The Farringdons, Volume 1

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Appleton, 1900 - 367 pages

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Page 370 - Bird Studies with a Camera. With Introductory Chapters on the Outfit and Methods of the Bird Photographer. By FRANK M. CHAPMAN, Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Zoology in the American Museum of Natural History ; Author of " Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America
Page 106 - And as many as walk according to this rule, peace be on them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of God. From henceforth let no man trouble me, for I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus.
Page 370 - TEACHERS' EDITION. Same as Library Edition, but containing an Appendix with new matter designed for the use of teachers, and including lists of birds for each month of the year.
Page 369 - TREES AND THEIR LEAVES. By F. SCHUYLER MATHEWS, author of " Familiar Flowers of Field and Garden," " The Beautiful Flower Garden," etc. Illustrated with over 200 Drawings from Nature by the Author. I2mo. Cloth, $1.75" It is not often that we find a book which deserves such unreserved commendation.
Page 370 - Cloth, $2.00. TEACHERS' MANUAL. To accompany Portfolios of Colored Plates of Bird-Life. Contains the same text as the Teachers' Edition of "Bird-Life," but is without the 75 uncolored plates. Sold only with the Portfolios, as follows : Portfolio No. I. — Permanent Residents and Winter Visitants. 32 plates. Portfolio No. II. — March and April Migrants. 34 plates. Portfolio No. III. — May Migrants, Types of Birds' Eggs, Types of Birds' Nests from Photographs from Nature.
Page 341 - Look not upon me, because I am black, because the sun hath looked upon me : my mother's children were angry with me; they made me the keeper of the vineyards; but mine own vineyard have I not kept.
Page 369 - A book of much value and interest, admirably arranged for the student and the lover of flowers. . . . The text is full of compact information, well selected and interestingly presented. ... It seems to us to be a most attractive handbook of its kind.
Page 370 - Bird students and photographers will find that this book possesses for them a unique interest and value. It contains fascinating accounts of the habits of some of our common birds and descriptions of the largest bird colonies existing in eastern North America; while its author's phenomenal success in photographing birds in Nature not only lends to the illustrations the charm of realism, but makes the book a record of surprising achievements with the camera Several of these illustrations have been...
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Page 369 - OF FIELD AND GARDEN. By F. SCHUYLER MATHEWS. Illustrated with 200 Drawings by the Author, and containing an elaborate Index showing at a glance the botanical and popular names, family, color, locality, environment, and time of bloom of several hundred flowers. I2mo. Library Edition, cloth, $1.75 ; Pocket Edition, flexible covers, $2.25. In this convenient and useful volume the flowers which...

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