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Three hundred games & pastimes, or, What shall we do now?

E. V. Lucas

Three hundred games & pastimes, or, What shall we do now?

A book of suggestions for childrens̓ games and employments.

by E. V. Lucas

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
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Pagination354 p.
Number of Pages354
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Open LibraryOL13541592M
OCLC/WorldCa14116628

Książka Three Hundred Games and Pastimes or What Shall We Do Now? - A Book of Suggestions for Children's Games and Activities autorstwa Lucas Elizabeth, Lucas Edward Verrall, dostępna w Sklepie w cenie. Przeczytaj recenzję Three Hundred Games and Pastimes or What Shall We Do Now? - A Book of Suggestions for Children's Games and Activities. The writer of this book probably had before his eyes these words of David, in his last prayer, 1 Chronicles "For we are strangers before thee, and sojourners, as all our fathers were; our days upon earth are as a Shadow, and there is no expectation. There is no reason to hope that they shall be prolonged; for our lives are limited down. All these, and more than these we had continually, in superfluous abundance, caught by Falconers, Fowlers, Fishers, and brought by my Lord's tenants and purveyors to victual our camp, which consisted of fourteen or fifteen hundred men and horses; the manner of the hunting is this live or six hundred men do rise early in the morning, and they do. Harriet: You know, I’m not really comfortable talking about myself. Novel PASTimes: Well, we’ll make this quick. Harriet: Good. Novel PASTimes: What impression do people get when they first meet you? Harriet: I come off as very serious and intense but I have to be—as a woman aiming to become a professional chemist in the late s, I must prove I’m just as capable as the men around me.


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