Category: Reference Books

How To Write Letters

How To Write Letters

The book is an edited and illustrated version of the original one and includes 18 or more unique illustrations which are relevant to its content. The forms for engraved invitations, announcements, and the like, and the styles of notepapers, addresses, monograms, and crests are by courtesy of the Bailey, Banks and Biddle Company, Brentano’s, and […]

Bartending For Beginners

Bartending For Beginners

“Bartending for Beginners” is a simple, easy to use guide that will teach you more than your inexperienced counterparts. When you go into a job, you want to be armed with as much expertise and information as you can possibly find. If you’re a big entertainer in your home, this book is perfect for you […]

Learn While You Sleep

Learn While You Sleep

Learn While You Sleep reports concisely (but fully) the views of the great scholars of the past and present on this subject. Their conclusions about methods of learning, about memory, and about the role of the un­conscious in the process of learning and recall are sum­marized and considered in relation to this approach which I […]

Routledges Manual Of Etiquette

Routledges Manual Of Etiquette

To introduce persons who are mutually unknown is to undertake a serious responsibility, and to certify to each the respectability of the other. Never undertake this responsibility without in the first place asking yourself whether the persons are likely to be agreeable to each other; nor, in the second place, without ascertaining whether it will […]

Applied Graphology

Applied Graphology

“In view of the brilliant success of the first edition, I have been emboldened to hope that, in this new and more perfect form, the book again may attract many friends. First of all I want to thank my dear friend and co-worker of our course RUTH HAMPTON for her collaboration in the presentation of […]

The Guide To Reading

The Guide To Reading

There are three services which books may render in the home: they may be ornaments, tools, or friends. I was told a few years ago the following story which is worth retelling as an illustration of the use of books as ornaments. A millionaire who had one house in the city, one in the mountains, […]

The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry

Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir (1848- 1931) was a British chemist and author. His works include: Heroes of Science: Chemists (1883), Elementary Chemistry (1887) and The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry (1902). ‘The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry is very interesting in itself. It is also a pregnant example of […]

Prospectus

Denis Diderot (1713-1784), ne a Langres, est un ecrivain, philosophe et encyclopediste francais. Diderot fut un des grands animateurs intellectuels du XVIIIe siecle par sa curiosite, sa vaste culture, sa connaissance des langues, son esprit critique et sa force de travail. L’annee 1743 marque egalement le debut de la carriere litteraire de Diderot, par le […]

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