( Ath . Coll . vol . 73 . ) 80 Cambridge ( privately printed ) , 1835 . DAUBENY (
Charles ) Note on Dr . J . Davy ' s “ Notice of the recent Volcano in the
Mediterranean . " ( Misc . Coll . vol . 4 . ) 4° London , 1833 . - On the Gases from
the King ' s Bath ...
I can sneak you into his room while he's in his bath and... ah, but that's not what
concerns you─I can see this request is not to your liking..." Matsunosuke was just
about to reply when suddenly the old samurai sat bolt upright and reached for ...
Author: Natsuhiko Kyogoku
Publisher: Creek ＆ River Co., Ltd
Set in ancient Japan, Natsuhiko Kyogoku's chilling series interweaves tales of karma and retribution with supernatural tricksters and spirits. In Shibaemon the Raccoon-Dog, the leader of a famed traveling puppet troupe on the island of Awaji is asked by his feudal lord to take a mysterious guest into his house, little suspecting where it will lead. Art imitates life in this horrific tale involving a shape-shifting raccoon-dog, a serial murderer, and a young samurai with ties to Japan’s ruling clan.
... 17 '88 I am sitting up for three hours in the big chair—have had a bit of dinner—
had a big bath this forenoon—Dr Osler ... remains favorable—my weakness and
bad head remain—pulse good—pretty warm weather— Walt Whitman 1719.
Had Achilles been in Peleus ' palace in Pthia , he might have better borne the
want of a Briseïs . ... Dr Blair admits that Agamennon loved Chryseïs better than
Clytemnestra ; indeed , we have the king of men ' s own word for it ; and Achilles ,
who was the soul of truth and honour , tells us that he ... Oh ! that bloody bath !
“You know, Matthew,” said the Doctor when we were seated at the meal, “I think
we had better leave Gilesborough alone. What with you giving a policeman in
uniform a bath, and my fine being paid by the most prominent lady in the town, I
Author: Hugh Lofting
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Just in time for the major motion picture Dolittle starring Robert Downey Jr.—soaring into theaters on January 17, 2020! Journey into the world of Doctor Dolittle, the kind and eccentric naturalist who can speak with animals. Working with original author Hugh Lofting’s son, these books have been fully updated for the modern reader, all while retaining the full charm of the originals. Rediscover the children’s literature classic with four novels from the beloved series! This concluding volume delves into prehistorical puzzles that begin with the Doctor’s arrival on the lunar surface in Doctor Dolittle in the Moon. There he not only meets the Moon Man and intelligent plants, but learns how the moon came to be in the first place. In Doctor Dolittle’s Return, he sets out to reveal all he learned on the moon, but is no sooner off to Africa to rescue his old friend, Mudface the turtle, the last living passenger of Noah’s Ark. In Doctor Dolittle and the Secret Lake, we at last hear his fascinating tale of The Great Flood. This complete collection of the tales of Doctor Dolittle concludes with the delectable dessert that is Gub Gub’s Book, in which the famous pig writes a book of his own: an encyclopedia of food!
Theoretically, the best-constituted soil is that which is deep enough to afford a
basis for the roots, friable enough to admit of their rapid growth, ... The cost of
thorough-draining is stated in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society (vol. iv.
H.B.C. really wishes to be released from his Baths for the Collodion Process . -
Having lately hard work in hunting up the truth of ... and Anagrams seems to me
so important as to deserve being Vol . iv . , p . 226 ) . — Though we have ceased
... and to the better sanitation of the house . Whenever a bath is provided , it is
generally left open , and forms a receptacle for dirt and dust , which is not always
cleaned out when the bath is filled . I suggest that the bath be slightly lowered
The cotton is very good . the negative has been over - exposed . Inquirer . — Mr .
Negretti gave a good description of J. Broadley . - 1 . See answer to “ Toning - bath . ” 2. We the albumen process on glass in Vol . II . cannot be answerable for
The wine is said to be much stronger and better than that grown on the dwarf
vines , and it certainly is free from that earthy ... baths . In the principal street I
often noticed a handsome old house with curiously - mullioned windows : this
101 , vol . iv . No . 163 , vol . 1v . No . 106 , and so I Sheriff . & to that End . in
regard of the good Service on . In a later hand is added to many of the He bath
done us , Some of us were the means of that documents , “ Printed Parl . Hist . ,
vol . xiv ...
