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William Jones

An experiment in nature, like a text in the Bible, is capable of different interpretations, according to the preconceptions of the interpreter.

— William Jones

Physiological Disquisitions (1781), 148.



Allegory Gallery Mystery Challenge 2 Reveal

Today is the reveal for the Allegory Gallery Mystery Challenge 2! I’m sorry I don’t have a picture of the kit.  I can’t even borrow one from the Allegory Gallery blog because it is a mystery kit – no picture. 260 more words

Inspired by Reading: A Girl of the Limberlost

Allegory Gallery hosts the Inspired by Reading Book Club challenges.  We post creations on the group Facebook page inspired by what we read.  This month’s book is  426 more words

The Panic of 1819

America’s reliance on cotton as an economic staple presented an opportunity for prosperity and an accompanying risk. In late 1818, the value of cotton fell as supply outpaced demand and “London banks decided there was no longer a need to extend more credit.” Daniel Walker Howe,  561 more words

Early Republic

Cthulhu's Dark Cults

I’m not much for gaming related fiction (though I have liked several of Fantasy Flight Games Arkham Horror novels), and this is the only such title I’ve reviewed. 890 more words

Book Review

William Jones August 24th, 2015

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Feast of Caroline Chisholm (May 16)

Above:  The Colonial Flag of Australia

Image in the Public Domain



English Humanitarian and Social Reformer

Caroline Chisholm… 965 more words

Saints Of The 1870s