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Stories from Everybody's Magazine from the 1910 Issues

...S by THEODOSIA GARRISON 3 Stories from Everybody’s Magazine From the 1910 Issues Vol. XXIII No.1 JU... ...lly fallen in love with the son of her next-door neighbor. Amiel--fresh from his first year in college-- was a tall, broad-shouldered youth, wit... ...was supposed to have valuable zinc properties in the Joplin district of Missouri. To unload its stock on the people of this country Lyman organi... ...r hand, looking back at her husband. "No. It’s just that I got Mary Louise Jackson to come over and play with her. I can’t ask Aunt Dicey to... ... Mrs. Kendrick turned away and left the children at their play. Mary Louise Jackson had been kept at home from school that she might come ove... ... would the Russian Witte not have given if he could have telegraphed to St. Petersburg that he had actually SEEN the Japanese Komura while they ... ...r crowds to the mourners’ bench every year. At the University of Missouri the first crop of graduates in Home Economics was gathered this... ...rge Meredith and Pasteur and Karl Marx and Whistler and Joan of Arc and St. John. The woman voiced a great truth who said that the soul whic... ...ache except after a plucky fight of at least one day’s duration. Actresses go on and do their turns day after day and night after night w...

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List of people from Texas

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...the first and the third President of Republic of Texas, later a U.S. Senator from Texas and the Governor of Texas Anson Jones (1798–1858), last P... ...ublic of Texas, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, U.S. Senator from Texas after its admission to the United States Edwin Waller (1800... ...rate officer and judge advocate general for the Trans-Mississippi Department Louis T. Wigfall (1816–1874), Confederate General and Senator from Tex... ...on, commander of Third Army of Occupation of Germany, Medal of Honor recipient Louis Jordan (1890–1918), 1914 All American, first US Army officer fr... ... the Texas House of Representatives from Dallas County, 1977-1981; operator of St. Paul Industrial Training School orphanage in Malakoff, Texas; radi... ...organ Fairchild (born 1950), actress in the Dallas TV series – one of three actresses who played the character, "Jenna Wade" Parisa Fakhri (born 1... ...r David Cook (born 1982), rock singer-songwriter (born in Houston, raised in Missouri ) Johnny Copeland (1937–1997), blues guitarist, singer Larry ... ...966), country musician Doug Sahm (1941–1999), Tejano musician-songwriter Carl St.Clair (born 1952), orchestra conductor St. Vincent (Annie Clark) (... ...iss America 1975 Candice Crawford (born 1986), beauty queen, winner of Miss Missouri USA, competed in the Miss Texas Teen USA pageant and the Mi...

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Epistles from Pap : Letters from the Man Known as 'The Will Rogers of Indiana'

By: E. Durham

... EPISTLES FROM PAP: LETTERS FROM THE by ANDREW E. DURHAM Clas... ...Library.org MAN KNOWN AS 'THE WILL ROGERS OF INDIANA ' Title: EPISTLES FROM PAP: LETTERS FROM THE MAN KNOWN AS 'THE WILL ROGERS OF INDIANA' Auth... ... Gentlemen: It happened only recently during the warm spell. I was in St. Louis, and by chance, met an old school friend who I had not seen ... ...ntlemen: It happened only recently during the warm spell. I was in St. Louis, and by chance, met an old school friend who I had not seen sinc... ...E July 17, 1930 Hon. Harry N. Quigley, General Counsel C.C.C. & St. L. Railway Co. 230 E. 9th St. Cincinnati, Ohio Dear Sir:... ...is not a "fan" letter. . . I probably recognize ten or fifteen actors and actresses at sight. Yesterday I saw a movie magazine. You were telling... ...the Post had come to the house in order to finish the "The Way I Beat Joe Louis" story--and I've never seen, or expect to see, a prize fight eit... ... . . Footser goes to Mexico City, leaving St. Louis June 20 on the Missouri Pacific Lines. She has a lower to San Antonio, then another ...

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Willette Kershaw

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... Willette Kershaw (1882-06-17)June 17, 1882 Clifton Heights, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ... Willette Kershaw (1882-06-17)June 17, 1882 Clifton Heights, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ... Willette Kershaw (1882-06-17)June 17, 1882 Clifton Heights, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ... Willette Kershaw portrait NY Public Library Any NightWillete Kershaw pose in still from a one-act play called , the play a... ...Cards 1882 births 1960 deaths American stage actresses America... ... American stage actresses American silent film actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri ... ... American stage actresses American silent film actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri ... ...ican stage actresses American silent film actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri ... ... stage actresses American silent film actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri 2...

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The History of England from the Accession of James Ii

By: Thomas Babington Macaulay

...ic Library.org THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II Title: THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II Author: THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY Language... ...... ...ught prisoner to London. An English King was crowned at Paris. The banner of St. George was carried far beyond the Pyrenees and the Alps. On the south... ...und would now produce disasters which would be felt from the Hoang−ho to the Missouri, and of which the traces would be discernible at the distance of... ...n, would be a handsome, licentious, and crafty Frenchwoman. Such a woman was Louisa, a lady of the House of Querouaille, whom our rude ancestors calle... ...eted like a King returning to his capital. The bells of the Cathedral and of St. Peter Mancroft were rung: the guns of the castle were fired; and the ... ...nd tight heels, was a refreshing pastime to voluptuaries sick of the airs of actresses and maids of honour. Milliners, toymen, and jewellers came down... ...e was taken were the epilogues. They were almost always recited by favourite actresses; and nothing charmed the depraved audience so much as to hear l... ...es of Charles was not necessary to James. Barbara Palmer, Eleanor Gwynn, and Louisa de Querouaille were among the finest women of their time. James, w...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. I PURPOSE to write the history of England from the accession of King James the Second down to a time which is within the memory of men still living. I shall recount the errors which, in a few months, alienated a loyal gentry and priesthood from the House of Stuart. I...

...Table of Contents: The History of England from the Accession of James II, 1 -- Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1 -- Volume I, 1 -- Chapter I, 1 -- Chapter II, 60 -- Chapter III, 110 -- Chapter IV, 163 -- Chapter V, 197 -- Volume II, 289 -- Chapter VI, 289 -- Chapter VII, ...

