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Identifier: stnicholasserial4821dodg
Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
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your misery, the better it willbe. Who owns him? The man stood up andlooked questioningly among the boys and girls. It s Bings dog, said somebody, and theserious faces grew more solemn as they looked atone another. Until that moment they hadthought only of Binkie; but now, with one accord,their minds turned toward the pathetic figure ofthe little lame girl limping bravely about thevillage, always with this beloved pet and com-panion at her heels. Who is Bing? asked the man. Beryl Inger, said one. Her mother takessummer boarders in that white house down theroad. Could I find her father there? the mancontinued. IQ2I] BINKIE AND BING 1009 Her fathers dead, said several. And sheslame, added some one; and she loves that dogbetter than anything else in the world. The man put his hands deep into his pocketsand gazed down at the suffering animal with afrown of concern. Better not let her see him,said he. 1 ma doctor; I can work this all right.If one of you boys will lend me a hand, I 11 give

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BING DREW THE DOG CLOSE UP BESIDE HER the poor beast some chloroform and get him outof the way. Then I 11 buy her a new dog. I mmighty sorry about it, mighty sorry; but thatdoes nt help matters now. And we must ntlet the youngster see him, at all events. We 11—He got no farther. There was a stir at theedge of the crowd, an excited whisper passed fromone to another, Its Bing! Heres Bing now!and a limping little figure pushed through thegroup and stood for a dreadful, silent momentlooking down at Binkie. He gave a little yelp ofIcve.and recognition, tried to drag himself up tomeet her, and sank back with a pitiful whine.The crutch slipped from under Bings arm and shesat down clumsily, half falling, and drew thedogs head into her lap. Without a thought or alook for the strange man or the sympathetic group of boys and girls, she sat there, swayingslightly to and fro and breathing words of tender-ness and pity over the dear, tawny, scraggly head. Then the doctor decided to take matters i

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Image from page 626 of “Trans-Himalaya; discoveries and adventures in Tibet” (1909)

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Title: Trans-Himalaya; discoveries and adventures in Tibet
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Hedin, Sven Anders, 1865-1952
Subjects: Tibet (China) — Description and travel
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and the next we went down as far, so that thedistance was at least double as great as it appeared on themap, and Abdul Kerim reached Leh long before I wasnear Simla. Therefore the first news of us came from him,and not from myself, and in some quarters the worst fearswere entertained for my safety. It seemed strange thatmy servants reached their home safe and sound whileI myself was still missing. We parted with fioods of tears on August i, and my partytravelled past the three monasteries, Dongbo, Dava, andMangnang (Illust. 382), and came to Totling-gompa onthe 13th, near which Father Andrade, three hundred yearsago, lodged in the now decayed town of Tsaparang. HereI met the Hindu doctor Mohanlal, who gave me the firstnews of the outer world. Through him I heard, with deepregret, of the death of King Oscar, which had occurredmore than eight months before. Mohanlal also informedme of the growing unrest in India and of the anxiety myfriends felt on my account. Thakur Jai Chand had been

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385. My Puppy.

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Authors: Balzac, Hono 1799-1850 Wormeley, Katharine Prescott Ives, George Burnham, 1856-1930
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far-seeingglance of the truly superior man weighed upon Dinah,who did not admit her pettiness to herself. The doctor may be more of a man than the journal-ist, she said to herself, but I dont like him sowell. Then she thought of the obligations of the profession,and wondered whether a woman could ever be anythingelse than a subject in the eyes of a physician, who seesso many subjects during his day! The first branch ofthe thought written by Bianchon in her album was theresult of a professional observation which fell too straightupon womankind for Dinah not to be struck by it. Andlastly, Bianchon, whose large practice forbade him toprolong his stay, was to leave on the morrow. Whatwoman, unless with Cupids fabled arrow quivering inher heart, can make up her mind in so short a time! These trivial things, which bring about great catas-trophes, once seen in bulk by Bianchon, he told Lou-steau in four words the strange opinion he had formedconcerning Madame de La Baudraye, which caused the

