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Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review
Year: 1888 (1880s)
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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists
Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review
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ance, ,-434; Holland, ,441; Australia, ,439.Our exports to Mexico were only 0; toWest Indies, ,000; to far off Finland,,065. INFLUENTIAL MEN HERE.Governor Bushnell, of Ohio, is one of thestockholders of the newly organized LagondaCycle Company, of Springfield, Ohio. The en-tire capital stock of 0,000 has been sub-scribed, and operations will be commencedimmediately. Among the other principalstockholders are General J. Warren Keifer,ex-Mayor Oliver S. Kelly, Mayor P. P. Mast,William N. Whitely and Amos Whitely. WILL NOT RESUME. Porter & Gilmour, No. 16 Warren street,N. Y., the failure of which firm was an-nounced several weeks ago, find the con-ditions unfavorable for resuming business,and the affairs of the company will be woundup. L. H. Porter, one of the firm, a manwho has been connected with cycling fromits infancy, and the author of several bookson cycling topics, is open for an engagementin the trade. 1896. Supplement to The Wheel and Cycling Trade Review.

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To land on the top rung of the ladder of fame is easy when you ride a BARNES WHITE FLYER.—E. C. BALD. Here is good advice from a good man. Had you not better take it in time ? For further particulars, address BARNES CYCLE CO., Syracuse, IM. Y. Kindly mention The Wheel. Supplement to The Wheel and Cycling Trade Review. October 9, CONTRACT MAKING AND BREAKING. The man whose word is as good as hisbond seems to be fast passing away. Hisplace is too often taken by the man whosebond isnt worth the paper it is written on.The change is not a pleasant one, and theworld to-day has in its trade life fewerthings more discreditable than the custjm cftreating contracts lightly. There are few in trade who do not haveamong their customers men who .look uponcontracts as business conveniences, wherebythey can obtain bottom rates or special ad-vantages, and live up to such contracts onlywhen to do so is to their advantage. Those who appear to possess a little con-science adopt the method of rejecting

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Image from page 133 of “Negro slavery in the northern colonies” (1902)
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Title: Negro slavery in the northern colonies
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Boggess, Arthur Clinton
Subjects: Slavery Theses
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aticiansare to spring up like mushrooms, i^k -kr Religion has produced a Phyllis Wheatly; but it could not producea poet, is another of Mr. Jeffersons dogmata. Phyllis was broughtfrom Africa to America, between 7 and 8 years of age; and withoutany assistance from a school education, and before she wa- 15 yearsold, wrote many of her poems. This information is attested by herthen master, John Wheatly, dated Boston, November 14, 1772. 1 willtranscribe part of her poem on Imagination, and leaveCd$u to juggewhether it is poetical or not. It will afford you an opportunity,if you have never met with it, of estimating her genius and Mr.Jeffersons judgment; and I think, without any disparagement (d&j him,that, by comparison, Phyllis appears much the superior, indeed, Ishould be glad to be informed what white upon this continent has wwritten more beautiful lines. •Imaginations who can sing thy force?Or who describe the swiftness of thy course? Soaring through air to find the bright abode,

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Up. Th imperial palace of the thundring god, We on thy pinions can surpass the wind,And leave the rolling universe behin$: From star to star the mental optics rove,Measure the skies and range the realms above; There in one view we grasp the mighty whole.Or with new worlds amaze th unbounded soul. Though winter frowns, to fancys raptured eyesThe fields may flourish, and gay scenes arise; The frozen deeps may burst their iron bands,And bid their waters murmur oer the sands; Pair Flora may resume he:- fragrant reign,And with her flowry riches deck the plain; Sylvanus may diffuse his honours round,And all the forest may with leaver be crownd; Showrs may descend, and dews their gems disclose,And nectar sparkle on the blooming rose. But, to complete his paradoxes, Mr. Jefferso has remarked, xthat the Indian, with no advantage of education, is eloquent andingenious, wit:.out recollecting that the savage is free while thepoor African is enslaved;though he allows that servitude destroyshalf th

