2 edition of Evening tales, or, Amusements for youth found in the catalog.
Evening tales, or, Amusements for youth
by Johnson & Warner : sold at their bookstores, Philadelphia and Richmond, Va. in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 28460|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Recently, I was given a very old and fascinating copy of a book called Evening Amusements, which describes, and gives detailed instructions for parlour games and tricks and various other suggestions for activities that might while away the evening hours in a time before t.v., internet and cinema.
I believe the book or printed in the 's. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does.
Evening Amusements was an annual publication, 'an astronomical elementary work of a new character, which had great success'. William Frend (), religious or, actuary, and social reformer. His series of volumes on the night sky, Evening Amusements, or, The Beauty of the Heavens Displayed, proved so popular that it ran from to new hieroglyphical bible for amusement & instruction of youth cooperstown new hieroglyphical; new bible hieroglyphical cooperstown for youth instruction & amusement of of amusement or new for youth bible instruction hieroglyphical cooperstown; $ Special When Lit Amusements - S.
Warner Ave Suite 2, Fremont, Michigan - Rated 5 based on 5 Reviews "Wide range of games to choose from all in 5/5(5). Wonderful, very funny book about a family caught up in the early days of television. It's told from the perspective of a young boy whose mother pushes him first into a recurring role on a children's show (he's the Bee Good/Bee Bad character who illustrates the right and wrong way to do everything), and then into a teenage part as Philo Farnsworth, the inventor of television.
the /5. SAMUEL GRISWOLD GOODRICH, The Tales of Peter Parley About America, Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co, InSamuel Goodrich introduced his soon-to-be-famous character, Peter Parley, an elderly, quirky, but also lovable old Bostonian who enjoys telling stories to children.
Noah Webster was the man of words in early 19th-century America. Compiler of a dictionary which has become the standard for American English, he also compiled The American Spelling Book, which was the basic textbook for young readers in early 19th-century publication of this book inmany schools used Thomas Dilworth’s A New Guide to the.
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Cheap Amusements is a fascinating discussion of young working women whose meager wages often fell short of bare subsistence and rarely allowed for entertainment expenses.
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Full text of "Winter Evening Tales: Collected Among the Cottagers in. Elidor is a short novel, a favourite from late childhood. Timeless, visionary, a tale of magic and myth, of hope and depair, it was a dark antidote to the happy Blyton bubble.
In Alan Garner's world, reality had teeth and an edgy urban feel/5. Full text of "Tales of the arbor, or, Evening rewards for morning studies: comprising a collection of tales, interesting, familiar and moral" See other formats CHILDREN'S BOOK COLLECTION LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES K aW* /f// Oct.-I.l#.
The boy's own book: a complete encyclopaedia of all the diversions, athletic, scientific, and recreative, of boyhood and youth. (London: Lockwood and Co., ), by William Clarke (page images at HathiTrust) Letters on natural magic addressed to Sir Walter Scott, bart.
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THE TALE OF A YOUTH WHO. The subject of which this book treats—"Popular Amusements"—is one of grave interest to the Church and to society in general. The Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church has always required its members and probationers, as an evidence of religious earnestness, to refrain from "such diversions as can not be used in the name of the Lord.
Special When Lit Amusements S. Warner Avenue, Suite 2, Fremont, MI () [email protected] Much of the rest of the book is an anti Catholic diatribe. "It is the custom at sunset on that evening to kindle numerous immense fires throughout the country, built like out bonfires, to a great height, the pile being composed of turf, bog-wood, and such other combustibles as they can gather.
But it was the Youth’s Companion that endured for over a hundred years, moving to Columbus Avenue in and continuing to publish until The success of Willis and Rand’s magazine, however, was based not on its original method but on its adoption of the more secular and delightful approach developed in the pages of Child’s.
The king said that the evening air and the little green book had really helped her, and the princess agreed with him. But what nobody knew was, that every evening when the princess had read in her book, she received a visit from the Green Knight, and that they had long talks together.Home Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr Winter Evening Tales Close book Content Settings More eBooks.
PREFACE. In these "Winter Evening Tales," Mrs. Barr has spread before her readers a feast that will afford the rarest enjoyment for many a leisure hour. There are few writers of the present day whose genius has such a luminous quality, and the spell.In these "Winter Evening Tales, Mrs. Barr has spread before her readers a feast that will afford the rarest " enjoyment for many a leisure hour.
There are few writers of the present day whose genius has such a luminous quality, and the spell of whose fancy carries us along so delightfully on its magic current. In these "Tales"—each a perfect gem of romance, in an artistic Author: Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr.