The hand-book of etiquette

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Page 72 - The English Language in its Elements and Forms. With a History of its Origin and Development, and a full Grammar. Designed for Use in Colleges and Schools.
Page 58 - The world was sad! — the garden was a wild ! And man, the hermit, sigh'd — till woman smiled...
Page 58 - And say, without our hopes, without our fears, Without the home that plighted love endears. Without the smile from partial beauty won, Oh ! what were man ? — a world without a sun. Till Hymen brought his love-delighted hour, There dwelt no joy in Eden's rosy bower...
Page 77 - CASSELL'S LATIN READER, adapted to " Cassell's Latin Grammar;" consisting of Fables, Mythology, Anecdotes of Eminent Men, Roman History, and Ancient Geography ; to which is appended an appropriate Dictionary.
Page 53 - ... believeth that there is no impediment of kindred or alliance, or of any other lawful cause, nor any suit commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court, to...
Page 79 - CASSELL'S ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, intended for the use of Schools, Colleges, Universities, and self-taught Students. Crown 8vo, paper covers, Is. ; cloth, Is. 6d.
Page 72 - SIXPENNY LESSONS IN FRENCH, With Rules for Pronunciation, on an entirely Novel and Simple Plan. Reprinted in a revised form. Crown 8vo, paper covers, 6d. CASSELL'S LESSONS IN FRENCH; containing a Complete View of the Idioms of the French Language, in a Series of Easy and Progressive Lessons.
Page 86 - are framed upon a system which obliges the learner, from the first, to unite beauty of form with easy and rapid execution. The design of this Course of Books is to instruct the learner from the beginning, to pass over with freedom correct models of those forms only which form component portions of a perfect handwriting. By a persevering use of this method surprising results have been obtained, and the pupils have always become expert penmen and good ready writers. Pencils have been prepared, and...
Page 67 - The eclipse of Nature spreads my pall, The majesty of Darkness shall Receive my parting ghost ! . "This spirit shall return to Him That gave its heavenly spark ; Yet think not, Sun, it shall be dim When thou thyself art dark. No ! it shall live again, and shine In bliss unknown to beams of thine, By Him recalled to breath Who captive led Captivity, Who robbed the Grave of victory, And took the sting from Death...
Page 73 - Dictionary. Composed from the French Dictionaries of the French Academy, Bescherelle, Landais, &c. ; from the English Dictionaries of Ogilvie, Johnson, Webster, &c.

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