The ninth edition of Bartlett is out, and Bartlett is a useful book. "Quotes," for the benefit of those fortunate enough to be out of the reach of literary slang, I must explain are in pure diction ...Article : 2,537 words
Place: New York. Problem: How best to get to San Francisco[?] Time: Before mail steamer leaves 12 days. Decision: Take the Canadian Pacific. This is by no means the nearest route; it ...Article : 1,885 words
For the first time since the Civil War, the principal Government navy yards have during the past month been kept nt work night and day, and Sundays as well as weekdays. In spite, therefore, ...Article : 3,722 words
How very pleasantly one's memory is stirred by the occasional striking of a note in the music of the past. When, after the lapse of years, two old school chums meet, how the old days, how the ...Article : 2,702 words
The mind of the world is like a wide undulating field, scored by furrows of doubt, hedged by the horizon of knowledge, and with, here and there, a venerable stump of the past still standing. At ...Article : 1,349 words
Sir,—Before we consider the 16 points of views into which your correspondent, Mr. Wilfred J. Spruson, A.M., Amer. Inst. E.E., has divided his argument in, favour of the existence of other as an active ...Article : 1,142 words
Sir,—Your commissioner deserves the thanks of your readers for his interesting and exhaustivo article in the Herald of the 4th instant on the above subject Permit me to presetn a few deductions, chiefly ...Article : 632 words
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