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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

... are gales it moves in uniform masses like the swift, still rush of a deep river. The airman, in Mr. Grahame- White’s phrase, can go to sleep on it. B... ...ound reliefs and opportunities more particularly along the shores of great rivers and inland seas. Trade and travel began, at first only a trade in ad... ...hyard; and the re- moval of Charing Cross Station to the south side of the river. Then, again, we have the systematic widening of various thor- oughfa... ...l method of Commenius is confessed by Dr. Steinmetz, who talks of so- cial morphology, physiology, pathology, and so forth. There is also a less initi... ...and choked with small particles of anthracite….” In Massachusetts, at Fall River, the Hon. J.F. Carey tells how little naked boys, free Americans, wor... ...op it. Man circumvents. If fire were human it would build boats across the rivers and outmanoeuvre the wind. It would lie in wait in sheltered places,...

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