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Image from page 143 of “The New Hampshire College Monthly” (1911)

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Title: The New Hampshire College Monthly
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts
Subjects: New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts — Periodicals
Publisher: Durham, N.H. : New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts
Contributing Library: University of New Hampshire Library
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REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. is known throughoutthe world !is a GUARANTEEOF QUALITY are the LargestManufacturers inthe World of… OFFICIALEQUIPMENT For All AthleticSports andPastimes If Vnn are interested1 VI in Athletic11 ,vuSport youshould have a copy ofthe Spalding Cata-logue. Its a completeencyclopedia of WhatsNew in Sport and issent free on request. A. G. SPALDING 6 BROS. 141 Federal Street BOSTON, MASS We Have Your Suit The Suit youll Fancy and the Suit youll Xeed. Your Suit for graduation, for dress occasions, for business, for lounging, or for traveling. SUITS OF MANY FABRICS of many colors, of many shapes, of many stylesof trimming. WE HAVE AN ELEGANT SHOWING OF Hats, Furnishings and Footwear Our Highest Ambition is to have youSatisfied, for then youll come again. Lothrops-Farnham Co.

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Image from page 31 of “Songs in the twilight” (1881)

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Title: Songs in the twilight
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Bell, Charles D., 1818-1898
Subjects: English poetry
Publisher: London : James Nisbet & Co.
Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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it maketh all things new, The fields, the trees; the very sod,While sparkling with the morning dew, Seems fresh as from the hand of God. Let us be glad in these sweet hours, In all God givetli us to-day :The birds, the leaves, the opning flowers, For soon must glide from us the May. I would not that a care should cast A shadow over heart or brow,What though the spring will soon be past ? Id live within the happy now. The thought of Autumn with its chill,Of Winter with its snows and frosts, Xeed not our sky with shadows fill,Our hearts with sense of pleasures lost. God gives us now this world so fair, Why think we what far morrows bring ? Does He not clothe the lily fair ?Feed careless sparrow on the wing ? 20 MAT. Each fragile blossom on its stem,Each bird that carols in the air, Leaves God on high to think for them,And knows not either want or care, They teach us well to trust His love,Our hearts with happy faith to fill, To learn from all beneath, above,Sufficient to the day the ill

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( 21 ) A SOLDIERS STORY. &&BX the long sultry autumn day, .^wjls Our armies met in fierce affray England and France were then at war,Fighting in Spanish fields afar. The corn that ripened on the plainTTas red with blood of brave men slain; And, trampled meath the horses tread,Formed a last pillow for the dead. All day our ranks stood firm and fast,Though thinned by many a rifle-blast; Our men fought bravely, bravely fell,Mowed down by iron shot and shell. At last, before the stronger forceRetired we all, both foot and horse, A SOLDIERS STORY. Hoping in our retreat to gain A river swolln with summers rain— Meaning to place its broad, deep flow,Between us and th advancing foe. Our troops plunged in the rapid flood,Swam through, and on the far bank stood ; Then, pressing to the higher ground,Bank after rank in order wound Up the steep height; no hint of dreadWas heard in their fierce tramp and tread. We sought to gain the wooded hill,Marching to trump and bugle shrill; But paus

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Image from page 80 of “Purdue debris” (1907)

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Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: Lafayette, Ind. : Senior Class of Purdue University
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. Nomatter whether it was the Glee Club, the quartette, the MandolinClub or Mr. Fink, the productions were above criticism. It wasthe first time that the students were made to believe that thereis mrsic in Purdue. Gypsy Life was portrayed by the rolland swing of the music, and thoughts of the wild, free life of the rover came into the minds of the- audience. Plantation life onthe Mississipi)i was ])iclur(.(l for llif crowd hy the song. ADay in the Cotton Field. The sound of the steamboat wliisllctold of the coming of the boat, the darkies danced for the anuise-ment of the passengers and then the boat was gone into tliedistance. The carefully trained chorus also presented tlie .MmaMater song, written Ijy Dr. Coulter. Every line rings trueand is a start toward the ])()ssession of a real Iurdue Song. \ hen the entertainment was over, everv one knew thatthere is music at Iurdue and tliat the musical clu1)s could taketheir place along with the I)esl of college organizations in thecountry.

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73 Some Other Events CONVOCATION Dr. W . !•:. Stone—- W (.•Icomc lo llic Students, Septeniljer 12, 1906. ***** Kcv. 11. T. (iary— Success, (Jctober 10, 1906. Ires. R. L. Kelly— ••Xeed of Physical 1 )eveloi)nient, October 17, 1906. Irol. U. J. Aley- ■•Success, ( )ctol)er 24, lX)6. Dr. Irank CranstalT, li-e(l Cutler and (). 1. Ius^li—.Musical Rtcital, ( )clol)er 25, lX)6. l\e\-. Wilbur (liapuian — ••rwi-nlvMliird Isabn, October M. lJ06. Mrs. Mary Planner— Readings, November 7, 1906. Judge D. P. Baldwin— The Seeing Pye, November 14, 1906. Miss Lynn and Miss Ridgely— Musical Program, December 5, 1906. Dr. J. B. Lee— Temptation, December 12, 1906. Pres. Edwin Holt Hughes—- Honor, December 19, 1906. Dr. W. E. Stone— 1\) the Students, January 9, 1907. Prof. T. F. Moran— The Political Situation in England, January 23, 1907.

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Title: Records of the Scottish settlers in the River Plate and their churches
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Dodds, James, of Buenos Aires
Subjects: Scots Presbyterian Church
Publisher: Buenos Aires : Grant and Sylvester
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Secretaries of State, andshall hold such their offices for and during His Majestys pleasureand no longer. We thus notice that £400 sterling was the maximumto be paid by the British Government, and in this way ina wealthy congregation the stipend might and sometimeswas raised to £800 sterling per annum. Although the building of the church was now prosecutedwith vigour, we find that two years were spent in itsconstruction. An accident occurred which caused a con-siderable delay and an extra expenditure of 00. Theinterior pillars seem to have settled clown from someimperfection in the foundations, thus fracturing the roof tosuch an extent that both pillars and roof had to be rebuilt.The foundation stone was laid on the 25th February 1833,and the church was opened for public worship on the 25 thApril 1835, but a longer period had yet to elapse before thebenefit of the Consular Act could be felt, and not till 1838was the first supplementary amount paid to us by the BritishGovernment.

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CHAPTEK XV ST. This beautiful church was opened for divine service onSunday, 25th April 1835, and, according to the custom ofthe Presbyterian Church, without any outward formal dedi-catory display; but a very impressive sermon was preachedby our worthy and highly esteemed pastor, the Eev. WilliamBrown, to a very numerous and appreciative audience, manyof the people coming from long distances in the countrydistricts. The preacher took his text from Solomons prayer atthe Dedication of the Temple, 1 Kings ix. 3, And theLord said unto Solomon, I have heard thy prayer and thysupplication, that thou hast made before me: I havehallowed this house, which thou hast built, to put my namethere for ever; and mine eyes and mine heart shall be thereperpetually. The sermon was never printed, and only outlines of ithave been preserved. The preacher divided it into fourheads— Royalty on its Knees, Humility in Prayer, Prayer in time of Xeed, and The Blessing. 1st. Royalty on its Knees.—The person w

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