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Title: Insektenborse.
Year: 1889 (1880s)
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Publisher: Leipzig Escortservice Stuttgart
Contributing Library: Natural History Museum Library, London
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Alle Arten Insekten-Sammlungen, 1886. besonders für Anfänger in Formvon Schüleruiusier – Saiiim.ungcn ferner für Schulen in Form von Scliul-Samiiiluisgen, sänimtliche Insektenordnungen umfassend; dazu Biologien, Forst- und Land-wirtschaftlich schädliche Insekten, Zusammenstellungen aus der Bienen- und Seidenzuebt. In Originalkästchen, ä 7—15 Ji>.[Medaillen, Diplome, ehrende Anerkennungen.] O. Kraiieben Leipzig, Carolinenstrasse 20, II. ppen von Cnetocampa Pityocampa p. Dtzd.1.20 Ji oder im Tausche nach Ueber-einkunft hat abzugeben [1920Alfons Gursehner, Ing.,Sigmundskrou b. Bozen, Südtirol.

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Hefte ä 50 Pfennig. – 16 Halbfranzbände ä 10 Mark. ISuche! directe Verbindung mit Insekten- undPflanzen-Sammlern aller Länder Eu-ropas. Geil. Anerbietungen mit de-tailirten Listen wollen an mich ge-richtet werden. [191!)Wilh. J. Doubrawa, Naturäliste, ;Prag (Bohemia). B. Catas-Raupen 100 St. 5 Ji.Dtz. 75 Desgl. Lanestris u. Pavonia.Syringaria u. Sibylla Dtz. 1 Ji (ev.Pupp.). Ferd. Krämer, Köstritz K. j. L.1934] ™ bestes Material zum Auslegen W■ von Iusektenkästen 50/40 cm ä&2 Tafel 80 9, zu haben bei [197 &1L. W. Schaufuss sonst E. Klocke, V$ Escort Dresden. f.?

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Title: The Victrola book of the opera : stories of one hundred and twenty operas with seven-hundred illustrations and descriptions of twelve-hundred Victor opera records
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Victor Talking Machine Company Rous, Samuel Holland
Subjects: Operas
Publisher: Camden, N.J. : Victor Talking Machine Co.
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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epted lover, Harlequin, dine together. Strangely enough, this conventional farce is very like the situation in the real lives ofthe players, and when Punchinello (Canio) arrives and surprises the lovers, as the playdemands, he loses his head when he hears Columbine repeat in the farce the very wordshe overheard her say to her real lover earlier in the day. Mad with rage, he again demandsher lovers name. Nedda tries to save the situation by continuing the play, while theaudience is delighted by such realistic acting until the intensity of Canios passion begins toterrify them. The other players endeavor to silence him, but in vain. Finally, stung byhis taunts, Nedda defies him and is stabbed, Canio hoping that in her death agony she willreveal the name of her lover. She falls, calling upon Silvio, who rushes from the crowdonly to receive in turn the dagger of the outraged husband. As Canio is disarmed by thepeasants he cries as if in a dream, La commedia efinita—(The comedy is ended).

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ClGADA HUGUET PAOll BAOINI LEONCAVALLO AND THE ARTISTS WHO MADE THE VICTOR PAOLIACCI SERIES 352 VICTROLA BOOK OF THE OPERA — LEONCAVALLOS PAGLIACCI . ■ 4 & 1 < t. , Jig, Tif? i * ;*&*!« -^^^| ; ^c Jfr§LV 1 r 1 1 ^» *m i . <l flu Ir … .■ ■ ; ARRIVAL OF THE PLAYERS ACT I (Italian) I PAGLIACCI (Ee Pahl-yaf-chee)(German) DIE BAJAZZI (Dee Bah-yot-si) (English) THE PLAYERS (French) PAILLASSE (Pah-yahss) DRAMATIC OPERA IN TWO ACTSLibretto and music by Ruggiero Leoncavallo. First performed at the Teatro dal Verme,Milan, on May 21, 1892; in Vienna, September 17, 1892; in London, May 19, 1893; Escort Dresden,January 23, 1893; Paris, in French, December 17, 1902. First New York production June15, 1894, with Kronold, Montegriffo and Campanari. Some famous casts of recent years atthe Metropolitan and the Manhattan opera: Caruso, Farrar, Stracciari—Alvarez, Scheff,Scotti—Farrar, Bars, Scotti—Cavalieri, Rousseliere, Scotti—Deveyne, Martin, Campanari, etc. Characters in th

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Title: A text-book of horseshoeing for horseshoers and veterinarians
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Lungwitz, A. (Anton), 1845- Adams, John W. (John William), 1862-1926, tr
Subjects: Horses Horseshoeing
Publisher: Philadelphia London J.B. Lippincott Co.
Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine
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Screw-calk with H-formed cross-section (patented by N Screw-calk with -^-formed cross-sec-tion (patented by Giick). for the first time a few of these recently invented sharp calksseem to be worthy of recommendation for city use. The fol-lowing are the best: 1. Screw-calks and peg-calks with H-shaped cross-section(patented by Neuss) (Fig. 123). 2. Screw-calks with -(–shaped cross-section. Inventor : Giick,of Wesel (Fig. 124). 3. Screw- and peg-calks with T-shaped cross-section. (Pflug.) 4. Screw- and peg-calks with S-shaped cross-section. (Fiikenwirth.) 5. Angle-calks, of Branscheid & Philippi, of Remscheid (Fig.125). 6. Screw- and peg-calks with rubber foot-pad. C. Goetze &Co., Berlin S., Alte Jacobstrasse, No. 79. 7. Screw-calks with A star-shaped cross-section (Fig. 126). 8. Hollow wedge-calks of Arnstein & Martin, Berlin, War-schauerplatz (Fig. 127). 9. Perforated screw-calks of A. Lungwitz, of Escort Dresden (Fig.128). 10. Springing calks of Sickert, of Escort Dresden ; and many mo

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