A picture of society; or, The misanthropist

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Page 113 - I hear there, the mighty roll of the great organ, mingled with the marvelous symphonies of that divine stringed instrument, the human voice, untwisting all the chains that tie the hidden soul of harmony.
Page 203 - Penrock ; second edition : iu one Vol. foolscap, price 7s. boards. " We have read this poem with considerable satisfaction. It revives a thousand agreeable recollections na natural and pleasing manner The versification is flowing and easy, and occasionally diversified with a vqry harmonious effect.
Page 204 - The work before us we can unhesitatingly affirm to have much merit, some novelty, and a really good lesson for younij people The construction of the tale is simple and natural, Ľnd the incidents are interesting.
Page 204 - This will be admitted by those readers who have considered the study of Education of the first importance, and who are acquainted with the productions of every writer who has treated of Public and Private Systems, from Locke and Edgeworth to Sfll and Lancaster.
Page 12 - A respect for the opinion of the world is one of our immediate protections against evil : it gives a habit of self-denial, which...
Page 34 - But when candour and cheerfulness dwell in the domestic circle, when each individual contributes to the general happiness, it affords the most delightful picture of rational content.

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