Dear PM vol 8

... pm.gc.ca, date Jan 23, 2008 9:02 PM subject Girl, 15, left bound for hours in
police cell Dear Stephen, Today is a sad day. David Askevold, artist and educator
from Halifax, passed away. He was a hard-working artist, a great conceptualist, ...

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Author: chris lloyd

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Dear PM vol 3

Chrétien Letters | Inbox November 7 Dear Jean, Was having a fairly productive
day at work until just after lunch, then it hit me: ... pm.gc.ca. Help STOP SPAM.
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Dear PM vol 1

... pm.gc.ca> Date: Friday, June 1, 2001 8:49 PM Subject: What recession?
Economy purring Sex offender won't force kids to visit Klein persuades premiers
to demand voice in energy talks Dear Mr. Chrétien, Bad mood cloud followed me
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Author: Chris Lloyd

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Dear PM vol 2

... pm.gc.ca> CC : andrea mantin ... 21 Mar 2002 23:44:05 -0400 Reply Reply All
Forward Delete Printer Friendly Version Dear Mr. Chrétien, Slept in a bit this
morning. ... My plan is to record high-tech, digitallyrecorded sounds onto 8-track.

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Vicksburg

USG to Halleck, May 3, 1863, USGP, vol. 8, 147. 32. John B. Hancock Diary, May
5, 1863, VNMP. 33. Kiper, ed., Dear Catherine, Dear Taylor, 90, 107. 34. Wilson,
Life of Dana, 211. 35. Blanchard, I Marched with Sherman, 86. 36. OR I/24, part ...

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Author: Donald L. Miller

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 9781451641394

Category: History

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Winner of the Civil War Round Table of New York’s Fletcher Pratt Literary Award Winner of the Austin Civil War Round Table’s Daniel M. & Marilyn W. Laney Book Prize Winner of an Army Historical Foundation Distinguished Writing Award “A superb account” (The Wall Street Journal) of the longest and most decisive military campaign of the Civil War in Vicksburg, Mississippi, which opened the Mississippi River, split the Confederacy, freed tens of thousands of slaves, and made Ulysses S. Grant the most important general of the war. Vicksburg, Mississippi, was the last stronghold of the Confederacy on the Mississippi River. It prevented the Union from using the river for shipping between the Union-controlled Midwest and New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico. The Union navy tried to take Vicksburg, which sat on a high bluff overlooking the river, but couldn’t do it. It took Grant’s army and Admiral David Porter’s navy to successfully invade Mississippi and lay siege to Vicksburg, forcing the city to surrender. In this “elegant…enlightening…well-researched and well-told” (Publishers Weekly) work, Donald L. Miller tells the full story of this year-long campaign to win the city “with probing intelligence and irresistible passion” (Booklist). He brings to life all the drama, characters, and significance of Vicksburg, a historic moment that rivals any war story in history. In the course of the campaign, tens of thousands of slaves fled to the Union lines, where more than twenty thousand became soldiers, while others seized the plantations they had been forced to work on, destroying the economy of a large part of Mississippi and creating a social revolution. With Vicksburg “Miller has produced a model work that ties together military and social history” (Civil War Times). Vicksburg solidified Grant’s reputation as the Union’s most capable general. Today no general would ever be permitted to fail as often as Grant did, but ultimately he succeeded in what he himself called the most important battle of the war—the one that all but sealed the fate of the Confederacy.

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson

5.30 P. M. DEAR Sm,-I am sincerely sorry that I am obliged to ask your
attendance here without a moment's avoidable delay. The capture ... VOL. v. 8 T0
MR. GALLATIN. WASHINGTON, June 25, 1807. 5.30 RM. DEAR
CORRESPONDENCE.

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Author: Thomas Jefferson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108032919

Category: History

Page: 628

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Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) was the third United States President (1801-9) and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. An advocate of republicanism, he envisioned America as an 'Empire of Liberty' that would strive to promote freedom around the world. First published in 1853-4, this nine-volume edition of Jefferson's writings shows the breadth of his intellectual and political interests. His autobiography, letters, diaries and political memoranda reflect a life lived at the centre of pivotal events, including the French and American Revolutions, and the founding of a new nation. Through them we discover his contribution to the pursuit of world peace, the evolving relationships between the United States and the European powers, and the development of the American constitution and judicial system. Volume 5 contains letters written by Jefferson in the later days of his presidency, offering a vivid picture of his service to his country.

Polio Wars

Edward James Smythe to Dear Sister Kenny, February 4 1944, Complimentary
Letters of Support 1944–1949, MHSK. ... MODK; and see The Story of the Kenny
Method, 4–6; John Lavan to My Dear Mrs. Miller, September 1 1944, Morris
Fishbein Collection, vol. ... 21 1944, Public Relations, MODK; [Script] WPTF“
Fighting Infantile Paralysis,” Raleigh, N.C. March 11 [1944]–7:30–8:00 PM, Public
Relations, ...

