The History of The Hen Fever.pdf

The History of The Hen Fever

George P. Burnham

In preparing the following pages, I have had the opportunity to inform myself pretty accurately regarding the ramifications of the subject upon which I have written herein

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Sofi Voighua

The History of the Hen Fever. a Humorous Record | Burnham, Geo P 1814-1902 | ISBN: 9781287810070 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und ...

Mattio Mazios

Author: Burnham, Geo. The History of the Hen Fever. A Humorous Record. Title: The History of the Hen Fever. viii, 9-326 pages. Frontispiece illustration of Queen Victoria. Green cloth hardcover with blind stamped decorations and gilt illustrated Hen on front cover.

Noe Schulzzo

26.11.2012 9.08.2019

Jason Statham

...regarding the ramifications of the subject upon which I have written herein; and I have endeavored to avoid setting down "aught in malice" in this "History of the Hen Fever" in the United States.

Jessica Kolhmann

The first symptoms of the fever were exhibited in my own house at Roxbury, Mass., early in the summer of 1849. From that time down to the opening of 1855 (or rather to the winter of 1854), I have been rather intimately connected with the movement, if common report speaks correctly; and I believe I have seen as much of the tricks of this trade as one usually meets with in the course of a single natural life.