1 edition of brief memoir of the late Rev. Charles Wallace. found in the catalog.
brief memoir of the late Rev. Charles Wallace.
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This produced a deep impression on me, and I meditated over this wonderful stone. She is a member of the Kanawha Presbyterian church. Whilst living in London, I attended as regularly as I could the meetings of several scientific societies, and acted as secretary to the Geological Society. His temper was imperturbably good, with the most winning and courteous manners; yet, as I have seen, he could be roused by any bad action to the warmest indignation and prompt action. The choice of Mr.
As they mused, here and there throughout the country the fire of the repressed spiritual life burst into flame. Both are now deceased. His expression was that of a depressed, almost despondent yet benevolent man; and it is notorious how heartily he laughed. The geology of St. Va, and began his career in the legal profession. Digest of the Arkansas Reports.
Here then I had at last got a theory by which to work; but I was so anxious to avoid prejudice, that I determined not for some time to write even the briefest sketch of it. In these traits of humble and devoted piety, there is something truly affecting; and even those who are themselves least disposed to such a train of mind, must feel that they are so. Besides short visits to the houses of relations, and occasionally to the seaside or elsewhere, we have gone nowhere. Robert Jr's. It is not, however, quite so retired a place as a writer in a German periodical makes it, who says that my house can be approached only by a mule-track!
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Rose was president of the New Mexico Bar Association. Lytton Bulwer had me in his mind when he introduced in one of his novels a Professor Long, who had written two huge volumes on limpets.
I also attended regularly the clinical wards in the hospital. Coldstream was a very different young man, prim, formal, highly religious, and most kind-hearted; he afterwards published some good zoological articles.
During the first two years my old passion for shooting survived in nearly full force, and I shot myself all the birds and animals for my collection; but gradually I gave up my gun more and more, and finally altogether, to my servant, as shooting interfered with my work, more especially with making out the geological structure of a country.
That was a memorable hour to me, and how distinctly I can call to mind the low cliff of lava beneath which I rested, with the sun glaring hot, a few strange desert plants growing near, and with living corals in the tidal pools at my feet.
Livingston gives some curious particulars in reference to this signally successful preaching. My mother died in Julywhen I was a little over eight years old, and it is odd that I can remember hardly anything about her except her death-bed, her black velvet gown, and her curiously constructed work-table.
His delight in science was ardent, and he felt the keenest interest in the future progress of mankind. President, I have forgotten what I was going to say.
It is not, however, quite so retired a place as a writer in a German periodical makes it, who says that my house can be approached only by a mule-track! In 8 he removed to Ancram in Teviotdale; and, after the restoration of Charles II, declining to take the oath of allegiance, he was banished and became the minister of the Scotts Chapel at Rotterdam in Holland, where he died.
Black, of Illinois. Henslow's benevolence was unbounded, as he proved by his many excellent schemes for his poor parishioners, when in after years he held the living of Hitcham. In Octoberthat is, fifteen months after I had begun my systematic enquiry, I happened to read for amusement ' Malthus on Population ,' and being well prepared to appreciate the struggle for existence which everywhere goes on from long-continued observation of the habits of animals and plants, it at once struck me that under these circumstances favourable variations would tend to be preserved, and unfavourable ones to be destroyed.
The instruction at Edinburgh was altogether by lectures, and these were intolerably dull, with the exception of those on chemistry by Hope; but to my mind there are no advantages and many disadvantages in lectures compared with reading.
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Livingston, Ruth Lawrence, p Reverend John Livingston, minister of Ancrum, who was born at Monyabroch, June 21,and at the age of ten years was sent to a Latin school, where we are told "Mr. William Wallace, an good man and a learned humanist was school-master.".
Arkansas is the home of the late U. M. Rose, a scholar and statesman. Judge Rose was one of the great lawyers not only of Arkansas but of the United States.
Cultured, refined and modest as a woman, with a titanic intellect, he was a general favorite wherever he was known.