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    53 The Mississippi Miracle Irwin Russell 70 Mr Pickwick s Romantic Adventure with a Middle aged Lady in Yellow Curl Papers Dickens 18 Over the Crossin Springfield Republican 92 Puzzled 76 The Rajah s Clock Theron Brown 57 Re enlisted Lucy Larcom 11 Scene from Ion Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd 46 She Stood on the Stair Puck 13 The Silver Bell Mrs Julia D Pratt 63 Somehow or Other 94 The Story of Sir Arnulph Gerald Massey 85 Taters W O Eaton 96 Together on the Stairs Andrew G Tubbs 35 A Tough Customer William L Keese 28 An Unknown Man Respectably Dressed Helen Jackson 97 The Village Choir Audreys Journal 39 Wendell Phillips John Boyle O Reilly 72 When Greek met Greek 56 When McGue puts the Baby to Sleep 87 PART II After Taps Horace B Sargent 78 At Arlington James R Randall 15 At the Rising of the Moon Leo Casey 12 Aunt Parson s Story Presbyterian Journal 48 Aunt Sophronia Tabor at the Opera 36 Biddy s Philosophy R H Stoddard 102 The Bravest Boy in Town Emma H Nason in Wide Awake 23 Brer Rabbit and the Butter Harris 26 Cicely and the Bears Lilliput Levee 64 The Course of Love Too Smooth 97 The Drummer s Betrothed M Cecile Brown from Victor Hugo 5 The Dutchman s Serenade 57 Dyin Words of Isaac Anonymous 99 A Fight with a Trout Charles D Warner 40 Forcible Entry J M Bailey 45 Grant s Strategy Judge Veazey 85 He Never Told a Lie 82 A Howl in Rome Bill Nye 67 Indian Names L H Sigourney 80 Jamie Douglas 70 John Leland s Examination 8 A Laughing Philosopher 17 A Leak in the Dike Phoebe Cary 93 Lessons in Cookery Detroit Free Press 107 A Lesson

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  • George Melville Baker - Wikisource, the free online library
    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 72740690 LCCN n82094412 ISNI 0000 0000 8263 391X GND 171963784 Project Gutenberg 44486 Open Library OL6649773A English Wikisource 1635143 WorldCat Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Author George Melville Baker oldid 5651372 Categories Authors Ba 1832 births Early modern authors 1890 deaths Male authors Author PD old 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 links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page Download

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  • File:The Spirit of the Nation.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
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    Song Meeting of the Waters Shamrock 50 The House that Paddy Built M P 51 Punchification Terræ Filius 54 The Leinster War Song Araby s Daughter Shamrock 55 The Botanic Gardens W M Downes 57 Erin our Own Corravoth Jig Fermoy 58 The Voice of the Nation Black Joke Slievegullion 60 Portrait from the Peerage Gracchus 61 Epigram Terræ Filius 62 Song of Sorrow Black Northern 63 The Saxon Massacre M J M C 63 O Sullivan s Return Cruiskeen Lawn The Celt 64 The Extermination Shamrock 67 The Clanconnell Warsong Roderich Vich Alpine M J M C 68 The Death of Sarsfield Logie O Buchan The Celt 70 The Trampled Land H 70 Boyhood s Years Clericus 73 Literary Leisure Black Northern 74 The Spirit of the Times Black Northern 74 The Irish Catholic Slievegullion 75 Volume 2 edit DUBLIN JAMES DUFFY 25 ANGLESEA STREET PREFACE When we ventured within a few months after the Nation was started to reprint the Poetry of it we did an unprecedented thing and one said to be of doubtful prudence The Newspaper to be sure had succeeded but it seemed a trial ruinous to these verses and injurious to the paper to expose its weekly miscellanies to the test of permanent criticism They are light cavalry said a friend they have charged famously for once you ll find them jaded hacks when wheeled again into line We trusted them and published Yet their success has surprised us We hardly hoped that their popularity could extend beyond our own class and country But the Tory has praised them more than the Liberal the anti Repealer as much as the Nationalist while their success in foreign countries has at least equalled their success here Mr O Connell thought the ballads very good Mr Shaw most able Mr Butt inspired The Irish press thought them excellent for Ireland but the Morning Post said they were superior to anything they had supposed to exist at present the Leeds Times thought them great achievements and the Tablet called them the music of the battle field To ascend higher the Dublin Review says they are vigorous and bold fitted to grasp the nation the Quarterly found in them great beauty of language and imagery and Fraser declared that though they are mischievous it dare not condemn them they are so full of beauty The First Part of the Spirit of the Nation has gone through two editions here has been bought by men of all creeds and kinds from the peasantry to the peerage the soldier and policeman to the Quartermaster General from Tom Moore to Thresham Gregg The American papers regularly reprint our verses week by week and a large edition of the Spirit of the Nation has been issued in New York and sold throughout the United States and Canada Our little book of rhymes has been circulated enough and praised enough then fully to justify the novel course we took in reprinting them and the

