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but told him he
thoughtness matters.       01
Thoughtness beyond description       02
tangible [   ] things,—the rich product of thought, ness       03
time and thought ness       04
a triangle. If indeed we understood this as meaning that thought ness of our finitude,       05
The very thought ness in hearts untouched       06
all preventive and are thought ness       07
thought ness, as those that have been long afar off       08
the world. It was, they thought, ness       09
once more. He thought ness, and these days       10
so changed in thought, ness. as       11
thought ness as a means       12
thought. ness and that our terms should be 2 percent off       13
using shorter sentences to express the new $6 slippers,
to the last unsalable same thought. ness combined.       14

sources (all OCR cross-column confusions, all 1911; all found via google, some links to hathi)

  1. New Mexico Supreme Court, “Territory versus Dick Eagle” (Evidence — dying declaration — extremity.), August 1910, in Lawyers’ Reports Annotated, Book 30 (1911) : 391-401 (399)
  2. Elfie McDowell Davies, “The Lonesome Woman.” Out West (June 1911) : 52-53
    aside — Elfie, Elsie? can find nothing about either.
  3. Mary Davison Bradford, Wisconsin Teachers’ Association, “President’s Address,” in Wisconsin Library Bulletin 8:6 (Madison; November-December 1912) : 176-183 (177)
  4. at entry on “Cartesianism” (by Edward Caird, 1835-1908), in The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition. Vol. 5 : Calhoun to Chatelaine. (New York, 1910) : 414-426 (416)
  5. at article promoting company headed by Gilbert Claude Lutz —
    “Carbon-less paper company makes enviable record during year,” in Typewriter Topics (The International Business Equipment Magazine and Official Organ of the Writing Machine Industry”), 19:1 (September 1911) : 29 (HathiTrust)
    aside — something amusing about Helen Rowland (1875-1950) who briefly counted (endured?) Mr. Lutz as her husband, at Two Nerdy History Girls (posted by romance fiction author Loretta Chase; September 15, 2010), and at wikipedia.
  6. OCR confusion involving Lent III “Self Denial” and Lent IV “Imitation of Christ,” at “Luther League Topics,” Luther League Review 24:2 (February 1911) : 19-22 (21)
  7. OCR confusion involving “Forty-seventh Sunday” (evening) and “Forty-eighth Sunday” (morning), in Charles S. Nutter and Wilbur F. Tillett, The Hymns and Hymn Writers of the Church : An annotated edition of The Methodist Hymnal (New York, 1911) : 69 (of The Psalter section)
  8. OCR confusion involving entries for “Sweet Pea” and “Sweet Potato” at The Americana : A Universal Reference Library. Vol 18? (of 20), “issued under the editorial supervision of The Scientific American (1911) : unpaginated
  9. ex “The Sanctuary” (being some prayers/spiritual encouragement to missionary readers), in The Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal (Published monthly by the American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai)) 42:7 (July 1911) : 380 (HathiTrust)
  10. ex William Makepeace Thackeray, “The Knights of Borsellen” (a hitherto unpublished romance) in Harper’s Monthly Magazine 123 (July 1911) : 165-190 (171)
  11. F. C. Walsh, “Who Am I?” in Technical World Magazine 15:1 (March 1911) :17-22 (20)
    aside — On first and second (i.e., multiple) personalities; interesting diagrams showing normal and “second-self” personalities, balanced, or one (or the other) almost totally submerged...
    full Google preview snippet —
    “Would it be right to he had failed to recognize the old friend, punish the present Brown, when it was who had grown up with him from boythe former Smith who was guilty of hood, and seemed so changed in thought, ness. as he WHO AM I...”
    Technical World ran from 1904-1915, was succeeded by Illustrated World (1915-1923), and was absorbed by Popular Mechanics (source: Library of Congress record)
  12. OCR confusion, involving short pieces in “The Board of Publication,” at The Mission Field 24:7 (November 1911) : 267 (HathiTrust)
    official missionary magazine of the Reformed Church in America (source: HathiTrust record).
  13. ex “Veneer Men’s Annual, Convention at Chicago is well attended—Subject of costs occupies attention of Association—Important papers read” in Packages 14:12 (December 1911) : 44-45 (same at Hathitrust)
    Devoted to wooden boxes, barrels industry.
  14. OCR cross-column confusion at “Make your store ‘ads’ natural,” in Boot and Shoe Recorder. Vol. 60 (Boston, Mass.; December 6, 1911) : 231 (HathiTrust)

13 June 2021