TEXAS INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES LOFT PROGRAM Captain Jack Sommerville
As a preface , we do have a different program than those ... Initially , we had a
similar program which we called " Recurrent , Day One , " where we provided
them with two hours of ground ... cases , so we do not place some of the old
veterans , who have been flying nothing but captain all their lives , in the first
officer ' s seat .
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15 , 8vo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Macmillan alt . A ) Captain Jack , or the Great
Van Broek Property , 2 vols . , post 8vo . . 1 1 0 Tinsley ang ( Arebp ) England and
Maybe there has never been a more comprehensive work on the history of Chicago than the five volumes written by Josiah S. Currey - and possibly there will never be. Without making this work a catalogue or a mere list of dates or distracting the reader and losing his attention, he builds a bridge for every historically interested reader. The history of Windy City is not only particularly interesting to her citizens, but also important for the understanding of the history of the West. This volume is number two out of five and covers topics like Douglas and Lincoln in Chicago, the Great Fires, the Civil War, Evanston and the Universities.
moment when the steamer went down, and on this the heroic Captain Jack
Wilson (who himself lost his life) gathered more than fifty people and navigated
the improvised raft towards the shore at Winnetka. The raft ran on a sandbar at
Author: Josiah Seymour Currey
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Biography of American educator, author, explorer, and storyteller of the Wild West, John Wallace Crawford.
See Cody , Life , p . 349 . 31. Omaha Daily Bee , July 25 , 1876 . 32. Crawford ,
Poet Scout ( 1879 ) , pp . 25-27 ; Omaha Daily Bee , July 31 , 1876 ; Cheyenne
Daily Leader , July 28 , 1876 ; L. G. Flannery , ed . , John Hunton's Diary , vol . 2 ...
Author: Darlis A. Miller
Category: Literary Criticism
“If Jane Austen had written rousing sea yarns, she would have produced something very close to the prose of Patrick O'Brian.” —Time It’s 1802. The Treaty of Amiens has brought an end to the hostilities between Great Britain and France. Captain Jack Aubrey and his friend, naval surgeon Stephen Maturin, are enjoying the respite in the English countryside, besotted with two beautiful cousins, Sophie Williams and Diana Villiers—until Aubrey loses his fortune and they flee to France to escape his creditors. While in France, Napoleon smashes the Peace of Amiens and war begins anew. Aubrey and Maturin, now finding themselves behind enemy lines, make their way back to England. Maturin is sent to Spain on an intelligence-gathering mission and the now-solvent Aubrey assumes command of a strange warship, pursuing his quarry straight into the mouth of a French-held harbor. Amidst the rollicking adventures at sea and mishaps on land, Aubrey and Maturin’s friendship is tested by their romantic entanglements with the cousins in this brilliant second installment of the epic series.
'Why,' said Jack, with so wretched a look that Christy-Pallière, who had hitherto
thought him a muff to mind having two young ... and the two men had moved on
to the subject of humanity at large – man's general unfitness for life as it is lived.
Author: Patrick O'Brian
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
264.13 Two lives 237.10 Macready , William C. Reminiscences , and Violet
237.18 selections from his diaries and letters . ... A mingled yarn ... 287.35 See
Note in Bulletin , Vol . 2 , p . 370 . Editor . The young lady's book 328.4 Mackay ,
Charles . ... Roberts , M. 369.7 243.21 MacKnight [ McKnight ] , C. Captain Jack ;
Author: Boston Public Library. South Boston Branch
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and the Lone Star State can certainly boast of immense ranches, vast oil fields, enormous cowboy hats, and larger-than-life heroes. Among the greatest of the latter are the iconic Texas Rangers, a service that has existed, in one form or another, since 1823. Established in Waco in 1968, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum continues to honor these legendary symbols of Texas and the American West. While upholding a proud heritage of duty and sacrifice, even men who wear the cinco peso badge can have their own champions. Thirty-one individuals—whose lives span more than two centuries—have been enshrined in the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame. In The Ranger Ideal Volume 2: Texas Rangers in the Hall of Fame, 1874-1930, Darren L. Ivey presents capsule biographies of the twelve inductees who served Texas in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Ivey begins with John B. Jones, who directed his Rangers through their development from state troops to professional lawmen; then covers Leander H. McNelly, John B. Armstrong, James B. Gillett, Jesse Lee Hall, George W. Baylor, Bryan Marsh, and Ira Aten—the men who were responsible for some of the Rangers’ most legendary feats. Ivey concludes with James A. Brooks, William J. McDonald, John R. Hughes, and John H. Rogers, the “Four Great Captains” who guided the Texas Rangers into the twentieth century.
