When Were Face Masks Invented In Medical n Buck up If you won t let me take them off you ll just have to walk home in them. At this thought the unfortunate youth s tears fell fast. But Oswald gave him an arm, and carried his boots for him, and he consented to buck up, and the two struggled on towards the others, who were coming back, attracted by Denny s yells. He did not stop howling for a moment, except to breathe. No one ought to blame him till they have had eleven leeches on their right leg and six on their left, making seventeen in all, as Dicky said, at once. It was lucky he did yell, as it turned out, because a man on the road where the telegraph wires were was interested by his howls, and came across the marsh to when were face masks invented in medical us as hard as he could. When he saw Denny s legs he said Blest if medical face maskes with filter I when were face masks invented in medical didn t think so, and he picked Denny up and carried him under one arm, where Denny went on saying Oh and It does hurt as hard as ever. Our rescuer, who proved to be a fine big young man in the bloom of youth, and a farm labourer by trade, in corduroys, carried the wretched sufferer to the cottage where he lived with his aged when were face masks invented in medical mother and then Oswald found that what he had forgotten about the leeches was SALT. The young man in the bloom of youth s mother put salt on the leeches, and they squirmed off, and fell with sickening, slug like flops on the brick floor. Then the young man in corduroys and the bloom, etc., carried Denny home on his back, after his legs had been bandaged up, so that he looked like wounded warriors returning. It was not far by the road, though such a long distance by the way the young explorers had come. He was a when were face masks invented in medical good young man, and though, of course, acts of goodness are their own reward, still I was glad he had the two half crowns Albert s uncle gave him, as well as his own good act. But I am not sure Alice ought to have put him in the Golden Deed book which was supposed to be reserved for Us. Perhaps you will think this was the end of the source of the Nile or North Pole. If you do, it only shows how mistaken the gentlest reader may be. The wounded explorer was lying with his wounds and bandages on the sofa, and we were all having our tea, with raspberries and white currants, which we richly needed after our torrid adventures, when Mrs Pettigrew, the housekeeper, put her head in at the door and said Please could when were face masks invented in medical I speak to you half a moment, sir to Albert s uncle. And her voice was the kind that makes you look at each other when the grown up has gone out, and you are silent, with your bread and butter halfway to the next bite, or y.orm no idea of the depths of gratitude in the hearts of the three quartered in your cabin for the timely and skilful service you rendered in saving us from certain death. I base my views on what I have heard them say, and what I feel myself, said the doctor with enthusiasm. I am certain that any suggestion in regard to expense would hurt the feelings of my friends and companions. I thank you, Dr. Ferrolan, for the frankness with which you have spoken, and I shall assuredly profit by what you have said, added the commander. In what I said about expense I have been moved by what I should do myself if I had the control of the matter, and were as able as Sir Modava and his lordship to incur a heavy outlay though I have a sufficient income to support a bachelor, I am a poor man compared with them. The interview closed, and the doctor retired at the end of his cigar. The next morning Captain Ringgold obtained the ready assent of the two gentlemen to take part in the conference appointed for half past nine, and later that of Dr. Ferrolan. CHAPTER IX CONCERNING THE GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA Ladies and gentlemen, it affords me very great pleasure to present to you Sir Modava Rao, who has kindly consented to give you a lesson on the geography of India, said Captain Ringgold when the company were seated in Conference Hall. This announcement was greeted with unusually stormy applause, in which the ladies joined, and then flourished their handkerchiefs as an additional welcome to the handsome Hindu. I have when were face masks invented in medical also the pleasure to inform you that Lord Tremlyn and Dr. Ferrolan have indulgently permitted me to call upon them for the instruction in regard to India which they are so abundantly competent to give us, continued the commander with a very pleasant smile upon his dignified countenance. Their subjects have been arranged, and I congratulate you and myself upon the satisfaction with which we shall all listen to these able exponents of the present condition of this interesting country. Sir Modava Rao, ladies and can a face mask protect you from smoke in the air gentlemen. The Hindu gentleman was again received with vigorous and long continued applause. His handsome face, the expression of which was intensified by the fascinating smile that played upon his black eyes and around his disposable face mask p95 finely moulded mouth, was not wasted upon the ladies, or even upon the gentlemen and it was a considerable time before the plaudits of the company permitted him to speak and he stood upon the rostrum bowing so sweetly that he was irresistible to the assembly. Mr. Commander, ladies and gentle.
