Men of the time: a dictionary of contemporaries, containing biographical notices of eminent characters of both sexes, Volume 1 (Google eBook)
G. Routledge, 1884 - Biography & Autobiography - 1168 pages
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Page 520 - THE GRAPHIC ARTS: A Treatise on the Varieties of Drawing, Painting, and Engraving in Comparison with each other and with Nature.
Page 559 - HENNESSY, Sir John Pope.— Ralegh in Ireland. With his Letters on Irish Affairs and some Contemporary Documents.
Page 459 - Liberals to power in 1880 he was appointed President of the Board of Trade, with a seat in the cabinet.
Page 710 - Secretary of the Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science, and on the termination of the labours of that commission was transferred to the Science and Art Department.
Page 143 - THE ANNOTATED BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER : being an Historical, Ritual, and Theological Commentary on the Devotional System of the Church of England.
Page 584 - Eq.) 655, 682, when he called them "mischievous nonsense, well calculated, on the one hand, to delude the vain, the weak, the foolish and the superstitious; and on the other, to assist the projects of the needy and of the adventurer...
Page 417 - Studies, by AUSTIN FLINT, MD, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College.
Page 679 - Euphrates, to which history and tradition point as the birthplace of the wisdom of the West. Most travellers, after a journey through the usually frequented parts of the East, have the same longing to cross the great river, and to explore those lands which are separated on the map from the confines of Syria by a vast blank stretching from Aleppo to the banks of the Tigris.