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Image from page 180 of “Character sketches of romance, fiction and the drama” (1892)
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Title: Character sketches of romance, fiction and the drama
Year: 1892 (1890s)
Authors: Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham
Subjects: Literature Allusions Fiction.
Publisher: New York,: E. Hess
Contributing Library: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries
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tist M. tVeber, Engraver B ARFUSSLE, or Little Barefoot, a German peasant child. She wasearly orphaned and left alone in the world with her brother,dependent upon the parish in which her father and mother hadlived. From them she bad inherited a sturdy independence that made herrefuse to accept any gift she had not earned, and willing to do any work tosupport herself . She was first gooseherd, then domestic servant on a farms. %■ To save her shoes, she went barefoot, and thus earned her nickname. Her 4 J brother was a weak, incompetent boy, and upon her fell the burden of plan- ning and caring for him. She was taken to a wedding feast, as a raretreat, and while there danced with a young man, to whom she lost her heart.He was a stranger, and came to her home, later, seeking a wife among thefarmers daughters. Finding her, however, he asked her to be his wife, andtook her from her position as servant to his own fine farm, several leagues from her old home. Berthold Auerbachs Barfiissle.

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LITTLE BAREFOOT. BAEDON 99 BARLEYCORN troop of lieutenant Fitzurse.—Sir W.Scott, Ivanlioe (time, Richard I.). Barefoot Boy, reminiscence of the au-thors own boyhood in Whittiers poem,The Barefoot Boy. Prince thou art,—the grown-up manOnly is repubhcan. Barfere (2 syl.), an advocate of Toulouse,called The Anacreon of the Guillotine.He was president of the ConA-ention, amember of the Constitutional Committee,and chief agent in the condemnation todeath of Louis XVI. As member of theCommittee of Public Safety, he decreedthat Terror must be the order of theday. In the first empire Barere bore nopublic part, but at the restoration he wasbanished from France, and retired to Brus-sels (1755-18-41). The filthiest and most spiteful Yahoo of thefiction was a noble creatm-e compared with theBarere of history.—Lord Macaulay. Barfiisle, pretty German child, left anorphan at a tender age, and east upon theworld. She maintains herself reputablyand resists many temptations until she ishappily ma

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Image taken from page 206 of ‘Statistique générale topographique, industrielle, historique … et biographique du Département de la Gironde’
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Title: "Statistique générale topographique, industrielle, historique … et biographique du Département de la Gironde"
Author: FÉRET, Édouard.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10174.h.7."
Volume: 02
Page: 206
Place of Publishing: Paris
Date of Publishing: 1874
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001217932

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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
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Safety Committee J. W. Root Superintendent F. C. Moran Trainmaster J. G. Kircher Road Foreman of Engines O. J. Kelly Master Mechanic L. E. Haislcp Division Engineer F. R. Davjs Terminal Trainmaster Dr. J. P. Lawlor Medical Examiner E. Chapman Captain of Police F. A. Carpenter Agent, Parkersburg S. E. Eastburn Agent, Yardmaater, Huntington H. F. Owens Secretary Rotating Members P. M. Roe Engineer O. W. McCarty Fireman H. Neal Conductor M. F. Caldwell Brakeman A. C. Smith Car Department C. R. Taylor Locomotive Department J. E. Rosier Stores Department W. E. Kennedy, claim agent, is able to re-sume his duties after an illness of three weeks. J. McC. Martin, traveling freight agent, is offduty account illness. W. P. Flaherty, motive timekeeper in thedivision accountants office, has resigned toaccept a position with Consolidation Coal Com-pany, Fairmont, W. Va. C. W. Licklider, assistant transportationtimekeeper, resigned on October 15 to accept asimilar position with the Coal and Coke at

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TRACK FOREMAN GUAM P BLAIR OS THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE Elkins, VV. Va., to which place he has movedhis family. He was succeeded by Miss EthelOwens. D. M. Grotty, yard clerk, returned from afifteen days vacation which he spent visitingcities in the far west. C. J. OConnor, clerk to trainmaster androad foreman of engines, returned from a vaca-tion spent in New York, Atlantic City and othercities of the east. He reports a fine time. Our popular passenger brakeman, C. F. Bran-ham, of trains Nos. 71 and 72, has returned toduty after a short vacation which he spent athis home in the southern part of the state. Cleveland Division Correspondent, G. B. Gymer, Secretaryto Superintendent, Cleveland Divisional Safety Committee H. B. Green Superintendent G. B. Gymer Secretary J. J. Powers Trainmaster W. J. Head Trainmaster A. R. Carver Division Engineer G. R. Galloway Master Mechanic P. C. Loux Road Foreman of Engines G. H. Kaiser Road Foreman of Engines A.J. Bell Terminal Agent Dr

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