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Page 30 - Bacon's Essays and Colours of Good and Evil. With Notes and Glossarial Index. By W. ALDIS WRIGHT, MA " The beautiful little edition of Bacon's Essays, now before us, docs credit to the taste and scholarship of Mr.
Page 34 - A more complete edition of Virgil in English it is scarcely possible to conceive than the scholarly work before us.
Page 21 - It is impossible to read it without recognizing the value and interest of the Eastern epic. It is as fascinating as a fairy tale, this romantic poem of India.
Page 13 - We know no better book for those who want knowledge -or seek to refresh it. As for the 'sensational,' most novels are tame compared with these narratives.
Page 11 - Told in a light and amusing style, which, in its drollery and quaintness, reminds us of our old favourite Grimm.
Page 31 - THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. Edited from the Original Edition by JW CLARK, MA, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Page 27 - No man can read this poem without being struck by the fitness and finish of the workmanship, so to speak, as well as by the chastened and unpretending loftiness of thought which pervades the whole" — GLOBE. Words from the Poets. Selected by the Editor of " Rays of Sunlight" With a Vignette and Frontispiece.
Page 29 - THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF THE BEST SONGS AND LYRICAL POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Selected and arranged, with Notes, by FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE.
Page 30 - Sacred Poetry." — SPECTATOR. A BOOK OF GOLDEN DEEDS of all Times and all Countries. Gathered and narrated anew. By the Author of "THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE." "... To the young, for whom it is especially intended, as a most interesting collection of thrilling tales well told; and to their elders, as a useful handbook of reference, and a pleasant one to take up •when their •wish is to while away a weary half-hour. We have seen no prettier gift-book for a long time."— ATHENAEUM.