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  • User:Moondyne/Contributions - Wikisource, the free online library
    Validation month 26 works Proofread of the Month December 2014 America s National Game Proofread of the Month December 2014 2nd work Athletics and Manly Sport Proofread of the Month January 2015 The Life Story of an Otter Proofread of the Month January 2015 3rd work The Under Ground Railroad Proofread of the Month February 2015 Kopal Kundala Proofread of the Month February 2015 Second work A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Proofread of the Month March 2015 Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857 Proofread of the Month May 2015 Provincial Geographies of India Burma Proofread of the Month June 2015 The Descent of Man Proofready of the Month October 2015 Moll Flanders Proofread of the Month December 2015 Science Lectures A Voyage in Space Various Forces of Matter Proofread of the Month January 2016 first work The Kiss and its History I made significant contributions to these completed sources Contents 1 Australia non fiction 2 Australia poetry and fiction 3 Cricket 4 Other Australia non fiction edit The narrative of a voyage to the Swan River 1831 The Visit of Charles Fraser to the Swan River in 1827 The Visit of Mr Charles Fraser Colonial Botanist of New South Wales with Captain Stirling in H M S Success to the Swan River in 1827 with his Report on the Botany Soil and Capabilities of the Locality An Account of the Expedition of H M S Success Captain James Stirling RN from Sydney to the Swan River in 1827 Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 History of West Australia 1897 Sailing Directions For The Navigation About Rottnest Island 1840 Journals of Several Expeditions Made in Western Australia During the Years 1829 1830 1831 and 1832 Tracks of McKinlay and party across Australia 1863 Handbook of Western Australia 1880 The Perth gazette and Western Australian journal Volume 1 Number 7 et al 1833 Some Account of the New Colony of Western Australia 1837 Australia poetry and fiction edit The Witch Maid and Other Verses 1914 Fair Western Land no index 1929 The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke 1917 The Moods of Ginger Mick 1916 The Australaise 1910 The Great Australian Adjective 1898 The Magic Pudding 1918 Digger Smith 1918 The Glugs of Gosh 1917 The Mystery of a Hansom Cab 1886 Moyarra An Australian Legend in Two Cantos 1891 Jim of the Hills 1919 Such is Life Being certain extracts from the diary of Tom Collins 1903 On Our Selection 1903 Cricket edit Letter from Lord Harris on 11 February 1879 Reply from the New South Wales Cricket Association on 4 June 1879 Cricket 1891 by W G Grace The International Cricket Match 1859 The Crisis in Cricket and the Leg Before Rule 1928 Cricket 1888 by Steel Lyttelton et al Cricket 1898 by R H Lyttelton Cricket An Heroic Poem 1744 by James Dance The Hambledon Men 1907 Other edit The Victorian Age in Literature 1913 by Gilbert Keith Chesterton Letters of Junius Volumes I and II 1772

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  • User:Mpaa - Wikisource, the free online library
    table styling same as page 1 noinclude this is the header nop col1 col2 col3 noinclude noinclude this is the footer of the page Page 3 noinclude table styling same as page 1 noinclude this is the header nop col1 col2 col3 Collapsible Tables edit class collapsible collapsed border collapse collapse cellspacing 0 Indent tables edit style margin left 20px List of Illustrations edit Example Page Things Seen In Holland 1912 djvu 17 Commons tools edit IA import tool uploaded by commons User IaUploadBot Outdent edit overfloat left align right depth 1em di H margin left 1em ANDS UP H ANDS UP Queries edit http en wikisource org w api php action query list backlinks bltitle Popular Science Monthly Volume 42 January 1893 Marriage and Kinship Among the Ancient Israelites bllimit 5 blfilterredir redirects http en wikisource org w api php action query list backlinks bltitle Popular Science Monthly Volume 42 bllimit 500 http en wikisource org w api php action query generator backlinks gbltitle Popular Science Monthly Volume 42 gbllimit 500 http en wikisource org w api php action query generator backlinks gbltitle Popular Science Monthly Volume 42 gbllimit 500 list backlinks bllimit 5 blfilterredir redirects http en wikisource org w api php action query titles User Mpaa prop revisions rvprop content rvsection 2 http en wikisource org w api php action query generator categorymembers gcmtitle Category Popular 20Science 20Monthly 20Volume 201 gcmlimit 5000 prop categories cllimit 5000 PSM edit Multi part articles Wikisource WikiProject Popular Science Monthly Unrelated duplicate article titles Drop initial with overfloat left align right depth 1em di I margin left 1em Python edit Authors edit All authors script User Visviva authors py add text edit python pywikipedia pagefromfile py file Filename xml safe notitle pt 90 python pagefromfile py file redirect xml safe notitle flags edit pt 90 prevents overflow of recent changes Extended query edit User Phe Scripts query ext py Javascript edit Pathoschild edit TemplateScript adds configurable templates and scripts to the sidebar and adds an example regex editor see https meta wikimedia org wiki TemplateScript update token File pathoschild templatescript js mw loader load tools static wmflabs org meta scripts pathoschild templatescript js inductiveload add that to your JS inductiveload then add the functions and setup lines from my regex script add to your common js or a sub script like mine User Inductiveload Regexp toolbar js JSON edit I use Firefox and Firebug It s a simple combo but sometimes like today I have only a locked down computer with an old IE on it As for the JS used to process an API call to MediaWiki if you have jQuery which you will have on WMF sites you use the getJSON function The following code looks at a page gets all the transcluded Page pages and adds the title of each page to the top of the current HTML document with the first category that Page page is in getJSON http en wikisource org w api php action query

