Digest of the American Decisions

Letters . Scientific tables , 59 , 186 . Scientific works . 59 , 185 . See ante , v , 2 , 4 . Tables of logarithms . 59 , 185 , 1. Letter by plaintiff to his agent is not admissible in evidence to show any VI .

Digest of the American Decisions


The Letters of Margaret Fuller

Fuller, Julia, III: 225 Fuller, Lloyd, I: 168, 193, 194n, 240, 251, 301, 317, 319, 326,349; II: 38, 39n, 48, 73, 144, ... 198–99, 217, 259; V:40, 185, 186; VI: 8, 59, 61n, loff —letters to, I: 334–35; unrecovered, VI: 390, 393 Fuller, ...

The Letters of Margaret Fuller

This single-volume selection of the letters of Margaret Fuller invites acquaintance with a great American thinker of the Transcendentalist circle.

Charles Kingsley

135 Rolleston , Professor , letters to and from , vol . ii . 143 , 470 Romanists , vol . ii . 59 Roman Catholic Church , Dr. Newman's definition of , vol . ii . 192 Rome , conversions to , vol . i ... 185 Political economy , vol . ii .

Charles Kingsley


Insect Life

R. Ragsdale , G. H. , letter , II , 189 . ... Rice , Mrs. M. E. , article , V , 243 ; letters , 202 , 256 , 257 . ... 87 , 94 , 101 , 107 , 121 , 126 , 168 , 243 , 263 , 300 , 338 , 367 ; II , 59 , 91 , 104 , 127 , 211 , 225 , 244 , 248 ...

Insect Life

Devoted to the economy and life-habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture.

His Letters and Memories of his Life0

154 ; ii . 265 , 293 Parker , John , vol . ii . 104 Progression , vol . i . 141 , 2 Parson Lot , vol . i . 159 , 160 Pulliblank , Rev. J. , letter ... 4 Paul , C. K. , letter from , vol . i . ... 185 Rome , conversions to , vol . i .

His Letters and Memories of his Life0


Charles Kingsley His Letters and Memories of His Life

397 Pengelly , letters to , vol . ii . 169 , 255 , 318 Puritans , vol ... vol . ii . 143 , 470 393 , 419 , 444 Romanists , vol . ii . 59 Poetic nature , vol . i . 304-5 Roman Catholic Church ... 185 Rome , conversions to , vol . i .

Charles Kingsley  His Letters and Memories of His Life


Constantinople to Chalcedon

Basil's Letters Vol II. 59-185, tr. Roy J. Deferrari (Loeb Classical Library: Harvard University Press, 1928). Bonner, Gerald, Freedom and Necessity: St Augustine's Teaching on Divine Power and Human Freedom (The Catholic University ...

Constantinople to Chalcedon

An exploration of the theological turmoil of the fifth-century church, and the impact it had on the future of Western Europe.

Charles Kingsley

III , 124-6 , 153 Professorships , vol . i . 154 ; ii . 265 , 293 Parker , John , vol . ii . 104 Progression , vol . i . 141 , 2 Parson Lot , vol . i . 159 , 160 Pulliblank , Rev. J. , letter , vol . ii . 266 Parties in the Church , vol ...

Charles Kingsley


The Letters of Dorothy L Sayers Vol II

... 133, 427 Channing–Pearce, M. 59-60 Charles, Guy 84, 85 Chase, Stuart 403-404 Chekhov, Anton Io-12 Chesterton, ... (address) 149, 157-158, 165, 170, 171, 185, 186, 199 Creed or Chaos?(book)71n., 125m., 149n., 161n., 36In Crofts, ...

The Letters of Dorothy L  Sayers Vol II

This second volume of Dorothy L. Sayers covers the seven years in which the greatest detective novelist of the golden age--and the creator of Lord Peter Wimsey--turns away from mystery writing to become a playwright and, in turn, a controversial figure. Accused on the one hand of blasphemy, acclaimed on the other as one of the most influential lay theologians of her time, she found herself drawn into a vast network of correspondence, dealing with a wide range of social concerns. These, after all, are the years of World War II, of air-raids, threats of invasion, rationing, lack of domestic help, congested travel, and blackouts. But there was no blackout in the creativity of Dorothy L. Sayers; in fact, this is the peak period f her creative endeavors: seventeen plays, several books, innumerable articles and talks--and hundreds of letters. The letters reveal the context of her published words and send the reader back to them with new understanding. But the issues they raise are not merely those of her time; many are startlingly topical, even today. The letters take us behind the scenes of her thinking, activity, and personal life. Here is an unknown Dorothy L. Sayers, whose influence on her contemporaries and beyond has yet to be measured. But at the same time, here is the Sayers whom we have always known and loved: witty, engaging, creative, passionate, committed. Barbara Reynolds, Dorothy L. Sayers's acclaimed biographer, has selected and annotated these letters from the hundreds that Sayers wrote during one of the most fascinating times of her life.

Froebel s Letters on the Kindergarten

Mother - and - Child life , 20 . Mullhausen , 185 . Müller , Mme . , of Homburg , 177 ; letter to , 231 . Müller , Herr , of Gera , 59 , 60 . Munich , 191 . Mutter- und Kose - Lieder , 110 , 122–3 , 129 , 176 , 220 , 250 , 311 .

