," Canning, George, starts Anti-Jacobin; assists in starting Quarterly Review; article in Q.R. on "Austrian State Papers"; on Spain; views on the Royal Society of Literature; opinion of "Waverley"; letters from Gifford; called "X." by Benjamin Disraeli, Canning, Stratford, "The Miniature"; connection with Q.R.; introduces Gifford to Murray; his mission to Constantinople, Carlyle, Thomas, recommended to Murray by Lord Jeffrey; correspondence with Murray about "Sartor Resartus"; "Sartor Resartus" declined by other publishers; returns to Craigenputtock; "Sartor Resartus" published in Fraser's Magazine, and, through Emerson's influence, in United States, Cawthorn, publisher of "English Bards and Scotch Reviewers," Cervetto, Chantrey, Sir F., calls Murray "a brother Cyclops," note Chesterfield, Lord, Cleghorn, James, Editor of Blackwood's Magazine, Colburn, the publisher, "Vivian Grey"; declines "Sartor Resartus," Coleridge, John Taylor; appointed Editor to Quarterly Review; wishes to resign editorship, Coleridge, Samuel Taylor; correspondence with Murray; Goethe's "Faust"; "Wallenstein"; "The Friend"; "Remorse," "Glycine," "Christabel," "Christmas Tale," "Zapolya"; opinion of Frere, Colman's Comedy, "John Bull," Colquhoun, Rt.
The artificial preparation of theobromine and caffeine from xanthine, and guanine also show clearly their relations.
In the French Revolution it was such men as these who leered up at the guillotine and laughed when the heads of patrician women fell into the basket, and who did the bloody Work of the September massacre.
The hidden folio in the life of Oscar Hammerstein. (
Austrian garrisons occupied Hamburg; Schleswig-Holstein was abandoned, Hessia was chastised, and all that is dear to Germans purposely affronted.
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defined Antidotes for poisons Antiseptics Apparatus, Question of Arm, Upper Arteries Astigmatism Asphyxia Atlas and axis Atmosphere, how made impure Bacteria, Nature of Bacteria, Struggle for existence of Importance of, in Nature Action of Battle against Baths and bathing Bathing, Rules and precautions Bicycling Bile Biology defined Bladder Bleeding, from stomach from lungs from nose How to stop Blood, Circulation of Physical properties of corpuscles Coagulation of General plan of circulation Blood-vessels, Nervous control of connected with heart Effect of alcohol on Injuries to Bodies, living, Characters of Body, General plan of Bone, Chemical composition of Physical properties of Microscopic structure of Bones, uses of, The Kinds of in infancy and childhood positions at school in after life Broken broken, Treatment for Effect of alcohol on Effect of tobacco on Breathing, Movements of Breathing, Mechanism of Varieties of Nervous control of change in the air Air, made impure by Brain, 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Cornea Corpuscles, Blood Red Colorless Corti, Organ of Cranial Nerves Cranium, Bones of Crying Crystalline lens Cuticle Cutis vera, or true skin Degeneration, Fatty, due to alcohol Deglutition, or swallowing Deodorants Diet, Important articles of Effect of occupation on Too generous Effect of climate on Digestion, Purpose of General plan of in small intestines in large intestines Effect of alcohol on Disease, Effect of alcoholics upon Diseases, infectious and contagious, Management of Care of Hints on nursing Disinfectants Air and water as How to use Dislocations Dogs, mad, Bites of Drowning, Apparent Methods of treating Sylvester method Marshall Hall method Duct, Hepatic Cystic Common bile Thoracic Nasal Duodenum Dura mater Ear, External Middle Bones of the Internal Practical hints on care of Foreign bodies in Eating, Practical points about Eggs as food Elements, Chemical, in the body Epidermis, or cuticle Epiglottis Epithelium Squamous Columnar Glandular Ciliated Epithelial tissues, Functions of Erect position Ethmoid bone Eustachian tube Excretion Exercise, Physical Importance of Effect of, on muscles Effect of, on important organs Effect of, on personal appearance Effect of excessive Amount of, required Time for Physical, in school Practical points about Effect of alcohol and tobacco on Experiments, Limitations of Value of Eye Inner structure of Compared to camera Refractive media of