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  • User:Pathoschild/Projects/Main page - Wikisource, the free online library
    have over human beings In the course of his wanderings in the nether world when he has reached the spot where abide those who have sinned through love he sees two souls that flutter so lightly in the wind These are Francesco da Rimini and her brother in law Paolo He asks Francesco to tell him In the time of your sweet sighs By what and how love granted that ye knew Your yet uncertain wishes Whereto she replies One day For our delight we read of Lancelot How him love thrall d Alone we were and no Suspicion near us Ofttimes by that reading Our eyes were drawn together and the hue Fled from our alter d cheek But at one point Alone we fell When of that smile we read The wished smile so rapturously kissed By one so deep in love then he who ne er From me shall separate at once my lips All trembling kiss d The book and writer both Were love s purveyors In its leaves that day We read no more 1 I have had a special object in prefacing my studies on the history of kissing with these famous verses for I regarded it in the light of a duty to caution my readers emphatically and at the very outset as to the danger of even reading about kisses and I consider that having done this I have warned my readers against pursuing the subject and forewarned is forearmed or homme averti en vaut deux H F Cary s translation Read on or see all featured texts Wikisource s sister projects WIKIMEDIA FOUNDATION Wikisource is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation a non profit organization which also hosts other free content projects Commons Wikibooks Wikidata Wikinews Wikipedia Wikiquote Wikispecies Wikiversity Wikivoyage Wiktionary

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  • User:Peter Isotalo - Wikisource, the free online library
    Art of Cookery 1774 edition djvu test unformatted transcription User Peter Isotalo Cury Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title User Peter Isotalo oldid 6102521 Categories User sv User sv N User en User en 4 User de User de 2 User ru User ru 1 Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces User page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit

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  • User:Psychless/MPage - Wikisource, the free online library
    replies One day For our delight we read of Lancelot How him love thrall d Alone we were and no Suspicion near us Ofttimes by that reading Our eyes were drawn together and the hue Fled from our alter d cheek But at one point Alone we fell When of that smile we read The wished smile so rapturously kissed By one so deep in love then he who ne er From me shall separate at once my lips All trembling kiss d The book and writer both Were love s purveyors In its leaves that day We read no more 1 I have had a special object in prefacing my studies on the history of kissing with these famous verses for I regarded it in the light of a duty to caution my readers emphatically and at the very outset as to the danger of even reading about kisses and I consider that having done this I have warned my readers against pursuing the subject and forewarned is forearmed or homme averti en vaut deux H F Cary s translation Read on or see all featured texts New texts Wild Folk 1922 by Samuel Scoville Jr Free as in Freedom 2 0 2010 by Sam Williams revisions by Richard M Stallman Stalky Co 1899 by Rudyard Kipling Philochristus 1878 by Edwin Abbott Abbott The Printer s Devil 1921 by Anon The Hambledon Men 1907 by Edward Verrall Lucas editor Euripides 1879 by John Pentland Mahaffy A partial listing of some new texts add Works added this year Main categories Authors By alphabetical order By era By nationality Works By country By genre By subject By type Index of audio recordings Collaboration The current Collaboration of the Week is collecting texts related to Sabine Baring Gould Wikisource s sister projects

