RMMD2455–Engraving of a tenement building, New York City, New York, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process. Colors may not be period-accurate. ()
RM2AKGGX3–Expeditions organized or participated in by the Smithsonian Institution.. . Fig. 85.—Far View House, north wall, partially excavated.Photograph by E. E. Higley. NO. I SMITHSONIAN EXPLORATIONS, I916 ture, published by the llureau of .Vmerican Ethnology. DoctorFewkes found the architectural features of this ruin essentially thesame as when visited by AlindeleiY. The ground-plan of Fire Houseis exceptional in being circular, while that of Sikyatki appears tobe rectangular. On the very threshold of the investigation thisradical difference in form seemed to disprove the legend, but it isby no means
RMP845Y2–Black and white photograph of the eastern facade of the 'Palace of Varied Industries, ' a fourteen-acre exhibit hall built by Van Bruny and Howe of Kansas City, for the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition (aka St Louis World's Fair) in 1904, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AKK00F–Expeditions organized or participated in by the Smithsonian Institution.. . Fk;. 100.—Ruin ni San Jdse (k- I um;icacori, Arizona.Photograph by Fewkes. Tumacacori, situated on the Santa Cruz River, south of Tucson,Arizona. There were formerly several of these churches along thebanks of this river, one of which, the nearest to Tucson, is calledSan Xavier del Bac. This building- is still in use, having- beenrepaired and enlarged to accommodate the inhabitants of the neigh-boring village of Papago Indians. A few miles south of San Xavierare remains of the old settlement Tubac, and the walls of the
RMP844AG–Black and white print depicting Miss ME McDonnell, wearing a Victorian dress and leaning over a table while speaking with a group of local nurses wearing saris, likely photographed at the CSI Nursing College, in Neyyoor, Tamil Nadu, India, 1912. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AWD1DM–The cottages and the village life of rural England . the relics of Neolithic man. The Romans or Romano-British folk had a settlement here, and when Witta came with hisSaxon followers he established his abode and called it Wittenham.There is much to see that is good in this pleasant Berkshire village—a fine church of fourteenth-century date which has a curious andquite unique piscina that combines the hollowed-out stone anddrain for cleansing the sacred vessels after the Communion serviceand the founders monument. This is a small cross-legged effigyof an unknown knight. Perverse people continue
RM2AG5FK3–. In the bosom of the Comanches;. d these white men as havingvery long whiskers and being exceedingly brave and expertmarksmen. They further said the white men did notseem to fear the charges made by the Indians and paidno attention to what was going on until their guns werereloaded, at which juncture the Indians would have toget out of the way as quickly as possible, as by experiencethey could well anticipate what the results would be. Too much praise cannot be given the organized forces Cattle Ranch located near Alanreed, Texas, owned andoperated at present time by Dot Babb, who is surrounde
RM2ANHJDT–Plane and solid geometry . Given isosceles A AOB with base AB and altitude OE, a str.line XY lying in the plane of A AOB passing through 0 andnot intersecting the surface of A AOB, and CD the projectionof AB on XF; let the area of the surface generated by AB bedenoted by area AB. To prove area AB=CD2 ttOE. I. If AB is not 1! XT and does not meet XT (Fig. 1). Argument Only 1. From E draw EH± XT 2. Since the surface generated by AB is the surface of afrustum of a rt. circular cone, area AB = AB • 2 irEH. 3. From A draw AK± BD. 4. Then in rt. A BAK and OEH, Z BAE = Z OEH. BOOK IX 445 5. .-. ABAK
RM2AKCJ94–The hydrometallurgy of copper . ANALYSES OF CONCENTRATES Eureka and Idahomines, Graas Valley 0.85 0.78 0.02743 0.0068 0.0040.63 trace32.8012.64 0.10 3.50 8.65 Washington mine,Mariposa County 0.00 1.50 0.00914 0.0035 1.3430.85 0.0031.3333.30 0.00 0.00 1.67 Black Bear mine,Klamath County 0.00 Lead 0.00 Gold Silver 0.01370.003 0.00 42.05 31.25 25.10 10.35 0.85 0.85 Oxygen and loss by difference. 0.38 These analyses give a very good idea of the composition of Californiapyritic concentrates, which have been treated for many years by roastingand chlorination. The size of some of the furnaces, the ti
