Harper's Phrase-book, Or Hand-book of Travel Talk for Travellers and Schools: Being a Guide to Conversations in English, French, German, and Italian, on a New and Improved Method. Intended to Accompany "Harper's Hand-book for Travellers'.

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Harper & Brothers, 1873 - English language - 300 pages
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Page 315 - HOMES WITHOUT HANDS; a Description of the Habitations of Animals, classed according to their Principle of Construction.
Page 318 - The Child's Book of Nature, for the Use of Families and Schools : intended to aid Mothers and Teachers in Training Children in the Observation of Nature. In Three Parts. Part I. Plants. Part II. Animals. Part III. Air, Water, Heat, Light, &c. By WORTHINGTON HOOKER, MD Engravings.
Page 26 - Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, Treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt.
Page 314 - HAND-BOOK FOR TRAVELLERS IN EUROPE AND THE EAST: being a Guide through France, Belgium, Holland, Germany Austria, Italy, Sicily, Egypt, Syria, Turkey. Greece, Switzerland, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, and Great Britain and Ireland. By W. PEMBROKE FETRIDGE.
Page 28 - Troisième. Quatrième. Cinquième. Sixième. Septième. Huitième. Neuvième. Dixième. Onzième. Douzième. Treizième. Quatorzième. Quinzième.
Page 318 - Lines Left Out ; or, Some of the Histories left out in " Line upon Line." The First Part relates Events in the Times of the Patriarchs and the Judges. By the Author of " Line upon Line," " Reading without Tears," " More about Jesus,"
Page 318 - Reading without Tears; or, a Pleasant Mode of Learning to Read. By the Author of "Peep of Day,
Page 318 - A Child Gathering Pebbles on the Sea-Shore." (Founded on the Early Life of Ferguson, the Shepherd-Boy Astronomer, and intended to show how a Poor Lad became acquainted with the Principles of Natural Science.) By HENRY MAYHEW.
Page 56 - Que j'aie aimé. Que tu aies aimé. Qu'il ait aimé. Que nous ayons aimé. Que vous ayez aimé. Qu'ils aient aimé. PLUS-QUE-PARFAIT. Que j'eusse aimé. Que tu eusses aimé. Qu'il eût aimé.
Page 315 - Cloth, 40 cents. THE ADVENTURES OF REUBEN DAVIDGER ; Seventeen Years and Four Months Captive among the Dyaks of Borneo.

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