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Page 326 - Or in proud falls magnificently lost, But clear and artless, pouring through the plain Health to the sick, and solace to the swain. Whose causeway parts the vale with shady rows? Whose seats the weary traveller repose ? Who taught that heaven-directed spire to rise ? " The Man of Ross,
Page i - TURKEY AND ITS DESTINY; THE RESULT OF JOURNEYS MADE IN 1847 and 1848, TO EXAMINE INTO THE STATE OF THAT COUNTRY.
Page 548 - The statesman who may be called upon to discuss or decide upon the public affairs of the Cape, the emigrant who may contemplate removing his cares thitHer, the curious inquirer who would ' know the rights ' of what has given rise to so much controversy, will find Mr. Bunbury an intelligent and candid guide." — Examiner. WESTERN BARBARY, ITS WILD TRIBES AND SAVAGE ANIMALS. By DRUMMOND HAY. Post 8vo, 2t. 6d. " A new and highly interesting work.
Page 556 - Correspondence of James Watt on his Discovery of the Theory of the Composition of Water, with a Letter from his Son.
Page 545 - Sir Gardner Wilkinson has done more to make the people of the Pharaohs known to us moderns than any contemporary writer.
Page 551 - The old Lord Treasurer Burleigh, if any one came to the Lords of the Council for a Licence to Travel, he would first examine him of England ; if he found him ignorant would bid him stay at home, and know his own Country first."— The Cutnpteat Gentleman, by Henry Peacham, 1662.
Page 559 - MURRAY'S HOME AND COLONIAL LIBRARY, COMPLETE IN 37 VOLUMES. This Series of attractive and useful works, by approved authors, was designed to...
Page 549 - The little work before us is a genuine account of what a missionary's life is now in Canada. Under an invented name, it is the story of the writer's own experience, told in a straightforward and unaffected manner, with considerable power of description."— Guardian.