RM2AKJC4K–Hastings' seeds : spring 1912 catalogue . l Poloi-rr Stalks rounded, crisp and solid. Its flavor isLUCAitdU omiu vjcici y funy equal to that grown in the famous Kalama-zoo (Mich.) celery district, having the rich, nutty flavor so desirable in celeryPacket, 10 cents; % ounce, 15 cents; ounce, 25 cents; % pound, 65 cents pound, $2.00* Whifp PlniriA (riant Pnennl 01d> wel1 known varieties, preferred TT Hilt? rilllllt* Uldlll JTdhCdl Dy many planters. Each: Packet, 5cents; ounce, 15 cents; % pound, 50 cents: pound, $1.50.Cplprifif* or Turnip Rooted Celery. It is mostly used for flavoring. ldl&g
RM2AKCM2H–Providence in colonial times . there for two yearshe abode as teacher, diversifying his ministrations tothe Pilgrim Fathers by a brisk discussion of the themethat * Christian Kings (so-called) are invested witha right, by virtue of their Christianity, to take andgive away the lands and countries of other men.This proposition, as interpreted by Williams, led to adenial of the validity of the royal land grants, andthe assertion that an equitable title to the land couldonly be obtained from its rightful owners, the Indians. These years are also memorable, in the record ofRoger Williamss experienc
RM2AN3KCD–Explorations and field-work of the Smithsonian Institution in .. . 40 SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION On April 20 we headed north, and after 4 days on the trail, reachedBan Din Tok, an out-village of Chieng Lorn. The people in thisprovince (Chieng Lom) proved to be very primitive, and travel be-came difficult because of the difficulty of finding food. At theentrances to villages goal posts are erected to prevent the ingressof evil spirits ; the trail usually goes around and not through thesegates, so it is difficult to understand why the spirits do not followthe path. Tigers are numerous, and people t
RM2AJGXDM–Hastings' Seeds : fall 1912 catalogue . o we began specialwork in cabbage seed with the endin view to get quality in cabbageseed superior .to that sold by anyone. We succeeded and named ourcabbage seed Premier PrandStock. It was first in quality thenand its first in quality now. Weexcept no seed house when we saythat we have the best and most care-fully grown cabbage seed in thiscountry. Every pound of it is strictlyAmerican grown stock. Every ounceof it is grown from heads that areinspected and passed on by the great-est cabbage seed expert in this coun-try. Every head passes under hisinspect
RM2AM31DH–Poultry fancier . nPoultry judge will superintend the show.George B. Husted is assistant Superin-tendent and Charles H. Maier is showsecretary. Address all communicationsto him at Xo. 11 South Laurel Street,Bridgeton. This show is recognized as the qualityshow of Jersey. The association is theoldest in the state having permanentquarters which are open throughout theyear to the fraternity in general. The show this year promises to evensurpass last years big success. Asidefrom being recognized as the quality show-it also bears the reputation of beingthe show where valuable cup specials andmany c
RM2AWG6Y1–Caractère et origine des idées du bienheureux Raymond Lulle . CARACTÈRE ET ORIGINE DES IDEES DU BIENHEUIIEUX RAYMOND LULLIÎ (RAMON LULL) Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from University of Toronto www.archive.org/details/caractreetorigOOprob Front.caractreetorig00prob
RM2AM48YB–Puget Sound and western Washington; cities--towns--scenery . TENINO Tenino is the center of the sandstone quarry industry of Thurston County, and isa railroad junction of growing-importance.. THE COAL MINING TOWN OF TONO Tono, with Kopiali and Mankato are aiiroupof three coalmining towns, trilnitary to Centralia, and adding tonnage to that citys traffic. Puget Sound and Western Washington 1717876 35
