Catalogue of the Splendid, Choice, and Curious Library of P. A. Hanrott, Part 5

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Page 74 - more than transpose his incidents, new name his characters, and paraphrase his sentiments." The passages, which fascinated us in youth are equally admired at a more advanced period of life; and the child, who has dwelt with anxiety on the " Tale of Troy divine," goes forth as a traveller to explore
Page 51 - ALONE, BUT DELIVERED IT AS A COMMON BLESSING TO THE WHOLE PEOPLE. They did not say these are the rights of the Great Barons, or these are the rights of the Great Prelates: No, my Lords, they said in the simple Latin of the times,
Page 97 - 1885 Kelham's Domesday Book Illustrated, uncut, 1788 1886 Kelsall's Classical Excursion from Rome to Arpino, plates, half morocco,' - - Geneva, 1820 1887 Kerr's Collection of Voyages and Travels, maps, 18 vol. half morocco, gilt tops, - - 1824 1888 Kennedy's Chronological, Genealogical and Historical Dissertation of the Royal Family of the Stuarts,
Page 51 - HOMO," and provided as carefully for the meanest subject as for the greatest. These are uncouth words, and sound but poorly in the ears of scholars ; neither are they addressed to the criticism of scholars, but to the hearts of Free Men. THESE THREE WORDS, NULLUS

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