Froebel s Letters on the Kindergarten


Letters of Helena Roerich 1935 1939

VINCI, Leonardo, 189 DAWN, 84, 464 DEAD LETTER, 132, 179, 245 DEATH, CROSSING, DYING, THE DEPARTED, 79, 106, 114, ... 490–1; age of, 267; stopping, 381: mental, 456 - DEFINITIONS, 169, 248, 385 DEGREE, 10–1, 59, 279; hierarchic, 83; ...

Letters of Helena Roerich  1935   1939

A Facsimile Edition Reprint of the Original Book Published in the United States of America by Agni Yoga Society in 1967.

The Dispatches And Letters

161 , 182 , 185 * n . Pref . v . 128 iv . 282. vii . Add . XIV . LXXIV , Lxxx . Letters to , v . ... Leard , Mr. ( Vice Consul at Ragusa , ) v . ii . ... 143 49 , 51 , 52 , 56 , 59 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64 , Le Turneur , M. ii .

The Dispatches And Letters


Bibliotheca Basiliana Universalis

... Index capitum libri De Spiritu Sancto ; ii . 97-681 : Epp . 1–365 ; for complete details , see Single Letters ; pp . ... II . ... 1928 ; xi.480 pp ; 1 map ( colour ) . Vol . ii : Letters 59-185 : see Single Letters for details .

Bibliotheca Basiliana Universalis


The dispatches and letters of vice admiral Nelson with notes by sir N H Nicolas

346 * n , 354 , 419n . ii . 161 , 182 , 185 * n . Pref . v . 128 iv . 282. vii . Add . XIV . LXXIV . LXXX . Letters to , v . 7 , 171 , 225 , 457 Letters to , i . 336 , 379. i . 481 Lead , Mr. ii . 33 Lipthain , Gen. vii . Add . L. LVI .

The dispatches and letters of vice admiral     Nelson  with notes by sir N H  Nicolas


Letters

V. ii . 402 . Thornix , Captain , ii . 355 , 361 . Thou , J. A. de , notice of his story about Ralegh's Sister ... Thynne , Henry , letter of Ralegh in favour of , ii . ... 59 ; letter respecting him , from Ralegh to Burghley , ii .

Letters


Republics Ancient and Modern Volume II

Consider WoLB II 352–71: A Letter on the Spirit of Patriotism (1749) in light of II.v.10, above. ... 59. For one, vitally important part of the story, see Richard Sher, Church and University in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Moderate ...

Republics Ancient and Modern  Volume II

This is a work vast in scale, soaring in its scholarly ambition, and magnificent . . . in its achievement. The author's command of the primary sources is staggering in breadth and depth, deftly orchestrated and rich with insight. . . . Deploying an avalanche of evidence. . . Rahe shows how alien the modern project, in all its diverse versions, was to the classics as well as the Bible.--Thomas L. Pangle, Political Theory

The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh Letters

V. ii . 402 . Thornix , Captain , ii . 355 , 361 . Thou , J. A. de , notice of his story about Ralegh's Sister ... Thynne , Henry , letter of Ralegh in favour of , ii . ... 59 ; letter respecting him , from Ralegh to Burghley , ii .

The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh  Letters


Ars ma and His World the Bodleian Letters in Context

Volume II: Bullae and Seals Christopher J. Tuplin, John Ma ... 13 , 7 , 41 , 200 source on administration and social fabric 177 , 192 tongue - shaped documents letter - order 56 , 62 , 141 , 148 memorandum ... 6 , 185 , 213 , 216 n .

Ars  ma and His World  the Bodleian Letters in Context

During the Second World War the Bodleian Library in Oxford acquired a set of Aramaic letters, eight sealings, and the two leather bags in which the sealed letters were once stored. The letters concern the affairs of Arsāma, satrap of Egypt in the later fifth century. Taken with other material associated with him (mostly in Aramaic, Demotic Egyptian, and Akkadian), they illuminate the Achaemenid world of which Arsāama was a privileged member and evoke a wide range of social, economic, cultural, organizational, and political perspectives, from multi-lingual communication, storage and disbursement of resources, and satrapal remuneration, to cross-regional ethnic movement, long-distance travel, religious practice, and iconographic projection of ideological messages. Particular highlights include a travel authorization (the only example of something implicit in numerous Persepolis documents), texts about the religious life of the Judaean garrison at Elephantine, Arsāma's magnificent seal (a masterpiece of Achaemenid glyptic, inherited from a son of Darius I), and echoes of temporary disturbances to Persian management of Egypt. But what is also impressive is the underlying sense of systematic coherence founded on and expressed in the use of formal, even formalized, written communication as a means of control. The Arsāma dossier is not alone in evoking that sense, but its size, variety, and focus upon a single individual give it a unique quality. Though this material has not been hidden from view, it has been insufficiently explored: it is the purpose of the three volumes of Arsāma and his World: The Bodleian Letters in Context to provide the fullest presentation and historical contextualization of this extraordinary cache yet attempted. Volume I presents and translates the letters alongside a detailed line-by-line commentary, while Volume II reconstructs the two seals that made the clay bullae that sealed the letters, with special attention to Arsāma's magnificent heirloom seal. Volume III comprises a series of thematic essays which further explore the administrative, economic, military, ideological, religious, and artistic environment to which Arsāma and the letters belonged.