Uncle Samuels Whistle and what it Costs

1864 - 45페이지
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11 페이지 - Pennsylvania, the Middle States, and those that extend westward along the lakes. The remainder I leave to you. Accept these terms, and I lift you at once from the slough of obscurity to the heights of fame. Reject them, and I leave you to chance. 'There is a tide in tho affairs of men, Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune.
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8 페이지 - and "Isherwood's Engineering Precedents;" and mingled with these, divers volumes of poetry and Belles Lettres, showing that their owner, however devoted to science, is yet addicted to occasional indulgence in "Shakspeare and the musical glasses.
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