A school manual of modern geography. Physical and political

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1876 - 411 pages
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Page 411 - THE STUDENT'S ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE EAST. From the Earliest Times to the Conquests of Alexander the Great, including Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Media, Persia, Asia Minor, and Phoenicia.
Page 376 - Assembly consists of thirty members, elected by 10Z. householders, or freeholders, and all subjects holding a commission, or possessing a degree, or in holy orders. The legislative authority rests in both Houses united ; while the executive power is vested in a governor appointed by the Crown. Governor of Tasmania.
Page 411 - THE STUDENT'S OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY. From the CREATION OF THE WORLD to the RETURN OF THE JEWS FROM CAPTIVITY. With an Introduction to the Books of the Old Testament. By PHILIP SMITH, BA With 40 Maps and Woodcuts. (630 pp.) Post 8vo. 7*.
Page 411 - History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the Empire. With Chapters on the History of Literature and Art. By HENRY G. LIDDELL, DD, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford. Illustrated by numerous Woodcuts. Large I2mo, 778 pages, Cloth, - A SMALLER HISTORY OF ROME, from the Earliest Times to the Establishment of the Empire.
Page 51 - Loch Lomond is unquestionably the pride of our lakes ; incomparable in its beauty as in its dimensions, exceeding all others in variety, as it does in extent and splendour, and uniting in itself every style of scenery which is found in the other lakes of the Highlands.
Page 146 - Bund' . .1815-1866 North German Confederation .... 1866-1871 House of HohcnzoUern. Wilhelm 1 1871 Constitution and Government. The Constitution of the Empire bears date April 16, 1871. By its terms, all the states of Germany ' form an eternal union for the protection of the realm and the care of the welfare of the German people.
Page 375 - Britain continue to be transported — is under a Governor appointed by the Crown, who is assisted by an Executive Council composed of certain office-holders, namely, the senior officer in command of the forces, the Colonial Secretary, the Comptroller-General of Convicts, the Surveyor-General, the Attorney-General, and the Treasurer and Collector of Internal Revenue.

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