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London , and Winchester , Flowers and their teachings . By the Author of “ Sunshine and Shadows in Kattern's Life . ” printed , 1851. 12o . 7055. b . Religious Tract Society : London , ( 1874. ) 16o . 7054. aa . Night Scented Flowers ...
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1872 Lore : the Teachings of Flowers , Historical , Legendary , Poetical ... 1877 their Teachings , by the Au . of Sunshine and Shadow , ' sq . 16mo , 2s Rel . ... 1874 Floyd ( Wm . ) Observations on Dog - Breaking , new edit .
Author: Sampson Low
Category: English literature
Vols. for 1898-1968 include a directory of publishers.
1872 Lore : the Teachings of Flowers , Historical , Legendary , Poetical , 8vo , 10s Bell & S. . ... 1877 their Teachings , by the Au . of Sunshine and Shadow , sq . ... 1874 Floyer ( E. L. ) Poems , 12mo , 2s 6d Griffith .
3 ) ; La caduta Kerner , A. F. and their Unbidden Guests . della repubblica fiorentina ( In v . 9 ) 1858-66 H 2176 . ... 1878 F 976 Flower Lore : the Teachings of Flowers , Historical , Fausböll , V. Buddhist Birth Stories .
To be sure, the value of laboratory teaching had long been recognized, ... “botanists had always been in the habit of distributing flowers to their students ...
Author: Gerald L. Geison
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Despite great ferment and activity among historians of science in recent years, the history of physiology after 1850 has received little attention. Gerald Geison makes an important contribution to our knowledge of this neglected area by investigating the achievements of English physiologists at the Cambridge School from 1870 to 1900. He describes individual scientists, their research, the scientific issues affecting their work, and socio-institutional influences on the group. He pays special attention to the personality and contributions of Michael Foster, founding father of the Cambridge School. Foster's specific research interest was the origin of the rhythmic heartbeat, and the author contends that the school itself descended from and developed around this concern. Originally published in 1978. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
The Circle and Straight Line , Montreal , 1874 , " No more interesting compilation of the kind has been 8vo . 4. ... The Pulpit of Cornwall : its Harris , John , F.R.H.S. , 1820-1884 , b . near Cam- Preachers and their Teachings .
The Circle and Straight Line , Montreal , 1874 , No more interesting compilation of ... The Pulpit of Cornwall : its Harris , John , F.R.H.S. , 1820-1884 , b . near Cam- Preachers and their Teachings . By Ishmael .
14 Pierre's description of his mother's quashed goals is poignant: ... to her gender.18 A flower painting, Marguerites, appeared at the Salon of 1874.
Author: Laurence Madeline
Publisher: Yale University Press
Paris was the epicenter of art during the latter half of the nineteenth century, luring artists from around the world with its academies, museums, salons, and galleries. Despite the city's cosmopolitanism and its cultural stature, Parisian society remained strikingly conservative, particularly with respect to gender. Nonetheless, many women painters chose to work and study in Paris at this time, overcoming immense obstacles to access the city's resources. 'Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900' showcases the remarkable artistic production of women during this period of great cultural change, revealing the breadth and strength of their creative achievements. Guest Curator Laurence Madeline (Chief Curator at Musées d'art et d'histoire, Geneva) has selected close to seventy compelling paintings by women of varied nationalities, ranging from well-known artists such as Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, and Rosa Bonheur, to lesser-known figures such as Kitty Kielland, Louise Breslau, and Anna Ancher.
Lindsay was born at Creswick, Victoria, in 1874. ... He gave lessons in drawing and painting from a studio in Pitt Street and sold his watercolours to ...
Author: John Walter Wrigley
Publisher: National Library Australia
Category: Botanical illustration
Whether small shrub-like mallees or forest giants, eucalypts are a defining feature of the Australian landscape-the essence of 'the bush'. Their striking forms and beautiful foliage and flowers have inspired a host of talented artists since first seen by the early European explorers. Eucalypt Flowers features more than 100 stunning images, drawn from the collections of the National Library of Australia. It presents some two and a half centuries of the best in eucalypt botanical illustration by 45 well-known and lesser-known artists and engravers.
Queen MaÅyaÅ, who had peacefully fallen asleep on her bed of flowers, sees the entire proceedings in a dream.* During her dream experience she is permeated ...
Author: Hermann Beckh
Publisher: Temple Lodge Publishing
‘The book before us here is not some kind of dusty text or just another undergraduate-level introduction to Buddhism. It is nothing less than the still, clear, luminous centre of a hurricane...’ – Neil Franklin (from the Foreword) Although this classic text is more than one hundred years’ old, its accurate scholarship, detailed research and lucid presentation make it no less relevant today than when it was first published. In 1916, Hermann Beckh was one of a handful of leading European authorities on Buddhist texts, reading Tibetan, Sanskrit and Pali fluently. At the same time, he was a member of the Anthroposophical Society and its Esoteric Section. In consequence, Beckh’s seminal study on Buddhism has an entirely unique quality. It invites the reader to engage freely with the Buddhist Path, although in many ways re-expressed and renewed by Rudolf Steiner, whilst discovering its universal validity through the original texts. For the most part, Beckh allows these texts to speak for themselves, as eloquently now as ever. In the first section, Beckh presents Gautama Buddha’s life from legend and history. The second part of the book details the ‘general viewpoints’ of Buddhist teaching and the individual stages of the Buddhist Path, including meditation to ever higher levels. Both sections are expertly collated out of a wide knowledge of the primary sources. To this academic understanding, Beckh sheds new light on the subject from his own research, based on highly-trained meditation guided by Rudolf Steiner (with whom he carried out a long-lasting correspondence that has only recently been uncovered). Dr Katrin Binder has rendered the complete German text in a natural English idiom with great accuracy and professional insight, thereby making this timeless book available to English readers for the first time in a lucid translation. New notes and an updated bibliography are also featured.
The nuns maintained their enclosed way of prayer despite the noise . ... abolished ( 1874 ) as was religious teaching in elementary schools ( there could be ...
Author: Owen Chadwick
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Owen Chadwick analyzes the causes and consequences of the end of the historic Papal State, exploring pressures on old Rome from Italy and across Europe, which caused popes to resist the world rather than to try to influence it.
... See also Tractarian Sisters and Their Teaching (London: William Hunt 8: Co., 1868), ... Eflbrts of Their Protestant Sisters (London: lsbister, 1874), p.
Author: Susan Mumm
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
A study of the social history and cultural significance of the sisterhoods that sprang up in Victorian Britain, examining the lives of women who pushed the boundaries of what women could do within the Anglican Church and paved the way for modern social workers. So successful were they in organizing and recruiting that they threatened to undermine the ideal of domestic life for women.