e tourists may find hotel accommodations, though they are hardly hotels. They are provided by the government, and are to be found in all the travelled regions of India. They are sometimes free for the rooms, but the guest pays at a very low rate for his food. We are coming now to Ahmedabad, which is in Gujrat, or Goozerat, for you take your choice in regard to many of these Indian names and this city is its chief town, and the second in the province of Bombay. It was formerly one of the largest and most magnificent cities of the East, as the ruins still indicate. It contains several elegant mosques, but the town has not more than a seventh part of its former population of nine hundred thousand, said Sir Modava, as he opened a travelling bag, and took from it a large bundle of photographs. Oodeypore is the capital of a Rajputana state and its palace is said to be the largest and most magnificent in India, though the town has a population of less than forty thousand. The maharajah entertained the Prince of Wales in it when he made his progress through the country. It is built in the mountains, and it would be a troublesome journey for us to reach it. The next city of any importance to which we shall come is Jeypore, and we shall full face protective clear oxygen mask dine there. When the train stopped for water a lunch was sent to the compartments, to which all the passengers now retired for the rest of the day. At Jeypore dinner was served, good enough, though not elaborate. At the table Sir Modava passed around some photographs of the place, including the palace of the Maharajah, the Golden Kiosk, and the temples of the when were face masks invented in medical valley of Ambir. It was impossible to visit all the wonderful structures on the road without spending at least a year in the country and a dozen volumes would hardly contain the description of them. The palace at Jeypore is half a mile long, and contains one seventh of the area of the town. Though the railroad passed within fifty miles of Delhi, the train sped on its way to the north all night and nearly the whole of the next day, arriving at Lahore at five in the afternoon. No towns of any considerable importance were passed during this long stretch of 540 miles. Though Lord Tremlyn and Sir Modava, with their friends, were invited to the residence of the lieutenant governor, the party went to the Victoria Hotel, for the viscount thought it would be an imposition to quarter what kind of face mask protects from smells them when were face masks invented in medical on the chief authority, being eighteen in number. We are now in the Punjab, the north western corner of India, said the Hindu gentleman, when th.dest and the representative of the family. We felt it all the more because we had when were face masks invented in medical not really meant to do anything wrong. We only thought perhaps the grown ups would not be quite pleased if they knew, and that is quite different. Besides, we meant to put all the things back in their proper places when we had done with them before anyone found out about it. But I must not anticipate that means telling the end of the story before the beginning. I tell you this because it is so sickening to have words you don t know in a story, and to be told to look it up in the dicker. We are the Bastables Oswald, Dora, Dicky, Alice, Noel, and H. O. If you want to know why we call our youngest brother H. O. you can jolly well read The Treasure Seekers and find out. We were the Treasure Seekers, and we sought it high and low, and quite regularly, because we particularly wanted to find it. And at last when were face masks invented in medical we did not find it, but we were found by a good, kind Indian uncle, who helped Father with his business, so that Father was able to take us all to live in a jolly big red house on Blackheath, instead of in the Lewisham Road, where we lived when we were only poor but honest Treasure Seekers. When we were poor but honest we always used to think that if only Father had plenty of business, and we did not have to go short of pocket money and wear shabby clothes I don t do face masks protect others mind this myself, but the girls do , we should be happy and very, very good. And when we were taken to the beautiful big Blackheath house we thought now all would be well, because it was a house with vineries and pineries, and gas and water, and shrubberies and stabling, and replete with every modern convenience, like it says in Dyer Hilton s list of Eligible House Property. I read all about it, and I have copied the words quite right. It is a beautiful house, all the furniture solid and strong, no casters off the chairs, and the tables not scratched, and the silver not dented and lots of servants, and the most decent meals every day and lots of pocket money. But it is wonderful how soon you get used to things, even the things you want most. Our watches, for instance. We wanted them frightfully but when I had mine a week or two, after the mainspring got broken and was repaired at Bennett s in the village, I hardly cared to look at the works at all, and it did not make me feel happy in my heart any more, though, of course, I should have are face masks cover in the snap medical expense allowable deductions been very unhappy if it had been taken away from me. And the same with new clothes and nice dinners and having enough of everyt.he votes were counted, there was only Pg 64 one single dandelion blossom found in the hat. Tommy Woggs was mad, for he felt that his companions had slighted him but it was only because he was so vain and silly. People do not often think much of those who think a great deal of themselves. There was a great demand for maple leaves, and David White was chosen the second leader, and had nearly all the Pg 65 votes. The boys then gave three cheers for the leaders, and the lines were formed. Mr. Lee told Henry and David just how they were to march, and the band at once began to play Hail Columbia. The children first marched, two by two, round the lawn, and then down the centre. When they reached the end, one leader turned off to the Pg 66 right, and the other to the left, each followed by a single line of the children. Passing round the lawn, they came together again on the other side. Then they formed a great circle, a circle within a circle, and concluded the march with the grand basket. This was certainly a very simple play, but the children enjoyed it ever so much Pg 67 I mean all but vain Master Woggs, who was so greatly displeased because he was not chosen one of the leaders, that he said there was no fun at all in the whole thing. About half an hour was spent in marching, and then Mr. Lee proposed a second game. The children wanted to march a little longer but there were a great number Pg 68 of things to be done before night, and so it was thought best, on the whole, to try a new game. chapter 4 When the children had done marching, Mrs. Lee took charge of the games. Several new plays, which none of them had heard of before, were introduced. The boys and girls all liked them very well, and the time passed away most rapidly. Just before they were going Pg 72 to supper, an old man, with a fiddle in his hand, tottered into the garden, and down the lawn. He was a very queer looking old man. He had long white hair, and a long white beard. He was dressed in old, worn out, soldier clothes, in part, and had a sailor s hat upon his head, so that they could not tell whether he was a soldier or a sailor. As he approached the children, Pg 73 they began to laugh with all their might and he certainly was a very funny old man. His long beard and hair, his tattered finery, and his hobbling walk, would have made almost any one laugh much more a company of children as full of fun as those who were attending the birthday party. Children, when were face masks invented in medical said the old Pg 74 man, as he took off his hat and made a low bow, when were face masks invented in medical I heard there.
