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Identifier: industriesoftoda00lane
Title: Industries of to-day
12 Months: 1904 (1900s)
Writers: Lane, Martha Luther, b. 1862
Subjects: Manufactures Occupations
Publisher: Boston, Ginn & organization
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
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eteran picker is shownin the accompanying illustration. [48] A Crop of Cranberries Cranberries are not selected like strawberries,daintily and something by one. Experienced workersplunge your hands under the vines, palms upwardand hands curved, and literally scoop up the fruitby handfuls. A rake, makes it possible for the vines topass through its teeth and maintains the berries, isalso made use of, but is far lesssatisfactory than handlabor. Whenever a measure is filledand emptied the book-keeper standing near givesthe picker credit in hisaccount, though tally issometimes kept by meansof passes, all of whichrepresents a measure and a Veteran can be exchanged within store for tea, sugar,or various other commodities. The most common cost paid isten cents a measure, in addition to laborers, like thosein other occupations, are occasionally discontented. A couple of years ago a strike for higher wagesoccurred on a large marsh where there werefive hundred pickers. Fifty of those, preferringa half-loaf to no breads, held meekly on with their [49]

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Industries of To-Day just work at the old price, and, unfortunate to link, themalcontents, perched easily regarding the dikesas a vantage ground, pelted these with a showerof sticks and rocks. Harmony was finallyrestored and* the strikers returned to get results,but, together old lady among them declared, theylooked thereafter upon the fifty employees as poor-spirited creatures. Definitely, because they work because of the job, there isno potential for cheating, said a visitor to a shrewdproprietor. He looked skeptical. We inform you, he stated, cranberry pickets basically like all the remainder of theworld. Some wouldnt just take a berry to save theirlives, as well as others lie awake nights to imagine howto fill-up their measures. Some will slyly just take a measure and dentin the base, and others have a way of givingthe actions a-shake to be able to toss the berriesup and make five quarts look like six. Humannature is great human on a cranberry bog! Berry selecting has its own champion workers, someof who average over 200 quarts aday, and there

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Title: Fables
12 Months: 1757 (1750s)
Writers: Gay, John, 1685-1732
Topics: Fables
Publisher: London C. Hitch
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lit to his part l>c fitted. Tile Swan, fays he, in hands ihall (LineThe foldicrs marvelous toil be thine.The CiKk lliall mighty wealth attain : get, feek it from the llormy primary. The court ihall function as the Spiders fphertj Pgwr, fortune, ihall reward him there. In -516 PyJ B L E S. In mufics art the Afss fameShall emulate Corellis name. Each took the part that he advisd.And all had been similarly defpisd.A Farmer, at his folly movd.The lifeless preceptor therefore reprovd. Blockhead, fays he, by what youve done.One would have thought em each your fon;For parents, with their offspring blind,Confult nor parts nor change of brain -,But evn in infancy decreeWhat this, exactly what tother fon fliall be.Had judgment weighd the cafe.Their genius therefore had fixd their particular place:The Swan had learnt the failors art;The Cock had playd the foldiers component; The T A-B L E !^. 317 The Spitlcr when you look at the weavers tradeNnil credit had a king’s ransom made ;But tor the luol in evVy clafsThe blockhead had appeard an Afi. ^m>^^ FABLE 38 FABLES.

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{xra^eirtvn FABLE XV. ^he CooK-MAiDj the Turnspit, together with Ox. To a Poor guy.^^Onfider man in evry fphere; Then tell me, is your great deal Icvere ?Tis murmur, difcontent, diftruft,which makes you wretched. Jesus is juft. We grant F yi n r. K .V. we give that appetite miift l)c fcJ,That toil t(X3 earns thy everyday loaves of bread.What after that – thy desires tend to be feen and knownBut evr) mortal feels his own.Were lx)rn a reftlefs needy staff:Show mc the happier guy than you.Adam, thoiii^h blcli above his type,For choose of focial woman pind :Eves wants the fubtle ferpent law;I ler fickle tafte tranfgrcfi.d what the law states:Thu^ Icll our fires; and their particular difgra<.cThe curfc entaild on people. hen Philips fon, by glor) led,Had oer the world their empire fpread;whenever altars to their name were drcli,That he was man his tears confcft. Tlic hopes of avarice tend to be chcckt;The proud guy constantly wants rcf^xrct. Mut 320 FA B L E S. Wliat numerous wishes on powr attend ? Aspiration never ever gains its end. Whom hath not heard the wealthy complain Of fu

