Author: New York (State). Legislature. SenatePublish On: 1877
Q. Do you call this the original 7 A. Yes; I considered those books mine; it was
considered best, then, to take a copy of them. Q. For the ... Q. These are the books produced by you? A. Yes. Q. Can you tell where “No. 2 ” was made 2 A. No
. Q. Who made the copy “2? ... A. I do not. Q. Do you know that there are entries in
day-book “C 1,” which is the corresponding day-book, which are not found in “No. 1 ?
THE JAVELIN . Thus is a capital Gymnastic Recreation . Get a heavy pole , shod
at one end with iron , or a spike , if you think proper ; elevate it with the other hand
... The person who is to perform this exploit , ( whom we shall designate as No .
and , as Schumann says , speaking of the first hearing of a quartet by Cherubini -
" You feel ” her “ power to the soles of your feet . ... throughout — that is , when
the skill of the she gave a second selection from the same little masterpieces ,
which , in player can make them ... 1 , Book 5 ) , of Lieder , the number of these
exquisite “ tone pictures ” amounts to no one of the most eloquent , and among
the most ...
No . 6 . No . . No . 8 No . 9 . No . 10 . NET GAIN . 1 158 . 83 115 . 93 144 . 10 83 .
72 161 . 80 129 . 97 136 . 29 104 . 80 51 . 91 94 . 62 Having now made out a
statement and ascertained the net gain and the present worth , you will next
I mean, what assurance do we have that you are up for the operation? We
obviously have a lot riding on this. On you. Is there anything you can say that
would make us feel a little less ...anxious about the whole thing?” Sid noticed a one-way ...
We receive 2thus secure the receipt of every number exceed a bull in weight ,
and for the same cent stamps by letter for ... Brahmas ; h man wants a book all on the Brahmas ; he one ring , five 2 - cent stamps , or 10 cents ; in the " make - up .
I have been in the position of manager of a bindery since I was nineteen years of
age ; that is , about twenty - one or trenty - two years . ... Q . At my request , have
you made examination of various samples of binding and blank - books executed
and furnished by the Congressional Printer ... 15 ; what would you furnish the
same pumber for 1 - A . I would furnish them for $ 58 Q . Twenty - five copies of No .
Are there not book agents enough , THE FAITH THAT MAKES FAITHFUL . and
subscription publishers enough behind number ... 1 . 50 ; by mail , $ 1 . 68 ; no
Why is the ordinary book agent a public ten years . We may say , however , that
EXTRACTS from Notes and Memoranda of Mr . F . Rogers , Chief Accountant to the Commission , made during the progress of his ... for as the account in
question is a very simple one , and not written up in a hurry , the Bursar ' s own book was the last to be ... ( Bursar ' s Rough Cash Book , No . 1 , pp . 83 – 84 . )
On the 27th March , 1840 , there is an entry on Debit side of Cash Book , to Credit of Messrs .
Dana describes more than 400 varieties of wild flowers , making them easily
recognizable . The romangraphical ... 00 . are referred to , giving the book a value
for the library Ever since Miss Marsden began her devoted work as well as for the
field . The illustrations are drawn ... 16mo , $ 1 . 25 . Opinion . " All of them
readable , with a trick of nature in every line . " - N . Y . Journal of Commerce . By
on your o nor endeavor to give the “ hard facts ” in the life of On one at least of the
four new " points " that ing touches to his book , Three Years of Arctic
Shakespeare . Mrs . Dall does not appear to Mrs . Dall claims to have made , we
Art of Money Getting ( The ) ; or , Hints and Helps How to Make a Fortune . - By
P. T. Barnum , the ... The Barbara Bee Riddle Book , No. 1. — This is a choice
collection of Riddles designed for home and evening amusement . It contains
Including The Boy's Own Book, The Book of Gymnastics, and Parlor Magic
William Clarke ... at once supplied , for when the cat is laid upon the ground , the
player , with his cudgel , strikes it smartly , it matters not at which end ... The first is
exceedingly simple , and consists in making a large ring upon the ground , in the
middle of which the striker takes his ... other , and at every hole is placed a player
with his cudgel ; one of the opposite party , who stand in the field , tosses the cat
to the ...
I am happy to say , does not serve the ends of Consoling Thoughts in Sickness ,
12mo . 2 / 6 cl . drunkenness . Man makes it into excellent lime to Schnick -
Schnack : a Dallas ' s Story of the Irish Church Missions , Part 1 , fe . 2 / 6 ol . Trifle
The Jews were phets were considered as one book - that the certainly beft
qualified to judge of the authenticiwhole ... They could judge of the inourited to 22
. truth of the facts recorded , and they could have The Pentateuch cousits of the
five books of no interest in aviopting a forgery . ... Yet we must make this
fuppofikind , which would be suflicient to prove at least tion , if we reject the
historical facts of the ...
The extent and manner in which it does so , by Trustees and per cent . allowed
and Prize Books others . on Trustees sent out . must ... for many books which no
doubt whom these requisites were sent , we make the following extracts have first
been made known in the ... We got a No . 1 package of prize books last year ,
satisfied . The question has ever been an anxious one with me . which was very ...
Author: Robert Lawrence HoltPublish On: 1986-07-15
It's for a reader to not be able to go asleep at night. I want him to keep reading
another four pages, then one more page. The following morning or night, he's
anxious to get back to the book. The result: Sidney Sheldon's books have hit No.
Author: Robert Lawrence Holt
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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THE EXHIBITION . Philadelphia will get through the vigor it has Titirst American
World's Fair , or , in more thus displayed . cencoa parlance , the Centennial , is
certainly a Ica success . No one has yet visited it BOOK AND STATIONERY ...
1 am satisfied in my own mind that we are now on the road to reform, and all that
is necessary to complete our task is for the publishers to come ... I contend that
there is no competition in the book trade as regards the price that any publisher
puts on his books, for they are copyrighted, and he owns them. ... It would make no difference if the McGuffie Spellers were ten cents per copy, they would
Ismael , the second son , disputed with large number of books belonging to the
cele - subject into four epochs — the Barbarian , thị Mahmud ( the dead father ? ]
... does L A Spanish writer has in some respect found innocence of the history of
Moham - not tend to make a book readable . ... The illustrations are not nearly 1 it
halted in various stages of its growth in whether Raleigh lost his head because