Cambridge Public Library Bulletin, Volumes 1-2 (Google eBook)

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Cambridge Co-operative Society, 1896 - Library catalogs
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Page 25 - THE GLACIERS OF THE ALPS : being a Narrative of Excursions and Ascents. An Account of the Origin and Phenomena of Glaciers, and an Exposition of the Physical Principles to which they are related.
Page 25 - GAS MANUFACTURE (THE CHEMISTRY OF). A Hand-Book on the Production, Purification, and Testing of Illuminating Gas, and the Assay of the ByeProducts of Gas Manufacture. For the Use of Students.
Page 13 - The evidence, however, seems to point to the conclusion that, when a highly centralized society disintegrates, under the pressure of economic competition, it is because the energy of the race has been exhausted. Consequently, the survivors of such a community lack the power necessary for renewed concentration, and must probably remain inert until supplied with fresh energetic material by the infusion of barbarian blood.
Page 24 - THE HEART OF OAK BOOKS A Collection of Traditional Rhymes and Stories for Children, and of Masterpieces of Poetry and Prose for Use at Home and at School, chosen with special reference to the cultivation of the imagination and the development of a taste for good reading.
Page 14 - Blackfoot Lodge Tales," etc. The first volume in the Story of the West Series, edited by RIPLET HITCHCOCK. With 16 full-page Illustrations. 12mo, cloth, $1.50. The object of this series is to preserve the picturesque and individual types of a life in the real West which is rapidly fading away, and to offer the romantic stories of the Indian, explorer, cowboy, miner, soldier, and other representative figures in a permanent form. Mr. Grinnell's intimate personal knowledge of his subject has enabled...
Page 9 - There is not a dull line in his correspondence. Their substance is one of the rarest in epistolary literature, and their style is unique, for in the smallest matters, as in the greatest, Matthew Arnold gave the best of himself to his task; even as a letter writer his motto was

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