I consider them a useful , hardy , and paying race of cattle , and particularly well
adapted for their climate and locality . I cannot say much in praise of ... If fair
prizes were offered , there would probably be some good specimens exbibited .
The English ... In the volume of this Journal for last year , vol . iv . p . 276 , I wrote
a short ...
Author: British Merchant Service Journal 1882 Vol.IVPublish On: 1882
be demanded for tonnage dues . This may be obviated by silence , and by setting
apart as many cabins as possible for stowage of sails and stores , the use of "
stewardess , ” “ purser , " " surgeon , ” “ hospital ” recreation and bath rooms for
Author: British Merchant Service Journal 1882 Vol.IV
Author: Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club (Bath, England)Publish On: 1889
... in two publications of great authority , the “ Ordnance Survey ” and the “
Proceedings of the Bath Field Club " * — for it is a ... facing due south , with full
protection behind and a warm brashy soil , must have been the best possible for
the growth of ... Of more humble plants I can only name the nettle as giving * Vol . iv . , p .
Author: Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club (Bath, England)
Author: Bath and West and Southern Counties SocietyPublish On: 1861
Bath and West and Southern Counties Society, Bath and West of England
Society ... Theoretically , the best - constituted soil is that which is deep enough to
afford a basis for the roots , friable enough to admit of their rapid ... The cost of
thorough - draining is stated in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society ( vol . iv . p .
Author: Bath and West and Southern Counties Society
Author: British Association for the Advancement of SciencePublish On: 1889
British Association for the Advancement of Science, British Association for the
Advancement of Science. ... by WILLIAM TURNER , gathered and set forth for the
benefit of the poorer sort of people by WILLIAM BREMER ; augmented by G. E.
Black Better . 4to . ... Soc . vol . xiv , pp . ... A. Analysis of the Mineral Water of Bath
Author: British Association for the Advancement of Science
The " Photographic Beacon " says of the 872 BROADWAY , July 27 , 1891 .
International Annual , Vol . IV . Messrs . E . & H . T . ANTHONY ... August 9 , 1891
. ] less . Any standard toning bath is good , but The “ International Annual of
Ibid . , vol . 1 , January 1731 , p . 25 . 90. John Brown , On the Pursuit of FALSE
PLEASURE , and the Mischiefs of IMMODERATE GAMING : A SERMON , ( Bath :
1750 ) , pp . ... Philip Thicknesse , The New Prose Bath Guide for the Year 1778 .
Author: Carl Chinn
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
Category: Book-making (Betting)
Today, branches of chains such as William Hill and Ladbrokes are familiarights in high streets across Britain, and betting takes place on all sortsf events - from horse-racing to general elections, from football-matchesults to the likelihood of snow falling on Christmas Day. Yet until 1961treet bookmakers were illegal, and old prejudices are slow to fade away. Atigma is still attached to bookmaking, and for many people bookmakers remain disreputable and shady lot. This book sets out to examine why this is thease. Social historian Carl Chinn was himself a bookmaker, like his fathernd grandfather before him, and therefore brings his own unique perspectiveo this lively and highly readable account of the profession's history, fromts origins among the sharpsters who hoodwinked punters at racecourses, tohe illegal street bookies who offered the working class a tantalising escaperom poverty, to the growth of leisure empires such as Coral and William Hillost-legalisation, to gambling on the internet and betting on 'virtual' horseaces.
It was written can the kindergarten become a part of the Marquis of Bath ( vol . iv .
p . 228 ) , are not in at the request of a lady residing in Venice , public school
system ? ( 2 ) What benefit cluded . It appears to me to be a somewhat . and with
... being now at Bath no particular attraction to counterbalance the ardour of his
affection, Lord Mauleverer ordered the horses to his carriage, and, attended only
by his valet, set out for London. Nothing, perhaps, could convey a better portrait
Author: Gary Kelly
Category: Literary Criticism
Presents a representative body of Romantic and early Victorian crime literature. This work contains ephemeral material ranging from gallows broadsides to reports into prison conditions. It is suitable for those studying Literature, Romantic and Victorian popular culture, Dickens Studies and the History of Criminology.