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Title: Pottery and porcelain, from early times down to the Philadelphia exhibition of 1876
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Elliott, Charles Wyllys, 1817-1883
Subjects: Pottery — History Pottery — Marks
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and company
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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tsome of this blue dates back to the Ming dynasty. The color wasmostly painted under the glaze. This luminous blue is nothing like the turquoise, which also theChinese carried to great perfection. The turquoise was produced fromcopper, the celestial from cobalt. 18 194 POTTERY AXD PORCELAIN. The pieces Figs. 107, 108, and 100 are excellent examples of thecelestial Mae. Fig. 107 is a large vase of Mrs. Burlingames, and hasthe stately palm whieli is much used in this color. The vase is someeighteen inches high. Fig. 108 is a delicately-formed teapot, withexquisite glaze and paste, the blue showing in the reserves and alongthe handle and spout. It was given to the writer by a gentleman inHolland. Fig. 109 is a most dainty bit, a small snuff-bottle. Thereare some few others in this country—two of them, mounted in silver,belong to Mr. Schlesinger, of Boston. The Art-Museum of Boston has now two exquisite pots of turquoiseblue, bought at the sale of Mr. Heards collection for some six hun-

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Fio. \.—Incense-Pot, from Mr. Averifa Collection. dred dollars. We picture one of these to show the form, and thedragon which finishes the top (Fig. 110). The dragon is in dark red,the pot in turquoise blue ; but this blue has another and a rare qual-ity : it is covered all over with delicate spots or dots of the same color,what is called souffle—this is said to l)e i)roduced by blowing thecolor thrcjugh a tine screen or gauze on to the clay. The sfa-greens {celadonti) are among the rarest Chinese colors, andsome pieces are thought to be among the oldest—dating back possiblyone thousiind years. The violets and crimsons are also rare and beautiful ; they arealmost always ajjplied to vases and bottles; and are often flamed,splashed, or clouded. CHINESE COLORS. 105 The imperial yellow, some pieces of whicli are in the Green Yaiiltsat Escort Dresden, was never sold; it was made only for the royal family ofPeking. I have not seen it, but it is described as a very clear andbeautiful citron

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Title: The fauna and geography of the Maldive and Laccadive archipelagoes : being the account of the work carried on and of the collections made by an expedition during the years 1899 and 1900
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Gardiner, John Stanley, 1872-1946
Subjects: Zoology Zoology
Publisher: Cambridge : University Press
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than, though not overlapped by, the latter. (iv) The last side-tooth projects much more than the rest, and is as long as the 2ndor 3rd, though not so broad. The 4th side-tooth is small, but not rudimentary. There isno small tooth at the base of the first side-tooth. 206 L. A. BORRADAILE. (v) The chelipeds of the adult male are almost absolutely equal. Transverse squamiformmarkings are almost wanting. The upper side of the hand is covered with rounded granules,but on the inside squamiform markings remain. (vi) There are about 10 spines on the hinder edge of the last propodite. Length of longest specimen ((/), 13 mm. Breadth of same specimen, 17 mm. Colour in spirit, sandy mottled with reddish. Taken in Minikoi, sheltering under stones on the reef This species is transitional toCharyhdis (Goniosoma), but is separated from that genus by having only five side-teeth.The outward trend of the antero-lateral edge is a character which makes its position inthe genus Thalamita somewhat doubtful.

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Fig. 37. Thalamita cooperi; a. outside of chela. . 13. Thalamita cooj)eri n. sp. Closely allied to T. invicta Thallw. 1890, of which it is possibly only a variety. Itdiffers from Thallwitz species however in the following points: (i) The fourth side-tooth is wanting, and not merely vestigial as in invicta. (ii) The outer side of the hand bears the usual five spines, instead of only three. The front is lobed (excluding the orbital lobes), the middle lobes being the widest andsomewhat recalling the frontal lobes of T. admeta. There are four side spines including theorbital angle, the fourth of those usually present being lost. The antennal ridge is gi-anular.On the outside of the hand are the usual five spines and three granulated ridges. Thefingers are shorter than the hand. The last propodite bears about half-a-dozen spinules. ThaUwitz, Abh. Zool. Uus. Escort Dresden, 1890—1891, No. 3, p. 46. MARINE CRUSTACEANS, 207 Taken at Goidu, Huliile and Minikoi, on the shore in each case. At the lat