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Image from page 68 of “Annual catalogue of the East Carolina Teachers Training School” (1910)
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Title: Annual catalogue of the East Carolina Teachers Training School
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: East Carolina College
Subjects: East Carolina College East Carolina College Universities and colleges College catalogs
Publisher: Greenville, N.C. : The School
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rsday—Regular work begins. Nov. 30, Thursday—Thanksgiving. Dec. 21, Thursday—Fall Term ends. Christmas recess begins. 1912 Jan. 3, Wednesday—School work is resumed. Winter Termbegins. Mar. 23, Saturday—Winter Term ends. Mar. 26, Tuesday—Spring Term begins. June 4-6, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday—Commence-ment exercises. (») Poarb of trustee* Cong. Dist. Term Expires T. J. Jarvis, Greenville First 1913 J. B. Leigh, Elizabeth City First 1917 A. McDowell, Scotland Neck Second 1913 Y. T. Ormond, Kinston… . Second 1917 John , C. Parker, Trenton Third… 1913 J. R. Bannerman, Burgaw Third 1917 Ira T. Turlington, Smithfield Fourth 1915 R. B. White, Franklinton Fourth 1915 J. O. Carr, Wilmington Sixth 1915 J. Y. Joyner, State Supt. of Public Instruction. <©tftcer$ of tfte Poarb J. Y. Joyner, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ex officio Chairman C. W. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer. Cxecuttbe Committee T. J. Jarvis, Chairman.Y. T. Ormond, J. Y. Joyner. (<■-)

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1 BY Jfacultp ROBT. H. WRIGHT, B.S.,President. CLAUDE W. WILSON, B.A.,Pedagogy. W. H. RAGSDALE, B.A,School Management. LEON R. MEADOWS, B.A.,English. MAMIE E. JENKINS, B.A., M.A.,English. HERBERT E. AUSTIN, B.S.,Science. MARIA D. GRAHAM, L.I., B.S..Mathematics. SALLIE JOYNER DAVIS, History. BIRDIE McKINNEY,Latin. ORPAH DABNEYPrimary Methods. KATE W. LEWIS,Drawing. ELIZABETH PUGH,Household Economics. MAY R. B. MUFFLY,Public School Music and Voice. FANNIE M. BISHOP,Piano. CHAS. S. COON,Writing. (7) ©tttcer* Root. H. Wright President C. W. Wilson Bursar Mrs. Kate R. Beck with Lady Principal Chas. OH. Laughinghouse Physician Mittie R. Beaman Superintendent of Infirmary Emm> R. Jones Stenographer Ola S. Ross Custodian of Records («) General information The East Carolina Teachers Training School was estab-lished by Act of the General Assembly, ratified the 8th dayof March, 1907. The General Assembly of 1911 re-charter-ed the school. The following is the charter. A BILL TO BE ENTITLED A

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Title: The Architect & engineer of California and the Pacific Coast
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Architect and Engineer Co
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years in the business. His first venture was at Eighth and Claystreets. Oakland. Cal.. where he operateda plant for a period of eight years. Uponmoving to San Francisco a plant was es-tablished at Howard and Beale streets,and a good business was carried on thereuntil about ten years ago. when thepresent location on Howard street wasleased. At the time of the fire the workswas practically destroyed but rebuilt andthree months later operation was resumed.The main shop has a floor space of 45x164feet. Employment is given to as many assixty men. Contracts running as high as500 tons are filled and care is taken that thework is turned out satisfactory to the R. J. BRODE, PROPRIETOR TEL. KEARNY 2464. BRODE IRON WORKS SUCCESSOR TOBRODE &, CLARK IRON WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL WORK AND ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK OFFICE »N0 WOBKS 621-625 HO«ARD STREET BET. SECOND AND THIRD STS. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. When writing to Advertisers mention this Magazine llf) Tlic Aicliitcct and Eirinccr