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  • File:Character of Renaissance Architecture.djvu - Wikisource, the free online library
    Moore with twelve plates in photogravure and one hundred and thirty nine illustrations in the text Authority control LCCN 05033509 OCLC 1362886 Publisher The Macmillan Company Year of publication 1905 Place of publication New York London Language English Description English Proofread of the Month for March 2014 on enWS Source https archive org details characterofrenai00mooriala Licensing edit Public domain Public domain false false The author died in 1930 so this work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author s life plus 80 years or less This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published or registered with the U S Copyright Office before January 1 1923 This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law including all related and neighboring rights File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 05 19 19 March 2014 2 352 3 488 324 pages 11 38 MB Beeswaxcandle User created page with UploadWizard 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 Template FreedImg Template FreedImg doc Template FreedImg span Template FreedImg span doc Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 1 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 10 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 11 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 12 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 13 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 130 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 131 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 132 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 133 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 134 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 135 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 136 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 167 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 168 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 189 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 190 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 197 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 198 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 199 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 2 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 20 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 200 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 201 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 202 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 203 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 204 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 205 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 206 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 207 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 208 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 209 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 210 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 24 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 26 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 27 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 271 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture djvu 272 Page Character of Renaissance Architecture

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    The Palazzo Bevilacqua Its singular aberrations of design Vignola s design for the Palazzo Caprarola Influence of its circular court on De l Orme and Inigo Jones The civic and domestic architecture of Palladio The Portico of Vicenza Its derivation from the town hall of Padua and from the Library of St Mark Syrian instance of the freestanding column in connection with the arch Palladio s own estimate of the merits of this design Use of poor materials by Palladio His versatility in meaningless composition His palace fronts Palladio a grammatical formalist The art of Scamozzi His use of an entablature broken by an arch 112 Chapter VIII Church Architecture of the Renaissance in North Italy Various other phases of the architecture of the Renaissance The façade of San Bernardino of Perugia The façade of the Certosa of Pavia Its combination of local mediæval and distorted neo classic features The church and sacristy of San Satiro Evidence that both were designed by Bramante Santa Maria delle Grazie Its dome Architectural treatment of its exterior Its attribution to Bramante The chapel of St Peter Martyr attributed to Michelozzi The Monastero Maggiore The cathedral of Como Evidence of Bramante s hand in the east end Its details of mediæval Lombard character mixed with neo classic elements The south portal The windows of the nave Architecture of the Venetian Renaissance The church of San Zaccaria Peculiar column of its interior The church of San Salvatore Its piers Attic of the interior The church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli Architectural treatment of its exterior Excellence of its mechanical execution The façade of Santa Maria Formosa 135 Chapter IX Palace Architecture of the Renaissance in North Italy Marked local character of the palace architecture of Venice Façade of east side of court of the Ducal Palace