RM2AN27H1–The Farm-poultry . 28 1 •430*. To introduce Purina ChickenChowder—the great egg-produ-cing dry mash, I will give you,through your denier,this ser-viceable metal hopper chock fullof Purina Chicken Chowder,for only Thirty Cents (30c). If Chicken Chowderwont make your hens lay,they must be roosters. Purina Chicken Chowder assuresan abundance of eggs because itcontains approximately the chem-ical ingredients found in an egg.It makes fertile eggs for hatching.Offer made East of the Rocky Mountains,through dealers only. If your dealercant supply you send us his name. Poultry Book Free! For your deal
RM2AXDG6N–Dreer's garden book : seventy-fourth annual edition 1912 . e flowers of ageratum-blue, a pleasing shade, (See cut.)Ljevis Baldur. Very large flowers, of light parma-violet, plant veryuniform in habit of growth, about 2 feet high, and covered with a sheetof bloom throughout September.Sub=CCEruleus. Entirely distinct in habit, forming a dense tuft of long green leaves, from which issue manyleafless stems about 12 inches high,bearing, during June and July, whenfew varieties are in flower, massiveflowers 3 inches in diameter of apleasing shade of bluish-violet, withgolden centre.Thompson! nana. On
RM2AWG7Y8–Plane and solid geometry . nally at D if this point is on the prolonga-tion of the line. The segments are AD and DB, It should be noted that in either case the point of division isone end of each segment. 407. Def. Two straight lines are divided proportionally if the ratio of one line to either of its segments is equal to theratio of the other line to its corresponding segment. 408. In Prop. XI, II, the following theorems (Appendix.§§ 586 and 591) will be assumed: (a) TJie quotient of a variable by a constant is a variable. (b) TJie limit of the quotient of a variable by a constant is thelimit
RM2AJBTPD–Pacific service magazine . the War In-dustries Board, in telling the ElectricalDevelopment League at San Franciscoabout the new arrangement: Before the California-Oregon Com-pany can place all of its wonderful poten-tial hydro-electric development at thedisposal of consumers in the great centersof trade so many miles south of its plants,it will have to get some genius like Mr.Frank Baum to effect the practical con-struction of a 300,000-volt line. It was my great good fortune last fallto undertake a trip over the northern endof this combination in company withMajor Sever, who from the day of h
RM2AWT8RG–Design book . W V ^ V^/^O - >J (. Bti49. 500.
RM2AN558T–Smoley's tables; parallel tables of logarithms and squares, diagram for solving right triangles, angles and logaithmic functions, corresponding to given bevels, common logarithms of numbers, tables of logarithmic and natural trigonometric functions, and other tables; for engineers, architects and students . rectly. In the numerical examples V and VI: Log AB=0.98784 I,og AC=0.94766 Log Sec A=0.04018 The nearest number=l^l%2^^ ^2=0.203014-/)2=1.2030 and the nearest root=l^l%2^. ..rlao.^^T 323 EXAMPLE Vn. .^^ JD^ ^^ 12 Vs «5^ Figure 2. In the structural frame a D B c K given A E, E C and B c to f
RM2AGBHY1–. British ferns and their varieties. J. w .LXI POLYSTICHUM ANGULARE, var. THOMPSON!^ 386 BRITISH FERNS LXII POLVSTICHUM ACULEATUM, Var. ACROCLADON (Lowe) Mrs. Agar Thompson. S. Devon. 1858.1 ft. 5 in. By Mr. Wollaston. The only densely-crested form of acnleatum—and perhaps it is chiefly from this cause that some have doubtedwhether it belongs to this species. Mr. Padley, who has hadmore opportunity of observing this plant than anyone else, andhas brought to bear on these matters as large an experience andas sound a practical judgment as anyone, has no doubt whateverthat it is aculeatum.. LXII
RM2AM68XA–Valley Forge, a chronicle of American heroism . lence. l3oats may De naa ror rowing upon mcValley Stream. Meals and lunches are providedfor at several places and there is a good pavilionfor basket parties. 94. le 0 ni FORGE
RM2AWKBP4–Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina1912 1ra sección . Junio 3 de 1912. Medina y Rovira.Artículos de las clases 1 a 79. y;-1l junio. Acta No 36.805 -U Acta No 36.824 (fní flífk(WiffnA i- b a a e e & 9 0 o m e 9 a a O 9 8 » aaaasaaaaaofatasco»»a t> e i •íPíSkmíer]»91 a: FXCELSIOR i& & ( ÍLIR ¡99» ü ?» o 8>: legetiaaaoiits B«»oof>oao tí s. Junio 3 de 1912.—José Pollastri.—Acei-tes en general clase 64. v-11 junio.[ Acta No 36.816 Mayo 28 de 1912.—Cari Bender I.—Me-dios Para fímplar metales y artículos dpmetai, cfases 14 v 32. V-6 junio.