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DRAWINGS AND CUTS WHICH SHOW MANUFACTURERS GOODSTOTHE BEST ADVANTAGE THIS IS OUR SPECIALTY LOWEST RATES ON THE COAST Holmes Disappearing NCn 687 Monadnock BIdg.vU. – San Francisco =^ ^ Ve furnisK and install tKerlolmes Patent DisappearingBeds in ornamental trass,bronzed or -wnite enamel ironxrame — ^vitn galvanized ironrecess, Leggett Spiral Springs,guides. Dumpers and furniturein any style or wood to har-monize -with tne other furniturein tne room. Vvrite or call for descriptivecirculars and other data ahoutthese beds. architLCt and his client. Ixith in i-cspcct tosiifLd and cc|nalitv of workmanshi]). Inaddition to the larsc Hoor s])acc, Mr. Rrodcis fortunate in having a lease on prop-ert- adjoining the works, which gives himar(l space. 45×112 feet, and an excellentoutlet for transportation purposes on bothTehama and Havythornc streets. The Rrode & Clark Iron Works wereIncorporated ahout fifteen years ago, butery soon after the incorporation thehalf-interest of W. A. Clark

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Image from page 10 of “The Siberian exiles. A novel” (1893)
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Title: The Siberian exiles. A novel
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Knox, Thomas Wallace, 1835-1896
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^tbaii>«vS( THE SIBERIAN EXILES. CHAPTER I. r A MIDNIGHT ARREST IN RUSSIA. PEN the door ! Open in the name ofthe Czar ! This summons was accompanied bya loud knocking, which was audible ata considerable distance. It was at thedoor of Carl Pushkin, known among-his neighbors and friends, as CarlPavloff, or Carl, the son of Paul. There was a momentary pause, butthe door was not opened. Again thesummons was shouted and the knocking was resumed. The first knocking was with a clenched hand and thesecond with the hilt of a sword. One, two, three, halfa dozen blows were given, and then the door was openedfrom within. By the light of a candle in his left hand,a half-dressed man of middle age, was revealed just [7l

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8 THE, SIBERIAN EXILES. inside the door-way, his face blanched with fright atthe midnight summons, which might be of terribleimport. With the opening of the door, the one who had utteredthe summons, stepped inside. His uniform showed him to be an officer of theImperial Police, in whose hands are supposed to reposethe safety and well-being of the Russian Empire.Several decorations were displayed on the breast of hisclosely-buttoned coat, indicating that he had performedservices at different times or possessed sufficient influ-ence to secure these marks of distinction. Two gen-darmes or soldiers, who carried rifles with fixed bay-onets, were close at his heels, and a little distance fromthe house, were four mounted Cossacks, one of whomwas holding the horse of their commander. Evidently, the party was prepared for resistance, ifany were offered, as the four Cossacks kept their handson their weapons, as though awaiting a signal. What is wanted, Your Excellency? said the manwith the candl

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Title: A century of American literature and the lives and portraits of our favorite authors
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Birdsall, William Wilfred, 1854-1909, [from old catalog] ed Jones, Rufus Matthew, 1863- [from old catalog] joint ed
Subjects: American literature
Publisher: Philadelphia, Chicago [etc.] The J. C. Winston co
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er orspirit of adventure took possession of him again and in 1861 we find him in thegold mines of Idaho; but the yellow metal did not come into his Pan sufficientlyfast and he gave it up to become an express messenger in the mining district. Afew montl^ later he was back in Oregon where he started a Democratic Newspaper i6o JOAQUIN MILLER. I?>I at Eugene City which he ran long enough to get acquainted with a poetical contri-butor, Miss Minnie Myrtle, whom he married in 1862—in his usual short-order wayof doing things—after an acquaintance of three days. Where Joaquin Miller—for he was now called Joaquin after a Spanish brigand whom he had defended—got hib education is a mystery; but through the years of wandering, even in boy-liood, he was a rhymester and his verses now began to come fast in the columns ofhis paper. In 1862, after his marriage he resumed the practice of law, and, in 1866, at theage of twenty-five, was elected Judge of Grant County. This position he held for

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JGAQUiN MILLERS STUDY, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. four years during which time he wrote much poetry. One day with his usual suddenness he abandoned his wife and his country and sailed for London to seeka i)ublisher. At first he was unsuccessful, and had to print a small volume privately.This introduced him to the friendship of English writers and his Songs of theSierras was issued in 1871. Naturally these poems were fiiulty in style and calledfortli strong adverse criticism; but the tales they told were glowing and passionate,and the wild and adventurous life they described was a new revelation in the worldof song, and, verily, wdiatever the austere critic said, The common people heard himgladly and his success became certain. Thus encouraged Miller returned to Cali-fornia, visited the tropics and collected material for another work which he published11 1C2 JOAQUIN MILLER. in London in 1873 entitled Sunland Songs. Succeeding, the Songs of theDesert appeared in 1875; Songs of Italy 1878; Son

