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An autumn tour in the united states and canada - Page 195
by Julius George Medley - 1873
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Freedom in the Church of England: six sermons suggested by the Voysey ...

Stopford Augustus Brooke - Religion - 1871 - 109 pages
...l&r. ' ' Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake." — Spectator. " Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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Republican Superstitions: As Illustrated in the Political History of America

Moncure Daniel Conway - Political parties - 1872 - 130 pages
...i6j. " Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...and readable book." — British Quarterly Review. XXXI. Second Edition. THE NILE WITHOUT A DRAGOMAN. By FREDERIC EDEN. In one vol., crown 8vo, cloth,...
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One of two

James Hain Friswell - 1872
...i6s. ' ' Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...and readable book." — British Quarterly Review. XXXI. Second Edition. THE NILE WITHOUT A DRAGOMAN. By FREDERIC EDEN. In one vol., crown 8vo, cloth,...
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Briefs and Papers: Sketches of the Bar and the Press

Judges - 1872 - 272 pages
...i6s. " Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the i juickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...eminently sensible and readable book." — British Quarterlv Review. 65, Cornhill, and 12, Paternoster Row, London. xxxiv. OVER VOLCANOES; OR, THROUGH...
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Correspondence and Conversations of Alexis de Tocqueville with Nassau ...

Alexis de Tocqueville, Nassau William Senior - 1872
...16*. ' Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake.' — Spectator. ' Delightfully written ; as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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Memoirs of mrs. Lζtitia Boothby. Ed. [or rather written] by C. Russell

William Clark Russell, Laetitia Boothby (fict. name.) - 1872
...idr. *' Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake." — Spectator. " Delightfully written ; as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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Hermann Agha

William Gifford Palgrave - 1872
...l6j. " Makes one understand how going round the world is. to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake."- — Spectator. " Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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Christ in modern life: sermons

Stopford Augustus Brooke - 1872
...i6s. " Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake. " — Spectator. " Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch "f travel as we have seen for...
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An essay on the culture of the observing powers of children, especially in ...

Eliza Ann Youmans - 1872
...l6s. " Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake. " — Spectator. " Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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Thomasina, by the author of 'Dorothy'.

Margaret Agnes Paul - History - 1872
...i6s. " Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of...of man, and all for its own sake. " — Spectator. " Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for...
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