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Helen Freeman Corle

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... Helen Freeman (August 3, 1886 – December 25, 1960) was an American actress. Biography She was born as Helen F... ...len Freeman (August 3, 1886 – December 25, 1960) was an American actress. Biography She was born as Helen Freem... ...eman (August 3, 1886 – December 25, 1960) was an American actress. Biography She was born as Helen Freeman in S... ... was head of the bond department of the Cities Service Company in New York, was killed yesterday in an automobile accident near Blythe, Calif., while ... ... Categories 1886 births 1960 deaths Amer... ...ths 1960 deaths American film actresses 20th-century American actresses ... ... 1960 deaths American film actresses 20th-century American actresses ... ... 1960 deaths American film actresses 20th-century American actresses Actre... ... 1960 deaths American film actresses 20th-century American actresses Actresses...

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The History of England from the Accession of James Ii

By: Thomas Babington Macaulay

... by THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY The History of England from the Accession of James II Thomas Babington Macaulay • Volume I • Ch... ...t/Join.htm VOLUME I. CHAPTER I. I PURPOSE to write the history of England from the accession of King James the Second down to a time which is within ... ...ht prisoner to London. An English King was crowned at Paris. The banner of St. George was carried far beyond the Pyrenees and the Alps. On the south o... ...d would now produce disasters which would be felt from the Hoang-ho to the Missouri, and of which the traces would be discernible at the distance of a... ... would be a handsome, licentious, and crafty Frenchwoman. Such a woman was Louisa, a lady of the House of Querouaille, whom our rude ancestors called ... ...ed like a King returning to his capital. The bells of the Cathedral and of St. Peter Mancroft were rung: the guns of the castle were fired; and the Ma... ... tight heels, was a refreshing pastime to voluptuaries sick of the airs of actresses and maids of honour. Milliners, toymen, and jewellers came down f... ...was taken were the epilogues. They were almost always recited by favourite actresses; and nothing charmed the depraved audience so much as to hear lin... ...harles was 273 not necessary to James. Barbara Palmer, Eleanor Gwynn, and Louisa de Querouaille were among the finest women of their time. James, whe...

...VOLUME I. CHAPTER I: I PURPOSE to write the history of England from the accession of King James the Second down to a time which is within the memory of men still living. I shall recount the errors which, in a few months, alienated a loyal gentry and priesthood from the House of Stuart. I...

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Mary Arden (actress)

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... Born (1933-07-30) July 30, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ... Born (1933-07-30) July 30, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ... Born (1933-07-30) July 30, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. ... ...wne Arden (born July 30, 1933) is a former American actress, who worked in both Hollywood and Italy. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri, but moved to... ...Arden (born July 30, 1933) is a former American actress, who worked in both Hollywood and Italy. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri, but moved to NYC... ... Categories Articles lacking in-text citations from January 2013 ... ... American expatriates in Italy Living people American film actresses 2... ... 20th-century American actresses American female models Actresses from St. Louis, Missour... ... 20th-century American actresses American female models Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri ...

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Dictionary of Phrase and Fable : E. Cobham Brewer from the New and Enlarged Edition of 1894

By: Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, Ll. D.

...... .............................................................1 E. COBHAM BREWER FROM THE NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION OF 1894..........................1 A ..... ...abergeon to keep the body from being chafed or bruised. (French, hocqueton.) Actresses Female characters used to be played by boys. Coryat, in his Cru... ...rastus was slain by Rinaldo. — Tasso: Jerusalem Delivered. Book xx. Adrian (St.) represented, in Christian art, with an anvil, and a sword or axe clo... ...t. He had his limbs cut off on a smith's anvil, and was afterwards beheaded. St. Adrian is the patron saint of the Flemish brewers. Adriel in Dryden's... ...appens when I am dead and gone.” So said Mdme. de Pompadour, the mistress of Louis XV. (1722——1764). Metternich, the Austrian statesman (1773——1859), ... ...of the chief rivers, as: Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Amethea (See Horse .) Amethyst A species o... ...to have been brought from heaven by a dove for the coronation service of St. Louis. It was preserved at Rheims till the first Revolution, when it was ... ... in compliment to his former master. Old Women in theatrical parlance, means actresses who take the part of “old women.” In full companies there are f...

...ed to teach children addition and subtraction. The ancient Greeks and Romans employed it for calculations, and so do the Chinese. The word is derived from the Phoen. abak (dust); the Orientals used tables covered with dust for ciphering and diagrams. In Turkish schools this method is still used for teaching writing. The multiplication table invented by Pythagoras is called...

...Table of Contents: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1 -- E. COBHAM BREWER FROM THE NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION OF 1894, 1 -- A, 1 -- B, 182 -- C, 447 -- D, 741 -- E, 916 -- F, 1002 -- G, 1140 -- H, 1301 -- I, 1470 -- J, 1528 -- K, 1587 -- L, 1641 -- M, 1786 -- N, 1973 -- O, 2043 -- P, 2094 -- Q, 2293 ...

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Margaret Campbell

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... Born (1883-04-24)April 24, 1883 St. Louis, Missouri Died ... ...n (1883-04-24)April 24, 1883 St. Louis, Missouri Died ... ... (1883-04-24)April 24, 1883 St. Louis, Missouri Died ... ...s 5 Career Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Campbell had been the leading lady of the Bramhall Pla... ... Career Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Campbell had been the leading lady of the Bramhall Players... ...ckard, into films and was usually cast as rather grand ladies. She retired from the screen at the advent of sound. Death ... ... The Home Maker (1925) The Lady from Hell (1926) Monte Carlo (1926) ... ... 1939 deaths American silent film actresses American film actresses ... ... American film actresses American stage actresses Murdered actresses Ac...

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Strictly Business

By: William Sydney Porter (O’Henry)

...blic Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membe... ...than your own (madam) if they weren't padded. Chorus girls are inseparable from peroxide, Panhards and Pittsburg. All shows walk back to New York on t... ...hows walk back to New York on tan oxford and railroad ties. Irreproachable actresses reserve the comic-landlady part for their mothers on Broadway and... ...hen I'm past doing my stunts. No Old Ladies' Home or Retreat for Imprudent Actresses for me. "If you want to make this a business partnership, Mr. Ha... ...rative hair and the proper number of toes will fill the bill. Miss Clarice St. Vavasour, the well-known model, will pose for it in the "Lethergogallag... ...It took them two days with the aid of two guides to reach the monastery of St. Gondrau. It stood upon a frozen, wind-swept crag with the snow piled ab... ...ver been East before. My name's R. P. Bolder—Bolder Son, of Hickory Grove, Missouri." Though unprepared, I rose to the emergency, as men will when pu... ... "You will conduct this gentleman," said the lady, "Downstairs. Then tell Louis to get out the Mercedes and take him to whatever place he wishes to g... ...f an hour of your time I'll prove to you that I am right. I'll prove it by Louise." "Your wife!" exclaimed Westbrook. "How?" "Well, not exactly by h...