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Image from web page 147 of “the road railroad analysis” (1891)
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Title: The street railroad review
12 Months: 1891 (1890s)
Writers: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Topics: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Assessment Pub. Co
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e, consequently, of die merit and demerit record, as thiscompany keeps it, is always to separate among the list of great males instead thanamong poor people ones, since this is shown by their particular individual recordson which look credit balances of merits. 128 STREET RAILWAY EVALUATION. [Vol. XV, No. 2. Miller Anchors. The accompanying illustration is of the Miller anchor forrailway wrecking functions, and auger for establishing them.These anchors could be emerge from 30 to 40 mins, eight feet deep,and will stand a-strain of 40 to 50 tons. The anchors tend to be madein three sizes. 10×25 in., with i4-n. pole, 9 ft. long; 10×30 in., eluding a number of controlled by the British Electrical Traction Co., Ltd.,and have actually provided really satisfactory outcomes. The sales company of this United states Ventilating Co. reaches 15 CortUlndtSt., new york, plus the officials regarding the organization tend to be: Presi-dent, Anderson Fowler; assistant, Richard B. Kelly, who is vice-president regarding the Fifth National Bank; treasurer and basic man-ager, H. M. Shaw.

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MILLER ANCHOR AND AUGER. with iH-m. pole, 9 ft. lengthy; 10×30 in., with ili-in. pole, 9 ft. long.The anchors are constructed of cast-iron together with rods of wrought iron.The anger features a 9-ft. stem, one-inch in diameter, with an adjustablehandle, once the fury decreases the handle can he moved up thestem. The Miller Anchor Co., Norwalk, O., wliich manufactures thesewrecking anchors, in addition manufactures a line of smaller anchors foranchoring guy cables to phone and trolley poles, with acombination auger with two dull heads when it comes to various sizeanchors. The Miller stone anchor can be something of the companyand can be utilized in just about any sort of rock. These are typically ij4 •■ i diameterand 3^ ft. long, with a J^-in. pole, and can remain a-strain of 15,000lb. The Miller items have actually satisfied with significant amounts of success andare used extensively through the nation by these types of problems asthe Bell phone Co., the Appleyard Syndicate, the Detroit &Toledo Construction Co. in addition to united states of america phone Co

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Image from page 300 of “Nature neighbors, embracing birds, plants, animals, minerals, in natural colors by color photography, containing articles by Gerald Alan Abbott, Dr. Albert Schneider, William Kerr Higley…and other eminent naturalists. Ed. by Nath
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Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Banta, Nathaniel Moore, 1867- Schneider, Albert, 1863- Higley, William Kerr, 1860-1908 Abbott, Gerard Alan
Subjects: Natural history
Publisher: Chicago, American Audobon association
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he Muskrat, the largest and most valuable member ofthe great family of true rats, inhabits marshes, rivers, andlakes throughout the northern United States and Canada.Even has it come to dwell in isolated ponds in prairie coun-try, doubtless migrating during the wet season. It is pro-tected with a coat of fur which is valuable to the rat and atthe same time valuable to man; especially is this true ofthose varieties living in the North. The pelt is sold undervarious names, perhaps the most pretentious one beingHudson seal. A good fresh pelt brings the boy who securesit anywhere from thirty cents to a dollar, varying upon thecondition and color as well as upon the honesty of thefurrier who fixes the price. The length of a fair-sized animal is about two feet overall. The feet are comparativelj^ small for so large a swim-ming creature, but the flattened tail, which is held in thesame position as that of the fish and used in the same way,makes up whatever of motive power is lost through the

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A GROUP OF RODENTS 133 smallness of the feet. It makes its home sometimes inburrows in the banks and sometimes far out in the pond ormarsh, using for the purpose strong reeds or small sticksand mud. In every case the mouth of the burrow is belowwater and is entered by diving; thus it is protected verywell from the weasel, ferret, and mink. The food materialis sweet flag, lily bulbs, and roots, and fresh-water clams,and even fish. H. B. Shinn. CHAPTER VII NOTED CARNIVOROUS ANIMALS The carnivorous animals are so called because their dietconsists almost exclusively of flesh. It is not often the casethat the animal preyed upon stands quietly about awaitingcapture; the captor is compelled to exercise every meansat his disposal to get his dinner. The carnivora are, as arule, then, of active, alert, and even ferocious disposition,endowed with great strength, of great craft, and fitted invarious other ways to pursue the pre} wherever it may go.Thus they are able to chmb trees, to capture the