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  • User:Rochefoucauld - Wikisource, the free online library
    the Month September 2013 First Voyage Round the World Proofread of the Month October 2013 Stabilizing the Dollar Proofread of the Month September 2014 Mount Seir Sinai and Western Palestine Proofread of the Month October 2014 The Development of Navies During the Last Half Century Proofread of the Month November 2014 Special Validation month 26 works Proofread of the Month December 2014 America s National Game Proofread of the Month December 2014 2nd work Athletics and Manly Sport Proofread of the Month January 2015 The Life Story of an Otter Proofread of the Month January 2015 2nd work The Tales of a Traveler Proofread of the Month February 2015 Kopal Kundala Proofread of the Month March 2015 Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857 Proofread of the Month April 2015 Queen Mab Proofread of the Month September 2015 My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus Proofread of the Month December 2015 Science Lectures A Voyage in Space Proofread of the Month January 2016 first work The Kiss and its History Proofread of the Month January 2016 second work The Comic English Grammar Proofread of the Month January 2016 third work Fountains Abbey Userboxes This user has created a global account Rochefoucauld s

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  • User:Sanbeg/df1 - Wikisource, the free online library
    one point Alone we fell When of that smile we read The wished smile so rapturously kissed By one so deep in love then he who ne er From me shall separate at once my lips All trembling kiss d The book and writer both Were love s purveyors In its leaves that day We read no more 1 I have had a special object in prefacing my studies on the history of kissing with these famous verses for I regarded it in the light of a duty to caution my readers emphatically and at the very outset as to the danger of even reading about kisses and I consider that having done this I have warned my readers against pursuing the subject and forewarned is forearmed or homme averti en vaut deux H F Cary s translation Read on or see all featured texts Featured Images When in the course of human Events it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the Powers of the Earth the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature x 2019 s God entitle them a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation Read on or see all featured images New texts Wild Folk 1922 by Samuel Scoville Jr Free as in Freedom 2 0 2010 by Sam Williams revisions by Richard M Stallman Stalky Co 1899 by Rudyard Kipling Philochristus 1878 by Edwin Abbott Abbott The Printer s Devil 1921 by Anon The Hambledon Men 1907 by Edward Verrall Lucas editor Euripides 1879 by John Pentland Mahaffy A partial listing of some new texts add Works added this year Main categories

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  • User:ShakespeareFan00/Awards - Wikisource, the free online library
    of the Nation Proofread of the Month July 2014 Secrets of Crewe House Proofread of the Month July 2014 Second work Great Speeches of the War Proofread of the Month August 2014 A Lady s Cruise in a French Man of War Proofread of the Month August 2014 second work An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans Proofread of the Month September 2014 Mount Seir Sinai and Western Palestine Proofread of the Month October 2014 The Development of Navies During the Last Half Century Proofread of the Month December 2014 America s National Game Proofread of the Month December 2014 2nd work Athletics and Manly Sport Proofread of the Month January 2015 The Life Story of an Otter Proofread of the Month January 2015 2nd work The Tales of a Traveler Proofread of the Month January 2015 3rd work The Under Ground Railroad Proofread of the Month February 2015 Kopal Kundala Proofread of the Month March 2015 Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857 Proofread of the Month May 2015 Journal of a Voyage to Greenland in 1821 Proofread of the Month May 2015 second work Provincial Geographies of India Burma Proofread of the Month June 2015 The Descent of Man Proofread of the Month July 2015 Chuang Tzŭ Proofread of the Month July 2015 second work The Aborigines of Victoria and Riverina Proofread of the Month July 2015 third work Myth Ritual and Religion Proofread of the Month August 2015 How to Know the Ferns Proofread of the Month September 2015 My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus Proofready of the Month October 2015 Moll Flanders Proofread of the Month December 2015 Science Lectures The Chemical History of a Candle Life in Motion A Voyage in Space Various Forces of Matter Proofread of the Month January 2016

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