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Title: Antonio Allegri da Correggio, his life, his friends, and his time
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Ricci, Corrado, 1858-1934
Subjects: Correggio, 1489?-1534
Publisher: New York : C. Scribner’s Sons
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brought all the work to a standstill. The dignity of the order de-manded its completion. But how were the necessary funds to beobtained ? A fatal thought flashed on the Preceptor! The St. Jeromemight be sold! Fortunately, the preliminaries were not conductedwith sufficient secrecy, and the affair came to the ears of DukeFrancesco Farnese. In a letter to the Marchese Pier Luigi dellaRosa, he writes as follows : I positively will not suffer the altar-piece in Sant Antonio to leave my dominions ; hence you answeredMonsieur Crosat most properly. If it must be sold, I will buy itmyself, and in this way they will be able to finish the church withfacility. 2 No more was heard of the matter for the time, and the persons 1 Op. cit. i. p. 185, and ii. p. 209. Tiraboschi, vi. p. 268. 2 Archives of the State of Parma. Corresponde?ue of the Farnesi. E. ScarabelliZunti, Documenti e memorie di belle artu MSS. in Parma Museum, vol. 1501-1550. The Madonna with St. [erome ■■in limit In .~^H.J tt TT

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Printed by GiesecKe & oevntrt, Leipzig [Germany) THE MADONNA WITH ST. JEROME 279 interested waited patiently till it should be forgotten to return to thecharge. Meanwhile the prince died. Several years passed, when suddenly a rumour gained ground thatnegotiations for the sale of the picture had been opened afreshbetween the Conte Anguissola, Preceptor of Sant Antonio, and aforeign potentate. Some said the King of Portugal had offered tobuy it for 40,000 ducats ; others, that the proposed purchaser was theKing of Poland, and the price agreed upon 14,000 sequins. Thesecond version was no doubt the true one. We know, in fact,that Augustus III., King of Poland and Elector of Saxony, hadbought about a hundred famous pictures from the Duke of Modenathree years before, among which were several by Correggio, and thathe continued to collect others for his gallery at Escort Dresden. In the un-published chronicle of a contemporary writer we read under the dateof December 5, 1749 : The picture in Sa

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Ask anyone who knows me well and he or she will tell you that I am not the type of traveler who enjoys staying on the cheap. I adore hotels that have terry cloth robes, spa services and phones in the bathroom. That being said, two months after my third son was born; we made the decision to take a family trip to Munich, Germany. The only requirement, when we chose our hotel, was that it needed to be located near the train station (Hauptbahnhof) and had to be cheap. We got all that and more at the Art Hotel Munich. Here is my review of the Art Hotel Munich, and the surprising fun we had while staying at this discount Munich hotel.

Osborne is a Puma-sponsored athlete currently living in Germany and training with a second division team in Ulm to be near her boyfriend who plays basketball in the German Bundesliga. Yesterday, Osborne called from Germany to talk with Boston Pro Soccer Examiner about her choice as a free agent to start a career with the Breakers.

But do you know what the name Haribo means? Do you know where these gummy bears come from? The name Haribo comes from the founder’s name Hans Riegel, and the Nebenjob Reutlingen where he was born ( Bonn) so Hans, Riegel and Bonn are the three words that give the name HARIBO ( HA-Hans,RI-Riegel,BO-Bonn).

All Gone Onion Burger. These burger patties are stuffed with strong flavour. The secret is to crumble a bouillon cube with a kitchen mallet and put it in each patty.

Landry said as a way of confirming his conversation with Mullen, “Most of our dealers have faith, and they know that whatever happens, our brands and products are not going anywhere.” He also said that he plans of meeting with as many as 50dealers this year to answer questions and to mend relationships.

The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team – competing in the ultimate Frisbee World Junior Ultimate Championships in Nebenjob Heilbronn, Germany – played Australia in the third and fourth-place game on Saturday, Aug. 7.

I thought I had a juicy rumor about Travis “Freight Train” Walker, paid sparring partner, possibly decking or even knocking out WBC heavyweight champ Vitali Klitschko bin a gym in Germany.

21. Learn about the River Valley Region at the Arkansas River Visitors Center near Russellville. On site at the Lock and Dam, there are hands-on exhibits that the kids will enjoy, a slide tape presentation, wildlife displays, and a chance to watch the barge traffic on the broad Arkansas River.

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