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Image from page 1093 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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e is a comprehensive humanability. It is not physical like weight liftingor high jumping; it is not sensory like hear-ing or seeing or smelling. Intelligence is theability to carry on thinking by the use ofsymbols; it demands a form of language suchas words or numbers. Intelligence is a read-iness to learn, to comprehend, and is differentfrom wisdom, which is acquired slowly andoften painfully over decades. Intelligencedoes not grow indefinitely; it tends to reacha peak in the early twenties, while all of uscan throughout a long life span add endlesslyto our knowledge and experience. Some children are so lacking in intelli-gence as to be designated feeble-minded.Slowly we are learning through a broaderknowledge of man, however, that there arefewer truly feeble-minded children than wepreviously thought. ,Some children havebeen classified as dumb—and then haveturned out to be defective of speech or hard DIAPERSDONTSOIL! when you use Chix COTTONED DIAPER LINERS DISPOSABLE • ABSORBENT

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CHICOPEE SALES CORP., NEW YORK 13, N. V^P.6a6ySrtf& nj from SP-l-M-5 ^fK BABEE-TENDA STURDY FOLDING SAFETY CHAIR) Tuck your young squirmer in thisJlow, tumbleproof chair for feeding oilplay. Patented safety features. Folds jfor easy carrying or storage. Converts |to many-use junior table. Grancbaby-gift. Doctor-approved. SEND FOR FREE FOLDER Nof sold in stores. See l Good Housekeeping / phone book for authorized agency or write today for helpful illustrated folder. THE BABEE-TENDA CORFDept. 5E, 750 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland 15, Ohi YIPPEE AY . . YIPPEE fat Afcca-K*tU& f*0Df0£?

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Title: North Carolina Christian advocate [serial]
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference
Subjects: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference Methodist Church
Publisher: Greensboro, N.C., Methodist Board of Publication, [etc.]
Contributing Library: Duke Divinity School Library, Duke University
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Wise Words to Sufferers From a Woman of Notre Dame, I will mail, free of any charge, this Home Treat-ment with full instructions and the history of myown case to any lady suffering from female troubi eYou can cure yourself at home without the aid ofany physician. It will cost you nothing to give thetreatment a trial, and if you decide to continue itwillonly cost you about twelve cents a week. Itwill not interfere with your work or occupation.I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of it—thatls all I ask. It cures all, young or old. J^S1 If you feel a bearing-down sensation, sense ofimpending evil, pain in the back or bowels, creeping feeling up the spine, a desire to cry frequently,hot flashes, weariness, frequent desire to urinate,or if you have Leueorrbea (Whites), Displacementor Falling of tne Womb, Profuse, Scanty or PainfulPeriods, Tumors or Growths, address MRS. RI.SUMMERS, NOTRE DAME, IND., U. S. A. forthe Free Treatment and Fttll Information.Thousands besides myself hav

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Image from web page 171 of “The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine if you are and the ones which should in enthusiastic about suburban homes” (1905)
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Title: The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and people which should in thinking about residential district houses
12 Months: 1905 (1900s)
Writers: Central railroad of New Jersey. [from old catalog]
Subjects: New Jersey — Description and travel. [from old catalog] New York (City) — Suburbs. [from old catalog]
Publisher: [New York]
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both already been reared came over united states with re-sistless energy. Property .speculations tend to be beingmade in flat extends of salt meadowbetween Jersey City and Xewark. Tothe attention of this comnniter this could looklike an unhealthy spot to purchase land onwhich to create, yet many miles of themeadow happen sold recently and arebeing held during the day whenever dumpingcarts may have reclaimed all of them. .-ll therefuse of .Xewark, our planet dug from itscellars, its winter ashes ami much othersolid stuffing is thrown upon the meadowsannu;dlv. and the margin of solid groundsteadily encroaches in the waste land.Similar lands regarding edge of Newarkr>a are increasingly being reclaimed, which is pre-dicted that in the future Xewarkw sick he a good seaport, achieved by a shipcanal. The son having juststarted to your workplace in Xew York, and wholives in Xewark. and travels right back andforth everv dav. said a contractor re-cently towards the Sun. will sec marvelouschanges in those exact same meadows beforehes grav-haired. i8 THE SUBURBANITE