RM2ANEJ2A–The Westminster hymnal : the only collection authorized by the hierarchy of England and Wales . THE SACRED HEART. Dem Herzen Jesu singe. rnO Jesus Heart, all burning-?- With fervent love for men,My heart with fondest yearning-Shall raise its joyful strain.While ages course along, Blest be with loudest songThe Sacred Heart of JesusBy every heart and tongue! O Heart, for me on fire With love no man can speak, My yet untold desireGod gives me for Thy sake.While ages course along, kc Too true I have forsaken Thy love by wilful sin ;Yet now let me be taken Back by Thy grace again.While ages course
RM2AJ3BE7–Fragonard, Moreau le jeune and French engravers, etchers, and illustrators of the later XVIII century . *j3[ l5b Li. PHO.MK.XAUK or soiH t,r^/^ ^^^ : . J. ^ !L-.>,. ,.o.,v,., .,,,„...,? ,io. p>.,|,c.. .c,I,... ., S.„,.> ,. , -Vs, cul.c .1.,,,, 1... (l.Mu-.^ J I F 7 AUGUSTIN DE ST. AUBIN. PORTRAIT OF ADRIENNE SOPHIEMARQUISE DE . . ORIGINAL ENGRAVING A. de St. Aubin, draughtsman, and line-engraver; b. 1736; d. 1807;w. in Paris. LI. AUGUSTIN DE ST. AUBIN. AU MOINS SOYEZ DISCRET.ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RM2AJCWG4–The guardians of the Columbia, Mount Hood, Mount Adams and Mount St Helens . Ice Castle and great Crevasse, near the head of EHot Glacier, Mt. Hood. Touched by a light that hath no name, A glory never sung.Aloft on sky and mountain A/all Are Gods great pictures hung.—Whittier. THE MOUNTAINS 93. Mazamas climbing a 40 stairway of shattered basalt, north side of Mount Adams. explosions. Some of its sides are deeply indented, and all are vastly irregular inangle and markings—here a face now too steeply cut to hold a glacier, butshowing old glacial scorings far down its slope; there another terrac
RM2AX6NAW–Instrumentationsbeispiele; ein Vorspiel-Stoff für den Unterricht in der Instrumentation, in vier Abschnitten und einem Anhang . Mischungen der Bläserin nicht benachbarten Oktaven M129Aiidante Flöte Clar.inB Violine n. BratschenCelli 8r Bässe FlöteEngl. Hörn I. ViolinoU. BratschenCelli If Bässe Hörn in der höheren,Fagottin der tieferen Oktave.Das Beispiel ist auch in fol-gender Form vorzuspielen:Hörn eine Oktave tiefer,Fag.eine Oktave höher. Der ro-mantische Reiz geht in dieserzweiten Fassung natürlichverloren.. Clarinette zwei Oktaventiefer als die Flöte. Engl.Hörn zwei Okaventiefer als die Fl
RM2AKR77P–Expeditions organized or participated in by the Smithsonian Institution.. . X ^- 4 4 ^^-.?% JKf* / ]ii.. 5,v—Icuil iK-ai Chain llriil.nc ciMUaiiiiiiL; nianx iUack lla^s and other fish,connected with the Potomac only in very high water. Photograph bv Weed..
