Being a Weekly Collection of Articles Printed in the Pall Mall Gazette from Day to Day, with a Summary of News ... Annual ” are well - known career of a schoolmaster , he has since turned to account his knowledge of holiday books .
Release on 1894 | by McClurg, Firm, Booksellers, Chicago
The book is beautifully and very accurately printed . It is admirably furnished with illustrations . These set before our eyes a most fascinating gallery of sky - piercing summits . " - Pall Mall Gazette .
The Pall Mall Gazette's support for such an approach does not mean that the tastes of its audience were necessarily ... An 1886 Pall Mall Gazette feature that tabulated readers' recommendations for holiday books included a progressive ...
Author: Joshua Nall
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Mass media in the late nineteenth century was full of news from Mars. In the wake of Giovanni Schiaparelli’s 1877 discovery of enigmatic dark, straight lines on the red planet, astronomers and the public at large vigorously debated the possibility that it might be inhabited. As rivalling scientific practitioners looked to marshal allies and sway public opinion—through newspapers, periodicals, popular books, exhibitions, and encyclopaedias—they exposed disagreements over how the discipline of astronomy should be organized and how it should establish acceptable conventions of discourse. News from Mars provides a new account of this extraordinary episode in the history of astronomy, revealing how major transformations in astronomical practice across Britain and America were inextricably tied up with popular scientific culture and a transatlantic news economy that enabled knowledge to travel. As Joshua Nall argues, astronomers were journalists, too, eliding practice with communication in consequential ways. As writers and editors, they played a pivotal role in the emergence of a “new astronomy” dedicated to the study of the physical constitution and life history of celestial objects, blurring harsh distinctions between those who produced esoteric knowledge and those who disseminated it.
The uninitiated would tractive holiday books . The same firm has in be surprised to learn of the vast amount of press “ The Country School , " a study of New business that has been done and the imporEngland school - boy life , written ...
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HOLIDAYS IN EASTERN FRANCE ; Sketches of Travel in CHAMPAGNE , FRANCHE - COMTE , the JURA , the VALLEY of the Doubs , & c . ... Colonel Bridges ' book has the merit of being lively and readable . ... Pall Mall Gazette .
Engraved and printed under the direction of Grand Holiday Catalogue , “ Two books which we can cordially recomGeorge T. Andrew . ... J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO . , Publishers , GEORGE H. BUCHANAN & CO . , Philadelphia , The Pall Mall Gazette ...
Pall Mall omits 'red'; cf. Nesbit's 1902 adult novel The Red House, in which the Bastables make an appearance. 6. ... Pall Mall has 'the most agreeable meals every day, and heaps of pocketmoney.' 8. ... Pall Mall uses 'holidays.
Author: E Nesbit
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
It is a thoughtful book , and one that is prolific of thought . ” — Pall Mall Gasette . " It is an attempt to show , by a series of well - selected examples , how all nature , viewed in the light shed upon it by the last - lit lamps of ...
B. LIPPINCOTT CO : S SPECIAL HOLIDAY BOOKS COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED BULLETIN FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION SALONS COLONIAL AND REPUBLICAN With numerous reproductions of portraits and miniatures of men and women prominent in colonial life and ...
William Blackwood and Sons , 45 , George Street , Edinburgh ; and 22 , Pall Mall , London . Holiday Books . FEĽIX SUMMERLY'S Recreation Hand - Books for the National Gallery ; Westminster Abbey ; Free Picture Galleries ; Canterbury ...
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