The Strand Magazine, Volume 18

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G. Newnes, 1899
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Page 38 - We don't want to fight, but by jingo if we do, We've got the ships, we've got the men, we've got the money too.
Page 167 - Englishman, leaning far over to hold his loved India, will plant a firm foot on the banks of the Nile, and sit in the seats of the Faithful, and still that sleepless rock will lie watching, and watching the works of the new, busy race, with those same sad, earnest eyes, and the same tranquil mien everlasting. You dare not mock at the Sphynx.
Page 415 - A fire devoureth before them; and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them.
Page 317 - Starting. — The players shall enter the water and place themselves in a line with their respective goals. The referee shall stand in a line with the centre of the course, and, having ascertained that the captains are ready, shall give the word " Go," and immediately throw the ball into the water at the centre.
Page 386 - Bad as bad can be," he replied, slowly; "there's no hope at all. I'm looking for a new master for my vessel." Nibletts looked up at him eagerly, and then looked away again. His last command had hoisted the green flag at the mouth of the river in a position which claimed attention, respect, and profanity from every craft which passed, its master having been only saved from the traditional death of the devoted shipmaster by the unpardonable conduct" of the mate, who tore him from his craft by the scruff...
Page 508 - JACK and Jill went up the hill, To fetch a pail of water; Jack fell down and broke his crown And Jill came tumbling after.
Page 108 - And now all days seemed like one day to the princess, and the next day always seemed the day when her mother would come out of the stone and kiss her again. And the years went slowly by. The wicked king died, and someone else took his kingdom, and many things were changed in the world; but the island did not change, nor the Nine Whirlpools, nor the griffin, nor the dragon, nor the two stone ladies. And all the time, from the very first, the day of the princess's deliverance was coming, creeping nearer,...
Page lxvii - ... of alcoholic drinks ; avoid sugar, and always dilute largely with water. Experience shows that porter, mild ales, port wine, dark sherries, sweet champagne, liqueurs, and brandies are all very apt to disagree ; while light white wines, and gin or old whisky largely diluted with pure mineral water charged only with natural gas, will be found the least objectionable. ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT...
Page 472 - Indeed Sir Joseph Banks used to say that Mrs. Delany's representations of flowers " were the only imitations of nature that he had ever seen, from which he could venture to describe botanically any plant without the least fear of committing an error.
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