Fly-leaves should be made of white book paper, 80 pounds to the ream, guarded with jaconet on both sides.
Perhaps you have seen the white book of Japan relating to the subject.'
It wuz made of a white book muslin, and Jenette Finster made it.
And the next week he carried her to Jonesville to get the cloth for her robe, jest like his'n, white book muslin.
This I may give in full from the very lame translation in the American white book.
But them politicians had on their usual run of clothes, they didn't have on white book muslin robes.
I'm gettin' a new frock, white book muslin, trimmed wi' green leaves an' a green sash.
Woman, I have lost a book from my escritoire yonder—a white book, clasped with gold—what has become of it?
Her mind was a white book, with clear writing about weather and beasts and growing things.
Fly-leaves should be made of white book paper, 70 pounds to the ream and guarded with jaconet.