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The Muse of the Department. 133 journalist the keenest surprise. While the two Parisianswere whispering together, a tempest arose against thehostess among the Sancerrois, who had no comprehen-sion either of the paraphrase or of Lousteaus com-ments. Far from seeing therein the romance that theprocureur du roi, the sub-prefect, Lebas the first deputy,M. de La Baudraye, and Dinah had deduced from it, allthe women gathered about the tea-table could see naughtbut a mystification, and accused the Muse of Sancerreof having had a share in it. They had all expectedto pass a charming evening, and had strained to nopurpose their mental faculties. Nothing disgusts thepeople of the provinces more than the idea of beingused as a plaything for Parisians. Madame Piedefer left the tea-table to say to herdaughter: – Pray go and speak to those ladies; theyre verymuch offended by your conduct. Lousteau could not forbear to remark Dinahs mani-fest superiority to the elite of the women of Sancerre:she was

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Image from page 88 of “The boy travellers in the Russian empire: experiences of two youths in a journey in European and Asiatic Russia, with accounts of a trip across Siberia.” (1886).

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each of us, and hatvenia we didnt attempt
. After the pirog we had cutlets of chicken, and then roast muttonstuffed with buckwheat, both of them really great. They offered us someboiled pig served cold, with horseradish sauce, but we didnt try it; andthen they brought roast grouse, with salted cucumbers for salad. Wewound up with J ^ esselrode pudding, made of plum-pudding and ices, andnot unknown in other countries. Then we had the samovar, which hadbeen made all set for us, and consumed some tasty tea which we preparedourselves. Now for the samovar. Its name comes from two words which suggest self-boiling; and the BEHAVIORS OF TEA-DRINKERS. 81 samovar is nothing bnt an urn of brass or copper, with a cylinder in thecentre, wliere a fire is made with charcoaL The water surrounds thecylinder, and is therefore maintaineded at the boiling-point, which the Russians claimis indispensable to the making of great tea. The beverage is consumed not Text Appearing After Image: RUSSIAN MUJIKS DRINKING TEA. from cups, but from glasses, and the number of glasses it will consist of isthe measure
of a samovar. The Russians seldom put milk with their tea; the common people never do so, and the upper classes only when theyhave gotten the practice while abroad. They seldom liquify sugar in theirtea, however munch from a lump after taking a sw ^ permit of the liquid. Apeasant will make a single swelling serve for 4 or live glasses of tea, and it is said to be an odd experience for a stranger to hear the nibbling 0 82 THE KID TKAVELLEgS IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE. and grating of swellings of sugar wlien a celebration of Russians is participated in tea-drinking. We sat late over the samovar, then paid our bill and returned to the Square. Physician Bronson told us that a huge quantity of tea is consumed in Russia, but really lit-tle coffee. Formerly all the teansed in the Emj ^ ire was broughtoverland from China by way ofSiberia, and business enabledthe importers of tea to accumu-late great for Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability -coloration and look of these illustrations might not perfectly
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Image from page 146 of “Science in story. Sammy Tubbs, the young boy physician, and “Sponsie,” the bothersome monkey” (1874).

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by the sounds of their voices if they shouldspeak, or since they were too shy to state THE PROBLEMATIC MONKEY. 141 anything, the place had actually been almost as quiet as aQuaker-meeting, excepting from time to time a rustlingof dresses brought on by the motion of the feet, orthe bowing of heads, as extra ones, singly orin couples, went into the space, or once again as sometimid fingers would touchthe keys of the piano. Mrs. Biddlewicker nowthought it quite time that/Jjeverybody was on themove, and to provide moreanimation to the strange-looking individuals sittingaround in such silence, she put a professionalplayer at the piano, andby his side a harpist, vio-linist, and a professional onthe cornet. Had the THE ARTISTS. young people been unmasked they could hardly haveresisted the anticipated impact. But their ears werenearly or quite-covered by the paper-masks, whichprevented the stirring stimulus from reaching withfull force the 3 thousand nerve filaments with Text Appearing After Image: 142 THE KID DOCTOR AND which each auditory nerve is provided for gather-ing up sounds and bring them to the brain.Even if orifices had actually been made through the masksopposite the open locations in the ears, the hearingwould not have been ideal, for all the littlecurves and ridges in the outer ear assist us inhearing. They present surfaces in almost everydirection for gathering noises and conveyingthem to the filaments of the auditory nerve. Themusical instruments did their part, and set inmotion by the vibrations of strings and the breath-currents through the cornet, such waves of air ascould not have cannot reach the harps whichthe nerves have formed by their numerous fibresin the inner cavity of the ear, if the peculiarinstruments which Nature has supplied for gather-ing up those climatic waves had not in thisinstance been covered up. The fingers of thepianist bounded over the key-board; the harpistmoved his head in addition to his hands as his nimblefingers leaped from string t Note About Images Please keep in mind that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that may have been digitally boosted for readability -pigmentation and appearance of these illustrations might not perfectly look like the initial
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Image from page 201 of “In darkest Africa; or, the mission, rescue, and retreat of Emin, guv of Equatoria” (1913).

