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Beat to Quarters
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"Deck! Sail! French Frigate, Amelie, 28 guns Sir! She's seen us!"
"Thank you Mr Watson. Higgins, my compliments to the cook but dinner will have to wait. Mr Brown, bring us around - I... More > mean to engage her before sundown."
"Aye Aye Sir!"
"Mr Scott-Hargreaves, have the ship cleared for action ... and Beat to Quarters!"
Inspired by the novels of Forester and O'Brien, Beat to Quarters takes you on a voyage of action and intrigue during the Age of Sail. Fight the French with cutlass, pistol or cannon as you sail one of the mighty ships of the Royal Navy into battle.
Beat to Quarters is a stand-alone game that is also fully compatible with Duty & Honour.< Less
Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly 1983 Edition
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Vol 15, No 1, Feb 1983; Letter from The Library of Congress, Washington DC; Early Settlers–Cowie; Naturalization Records of Boulder; Lafayette Cemetery; Central City Opera House Chair Names;... More > Letter Wheeler Cty, NE Homesteader, Sarah Ann Olds Johnson; Letters to Richard Kerr; Richard Gildersleeve;
Vol 15, No 2, May 1983; Boulder County IOOF Lodges; Nafe and Barnes Bible Records; Descendants Ford Family of Scotland; Civil War Letters-Alfred Nathan Trousdale; Research in Newspapers; Checking Church Records;
Vol 15, No 3, Aug 1983; Early Settlers–Pancost; Lafayette Cemetery Records; Fiske and Bounds Bible Records; Robert Campell Estate Sale, Gibson County, TN, 1858; French Surnames, Francic J. Geck; French-Canadian Translation of Surnames; Recollections of Cordelia Hellyer Williams, Age 95
Vol 15, No 4, Nov 1983; Early Settlers–Gould; The Refugee Tract; Historical Sketch of an Allegheny County, PA Church; Census Microfilm; Will of Amos Fiske, Suffold, England< Less
Jean Baptiste : A Story of French Canada (Illustrated)
“Jean Baptiste Giroux rose in his place and began to read, in a clear and resonant voice, the story of that other Jean Baptiste, his patron saint. "Saint John, dwelling alone in the... More > wilderness beyond the Dead Sea, prepared himself by self discipline and by constant communion with God, for the wonderful office to which he had been divinely called. The very appearance of the holy Baptist was of itself a lesson to his countrymen. His dress was that of the old prophets--a garment of camel's hair attached to his body by a leathern girdle. His food was such as the desert afforded--locusts and wild honey. Because of his exalted sanctity a great multitude came to him from every quarter. Brief and startling was his final exhortation to them: 'Repent ye, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.'"< Less
Beat to Quarters: A Game of Action and Intrigue in the Age of Sail
"Deck! Sail! French Frigate, Amelie, 28 guns Sir! She's seen us!" "Thank you Mr Watson. Higgins, my compliments to the cook but dinner will have to wait. Mr Brown, bring us around - I... More > mean to engage her before sundown." "Aye Aye Sir!" "Mr Scott-Hargreaves, have the ship cleared for action ... and Beat to Quarters!" Inspired by the novels of Forester and O'Brien, Beat to Quarters takes you on a voyage of action and intrigue during the Age of Sail. Fight the French with cutlass, pistol or cannon as you sail one of the mighty ships of the Royal Navy into battle. Beat to Quarters is a stand-alone game that is also fully compatible with Duty & Honour.< Less
Apres Moi Le Dessert: A French Eighteenth Century Model Meal
Original eighteenth century recipes - most newly translated from French - selected to match a "model meal" given in a classic period cookbook.
This includes, in three services, an oille... More > (olio), a terrine of partridge with cabbage, another of filet of duck with green sauce, a pigeon tart, chickens in galantine, filet of beef with cucumbers, a grenade with blood, quail in the frying pan and chicken in cinders, a small quarter of veal, larded and served in its juice, a hen garnished with chickens with eggs, four young rabbits, a plate of young pheasants garnished with young quail, two salads and two sauces, partridge pate or boar's head, an omelet a la Noailles, fried cream, garnished with peach beignets, a stew of green truffles, a dish of artichokes, a dish of peas, a dish of crayfish, fried animelles (i.e., testicles!) and a dish of ramekins.
Enough in other words, for several modern - and very tasty - meals; or a very copious recreation of an Old Regime feast!< Less
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A visual tour of New Orleans. From The French Quarter to the Marigny, the river to the Garden District, and from Desire to the Bayou, New Orleans is a city that lives in the hearts and imagination of... More > the world.< Less
A young woman is terrified by an evil sinister in a cell phone she purchased from a strange old woman in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Find Your Way Home
Born in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie, Louisiana, David Atwood's childhood playground was the French Quarter. His carousel consisted of daily rides on the Algiers' ferry. And his musical... More > training started on the second line. Through all of this, Atwood has been a historian of the moments he has witnessed - as a musician, storyteller, radio personality, and now in this collection of poems that share the adventures of coming of age in Louisiana and the experience of seeing that home carried into the waves of history. With the familiar landmarks erased and once active neighborhoods shrouded in blue tarps, Atwood chronicles the journey of each of us as we travel the world to find our place in it before we can find our way home.< Less