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Page 358 - THE LIFE OF JOSIAH WEDGWOOD ; From his Private Correspondence and Family Papers, in the possession of JOSEPH MAYER, Esq., FSA, FRANCIS WEDGWOOD, Esq., C. DARWIN, Esq., MA, FRS, Miss WEDGWOOD, and other Original Sources. With an Introductory Sketch of the Art of Pottery in England. By ELIZA METLYARD.
Page 362 - Mr. Moens had a bad time of it among the Italian Brigands. But his misfortunes are now to himself and to his friends a source of no little entertainment, and we can say for those who listen to his...
Page 367 - ... the secret It is a choice gift to be able thus to render human nature so truly, to penetrate its depths with such a searching sagacity, and to illuminate them with a radiance so eminently the writer's own. Even if tried by the standard of the Archbishop of York, we should expect that even he would pronounce 'Christian's Mistake ' a novel without a fault"— Times.
Page 367 - CHRISTIAN'S MISTAKE. BY THE AUTHOR OF " JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN." " A more charming story, to our taste, has rarely been written. The writer has hit off a circle of varied characters all true to nature...
Page 371 - NOTHING NEW. BY THE AUTHOR OF " JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN." " 'Nothing New ' displays all those superior merits which have made ' John Halifax one of the most popular works of the day.
Page 362 - TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES OF AN OFFICER'S WIFE IN INDIA, CHINA, AND NEW ZEALAND. By Mrs. MUTER, Wife of Lieut.-Colonel DD MUTER, 13th (Prince Albert's) Light Infantry. 2 vols. 21s.
Page 358 - ... that Life of Wedgwood which for the last fifteen years Miss Meteyard has had in view, and to which the Wedgwood family, and all who have papers valuable in relation to its subject, have been cordially contributing. In his admirable sketch of Wedgwood, given at Burslem, it was to the publication of this biography that Mr.
Page 360 - KING, FRGS, FSAS 1 vol. super royal 8vo, Illustrated with beautiful Coloured Plates and Woodcuts. 20s. Elegantly bound. "Truthful, simple, and extremely observant, Major King has been able to throw much light upon the habits as well as the zoological relations of the animals with •which he came...
Page 367 - The charms and value of Mr. Mac Donald's work need not be sought — they present themselves unasked for, in the tender beauty of his descriptions, whether of nature, or of life and character; in his almost supernatural insight into the workings of the human heart, and in his unceasing fertility of thought and happy exactitude of illustration.