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American Actor Series April Augustin Daly Author inserted Author's autograph inscription Author's Book-plate Author's inscription Author's note Autograph letter Bamburgh Boston Brander Matthews BRANDER—editors CHARLES DUDLEY Chas Clara Erskine Clement compliments copies printed copy on inside dated dear Hutton Editor's Book-plate EDMUND CLARENCE Edwin Booth extra-illustrated fac-sim Fly-leaf inscribed frontispiece G. P. Putnam's Sons Harper & Bros Henry van Dyke Houghton Illus Illustrated inscription on fly-leaf inside of cover J. R. Osgood James Kate Douglas Wiggin kind regards Landmarks of London Laurence Hut Laurence Hutton Esq LAURENCE Literary Landmarks LAURENCE-editor Lawrence Barrett leaf leaves Lester Wallack loosely inserted March Mary Mapes Mary Mapes Dodge Mifflin Mitchell Newspaper extract Note-paper stamped paper cover Personally inscribed Poems port portraits Princeton Privately printed Publishers rence Hutton Scribner's Sons Stedman Story T. B. Aldrich THOMAS BAILEY viii volume W. D. Howells WILLIAM York
Page 115 - FOUR things a man must learn to do If he would make his record true: To think without confusion clearly; To love his fellow-men sincerely; To act from honest motives purely; To trust in God and Heaven securely.
Page 33 - Historic Printing Types. A Lecture read before the Grolier Club of New York, January 25, 1885, with additions and new illustrations.
Page 35 - HANS BRINKER; OR, THE SILVER SKATES. A STORY OF LIFE IN HOLLAND.
Page 97 - ON WAR. By General Carl von Clausewitz. Translated by Colonel JJ Graham, from the third German Edition. Three volumes complete in one. Fcap 4to, double columns, pp. xx. and 564, with Portrait of the author, cloth. 1873.
Page 25 - Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland, at Easton, Pennsylvania, November 29, 1895 IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION?
Page 195 - Riggs. Penelope's progress, being such extracts from the commonplace book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her experiences in Scotland. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1898. 3 pl, 268 p., 1 1. 12°. NBO 1898-1899 Kellner, L. Ein Jahr in England, 18981899. Stuttgart: JG Cotta'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1900. 12°. CN 68-77: "Eine "Schottische "Im schottischen Hochland/' i Musterstadt" [Glasgow], p. 78-8 Kleinstädter," p. 89-99. 1899 Foord, John. "The land of cakes.
Page 35 - The Poetical Works of John Milton. 2 vols. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Edited by AW POLLARD, 2 vols. Letters and Journals of Jonathan Swift. Selected and edited, with a Commentary and Notes, by STANLEY LANE-POOLE. De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
Page 172 - An' my Rose ain't red An' my Rose don't grow On a vine in de shade, But she lives in de cabin Whar de roses twines An' she wrings out d'er clo'es In de shade o' de vines." The last fifty pages — the "other verse" — has no connection with the Negro, but under the sub-title of "Songs of Life and Love " cover the usual variety of soulful experiences...