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  • George Hodges - Wikisource, the free online library
    Human Nature of the Saints New York T Whittaker 1905 1914 OCLC 1465083 all editions 1906 Three Hundred Years of the Episcopal Church in America Philadelphia Published for the Missionary Thank Offering Committee by G W Jacobs OCLC 171008 all editions 1906 with John Reichert The administration of an institutional church a detailed account of the operation of St George s parish in the city of New York New York London Harper Bros OCLC 1464805 all editions 1906 The Year of Grace two volumes 1906 second edition 1914 1909 The apprenticeship of Washington and other sketches of significant colonial personages New York Moffat Yard Co OCLC 24253931 all editions 3 1911 The Training of Children in Religion New York Appleton 1912 1914 1917 1919 1923 OCLC 590316423 all editions 4 1911 Everyman s Religion New York The Macmillan Company 1913 OCLC 504038655 all editions 1912 Saints and heroes since the Middle Ages New York H Holt OCLC 259073551 all editions 5 1913 Classbook of Old Testament History New York The Macmillan Co 1914 1915 1917 1918 1923 1925 1932 1937 OCLC 378342 all editions 6 Sources edit Online version of Hodges 1895 Digital copy of Hodges 1901 in Internet Archive Digital copy of Hodges 1909 in Internet Archive Digital copy of Hodges 1911 in Hathi Trust Digital copy of Hodges 1912 in Internet Archive Digital copy of Hodges 1913 in Hathi Trust Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1 1923 The author died in 1919 so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author s life plus 80 years or less Works by this author may also be in the public

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  • File:The Comic English Grammar.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    law including all related and neighboring rights This file is in DjVu a computer file format designed primarily to store scanned documents You may view this DjVu file here online If the document is multi page you may use the controls on the right of the image to change pages You may also view this DjVu file in your web browser with proper browser plugin add on or use a desktop version DjVu viewer for your Operating system You can choose a suitable software from this list See Help DjVu for more information File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 06 20 6 January 2016 1 552 2 685 172 pages 8 77 MB Beeswaxcandle Importation from Internet Archive File usage More than 100 pages link to this file The following list shows the first 100 page links to this file only A full list is available Wikisource Proofread of the Month Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 1 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 10 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 104 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 105 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 106 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 107 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 108 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 109 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 11 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 110 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 111 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 112 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 113 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 12 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 13 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 14 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 149 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 15 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 150 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 151 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 152 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 153 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 154 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 155 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 156 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 157 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 158 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 159 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 16 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 160 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 161 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 162 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 163 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 164 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 165 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 166 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 167 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 168 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 169 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 17 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 170 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 171 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 172 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 18 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 19 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 2 Page The Comic English Grammar djvu 20 Page The

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  • The Comic English Grammar - Wikisource, the free online library
    expose in their naked deformity the vices of speech to the ingenious reader The comical mind like the jaundiced eye views everything through a colored medium Such a mind is that of the generality of our countrymen We distinguish even the nearest ties of relationship by facetious names A father is called dad or poppa an uncle nunkey and a wife a rib or more pleasantly still as in the advertisements for situations an encumbrance We will not allow a man to give an old woman a dose of rhubarb if he have not acquired at least half a dozen sciences but we permit a quack to sell as much poison as he pleases When one man runs away with another s wife and being on that account challenged to fight a duel shoots the aggrieved party through the head the latter is said to receive satisfaction We never take a glass of wine at dinner without getting somebody else to do the same as if we wanted encouragement and then before we venture to drink we bow to each other across the table preserving all the while a most wonderful gravity This however it may be said is the natural result of endeavoring to keep one another in countenance The way in which we imitate foreign manners and customs is very amusing Savages stick fish bones through their noses our fair countrywomen have hoops of metal poked through their ears The Caribs flatten the forehead the Chinese compress the foot and we possess similar contrivances for reducing the figure of a young lady to a resemblance to an hour glass or a devil on two sticks There being no other assignable motive for these and the like proceedings it is reasonable to suppose that they are adopted as schoolboys say for fun We could go on were it necessary adducing facts to an almost unlimited extent but we consider that enough has now been said in proof of the comic character of the national mind And in conclusion if any other than an English or American author can be produced equal in point of wit humor and drollery to Swift Sterne Dickens or Paulding we hereby engage to eat him albeit we have no pretensions to the character of a helluo librorum THE COMIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR English Grammar according to Lindley Murray is the art of speaking and writing the English language with propriety The English language written and spoken with propriety is commonly called the King s English A monarch who three or four generations back occupied the English throne is reported to have said If beebles will be boets they must sdarve This was a rather curious specimen of King s English It is however a maxim of English law that the King can do no wrong Whatever bad English therefore may proceed from the royal mouth is not King s English but Minister s English for which they alone are responsible King s English or perhaps

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  • Percival Leigh - Wikisource, the free online library
    and customs of ye Englyshe illustrated by Richard Doyle 1849 transcription project Pips his Diary Works by this author published before January 1 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas Public domain Public domain false false Authority control VIAF 56492226 LCCN nr94017192 SUDOC 167717189 NLA 36078014 English Wikisource 781265 WorldCat Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Author Percival Leigh oldid 6055957 Categories Authors Le 1813 births Early modern authors 1889 deaths Male authors Author PD old United Kingdom authors Surgeons Hidden categories Author pages without image Author pages with gender in Wikidata Author pages connected to Wikidata Author pages with authority control data Pages using authority control with parameters Author pages with VIAF on Wikidata Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Author Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What

