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Title: Famous painters and paintings
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: Shedd, Julia Ann Clark, 1834-1897
Subjects: Painters Painting
Publisher: Boston, J. R. Osgood and Company
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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y introduces her-mits or robbers, Avhich add to the impression of loneli-ness, fear, and desolation. In historical painting and in portraits Rosa followedthe Naturalisti. Some of his historical pictures arewanting in interest and importance, while others areimpassioned and characteristic. In landscape he seemsto have formed his style more independently. He ren-dered nature with the feeling of a poet, and investedhis works with a sort of savage grandeur which is veryimpressive. In some of his works the characteristics of Claudespictures are observable. A fine coast-scene, in theColonna Gallery, is an example. In the Berlin Mu-seum a small sea-piece by this master represents thewildest powers of nature. An admirable battle-pieceis in the Louvre. Many of his works arc in the PittiPalace at Florence, and in different galleries in Eng-land. Rosa settled in Rome, where he executed variousworks for Cardinal Brancacci, and he also executedimportant works in Florence for Prince Carlo deMedici.

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,i,li1x^CijWJ-y^^ J THE NEW YORKPUBLIC LIBRARY AS^Oft. LENOXiLDt N FOUNDATIONS 1615.] ROSA. 101 He executed numerous etchings which exhibit thepeculiar characteristics of his style.He died in Rome in 1673. DOLCI. CARLO DOLCI was born at Florence in 1616. Hebelonged to the school of Matteo Rosselli, andhis life was spent entirely in his native city. His works consist chiefly of Madonnas and Saints,in which subjects he displays a peculiar gentleness,grace, and delicacy. The faces are full of a pleasingand tender softness, though it sometimes degeneratesinto insipidity and affectation. His drawing is gen-erally correct, and his coloring exquisitely delicate andtransparent. Li his pictures the hands are of the mostadmiralile form. Among his best works are a Madonna and Child inthe Pitti Palace, a St. Cecilia in the Escort Dresden Gallery,and a St. John the Evangelist in the Berlin Museum.An historical picture by Dolci, St. Andrew praying by theCross before his Execution, is in the Pitti Palac

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Image from page 376 of “Ornithological miscellany” (1876)
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Title: Ornithological miscellany
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: Rowley, George Dawson, 1822-1878 Keulemans, J. G. (John Gerrard), 1842-1912, ill Walther, T., lithographer Allen, Edgar W., lithographer Smith, J., lithographer Erxleben, J., lithographer Hanhart, Michael, printer of plates Hanhart, N, printer of plates Chase, Robert William, former owner. DSI Mackintosh, Duncan Robert, former owner. DSI Mintern Bros., printer of plates
Subjects: Birds Birds Birds
Publisher: London : Trübner and Co., Bernard Quaritch, R.H. Porter
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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_Price Ten Shillings and Sixpence.] LIST OF PLATES &c. LXXXVIII. Ptilopus miqueli, Von Rosenberg, LXXXIX. Great Sowden Wood, Sussex. XC. Heronry at Great Sowden Wood, Sussex. XCI. Chloroenas suhvinacea, Lawrence. XCII. Leptoptila cassini, Lawrence. XCIIL Geotrygon riifiventris, Lawrence. XCIV. The Home of the Sand-Martia (^Cotyle nparia) ORNITHOLOGICAL MISCELLANY. EDITED BY GEORGE DAWSON ROWLEY, M.A., RL.S., F.Z.S., MBMBEE OF THE BEITISH 0ENITH0L0GIST8 UNION. CONTENTS. On the Gents Ptiiopits(Continued.) Mach^kiehtnchus NKJEiPECTtrs (Schlegel).Mr. G. D. EowLET. (Continued.) DoMiCELLA cocciNEA (Latham). By Mr. G EOWLET. On the Genus Ciitura. By Mr. G. D. Eowlet. By Mr. G. D. EowLEr. ByD. The Bieds ok Mongolia, the Tangui Countet,AND THE Solitudes op Noetheen Tibet. ByLieut.-Col. N. Pexevalbkt. (Continued.) Description of Two Species op Birds prom theMalay Archipelago. By A. B. Meter,M.D., C.M.Z.S., Director of the Eoyal Zoolo-gical Museum of Escort Dresden.