...: Leading ladies have five husbands, paste diamonds, and figures no better than your own (madam) if they weren't padded. Chorus girls are inseparable from peroxide, Panhards and Pittsburg. All shows walk back to New York on tan oxford and railroad ties. Irreproachable actresses reserve the comic-landlady part for their mothers on Broadway and their step-aunts on......

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Virginia Gibson

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... Virginia Gorski (1925-04-09)April 9, 1925 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Di... ... Virginia Gorski (1925-04-09)April 9, 1925 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ...Virginia Gorski (1925-04-09)April 9, 1925 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ...n series, not to be confused with The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. From the early 1960s to the early 1970s she co-hosted, with Frank Buxton (a... ... 1925 births 2013 deaths Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri American televisio... ...5 births 2013 deaths Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri American television actresse... ...ths 2013 deaths Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri American television actresses ... ... 2013 deaths Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri American television actresses ... ...tresses from St. Louis, Missouri American television actresses American film actresses ...

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Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1

By: Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, Ll. D.

......FREDERICK BARNARD BERNHARDT AS CLEOPATRA..............._From a Photograph from Life ABBE CONSTANTIN......................MADELEINE LEMAIRE CAPTAIN ... ......J. KOPPAY CATARINA............................. CHARLES IX. ON THE EVE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW...P. GROTJOHANN CHARLOTTE CORDAY AND MARAT..........JULES... ...STIGAN (CAPTAIN)...................F. BARNARD COVERLEY (SIR ROGER DE) COMING FROM CHURCH...CHAS. R. LESLIE CYMON AND IPHIGENIA..................SIR FR... ... is Andronicus, but the character of this play is purely fictitious.) Aaron (St.), a British martyr of the City of Legions ( Newport, in South Wales).... ...ay him in his grave upon the garden hill.—Ouida, Ariadne, i. 7. ACTORS AND ACTRESSES. The last male actor that took a woman's character on the stage... ...intelligence, tried once, twice to speak, and the third time succeeded: “LouisLouisian—a—for—ever!“ and lay still. They put those two words on ... ...ed queen of the Hoamen (2 syl.), an Indian tribe settled on the south of the Missouri. He is described as a brutal savage, wily, deceitful, and cruel.... ...catching flies; of Ferdinand VII., of Spain, was embroidering petticoats; of Louis XVI., clock and lock making; of George IV., the game of patience. A... ...ized their territory, and established themselves on a southern branch of the Missouri, having Aztlan as their imperial city. When Madoc conquered the ...

...'icus, published among the plays of Shakespeare (1593). (The classic name is Andronicus, but the character of this play is purely fictitious.) Aaron (St.), a British martyr of the City of Legions ( Newport, in South Wales). He was torn limb from limb by order of Maximian'us Hercu'lius, general in Britain, of the army of Diocle'tian. Two churches were founded in the City of...

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Violet Wilkey

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... Born Violet Louise Wilkey (1903-01-10)January 10, 1903 St. Louis,... ... Violet Louise Wilkey (1903-01-10)January 10, 1903 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Di... ...ouise Wilkey (1903-01-10)January 10, 1903 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ...g the early silent film era. Violet Wilkey was born in St. Louis, Missouri to an English father named Arthur Wilkey and an America... ...e early silent film era. Violet Wilkey was born in St. Louis, Missouri to an English father named Arthur Wilkey and an American mo... ...cluding one of actor/director Tod Browning's early efforts The Burned Hand from 1915. Other notable films of the period were the Lloyd Ingraham direct... ...ickford in the title role. Wilkey subsequently retired from the screen at the age of fifteen in 1917. ... ... VIAF not on Wikidata American film actresses American silent film actresses ... ... American silent film actresses American child actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri ...

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Volume 10 of Brann the Iconoclast

By: William Cowper Brann

...SAYING TOMMIE WATSON'S TOMMYROT PILLS AND POLITICS BEHIND TEE SCENES IN ST. LOUIS THE STAGE AND STAGE DEGENERATES "THE CHRISTIAN" SALMAGUNDI S... ...NG TOMMIE WATSON'S TOMMYROT PILLS AND POLITICS BEHIND TEE SCENES IN ST. LOUIS THE STAGE AND STAGE DEGENERATES "THE CHRISTIAN" SALMAGUNDI SOME ... ... SALMAGUNDI THE FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES GINX'S BABY WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MISSOURI DOLCE FAR NIENTE AND DOLLARS. The dispatches state th... ...ing, Waler-hob-nobbing fame, has managed to reap such pronounced benefits from the revival in business. It is notorious among railroad men that one ... ...ies of 'reforms,' the chief feature of which was the cutting salaries of from 20 to 40 per cent, especially among the office men, and at the same t... ...s he want with such Gibraltars as those at Van Couver, Halifax, Bermuda, St. Lucia and half a dozen other points if he loves us so dearly as Anglom... ... While the preachers were hustling out of the fever infected districts of Louisiana, the Sisters of Charity were hurrying in from points as far dist... ...rman--that is to say, clean and cheap,--was patronized by many actors and actresses. They had little rooms upstairs, got their morning coffee in the... ...r no resemblance to Antinous. Thousands of men and women are actors and actresses, but they do not differ in type. They are to be recognized anywh...

...DE AND DEMI-MONDE MACHIAVELLI THE AMATEUR EDITOR SPEAKING FOR MYSELF AS I WAS SAYING TOMMIE WATSON'S TOMMYROT PILLS AND POLITICS BEHIND TEE SCENES IN ST. LOUIS THE STAGE AND STAGE DEGENERATES THE CHRISTIAN SALMAGUNDI SOME ECONOMIC IDIOCY AN EPISCOPALIAN MISTAKE GLORY OF THE NEW GARTER TWO OF A KIND THE SAW-MILL CHECK SYSTEM LOVE AS AN INTOXICANT THE SWORD AND THE CROSS A C...

