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" .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous. . . . The book is manifestly a mixture of fact and fiction, yet it gives, we have every reason to believe, a true picture of a settler's life in that country ; and... "
The novitiate; or, A year among the English Jesuits: a personal narrative ... - Page 303
by Andrew Steinmetz - 1847
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Catalogue of Standard English Authors: Also a Collection of Books Relating ...

Dawson, William, & Sons, of London - 1809
...bils. 18s. 6d. or newly and uniformly hf. bd. calf gilt, £1. 12s. (pub. £4.14s.6d.) • 1842-52 " Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has...these • Tales of the Colonies.' "—Metropolitan. " An exceedingly lively and interesting narrative, which affords a more striking view of the habits...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 37

English literature - 1843
...\VORKS. Tales of the Colonies, or the AdveiUures of an Emigrant. Edited by a late COLONIAL MAGISTRATE. Since the time of Robinson Crusoe literature has produced nothing like these " Tales of the Colonies." Characterized by perfect simplicity and intense interest, an union so rare as to be often deemed incompatible,...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 37

Literary Criticism - 1843
...WORKS. Tales of the Colonies, or t/ie Adventures of an Emigrant. Edited by a late COLONIAL MAGISTRATE. Since the time of Robinson Crusoe literature has produced nothing like these " Tales of the Colonies." Characterized by perfect simplicity and intense interest, an union so rare as to be often deemed incompatible,...
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Tales of the colonies, or, The adventures of an emigrant, ed. by a late ...

Charles Rowcroft - 1845
...details of disaster, and the giadual growth of his prosperity." From the METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE. '' Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has...produced nothing like these ' Tales of the Colonies.' Characterised by perfect simplicity and intense interest, an union so rare as to be often deemed incompatible,...
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - English poetry - 1846 - 345 pages
...Robinson Crusoe, and it is scarcely, if at all inferior to that extraordinary history." — John Hull. " Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has...Metropolitan. Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous. . . . The book is manifestly a mixture...
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Wit and Humour, Selected from the English Poets: With an Illustrative Essay ...

Leigh Hunt - English poetry - 1846 - 360 pages
...scarcely, if at all inferior to that extraordinary history," — Juhn Bull. " Since the time of Bobinspn Crusoe, literature has produced nothing like these...Metropolitan Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous. . . . The book is manifestly a mixture...
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Geological Observations on South America: Being the Third Part of the ...

Charles Darwin, George Brettingham Sowerby, Edward Forbes - Beagle Expedition - 1846 - 311 pages
...Robinson Crusoe, and it is scarcely, if at all inferior to thai extraordinary history." — John Hull. " Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has produced nothing like these ' Tale* of the Colonies.' " — Metropolitan Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances...
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The convict, Volume 1

George Payne R. James - 1847
...nothing Kke these ' Tales of the Colonies.' "—Metropolitan Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous....manifestly a mixture of fact and fiction, yet it gives, m have every reason to believe, a true picture of a settler's life in that country; and is thickly...
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Rhymes and Recollections of a Hand-loom Weaver

William Thom - Literary Criticism - 1847 - 192 pages
...Robinson Crusoe, and it is scarcely, if at all inferior to that extraordinary history." — John Bull. " Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has...Metropolitan Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous. . . . The book is manifestly a mixture...
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A Narrative of the Recovery of the H. M. S. Gorgon: (Charles Hotham, Esq ...

Sir Astley Cooper Key - Refloating of ships - 1847 - 113 pages
...Robinson Crusoe, and it is scarcely, if at all inferior to that extraordinary history." — John Bull. " Since the time of Robinson Crusoe, literature has...Metropolitan Magazine. " .... Romantic literature does not supply instances of wonderful escape more marvellous. . . . The book is manifestly a mixture...
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