The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 49
National Geographic Society, 1926 - Geography
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Page 72 - Yet to be come at by the breeze; He did not cease, but cooed and cooed, And somewhat pensively he wooed; He sang of love, with quiet blending, Slow to begin and never ending; Of serious faith and inward glee, That was the song, the song for me.
Page 306 - dust. The worldly hope men set their hearts upon Turns ashes, or it prospers ; and anon, Like snow upon the desert's dusty face, Lighting a little hour or two, is gone.
Page 67 - I heard a stock-dove sing or say His homely tale, this very day; His voice was buried among trees, Yet to be come at by the breeze; He did not cease, but cooed and cooed, And somewhat pensively he wooed; He sang of love, with quiet blending, Slow to begin and never ending; Of serious faith and inward glee, That was the song, the song for me.
Page 174 - Paracelsus": Are there not . . . dear Michal, Two points in the adventure of a diver, One—when, a beggar, he prepares to plunge. One—when, a prince, he rises with his pearl? The
Page 304 - with whom a thousand years are as one day and one day as a thousand years—
Page 551 - and not a soul to tell Why thou art desolate can e'er return.
Page 573 - Her feet beneath her petticoat Like little mice stole in and out"; and
Page 457 - of the National Geographic Society by the first of the month to affect the following month's issue. For instance, if you desire the address changed for your May number, the Society should be notified of your new address not later than April first.
Page 191 - To enjoy true happiness, we must travel into a very far country, and even out of ourselves, for the Pearl we seek for is
Page 613 - summit was ever seen, we took the liberty of giving it a name. It will appear on our maps as Mount Logan, in honor of Sir William E. Logan, founder and long director of the Geological Survey of Canada.