When Were Face Masks Invented In Medical ouis. There what will you call that vehicle, Miss Blanche That is called a gharri interposed Sir Modava, who was within hearing. The vehicle was such as none of the Americans had ever seen. It was a sort of two wheeled cart, with a top like an old fashioned chaise, in which a man was seated, while a rough looking fellow rode in front. I should say it was an ox cart, so far as the team is concerned, said Scott. Those are not oxen they are called bullocks in this country. As you see, they have humps like a camel, though much smaller, in front of which is the yoke, the Hindu knight explained. But they don t drive oxen in the United States with a pair of rope reins, as this fellow does, said Scott. I have seen them do so in North Carolina, added Morris, who had travelled in the South with his parents. I give it up, and it s all right. But what is that man in the cart Is he a Grand Mogul Hardly, replied Sir Modava, laughing. The driver is the lowest caste of laborers, who works for fivepence a day, and supports his family on it. The man inside is the cook of a Parsee merchant I happen to know, and probably he is going to market to buy supplies for the family. But here we are at the tailor s. You can continue your ramble, and your servants can tell you the way, and what the buildings are. The two gentlemen entered the tailor s shop for there are no stores here any more than in London. CHAPTER XVII A HOSPITAL FOR THE BRUTE CREATION The live boys did not care much for the buildings, though most of those of a public character were architecturally very fine. Around a large open space they found the Town Hall, the Mint, and all the great mercantile establishments. At the time of the young people s visit, it was almost entirely abandoned by those who had held possession of it during the day. Business hours are from ten in the forenoon till four in the afternoon. Before and after these hours the Fort, as the business section of the city is called, is deserted. This quarter was formerly surrounded by walls or ramparts, which have now been removed but in its limits is concentrated the great wealth of Bombay. There are no dwellings within this territory, which is consecrated to trade and commerce and both Europeans and natives hasten at the early closing hour to their homes at Colaba, the Esplanade, Mazagon, Malabar Hill, and Breach Candy, the latter on the seashore. In front of the Grant buildings they found the Cotton Green, deserted now, though the stacks of bales were still there, with a few sheds and shanties.lanation. Who are these visitors of yours Why this Red Indian method of paying morning calls Why the lurking attitude of the rest of the tribe which I now discern among the undergrowth Won t you ask the rest of the tribe to come out and join the glad throng Then I liked him better. I always like people who know the same songs we do, and books and tunes and things. The others came out. The lady looked very uncomfy, and partly as if she was going to cry. But she couldn t help laughing too, as more and more of us came out. And who, the clergyman went on, who in fortune s name is Albert And who is his uncle And what have they or you to do in this galere I mean garden We all felt gloves, a mask, eye protection, and a face shield should be used: rather silly, and I don t think I ever felt more than then what an awful lot there were of us. Three years absence in Calcutta or elsewhere may explain my ignorance of these details, but still I think we d better go, said Dora. I m sorry if we ve done anything rude or wrong. We didn t mean to. Good bye. I hope you ll be happy with the gentleman, I m sure. I HOPE so too, said Noel, and I know he was thinking how much nicer Albert s uncle was. We turned to go. The lady had been very silent compared with what she was when she pretended to can a face mask protect you against virus show us Canterbury. But now she seemed to shake off some dreamy silliness, and caught hold of Dora by the shoulder. No, dear, no, she said, it s all right, and you must have some tea we ll have it on the lawn. John, don t tease them any more. Albert s uncle is the gentleman I told you about. And, my dear children, this is my brother that I haven t seen for three years. Then he s a long lost too, said H. O. The lady said Not now and smiled at him. And the rest of us were dumb with confounding emotions. Oswald was particularly dumb. He might have known it was her brother, because in rotten grown up books if a girl kisses a man in a shrubbery that is not the man you think she medical face masks, which way do they go s in love with it always turns out to be a brother, though generally the disgrace of the family and not a respectable chaplain from Calcutta. The lady when were face masks invented in medical now turned to her reverend and surprising brother and said, John, go and tell them we ll have tea on the lawn. When he was gone she stood quite still a minute. Then she said, I m going to tell you something, but I want to put you on your honour not to talk about it to other people. You see it isn t everyone I would tell about it. He, Albert s uncle, I mean, has told me a lot about you, and I know I can trust you. We said Yes , Oswald with a brooding sentiment of knowing all too w.