Illustrated guide of various golf swing techniques, by Daryn Hammond. The book contains chapters on the grip, swing, action of the wrist, balance of body, stance, overswinging, socketing and some other enormities.
Alexander and Janet Schaw, Scottish siblings, began a journey in 1774 that would take them from Edinburgh to the Caribbean Islands and then to America. Part of the early wave of Scottish colonization, the pair visited family and friends who had already established themselves in the colonies. Journal of a Lady of Quality is Janet Schaw’s account of this voyage through letters to a friend in Scotland. The letters describe the sights, scenery, and social life she encountered, but they also reveal the political atmosphere of an America on the verge of revolution. Stephen Carl Arch provides a new introduction for this Bison Books edition. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 2
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The position of the Scottish Episcopal Church : with regard to liturgical usage, and communion with the United Church of England and Ireland : a charge addressed to the clergy of the city and district of Glasgow, May 7, 1845 Talbot Collection of British P
NUC pre-1956 Includes bibliographical references Talbot collection of British pamphlets
- Author: Agassiz Association. Wilson Ornithological Chapter
- Genre: Scotland
Official organ of the Wilson Ornithological Society, Wilson Ornithological Club and from June 1916 to Dec. 1924 of the Nebraska Ornithologists' Union No. 4 (Jan. 15, 1895)-11 (Nov. 30, 1896) have title: Bulletin Numbered as: old series v. 6- , new series v. 1- Vol. 8 omitted in numbering; includes Bulletin no. 6-11 Vols. for 1894-1920, 1926-1950 also have whole nos. 1-113, 134-186 Includes membership list issued as supplement to Wilson bulletin Issued by the Wilson Ornithological Chapter of the Agassiz Association, 1894-1902; by the Wilson Ornithological Club, 1903-1955; with the Nebraska Ornithologists' Union, June 1916-Dec. 1924; by the Wilson Ornithological Society, 1956-2005
Many plays included in former editions are omitted in this, and replaced by others less accessible; or now first reprinted from the originals "A strictly chronological arrangement has been adopted." cf. Pref "Glossarial index, by Richard Morris, LL. D.": vol. xv, p. -509 I. Interlude of the four elements. The tragic-comedy of Calisto and Melibæa. Everyman: a moral play. Hickscorner. The pardoner and the friar. The world and the child. God's promises. The four P.P. A new interlude, called Thersites.--II. Interlude of youth. Lusty Juventus. Jack Juggler. Nice wanton. History of Jacob and Esau. Disobedient child. Marriage of wit and science.--III. New custom. Ralph Roister Doister. Gammer Gurton's needle. The trial of treasure. Like will to like .--IV. Damon and Pithias. Appius and Virginia. Cambyses. The misfortune of Arthur. Jeronimo.--V. The Spanish tragedy. Cornelia. Soliman and Perseda. Life and death of Jack Straw.--VI. The conflict of conscience. Rare triumps of love and fortune. Three ladies of London. Three lords and three ladies of London. A knack to know a knave --VII. Tancred and Gismunda. Wounds of Civil War. Mucedorus. The two angry women of Abington. Look about you.--VIII. Summer's last will and testament. Downfall fo Robert, earl of Huntington. Death of Robert, earl of Huntington. Contention between liberality and prodigality. Grim the collier of Croydon.--IX. How to choose a good wife from a bad. The return from Parnassus. Wily beguiled. Lingua. Miseries of enforced marriage.--X. The revenger's tragedy. The dumb knight. The merry devil of Edmonton. Ram-Alley. The second maiden's tragedy. Englishmen for my money.--XI. A woman is a weathercock. Amends for ladies. Green's Tu quoque. Albumazar. The hog hath lost his pearl. The heir.--XII. The old couple. A woman never vexed. The ordinary. The London chanticleers. The shepherd's holiday. The true Trojans. The lost lady --XIII. A match at midnight. The city nightcap. The city match. The queen of Arragon. The antiquary.--XIV. The rebellion. Lust's dominion; or, The lascivious queen. Andromana. Lady Alimony. The parson's wedding.--XV. Elvira; or, The worst not always true. The marriage night. The adventures of five hours. All mistaken; or, The mad couple. Historia histrionica. Index and Glossary
"Most of the chapter ... originally appeared in the Gentleman's magazine ... The Story introduced in chapter x. appeared in Tom Hood's comic annual for 1874."-Pref