The Schoolboy Abroad

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A. and C. Black, 1905 - School children - 308 pages

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Page 300 - ild you! They say the owl was a baker's daughter. Lord! we know what we are, but know not what we may be.
Page 306 - ... hanged on a hook. He that this book steale would Soon be his hearte cold. That it may so be Say Amen for charity!" * * * "Whosoever this book find I pray him have this in his mind. For His love that died on tree Save this book and bring it to me, William Barbor of New Buckenham." * * " An I it lose and you it find I pray you heartily to be so kind That you will take a little pain To see my book brought home again.
Page 309 - Kommt er an ein Haus, So jagt man ihn hinaus. Kommt er an einen Graben, So fressen ihn die Raben. Kommt er an einen Stein, So bricht er Hals und Bein.
Page 303 - Steal not this book for fear of shame, For here you see the owner's name...
Page 305 - Sum, I am a gentleman ; Es, thou art a fool ; Est, he is the biggest ass Of all the boys at school.
Page 303 - But even this inscription is not exclusively concerned with spiritual well being in every instance. One version, reported by John Murray in a follow-up note to go with the above runs Steal not this book, mine honest friend, For fear the gallows be thine end.
Page 209 - ... of nature, but everywhere provided with good roads and inns ; second, the higher regions of pines, rocks, and the...
Page 209 - The first of these regions is the Switzerland of Rousseau and Byron ; the second had come into fashion, when here...
Page 306 - Hither for refuge fly ; Though the whole world should be submerged, This book would still be dry.

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