5 edition of Mrs. E. M. Ward"s reminiscences found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by Elliott O"Donnell|
|Contributions||O"Donnell, Elliott, 1872-1965. ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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Rev. George Morgan Ward, who served three times as Rollins’ president (, , and ) “At the trustee meeting that fall , one of the trustees, Rev. E. P Herrick, then my pastor at the Congregational church here in Tampa, walked into Mr. Ward’s office and saw him struggling with a pile of correspondence, trying. The grand-daughter of an R.a. - James Ward, animal painter to the King - the great-niece of George Morland, the widow of an R.a., and the mother of artists, including the popular Mr. Leslie Ward, "Spy," whose caricatures have achieved such world-wide fame, Mrs. E. M. Ward occupies a unique position in the world of was Mrs. Ward who painted that famous picture" Mrs. Fry Visiting Newgate.
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IT would seem that Mrs. Wri-ird was bound to be an artist. -Her grandfather.James'Ward, R.A., was a painter of great • The Encyclopedia of Sport and (lames. Edited by the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire.
A new and enlarged addition, with Colour Plates and Illustrations from PhotogmphsandDrawings. Vols.L and IL London: William Heinemann. per rot] • • t ifie M. Ward's Esminiscsnies. Ward published two autobiographical memoirs, Mrs.
Ward’s Reminiscences in and Memories of Ninety Years, in the year of her death. Her first book has been called "one of the best accounts of the life of a Victorian lady artist.".
Reminiscences of Mrs.E. Ward () Byways of Ghostland () The Meaning of Dreams () Scottish Ghost Stories () The Sorcery Club () Werewolves () Animal Ghosts () Ghostly Phenomena () Haunted Highways and Byways () The Irish Abroad () Twenty Years' Experience as a Ghost Hunter () The Haunted Man ().
Image 2 of Reminiscences of the District of Columbia; or, Washington City seventy-nine years ago,Washington City seventy-nine years ago, MRS. SARAH E. VEDDER. Sumner, Charles, first known to the Wards through Mrs. Howe 's brother Samuel, 49; takes the Wards to the Perkins Institution, 81, 82; Thomas Carlyle 's estimate of, 96, 97; inability to sing, ; his first appearance at the Ward home ; his friends, ; his political opinions, ; his temperament and aspect, ; attitude on prison.
Advertisements from original, Vol. 1 Eighty Years and More BEING THE REMINISCENCES OF ELIZABETH CADY STANTON. () This new work by our distinguished countrywoman is a 12mo of pp., complete in one volume, cloth bound, with eleven portraits.
Ward began her career writing articles for Macmillan's Magazine while working on a book for children that was published in under the title Milly and was followed in by a more ambitious, though slight, study of modern life, Miss Bretherton, the story of an actress.
Ward's novels contained strong religious subject matter relevant to Victorian values she herself practised. Reminiscences of East Greenwich Henry E.
Turner Part of theUnited States History Commons This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the Special Collections at [email protected] It has been accepted for inclusion in wards rnn for many years, fit•st by less size and of rapid descent, pervading.
Bouvier, Adeline, Buffalo, 18, 19, 27, 59, 60, 64, 71, 76, Bouvier, Mother, 99,Bouvier, Oliver, "Reminiscences of DeThe next day Mrs. Elizabeth Whitney, the wife of one of the school directors, drove up to my school and said: Mrs.
Coppin, I was there last night and heard what you had to say about the limitations of the colored youth, and I am here to say, if the colored people will go ahead and start a school for the purpose of having the colored youth.
Mrs. Thomas Correll, whose death re-cently occurred, was the younger daughter of Mr. Robert Stevenson, of county Tyrone, where she was born in In she came to South Australia, and in married the late Mr.
Thomas Correll. Love Letter of Margaret Fuller, –, with an introduction by Julia Ward Howe; to which are added the reminiscences of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Horace Greeley, and Charles T. Congdon. See Higginson's Margaret Fuller Ossoli for bibliography of Miss Fuller's contributions to periodicals.
(b) Biography and Criticism Braun, Frederick Augustus. Julia Ward Howe, by Laura E. Richards () and Maud Howe Elliott (), Assisted by Florence Howe Hall (). Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, Volume I, Volume II, Index. Mrs. Wells: President Young said the sisters were to solicit help from their husbands and the brethren, for this purpose; by that means we would be able to get funds to purchase the wheat with.
Mrs. [Diana] Reid, of the 16th Ward, said: The sisters of our Ward. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: E.P.
Roe: Reminiscences of his Life Author: Mary A. Roe Release Date: May 3, [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK.W. M. Ryan, a saloonkeeper of Butteville, near Woodburn, Or., is under arrest charged with allowing minors to loiter in his saloon, shake dice and drink.
The daughter of E. D. Ward, of Forest Grove, drank car-bolic acid. Prompt administration of an antidote and prompt arrival of a physician saved her life. The officials and stockholders of. FORSTER, E. M. Autograph letter signed to Denton Welch, West Hackhurst, May2 pages, small 4°.A fine letter containing fulsome and detailed praise for Maiden Voyage.
“The book held me so well that I kept on forgetting it was ‘only life’, and began judging it as a novel .