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" Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when bed-time comes it will altogether forget the moral, and will weary its parents with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend... "
In the year of jubliee: a novel - Page 407
by George Gissing - 1895 - 404 pages
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We and the world

Juliana Horatia Ewing - 1881
...the immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins "The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cruikshank, is no...
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Aristology; or, The art of dining. [Extr. from The Original] with preface ...

Thomas Walker - 1881
...Mrs. Ewing gives us some really charming writing. While her first story , II get so deeplyi _ __, .... it will altogether forget the moral, and will weary...importunities for just a few minutes .more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cruikshank, is no...
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Plutarch's Lives, tr., with notes and a life of Plutarch, by A. Stewart and ...

Plutarchus - 1881
...Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when bed -time comes it will altogether forget tne moral, and will weary its parents with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cruikshank, is no...
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Dyeing and Tissue-printing

William Crookes - Dyes and dyeing - 1882 - 418 pages
...immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins ** The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cruikshank, is no...
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Shakespearean Breviates: An Adjustment of Twenty-four of the Longer Plays of ...

William Shakespeare - 1882 - 84 pages
...i6mo. 5*. ' Mrs. Ewing gives us some really charming writing. While her first story " The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Crmkshank, is no...
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Companion to the Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture: Being a ...

Architecture, Gothic - 1882 - 403 pages
...the immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins " The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cruikshank, is no...
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What shall we act? Or, A hundred plays from which to choose, with hints on ...

M E. James - 1882
...Continued. THE BROWNIES, and other Tales. Illustrated by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. 3rd Edition. Imp. i6mo. 5*. it will altogether forget the moral, and will weary...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Crmkshank, is no...
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The lives of Jehan Vitrier ... and John Colet ... in a letter to Justus ...

Desiderius Erasmus - 1883
...the immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins "The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The front1spiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Cru1kshank, is no...
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The romance of the coast

James Runciman - 1883
...the immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins " The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, George Crutkshank, is no...
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How to decorate our ceilings, walls and floors

M E. James - 1883
...the immediate result will be, we fear, anything but good. For if a child once begins "The Brownies," it will get so deeply interested in it, that when...with importunities for just a few minutes more to see how everything ends. The frontispiece, by the old friend of our childhood, .George Cruikshank, is no...
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