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Page 63 - ... to make a deep impression on the minds of those who heard them delivered.
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Page 17 - ... above Fort McMurray. At a depth of 820 ft. a great flow of gas at high pressure was encountered, and this effectually prevented further boring. The gas has continued to escape with a roaring noise, through a 4-in. pipe, during the nine years which have elapsed since it was first struck. For some years, the noise was so great that it could be heard at a distance of two miles or more, especially 1 Proceeding of the Canadian Institute, Series III, vol.
Page 184 - Versailles went on, like the greater world before the deluge, eating and drinking, marrying or not marrying, until the flood came and swept them from the face of the earth.
Page 213 - Mr. Alfred Mostin had not a pleasant way of putting things, but there was such an undeniable amount of sense in his suggestion that Mr. McCullagh rose, and saying, ' Good-bye just now, Jean ; I'll soon be seeing ye again,' rose and left the room. When he reached the foot of the stairs he turned to Mr. Mostin, and asked if there was any place where he could speak to him. For answer, that gentleman unceremoniously pushed open the door of a small parlour, which chanced at that moment to be empty, and,...
Page 34 - SI Canis hic grandis ingentia facta peregit, Marchia testis adest quam saevo Marte subegit, Scaligeram qui laude domum super astra tulisset, Majores si Parca dies infida tulisset : Hunc Julii geminata dies undena peremit, Jam lapsis septem quater annis mille trecentis.
Page 190 - Hfted the heavy hom which was fastened to the wall by an iron chain, and blew a few clear notes.
Page 83 - She therefore told her father that she had made a vow to undertake a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Loretto, before she would enter the bonds of wedlock.
Page 40 - Hout, to sharpen his appetite a little — which indeed seems to me gene rally unnecessary — and, lo! it is already an hour and a half since he went out, and he is not yet returned. The fault is certainly his, if our dinner be spoiled, by being either too cold or overdone.