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  • "And now let us call in Vrouw Voorhaas and Jan," cried Gysbert, "and tell them the good news!"

    Jacqueline of the Carrier-Pigeons

  • Jan Van Buskirk with the news of the improvement in Vrouw Voorhaas's condition.

    Jacqueline of the Carrier-Pigeons

  • From Jehovah, where all stories in the Periphery begin, we have wended our way to High Tara, whence to Thistlewaite, Harpaloon, to Dancing Vrouw and Siggy O'Hara, to Boldly Go (a matriarchy where no man has gone before), to Gatmander ( "Far Gatmander"), and out into the Wild to the world of Enjrun aboard the Tradeship Blankets and Beads.

    May 2nd, 2009

  • But herewith something on how the planet of Dancing Vrouw in the Greater Hanse got its name:

    February 11th, 2009

  • From then on she became increasingly well known as a feminist, partly through being the organizer in 1913 of the exhibition β€œDe Vrouw 1813 – 1913,” which portrayed the life of Dutch women.

    Rosa Manus.

  • Here, lifting up their eyes, they beheld, on what is at present called the Jersey shore, a small Indian village, pleasantly embowered in a grove of spreading elms, and the natives all collected on the beach gazing in stupid admiration at the Goede Vrouw.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • Mynheer_, or _Yah ya, Vrouw_, to any question that was asked them, behaving in all things like decent, well-educated damsels.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • The crew of the Goede Vrouw being soon reinforced by fresh importations from Holland, the settlement went jollily on, increasing in magnitude and prosperity.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • _Goede Vrouw_, or Good Woman, in compliment to the wife of the president of the West India Company, who was allowed by everybody (except her husband) to be a sweet-tempered lady.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • The good Oloffe bestowed his forces in a squadron of three canoes, and hoisted his flag on board a little round Dutch boat, shaped not unlike a tub, which had formerly been the jolly-boat of the Goede Vrouw.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8


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