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Kathryn Adams

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... Publicity photo of Adams from Who's Who on the Screen (1920) ... ... Ethalinda Colson (1893-05-25)May 25, 1893 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Di... ... Ethalinda Colson (1893-05-25)May 25, 1893 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ...Ethalinda Colson (1893-05-25)May 25, 1893 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ... Biography Born Ethalinda Colson in St. Louis, Missouri, Adams entered films in 1915 after a brief and rather u... ... Biography Born Ethalinda Colson in St. Louis, Missouri, Adams entered films in 1915 after a brief and rather unsuc... ...a brief appearance in the 1931 version of The Squaw Man, Adams disappeared from films after 1925. On February 17, 1959, Adams died... ...aths from myocardial infarction American silent film actresses 1893 births 1959 deat... ... 1893 births 1959 deaths Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri 20th-century Ameri...

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Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10

By: William Cowper Brann

.................................................110 WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MISSOURI?................................................................... ...racing, Waler−hob−nobbing fame, has managed to reap such pronounced benefits from the revival in business. It is notorious among railroad men that one... ... series of 'reforms,' the chief feature of which was the cutting salaries of from 20 to 40 per cent, especially among the office men, and at the same ... ... does he want with such Gibraltars as those at Van Couver, Halifax, Bermuda, St. Lucia and half a dozen other points if he loves us so dearly as Anglo... ... 7 While the preachers were hustling out of the fever infected districts of Louisiana, the Sisters of Charity were hurrying in from points as far dis... ...ild a large zinc−lined political coffin and bury the whole crowd. . . . The St. Louis Mirror, the brightest weekly in the world, recently had a remar... ...a large zinc−lined political coffin and bury the whole crowd. . . . The St. Louis Mirror, the brightest weekly in the world, recently had a remarkabl... ...ry German that is to say, clean and cheap, was patronized by many actors and actresses. They had little rooms upstairs, got their morning coffee in th... ...s bear no resemblance to Antinous. Thousands of men and women are actors and actresses, but they do not differ in type. They are to be recognized anyw...

... AND POLITICS, 77 -- THE CHRISTIAN., 85 -- A COUPLE OF UNCLEAN COYOTES, 98 -- A BIGOTED ARCHBISHOP, 103 -- GINX'S BABY, 110 -- WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MISSOURI?, 116...

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Laura Sawyer

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Brann the Iconoclast, Vol. 10

By: William Cowper Brann

...TES. • A BIGOTED ARCHBISHOP. • GINX'S BABY. • WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MISSOURI? Scanned by Charles Keller DOLCE FAR NIENTE AND DOLLARS. The disp... ...cing, Waler-hob-nobbing fame, has managed to reap such pronounced benefits from the revival in business. It is notorious among railroad men that one o... ...eries of 'reforms,' the chief feature of which was the cutting salaries of from 20 to 40 per cent, especially among the office men, and at the same t... ...oes he want with such Gibraltars as those at Van Couver, Halifax, Bermuda, St. Lucia and half a dozen other points if he loves us so dearly as Angloma... ... While the preachers were hustling out of the fever infected districts of Louisiana, the Sisters of Charity were hurrying in from points as far dista... ... a large zinc-lined political coffin and bury the whole crowd. . . . The St. Louis Mirror, the brightest weekly in the world, recently had a remarka... ...arge zinc-lined political coffin and bury the whole crowd. . . . The St. Louis Mirror, the brightest weekly in the world, recently had a remarkably ... ... German—that is to say, clean and cheap,—was patronized by many actors and actresses. They had little rooms upstairs, got their morning coffee in the ... ...ear no resemblance to Antinous. Thousands of men and women are actors and actresses, but they do not differ in type. They are to be recognized anywhe...

...S I WAS SAYING. · PILLS AND POLITICS. · THE CHRISTIAN. · A COUPLE OF UNCLEAN COYOTES. · A BIGOTED ARCHBISHOP. · GINX'S BABY. · WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MISSOURI?...

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Mary Treen

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... Born Mary Louise Summers (1907-03-27)March 27, 1907 St. Louis, ... ... Mary Louise Summers (1907-03-27)March 27, 1907 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Di... ...Louise Summers (1907-03-27)March 27, 1907 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Died ... ... Life and career She was born Mary Louise Summers in St. Louis, Missouri. Her father died while she was an inf... ... Life and career She was born Mary Louise Summers in St. Louis, Missouri. Her father died while she was an infant, and she was r... ...running role was as Hilda, the maid and baby nurse, in sixty-four episodes from 1962 to 1965 of the NBC and CBS sitcom, The Joey Bishop Show. Earlier,... ... It's a Wonderful Life, 1946 From This Day Forward, 1946 The Birds and the Bees... ...rths 1989 deaths American film actresses American television actresses ... ... American television actresses Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri Actresses from Los...

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Roundabout Papers

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...blic Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membe... ...NG-ROOMS. • TUNBRIDGE TOYS. • DE JUVENTUTE. • ON A JOKE I ONCE HEARD FROM THE LATE THOMAS HOOD. • ROUND ABOUT THE CHRISTMAS TREE. • ON A CHA... ...ncient British king, saint, and martyr, Lucius,* who founded the Church of St. Peter, on Cornhill. Few people note the church now-a- days, and fewer e... ...all his peculiar position with regard to Cornhill, I beheld this figure of St. Lucius with more interest than I should have bestowed upon personages w... ...of The Two Children in Black? 7 ON RIBBONS. The uncle of the present Sir Louis N. Bonaparte, K.G., inaugurated his reign as Emperor over the neighbo... ...s would naturally have preferred to restore their good old orders of Saint Louis, Saint Esprit, and Saint Michel; but France had taken the ribbon of t... ...ay that the characters of the corps de ballet, as also those of actors and actresses, are superior to the snarlings of dyspeptic libellers, or the spi... ... angels, who sang, acted, and danced. When I remember the Adelphi, and the actresses there: when I think of Miss Chester, and Miss Love, and Mrs. Serl... ...tucky lady must feel, suppose she should hear that there is, let us say, a Missouri prodigy, with a beard larger than hers? Consider how she is separa...

...tle old town of Coire or Chur, in the Grisons, where lies buried that very ancient British king, saint, and martyr, Lucius, who founded the Church of St. Peter, on Cornhill. Few people note the church now-a- days, and fewer ever heard of the saint. In the cathedral at Chur, his statue appears surrounded by other sainted persons of his family. With tight red breeches, a Rom...