Irregularities of its composition North side of the same court The Giant s stair Façade of the Scuola di San Marco Composition of the main portal Notable refinements of execution in this portal Façade of the Scuola di San Rocco Unique architectural character of the palaces of the Grand Canal Those of the mediæval period alone have the distinctive Venetian character Neo classic details used sparingly in the early Renaissance palaces of Venice The Palazzo Corner Spinelli Disposition and character of its windows Questionable propriety of the panelling of its pilasters The beauty of the façade independent of its neo classic details The Palazzo Contarini The varied proportions of its pilasters The Palazzo Vendramini The distinctive Venetian character altered by the application of complete orders This character largely lost in the palaces of the Roman Renaissance The Palazzo del Consiglio of Verona Its mediæval scheme The Palazzo Comunale of Brescia The Ospedale Maggiore of Milan Its lack of distinctive character The later palace architecture of north Italy 154 Chapter X Architectural Carving of the Renaissance Little architectural character in the sculpture of the Renaissance Close imitation of Roman models Great delicacy of design and execution in much carving of the Renaissance Lack of vital beauty in this carving Comparison with Greek conventional ornamentation Exceptional beauty of foliation in the reliefs of the Lombardi Lifeless character of the scroll leafage of Filarete Artificial convolutions of Renaissance ornamental designs Artificial and inorganic composition in the works of Benedetto da Maiano Representation of artificial objects in Renaissance ornamentation Disordered composition in the borders of the Ghiberti gates Comparison of Greek leafage with that of the Renaissance The grotesque in Renaissance ornamentation 167 Chapter XI Architecture of the Early Renaissance in France The Renaissance had not the same meaning north of the Alps that it had in Italy A fundamental change in French architecture effected by the Renaissance influence Survival of the Gothic style Conditions which favoured the change from Mediæval to Renaissance forms The transformation of the feudal castle into the Renaissance château Factitious character of the French Renaissance château Peculiar mixture of pseudo Gothic and neo classic details in early French Renaissance architecture The château of Azay le Rideau Survival in this building of the larger mediæval forms Its ornamental portal based on that of Châteaudun Analysis of this portal A different manifestation of Flamboyant ideas in the portal of Chenonceaux The château of La Rochefoucauld The eastern wing of Blois The staircase tower of the court The garden side of the eastern wing The château of Chambord Its florid upper part Fontainebleau Écouen Bullant s portico Exceptional character of the château of St Germain en Laye Further transformation of French architecture in the later sixteenth century 179 Chapter XII Lescot and De l Orme French architecture further changed by Lescot and De l Orme yet still without elimination of native characteristics Lescot s design for the Fountain of the Nymphs The sculptures by Goujon Possible derivation of the design from a drawing by Serlio Lescot s design for the Louvre Capricious treatment of neo classic details in this design The traditional logic of French design ignored by Lescot Excessive ornamentation of the Louvre The architectural work of De l Orme Paucity of extant examples His design for the palace of the Tuileries De l Orme s column His claim that this column was his own invention Earlier instances of the same A conscious effort to be original gave rise to most of the artistic aberrations of the Renaissance Noble architecture not a personal but a communal and national product Analysis of the façade of the Tuileries De l Orme s other architectural aberrations The château of Charleval The freakish character of this design Discussion of Viollet le Due s comments on it The church architecture of the French Renaissance The church of St Eustache Its unmodified Gothic structural system Its neo classic details St Étienne du Mont SS Gervais and Protais at Gisors The apse of St Pierre of Caen The Portal of St Maclou at Pontoise 194 Chapter XIII Architecture of the Renaissance in England I Elizabethan Art Derivation of the Elizabethan domestic architecture from the native mediæval art

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  • Charles Herbert Moore - Wikisource, the free online library
    because they were published before January 1 1923 The author died in 1930 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 domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works Public domain Public domain false false Authority control VIAF 50154315 LCCN n86835870 ISNI 0000 0000 8343 5472 GND 124171605 SUDOC 085724955 BNF cb15353372t ULAN 500012990 NLA 35360469 NTA 303711604 NLI 000484504 RKD 57518 Open Library OL1210904A English Wikisource 1625281 WorldCat Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Author Charles Herbert Moore oldid 5662970 Categories Authors Mo 1840 births Early modern authors 1930 deaths Modern authors Male authors Author PD old 80 1923 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

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