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95,724 words, approx. 320 pages
EKONIAH SCRUB:  AMONG FLORIDA LAKES [Illustration:  The ford.] [Note:  Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, by J.B.  Lippincott & Co., in the Office of the L... Read more
91,860 words, approx. 307 pages
Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Christine D and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net Transcriber’s note:  Punctuation normalized, original spelling retained. [Illu... Read more
77,836 words, approx. 260 pages
I. There are words which have careers as well as men, or, perhaps it may be more happily said, as well as women.  Mere words breathed on by Fancy, and sent forth not so much to serve man’s ... Read more
78,908 words, approx. 264 pages
VII. It has not been concealed that, with all his fine qualities, Mr. Ketchum was an obstinate man, and so, in spite of his wife’s remonstrances, he came down-stairs next morning—­Sund... Read more
80,649 words, approx. 269 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Atlantic city from the lighthouse.    Up the Inlet.    Landing-place on the Inlet.    Congress hall.    Mr. Richar... Read more
79,866 words, approx. 267 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Ship in dry-dock:  Harlan & Hollingsworth company.   Wilmington depot of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore railroad.   The Brandywine, a... Read more
81,217 words, approx. 271 pages
THE NEW HYPERION. From Paris to Marly by way of the Rhine. [The author’s vignettes neatly copied by Gusatave Dore.] I.—­Preambulary. [Illustration] The behavior of a great Hope is like... Read more
89,407 words, approx. 299 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS RUFIN PIOTROWSKI.  THE ARREST. CROSSING THE COURTYARD OF THE PRISON.  OUTSTARING THE GUARD.  CHARITY TO THE EXILE.  A RUSSIAN OTHELLO.  VAIN ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE.&n... Read more
77,753 words, approx. 260 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS Wilhelmine von Hillern, Author of “Only a Girl,” “By His Own Might,” etc. [See Our Monthly Gossip.] “Assembling” Bridge under shed. The Lyman Viaduct.... Read more
78,144 words, approx. 261 pages
A TOBACCO PLANTATION. In the following article I propose to give some account of a typical tobacco-plantation in Virginia and the life of its negro laborers as I have observed it from day to day and s... Read more
92,768 words, approx. 310 pages
THE NEW HYPERION. From Paris to Marly by way of the Rhine. IV.—­A day in Strasburg. [Illustration:  Tearing up the pontoon bridge.] Behold me, then, with five hours around my neck, like... Read more
81,803 words, approx. 273 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS The Cones of Patabamba. “Pepe Garcia, Who Marched Ahead, Announced the Print Of A South   American Tiger.” “Napoleon-like, They Washed Their Dirty Linen in Th... Read more
82,505 words, approx. 276 pages
THE NEW HYPERION. From Paris to Marly by way of the Rhine. III.—­The feast of saint athanasius. [Illustration:  The PAULISTS.] As I parted from my stout old friend Joliet, I saw him tur... Read more
92,192 words, approx. 308 pages
AN HISTORICAL ROCKY-MOUNTAIN OUTPOST. [Illustration:  Going to the judge’s.] The day might have graced the month of June, so balmy was the air, so warmly shone the sun from a cloudless sky.... Read more
87,219 words, approx. 291 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Post-office department building at Washington.    The Capitol at Washington and carpenters’ hall, where the first     colonial Congre... Read more
88,101 words, approx. 294 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   The great annual fair at NIZHNEE-Novgorod.   Crystal palace—­London exhibition building, 1851.   Interior view of the transept of crystal palace... Read more
90,172 words, approx. 301 pages
FOOTNOTES LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.    Temple of the Clitumnus.     The falls of terni.     Orvieto.     CIVITA Bagnorea.  ... Read more
92,803 words, approx. 310 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Facade of the Spanish division, main building.    Facade of the Egyptian division, main building.    Facade of the Swedish division, main buildi... Read more
92,759 words, approx. 310 pages
AUSTRALIAN SCENES AND ADVENTURES.  CONCLUDING PAPER. The golden eagle and his eyrie by W. A. Baillie-Grohman. Three feathers by William black.    Chapter xxix Mabyn dreams. &n... Read more
79,326 words, approx. 265 pages
VIII. Not the least delightful of Sir Robert’s qualities was his capacity for enjoying most things that came in his way, and finding some interest in all.  When Mr. Ketchum joined him in th... Read more
84,094 words, approx. 281 pages
THE NEW HYPERION. From Paris to Marly by way of the Rhine. II.—­The two chickens. [Illustration:  The flowers of war.] “Thou art no less a man because thou wearest no hauberk nor ... Read more
90,483 words, approx. 302 pages
THE NEW HYPERION. From Paris to Marly by way of the Rhine. VI.—­Shall Auld acquaintance be forgot? My first dinner in the avenue of Ettlingen followed upon the twelve-barreled bath, but was ... Read more
89,309 words, approx. 298 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Hampton court—­west front.    Hampton court—­looking up the river.    Entrance to Wolsey’s hall.    Mid... Read more
93,183 words, approx. 311 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Caesar’s penny.    The THRONED corpse.    The skeleton in armor.    Brussels.    Father Joliet.   ... Read more
92,124 words, approx. 308 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   Fountain of the Catholic total abstinence union.   Judges’ pavilion.   Women’s pavilion.   United states government building.  ... Read more
87,588 words, approx. 292 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS   The bridge across Lansdowne ravine, connecting memorial and     horticultural halls.    Girard avenue bridge—­one of the approach... Read more
91,824 words, approx. 307 pages
ILLUSTRATIONS THE QUINTA DE LA MISERIA.  HOW THE POOR TRAVEL IN PARAGUAY.  VIEW OF IBITIMI.  ITAPE:  PALACE AND CHURCH.  INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH AT VILLA RICA.  A JAGUAR T... Read more
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