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Title: Breeder and sportsman
Year: 1882 (1880s)
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10 miles. [To be Continued.1 Chubbs Catalogue. A very dainty and useful little Dampblet is that issued byaptain Thos. H. Chubb, the great manufacturer and impor-ter of fishing tackle at Post Mills, Vermont. Departing from tbe beaten track, the catalogue contains inaddition to an exhaustive resume of the wares made and soldby Mr. Chubb, a series of delightful essays bv noted arglers,eaci one of which will well repay readers. Dr. Henshall writesof The Rise of the Black Bass; A. D. Cheney, of TroutFishing; Geo. P. Goff, of Fish Lore; W. H. H. Murr,iT,of Practical Trout Fishing; John R. Burton, of FishHooks; and there are otber articles on Salmon Fishingand Angling. Tjpograpbically the catalogue is a gem,while as a handy boon of reference it is indispensable toevery possible purchaser of tackle, whether fur fly-fishing orthe other and less attractive methods. The book may behad frum Mr. Chubb, and if anglers in ordering it enclosea few cents worth of samps, they will but be doing justice.

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THE KENNEL. Dog owners are requested to send for publication tbe earnest possi-ble notices of whelps, sales, names claimed, presentations and deathstn their kennels, in all instances writing plainly names of sire and dam,and of grandparents, colors, dates and breed. Visits. Mi. J. Martin Barneys pointer Galatea, by N ck of Nsfo—Temptation, to owners Tom Pincb, by SeLSation—Benl »b,February 3, 1888, at Dutch Flat, Cal. Mr. Donald Pattons imported collie Fair Maid of Perthto C. S. McLarens collie King, at San Francisco, Feb. o, 1838. Death. Mr. Wm. Harris setter Hubert, by Harold—Janet, by dis-temper, at Dutch Flat, February 5, 1388. Whelps. Mr. A. P. Mordannts black greyhound Lizzie, by Misterton—Lyonese, whelped, February 6, 1888, ten—five dogs—toowners Sir William II, by Dominie—Silver Tint. Occidental Coursing Club. The Sheffield Start.—The Sheffield mode of starting is thebest, and is as follows: The men are supposed to be standingon their respective marks, and at

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Title: Historical review of Chicago and Cook county and selected biography. A.N. Waterman … ed. and author of Historical review
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Waterman, Arba N. (Arba Nelson), 1836-1917
Subjects: Chicago (Ill.) — History Chicago (Ill.) — Biography Cook County (Ill.) — History Cook County (Ill.) — Biography
Publisher: Chicago, New York, The Lewis publishing company
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in 1890, he was given an A. M. degree. He had alreadytraveled and studied in Europe in 1882-83, and ten years later, stilla young man, pursued special courses in languages, history and litera-ture at Leipzig, Freiburg, Paris and Ghent. He is proficient ineight modern languages and has a working knowledge of severalothers. In 1893 Mr. Morris was appointed United States Consul atGhent, Belgium, and was thus able to bring his linguistic ability intothe service of the government. Because of this proficiency, his general CHICAGO AND COOK COUNTY 767 culture and unfailing tact, he was considered one of the most valuablemembers of the consular service, and continued his connection withit for five years, until 1898, when he voluntarily resigned. Whileserving in this capacity he wrote about two hundred reports on com-mercial, industrial and social conditions in Belgium and other Euro-pean countries which appeared in Commercial Relations of the UnitedStates and similar governmeni i)ublications.

