By Olive San Louie Anderson

ISBN-10: 0472069160

ISBN-13: 9780472069163

ISBN-10: 0472099167

ISBN-13: 9780472099160

This old ebook can have a number of typos and lacking textual content. dealers can frequently obtain a loose scanned replica of the unique publication (without typos) from the writer. now not listed. now not illustrated. 1878 version. Excerpt: ... bankruptcy XL finish OF THE PKEPARATION.--BEGINNING OF THE profession. "Large pursuits hold the soul unfastened; just like the nice oceancurrents which interchange the climates of the globe, they stability the character and alter all excess."--Anon. whilst the second one semester begun, Will elected her reports with no consulting anybody other than Nell. She secretly was hoping that Randolf wouldn't be within the related periods, for then she may hardly ever see him, and that, she inspiration, will be an outstanding aid. She determined to take heritage and analytical chemistry, and she or he saved on with Greek and Latin. whilst she went into Professor Roemer's room to get the checklist of historic questions, the 1st one she observed used to be Pandolf, who had come for a similar goal. "Why, of course," she inspiration, "I may have identified he could take heritage! and perhaps, in spite of everything, it's a little cowardly for me to be unwilling to fulfill him in recitations." Nell took chemistry additionally, and so they made themselves huge aprons, and engaged tables on the laboratory part through part. the 1st morning, after they have been arranging the bottles at the cabinets and washing test-tubes, Will glanced throughout to the following row, and on a card above one of many tables she observed Randolf's identify, which intended that he had engaged it for paintings. It used to be really a twist of fate that Randolf must have selected sensible chemistry too, and she or he used to be extra amused than frustrated on the incontrovertible fact that their tables have been so located that she may see the again of his head at any time when she regarded up. Randolf had selected a direction in toxicology as a likely assist in his destiny paintings, in order that Will's reasons and his have been an identical in electing paintings within the laboratory; for she had back to her unique goal of learning drugs, and for this a path in chemistry used to be the first...

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Ambitious and courageous, Hudson wanted to accomplish what so many had already failed to do: find the treasure route from Europe to Asia. His proposed method was both unique and bold: He would find China and India by sailing right over the top of the world. His employer 41 rejected the idea and ordered him to find a different route. Hudson charted a more southern course, traveling first to Nova Scotia and then further southwest. In September 1609 Hudson sighted land and sailed up the wide waterway in front of him.

Yet religious intolerance also extended to another Christian sect that many in England considered particularly odd and heretical. These were the Quakers, so named because they bid others to tremble at the word of God. The basic tenets of Quakerism were developed and promoted by George Fox, an English preacher who said he wanted to simplify Christian worship. Unlike their fellow Protestants the Puritans, Quakers believed that everyone could achieve salvation through a belief in Jesus Christ; God was in everyone.

At the war’s end, Praying Towns were abandoned by the English, most of whom now distrusted the Indians. ” Quoted in Jenny Hale Pulsipher, Subjects unto the Same King: Indians, English, and the Contest for Authority in Colonial New England. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006, p. 146. 58 homes were constructed. The English population of New England increased to roughly 80,000 inhabitants by the mid-1600s. By contrast, Native Americans, who numbered about 140,000 in 1600, dropped to only 10,500 by 1675, resulting from war and from the diseases brought by the European settlers, such as smallpox, typhoid, and spotted fever.

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