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Page 251 - WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD IS ALSO. THE TWO PILGRIMS. WHAT MEN LIVE BY. THE GODSON. IF YOU NEGLECT THE FIRE, YOU DON'T PUT IT OUT. WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN ? 2/- Booklets by Count Tolstoy.
Page 249 - MERIVALE and FRANK T. MARZIALS. LIFE OF CERVANTES. By HE WATTS. LIFE OF VOLTAIRE. By FRANCIS ESPINASSE. LIFE OF LEIGH HUNT. By COSMO MONKHOUSE. LIFE OF WHITTIER. By W. J LINTON. LIFE OF RENAN. By FRANCIS ESPINASSE. LIFE OF THOREAU. By HS SALT. LIBRARY EDITION OF 'GREAT WRITERS,
Page 254 - COMPACT AND PRACTICAL. In Limp Cloth ; for the Pocket. Price One Shilling. THE EUROPEAN CONVERSATION BOOKS. FRENCH ITALIAN SPANISH GERMAN NORWEGIAN CONTENTS. Hints to Travellers Everyday Expressions Arriving at and Leaving a Railway Station Custom House Enquiries In a Train At a Buffet and Restaurant At an Hotel Paying an Hotel Bill Enquiries in a Town On Board Ship Embarking and Disembarking Excursion by Carriage Enquiries as to Diligences Enquiries...
Page 254 - ... On Board Ship Embarking and Disembarking Excursion by Carriage Enquiries as to Diligences Enquiries as to Boats Engaging Apartments Washing List and Days of Week Restaurant Vocabulary Telegrams and letters, etc., etc. The contents of these little handbooks are so arranged as to permit direct and immediate reference. All dialogues or enquiries not considered absolutely essential have been purposely excluded, nothing being introduced which might confuse the traveller...
Page 249 - OF BALZAC. By Frederick Wedmore. LIFE OF GEORGE ELIOT. By Oscar Browning. LIFE OF JANE AUSTEN. By Goldwin Smith. LIFE OF BROWNING. By William Sharp. LIFE OF BYRON. By Hon. Roden NoeL LIFE OF HAWTHORNE. By Moncure D.
Page 248 - GARNETT, LL.D. LIFE OF ADAM SMITH. By RB HALDANE, MP LIFE OF KEATS. By WM ROSSETTI. LIFE OF SHELLEY. By WILLIAM SHARP.
Page 253 - Count Tolstoy's Works. The following Volumes are already issued A RUSSIAN PROPRIETOR. THE COSSACKS. IVAN ILYITCH, AND OTHER STORIES. MY RELIGION. LIFE. MY CONFESSION. CHILDHOOD, BOYHOOD, YOUTH. THE PHYSIOLOGY OF WAR. ANNA KARENINA.
Page 251 - Cloth, with Embossed Design on Cover, each containing Two Stories by Count Tolstoy, and Two Drawings by HR Millar. In Box, Price 2s. each. Volume I. contains WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD IS ALSO. THE GODSON. Volume II. contains WHAT MEN LIVE BY. WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN ? Volume III. contains THE TWO PILGRIMS.
Page 250 - III. THE FEET. CHAPTER IV. THE HAIR. CHAPTER V. THE TEETH. CHAPTER VI. THE NOSE. CHAPTER VII. THE EYE. CHAPTER VIII. THE EAR. *' ' Quackery,' says Mr. Thompson, ' was never more rampant than it is to-day' with regard to 'aids in beautifying the person.' His little book is based on purely hygienic principles, and comprises recipes for toilet purposes which he warrants are 'practical and harmless.