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A Memoir r a Pti PhloleClsl PhsstlaitThe > lolocUt lolocUtTh I IThe I
Th The late > o Henry Cadwalader TMpman TMpmanM C upman
M fl Sc D was a dlatlmrtimhed man mann mantol manof
n tol VIP lVin iene new and physician in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaH
H Hs diM rli last rear Prom the IbeII lb proceeding proceedingo
o of II th tha Academy A my of Natural Rdencea of ofthat orIhat ofthat
that city Dr Edward 1 Nolan ih Ute IMICn seresetary IMICntuy cn cnUry
Ury han hl reprinted a biographical hlo raphl31 notice noticeIn
In which whiehhew he h set a forth graphiollytbemaln graphiollytbemalnlaces graphically u phi cally too main mainUct mainlctIo
laces of lr Chapman useful career eareorand eareorandt andhs and andhi
hi t hs > nlmeroua oontrinotion coontrl blltiona to science scienceWith aclnOl9With scienceSVth
With t Ih h Mood ood of the Biddies Marlioeannd MarlioeanndChapmonn MnrkM Markneeandd nd I II
Chapmonn I b malUO in hi his vein born toafllueno toaflluenoIr toatAuenoftr
Ir Chapman preferred hard work to toli toto toth
li ple r > I cures iirf of Philadelphia society societyThe
The Th eon n l of George W S Chapman of the theI tb tbInll thenttrl
I Inll mled < j Ktal Htates M Navy S and th the Rrandoon Rrandoonf
J f the Ih famous Dr Nathaniel Chapman Chapmanhe
he h < nh4 ahentad > m < < d tho personal rharrn of the thef th thn thenn
nn f > n and nllh Ih the wit and Inlloo love of his hi prnfewtlon prnfewtlonf
f Jm h other In Europe urope he studied threw threwVIM Ih Ihro threeeven j
VIM even ro < iituler Kir Itichanl Owen OW in nwlon inndonAtawn I 10oIonI nwlonA I
A Atawn it IHMI Milne I ln Kdward in Paris Kmlle KmlleI1 nlJ nlJI I
I1 I lion H Kvmond In Ilerlin I ri In crud 1111 Joseph Josephllr
llr II < n Vi Vienna nn n04 This WON w after h he had hademduate hadI hadh
I h r emduate l from tii the Penn Pennsylvania rnnhalaf ylvanl ylvanlI
I f i vriiy r raIy 11 Hnenterml Ifn enten nteft1t1 + d tlu > Pennsylvania lennylvanlaItMpisl Pennsylvaniali nla nlaIINlln
li IINlln piil in I WIT IPIfI7h lP 7 7dv
1 > h dv > > IH return from Europe hit hi rliment rlimentworn rb + semt semtt
t r t worn It iaidy I lAid idy and nd Conrad Of the tbeI Ib IbI
I H Hctfntlflo wcte + ntlfie work he h made an anf anin n nr
f m riKiird in hm hi Lifo and Work of ofI lOrIdy ofrally
I rally AH A member of the thnriiy th thIny thetmy
Iny riiy of Natural Hcienren HeIfl1 Dr I > r Chap Cliapr happipers
r pipers ap r were W many the th JilHiofcraphy JilHiofcraphyi hlhllojtl hlbl lography lographyr lrby lrbyt
t < up i r l ly Hr > r Nolan nils fill wiveral ral laugee laugeeof i e > i iii
fll ii proceeding Ur l1man 1 > a inan wa warw w wlmlr1 was wasgrrr
grrr rw r admiral for hill scientific nttiiln nttiilnii
ii ii rend nil greatly l 1lny1 > eovm Ucaiixrt Iocall of his hism hisnnertlam
nnertlam m > itEi tiMn and n hearty humor At n nT 1 nr
T 11 envetadattpndaltheFIree9aeeial envetadattpndaltheFIree9aeeialI hIt mbadatt hd aUtonclt nul < l the th Kalre 1 lamiioal lamiioall
I II 1 RI and i bad j rwwiviol r bin ipiota of off otVIR ofrrg
f CCIRH from the nturily principal the llioIf
If jinn hn W Kalre Kalreriins Fufraenang jlr jlrnlhlt
aenang riins the Ih reoolloction in u Ih tboo little littlei littlo1II1or littlerrnIr
i 1II1or rrn ir i I Is on one related to the I II author jlIthnrI by byM IiyNr
Nr M I John IhnCadwallllr did walader which teof In of interet interetw illlr1ollnlC
w rem young Chapman was U nt tli Kutr Kutrhr Fairs Fairshool <
hr 11 hool > ol a Mar l Ie well 11 built huv I my of It 1 years of oftn ofeye t tIt
tn It nnm nam1 < l Irvine ytephet Steph n Iliillorh 1111110 < 1 wasen was wunn II IIn
en n In the Iii second ulawi cia It wa w uniiHiinl uniiHiinlDr
r Dr r Faire I lo I fl flog < > n l boy > oy of IhU acre I ns nsrealized Rill Rillr1Ihd asrnlired
realized It lmNiM Imposed > d t tea < x Severn r a humil humilion I IIon
ion on him llnllorh win w iieually n nc 1 ar I II
c vl I student but he II xnt 11 iMhlnd a very veryii verynaive ry ryniye
naive ii iv lx lay > y whom h he felt it I his hi duly dut con conniitlT conIly cnnaptly
aptly Ily to chastine Til victim quit as asno aaIUI asa
+ a no IVilloch lIoch would ft II t spa up III a howl with withstteroplinc withum withattempting
