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Page v - O ! wonder ! How many goodly creatures are there here ! How beauteous mankind is ! O brave new world, That has such people in't ! Pro.
Page 77 - Around the World in Eighty Days, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and The Mysterious Island.
Page 184 - A friend gathering a small flower on the shore of a Swedish lake asked the great botanist if it were L. borealis. " Nay," said the philosopher, "she lives not here, but in the middle of our largest woods. She clings with her little arms to the moss, and seems to resist very gently if you force her from it. She has a complexion like the milk-maid ; and oh ! she is very, very sweet and agreeable.
Page 67 - The Trail of the Sword. When Valmond Came to Pontiac. The Seats of the Mighty.
Page 69 - Winter Sunshine ; Birds and Poets ; Locusts and Wild Honey ; Pepacton ; Fresh Fields; Signs and Seasons; Indoor Studies ; Riverby ; Whitman : a Study.
Page 86 - ... eyes to do their work, flowed, flowed faster than ever, followed in a flood, gushed forth, had to be wiped away, kept coming all the time, knew no measure, mingled, poured, ran down her cheeks...
Page 82 - ... hills around, were waters blue and stinging, and some plague-breath blew on them and they shivered and dried and cracked into this parched semblance of what they were in the old days when the galleys sailed over. No galleys now. No white birds calling eagerly in the storm. No silver bead of spray. Only in its season the cannoch tuft, and that itself but sparsely ; the very bluebell shuns a track so desolate, the sturdy gall itself finds no nourishment here.
Page 83 - ... the resource of its people. Hunting one day, I went to a little cothouse there and asked for something to eat. A field of unreaped barley stood ripe and dry before the door. Out the housewife went and cut some straws of it, while her daughter shook cream in a bottle, chanting a churn-charm the while. The straw was burned to dry the grain, the breeze win'd it, the quern ground it, the fire cooked the bannocks of it.
Page 261 - While we exercise great care to have all seeds, bulbs, and plants pure and reliable, we do not give any warranty, express or implied. If the purchaser does not accept the goods on these terms and conditions, they must be returned at once, and the money that has been paid for the same will be returned. We can not afford knowingly to sell seeds doubtful as to vitality or purity. We test our seeds before sending out, and should they prove defective in germination or purity when properly planted and...