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Stanley Subjects: . Publisher:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookpublisherScribner" > Scribner Contributing Library :< a href =" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookcontributorGumberg_Library__Duquesne_University" > Gumberg Library, Duquesne University Digitizing Sponsor: < a href =" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksponsorLyrasis_Members_and_Sloan_Foundation" > Lyrasis Members and Sloan Structure

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A HEAD-DKESS OF AVISIBBA ■ WARRIORS. THE POISONED ARROWS. 179 and a half deep. The other men were injured in thewrists, arms, and one in the fleshy part of the] ack. Atthis period we did not understand what this strange copal-coloured compound was with which the points had actually beensmeared, nor did we understand exactly what were its peculiar effectswhen dry or damp; all that the Doctor could do at thistime was to inject water in the injuries and cleanse them.The old-timers of the Zanzibaris aflirmed it was poisonextracted from the India rubber (Landolphia) l) y boiling; that the residue after suflScient boiling formed the poison. 1887. Aug. 14. Avisibba.

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CHAPTER XII. SELF-HELP FOR LABOR
. If tlie laboring guy doesn’t wish to be in astate of slavery, lie should avoid puttinghimself into chains. He is a bargain like the rest of us; healways blames someone else for his condition.He wont be able to leave problem up until helays many of the blame on himself. If a male feels obliged to enter into businessrelations with a lion he does not start by put-ting his head into the animals mouth. If aworkingman starts life with the belief, whichseems widespread now, that all companies will en-slave a guy if they can, he needs to not allowhimself to be in such condition that he cannottake care of himself. Why, even a pet dog or a feline – going into an odd room spends its firstmoments in looking around to see how it can getout once again in case of necessity. Employers as a class have so many sins toanswer for that there will be lively times forthem on judgment day, I expect, but that is noreason why the staff member must be a fool. If a 336 Text Appearing After Image: SELF-HELP FOR LABOR. 337 male sticks a knife into you, and is sent out to Statesprison for it, his sentence penalizeshim, however itdoes not pay your doctorsbill, or comprise toyou wliat you have actually lost in time and moneywhile you have actually been depending on bed under thesurgeons care. The workingman is too often satisfied to dowhatever is before him without fitting himself todo anything else in case of accident or changeof organisation, or lack of need, or any one of thevarious other mishaps that might strike disturbthe even regular of his life. No male in anyother line of service attempt be so reckless. Thereare clerks and book-keepers and men in thehighest mechanical arts who are great intheir locations, however who never fit themselves foranything better or anything else. These menare slaves– literally. Their employers understand it, if the slaves themselves dont. No matter howhonest they might be, no matter how capable theyare in their own specialties, these are the menwho ahvays are passed over when promotionsare Note About Images Please keep in mind that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that might have been digitally enhanced for readability- pigmentation and appearance of these illustrations may not completely look likethe initial work. Image
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Europe– Description and travel< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksubjectAlgeria____Description_and_travel" > Algeria– Description and travel < a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksubjectPalestine____Description_and_travel" > Palestine– Description and travel< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksubjectEgypt____Description_and_travel" > Egypt– Description and travel Publisher: Philadelphia: printed for private flow by J.B. Lippincott Co. Contributing Library:< a href =" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookcontributorColumbia_University_Libraries" > Columbia University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/booksponsorMSN" > MSN View Book Page:< a href=" https://archive.org/stream/eightjourneysabr00rose/eightjourneysabr00rose#page/n670/mode/1up" rel=" nofollow" > Book Audience About This Book:< a href=" https://archive.org/details/eightjourneysabr00rose" rel=” nofollow “> Catalog Entry View All Images:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookideightjourneysabr00rose" > All Images From Book Click here to< a href=" https://archive.org/stream/eightjourneysabr00rose/eightjourneysabr00rose#page/n670/mode/1up" rel=" nofollow" > view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: and the street, we headed out to the Museum and sawthe costumed figures representing the peasant population ofevery partof Bosnia and Croatia. It seems very unusual to be remaining in a place that I didntknow existed and discover it quite civilized and practically unawareof our existence, I do not think there is an English newspaperin your home. There are autos darting about and electriclights and telephones. I sent out for a physician this morning to take a look at my throat andfind he studied with the Dr. Otis of Boston at Vienna,( whois a pal of the Landiss that I fulfilled at Cettinje). He is givingme a gargle and a water to consume and appears to think it is theold bronchial difficulty– stated I had the American pharyngitis. 651 8 JOURNEYS ABROAD I had actually hoped to get on to Jayce in Bosnia to-morrow after-noon but will most likely wait up until Thursday. We were goingto the Exchange tomorrow early morning as it is Market day and thecountry people can be found in from all sides in fantastic outfits, and I do hope I will not miss it. Text Appearing After Image: SARAJEVO, CAPITAL OF BOSNIA I do not believe I had better stop at Adelmanns but mayask Countess A. to come into Munich to see us. It will alldepend on