attempting um Unc to rrsit re i t the Ih blow Dr Drire Jrr Urars
> ars ire r bad a warm regard r < < rcl for liiilloch liiillochio
11 io wsa w a boy after hi hie own heart hut he hetold head
ad < 1 told him repeatedly ttl that th hm hi nMtaulla nMtaullatnin
rn tnin MI top Catching him on one day In the thethe thea h hh
a the h doctor became much enraeed enraeedtnn nralotJnlt nragdenng
> enng tnn his heaviest cane ea h he ran aeroae acres th the them thrn 1 1m
> m Rulloch escaped apPd to another alit alithay aUIy Iar IarMYII
hay y guarding < < his hi retreat tr until lint II he hefl h hed I Ift
fl the th door when raising his hand I Ied I Ied
ed < 1 Dr Kalres Fill you cannot flosm flosmdo II Ang K me 1
do < not want to flght you your nu I know knowir
Sire ir e I will have to leave the echoot echootai
e 0 ai xrwd lby I br fellows I am awfully sorry aorrytn rry rryt
t I tn 0 This lw Iwy > y who earn from Gnr Oe < > r I IC
C 111 > entered th tM ConfdraU ConI any YY bo1 bo1t be beI
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In the > Introduction to him Hi Tour Huadrat Hua Huatlrvit M Md1
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drat Good HtoriM Mton ITb The Baker and Tavlo TavloCompany Ta710rCOIDren1 TaytotCompany
Company llr Robert llmld Whiting lUda In Inslrw IIIIm bslate
slate with authority that the ag e age of 0 a Jolt Jokshould jokeehuWd Jolthulld
should not au bar It out uu pf it III U really good goodHI goodIlls
HI Ills tones are IU not tales t they are a brief briefjoke bricrlJok brieljoker
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a as the human race n The merit of hit hilelection hiaacol hitselection
election acol < < tlou U a that they are re all good and andthvir andtheir nd
their b eiMlleno 1 U II tine du In part to the tb di direct djI djrltCt dtrest ¬
rest cri crisp p way y In which he h telU them themThey tbemThy themThey
I They follow one ne another without withoutbreak a aI e ebreak
break b lr but a scud 1t1 < 1 Indei help to turn turnthem turnthffl1 turnthem
I them to practical lure The hook willIw will willt III
114 t > e vrry wrlonme Iome to t editor In need D ofAiling ol oltilling 01fllllnlt
tilling for or their columns cmna e and nd tb the joke jokecan Joll Jollaln jokescan
can be adapted And transformed Indefi Indefinitely Indeanltelr ¬
nitely by humorous writer wril Mr W1sltlatIw Whiting Whitingliaa WbUh WbUhb
liaa b done lu hum work admirably he ham made madone madeone madeon
one on of the few collection of jokes thai thaican thaIIin thatcan
can Iin be read from beginning to end od with without wilhUllt without ¬
out weariness
MaveU Na and TaleDavid Talfl1ylt Tale TalesDavid
David Graham Phillip rhUU tellu TheIltubands Th ThIhubaJld The TheHiubonda
Hiubonda Htory Appleton In lh lhflr the tbefiBt theArst
flr fiBt t pntrnt WI1IM < er on the financially succeaa succeaaful suc u urul a afu
ful fu mate of a woman whose wlw e ambition foe foisocial torIIOOal foesocial
social recognition rnounta higher with withevery witbe1fry withevery
every triumph relating In detail the th tale tolaof tabof taleot
of their gradual estrangement Neither Neitherof
of the principal characters thnct U of a Iypla Iyplastir type la latir 10tlr
stir tILe readers sympathy and neither neitherla
la I of a nature to uk for it Home of the thedevicai tbealeYlCUII thedevlces
devicai which it will be t la assumed umfd Mr MrPhillip MrPhIUI MrPhlUl1e
Phillip PhIUI adopt to btraythe tiet Ilflraytbellmlt4d ray the limited men mental mfnt1 mentad ¬
tad Meld of hia Amerioaq business hlIIln man manbecome maaIwoootne manbecome
become tiresome Particularly the tb repe repetition 11petiUon repetition ¬
tition of gentle reader which occurs nreu Innearly In Innearly Innfarl
nearly nfarl every ry page gels It to be boreeome boreeomeIn
In Lord AlbKairn Rebellion Mitchell MitchellKrnnerley MitchellKennerley I1ItbtUKtnnrlp1
Krnnerley New York ork Allen Upward Upwardprvftcnta CrwrdA Upwardpreetarta
prvftcnta a atudy tud in heredity hred tT and defiance defianceof I Iot
of convention con vlnt Ion that covers OOY n two generation generationof a I Ior
of a noble KnglUli Ii h family 11I111 When Lord LordAlintalrs LordAlbtalr I IAll
