: Pussy wants a corner in this book, which reviews the delights of the World's fair and contains a series of articles depicting the pleasures of field sports ..
: Leffingwell, William Bruce. [from old catalog]
: World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) Game and game-birds
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orida on Easter Sunday; in Spanish, Pascua Florida, fromwhich the State derived its name. Deer may be killed, in each county, for four months of the year, said four months to be designated bythe respective county commissioners, whose duty it is to publish same in some local newspaper or post it.The State law is November ist to March ist. County laws: Calhoun, Clay, De Soto, Franklin, Hillsboro,Holmes, Jackson, Putnam, October ist to February ist; Citrus, October ist to December ist; Baker, Duval,Jefferson, Marion, July ist to November ist; Hernando, September istto January ist; Lake, Orange, Sum-ter, Suwannee, August ist to December ist; Alachua, Escambia, Leon, Manatee, Osceola, Pasco, Polk,Santa Rosa, Wakulla, November ist to March ist. Quails, partridges, and turkeys, November ist toMarch ist. Birds of plumage protected. Fire hunting, snaring and trapping, fish-traps, wanton destruc-tion of fish prohibited. Informers receive half the fines, the common school fund the other half. 14
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THE CAPITOL BUILDING OF GEORGIA. The illustration is that of the capitol building at Atlanta, a city which was the home ofHenry W. Grady, one of the noblest men the South ever produced. Liberty and peaceand good will toward all men was practiced in his daily life. He lives to-day in ourmemory, worshiped by many, loved by all. When we think of men whose deeds of benevolence have carved their names hi thetablets of history, we find among the number Gen. James Oglethorpe, who, when a memberof the English Parliament, obtained a charter for setting aside a tract of land in America,which in honor of George II. was named Georgia. Gen. James Oglethorpes project was one which appealed to humanity; and it was thathonest debtors, who were confined in prison for debts which it was impossible for them topay, should not be confined as felons, but have a chance to begin life anew in another climeand to be the free citizens the Lord intended they should. Oglethorpes plans wereapproved by the English
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