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Mr. Cordy Jeaffreson maintains that _The Dream_ "has no autobiographical value....
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Mr. T. J. Jeaffreson, who knows the island well, intends before joining Mr. Frederick Jackson's polar expedition, to explore and cross the interior of Iceland from east to west during the winter of 1894-95, on or about the 68th parallel, traversing the practically unknown districts of Storis-anch, Spengis-andr, and O-dadahraimm, and returning across the Vatna Jokull or Great Ice Desert.
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Mr. Jeaffreson will, as did Dr. Nansen when he crossed Greenland, use ski and Canadian snow-shoes, and drag his own sledges, in preference to using ponies or dogs.
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Mr. Jeaffreson told me that at Yellowstone Park, in America, visitors are carefully watched to see that they do not make the geysers work artificially by means of soap.
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If the story of Stroker spread, which it is sure to do in such a very superstitious country, Mr. Jeaffreson will be regarded with a certain amount of awe when he starts on his ski (snow-shoes) expedition next winter.
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Jeaffreson describes a female of thirty, living in India, who was affected with complete ossification of the iris.
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J. Cordy Jeaffreson, _A Book about Doctors_.
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He had an impulse or strange persuasion of his own mind (says J. Cordy Jeaffreson, in "A Book about Doctors") that he had the gift of curing the King's Evil.
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Examples of Jeaffreson

Example #1
The character of the poet, as well as the poem itself, suggests another criticism.
Example #2
Moore says (_Life_, p. 321) that _The Dream_ cost its author "many a tear in writing"-being, indeed, the most mournful as well as picturesque "story of a wandering life" that ever came from the pen and heart of man.
Example #3
His reasons for wishing to cross in the winter are, first, that in summer ponies must be used for the journey, and they could not carry sufficient food and fuel for the expedition as well as fodder for themselves; second, the roughness of the ground and the weight of the burdens would necessitate very short distances being traversed each day.
Example #4
Dr. Karl Grossman, who travelled through the north-west of the island, on geology intent, has kindly furnished me with excellent photographs of ponies.
Example #5
We may look for an interesting volume on the natural history of Iceland from his pen.