Alintalrs All > > tIr t brother > roth r U I forbidden lo 0 marry noirythe marrythe I Ithe
the lady lad of hi him choice what will happen happenU hap u uIe
i U auflldently IUlnlcim I Iy obvious otiviousA
A aomewhat startling tartlin picture lict 1In of decay decayand dtooa1and denyand
and ruin In the Mate 1 Ista of Virginia la I con cisttanal contained 000lnNt ¬
tained lnNt in The IVctraraJ by Walter Nea Neaand Neale Nealeand S le leanal
and Elizabeth lillzal h 11 Hancock The Nnalc NnalcPublishing SlIIIlePuhUalllnc NealePulUhing
Publishing Company Imparl The book deals dealswith dM dMwith dealwith
with the relatively remote period of the themiddle tbllllidille themiddle
middle 70 108 of the last century lu Je d drcnpllona de decripIIO tiescripttutue
rcnpllona cripIIO ll are of the yeomen ff1mn and andant 011 peas peasants 1raa 1raaants ¬
ants who ho till survived at 1 that time timeriioi timeI timeThorp
Thorp Thc ut It no more astonishing phase ol ofthe olthe orth
I the th volume however than that which whichincidentally whlcbincitlfOlltlly whichiuctdrotally
incidentally demolishes the Ih records of ofit ormaJorilY
it majority of the Ih celebrated Ihml Virginianincluding Virginian VirginiansIncluding lrRinlanaWuhinRoc
including Washington and JcTon JelenooD JelenooDTh on onTh onThr
Th Thr material nutArlalollt out of which a novel de desscribing describing deacribinR ¬
scribing the conditions and andcirculntnCflllnr circumstance circumstanceof
of the th manufitctiiro of moonshine whiskey whiskeyin whlllke
110 in the mountains mountatnmofTenewmsoe of Tenneaaoe Tenn and Ken Kentucky KnI Metetuck ¬
tucky tuck Dill Iw I constructed are fairly talrl well wellworn wellworn u uworn
I worn A All new study tud of this whiskey whiskeyindustry whfekeyindustry hik hikIndustry
industry i la furnished In The Th Quitters Quittersby
by Uncoln II Ileyerle 1W W II h Conker lonk Co CoDuvid enrehelal 2oDavid
David Archdale rehelal l be began > egan lIn life IIr as a an n organ organboy organhoy organhey
boy lie roby rose by y rapid steji at to the dizzy dizzyheighu dJUJbe4ah dizzyheighut
heighu occupied by the lb successful ul com compiweni comrte tentposers
posers rte of ifcomicoIeramusic comic opera Oil music Thelosxof Thelosxofhi The 1010II lossof lossofhie of ofhi
hi hie wife tiirnnd mild hi he interest Int toward the thestudy I Istud theNutty
study stud of t possible I ble communication of ofthouglit ofthou ofthodught
thouglit thou t and word between l l wn the living livingnnd livingand IIvin IIvinRnll
and the Ih dead An automobile nutomohllarortlnt nutomohllarortlntwhlth accident accidentwhich avidentwldch
which nearly nrl killed him and resulted resultedin
in n i susponmon 11nlon of animation supplied suppliedthe ppUrdIh
the Ih opiiortiimty for fortdl still further explora exploration rlon rlontlnll ¬
man into the subject The Th atory of him hiaexperience hiliI himnzparience
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translated completely into English The Theepisode TIeriaod Theepisode
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and yet half a hundred leading leadingnewspapers leadingnewspaper leadingnewspapers
newspapers have taken it up for forextensive forextensive forextensive
extensive review reviewa a chorus of ofpraise ofpraise ofpraise
praise swelling swelng across acros the thecountry thecountryand country countrynd
and nd echoing from beyond the theocean theocean theocean
ocean in the English Englsh press Al Almost AlI ¬ E Emost
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the story is better beter than The TheMasquerader TheMasquerader 1 l
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as a strong Mrs Mr Thurston Thurton has hascaught ha hacaught i icaught
caught the atmosphere theglit theglitter the glit glitter glt gltter ¬ Il Ilthese
ter the restlessness restessnes of life lfe in inthese inthese
these deft det pleasant pictures picturesOnecritic picturesOnecriticsaysthenovelisbeau
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tiful exquisite exquisitethere there is an ache achein
in the throat in those scenes scene when whenCharpentiers whenCharpentiers + I ICharpentiers
Charpentiers music floats foat outon out outon outon 1