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Rare Sport in [he deep-sea Sport for Anglers Along the Jersey Coast—Game Fish associated with the Surf By JAMES A. CRUIKSHANK

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Title: The Females’ house log
12 Months: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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AM I ABLE TO HELP? Sally requested. Then, whenshe saw me personally making Bordens InstantCoffee, Goodness, whats that? Excel-lent coffee, we stated, All coffee, not a mix-ture. With no pot, no grounds, no waste! SALLY BLUSHED and gulped, I’m sure Ishouldnt be tellingpwhowtocook, MotherBrown, nevertheless the immediate coffees Ive attempted,we didnt like a bit. Could we have antique ground coffee just this once?

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I RECENTLY SAID, Theres something regarding the go to in todays Gazette. Dont you prefer tosee it? She had been deep inside report once I handed the lady a cup of Bordens, Mmmm . . .this is good! she said. It is real coffee! Therefore it is, I told her. Its Bordens!For goodness sake, she laughed, I was thinking We knew all about immediate coffee . . . but Ididnt understand Bordens! (Sally calls the flowers her bread-and-butter-and-a^£ current!) Money back if BORDENS doesntbeat your chosen coffee!* AMERICAS QUICKEST MARKETING PURE INSTANT COFFEE •I* utilize about half a jar of Bordens. After that, in the event that you do not agree it tastes better than any coffee you ever used, sendus the container because of the unused articles, and well refund your hard earned money. The Borden Co.. 350 Madison Ave., N. Y. 17, N. Y.

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Image from page 248 of “Reports of Bvt. Brig. Gen. D. C. McCallum, Director and General management of this Military Railroads of the US, and [of James B. Fry] the provost-marshal General, in two components : appendix to the Report associated with Secretary of Wa
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Title: Reports of Bvt. Brig. Gen. D. C. McCallum, Director and General management associated with army Railroads associated with united states of america, and [of James B. Fry] the Provost Marshal General, in two parts : appendix on Report of this Secretary of War accompanying Message of President to the 39th Cong., first sess
Year: 1866 (1860s)
Authors: United States. Congress (39th, first program : 1865-1866). House United States. Armed forces Railroad Dept McCallum, D. C. (Daniel Craig), 1815-1878 Fry, James B. (James Barnet), 1827-1894 United States. Provost-marshal General’s Bureau
Topics: United Says. Provost-marshal General’s Bureau United Says. Army Military railroads
Publisher: Washington [D.C.] : National Printing Workplace
Contributing Library: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
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164 REPORT ASSOCIATED WITH PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL. Dining table No. 4.—Statciiicnt of trooj>s mustered to the solution associated with United Statesfor a less duration, than six months, (including all three-months guys,) perhaps not here-tofore paid on any quota, since the commencement of the rehellion, hut whichwould are correct credit wpon a suhsequent call, relative to pro-visions of part ]5, work of March 3, 1865. States. Maino brand new Hampsliire Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New York nj Pennsylvania Maryland .. western Virginia District of Columbia Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Missouri Kansas PERIODS OF SERVICE. a few months. Totals 771 932 782 4,983 3,147 2,402 16,922 3,123 20,175 900 4,720 12,357 6, 409 9,516 781 817 930 915 10,591 650 101,823 100 times. 167 6,809 5,640 769 7,675 1,297 36,254 7,197 11,328 2,134396144183,612 4 months. 121 121 o ^ ao 771 1,099 782 11,913 3,147 2,40222,562 3, 89227,850 1, 297900 4,720 48,611 13,606 20,844 781 2, 951930

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Title: The street railroad analysis
12 Months: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Topics: Street-railroads
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Title: Benjamin Harrison Venture Items, ca. 1888-1892

