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Page 320 - As a study of political science, this book stands unrivalled in our time, equally remarkable for lucidity of style, acuteness, and delicacy of reasoning, and for the moral and intellectual vigour with which it has been conceived and completed.
Page 321 - Times. XII. In One Vol. PETER PAUL RUBENS, HIS LIFE AND GENIUS. Translated from the German of Dr. WAAGEN, by RR NOEL, Esq. Edited by MRS. JAMESON. " We cannot too earnestly recommend this work to the study of the artist and connoisseur; it is beyond all comparison the most complete and perfect analysis of the mind and works of Rubens which has ever been given to the public.
Page 325 - This volume is destined to live beyond its day, and will be read with the same relish when it has ceased to he a new book, as now that it possesses the charm and freshness of novelty. Boz has nothing more entertaining than some of the scenes, which are all narratives of actual occurrences.