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Page 334 - Thornton. A SPORTING TOUR THROUGH THE NORTHERN PARTS OF ENGLAND AND GREAT PART OF THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. By Colonel T. THORNTON, of Thornville Royal, in Yorkshire. With the Original Illustrations by GARRARD, and other Illustrations and Coloured Plates by GE LODGE.
Page 331 - BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY. Talks with Mr. Gladstone. By the Hon. LA TOLLEMACHE, Author of 'Benjamin Jowett,' 'Safe Studies,' etc. With a Portrait of Mr. Gladstone. Large crown 8vo., cloth, 6s. ' An extremely agreeable volume, in the production of which Mr. Tollemache's rare talents for the difficult art which he practises claim a creditably large and important share.
Page 327 - Publisher is glad to state that he is now in a position to issue it at a price which will place it within the reach of all. From the "Times." " The want of a complete History of Scotland has been long felt ; and from the specimen which the volume before us gives of the author's...
Page 14 - Thursday, 18th instant, the day in which we commemorate the birth of her most gracious Majesty the Queen of England, and I sincerely trust that you will not be disappointed in the advantage you expect to derive by its being understood that you are in a particular manner under the protection of the British Government.
Page 9 - By article 17, it is provided that " his Britannic Majesty shall cause to be demolished all fortifications which his subjects shall have erected in the Bay of Honduras and other places of the territory of Spain in that part of the world," &c.; and then the right is given to the English to cut logwood on the " Spanish coasts and territories.
Page 334 - Smith— THE LIFE OF A FOX, AND THE DIARY OF A HUNTSMAN. By THOMAS SMITH, Master of the Hambledon and Pytchley Hounds. With the original Illustrations by the Author, and Six Coloured Plates by GH JALLAND. Large 8vo., handsomely bound, 15s.
Page 14 - Prince George, your request to be crowned in the settlement in the presence of your chieftains and such of your people as are assembled here, I shall most cheerfully comply with, and beg to propose that the ceremony shall take place on Thursday, 18th...
Page 91 - Alas, mother, did you go from us in anger? Did we not love you? Your husband sits outside with his head hung down. Here the women are sitting with their heads covered, All for love of you. But you have abandoned us. Alas, that I shall never see your face again; That I shall never hear your voice again.
Page 334 - Also obtainable in Sets only, in fine leather bindings. Prices on application. VOLUME I. Smith. THE LIFE OF A FOX, AND THE DIARY OF A HUNTSMAN. By THOMAS SMITH, Master of the Hambledon and Pytchley Hounds. With Illustrations by the Author, and Coloured Plates by GH JALLAND. Sir RALPH PAYNE-GALWEY, Bart., writes : ' It is excellent and beautifully produced.