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" Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse, and include numerous drawings of mountain form by the author, which prove Mr. Ruskin to be essentially an artist. "
Young Singleton, by Talbot Gwynne - Page 300
by Josepha Heath Galston - 1856
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Life in Ancient India

Mrs. Manning (Charlotte Speir) - Brahmanism - 1856 - 464 pages
...rendered. • * ' Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Buskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...which go to the making of an artist, and all these Mr. liuskin possesses, He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn for theory, investigation and exposition....
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England in time of war [poems].

Sydney Thompson Dobell - 1856
...untruthfully rendered. * * * Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...qualities which go to the making of an artist, and nil these Mr. Ruskin possesses. He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn for theory, investigation...
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England in Time of War ...

Sydney Dobell - 1856 - 200 pages
...untruthfully rendered. * * * Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...expression are the qualities which go to the making of'an artist, and all these Mr. Ruskin possesses. He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn for theory,...
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The Chinese and Their Rebellions: Viewed in Connection with Their National ...

Thomas Taylor Meadows - China - 1856 - 656 pages
...rendered, * * * Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Raskin ha> yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse, and...prove Mr. Ruskin to be essentially an artist. Keen sigiit, keen feeling, and keen power of expression iire the qualities which go to the making of an...
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Florence Templar

Mary Theresa Vidal, Florence Templar (fict. name.) - 1856
...untruthfully rendered. * * ' Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...drawings of mountain form by the author, which prove Mr. Kuskin to be essentially an artist. Keen sight, keen feeling, and keen power of expression are the...
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Autobiography of Lutfullah a mohamedan gentleman: and his transactions with ...

Lutfullah - England - 1857 - 435 pages
...2/. 10*. cloth. " Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...possesses. He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn lor theory, investigation and exposition. This combination makes him an unique man, both among artists...
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The professor, by Currer Bell [ed. by A.B. Nicholls].

Charlotte Brontė - 1857
...Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodeuts are profuse, and inclnde numerous drawings of monntain form by the author, which prove Mr. Ruskin to be essentially...which go to the making of an artist, and all these Hr. Ruskin possesses. He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn for theory, investigation and exposition....
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Victoria and the Australian Gold Mines in 1857: With Notes on the Overland ...

William Westgarth - Gold mines and mining - 1857 - 466 pages
...woodcnts are profnse, and include numerons drawings of mountain form by the author, which prove Mr. Rnskin to be essentially an artist. Keen sight, keen feeling,...which go to the making of an artist, and all these Mr. Rnskin possesses. He adds to them a peculiarly subtle turn for theory, investigation and exposition....
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The Elements of Drawing: In Three Letters to Beginners

John Ruskin - Drawing - 1857 - 350 pages
...21. 10s. cloth, " Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...drawings of mountain form by the author, which prove Mr. Kuskin to be essentially an artist. Keen sight, keen feeling, and keen power of expression are the...
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Farina

George Meredith - 1857
...21. 10s. cloth. " Considered as an illustrated volume, this is the most remarkable which Mr. Ruskin has yet issued. The plates and woodcuts are profuse,...drawings of mountain form by the author, which prove Mr. Kuskin to be essentially an artist. Keen sight, keen feeling, and keen power of expression are the...
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