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The Diseases and Ordinary Causes of Mortality among Friendships.
The finding a lot of old photographs at Herculaneum or Thebes; and they should turn out to be of no interest.
On the points of resemblance and difference between the dropping off of leaves from a tree and the dropping off of guests from a dinner or a concert.
The Sense of Touch: An essay showing that all the senses resolve themselves ultimately into a sense of touch, and thatEating is touch carried to the bitter end.So there is but one sense--touch--and the amoeba has it. When I look upon the foraminifera I look upon myself.
The China Shepherdess with Lamb on public-house chimney-pieces in England as against the Virgin with Child in Italy.
For a Medical pamphlet: Cant as a means of Prolonging Life.
For an Art book: The Complete Pot-boiler; or what to paint and how to paint it, with illustrations reproduced from contemporary exhibitions and explanatory notes.
For a Picture: St. Francis... Butler, Samuel
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