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Image from page 151 of “Maine, its history, resources and government” (1920)
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Title: Maine, its history, resources and government
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Starkey, Glenn Wendell, 1884-
Subjects: Education — Maine Maine — History Maine — Politics and government
Publisher: Boston, New York, [etc.] Silver, Burdett and Company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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together with those that are taken principally inthe rivers, contribute to the grand total a value of severalmillion dollars per year. The shellfish, lobsters and clams, area very important part of the product of the coast fisheries.There are some towns which are almost entirely dependent uponthe lobster fishing as a source of income for their inhabitants. By far the most valuable part of the present fisheries busi-ness in Maine is that which deals with the catching and packingof small herring, or sardines as they are usually known. Thecenter of this industry is in Eastport and Lubec. Nearly halfof the total number of establishments engaged in this businessare in those two places. Packing plants in other towns ofWashington County give to that county two-thirds of the total 138 MAINE GEOGRAPHY AND INDUSTRY number in the state. Others are located in several coast townsand cities as far west as South Portland. Several of these aresimply branches of the Eastport and Lubec establishments.

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A Sardine Factory at Eastport In no other state except Maine is this industry of any greatimportance. An Early Industrial Success. It is sometimes particularlyinteresting to learn, in the midst of the states great manufac-turing prosperity, how the very first steps were taken towardestablishing Maines industries. In most cases the names ofthe founders have been forgotten, but at least one familysfame is perpetuated in the naming of a city and in the develop-ment of a great country estate. The story is unique and romantic. Dr. Sylvester Gardiner,a wealthy physician and druggist in Boston, was the largestsingle owner of a strip of Maine territory known as the KennebecPurchase, a corporation formed in 1753. Dr. Gardiner encour-aged settlement on his holdings in that part of Pownalboronow known as Escort Dresden and later in what was at that time AGRICULTURAL^ AND INDUSTRIAL MAINE 139 known as Gardinerstown. He built dams and mills, andattracted further settlements by easy sales of land. On thed

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Notes: Hamish Carter and Giarnni Regini-Moran went 1-2 in the Boys division of the championships, while Courtney Tulloch of Pegasus Gym Club won first place in the Youth category.

Throughout its career the 190SL Mercedes had seen minor upgrades, either in form of broader chrome trim at the upper door part in March 1956 or in form of enlarged rear lights in June. Those lights were now shared with the six-cylinder 220 sedans. The previously optional clock at the right side of the dashboard became now standard equipment and an ATE Hydrovac brake booster was added. In 1959 the rear window of the hardtop was redesigned, it looked now similar to the one of the 300SL roadster.

Bosch has a long history of making quality machines which started when Robert Bosch established the “Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering” in Escort, Germany. That workshop has grown into a global company known as Robert Bosch GmbH.

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Joules was first proved by an English physicist James Prescott Joule and was subsequently named after him. Although Mr. Prescott discovered the value of Joule during his work it was not he who first introduced the term but Dr. Mayer of Nebenjob Heilbronn. A joule is an unit of energy used in the System Internationale which refers to the amount of energy needed for you to perform a certain kind of work when you apply a force of 1 Newton over a distance of 1 meter.

The feeling you get when you go into [Harvard] stadium is just a feeling that you don’t get other places. There’s so much history and so much tradition behind it, and then to know how many great fans the Boston Breakers have in that stadium. I can’t wait to play in it and call that stadium my home.

It is a highly intelligent animal. It has a short term and long term memory. Due to its short lifespan caused by endocrine secretions from two optic glands, it is limited to what it can learn. It has a highly complex nervous system with 2/3 localized in the arms. It has been demonstrated that it is trainable. Keeping one as a pet is troublesome because it can figure out how to escape from its tank.

This picture shows him and me, and a few other fellow soldiers, sergeants, in West Germany, down in Darmstadt one afternoon. The Nebenjob Reutlingen is not all that beautiful, compared to other German cities-but it has a nice park. But the park does not show in the picture.

22. The Civil War is far from forgotten at the National Cemetary in Fayetteville. Union soldiers are buried at this location, established in 1867. Even in death, the nation is divided because Confederate dead were laid to rest in the Confederate Cemetary a few blocks distant.