Parsons and Little, Captain L. H. McNelly, 51, 55, 56; State Police Service
Records, L. H. McNelly, 401–46, TSLAC; Houston ... 43; John Wesley Hardin,
The Life of John Wesley Hardin, From the Original Manuscript, As Written By
Himself (Seguin: Smith & Moore, 1896), 25 (quotation). ... 2009), 59–73, 77–91,
95–96; Chuck Parsons, Captain Jack Helm: A Victim of Texas Reconstruction
Violence (Denton: ...
Author: Darren L. Ivey
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
2/6 cl . Captain Jack , cr . 8vo . 5 / cl . hitherto the sight of Gezer has been
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form and extent of the terriLIST OF NEW BOOKS , Cassell's Quiver , Vol . 1874 ,
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Conscious of possible deficiencies, the editor presents this result of his labors to all readers interested in the history of this beautiful town. Although the work is largely a compilation of facts and figures touching the history of Georgia's metropolis from its founding to the first years of the 20th century and no special merit of originality is claimed for it, the reader will find much in these pages as is not elsewhere easily accessible in printed form — matter authentic and valuable for reference. Particularly is this true of the war history recorded with great fidelity and no little detail in the first volume. The facts therein contained were gathered from original sources — Federal and Confederate — mostly direct from field orders, reports and correspondence. The task involved a vast deal of research and reading, but the editor feels compensated by the belief that a fuller or more reliable narrative of the famous "Atlanta Campaign," from Dalton to Jonesboro, was never written. The second volume, which deals with post-bellum and modern Atlanta, will be found to be brought down to date in preserving a record of the city's upbuilding and remarkable progress. The last decade of the 19th century has completely metamorphosed Atlanta physically. Her rehabilitation after the ruthless legions of Sherman passed through her ashes to the sea was not more magical, if we may use the word, than has been her rapid transformation in this latter conquest of peace. It is surprising, at first blush, but nearly all of the better buildings of Atlanta, business and residential, have been constructed within less than these past ten years, and this means the practical rebuilding of the city and its wide expansion in that short space of time. This is volume two out of two.
Jackson touched the life of the community it is only necessary to mention some of
the posts which he filled. Successively he ... "HONEST JACK JONES" was the
well-bestowed sobriquet which Georgia's distinguished ex-treasurer. Captain
Author: Thomas H. Martin
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
486.21 modern Anglo - Indian society 1803.14 Captain Hatteras , The voyages
and adventures of . ... 2 v .. 500.9 Captain Jack ; or , old Fort Duquesne .
MacKnight , C. , T. Prince Perindo's wish 1419.28 C ....... 1756.6 ; 1776.11 Cabin ,
The , and ... CADET life at West Point . ... Vol . 20 , 21 of 460.1 ; 902.1.6 ; 1470.1.5
Contents . – Vol . II . Tieck ; Hoffmann . III . Richter . IV . See also SCOTT , Sir W. ,
Author: Boston Public Library
Category: English fiction
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Author: John Ross Dix
An Historical Ro . lic and Private Life of Arthur , mance of the Future . See first ...
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of India . Vol . 5 . Sedgfield ( Russell ) - The Thames . Illustrated by phoParts 2
and 3 ...
Furnishing a fascinating glimpse of America's westward expansion, a lively portrait of Captain Jack Kinney, the chief detective of the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad, describes his violent 1892 confrontation with the Dalton Gang in the small town of Adair in the Indian Territory and details his exploits as a Texas Ranger and U.S. deputy marshal. Simultaneous.
The Life and Times of a Railroad Detective John J. Kinney. 11 . ... and delusions
of the public to a certain extent ” ( letter from Porter to Jennings quoted in The
Complete Works of O . Henry , vol . 2 [ New York : Doubleday , 1953 ) , 1091 ) . 16
Author: John J. Kinney
Category: Biography & Autobiography
S1 23 4S Bemis's Heights fortified , vol . ii , 108 situation of , vol . ii , 109
Bennington , expedition against , vol . ii , 76 ... vol . i , 49 asks the advice of
Washingion , vol . i , 50 advances to attack Fort Duquesne , vol . i , 51 reception of
Captain Jack ...
Author: Washington Irving
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principles of life . with British Public opinion in Egypt upon the Egyptian Wright (
H. J. and W. P. ) ... Reprinted from The New Lancaster ( P. ) , Captain Jack O'Hara
, R.N. , 6 ) .
Author: James Silk Buckingham
Captain Jack O'Hara : a stirring book for Boys , by Percival Lancaster . Life on the
Ocean , by George . Little ; like ... India : Its Life and Thought , by the Rev. John P.
Jones . Illus . A History of the United States , by Edward Channing . Vol . 2 .