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Messrs. J. B. Lippincott Company, for permission to quote from “Forced Movements,” by Jacques Loeb.
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The House and Grave of Byron_, 1855; and an article in _Lippincott's Magazine_, 1876, vol.
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In 1876 the Lippincotts published his `Florida', and in 1877 his first volume of `Poems', which contained ninety-four pages and consisted chiefly of pieces*2* previously published in the magazines.
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J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 1876.
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J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 1877.
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J.B. Lippincott & Co. 8vo.
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Also see Lippincott's Magazine, March and September, 1886.
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PHILADELPHIA: J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
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Tell them about Harper's Book of facts, Hayden's Dictionary of dates, the Century and Lippincott reference books and so on; also Chambers' Book of days, and the mythological dictionaries, in addition to the best encyclopedias, leaving at each school a descriptive list of these books for their further use.
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He published two volumes of tales, sporting sketches, &c., with Lippincott, in Philadelphia, which are remarkable for originality.
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There were present Mr. Furness, Dr. Leidy, Professor Thompson, Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, Dr. White, Dr. Knerr, Mr. Fullerton, Colonel Kase, Mr. Frank Furness, Mrs. J. Dundas Lippincott, Mrs. Dr. Pepper, Mrs. A.L. Wister, and a number of others.
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Before the lights were put out, Dr. White was asked to tie the Medium, and Mrs. Lippincott to sew the ends of the ribbon and tape with which he was tied.
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A bit of black tape was then passed under the ribbon and tied around the wrist, the ends being knotted and sewed together by Mrs. Lippincott.
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Examples of Lippincott

Example #1
Princeton University Press, for permission to quote from “Heredity and Environment,” by Edwin Grant Conklin.
Example #2
Messrs. D. Appleton & Company, for permission to quote from “Corporation Finance,” by E. S. Mead.
Example #3
Nor the steps of enslavers and chain-kissing slaves[je] Be stamped in the turf o'er their fetterless clay.
Example #4
Yes, happy are they in their cold English graves!
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Soon after settling in Baltimore, Lanier made a careful study of Old and Middle English, the fruits of which he partially embodied in courses of lectures given to his private class and to the public, the latter at the Peabody Institute, in 1879.
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To Taylor he owed his selection to write the `Centennial Cantata', which gave him still greater notoriety, though, to be sure, some of it was not very grateful to him.