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Page 335 - Full of the most instructive materials, and admirably compiled. We are sure that a career of unusual popularity awaits it; nor can any student peruse it without being quickened by its example of candour, assiduity, and self -consecration.
Page 335 - A lesson to the rising generation, which cannot fail to improve all who ponder it well and earnestly." — Britannia. " We close this volume with the feeling that we have almost lost a companion and friend in ' John Mackintosh.' '* — English Churchman. " The true author of
Page 335 - SKETCH of the late DR. GOLDING BIRD, being an Address to Students, delivered at the request of the Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society, by JH BALFOUR, MD, FRSE, Professor of Medicine and Botany in the University of Edinburgh. Small 8vo, cloth, price Is.
Page 331 - HISTORY OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT. With the Author's last Corrections and Additions communicated to the Translator. Crown 8vo, price 5s. " A substantial, clear, painstaking piece of history. . . It is more pleasant to read, too, than the nature of the contents would lead us to expect ; the Author having a good deal of French historical vivacity, and occasionally something of D'AubignG's picturesqueness of style. The work appears to be very well translated.
Page 330 - LOUISA VON PLETTENHAUS; or, The Journal of a Poor Young Lady. Translated from the German. With Woodcut Frontispiece, designed by JB Cloth, gilt edges, price 3s. 6d. "A romantic and engaging story."— Nonconformist.
Page 329 - Modest as is the view Miss Brewster takes of her own labours, it is certain she will gain the ear and heart of all who become her readers by the holy wisdom and loving-kindness of her truly womanly words ; and we believe that none will lay down her little books without feeling purified and instructed, nerved and animated.
Page 329 - The fruit alike of strong sense and philanthropic genius. . . . There is in every chapter much to instruct the mind as well as to mould the heart and to mend the manners. The volume has all the charms of romance, while every page is stamped with utility."—Christian Witness.
Page 334 - British Mothers' Magazine. THE POWER OF THE WORD in the Conversion of the Rev. J. VAN MAASDYK. With Prefatory Notice by Lieut. CWM VAN DE VELDE, late Dutch RN " A most interesting and instructive narrative, written with charity and good taste."— Witness.
Page 333 - Aiaccio should be read in their integrity. We are unwilling to forestall the interest which attaches to their descriptions of the scenes of Napoleon's youth, and the anecdotes, which with great diligence their author has collected on the spot, of his Corsican...