Every day astronomy; or, Practical lessons on the celestial sphere (Google eBook)

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Page 183 - Dedicated by permission to the REV. NEWMAN HALL, BA, Author of "COME TO JESUS," &C., &C. MY FIRST GRIEF: OR, RECOLLECTIONS OF A BELOVED Sister. A Memoir and an Autobiography. By a PROVINCIAL SURGEON. In very elegant gilt cloth, with beautiful Portrait, on India paper, admirably suited for a present, price 3s. 6d. "This tender little book is one of the most delightful pieces of domestic biography we remember to have read.
Page 175 - Booksellers in all partx of the Kingdom. Messrs. BINNS and GOODWIN beg to state that the works contained in this Catalogue consist solely of books published by themselves. The Clergy, and other visitors to Bath, are respectfully invited to inspect their retail department, in which they constantly keep a select and valuable stock of the most modern works, more especially those of a religious character. They have also a choice assortment of Bibles, Prayer Books, Church Services, and Communicant's Companions,...
Page 176 - That design is carried out with considerable ability. In common with other works issuing from the press of Messrs. BINNS and GOODWIN, of BATH, the book is beautifully printed, and illustrated by an ornamental Title-page, and a Frontispiece of more than ordinary merit. 'ELLEN SEYMOUR, or, THE BUD AND THE FLOWER...
Page 193 - The enterprising house of Messrs. Binns and Goodwin, of Bath, has secured an honourable position among provincial publishers, not only for the valuable publications which have issued from their press, but also for the peculiar facilities they afford to Authors to publish works, which, though they have cost them a large amount of time and talent, they might be unable to produce unless thus guaranteed against pecuniary risk. This feature in their business arrangements enhances their claims on public...
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