on the luminous night night A Aremarkable Aremakable Aremarkable i
remarkable remakable thing about this love lovestory lovestory 11 I Istory
story is that the heroine is alsothe also alsothe allothe
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bens characteristic humor and anda
a strong sympathetic sympathetc appeal appealAbove appeLAbove I > i iAbove
Above all al the story stor has ha that thatdelightful tha l ldelightful
delightful atmosphere which no noone noone noone
one can imitate imitate The hero is isa
a goodnatured shrewd young youngfellow youngfelow youngfellow
fellow felow who keeps store store in a alittle altte alittle
little ltte Georgia village viage Next Nextdoor Nextdoor Nextdoor
door lives lves Dixie Hut an at attractive attactive attractive ¬
tractive tactive young girl who docs a amans amans amans d
mans work ork in trying tryini to support supportherself supportherSelfand supportherself
herself herSelfand and her widowed mother motherUnconsciously motherUnconscously motherUnconsciously
Unconsciously Unconscously the two fall fal in inlove inlove I t tlove
love This is the real beginning beginningof Y Yof
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stories mostly mosty set s t in the islands islandsof islandof
of the South Sea under British Britishdominion Briish Briishdominion Britishdominion
dominion They have the indescribable in indescribable inde5cribable ¬
describable atmosphere of a atropic atropi atropic
tropic tropi land lnd and the broad spirit spiritof
of humanity that is born when whenever whenI whenever ¬
ever the savage and the civilized civilicdare cvized cvizedI
are found living lving their ther lives Ies side sideby sideby sideby
by side Many t1 any of them are arelove arclove arelove
love stories with the unusual unusualmotives unusualmotive5 unusualmotives
motives and setting of the trop tropics tropie tropples ¬
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Gilbert Gigert Parker stories storiesPan3 storiesPans storiesPans
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A record of the heights heghts and anddepths andI anddepths
I depths of human feeling feelng An AnEnglish AnI j jEnglish
I English Englsh poet and a girl gir wholly whollypagan wholy wholyI whollypagana
of Pan and andof andI
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I of the other woodland deities deitieslive dcties dctiesllve deitieslive
llve live out ou to an unforgettable unforgettableending unforgettableI unforgettableending
ending endin their great drama of love loveamid Jovemid loveamid
I amid the beautiful beautifulltln Italian Lakes LakesThe Lke LkeI LakesThe
The girl is the incarnation incanaton of oflife oflfe i ilife
life lfe and joy of love and sorrow sorrowOnly sorrowOnly sorrowOnly
Only the tht author of ofuThe The Quick Quickor
or the Dead could have written writtenthis wrtten wrttenthis writtenthis
this story and tt is in every way wayworthy wayworthy wayworthy
worthy of her herFraternity herFraternity herFraternity
Fraternity FraternityAnonymous i i ii iAnonymous
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This remarkable letter from fromJ it itJ
J Pierpont Morgan makes clear clearthe cear cearthe I Ithe
the value of this book and one onereason onereason I Ireason
reason for its republicationMenrs republication republcationMeln
Menrs Meln Harper Sc a Brother BrotherNew Brotber BrotberNew BrothersNew
New York Yok City CityGentlemen Ci CityGentlemen
Gentlemen Genteme I am m glad 1111 to hear bea that thatthere thltthee thatthere
there thee ia a prospect pOpett of your being able ble to re republbh rcpblb ccpubhh
Fraternity I consider it one oneof oneof I III
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their tbee latter lte year that hat hI come under uDde mycognizance my mycognizance mycOlniuDcc
cognizance It I exemplifies enmplfe the spirit piri that thatihouU IhltIlbould thatshould
Ilbould should animate nlmle human kind in the ea eadeavor cadeno endeavor
deno deavor to develop civilization ciiutan through throughreal throa throarel
rel real cocpcration cocprlion To r e 1 I hat ha been bn a atort alort atort
tort of inspiration ilpirto and I cannot cnoot but be believe b be1teve ¬
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