The cruise of the Snowbird

Front Cover
International Book Company, 1882
0 Reviews
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 361 - TACT, PUSH, AND PRINCIPLE. A Book for those who wish to Succeed in Life. Crown 8vo, cloth, handsomely bound, 3^.
Page 361 - The materials for this work were furnished by President Garfield himself, and by several of his intimate friends and associates. TEN LARGE EDITIONS having been rapidly sold, the Publishers have been led to issue this cheap edition at a price which will bring the work within...
Page 84 - The bonny young Flora sat sighing her lane, The dew on her plaid and the tear in her e'e. She...
Page 236 - I ran it through, even from my boyish days To the very moment that he bade me tell it; Wherein I spake of most disastrous chances, Of moving accidents by flood and field, Of hair-breadth 'scapes i...
Page 362 - Recorder. IV. HENDRICKS THE HUNTER; or, The Border Farm. A Tale of Zululand. With Five Illustrations. Crown 8vo. Handsomely bound in cloth, gilt edges, price 5^. "A delightful book of travel and adventure in Zululand.
Page 362 - Independent. II. JAMES BRAITHWAITE, THE SUPERCARGO. The Story of his Adventures Ashore and Afloat. With Eight Illustrations, Portrait, and Short Account of the Author. Crown 8vo, gilt edges, handsomely bound, 5*.
Page 299 - The best laid schemes of mice and men Gang aft a-gley, And leave us nought but grief and pain For promised joy ; " for the pleasure which I anticipated has been turned into a perpetual
Page 84 - She look'd at a boat wi' the breezes that swung, Away on the wave, like a bird of the main ; An' aye as it lessen'd she sigh'd and she sung, Fareweel to the lad I shall ne'er see again ! Fareweel to my hero, the gallant and young, Fareweel to the lad I shall ne'er see again ! The moorcock that craws on the...
Page 58 - ... find us amusing company — and Alice will be simply beside herself under any circumstances. I know her tempers after those " refreshing evenings " at the Lefevres'.) May, dear, don't cry like that! MAY. I will! I will! I will! You — you don't know why ! SCRIFFSHAW. (Revolving many matters) We may just as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.
Page 7 - ... pop" here, and over he goes — "bang" there, and down he drops; and in less time than it takes me to tell it, the whole green would be covered with " bits of skull and tufts of hair," and as red with blood as a slaughter-pen. Between two parts of the play, a young woman came out on the stage and made a low bow to the people, who yelled and shouted as if she had done something extra. Her dress was very low above...

Bibliographic information