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16. Mammals of the Grand Mesa, Colorado. By Sydney Anderson. Pp. 405-414, 1 figure in text, May 20, 1959.
[46] Essays on some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy, Essay V.
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WALPOLE AND REEVE.--. . . The Old English Baron A Gothic Story By Clara Reeve also The Castle of Otranto A Gothic Story By Horace Walpole With Two Portraits and Four Drawings by A. H. Tourrier Etched by Damman London J. C. Nimmo and Bain . . . 1883. 8vo, two works in one volume, cloth, uncut edges.
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[30] History of Scientific Ideas, i. 264.
SMITH, ALBERT.--A Bowl of Punch. By Albert Smith. Illustrated by Henning, Hine, and Sala. London: D. Bogue, . . . MDCCCXLVIII. 16mo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut edges.
If, therefore, there were no other methods of experimental investigation than these three, we should be unable to determine the effects due to heat as a cause. But we have still a resource. Though we cannot exclude an antecedent altogether, we may be able to produce, or nature may produce for us, some modification in it. By a modification is here meant, a change in it, not amounting to its total removal. If some modification in the antecedent A is always followed by a change in the consequent a, the other consequents b and c remaining the same; or vice versa, if every change in a is found to have been preceded by some modification in A, none being observable in any of the other antecedents; we may safely conclude that a is, wholly or in part, an effect traceable to A, or at least in some way connected with it through causation. For example, in the case of heat, though we cannot expel it altogether from any body, we can modify it in quantity, we can increase or diminish it; and doing so, we find by the various methods of experimentation or observation already treated of, that such increase or diminution of heat is followed by expansion or contraction of the body. In this manner we arrive at the conclusion, otherwise unattainable by us, that one of the effects of heat is to enlarge the dimensions of bodies; or what is the same thing in other words, to widen the distances between their particles.
A Proprium, therefore, of the species, may be defined, any attribute which belongs to all the individuals included in the species, and which, though not connoted by the specific name, (either ordinarily if the classification we are considering be for ordinary purposes, or specially if it be for a special purpose,) yet follows from some attribute which the name either ordinarily or specially connotes.
The four methods which it has now been attempted to describe, are the only possible modes of experimental inquiry--of direct induction a posteriori, as distinguished from deduction: at least, I know not, nor am able to imagine, any others. And even of these, the Method of Residues, as we have seen, is not independent of deduction; though, as it also requires specific experience, it may, without impropriety, be included among methods of direct observation and experiment.
Frances Eleanor Trollope
Bridgewater Treatise No. III.
*4. A new order of fishlike Amphibia from the Pennsylvanian of Kansas. By Theodore H. Eaton, Jr., and Peggy Lou Stewart. Pp. 217-240, 12 figures in text. May 2, 1960.
On June 16, six weeks after I had found the birds building, I wrote in my note-book: "I am astonished every morning when I come and find the wrens still here, but perhaps it's easier feeding them in one spot than it would be chasing around after them in half a dozen different places."
Cases of relation are not always so complicated as those to which we last alluded. The simplest of all cases of relation are those expressed by the words antecedent and consequent, and by the word simultaneous. If we say, for instance, that dawn preceded sunrise, the fact in which the two things, dawn and sunrise, were jointly concerned, consisted only of the two things themselves; no third thing entered into the fact or phenomenon at all. Unless, indeed, we choose to call the succession of the two objects a third thing; but their succession is not something added to the things themselves; it is something involved in them. Dawn and sunrise announce themselves to our consciousness by two successive sensations. Our consciousness of the succession of these sensations is not a third sensation or feeling added to them; we have not first the two feelings, and then a feeling of their succession. To have two feelings at all, implies having them either successively, or else simultaneously. Sensations, or other feelings, being given, succession and simultaneousness are the two conditions, to the alternative of which they are subjected by the nature of our faculties; and no one has been able, or needs expect, to analyse the matter any farther.
RUSKIN, JOHN.--Stray Letters from Professor Ruskin to a London Bibliopole 1892: London: Privately Printed (Not for Sale) 8vo, cloth, uncut edges.
Large paper copy, presumably unique, with twenty-six illustrations inserted, including India proofs of the Stothard woodcuts, several fine steel engravings from the designs of Turner and Stothard, and the portrait of Rogers by Meyer after Hoppner, all proofs and for the most part on India paper.
First edition.
The girl came forward bashfully into the circle around the fire, and nestled herself down on a low seat between Mrs. Errington and Mrs. Bodkin. A month ago her place in that drawing-room would have been beside Minnie's chair. But lately, by some subtle instinct, Rhoda had a little shrunk from her former intimacy with the young lady. She was sensitive enough to feel the existence of some unexpressed disapproval of herself in Minnie's mind.
"Algy, Algy!"
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WALPOLE, HORACE.--A Catalogue of Engravers, Who have been born or resided in England; digested by Mr. Horace Walpole from the MSS. of Mr. George Vertue; To which is added An Account of the Life and Works of the latter. The Second Edition . . . Strawberry-Hill: Printed in the Year MDCCLXV. 4to, half red morocco, red top, uncut edges.