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HENRY C. MORRIS. When Mr. Morris returned to Chicago in 1898 he resumed thepractice of the law, in which he had already made some progress,having graduated in 1889—a member of the first class—from theChicago College of Law. and having been soon afterward admittedto the Illinois bar; for the pa.st ten years he has been actively engagedin his profession. Mr. Morris has made an especially thorough study of all mattersconnected with colonization; his History of Colonization from theEarliest Times to the Present Day is considered a standard publica-tion on the subject by all those who arc competent to judge. He has y68 CHICAGO AND COOK COUNTY also done some work in the local field; having published in 1902 theHistory of the First National Bank of Chicago. He is a memberof the American Historical Association, American Political ScienceAssociation, the National Geographic Society, the Illinois HistoricalSociety, the Chicago Historical Society, and several other similarorganizations. In D

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Title: History of the American Civil War
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Draper, John William, 1811-1882
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^ crossing the Shenandoah Mount-ains, he rejoined Ewell at Newmarket, and, moving upthe Valley between the Blue Kidge and the Masanuttenrange to Front Royal, he accomplished a double object;he created a panic in Washington, and, indeed, as we shalland attacks Keniy ^cc, all throughout the North, and fell inat Front Royal. ovcrwhclming force on Colonel Kenly, who 392 THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY. [Sect. XL

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THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY. was at Front Royal, capturing many prisoners and guns,and a large amount of stores. This was on the 23d ofMay. About a week before this time (May 17th), the nation-al government, desirous of re-enforcing McClellaij in the Chap.lv.] the ketreat of banks. 393 ^, ^ , , Peninsula, had ordered Shields to leavetoMccieuan. Baukss coips and joiu that of McDowell,which was on its march to McClellan, Banks being or-dered to fall back to Strasburg and there fortify himself.He was thus left with about 6000 men to defend thevalley. Banks heard of the disaster at Front Royal on the evening of its occurrence. He saw his peril.auackedbyjack-^ Hc rctrcatcd lustautly fiom Strasburg (May 24th), the Confederate advance already ap-pearing. His losses in this forced march were great, buthe gained Winchester by midnight. He was unable torest there more than a couple of hours, for Jackson wasfast enveloping him. He resumed his flight, turning uj^onhis j^ursuers whenever he could, in or

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Title: Life of Mother Magdalene Daemen, O.S.F. : foundress of the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of Penance and Christian Charity / based upon M. Paula Munster’s German edition, "History of the Franciscan Sisters" ; by W. J. Metz
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Munster, M. Paula
Subjects: Magdalene Daemen, Mother, 1787-1858 Franciscan Sisters of Penance and Christian Charity — Biography
Publisher: Stella Niagara, N. Y. : Sisters of St. Francis
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tion produce thedesired change in the patients condition. A third op-eration took place on the 2nd of January, 1910; afterwhich the doctor still entertained some hope for thelife of the boy, provided the fever abated. Againhis hopes were doomed. The symptoms were possiblymore unfavorable, and the fever continued to increase.Finally the doctor declared the case beyond his skilland a recovery absolutely impossible. I felt greatly dejected at this verdict, and at thesame time, I was inspired with the fullest confidencethat our good Mother Magdalene by her intercessionwith God, could save my little patient. I immediatelyasked several of our Sisters to unite with me in a no-vena to our Beloved Foundress and requested the littlesufferer to join his prayers to ours. On the 3rd ofJanuary, quite contrary to all expectations, the feverfell to 98° F. and the boy was saved! Ten days laterhe was able to rise, and soon left the hospital completelycured. The physician, Dr. Poschmann, has repeatedly

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Veneration of Mother Magdalene After Her Death 147 declared that the cure was the result of Mother Magda-lenes intercession. A Sister of the academy at Zeddam (Holland) givesthe following extraordinary fact concerning herself: On the 3rd of August, 1880, our physician, Dr.Schumaker, declared me a consumptive, and orderedme to give up all school work. Owing to the very evi-dent symptoms, his diagnosis was but too convincingand I was sent back to the Mother House to preparefor death. Though I myself was fully satisfied with thefatal ending of my disease, I did not lose courage. Dur-ing my sojourn at the Mother House I had recourseto Mother Magdalene, to whose tomb I frequently wentto pray, and my confidence was rewarded. My healthcame back to me, not suddenly, but gradually withoutthe use of any medicine; and in April, 1881, I was againat my former post, fully able to resume all my lessons. Mother B., the superior of St. Johns School, Colum-bus, Ohio, writes: On the 2nd of January, 1910