Movements of Foreign bodies in Practical hints on care of Effect of alcohol on Effect of tobacco on Eyeball, Coats of Eyelids and eyebrows Eyesight in schools Face Bones of the Fainting Fats and oils Femur Fibrin Fibula Fish as food Food and drink Food, why we need it Absorption of, by the blood Quantity of, as affected by age Kinds of, required Foods, Classification of Nitrogenous Proteid Saline or mineral Vegetable Proteid vegetable Non-proteid vegetable Non-proteid animal Table of Food materials, Table of Composition of Foot Foul air, Effect of, on health Frontal bone Frost bites Fruits as food Gall bladder Garden vegetables Gastric glands Gastric juice, Effect of alcohol on Glands Mesenteric Lymphatic Ductless Thyroid Thymus Suprarenal Lacrymal Glottis Hair Structure of Hair and nails, Care of Hall, Marshall, method for apparent drowning Hand Haversian canals Head and spine, how joined Head, Bones of Hearing, Sense of Mechanism of Effect of tobacco on Heart Valves of General plan of blood-vessels connected with Rhythmic action of Impulse and sounds of Nervous control of Effect of alcohol on Effect of tobacco on Heat, Animal Sources of Hiccough Hip bones Histology defined Humerus Hygiene defined Hyoid bone Hypermetropia Ileum Injured, Prompt aid to Insalivation Intestine, Small Coats of small Large Intoxicants, Physical results of Iris of the eye Jejunum Joints Imperfect Perfect Hinge Ball-and-socket Pivot Katabolism defined Kidneys Structure of Function of Action if, how modified Effect of alcohol on Kidneys and skin Lacrymal apparatus gland Lacteals Landmarks, Bony Muscular heart arteries Larynx Laughing Lens, Crystalline Levers in the body Life, The process of Ligaments Limbs, Upper Lower Liver Minute structure of Blood supply of Functions of Effect of alcohol on Lungs Minute structure of Capacity of Effect of alcohol on Bleeding from Lymph Lymphatics Mad dogs, Bites of Malar bone Mastication Maxillary, Superior Inferior Meals, Hints about Meats as food Medulla oblongata Membrane, Synovial Serous Arachnoid Membranes, Brain Mesentery Metabolism defined Metacarpal bones Metatarsal bones Microscope, Use of Milk Mineral foods Morphology defined Motion in animals Mouth Movement, Mechanism of Muscles, Kinds of voluntary, Structure of involuntary, Structure of Arrangement of Important Effect of alcohol on Effect of tobacco on Review analysis of Rest for Muscular tissue, Effect of alcohol on Changes in Properties of activity contraction fatigue sense Myopia Nails Care of Nasal bones Nerve cells fibers cells and fibers, Function of Nerves, Cranial Spinal Motor Sensory spinal, Functions of Nervous system, General view of compared to telegraph system Divisions of Effect of alcohol on Effect of tobacco on Nitrogenous foods.
SEE MILLETT, FRED B. BENTLEY, IMOGENE S. Behavior, knowledge, fact.
This grim conception of an internecine conflict, inevitable and unending, in which all races must play their part, hung for a generation after 1859 over the study of world-politics as the fear of a cooling sun hung over physics, and the fear of a population to be checked only by famine and war hung over the first century of political economy.
WILLIAMS, JOSEPHINE G. The people and politics of Latin America.
Within it were four gay maidens bound to the Navy-Yard, from whence they were to sail, with a large party of people of nice assortment, in an experimental steamer, which was to be made to go with kerosene lamps, in some way.
SEE Alekseef, Konstantin Sergeevich.
if I trace with curious interest your labyrinthine self-delusions, note the inconsistencies in your zealous adhesions, and smile at your helpless endeavors in a rashly chosen part, it is not that I feel myself aloof from you: the more intimately I seem to discern your weaknesses, the stronger to me is the proof that I share them.
Let witchcraft join with beauty, lust with both; Tie up the libertine in a field of feasts, Keep his brain fuming.
R99500, 8Sep52, Lloyd E. Smith (A) LICHTENSTEIN, MORRIS.
What's to come is, as SHAKSPEARE says, still unsure, but apparently the heroine, who has gone to break the happy news to a poor but respectable aunt in Devonshire, is met at the country station by a chauffeur, who calls her "Lady Alice" and waves her towards a large Limousine.