By Olive San Louie Anderson
This old publication can have various typos and lacking textual content. dealers can frequently obtain a loose scanned reproduction of the unique e-book (without typos) from the writer. no longer listed. now not illustrated. 1878 variation. Excerpt: ... bankruptcy XL finish OF THE PKEPARATION.--BEGINNING OF THE profession. "Large pursuits maintain the soul unfastened; just like the nice oceancurrents which interchange the climates of the globe, they stability the character and regulate all excess."--Anon. while the second one semester started, Will elected her reviews with no consulting anybody other than Nell. She secretly was hoping that Randolf wouldn't be within the similar sessions, for then she could infrequently see him, and that, she notion, will be an outstanding aid. She made up our minds to take background and analytical chemistry, and she or he saved on with Greek and Latin. while she went into Professor Roemer's room to get the checklist of old questions, the 1st one she observed was once Pandolf, who had come for a similar function. "Why, of course," she idea, "I may have recognized he could take background! and perhaps, in the end, it's a little cowardly for me to be unwilling to fulfill him in recitations." Nell took chemistry additionally, and so they made themselves huge aprons, and engaged tables on the laboratory facet by means of part. the 1st morning, after they have been arranging the bottles at the cabinets and washing test-tubes, Will glanced throughout to the subsequent row, and on a card above one of many tables she observed Randolf's identify, which intended that he had engaged it for paintings. It was once relatively a accident that Randolf must have selected useful chemistry too, and he or she was once extra amused than frustrated on the undeniable fact that their tables have been so positioned that she might see the again of his head each time she regarded up. Randolf had selected a path in toxicology as a possible assist in his destiny paintings, in order that Will's causes and his have been an analogous in electing paintings within the laboratory; for she had lower back to her unique purpose of learning drugs, and for this a direction in chemistry was once the first...
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