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" I would have my shirt off for an hour in the morning, and an hour in the afternoon, and so you see the lice found us a bit of something to do. "
The University Library ... - Page 84
by Princeton University - 1898 - 20 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 119

Current events - 1917
...5th of March, 1915, nor even a bath. And you may guess what we were like. I would have my shirt off for an hour in the morning, and an hour in the afternoon, and so you see the lice found us a bit of something to do. But I can tell you it was difficult work...
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Woodhouse Grove School: Memorials and Reminiscences

Josiah Thomas Slugg - Methodist Church - 1885 - 353 pages
...provided which could be used for teaching. The best that could be done was to utilise the dining-hall for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon. This arrangement continued for a short time, until a suitable schoolroom could be provided. It seemed...
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The Victorian Half Century: A Jubilee Book

Charlotte Mary Yonge - Queens - 1887 - 114 pages
...(afterwards Dean of Chester and Bishop of Peterborough) became her instructor, actually teaching her letters. For an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon from that time forward he was with her. He gave her instruction in her religious faith, in history,...
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Final report: 1890

Boston (Mass.). Joint Special Committee on Charles River Bridges - 1890 - 35 pages
...city of Chicago, by an ordinance, forbade the opening of the draws of said bridge for any purpose, for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon, and between these hours allowed it to be opened for only ten minutes at any one time. In a complaint...
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Hygiene and public health

Benjamin Arthur Whitelegge - 1905 - 636 pages
...count two children as one adult. (f) Management of sleeping-rooms.—The windows must be opened fully for an hour in the morning, and an hour in the afternoon, except in case of stress of weather or occupation of the room by a sick person, or other sufficient...
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Proceedings of the National Park Conference...

National parks and reserves - 1912
...propositions from Inspiration Point to the floor of the valley. One is the proposition of permitting, say, for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon, automobiles to take the road from Inspiration Point to the floor of the valley, say, from 9 to 10 in...
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Proceedings of the National Parks Conference ...: 1911, 1912, 1915, 1917

National parks conference - National parks and reserves - 1913
...propositions from Inspiration Point to the floor of the valley. One is the proposition of permitting, say, for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon, automobiles to take the road from Inspiration Point to the floor of the valley, say, from 9 to 10 in...
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Five Years to Find Out

Ida Alexa Ross Wylie - 1914 - 373 pages
...and a suite of rooms at the ancestral mansion for? For coming here once a week, sitting in this chair for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon and yawning myself to death. And do you know what difference there is between me and the rest of our...
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Princeton University Library: American Library Association Visit, June 29, 1916

Princeton University. Library - 1916 - 159 pages
...in 1868, and it was "opened on Monday of each week for the accommodation of the students." In 1868, however, provision was made for extending the hours...general up to 1877-8 books were delivered only during oue hour, although the Library was open the other two hours for consultation. lu 1877-8 it was opened...
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Cardinal Mercier's own story

Désiré Mercier - Belgium - 1920 - 419 pages
...awaiting trial. He has leave to order his own meals, to read and to write ; he may walk in the yard for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon; his cell is lighted, and he has a table and a chair at his disposal. To my question whether he had...
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