...NS. · ON SOME LATE GREAT VICTORIES. · THORNS IN THE CUSHION. · ON SCREENS IN DINING-ROOMS. · TUNBRIDGE TOYS. · DE JUVENTUTE. · ON A JOKE I ONCE HEARD FROM THE LATE THOMAS HOOD. · ROUND ABOUT THE CHRISTMAS TREE. · ON A CHALK-MARK ON THE DOOR · ON BEING FOUND OUT. · ON A HUNDRED YEARS HENCE. · SMALL-BEER CHRONICLE. · OGRES. · ON TWO ROUNDABOUT PAPERS WHICH I INTENDED TO WRIT...

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Collinsville, Illinois

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... Collinsville is a city located mainly in Madison County, and partially in St. Clair County, both in Illinois. As of the 2010 census, the city had a p... ...s. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 25,579, an increase from 24,707 in 2000. Collinsville is approximately 12 miles from St. Louis,... ... increase from 24,707 in 2000. Collinsville is approximately 12 miles from St. Louis, Missouri[1] and is considered part of that city's Metro-East are... ...rease from 24,707 in 2000. Collinsville is approximately 12 miles from St. Louis, Missouri[1] and is considered part of that city's Metro-East area.[2... ...rom 24,707 in 2000. Collinsville is approximately 12 miles from St. Louis, Missouri[1] and is considered part of that city's Metro-East area.[2] Famou... ...ated at (38.674398, -89.995402),[5] approximately 12 miles due east of St Louis. According to the 2010 census, the city has a tot... ...merican, 0.8% Native American, 1.1% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, and 1.7% from other races (according to the "race alone of in combination" section o... ...insville Antoinette and Alexandra Picatto, sister actresses; born in Collinsville Robert Prager, Ger... ...llinois Missouri ...

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Roundabout Papers

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

................................................29 ON A JOKE I ONCE HEARD FROM THE LATE THOMAS HOOD.............................................. ... DINING−ROOMS. • TUNBRIDGE TOYS. • DE JUVENTUTE. • ON A JOKE I ONCE HEARD FROM THE LATE THOMAS HOOD. • ROUND ABOUT THE CHRISTMAS TREE. • ON A CHA... ...cient British king, saint, and martyr, Lucius,* who founded the Church of St. Peter, on Roundabout Papers 1 Cornhill. Few people note the church ... ...all his peculiar position with regard to Cornhill, I beheld this figure of St. Lucius with more interest than I should have bestowed upon personag... ...dle of The Two Children in Black? ON RIBBONS. The uncle of the present Sir Louis N. Bonaparte, K.G., inaugurated his reign as Emperor over the nei... ... would naturally have preferred to restore their good old orders of Saint Louis, Saint Esprit, and Saint Michel; but France had taken the ribbon ... ...say that the characters of the corps de ballet, as also those of actors and actresses, are superior to the snarlings of dyspeptic libellers, or the ... ...angels, who sang, acted, and danced. When I remember the Adelphi, and the actresses there: when I think of Miss Chester, and Miss Love, and Mrs. S... ...ucky lady must feel, suppose she should hear that there is, let us say, a Missouri prodigy, with a beard larger than hers? Consider how she is s...

...le old town of Coire or Chur, in the Grisons, where lies buried that very ancient British king, saint, and martyr, Lucius,* who founded the Church of St. Peter, on Cornhill. Few people note the church now?a? days, and fewer ever heard of the saint. In the cathedral at Chur, his statue appears surrounded by other sainted persons of his family. With tight red breeches, a Rom...

...REAT VICTORIES, 15 -- THORNS IN THE CUSHION, 18 -- ON SCREENS IN DINING?ROOMS, 23 -- TUNBRIDGE TOYS, 26 -- DE JUVENTUTE, 29 -- ON A JOKE I ONCE HEARD FROM THE LATE THOMAS HOOD, 35 -- ROUND ABOUT THE CHRISTMAS TREE, 41 -- ON A CHALK?MARK ON THE DOOR, 45 -- ON BEING FOUND OUT, 50 -- ON A HUNDRED YEARS HENCE, 53 -- SMALL?BEER CHRONICLE, 57 -- OGRES, 61 -- ON TWO ROUNDABOUT PA...

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Kathleen Nolan

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... Jocelyn Schrum (1933-09-27) September 27, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Sp... ...Jocelyn Schrum (1933-09-27) September 27, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Spouse... ... Schrum (1933-09-27) September 27, 1933 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Spouse(s) ... ... Kathleen Nolan (born September 27, 1933) is an American actress. From 1957 to 1962, she played the role of Kate McCoy, a housewife in the Wa... ... Life and career Born as Jocelyn Schrum in St. Louis, Missouri, Nolan achieved fame as the first female President of t... ... Life and career Born as Jocelyn Schrum in St. Louis, Missouri, Nolan achieved fame as the first female President of the S... ...eason of The Real McCoys (1962–63), Nolan left the series. It was switched from ABC to CBS and moved from Thursday to Sunday evenings opposite Bonanza... ... Actors Studio members American film actresses American musical theatre actresses ... ... American musical theatre actresses American stage actresses American television actresses ...

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A Tramp Abroad, Illustrated, Vol. 7

By: Mark Twain

...Public Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Mem... ...y Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) First published in 1880 Illustrations taken from an 1880 First Edition * * * * * * 2 ILLUSTRATIONS: 1 PORTRAIT OF T... ...314 STYLE 315 SPECIMENS FROM OLD MASTERS 316 AN OLD MASTER 317 THE LION OF ST MARK 318 OH TO BE AT RRST! 319 THE WORLD'S MASTERPIECE 320 TAIL PIECE... ...ional Tourists —Basson's Famed Picture—The Hair Trunk CHAPTER XLIX In Venice—St Mark's Cathedral—Discovery of an Antique—The Riches of St Mark's—A Ch... ...tyle. It was seven weeks after the first fall of the Empire, and poor Marie Louise, ex-Empress was a fugitive. She came at night, and in a storm, wit... ...es: Chicago, deaths in 1,000 population annually, 16; Philadelphia, 18; St. Louis, 18; San Francisco, 19; New York (the Dublin of America), 23. See ... ...nly the strings but the brawny hand that manipulated them—and the actors and actresses all talked in the same voice, too. The audience stood in front ... .... Woodcock. Canvas-back-duck, from Baltimore. Prairie liens, from Illinois. Missouri partridges, broiled. 'Possum. Coon. Boston bacon and beans. Baco...

