Selected Type Faces from the Foundry of Farmer, Little & Co

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Farmer, Little & Company, 1889 - Printing - 144 pages
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Page 40 - Caesar ; so were you : We both have fed as well ; and we can both Endure the winter's cold as well as he : For once, upon a raw and gusty day, The troubled Tiber chafing with her shores, Caesar said to me, Dar'st thou, Cassius, now Leap in with me into this angry flood, And swim to yonder point?
Page ix - It will effect a great saving of time and labor in the cutting of small work, such as labels, bands, circulars, cards, etc.
Page iv - To ascertain the quantity of plain type required for a Newspaper or Magazine, or any other work, find the number of square inches, and divide the same by four, and the quotient will be the approximate weight of matter; but as it is impossible to set...
Page 40 - GOVERNMENT of all schools for children must necessarily be of an absolute nature, depending from day to 0 debate between master and pupil, no disputing by the latter of the former's complete authority, no criticising of his motives or his policy, but strict obedience in every case, and a...
Page ix - This machine binds papers of all kinds with wire-staples; holds 100 staples at a charge; feeds them automatically; inserts them one by one into the job, and clinches them flat on under side of the paper. Its capacity is from 1 to 50 sheets, and it does its work easily.
Page 37 - THE GOVERNMENT of all schools for children must necessarily be of an absolute nature, depending from day to day on the will and word of the teacher. There must be no debate between master and pupil, no disputing by the...
Page 37 - The government of all the schools for children must necessarily be of an absolute nature, depend ing from day to day on the will and word of the teacher. There must be no debate between...
Page 37 - ... democratic basis is absurd. In this matter, as well as the cast-iron curriculum, we need a revolution. The idea that it is not the best thing for the development of a hundred young men of diverse tastes and capacities to jam them all into the same college molds, is faintly dawning on the minds of boards of managers and faculties.
Page 37 - In this matter, as well as the cast-iron curriculum, we need a revolution. The idea that it is not the best thing for the development of a hundred young men of diverse tastes and capacities to jam them all into the same college molds, is faintly dawning on the minds of boards of managers and faculties. What they want to learn next is to...
Page 40 - ... and colleges, where long dresses and short beards abound, and the students are supposed to have arrived at something like years of discretion, and to be capable of understanding the causes of things, the little in-door world is more like a community, and government on any other than an approximate democratic basis is absurd.

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