RM2AM8B2D–Valley Forge, a chronicle of American heroism . officers, some favoring a general assault upon the city, othersproposing Wilmington, Lancaster and Reading. The first objective of the creeping army, after turning its back upon CampHill, was the opposite shore of the Schuylkill River. The advance found, uponreaching Matsons Ford, a force of 3,000 British awaiting them upon the oppositeside. That night the Americans moved up to Swedes Ford and built a bridgeof wagons, over which a force was thrown and the hills occupied around theGulph Mills. Gulph Mills is situated about one and a half miles inl
RM2AWNM25–A rural survey in Maryland, made by the Department of church and country life of the Board of home missions of the Presbyterian church in the U.S.A... . There is no proper inducement for highly trainedmen and women, desirous of making teaching a life work rather than atemporary means of gaining a livelihood, to devote themselves to thework of education in the country. The buildings and equipment arenot always up to the standard and the rooms are frequently over-crowded. The work is not carried far enough in those schools upon whicha majority of the pupils are dependent. Eight grades are offere
RM2AFY5M6–. Revolution in Los Angeles (1911). JOB HARRIMAN Km PREFACE nm r I HIS is a record of events—not a catalogue of names.It is the story of a great political struggle, astne writer saw it. Some day it may be spread on a larger canvass; butat least tnis outline is necessary to an understanding oftne determining factors of the fignt. EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE FIGHT For over twenty years Los Angeles has been the most conspicuousbattleground of industrial interests in the United States. As this partof California changed from an agricultural to a manufacturing center,the labor problem intensified. The
RM2AN6KPA–Peoria city and county, Illinois; a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement . PEORIA COUNTRY CLUB. CREVE COEUR CLUB, PEORIA I I HISTORY OF PEORIA COUNTY 425 THE COUNTRY CLUP. The Country Club of Peoria was incorporated June 26, 1897, and has for itsobject the encouragement of athletic exercises, recreation and social enjoyment.Its management is vested in a board of eleven directors and its membership isabout 135. The first board of directors consisted of Walter P. Colburn, Frank-lin T. Corning, Sumner R. Clarke, Frederick H. Smith, R. W. Kempshall, J. B.Greenhut, Nathaniel
RM2AJ628D–Encyclopédie socialiste, syndicale et coopérative de l'Internationale ouvrière . — i83 — J.-L. Breton tenta un vain appel au retour à la politiquedu bloc; son langage se heurta à lindififérence du Congrèstout entier qui semblait ignorer totalemient lépoque que Bre-ton regrettait amèrement. Vingt-six orateurs (i) se succé-dèrent à la tribune ; les diverses résolutions furent renvoyéesà la Commission des résolutions (2). A la dernière séance, Jaurès — en une prestigieuse allo-cution — rapporta, au milieu de lenthousiasme du Congrès,et dans un cadre dapothéose imaginé par les socialistes tou-lous
RM2AKFRMC–Chicago: its history and its builders; a century of marvelous growth . a length of one hundred and thirty-four feet, and a depth of forty-eight feet, is divided into three parts by a rotunda in the center, surmounted by abeautiful stained-glass dome. Elliptical arches rise from the marble piers at thefour corners, and the walls above are elaborately covered with mosaics, into whichare worked the devices of the early printers and other appropriate designs. Thewings of the Delivery Room are wainscoted in Carrara marble, above which extends afrieze of glass mosaic, containing large panels of gree
RM2AWNWCW–A rural survey in Maryland, made by the Department of church and country life of the Board of home missions of the Presbyterian church in the U.S.A... . , white and colored alike.This is a well established practice, which permits the one in need toaccept help as readily as it is offered without loss of self-respect. Asregards the negroes, this attitude of helpfulness has always expresseditself in very practical ways. Since the members of the Meeting firstmanumitted their slaves and declared themselves committed to freedomfrom bondage and equal opportunity for all, they and their descendentshav
RM2AX1Y14–The story of the middle ages; an elementary history for sixth and seventh grades . s to be the work of another people, the Franks. The Franks were the earliest of all the Germaninvaders to settle in the Roman province of Gaul, butthey were the last to establish a power of their ownin that land. Gaul, in the five hundred years that had passed sinceits conquest by «Iulius Caesar, had become more Romaneven than Italy itself. But its long rule by foreignershad weakened its strength. The spirit of patriotismhad died out, and the people in the latter days of theEmpire were oppressed by heavy taxes.
RM2AG4M6H–. Boletín Oficial de la República Argentina. 1912 1ra sección. EL GRANADERO* Julio, 16 de 1912. — Azpiri, Steiny Cía. — Telas y, tejidos en general,tejidos de punto, mantelería, lencería dela clase 15 (modificada). v-27 septiembre. Acta No 37.8Ó8 Augusta Septiembre 11 de 1912. — GarcíaYañez finos. — Mercería en generai,especialmente hilos de todas clases, dela clase 16. v-27 septiembre. Acta N° 37.806.
RM2ANDY94–Excavations of Saqqara (1908-9, 1909-10): The Monastery of Apa Jeremias . XJ.
RM2AKCPJC–A study of some of the factors that influence the yield and the composition of growing pasture grass .