...ting, alert, expectant, interested—for it was train-time. That is to say, it was diligence-time— the half-dozen big diligences would soon be arriving from Geneva, and the village was interested, in many ways, in knowing how many people were coming and what sort of folk they might be. It was altogether the livest-looking street we had seen in any village on the continent. T...

...athedral—Style in Church —The Old Masters—Tintoretto's great Picture—Emotional Tourists —Basson's Famed Picture—The Hair Trunk CHAPTER XLIX In Venice—St Mark's Cathedral—Discovery of an Antique—The Riches of St Mark's—A Church Robber—Trusting Secrets to a Friend —The Robber Hanged—A Private Dinner—European Food CHAPTER L Why Some things Are—Art in Rome and Florence—The Fig...

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Jean Rouverol

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... Born (1916-07-08) July 8, 1916 St. Louis, Missouri, US Othe... ...n (1916-07-08) July 8, 1916 St. Louis, Missouri, US Other&nb... ... (1916-07-08) July 8, 1916 St. Louis, Missouri, US Other name... ... Biography Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she is the daughter of playwright Aurania Rouverol[1] ... ... Biography Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she is the daughter of playwright Aurania Rouverol[1] (188... ...t Ingo Preminger (brother of director Otto Preminger) arranged for friends from the Writers Guild of America to put their names on the scripts. ... ... In 2000, the very active eighty-four-year-old Rouverol published Refugees from Hollywood: A Journal of the Blacklist Years, that told the story of he... ...data 1916 births American film actresses American screenwriters ... ...lywood blacklist Living people Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri Writers Guild of A...

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Memoirs

By: Prince de Joinville

...blic Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membe... ...n, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY LADY MARY LOYD CHAPTER I. 1818-1830 I was born at Neuill... ...esse de Bourbon, a tiny little woman; and being taken to see the Princesse Louise de Conde at the Temple, and then I remember seeing Talma act in Char... ...really is exceedingly clear in my recollection is a family dinner given by Louis XVIII. at the Tuileries on Twelfth Night, 1824. Even now, sixty-six y... ... his friend to the last. I took care he should end his days in the park at St. Cloud, where he roamed in freedom, with a stable of his own to retire i... ... all eyes and ears in spite of that, and nothing in the play of the tragic actresses—Madame Duchesnois, Madame Paradol, and Madame Bourgoin—ever escap... ...s same Heymes, one of the few survivors of General Leclerc's expedition to St. Domingo, had, on leaving that charnel-house, become aide-de-camp to Mar... ...wed any excitement except just as we were passing by the confluence of the Missouri with the Mississippi. Whether it was some superstitious feeling th...

...hat I recollect being at the Chateau of Meudon with my great-aunt, the Duchesse de Bourbon, a tiny little woman; and being taken to see the Princesse Louise de Conde at the Temple, and then I remember seeing Talma act in Charles the Bold, and the great impression his gilt cuirass made upon me. But the first event that really is exceedingly clear in my recollection is a fam...

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Kimora Lee Simmons

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... Kimora Lee Perkins[1] (1975-05-04) May 4, 1975 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Sp... ...Kimora Lee Perkins[1] (1975-05-04) May 4, 1975 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Spouse... ...Lee Perkins[1] (1975-05-04) May 4, 1975 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Spouse(s) ... ... Early life Simmons was born in St. Louis, Missouri.[4][5] Her Japanese mother, Joanne Perkins,[6] was adop... ... Early life Simmons was born in St. Louis, Missouri.[4][5] Her Japanese mother, Joanne Perkins,[6] was adopted ... ...ry 2006. The book is set to function as a 'lifestyle manual' on everything from spirituality and finances to fashion and beauty. She has also launched... ...Goddess, Baby Phat Fabulosity, Love me, and the last fragrance she put out from her time with Baby Phat, Dare Me. Simmons sponsore... ...AF not on Wikidata 1975 births Actresses from St. Louis, Missouri African-American b... ...erican reality television series American television actresses African-American actresses ...

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Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White, V1

By: Andrew Dickson White

..............................................................29 CHAPTER III. FROM JACKSON TO FILLMORE¡832−1851 ...................................... ...........................................199 CHAPTER XXVI. AS ATTACHE AT ST. PETERSBURG¡854−1855 .......................................199 CHA... ...HAPTER II. YALE AND EUROPE¡850−1857 • PART II. POLITICAL LIFE • CHAPTER III. FROM JACKSON TO FILLMORE¡832−1851 • CHAPTER IV. EARLY MANHOOD¡851−1857 • ... ...S¡881−1885 • PART V. IN THE DIPLOMATIC SERVICE • CHAPTER XXVI. AS ATTACHE AT ST. PETERSBURG¡854−1855 • CHAPTER XXVII. AS ATTACHE AND BEARER OF DESPATC... ...ions of Scott and Pierce; their qualities. Senator Douglas. Abolition of the Missouri Compromise. Growth of ill feeling between North and South. Pro−s... ...on rapid changes in French Ministries. Convention on copyright. Victor Hugo. Louis Blanc, his opinion of Thiers. Troubles of the American Minister; a ... ...rs, the tombs of the Angevine kings at Fontevrault, and the stone cottage of Louis XI at ClEry. Visiting the grave of Cha^ > teaubriand at St. Malo, w... ...a mixture of motives, personal and public, had proposed the abolition of the Missouri Compromise, which since the year 1820 had been the bulwark of th... ...ons in the two post−coaches were very lively, being mainly French actors and actresses who had just finished their winter campaign in Russia; and, whe...

... 12 -- Chapter I. BOYHOOD IN CENTRAL NEW YORKí832?1850, 12 -- Chapter II. YALE AND EUROPEí850?1857, 20 -- PART II. POLITICAL LIFE, 29 -- Chapter III. FROM JACKSON TO FILLMOREí832?1851, 29 -- Chapter IV. EARLY MANHOODí851?1857, 36 -- Chapter V. THE CIVIL WAR PERIODí857?1864, 45 -- Chapter VI. SENATORSHIP AT ALBANYí864?1865, 53 -- Chapter VII. SENATORSHIP AT ALBANYí865?1867,...