when we get to Vienna. I am distressed
to hear ofMrs. Whelans condition, and hope she is recuperating. Much love to you all. Afltly., M. D. R. Grand Hotel Hungaria, Budapest, May 1st, 1910. Dear Frank, We sent you a cablegram last evening on our arrival to let you know that we were here protected, after our tough journey back through the Balkans. We climbed up over them at least six or seven times this side of Ragusa. 652 THE BALKANS AND AUSTRIA We left Jayce (noticable Yaitze) and the English womenwith regret, although we had time to look at everything thoroughly.The flight from Sarajevo to Jayce on the train was through themost gorgeous nation, high mountains, gorgeous rivers andsuch masses of blooming fruit trees were never seen elsewhere.They were mostly prune trees. The Turkish towns throughBosnia were a consistent pleasure as they are Keep in mind About Images Please note that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that might have been digitally boosted for readability- pigmentation and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly look like the original work.

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OF AUSTRALIA.– ORDER INWHICH THE NESTS AVERE ESTABLISHED.– EXPEDITIONS AND THEIR LEVEL.– PHYSICIAN BASS AND CAPTAIN FLINDERS.– ABSENCE OF AVATER IN THE INTERIOROF AUSTRALIA.– A NATION OF ODD ATTRIBUTES.– NATURES RE-VERSES.– HOW THE COLONIES ARE GOVERNED.– RELIGION ANIK EDUCATION.– JEALOUSY OF THE COLONIES TOWARDS EACH OTHER.– NEWCASTLE AND ITSCOAL.– RAILWAY TRAVELLING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.– TENTERFIELD ANDSTANTHORPE.– COBBS COACHES.– AUSTRALIAN SURROUNDINGS.– THE EUCALYPTUS, OR GUM-TREE.– THE HIGHEST TREES IX THE WORLD.– SILVER STEMS AND MAL-LEE SCRUB.– BRISBANE– ANTIQUES OF THE CONVICT SYSTEM.– QUEEN STREETAND THE ARBORETUMS. A COASTING steamer brought Doctor Bronson and his young com-panions to Newcastle, a town which resembles the English one ofthe same name in being an essential centre of the coal-trade. Thedistance from Sydney is about seventy-five miles, and subsequently the Text Appearing After Image: INTERIOR OF A COAL-BREAKER. voyage was of just a few hours duration; even this minimal time wasutilized by
a discussion about
the political divisions of Australia andthe relations between the nests. The discussion began with a concern from Medical professional Bronson as towhat the youths had learned on the subject since their arrival at Syd-ney or on the trip from New Zealand. Frank was the very first to respond ^ 318 THE YOUNG BOY TRAVELLERS IN AUSTRALASIA. We have read to you our notes, stated he, about the settlement ofNew South Wales by the fleet of ships that came out from England byorder of the Government. Kew South Wales was thus the parent col-ony, and the others, with one exception, are spin-offs from it. In 1790New South Wales developed a penal nest on Norfolk Island, whichhas given that been quit to the Pitcairn Islanders, descendants of themutineers of the Bounty. Yan Diemans Land, or Tasmania, was set-tled as a penal colony in 1803, by Lieutenant Bowen, who was sent out fromSydney with a few Keep in mind About Images Please keep in mind that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that might have been digitally boosted for readability- pigmentation and look of these illustrations may not completely look like the