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Author: Naomi Rogers

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199334131

Category: Medical

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During World War II, polio epidemics in the United States were viewed as the country's "other war at home": they could be neither predicted nor contained, and paralyzed patients faced disability in a world unfriendly to the disabled. These realities were exacerbated by the medical community's enforced orthodoxy in treating the disease, treatments that generally consisted of ineffective therapies. Polio Wars is the story of Sister Elizabeth Kenny -- "Sister" being a reference to her status as a senior nurse, not a religious designation -- who arrived in the US from Australia in 1940 espousing an unorthodox approach to the treatment of polio. Kenny approached the disease as a non-neurological affliction, championing such novel therapies as hot packs and muscle exercises in place of splinting, surgery, and immobilization. Her care embodied a different style of clinical practice, one of optimistic, patient-centered treatments that gave hope to desperate patients and families. The Kenny method, initially dismissed by the US medical establishment, gained overwhelming support over the ensuing decade, including the endorsement of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (today's March of Dimes), America's largest disease philanthropy. By 1952, a Gallup Poll identified Sister Kenny as most admired woman in America, and she went on to serve as an expert witness at Congressional hearings on scientific research, a foundation director, and the subject of a Hollywood film. Kenny breached professional and social mores, crafting a public persona that blended Florence Nightingale and Marie Curie. By the 1980s, following the discovery of the Salk and Sabin vaccines and the March of Dimes' withdrawal from polio research, most Americans had forgotten polio, its therapies, and Sister Kenny. In examining this historical arc and the public's process of forgetting, Naomi Rogers presents Kenny as someone worth remembering. Polio Wars recalls both the passion and the practices of clinical care and explores them in their own terms.

Voyages of the Dawn Treader

TPEW 7:20 PM CST, August 24, 2006, Thursday Chicago O'Hare Airport, Gate
E12, Chicago, IL sitting in chair, typing on Toshiba ... Dear Jesus, Please let me
maintain the precious balance of P's and 8:57 PM CST, July 23, 2006, Sunday
184 ...

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Author: Daniel Graham, Sr.

Publisher: Rainbow, Sunshine, and Stars

ISBN: 9780988470040

Category: Religion

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Travels and love stories of a Christian computer programmer. Includes pictures. Aspirations of a struggling software engineer. Family ruminations and stories.

My Dear P M

1 In a telegram of 8 January 1926 the Canadian Prime Minister , William
Mackenzie King , informed the British Government that Canada would not
associate herself with the ... I. Inglis , ed . , Documents on Canadian External
Relations , Vol .

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Author: Richard Gardiner Casey Baron Casey

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ISBN: UOM:39015001203721

Category: Australia

Page: 578

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Facing North

Letter, Casey to Prime Minister, S. M. Bruce, 16 August 1928, in Hudson and
North (eds), My Dear P.M., p. 391. ... ADB, vol. 8, p. 624. A Research School of
Pacific Studies was established at the Australian National University in Canberra
in ...

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Author: Australia. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Publisher: Melbourne University

ISBN: UCR:31210016757898

Category: History

Page: 523

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This first volume assesses the whole history of Australia's relations with Asia from Federation to the 1970s. It explains major changes in official Australian policies towards Asia, and also broader cultural challenges.

Court of Appeals 1864 Vol 8

Dear Sir: "I beg to info1'm- you that I leave to-night for Mobile. ... at New Orleans,
on the _l6th was after the check had been given ; after I had sent it away for
col_lection—»I sent it away at 2~P. M. ; the performances did notcommence until
8 1'.

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Court of Appeals New York Vol 8

New York , Aug 15th 1888 Mr. W. E. Mowbray Dear Sir I saw Fox partner this A M
The only trouble now seems to be Brown so ... New York , ( Postmarked ) New
York Aug 15 ( Envelope Addressed ) 5 PM Mr W. E. Mowbray 1013 Madison Ave
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Skindiving in Australia and New Zealand

Brisbane Queensland Dear Barry , I am most confused about the different diving
organisations . ... 3030 . 26.12.78 Dear Barry , I've just been reading through the
latest S.I.A. ( Vol . 8 , No. 7 ) and I find that the standard of the magazine keeps
getting better and better . ... 17th at 8.00 p.m. Mile End , S.A. Dear Barry , I have
noticed in the latest issue of “ Skin Diver " the first of a comprehensive series of ...

