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Page 462 - etc ... He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord ; but he that is married careth for the things of
Page 468 - 700 Fine Arts. 710 LANDSCAPE GARDENING. 720 ARCHITECTURE. 730 SCULPTURE. 740 DRAWING, DESIGN, DECORATION. 750 PAINTING. 760 ENGRAVING. 770 PHOTOGRAPHY. 780 Music. 790 AMUSEMENTS. 800 Literature. 810 AMERICAN. 820 ENGLISH. 830 GERMAN. 840 FRENCH. 850 ITALIAN. 860 SPANISH. 870 LATIN. 880 GREEK. 890 MINOR LANGUAGES. 900 History. 910
Page 219 - Hear ye this, O house of Jacob, which are called by the name of Israel, and are come forth out of the waters of Judah'; and in Numbers xxiv. 7, ' Water shall flow from his buckets and his seed shall be in many waters'.
Page 132 - Bishop of Durham. The Bible in the Church. A popular account of the collection and reception of the Holy Scriptures in the Christian Churches. New edition.
Page 372 - And then, as if the earth and sea had been Dissolved into one lake of fire, were seen Those mountains towering, as from waves of flame, Around the vaporous sun, from which there came The inmost purple spirit of light, and made Their very peaks transparent.
Page 466 - say (good Will) which I, in sport, do sing, Had'st thou not plaid some kingly parts in : sport, Thou hadst bin a companion for a King, And beene a king among the meaner sort.
Page 468 - CLASSIFICATION. ooo General Works. oio BIBLIOGRAPHY. 020 LIBRARY ECONOMY. 030 GENERAL CYCLOPEDIAS. 040 GENERAL COLLECTIONS. 050 GENERAL PERIODICALS. 060 GENERAL SOCIETIES. 070 NEWSPAPERS. 080 SPECIAL LIBRARIES. POLYGRAPHY. 090 BOOK RARITIES. 100 Philosophy. no METAPHYSICS. 120 SPECIAL METAPHYSICAL TOPICS. 130 MIND AND BODY. 140 PHILOSOPHICAL SYSTEMS. 150 MENTAL FACULTIES. PSYCHOLOGY. 160 LOGIC. 170 ETHICS. 180 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHERS. 190 MODERN PHILOSOPHERS.
Page 136 - Notes of a course of nine lectures on light delivered at the Royal Institution of great Britain, April 8-June 3, 1869.
Page 492 - Monasticon dioecesis Exoniensis, being a collection of records and instruments illustrating the ancient conventual, collegiate, and eleemosynary foundations, in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, with historical notices, and a supplement, comprising a list of the dedications of churches in the diocese, an amended edition of the taxation of Pope Nicholas, and an abstract of the chantry rolls. By George Oliver.