That Autumn In Edinburgh

Author: Ciji Ware
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Andwhatajoy tobeableto weavethis partofthetale into “therestofthestory” in That
Autumn in Edinburgh. Much appreciation goes to my “beta readers,” novelist
Cynthia Wright, andabevyofdesigners and/or interior architects including friend
and fashionistaFiona Orde—who guided me throughLondon's Chelsea Harbor
Design Center—as well asLeah Robertson, Alison Vance, Diane Barr, Betsy
Brawley, and Carol Kavalaris, whoreadearlier drafts ofthe manuscript and kept
me “out of the ...

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

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A New Invention for increasing the Produce of Autumn Wheat. By M. D' Urcle. —
The inventor grounds his discovery upon the fact positively ascertained *' by
study and repeated experiments1' — that autumn wheat is not an annual, but
biennial, like the beet-root and carrot class ; and he therefore proceeds to
develop the alleged biennial properties by a novel plan of planting and treatment,
for the increase of the produce. The ground is to be well manured, either before
winter or at the ...

The Scots Magazine And Edinburgh Literary Miscellany

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The Sheriff-deputes are annually to examine the progress and state of the
records formed and kept by the Sheriff clerks, and such reports to be sent to the
Justiciary Circuit Court, in the autumn of each year. After a certain time, to be
limited by the act, all volumes of the public records to be delivered to the Lord
Clerk Register, or his deputies; and, in all time coming, the records to be
transmitted within a certain time, under a fine, in case of neglect or refusal. To
remedy the inconveniences ...

Blackwood S Edinburgh Magazine

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... and the flowers were blooming and breathing so sweetly on that autumn eve,
that, wondering not at the wish of my companions, I also voted for 'the walk.” “We
took the walk, no doubt, but. it was only to the drawing-room ; where, over a
dessert freshly culled from his gardens, and over wines for which his board was
celebrated, we ed those hours which seemed an era in my life.” All this is very
well told, and very amusing in description, and was very innocent—when all was
over.

Blackwood S Edinburgh Magazine

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... were incoherent often, and there was much repetition. But I am going to write
the gist of the odd story which took my sleep away on that autumn night, with
such explanations and additions as I think needful. The fire died down, the wind
arose, the hour grew late, and still he went on in his mumbling recitative. I forgot
to smoke, forgot my comfort, — everything but the odd figure of my friend and his
inconceivable romance. 3 K And the night before I had been in cheerful Glenaicill
! 1900.

The Edinburgh Magazine Or Literary Miscellany

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H. ARK' the wind whistles loud, 'tis the summons of death, To the delicate
orphans that Autumn has left; See the frost-bitten leaves, how they strew every
path, See each plant, shrub, and tree, of their honours berest! The deep-
drenching rain, and the harshsounding flood, The mist-mantled evening, aud
rime- spangled morn, To the feeble descendants of flesh and of blood, Alternate,
announce the dread Season's return. Now, farewell a while to the musical grove, '
Where pleasure and ...

Edinburgh Medical And Surgical Journal

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... in Edinburgh in July 1 835 ; and I met with it in two families in the New Town in
the month of August, but it was not till later in the year that it prevailed to any great
extent. Towards the end of autumn, however, and still more during the winter and
spring months, it was very generally diffused over the city and neighbourhood,
raging in the form of a very widely spread and severe epidemic ; attacking, in its
course, a great many persons of all ranks and ages, and of both sexes, and
proving ...

Mrs Robinson S Disgrace Special Edition

Author: Kate Summerscale
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This was the residence of Lady Drysdale, a rich and well— connected widow to
whom Isabella and her husband had been commended when they moved to
Edinburgh that autumn. Elizabeth Drysdale was a renowned hostess, vivacious,
generous and strong—willed, and her soirées attracted inventive, progressive
types: novelists such as Charles Dickens, who had attended one of the Drysdales
' parties in 1841; physicians such as the obstetrician and pioneer anaesthetist
James ...

Mrs Robinson S Disgrace

Author: Kate Summerscale
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This was the residence of Lady Drysdale, a rich and well— connected widow to
whom Isabella and her husband had been commended when they moved to
Edinburgh that autumn. Elizabeth Drysdale was a renowned hostess, vivacious,
generous and strong—willed, and her soirées attracted inventive, progressive
types: novelists such as Charles Dickens, who had attended one of the Drysdales
' parties in 1841; physicians such as the obstetrician and pioneer anaesthetist
James ...

Edinburgh Medical Journal

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(Council Records, Bower, ii. 182.) 1 The number in each year from 1720 to 1751,
is given by Bower (ii. 179) as communicated to him by Monro tertt'us. ' 1720 57
1730 83 1740 130 1750 158 68 82 136 144 62 107 131 68 104 164 58 111 150
51 95 76 65 I 131 182 81 ' 123 165 70 119 160 90 137 182 670 1092 1476 The
sudden fall in 1745 is accounted for by the rebellion which broke out in autumn,
Edinburgh being in the hands of Charles Edward and the Highlanders when the
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