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Kate Baldwin

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... Biography Born in Evanston, Illinois, Baldwin graduated from Shorewood High School in 1993, and... ...production of South Pacific.[3] Additional credits include The Sound of Music and The Music Man at The Muny in St. Louis, Missouri[2][4] and Charlotte... ...uction of South Pacific.[3] Additional credits include The Sound of Music and The Music Man at The Muny in St. Louis, Missouri[2][4] and Charlotte in ... ...of South Pacific.[3] Additional credits include The Sound of Music and The Music Man at The Muny in St. Louis, Missouri[2][4] and Charlotte in A Littl... ...lodies with ease."[6] She reprised the role in the Broadway revival that brought the Encores production to the St. James Theatre in October 2009. Her ... ...don (May 19 - June 26, 2010).[10] The Telegraph reviewer wrote of her performance: "The best performance comes from Kate Baldwin, who is both affectin... ...!, Paper Mill Playhouse, June 2006[21] Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, The Muny, St. Louis, August 2006[22] ... ...births Living people American female singers Actresses from Evanston, Illinois ... ...y alumni People from Shorewood, Wisconsin American musical theatre actresses Actress...

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Scarhaven Keep

By: J. S. Fletcher

................................................53 CHAPTER XV. THE CABLEGRAM FROM NEW YORK ............................................................ ...I. MR. DENNIE • CHAPTER XIV. BY PRIVATE TREATY • CHAPTER XV. THE CABLEGRAM FROM NEW YORK • CHAPTER XVI. IN TOUCH WITH THE MISSING • CHAPTER XVII. ... ...he toured in a lot of American towns—I only went to three—New York, Chicago, St. Louis. I suppose,” she continued, turning to Copplestone with a sugge... ...oured in a lot of American towns—I only went to three—New York, Chicago, St. Louis. I suppose,” she continued, turning to Copplestone with a suggestio... ...ad vanished. CHAPTER XIII. MR. DENNIE Amongst the little group of actors and actresses who had come over from Norcaster to hear all that was to be tol... ...he went off to the little station, joined Stafford and his fellow actors and actresses, and returned with them to Norcaster. And at Norcaster Mr. Denn... ...nd I had no opportunity of reading anything for a time. Later on, we went to St. Louis, and there, of course, Bassett, as usual, was much feted and we... ... had no opportunity of reading anything for a time. Later on, we went to St. Louis, and there, of course, Bassett, as usual, was much feted and went o... ... me in the shipping lists. This is what he says: 'Marston Greyle, St. Louis, Missouri, booked first−class passenger from New York to Falmouth, England...

...ho exchanged the first greetings, of whom one could make useful inquiries, who always knew exactly what advice to give about lodgings and landladies. From noon onwards of Mondays, when the newcomers began to arrive at the theatre for the customary one o?clock call for rehearsal, Jerramy was invariably employed in hearing that he didn?t look a day older, and was as blooming...

...BRAMBLES, 41 -- Chapter XII. GOOD MEN AND TRUE, 46 -- Chapter XIII. MR. DENNIE, 50 -- Chapter XIV. BY PRIVATE TREATY, 53 -- Chapter XV. THE CABLEGRAM FROM NEW YORK, 58 -- Chapter XVI. IN TOUCH WITH THE MISSING, 62 -- Chapter XVII. THE OLD PLAYBILL, 66 -- Chapter XVIII. THE LIE ON THE TOMBSTONE, 70 -- Chapter XIX. THE STEAM YACHT, 73 -- Chapter XX. THE COURTEOUS CAPTAIN, 77...

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Frank Faylen

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...985) was an American movie and television actor . Born Frank Ruf in St. Louis, Missouri, he began his acting career as an infant appearing with... ... was an American movie and television actor . Born Frank Ruf in St. Louis, Missouri, he began his acting career as an infant appearing with his... ... American movie and television actor . Born Frank Ruf in St. Louis, Missouri, he began his acting career as an infant appearing with his vaude... ...t 200 films. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but not on the St. Louis Walk of Fame . Personal life Faylen was married to Carol Hughe... ...0 films. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but not on the St. Louis Walk of Fame . Personal life Faylen was married to Carol Hughes, a... .... Personal life Faylen was married to Carol Hughes, an actress. He died from pneumonia in 1985. He was interred in the San Fernando Mission Ceme... ... California . His two daughters, Catherine "Kay" and Carol, have both been actresses. Kay was Regis Philbin 's first wife. Selected filmography ...

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Complete Prose Works

By: Walt Whitman

................................................................26 THE WOUNDED FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE ..................................................... .......................................................................41 ITEMS FROM MY NOTE BOOKS ...................................................... .............................................................................94 MISSOURI STATE ............................................................. ............................................................................103 ST. LOUIS MEMORANDA ....................................................... ........................................................................103 ST. LOUIS MEMORANDA ........................................................... ...NADA ................................................................109 THE ST. LAWRENCE LINE ........................................................ ...WOMEN OF THE WEST • THE SILENT GENERAL • PRESIDENT HAYES'S SPEECHES • ST. LOUIS MEMORANDA • NIGHTS ON THE MISSISSIPPI • UPON OUR OWN LAND • EDGA... ...e audience rush generally upon it, at least the strong men do—the actors and actresses are all there in their play−costumes and painted faces, with mo... ...ated soldiers, the audience and the crowd, the stage, and all its actors and actresses, its paint−pots, spangles, and gas−lights—the life blood from t...

...THE WHITE HOUSE BY MOONLIGHT, 25 -- AN ARMY HOSPITAL WARD, 25 -- A CONNECTICUT CASE, 26 -- TWO BROOKLYN BOYS, 26 -- A SECESH BRAVE, 26 -- THE WOUNDED FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE, 27 -- A NIGHT BATTLE OVER A WEEK SINCE, 27 -- UNNAMED REMAINS THE BRAVEST SOLDIER, 28 -- SOME SPECIMEN CASES, 29 -- MY PREPARATIONS FOR VISITS, 30 -- AMBULANCE PROCESSIONS, 30 -- BAD WOUNDS?THE YOUNG, 3...

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Pooja Kumar

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... Born (1977-02-04) February 4, 1977 St. Louis, Missouri, United States ... ... Born (1977-02-04) February 4, 1977 St. Louis, Missouri, United States ... ... Born (1977-02-04) February 4, 1977 St. Louis, Missouri, United States ... ...s Early life Pooja was born into a Mathur[1] family in St. Louis, Missouri.[2] Her parents are... ... Early life Pooja was born into a Mathur[1] family in St. Louis, Missouri.[2] Her parents are imm... ... Pooja was born into a Mathur[1] family in St. Louis, Missouri.[2] Her parents are immigrants from India; her father is from Dehradun... ...he had also signed to appear alongside Karthik in Chithra Lakshmanan's Chinna Raja, but was eventually dropped from the film.[7] P... ... American female models American people of Indian descent Actresses of Indian descent ... ... Actresses of Indian descent American models of Asian descent Actresses in Tamil cinema ...