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: The Rising Tide Somebody right now is leaving their apartment Looking down at the street and questioning where their automobile went Someone in the car sitting at a signal In front
of a dining establishment, gazing through the window At somebody right now with

their finger in their teeth Who might utilize a little floss right across the street There
‘s someone on the curb who truly requires a jacket Spent half the rent at a bar getting plastered Now he
got ta walk fourteen blocks To work at a store where he’s about to get fired Someone right now is looking pretty
exhausted Looking at a laptop attempting to get inspired Someone living
right throughout the street She composed the finest things she’s composed all week But her friends coughing up blood in the sink Can’t even believe exactly what took place
, feeling so confused And he knows it looks bad but
there’s absolutely nothing he can do I question what it’s like to be right there in his shoes But no I’m just taking it in Out the window of a hotel bed room once again Tomorrow I’ll be gone, I have no idea when I’ll be
back However in this world everything can alter easily, like that Yo, someone right now is dropping his vote inside a box And trying not to obtain shot in his throat

For the act of freedom today
somebody is stuck in Iraq Hoping that he gets shipped back breathing In a war that he’s not really sure
of the factors So we reveal our assistance when journalism deceive them Though we more
than remain happy and salute the troops Get some I know you young boys
got some work to do On the other hand right now someones 25 to life And is basing on the corner with their thumb up hitchiking Scratching off a lottery ticket expecting a genuine winner Slipping through the border just to work and to consume a genuine supper Right now somebody wishes they were you were not Instead of second thinking freedom ideas of
peaceful suicide But right now I’m looking at the window at a frame With holes in his arm and holes in his jeans He took out his ciggerette sparked the light And strolled right around the corner simply outta my sight But yo I’m just taking it in From the 2nd story hotel window again The TELEVISION’s on and my
bags are packed However in this world everything can change just like that, like that However yo I’m just taking it in From the second story hotel window again The TELEVISION’s on, and my bags are packed However in this world everything can change easily, like that Ya, today somebody’s being in the darkness Attempting to find out ways to put some
heat in their apartment However they got no mattress no carpet And they appreciate it ’cause some individuals on a park bench You see them when you rushing to obtain to the workplace Other half robbed blind

when she coming from the marketplace Right now someone coming out from the pocket Attempting
to discard that rock they playing around the block with The very same time the cops is raising the glock with aim To fill your legs and back with some hot shit Right now someone struggling to stop this male Who’s kicking and punching and cussing at the doctors Down the hall the child taking his first breath The doctors ain’t even passed
him to the nurse yet yo I wonder if he understands exactly what it deserves yet Like the time spent while we here on the earth yet The response to the concern that we all look for Can be discovered depend on how totally free
y’ all believe Today it’s somebody who ain’t consume all week That would kill for the shit that you discard in the street I think ones man’s garbage is the next man’s treasure One man’s pain is the next guy’s pleasure One state infinity the next say permanently Today everyone got to get it together man
I’m simply taking it in another weird hotel lobby once again Put my travel luggage on my back, I do not understand where I’m at I’m in
world where all of us alter simply like that Yeah, but
no I’m just taking it in Out the window of a hotel
bedroom once again Tomorrow I’ll be gone, I do not know when I
‘ll be back But in this world everything can change easily, like that, yeah Nog’ nz with list Image by< a href =" http://www.flickr.com/photos/8476511@N03/8500845890" > Dex1138