RM2AM1JCB–Harmonics in the exciting current of transformers . erefore theform factor for Figure I is less than that for Figure 2 and by inspection of theformula , the hysteresis loss for Figure T is greater than that for Figure 2. Theshape of the flux wave depends on the shape of the electromotive force wave and asalready explained the current wave must take such a shape as will give a sine waveof flux if the electromotive force is a sine wave.And from this it is seen that theshape of the current wave depends on the hysteresis cycle. The exciting current wave can be derived step by step from the hystere
RM2AFPF8P–. Karakoram and western Himalaya 1909, an account of the expedition of H. R. H. Prince Luigi Amadeo of Savoy, duke of the Abruzzi. tributary valley opens on the same side,as deep and level as the first in its lower course, but much wider. Outof this, too, flows a glacier with a wide medial moraine, and overtopsthe margin of the Baltoro with a high front of seracs. These valleys • The map of tin- Baltoro contained in tliis volume shows only the upper two-thirds of theglacier, which the reader must imagine to be prolonged for 10 miles more toward the west. Thelittle panorama which is here reprod
RM2AXFJ1K–Dreer's garden book : seventy-fourth annual edition 1912 . New Double-fringed Tuberous Begonias. (128) NEW ROSES, a grand collection. S*« page* 17S to 193. I
RM2AWHD55–Plane and solid geometry . y toconsider the only three suppositions that are admissible in thiscase, viz.: (1) a> B, (2) A<B, (3) A = B, By proving (1) and (2) false, the truth of (3) is established,i.e. A = B. This method of reasoning is called reductio adahsurdum. It enables us to establish a conclusion by showingthat every contradiction of it leads to an absurdity. Props.XVI and XYII will be proved by the indirect method. 160. Question. Would it be possible to base a proof upon a contra-diction of the hypothesis ? 161. (a) In the use of the indirect method the student should give,as a
RM2ANFPG0–Oracle . us for catalog and prices before buying elsewhere Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South SMITH & LAMAR Agents NASHVnXE, TENN. DAULAS, TEXAS RICHMOND, VA. c ATTE VTION, COLLEGE GIRLS We have a beautiful selection of White Goods and Embroideries for thatCommencement dress. Also a beautiful line of J. & K. Slippers, which meansstyle, comfort and durability. Sole agents for the Just rite Corset. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE COLLEGE TRADE MARTIN, RICHARDSON & MALONE - ???««»n»»»«<*«i«««««*»»****i«»*4>*t****i**niuiii>i««n>*niii*n«itiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiinmn>»» ni«tm«««niiiiiitii
RM2AJ5NF2–Transactions and proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia (Incorporated) . tion of the lumen of the trachea, began to grow outwardsat one end. As it grew outwards its two free edges fusedtogether, forming a tube. A tracheoloblast in this conditionleaving the renovated longitudinal vessels and growing out-wards to form a tracheole of the imago is shown in fig. 82.The cell with its great nucleus then grew further and furtherout, secreting the main branch of the system after it, as itadvanced. Soon, however, the nucleus ceased to advance,perhaps on account of the pressure of the fat bo
RM2AFMW99–. Sequelle 1912. HELEN MORRIS WHITE. M.E. (Mrs. Peabody) Director of Physical Training. ESTELLE SHEPARD, Ph. B. MINA F. DECKER Science and History Public Speaking and English. LORA GOODROWE WELCHLaboratory Assistant Pane Se viitiYit The 1912 SequelTe V^^ i^W^
RM2AN4WBM–The elastic properties of concrete under bi-axial loading . ?lllj|lll|!.,l|,,ll|l.:i|H!|—J-. wo 3*6
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RM2AJ7797–The Vienna galleries : giving a brief history of the public and private galleries of Vienna ; with a critical description of the paintings therein contained . stic, but reminds one rather of Jean Valjeansbishop, with his gentle simplicity and pious grace.The artist has a fine eye for luxurious colour-effect,produced by the green pallium against a goldencurtain. There is a great difference between these old-German works and an example of the early Frenchschool. It is the only example of this school in theLiechtenstein Gallery, but one of its priceless gems,that attracted merited attention when
