Popular Pastimes for Field and Fireside; Or, Amusements for Young and Old

M. Bradley & Company, 1867 - 248 頁

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第 189 頁 - I'd have you remember that when poverty comes in at the door, love flies out at the window.
第 48 頁 - Players must make their bases in the order of striking ; and when a fair ball is struck, and not caught flying, the first base must be vacated, as also the second and third bases, if they are occupied at the same time. Players may be put out upon any base, under these circumstances, in the same manner as the striker when running to the first base.
第 51 頁 - No umpire is to be changed during a match, unless with the consent of both parties, except in case of violation of the 42nd Law ; then either party may dismiss the transgressor. 44. After the delivery of four balls the umpire must call "Over...
第 129 頁 - Moscati, who was interested in the success of the experiment; and this apparatus, called the Giant's Harp...
第 126 頁 - ... substance will adhere to it; then lay a piece of white paper upon the top of the gummed paper, and rub it gently with your finger, or the smooth handle of a knife. A perfect impression of the wings will thus be taken. The body must be drawn and painted in the space between the wings. IMPRESSIONS OF LEAVES. DIP a piece of white paper in sweet oil, and hold it over the lamp, until it is very thoroughly blackened with smoke; place a green leaf upon the black surface, and let it remain...
第 128 頁 - When the air blows upon these strings, with different degrees of force, it will excite different tones of sound ; sometimes the blast brings out all the tones in...
第 53 頁 - When three strikes are called and the ball be caught, either before touching the ground or upon the first bound, the striker shall be declared out, provided the balls struck at are not those on which balls or...
第 48 頁 - Players running bases must tonch them; and, so far as possible, keep upon the direct line between them ; and must touch them in the following order ; first, second, third, and home ; and if returning must reverse this order ; and should any player run three feet out of this line, for the purpose of avoiding the ball in the hands of an adversary, he shall be declared out.
第 49 頁 - SEC. 26. If two hands are already out, no player running home at the time the ball is struck, can make a run to count in the score of the game if the striker is put out.
第 245 頁 - If a gentleman — he must put on a lady's bonnet, and imitate the voice of the lady to whom it belongs ; if a lady, then a gentleman's hat, &c.