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Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners
Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners
Anonymous
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L'Illustration, No. 3258, 5 Ao?t, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3258, 5 Ao?t, 1905
Various
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Je le regarde descendre de voiture, souriant, serrer des mains, distribuer de bonnes paroles auxquelles répondent d'autres sourires. Et je pense à la chose exquise, ineffablement douce, que doit être un mois de repos à la campagne, quand on a été pendant onze mois ?monsieur Loubet?!
L'Illustration, No. 3262, 2 Septembre, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3262, 2 Septembre, 1905
Various
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Une amie m'écrit: ?Vous vous plaignez d'avoir retrouvé Paris sur les plages du Sud-Ouest? Alors, remontez au nord et suivez la c?te bretonne. Il y a bien là encore, pour la femme sauvage que vous êtes, quelques coins à éviter et, si les élégances de Biarritz vous ont fait peur, je doute que celles de Dinard vous séduisent. A Dinard aussi, vous trouverez une nature terriblement pomponnée, ratissée, truquée; trop de magasins à l'instar de Paris; tout l'implacable attirail des grandes villégiatures mondaines... Mais n'allez pas jusque-là. Simplement promenez-vous, en de?à de Saint-Enogat, le long de ce délicieux morceau de littoral qui va du cap Fréhel à Saint-Lunaire. Là vraiment vous savourerez la volupté d'ignorer Paris pendant quelques jours, ce qui vous sera une bonne fa?on de vous préparer à le mieux raimer le mois prochain.?
A History of Mathematics
A History of Mathematics
Florian Cajori
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Tappet and Dobby Looms Their Mechanism and Management
Tappet and Dobby Looms Their Mechanism and Management
Roberts, Thomas
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TAPPET AND DOBBY LOOMS: THEIR MECHANISM AND MANAGEMENT. PREFACE: THE object of this work is to help those who are engaged in the weaving industry to obtain a fuller knowledge of the mechanism and management of the loom. At the same time it is hoped that the book will suppIy a much needed addition to the scanty literature at present available on this particular branch of the manufacturing processes. A special feature of, the subject matter is the references to defects produced in fabrics during weaving, these being drawn from observations made by the author during his many years practical experience of the subject. The illustrations employed to elucidate the construction of the various motions are chiefly line drawings drawn to scale-from well-known types of looms.
The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System
The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System
Darwin, George Howard, Sir
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IN 1897 I delivered a course of lectures on the Tides at the Lowell Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, and this book contains the substance of what I then said. The personal form of address appropriate to a lecture is, I think, apt to be rather tiresome in a book, and I have therefore taken pains to eliminate all traces of the lecture from what I have written.
The Art of Making Whiskey
The Art of Making Whiskey
Boucherie, Anthony
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Chance and Luck
Chance and Luck
Richard Proctor
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Publications of the Astronomical Society
Publications of the Astronomical Society
Astronomical Society of the Pacific
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Simple Italian Cookery
Simple Italian Cookery
McGinnis, Mabel Earl
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Food for the Traveler: What to Eat and Why
Food for the Traveler: What to Eat and Why
Roper, Dora C. C. L.
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Hints on the Use and Handling of Firearms Generally, and the Revolver in Particu
Hints on the Use and Handling of Firearms Generally, and the Revolver in Particu
Curling, Lieut. H. Onslow
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The National Ri?e Association, although they offered some 401. In prizes, and provided not only revolvers but ammunition, for a small consideration, or entrance fee, met with but poor support; but it should be borne in mind that this was the first year of such a competition, and it was in consequence not generally known of. Very little was known of the movement till it actually took place, and then only when noticed by the press the day after its introduction.
Philosophy and Fun of Algebra
Philosophy and Fun of Algebra
Mary Everest Boole
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History of Modern Mathematics
History of Modern Mathematics
David Eugene Smith
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The volume called Higher Mathematics, the first edition of which was published in 1896, contained eleven chapters by eleven authors, each chapter being independent of the others, but all supposing the reader to have at least a mathematical training equivalent to that given in classical and engineering colleges. The publication of that volume is now discontinued and the chapters are issued in separate form. In these reissues it will generally be found that the monographs are enlarged by additional articles or appendices which either amplify the former presentation or record recent advances. This plan of publication has been arranged in order to meet the demand of teachers and the convenience of classes, but it is also thought that it may prove advantageous to readers in special lines of mathematical literature.
