Dictionary Browne of Dickens novels (18151882) 2. Browne, Charles Farrar Browne, Artemus Ward United States writer of humorous tales of an itinerant showman (1834-1867). http://www.dictionarydefinition.net/Browne.html
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Project Gutenberg Bibliographic Record Author Ward, Artemus. Author Alias Browne, Charles Farrar, 18341867. LanguageEnglish. LoC Class Language and Literatures American literature. http://demo1.globule.org/gutenberg/browse/BIBREC/BR3273.HTM
Anglophone and Anglophonee more quaintness and drollery Henry Wheeler Shaw (18181885)and Charles Farrar Browne (1834-1867), known as Josh Billings and Artemus http://discover.bpa.nu/anglophone/
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Art/Books By/about Artemus WARD - McLean Arts & Books Authors Artemus WARD 18341867 (American). Charles Farrar Browne, American humoristBorn in Maine, he worked as a reporter on the Cleveland Plain Dealer http://www.mcleanbooks.com/gallery/artistinfo.php?artist=1597&retlist=writerlist
Algarve Riding Club - Newsletter June He s the wuss speller I know of (Charles Farrar Browne 18341867) Artemus Wardin London Ch.4 At the Tomb of Shakespeare. http://www.arc.west-algarve.net/newsletter062002.htm
Extractions: Congratulations to all our winners and to Sam Carr and young Jessica Feder for their immaculate turn-out, although I think all the horses were well turned out. Many thanks to Eduarda and her team at Quinta do Lago who went to a lot of trouble to make the venue shipshape for us. The arena was levelled, raked and watered. The lunch was excellent and I, personally, would like the Club to return to this venue - your comments please.
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Thoughts_and_Quotes Artemus Ward = Charles Farrar Browne 1834,1867 - american humorist Samuel TaylorColeridge - 1772,1834 - english poet George Eliot, pseud. of Mary Ann http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Arc/2859/thoughts_and_quotes.html
Extractions: Here are some thoughts from different kinds of people. They go from some of the world's greatest philosophers and writers to popular sayings. I tried to start each section with funny remarks and get to the more deep reflections. At the end of the page you'll find a very brief explanation on who were the people that said each of these things. If you know of any interesting quotations or even your own thoughts and would like them included here, just write them on my guestbook. Please try to name the author as well.
Product Listing - Americana Browne, Charles Farrar. 1834 1867. Hingston, EP - Editor. Edited by EPHingston, The Companion and Agent of Artemus Ward Whilst On the Rampage. http://www.tavbooks.com/bookstore/index.cgi?product=Americana&keywords=&pid=&nam
Definition For Browne Browne Audio pronunciation of Browne ( P ) Pronunciation Key (broun), CharlesFarrar. Pen name Artemus Ward (wôrd) 18341867. http://www.betterdictionary.com/word/browne.html
WIST - A Collection Of Quotations :: W Artemus Ward (18341867) American humorist, editor, lecturer pseud. of CharlesFarrar Browne. Thrice is he armed that hath his quarrel just http://www.wist.info/authors/w.html
Extractions: Wish I'd Said That! By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he's wrong. Charles Wadsworth The ability to delude yourself may be an important survival tool. Jane Wagner (b. 1935) American humorist, writer, director No person is you friend who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow. Alice Walker (b. 1944) American writer The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any. Alice Walker (b. 1944) American writer I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don't notice it. Alice Walker (b. 1944) American writer The Color Purple Never let the urgent crowd out the important. Kelly Catlin Walker (contemp.) American motivational speaker, business consultant Being on the tightrope is living; everything else is waiting. Karl Wallenda (1905-1978) German-American tightrope walker History is a romance that is believed; romance, a history that is not believed. Horace Walpole (1717-1797) English novelist, letter writer This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel.
Extractions: Wish I'd Said That! The entries on this page sort from oldest to newest. The following are the folks who are currently quoted in WIST, along with a count of how many quotes there are for each. (The links to the author names should eventually zero in to the first quote on the appropriate page, but for the moment only goes to the appropriate page itself.) Edward Abbey (1927-1989) American anarchist, writer, environmentalist ... 'Ali ibn Abi-Talib (602-661) Fourth Caliph ... Morris B. Abram (1918-2000) American diplomat, civil rights lawyer ... Bella Abzug (1920-1998) American politician ... Diane Ackerman (b. 1948) American poet, non-fiction writer ... Lord John Dalberg, Lord Acton (1834-1902) British historian ... Abigail Adams (1744-1818) American writer, First Lady ... Douglas Adams (1952-2001) English writer ... Franklin Pierce Adams (1881-1960) American journalist and humorist ... James Luther Adams (1901-1994) American theologian ... John Adams (1735-1826) US President (1797-1801) ... John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) US President (1825-29) ...
Links In The Chain On August 2, 1948, a bust of Artemus Ward (18341867), pen name of Charles FarrarBrowne, noted lecturer and humorist, and in 1859 a member of the Cleveland http://184.108.40.206/ebooks/tpap/pg31.html
Extractions: The American Cultural Garden is located west of the upper Boulevard just north of the Superior Avenue intersection. It is planted informally with native varieties of trees, shrubs, and vines. In 1933 the administration of the Cleveland Council Parent Teacher's Association, by unanimous resolution voted to support the American Garden project. Mrs. Norma Wulff, then president of the P.T.A. Council, appointed Mrs. Anna Ochs as chairman of the American Garden project. Mrs. Jennie K. Zwick was invited to speak before the P.T.A. and described in detail the plan for the American Garden. The future site of the American Garden was dedicated by the Parent Teachers Association Council on May 24, 1935. Mrs. Norma Wulff presided and introduced Mrs. Anna Ochs. Cleveland school children participated in the program with American folk dancing, and the P.T.A. Mothersingers sang American folk songs, including those of Stephen Foster. Charles L. Lake, then superintendent of schools, extended greetings. School bands played the National Anthem and "America the Beautiful." Here on December 6, 1935, a bronze bust of Mark Twain, the work of Frank L. Jirouch, and bought with pennies given by the Cuyahoga County public school children, was unveiled upon the 100