The Publishers Weekly, Volume 11 (Google eBook)

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F. Leypoldt, 1877 - American literature
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Page 107 - GREECE. A General History of Greece, from the Earliest Period to the Death of Alexander the Great. With a Sketch of the Subsequent History to the Present Time. By GEORGE W. Cox, MA Maps and Plans.
Page 85 - in Prose and Verse. Reprinted from the original editions, with many pieces now first included in any edition. Edited, with Notes and Introduction, by RH Shepherd. With two portraits and fac-simile of a page of the " Essay on Roast Pig.
Page 102 - Cox (G. W.) A General History of Greece, from the Earliest Period to the Death of Alexander the Great. With a Sketch of the Subsequent History to the Present Time,
Page 344 - of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight and of the Blue Color of the Sky in developing Animal and Vegetable Life; in Arresting Disease, and in Restoring Health in Acute and Chronic Disorders to Human and Domestic Animals, as illustrated by the experiments of Gen. AJ PLEASONTON and others, between the years 1861 and 1876.
Page 182 - Art at Home Series :A Plea for Art in the House. With Special Reference to the Economy of Collecting Works of Art and the Importance of Taste in Education and Morals. By WJ Loftie, BA, FSA, author of
Page 59 - A Plea for Art in the House. With special Reference to the Economy of Collecting Works of Art, and the Importance of Taste in Education and Morals. By WJ Loftie, BA, FSA, author of " In and Out of London.
Page 132 - ordnance. All the world is full of learned men, of most learned schoolmasters, and vast libraries ; and it appears to me, that neither in Plato's time, nor Cicero's, nor Papinian's, was there ever such conveniency for studying, as we see at this day there is. Nor must any adventurer henceforward
Page 235 - Uniform with Dr. Smith's Dictionaries. A DICTIONARY OF CHRISTIAN BIOGRAPHY, LITERATURE, SECTS, AND DOCTRINES. From the Time of the Apostles to the Age of Charlemagne. By Various Writers. Edited by WM. SMITH, DCL, and Rev. Professor WAGE, MA To be completed in
Page 477 - RABELAIS' WORKS. Faithfully translated from the French, with variorum Notes, and numerous characteristic Illustrations by GUSTAVE DORE. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 700 pages,
Page 556 - Mr. Reid's little volume, which is based largely on letters, hitherto unpublished, from Charlotte Bronte to her school-fellow and life-long friend, Miss Ellen Nussey, is meant to be a companion, and not a rival, to Mrs. Gaskell's well-known "Life." To speak of the advantage of making biography autobiographical, by the liberal use of correspondence, has

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