RM2AN3H53–Prehistoric Thessaly; being some account of recent excavations and explorations in north-eastern Greece from Lake Kopais to the borders of Macedonia . Fig. 92. Bone implements ; a-g from Tsangli, //-/// from Tsanl Maghula (scale 9 : 10). Tsani, Miscellaneous Objects 149 prominent and large. To the same stratum also belong a hollow foot, whichmay be part of an anthropomorphic vase, and a very small leg. The lower [)art of a standing steatopygous female figure like AS, PI. 32. 3,was found on the surface of the south slope of the mound. This is polished,but unpainted : however, it probably belong
RM2AX7HRF–The groundwork of eugenics . -X / r -< -J / — H- / ^ z H m I-r- I/) ^ 600 500 400 300 200 100 SCALE OF MENTACES. Fig. 7. SCALE OF MENTACES Fisr. 8 THE GROUNDWORK OF EUGENICS 29 it has been confirmed for Denmark and for New SouthWales (Fig. 6, Plate III)^ Fifty per cent, of the marriedpopulation provide 75 per cent, of the next generation.The same rule may be expressed in another way: 50 percent, of the next generation is produced by 25 per cent, ofthe married population, or about 12 per cent, of all theindividuals born in the last generation provide half the TABLE II. PROPORTION OF MATED I
RM2AN4145–Across the Andes . addle almost solid with bullion;the sodden side streets where the buzzard^ and thescavenger pig are mans best friend; the cathe-dral where lies the dessicated body of Pizarroin a marble casket like an aquarium, the one openside covered with glass through which may beseen the remains of that treacherous old buc-caneer, with his head re-fastened by a silver wireto guard against a repetition of the theft; thecathedral itself with its murky interior smokedby the votive candles of millions of conscriptconverts; its queer carvings where the ecclesias-tical memories of architecture
RM2AG0C19–. History of southeast Missouri : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people and its principal interests. ilissouKi Orchards in Bearing 520 HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI treme west. Ou the west side of the couutyis; a small lake called Silver lake. There areseveral creeks, but no navigable streams, ex-cept the Mississippi. Thei-e are good springsin the county. Lithium Springs in the northand Schunier Springs in the south are saidto possess medicinal properties. The principal interest of the couuty isfarming. There are some lead deposits andsome fine stone. Lithographic stone is
RM2ANAFE7–Life and letters of DrWilliam Beaumont, including hitherto unpublished data concerning the case of Alexis StMartin . y at Queenstown over to Lewiston. Called onB. Cook, Esq., and his fathers family; staid over night. In the morningcame up on the American side to the falls; viewed what is called Devils 1820 1822—Visits Niagara Falls 77 hole, about half way between Lewiston and the falls. It consists merelyof a transverse fissure or excavation in the perpendicular banks of theRiver, about 150 feet high; of no other extraordinary appearance than ahideous precipice, with a confused mass of stones,
RM2AWH60P–Commodore Joshua Barney: many interesting facts connected with the life of Commodore Joshua Barney, hero of the United States navy, 1776-1812, also a compilation of genealogical material relating to Commodore Barney's ancestors and descendants, with valuable records for those in search of Barney family connections . erfashionable places of summer resort, and the races atthe beautiful village of Havre-de-Grace on the Sus-quehanna. 195 BALTIMORE In the Federal Gazette of Tuesday, December 27,1803, is the following: Married on Saturday evening last by the ReverendBishop Carroll Mr. Jerome Bonapar
RM2AN5RP3–Pathology and treatment of diseases of women . rnal os uteri spontaneously and to infect the cavity:gonorrhea and tuberculosis. The last is observed relatively seldom incomparison to the first; its bacteriologic proof is, for that reason, not ofsuch eminent importance as that of gonorrhea. It is so important for the diagnosis of a number of diseased conditionsof the female genitalia to demonstrate the existence of gonorrhea, thatevery physician ought to be familiar with its technic. Its causative factor, the gonococcus, Neisser (see Fig. 26), occurs inall parts of the genital tract, from the v
RM2AM0G35–Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1912 . lso that the fitter was not a very longtime in doing the work. Also that itsaved the old man quite a bit by beingable to do the job just as he did. Now the radiators on a job can be left16 swung out into the room, if you want tobronze the side towards the wall, or thatside can be touched up first before theradiator is set. In setting the radiatora great many fitters always get allballed up about the measurementsand when time to hook up comes, whysomeone else has to make it right, per-haps. Now this is not so very bad, on aone pipe job (