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  • File:The Kiss and its History.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    image to change pages You may also view this DjVu file in your web browser with proper browser plugin add on or use a desktop version DjVu viewer for your Operating system You can choose a suitable software from this list See Help DjVu for more information File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 07 00 31 December 2015 2 343 3 645 208 pages 6 11 MB Beeswaxcandle Importation from Internet Archive File usage More than 100 pages link to this file The following list shows the first 100 page links to this file only A full list is available Wikisource Proofread of the Month Page The Kiss and its History djvu 1 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 10 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 11 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 113 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 114 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 115 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 116 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 117 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 118 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 119 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 12 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 120 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 121 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 122 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 123 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 124 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 125 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 126 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 127 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 128 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 129 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 13 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 130 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 131 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 132 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 133 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 134 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 135 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 136 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 137 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 138 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 139 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 14 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 140 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 141 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 142 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 143 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 144 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 15 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 153 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 154 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 16 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 17 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 172 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 173 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 174 Page The Kiss and its History djvu 175 Page

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  • File:Various Forces of Matter.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law including all related and neighboring rights This file is in DjVu a computer file format designed primarily to store scanned documents You may view this DjVu file here online If the document is multi page you may use the controls on the right of the image to change pages You may also view this DjVu file in your web browser with proper browser plugin add on or use a desktop version DjVu viewer for your Operating system You can choose a suitable software from this list See Help DjVu for more information File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 23 30 25 December 2015 1 701 2 651 208 pages 6 73 MB Beeswaxcandle Importation from Internet Archive File usage More than 100 pages link to this file The following list shows the first 100 page links to this file only A full list is available Wikisource Proofread of the Month Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 1 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 10 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 11 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 12 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 14 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 15 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 16 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 162 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 163 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 17 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 18 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 187 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 188 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 189 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 19 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 190 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 191 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 192 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 2 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 20 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 204 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 205 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 206 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 207 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 208 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 21 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 22 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 23 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 24 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 25 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 26 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 27 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 28 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 29 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 3 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 30 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 31 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 32 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 33 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 34 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 35 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 36 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 37 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 38 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 39 Page Various Forces of Matter djvu 4

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  • A course of six lectures on the various forces of matter and their relations to each other - Wikisource, the free online library
    of animal vegetable and mineral changes is at war with the earth and the air lends itself to the strife The globe the scene of perpetual intestine change is as a mass acting on and acted on by the other planets of our system and the very system itself is changing its place in space under the influence of a known force springing from an unknown centre For many years past the English public have had the privilege of listening to the discourses and speculations of Professor Faraday at the Royal Institution on Matter and Forces and it is not too much to say that no lecturer on Physical Science since the time of Sir Humphry Davy has been listened to with more delight The pleasure which all derive from the expositions of Faraday is of a somewhat different kind to that produced by any other philosopher whose lectures we have ever attended It is partially derived from his extreme dexterity as an operator with him we have no chance of apologies for an unsuccessful experiment no hanging fire in the midst of a series of brilliant demonstrations producing that depressing tendency akin to the pain felt by an audience at a false note from a vocalist All is a sparkling stream of eloquence and experimental illustration We defy a chemist who loves his science no matter how often he may himself have repeated an experiment to feel uninterested when seeing it done by Faraday The present publication presents one or two points of interest In the first place the Lectures were especially intended for young persons and are therefore as free as possible from technicalities and in the second place they are printed as they were spoken verbatim et literatim A careful and skilful reporter took them down and

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  • Michael Faraday - Wikisource, the free online library
    fundamental laws of electrolytic conduction 1899 On the various forces of nature and their relations to each other 1894 3 Works about Faraday edit Faraday Michael in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin London J M Dent Sons 1910 Faraday Michael in Dictionary of National Biography London Smith Elder Co 1885 1900 in 63 vols Henry Bence Jones The life and letters of Faraday 1870 Volume 1 Volume 2 John Tyndall Faraday as a discoverer 1868 Internet Archive The Late Professor Faraday in The Times 1867 Faraday Michael in Encyclopædia Britannica 11th ed 1911 Faraday Michael in The New Student s Reference Work Chicago F E Compton and Co 1914 Faraday Michael in Collier s New Encyclopedia New York P F Collier Son Co Henry and Faraday by Alfred Marshall Mayer in Popular Science Monthly Volume 18 November 1880 The Modern Development of Faraday s Conception of Electricity by Hermann von Helmholtz in Popular Science Monthly Volume 19 June 1881 Electricity from Thales to Faraday by Ernest Arthur Le Sueur in Popular Science Monthly Volume 56 December 1899 Works by this author published before January 1 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas Public domain Public domain false false Authority control VIAF 38158158 LCCN n50009174 ISNI 0000 0001 2278 4641 GND 118531921 SELIBR 186653 SUDOC 032006152 BNF cb12349936f BPN 40484912 NLA 35075455 NDL 00439208 NKC nlk20000085344 SBN IT ICCU RAVV 062480 PTBNP 25782 NTA 068442564 NUKAT n97071750 Project Gutenberg 5541 BNE XX1039322 Open Library OL241947A Freebase m 04zt0 MacTutor Faraday ODNB 101009153 GEC 0025983 English Wikisource 6544 WorldCat Retrieved from

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