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Page 223 - A General History of Greece from the Earliest Period to the Death of Alexander the Great, with a sketch of the subsequent History to the present time. New Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth, price js. 6d. Tales of Ancient Greece.
Page 414 - THE GRAPHIC ARTS: A Treatise on the Varieties of Drawing, Painting, and Engraving in Comparison with each other and with Nature.
Page 445 - HENNESSY, Sir John Pope.— Ralegh in Ireland. With his Letters on Irish Affairs and some Contemporary Documents.
Page 425 - Liberals to power in 1880 he was appointed President of the Board of Trade, with a seat in the cabinet.
Page 435 - ELECTORAL COMMISSION, composed of five senators, five representatives, and five judges of the Supreme Court. This body decided that 185 electoral votes had been cast for Hayes and Wheeler, and 184 for Tilden and Hendricks.
Page 190 - Disraeli again as Chancellor of the Exchequer and leader of the House of Commons.
Page 371 - Liberal party ; and that, at the age of sixty-five, and after forty-two years of a laborious public life, I think myself entitled to retire on the present opportunity. This retirement is dictated to me by my personal views as to the best method of spending the closing years of my life.
Page 361 - Spectator and other journals, and in his official capacity has written numerous reports on commercial matters, besides giving evidence on similar subjects, eg, sugar bounties, gold and silver, Channel tunnel, &c., before nine Committees of the House of Commons and Royal Commissions.