Political Celebration: Whig

Election Year: 1888

Date Made: ca. 1888-1892

Measurement: Mount: 8 x 12 in.; 20.32 x 30.48 cm

Category: Ephemera

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Title: Gleanings in bee tradition
12 Months: 1874 (1870s)
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Subjects: Bees Bee tradition
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
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Do Your OwnPrinting Cards, circulars, guide, magazine. Hit $.5 Larirer, 818; Rotary. 160.Save money. Big revenue printingfor ohers. All easy; guidelines sent.Write factory for press catalog,TYPE, cards, report. THE PRESS CO.. W?ri^ep, Conn, 22 GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTTTRE Mar. 1

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MAULE S SEEDS AFTER GROWN ALWAYS GROWN means that for quite some time past we havedone such a huge seed company. 79,430customers in Pennsylvania alone, with almosthalf a million the world over. My brand new Seed Bookfor 1911 is a wonder; contains every little thing inseeds, light bulbs and plants worth developing. Weighs 12ounces; 600 illustravions 4 colored plates, 176pages. Any gardener s nding his name on apostal card can have it the inquiring. Address WM. HENRV MAULE1707-09-11 Filbert St., Philadelphia. Pa. ^Send 5 cents (stamps) and mention thispaper and I will enclose into the cataloguea packet of seed of this above option pansy. Greatest of Berries PLANTPHOTO is the better Berry the entire world has ever before understood, discovered in tlie Himalaya M oantalne. Its growth and produc- ti V-E –

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Title: Cotton
12 Months: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: National connection of cotton fiber producers
Subjects: Cotton make
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toaccount for the exquisite fineness of weaving on virtually any theory. Their particular spinning executes had been also simpler: a polished, delicatebit of hand timber, averaging maybe a base in total, tapering to arounded point, as well as the best diameter about since thick as a finepaint brush; two short bobbins thrust into an element of reed; and athicker and bigger stick carved at either end aided by the mind of ananimal or a person figure, and familiar with double and twist. Specific low clay bowls usually are found in the ancient basketsof the forgotten craftsmen. These probably contained liquid tomoisten the hands associated with the spinner and correct the dryness of thePeruvian atmosphere. Inside vast collections of this United states Museum of NaturalHistory, I discovered cotton fiber when you look at the following kinds: within the seed, intmcarded lint, in broad laps carded and bound in shapes not unlikeminiature beehives. I assume that the seeds had been very first removed bvhand, the lint very carefully dusted, then pulled aside, a lot into the

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Ceramic publishing rollers from pre-historie Peru.(American Mnseutn of Normal History) [31] A SHORT NARRATIVE OF A GREAT FIBER

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Authors: Ingalls, John James, 1833-1900
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onor becoming received by the woman Majesty. Beforebeing ushered in to the stately salon-study, where the Queen Regent receivesvisitors, I had to pass along innumerable lobbies and ante chambers, mountand descend staircases, losing myself right here, finding another lobby here,and being stopped almost at each action by superbly-livered ushers and palaceofficials costumed like ambassadors. His Majesty and his august mom are very well guarded. When I unfortunatelydo maybe not understand a word of Spanish, it had been impossible for me to know the 80 AMERICAS WAR FOR HUMANITY. replies provided to my questions, also supposing these to own been understood;but fundamentally, after a long and checkered trip through the immenseroyal palace, we reached my destination, the anteroom, having created theaudience card with that we was supplied nearly a score of that time period. Three orfour individuals, already waiting their particular turns to-be gotten, were talking famil-iarly collectively. One ended up being the Grand Chamberlain, grave and proper, as befit-

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ALFONSO ALONG WITH HIS SISTERS. ted their place. When I waited, various other audience-seekers came, among thembeing a staff officer. My move to be received came quickly, and I also discovered myself bowing beforethe Queen Regent. Everybody knows, at the least through having seen herphotograph, the options that come with the Queen Regent of Spain; exactly what every onedoes maybe not know, exactly what no photo can make, is the woman Majestys environment of ex- A JOB INTERVIEW AMONG QUEEN CHRISTINA. 81 treme kindness and, at precisely the same time, of energy. One experiences, first, afeeling of value, after that an impulse of sympathy. In her own quick costume ofdark-colored silk, her mind erect, her eyes bright and sparkling with intelli-gence, Queen Christina hasn’t lost the model of the archduchesses of Aus-tria. She reminds one out of numerous ways associated with Duchess of Orleans, which alsowas an Austrian archduchess. I readily understood, on seeing the Queen, the meaningof what a memberof the Cortes had said to myself each morning: Queen Isabella was popular.Queen Christina

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