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Anthropological Linguistics

Cal C + S + A + N : po ? o 8 - o ? o se fale ma ? i or any hospital ( [ 221 ] + [ 199 ]
$ + [ 168 + 151 + 142 ] A + ( fale + U ) N ) , Pana ? o se tupu if ( I ) ... A + PM + D +
N : si - taa - tou nei atunu ? u our dear country ( [ 143 ] + [ 126a + 112 ] PM + [ 101
] + ( N ) N ) . ... A + 132 + [ 126a + 112 ] PM + [ 81 ] " + ( [ 41 + V + 525 ] N ) N ) . C
+ S + A + 130 + PM +. r SC Ons conce Anthropological Linguistics , Vol . 8 , No . 5
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The Scientific Letters and Papers of James Clerk Maxwell Volume 2 1862 1873

James Clerk Maxwell P. M. Harman. LETTER TO ARTHUR CAYLEY ( 1 ) 12
APRIL 1869 From the original in the Library of Trinity College , Cambridge ( 2 )
86 Hereford Road Westbourne Grove W 12 April 1869 Dear Sir I have only just ...

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Author: James Clerk Maxwell

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 0521256267

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 1029

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This second volume of James Clerk Maxwell's correspondence and manuscript papers begins in mid-1862 with his first reference reports for the Royal Society, and concludes in December 1873 shortly before the formal inauguration of the Cavendish Laboratory. The documents describe his involvement with the wider scientific community in Victorian Britain, and the period of his scientific maturity. In the years 1862-73 Maxwell wrote the classic works on statistical molecular theory and field physics, including the Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, which established his unique status in the history of science. His letters and drafts of this period provide unique insight into this work, which remains fundamental to modern physics. Few of the manuscripts reproduced here have received prior publication in other than truncated form, and the volume includes Maxwell's correspondence with G.G. Stokes, Lord Kelvin and P.G. Tait. The edition is annotated with a full historical commentary and will be fascinating reading for anyone interested in the history of science or physics.

A Grateful Heart

35. Duane , Dear Old “ K , ” 50–51 . 36. Ibid . , 46 . 37. Bevans , Medical History ,
11 . 38. Sibley , With the Yankee Division in France , 51-52 . 39. Charles Lynch ,
ed . , The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War , vol.8 ...

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Author: Michael E. Shay

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110388571

Category: History

Page: 237

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Examines the history of the 103rd Field Hospital Company, 26th ("Yankee") Division in World War I.

The Blast

... 1916, 8 P. M. AVERILL HALL Admission 15c TE BLAST LYDIA GIBSON VOL .
1 No. 10 MEXICO. Eight Correspondence St. Louis, Mo., March 8, 1916. Dear
Comrades of THE BLAST: I am enclosing Money Order for $25.50 derived from
the ...

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Author: Alexander Berkman

Publisher: AK Press

ISBN: 1904859089

Category: Political Science

Page: 242

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Explosive writing, reporting and rhetoric of Berkman, Emma Goldman, and others who attempted revolution in 1916-17.

The New York State Conservationist

Ross C. Bartlett , Cortland Catching red salmon Dear Sirs : In the five years or so
that I have subscribed to The CONSERVATIONIST I have rarely noted any ... 1 to
6 complete ; Vol . 1 , Nos . 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 ; Vol . 2 , No. 2 ; Vol . 6 , Nos..2 , 6 ; Mrs.
P. M. Black , Eldred - Vol . 4 , Nos . ... 3 ; Vol . 3 , Nos . 1 , 5 ; Vol . 4 , Nos . 1 , 2 , 4
, 5 ; De Forest Euler , LaVeu Rd . , Rochester — Vol . 2 , No. 5 to Vol . 8 , No.

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Maha Bharata

During that long last period of the night, dear friend, a great sound suddenly
arose from your troops, “Get ready! ... in his chariot as irresistible as the rising sun
overwhelming the dark, dear friend, no Káurava 129 Clay Sanskrit Library mbh 8,
vol. 1 Karn.a Edited by Adam Bowles (csl–5.1) Version 2.0 na Bhisma vyasanam
ke cin, n' àpi Dronasya, marisa, n 10 Dec 2006 1:12 p.m. karna the general, day
one.

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Author: Vyāsa

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814799819

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 604

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“The Book of Karna” relates the events of the two dramatic days after the defeat of the great warriors and generals Bhishma and Drona, in which Karna, great hero and the eldest Pándava, leads the Káurava army into combat. This first volume of "Karna" depicts mighty battles in gory detail, sets the scene for Karna's tragic death, and includes a remarkable verbal duel between Karna and his reluctant charioteer Shalya, the king of the Madras, as they hurl abuse at each other before entering the fray. Co-published by New York University Press and the JJC Foundation For more on this title and other titles in the Clay Sanskrit series, please visit http://www.claysanskritlibrary.org