RM2AJGN7G–Ruins of desert Cathay : personal narrative of explorations in Central Asia and westernmost China . 42. RECEPTION BY HINDU TRADERS AT BIGIL, NEAR YARKAND.Pandit Butha Mai fourth in front, from left. Pao-tai in backg^round.. 43. BAZAR GROUP BY CANAL BANK, NEAR KARGHALIK. CH.X1 LORDLY QUARTERS AT CHINI-BAGH 131 that of Kashgar. The attractions of the Yarkand Chini-bagh, where I again took up my quarters, had in no way-diminished. Often I had from afar recalled to my mindthe picture of its spacious halls, and it was now cheering tomake sure that the picture was true in all details. PlentifulKhota
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RM2ANH74E–Oracle . t there are; For to all that pass such stagesNothing- can those memories mar. In our own broad field of learning, In the battle for our rights,Were not to silly notions turning; Were showing who puts up the fight. Sophomores labor! Sophomores work! And all knowledge is our goal.If our lessons we should shirk. Better far be under knoll. Grades of scholars all remind usWe can make our grades to climb, And at parting leave behind usRecords fair in every mind. Not all joy, not all sorrow.Is our destined end or way; But to work that each tomorrowFinds us wiser than today. Records that in t
RM2AJBMDX–Napoleon and King Murat, a biography compiled from hitherto unknown and unpublished documents . nta letter in which, while expressing her thanks to Napoleonfor liis kindness, she pleaded her recent miscarriage as thereason which compelled her to decline. Notwithstandingthis, the united testimony of all who were about her atthe time was to the effect that her health was excellent.The real reason of her refusal was that she dared notleave Naples, not knowing when, if ever, she would return. I learned, from a source which left no room for doubt,writes Durant, that the Queen was violently disquiet
RM2AFHNG8–. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie. ^Uma, m inleipsig LitkAnst YjohajiMsArndi,Jiiia,. Zeitschrift f. wiss. Zoologie. Bd. CIL Taf. XIV 36 38..
RM2AWHFDR–The California fruits and how to grow them; a manual of methods which have yielded greatest success, with the lists of varieties best adapted to the different districts of the state . te a high head at first to allow for the natural droop of the branchesand the result is seen in many young trees with slim stems and um-brella-like tops. It is better to develop a stout stem by allowing fora time a low growth upon it and then raise it later by removal of thelower growth which has done good service and outlived its usefulness.By wise under-pruning it is possible not only to secure a shapely andcon
RM2AJ0XBH–The life and letters of Frederic Shields . magnificent—full ofsplendid power. I wish you could send me a photograph not enlarged,and more sharp, to give me some idea of the drawing,which I should think must be wonderful, and quitebeyond the power of any woodcutter I know. I will thinkabout it and write you more when I receive your secondpacket.—Most truly yours, J. Ruskin. F. J. Shields, Esq. If there is any question about expense in the cutting,I shall be most happy to contribute towards having itdone well. But I fear no money can get it done. The diary continues:— July 9th.— Wrote seven page
RM2AWCT4N–Oral surgery; a text-book on general surgery and medicine as applied to dentistry . Fig. 118.—Root Cyst. Fig. 119.—TeethFROM Same Cyst. were removed so as to make the cavity of the cyst continu-ous with the oral cavity. The two offending teeth wereextracted and the external bony and membranous walls wereremoved, making the opening aslarge as possible, so as to makethe oral cavity and the cyst cavitycontinuous with each other. Itwould not be desirable to have acavity this size close until thearchitectural reconstruction of thebone took place for fear theremight be some accumulation. Thecavity w
RM2ANA01P–Lingard's History of England, newly abridged and brought down to the accession of King George v . trine between the tenets of the Christian bishops and thereligion taught by Augustine. Ethelbert pubhshed during his long and useful life manyimportant laws, in order to regulate the administration of justice.A pecuniary fine was appointed to each crime, and a criminalwas compelled to make compensation to the viofated justice ofthe country, as well as to the family of the injured party. Thefine called were was the sum at which the life of each person wasrated; that which was known as mimd was inte