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In Montpeculiar has moved

Hollar calls for new board to approve non-profit funding

Montpelier's three-day forecast calls for rain

Montpelier's newest Thai restaurant is open

Gesine Bullock-Prado at Bear Pond Books tomorrow

Cinco de Mayo Montbeerlier Festival this Saturday

Parkside swindler to be sentenced on May 30 in Brattleboro

Solons seek part-time athletic director

Actors wanted at Goddard tomorrow at noon for Occupy video

The Men's Store is closed

Montpelier High School's new principal

Montpelier’s first cash mob Saturday

Streets, retaining walls, culverts and bridges on the project list this year

Montpelier High School in lockdown after receiving two phony threats

Historic East Montpelier barn burns to the ground

Montbeerlier Cask Festival band announced

Montpelier This Week: Library hiring, district energy, poetry and owls

No Art Walk this month

The next MHS principal search is down to two finalists

Montbeerlier Festival 2012

Kale v. Chicken

Fracking Vermont

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Three Penny Taproom is getting bigger

District energy and fracking Vermont

The dude did it

Friday cheers

School board wants more information from superintendent

City puts pedestrian bridge replacement project out to bid

Miller Sports to close to make room for Three Penny expansion

School Board meeting tomorrow about policy governance

Muscles not Motors to launch on Monday

City Hall working "furiously" on the district energy project

Green Mountain Film Festival starts now

Occupy movement looks for what’s next

Official town meeting day results

Sen. Sanders coming to Montpelier to talk about the "dental crisis"

Clean Slate Cafe, the old Thrush Tavern, opens today

A new mayor and city councilor, now what?

Voters shoot down local option taxes, elect Odum, Guerlain and Hollar

Voter turnout in Montpelier up from last year

First Wednesday at the library with author Chris Bohjalian

Odum says he'll cut 3 percent from the City Clerk budget if elected

City to ask Montpelier voters for $870,000 bond for capital projects

Water leak on Dairy Lane

Marinelli says he has ingredients to be clerk

District energy project holds up repaving State Street

"Winter" to premiere at the Savoy March 15 featuring Sarah Burke

Montpelier Public School fiscal year 2013 budget available here

A Q&A with John Hollar at the Savoy

Bo wants to make a documentary

Montpelier annual report available here

Mayoral candidate John Hollar at the Savoy Tuesday

District energy project comes in $937,000 over budget

Analysis: Local option taxes are about who pays

Weekend forecast: Snow?

Charlotte Hoyt retiring after 39 years with the city

Q&A with mayoral candidate John Hollar at the Savoy

Montpelier blogger John Odum running for city clerk

Who is that guy Michael Marinelli running for city clerk?

City shut off water on Liberty Street

Last City Council meeting ever

NECI on Main Cellar's Express Lunch today

Local option tax: Proponents look for fairness

Community forum on local option taxes Thursday at Capitol Plaza Hotel

Plan for the worst this Thursday

Businesses line up against local option tax ballot items

Capitol Grounds is part of the Montpelier experience

Candidate forum postponed until 8 p.m. tonight

Montpelier elections heating up with meeting at library on Saturday

Sen. Bernie Sanders on payroll tax cut and Social Security tax cut

Flooded twice, Kismet is still here

Montpelier High School gets top NECAP math grade in the state

School Board votes in favor of keeping Recreation Department under their control

ATF offering $5,000 reward for info on gas station armed robber

Dave Keller to perform at Montpelier High School

Vermont State Police report shows little evidence of racial profiling among troopers

New Thai restaurant coming to town

Hunger Mountain Coop's 10-year plan

City Hall electric vehicle charging station is operational and free

Agenda for tomorrow's School Board meeting

Valentine Phantom strikes again

Pre-natal yoga tonight at 5:30

Montpelier This Week: Movies, music, politics and birding

After battle with Jeff Jacobs, Mad Taco is open

Mad Taco opening tomorrow

Two contested races, but no mayoral contest in Montpelier

Art Walk exhibitors see dead people in their viewfinders

Mother and son bowling this Saturday

Father and daughter Valentine's dance tonight

Kellogg-Hubbard library directors step down

Your weekend forecast

Swimming pool passes could be going up

Another Thai restaurant in Montpelier?

Reporter who took down a general to be at Bear Pond Books Tuesday

Mad Taco opening next week

Now it's a contest for City Clerk

Birchgrove Bakery is back with a new look

Burst pipes lead to Salaam makeover

Warmer weather to bring rain and sleet tonight and tomorrow