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Page 485 - THE HAND-BOOK OF HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE. A Popular Account of Heat, Light, Air, Aliment, and Cleansing, in their Scientific Principles and Domestic Applications. 12mo. Illustrated. Cloth, $1.75. THE CULTURE DEMANDED BY MODERN LIFE.
Page 273 - She was in a listless and drowsy state of mind, but fully awake. When her fingers were in active motion among the papillotes, she "was suddenly startled by seeing in the mirror the figure of a near relation, who was then in Scotland, and in perfect health. The apparition appeared over her left shoulder, and its eyes met hers in the glass. It was enveloped in grave-clothes, closely pinned, as is usual with corpses, round the head, and urider the chin, and though the eyes were open, the features were...
Page 271 - I don't know where you are ;" still imagining that he was somewhere in search of her: but receiving no answer she shortly went up stairs. On, Mr. A.'s return to the house, about half an hour afterwards, she inquired why he called to her so often, and where he was ; and she was, of course, greatly surprised to learn that he had not been near the house at the time.
Page 485 - THE ANCIENT LIFE-HISTORY OF THE EARTH. A Comprehensive Outline of the Principles and Leading Facts of Palaeontological Science. 12mo. Cloth, $2.00. " A work by a master in the science who understands the significance of every phenomenon which he records, and knows how to make it reveal its lessons.
Page 270 - Come to me! come, come away!' in a loud, plaintive, and somewhat impatient tone. She answered as loudly, ' Where are you ? I don't know where you are...
Page 5 - A text-book for educational institutions, and a valuable elementary work for students of medicine. The greater portion is from the pen of Professor Huxley, adapted by Dr. Youmans to the circumstances and requirements of American education. The eminent claim of Professor Huxley's " Elementary Physiology " is, that, while up to the times, it is trustworthy in its presentation of the subject ; while rejecting discredited doctrines and doubtful speculations, it embodies the latest results that are established,...