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Complete Prose Works Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy

By: Walt Whitman

... A Connecticut Case Two Brooklyn Boys A Secesh Brave The Wounded from Chancellorsville A Night Battle over a Week Since Unnamed Remain... ... A Glimpse of War's Hell-Scenes Gifts--Money--Discrimination Items from My Note Books A Case from Second Bull Run Army Surgeons--Aid Def... ...p Swallows on the River Begin a Long Jaunt West In the Sleeper Missouri State Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas The Prairies--(and an Unde... ...e Women of the West The Silent General President Hayes's Speeches St. Louis Memoranda Nights on the Mississippi Upon our Own Land Ed... ...men of the West The Silent General President Hayes's Speeches St. Louis Memoranda Nights on the Mississippi Upon our Own Land Edgar ... ... Grand Native Growth A Zollverein between the U. S. and Canada The St. Lawrence Line The Savage Saguenay Capes Eternity and Trinity C... ...re with all those wooded, hilly, healthy surroundings, my dearest mother, Louisa Van Velsor, grew up--(her mother, Amy Williams, of the Friends' or ... ...dience rush generally upon it, at least the strong men do--the actors and actresses are all there in their play-costumes and painted faces, with mor... ...d soldiers, the audience and the crowd, the stage, and all its actors and actresses, its paint-pots, spangles, and gas-lights--the life blood from t...

...and Persons Patent-Office Hospital The White House by Moonlight An Army Hospital Ward A Connecticut Case Two Brooklyn Boys A Secesh Brave The Wounded from Chancellorsville A Night Battle over a Week Since Unnamed Remains the Bravest Soldier Some Specimen Cases My Preparations for Visits Ambulance Processions Bad Wounds--the Young 3...

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Jean Bell

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Complete Prose Works Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy

By: Walt Whitman

... A Connecticut Case Two Brooklyn Boys A Secesh Brave The Wounded from Chancellorsville A Night Battle over a Week Since Unnamed Remain... ... A Glimpse of War's Hell-Scenes Gifts--Money--Discrimination Items from My Note Books A Case from Second Bull Run Army Surgeons--Aid Def... ...p Swallows on the River Begin a Long Jaunt West In the Sleeper Missouri State Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas The Prairies--(and an Unde... ...e Women of the West The Silent General President Hayes's Speeches St. Louis Memoranda Nights on the Mississippi Upon our Own Land Ed... ...men of the West The Silent General President Hayes's Speeches St. Louis Memoranda Nights on the Mississippi Upon our Own Land Edgar ... ... Grand Native Growth A Zollverein between the U. S. and Canada The St. Lawrence Line The Savage Saguenay Capes Eternity and Trinity C... ...re with all those wooded, hilly, healthy surroundings, my dearest mother, Louisa Van Velsor, grew up--(her mother, Amy Williams, of the Friends' or ... ...dience rush generally upon it, at least the strong men do--the actors and actresses are all there in their play-costumes and painted faces, with mor... ...d soldiers, the audience and the crowd, the stage, and all its actors and actresses, its paint-pots, spangles, and gas-lights--the life blood from t...

...and Persons Patent-Office Hospital The White House by Moonlight An Army Hospital Ward A Connecticut Case Two Brooklyn Boys A Secesh Brave The Wounded from Chancellorsville A Night Battle over a Week Since Unnamed Remains the Bravest Soldier Some Specimen Cases My Preparations for Visits Ambulance Processions Bad Wounds--the Young...

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Lauren Zakrin

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...d.[5] During the summer of 2011 Zakrin performed as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical at The Muny Theater in St. Louis Missouri. She was then ... ...] During the summer of 2011 Zakrin performed as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical at The Muny Theater in St. Louis Missouri. She was then seen... ...ng the summer of 2011 Zakrin performed as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical at The Muny Theater in St. Louis Missouri. She was then seen starr... ...ial Website Categories Articles with topics of unclear notability from December 2010 ... ...pics of unclear notability Articles with hCards American musical theatre actresses L...

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Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910

By: Albert Bigelow Paine

...I want to express my wonder at your willingness to give me so unstintedly from your precious letters and memories, when it is in the nature of man t... ...in happenings as recorded in this work will be found to differ materially from the same incidents and episodes as set down in the writings of Mr. Cl... ...ck, turpentine, rosin, and other produce of the country, which he took to Louisville every spring and fall in six-horse wagons. In the mean time he... ...of a letter from "Colonel Sellers" inviting the Hawkins family to come to Missouri is told in The Gilded Age. In reality the letter was from John Q... ... Clemens's sister, Patsey Lampton, and settled in Florida, Monroe County, Missouri. It was a momentous letter in The Gilded Age, and no less so in ... ...st was unassembled then, undigested, comparatively unknown. Two States, Louisiana and Missouri, with less than half a million white persons, were ... ... half a million white persons, were all that lay beyond the great river. St. Louis, with its boasted ten thousand inhabitants and its river trade w... ...a visit to relatives. At Louisville they embarked on a steamer bound for St. Louis; thence overland once more through wilderness and solitude into ... ...laywright of considerable success, with a number of well-known actors and actresses starring in his plays. The Yankee, however, did not find a mana...

...Prefatory Note: Certain happenings as recorded in this work will be found to differ materially from the same incidents and episodes as set down in the writings of Mr. Clemens himself. Mark Twain?s spirit was built of the very fabric of truth, so far as more....

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Vanessa Claire Stewart

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... Born New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. Other n... ... Background and education Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Vanessa Claire Stewart attended Webster Conservatory for the Per... ...sa Claire Stewart attended Webster Conservatory for the Performing Arts in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating, she won a spot as a student at the O... ...tewart attended Webster Conservatory for the Performing Arts in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating, she won a spot as a student at the Oxford Schoo... ...ns for "Best Leading Female Performance" ^ from around the worldA Clockwork Orange online overview of stage production... ... School of Drama Living people Actresses from Los Angeles, California Actresses from... ... Drama Living people Actresses from Los Angeles, California Actresses from New Orlea... ...sa Claire Stewart attended Webster Conservatory for the Performing Arts in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating, she won a spot as a student at the O... ... School of Drama Living people Actresses from Los Angeles, California Actresses from...

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