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Theatre, a Monthly Review and Magazine
He laughed ; then gave his nether garb a hitch ; “The fairest sight? that, sir, is easily told. ... Nov. 1, 1883,] VIDI—VICI—AUDIVI. 279 A faithful friend writes from America under date, October 15, as follows: ‘* What with the opening of the two opera seasons and the coming of Irving there is great ...
They really took possession some months ago, but with the October number the new management begins its work. ... The limbs, the hips, the swelling bust Of famed Olympus’ fairest queen, Ne’er modelled yet on lines more just Was ever sculptured marble seen! ...
CONTENTS OF THE OCTOBER NUMBER. Lacordaire and the Order of St. Dominic. The Fairest Fair, (From St, John of the Cross.) Unionist Essays, The Siege of Ancona. Comparative Mortality of Great Capitals. ... It is requested that Letters and Manu- scripts may be sent to the former address, The Editor cannot undertake to return rejected Communications. ...
The National and English Review
This is not always a reliable guide; nor is it quite fair to the convoy system. ... them less inclined to take risks when attacking; and the heavy losses suffered during the second six months of 1917 —i.e. 44—must have had some share in reducing losses of ships, though it is not possible ...
Truly the American makes the most of freedom in religious belief. Tus school year opens the fairest of any to ambitious and studious young women. ... FOR OCTOBER. First week (ending October 8). “Grecian History.”? Chapter I. “The United States and Foreign Powers.’’ Chapter I. ...
The Superintendent is now prepared to attend the orders of the man- agers on Monday, in each week, from October to April. ... [PUBLISHED BY REQUEST. } GARMENT SOCIETY—TREASURER’S ANNUAL REPORT, October 15, 1840. It is ahappy feeling to know God blessesus! ...
October had come again; and early in the month George Pauncefort found himself once more on the long terrace in front of Scarsdale Abbey. ... The opening chapter of life’s romance is generally very commonplace. ...
the heating and ventilating magazine 47 UNMATCHED PROGRESS IN SIX SHORT MONTHS Last October, A. E. Macinnis, R. S. Bohn and Spencer A. ... We honestly believe no other oil burner concern ever built up, in six short months, a dealer organization the rival of this in quality. Qual¬ ity is what we want. ...
This is the fairest measure, actually, of a given truck’s performance, since ... Likewise, in this case, the profit or loss resulting from each truck’s operation during the month is of interest and is measured before the application of indirect overhead (that which cannot be directly ...
Thence he was removed to Hanover, and he continued in that city till the month of October, 1787, in command of the Guards of the Elec- torate, in which corps he was appoint- ed Colonel on the 30th of May ... — What art thou, fairest Vision ? Thou dost seem Sometimes a northern nymph, climbing the snows Of her free mountains proudly. ...
Criminal Law & Justice Weekly
On October 18, Russian scientists succeeding in landing a space-craft, launched four months earlier, on that planet which is nearest to the earth, “only” 484 m. miles away. ... But whoever heard of that planet performing the antics ascribed to it by the Devon police? On October 28, the U.S. ...
New Englander and Yale Review
The changes wrought by the rolling seasons in the Berkshire valley were faithfully chronicled in some of his most successful pictures; the procession of the months March, June, October and November, the ... At that time he sung her praises as “the fairest of the rural maids.” ...
The first bloom, which is probably the fairest test of the present condition and prospect of the growing crop, proves that the average growing season will be at least twenty days short of the usual period ... The crop of 1842 was very large, and it will be ob- served that the season commenced on the 22d February, and continued until to 26th October, a period of 8 months and four days, yielding 2,378,000 bales ...
OCTOBER. As without hops our beer is made, and malt, Old birds are caught with chaff, and young with salt ; As men on tea get drunk, on wine keep sober, So shall * the debt” be paid in this October. ... fairest month of all the year, To sentiment and suicides most dear — Swift through my brain thy varied pleasure jumps ; Werter, Rousseau, arsenic and stomach-pumps. Nov. 1. ...
The Merchant's Magazine and Commercial Review
The first bloom, which is probably the fairest test of the present condition and rospect of the growing crop, proves that the average growing season will be at east twenty days short of the usual period ... The crop of 1842 was very large, and it will be observed that the season commenced on the 22d February, and continued until the 26th October, a period of eight months and four days, yielding 2,378,000 ...
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