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Subjects: Rhode Island Infantry. 9th Regiment, 1862 United States. Army. Rhode Island Infantry Regiment, 10th (1862) Rhode Island Artillery. 10th Battery, 1862 United States. Army Rhode Island Infantry Regiment, 9th (1861-1865) United States. Army Rhode Island Infantry Regiment, 10th (1861-1865) United States. Army Rhode Island Artillery ,10th (1861-1865) United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories
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a daughter appeared onthe scene, fresh from school, and a true gray, and no mistake.She loudly declared that they would never give it up. No, never !The choice being now given them to surrender the gun, or takeup a family march back to camp, to the tune of we wont gohome till morning, they concluded to produce it. And lo, whata disappointment ! Instead of a mighty forty-two pounder, orStonewall Jackson, we beheld a small field howitzer, about twofeet long, such as is used in the field by infantry. It was rifled,and carried a ball, weighing a pound, about a mile. Rut suchas it was, it was mounted on its carriage and trailed back to campby Company B, who thus earned the honor of capturing the onlyrebel cannon taken by the Tenth Regiment Rhode Island Vol-unteers. It was receipted for by Captain Dyer, and in due timesafely arrived in Providence. After many years, through thecourtesy of his son, Adjt.-Gen. Elisha Dyer, it has been placed inthe museum of the Rhode Island Historical Society.

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Contraband Goods. l82 THE TENTH REGIMENT Resuming the narrative from Company D,we read that : A little dancing contra-band, one of the innocent causes of the war,is now in front of the Athenaeum tent,blacking Elisha Mowrys boots. At seventhis evening, we form in line for inspection,with equipments, which must be in shiningorder. Every boot, button, belt, bayonet,and musket, must be polished as bright asrubbing can make them. At inspection everyman appears in line, with his musket and equipments, full knap-sack, canteen, haversack, cartridge-box, etc., all of which areduly inspected. The blankets being strapped upon the knapsacks,the tents are supposed to be empty, and, of course, their condi-tion, as to cleanliness can be ascertained at a glance. One of our first efforts, wrote Captain Dyer, as quickly asopportunity and leave of absence from camp would allow, was ageneral reconnoissance of our surroundings, to provide against theliability of being surprised, outflanked, or attacked in

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Authors: Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 Kobbé, Gustav, 1857-1918
Subjects: Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 Wesendonck, Mathilde, 1828-1902 Composers
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Maximil-ians, who was then Governor of the Austro-Italian provinces, and later became Emperorof Mexico. Wagner was a lonely exile; Max-imilian apparently the favourite of fortune.Yet compare their ultimate fates—the bril-liant career which the future had in store forWagner with the tragic death of Maximilianin Mexico! Often while in Venice Wagner felt the pinchof poverty. Once he even was obliged topawn the only three valuables he possessed—a silver snuff-box, which had been presentedto him by the Grand Duke of Weimar; abonbonniere, the gift of the Princess Sayn-Wittgenstein, and his watch. On December31, 1858, his means had dwindled to aboutsix dollars, yet, when on that evening a letterarrived from Liszt in which that composerspoke with enthusiasm of the first Tristan proofs recently received by him, Wagnerhurried to the telegraph office and expendeda considerable part of what little money hehad left on a long telegram of thanks andgood wishes for the new year to his friend. 86

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Richard Wagner From a photograph especially taken forMathilde Wesendonk A LONELY EXILE IN VENICE The journals which Wagner kept in Venicemirror his life, his thoughts—secrets of hissoul that move us profoundly as we con-template this great genius, alone, forsaken,going his solitary way, stealing like a shadowamid relics of former greatness, gliding likea spirit over the melancholy lagoons. Hereare memories; protests— you are resigned,calm—heartbreaking realisations of thepresent; cries of revolt against a conventionalworld, where only the most commonplaceseems bent on enjoying existence; plaintivenotes of resignation; resolves to resume workon Tristan ; philosophical reflections; pre-monitions that he and his Isolde shall meetagain, like spirits once more driftingtoward the spot where they have suffered ;but always—always—the communings of astricken soul with the one being who can bringconsolation. THE BLISS OF BEING LOYED BY YOU * Venice, September 3, 1858.Yesterday I wrote

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