On Multiple Algebra
On Multiple Algebra
Josiah Willard Gibbs
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Mathematical Essays and Recreations
Mathematical Essays and Recreations
Hermann Schubert
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"The work entitled Mathematical Essays and Recreations by Prof. Hermann Schubert, contains some important views on the functions of arithmetic, showing that it is a system of logical forms which have consistency and coherency amongst themselves. The article on Magic Squares is on the borderland of science and literature. The theme is a curious one, and Prof. Hermann has treated it exhaustively. The discussion of "The Fourth Dimension" and of "The Squaring of the Circle" will also be found most interesting. The book has been translated from the German by T. J. McCormack. "
Four Lectures on Mathematics. Delivered at Columbia University in 1911
Four Lectures on Mathematics. Delivered at Columbia University in 1911
Jacques Hadamard
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A New Astronomy
A New Astronomy
Todd, David P. 
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They are not all at the same level. Earlier stages of cosmic life are characterized by intense heat; but as development of the moon progressed, original heat gradually radiated into space, leaving her surface finished. Evidently she has gone through experi ences some of which the earth may already have known, and through others still in our remote future. Matterhorn. the moon in 1647. Being so much smaller than the earth, as well as less in mass, our satellite cooled much faster than the parent planet. A few surface features are to be explained as due to the consequent shrinkage. Maps and Photographs of the Moon.--All the lunar mountains, plains, and craters are mapped and named; and astronomers are quite as familiar with 'Copernicus' and 'Eratosthenes' (a great crater, and a mountain nearly 16,000 feet high) as geographers are with Vesuvius and the Hevelius of Danzig made the first map...
L'Illustration, No. 3230, 21 Janvier, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3230, 21 Janvier, 1905
Various
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Fin de mois mélancolique... Les brasseries du quartier sont moins peuplées à l'heure de l'apéritif et se vident, le soir, un peu plus t?t qu'à l'ordinaire. On y fait aussi moins de bruit; on y rit moins fort et c'est, depuis trois semaines, comme un affaissement, un ralentissement de vie qui étonne. Un pensionnaire de mon h?tel, vieux gar?on et ma?tre de conférences à l'?cole des chartes, m'explique:
L'Illustration, No. 3232, 4 Février, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3232, 4 Février, 1905
Various
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Lundi, trois heures. A l'Académie des sciences. De chaque c?té du tableau noir, au long d'un grand mur nu, s'alignent deux banquettes où, serrés les uns contre les autres, de vieux messieurs somnolents, de jeunes hommes à mine grave, la serviette posée sur les genoux, écoutent, prennent des notes ou b?illent; c'est le public. Je me suis glissée au milieu d'eux. A la tribune où siège le ?bureau?, trois hommes chauves remuent des paperasses ou bavardent à demi-voix. Et, devant les pupitres bas disposés autour de cette chaire, une cinquantaine de personnages sont assis, dialoguant tout bas d'un fauteuil à l'autre ou muets;--mais visiblement indifférents au bruit de la parole qu'on entend couler, tomber, monotone, dans le silence de l'assemblée, comme un ruisselet de source dans une pièce d'eau.
L'Illustration, No. 3243, 22 Avril, 1905
L'Illustration, No. 3243, 22 Avril, 1905
Various
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Je n'ai pas osé aborder encore l'exhibition de la ?Nationale?, au Grand Palais; après tant d'expositions de tableaux de toutes écoles et de tous formats dont ces six mois d'hiver furent remplis, j'éprouve, à la veille de ce dernier effort, un besoin de repos; je voudrais essayer d'oublier tout ce que j'ai vu et ne point m'aventurer au milieu de ces deux mille toiles avec des yeux trop fatigués... Et je suis allée, en attendant, fl?ner devant les quinze ou vingt cadres d'un Salon bien modeste et qui n'est ouvert que pour quelques jours: c'est une exposition où des architectes ont réuni les esquisses d'un Palais-Royal transformé.
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