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Page 70 - We were crowded in the cabin, Not a soul would dare to sleep, — It was midnight on the waters, And a storm was on the deep. 'Tis a fearful thing in winter To be shattered by the blast, And to hear the rattling trumpet Thunder, "Cut away the mast!
Page 115 - And she covered her face with her hands, as if to shut out some unpleasant object. , "Poor predestined child of sin, branded by nature from her birth, and charged with wicked passions, as the snake with venom, I cannot but pity her!
Page 189 - ISmo., 540 pages. Illustrated with 6 designs, by Darley. 75 cts. NUTCRACKER AND MOUSE-KING. From the German of HOFFMAN, by Mrs. ST. SIMON. 16mo., illustrated. 50 cts. OLD OAK TREE (THE). A Tale for the Young, slots.
Page 191 - GOLDSMITH. One volume, 12mo., with numerous Illustrations. 75 cts. ; gilt edges, $1 00. PUNCHINELLO— THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF PUNCHINELLO. Embellished with 100 designs. 12mo., cloth, 75 cts. ; gilt edges, $1 00. PICTORIAL HISTORY OF NAPOLEON BON A PARTK.
Page 191 - FOE.— PICTORIAL ROBINSON CRUSOE. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. By Daniel De Foe. With a Memoir of the Author, and an Essay on his Writings, with upwards of 300 spirited Engravings, by the celebrated French artist, Grandville One elegant volume, octavo, of 500 pages.
Page 189 - By a Lady of Charleston. Beautifully illustrated. 81 cts. ; cloth, 25 cts. LITTLE FRANK AND OTHER TALES. Square 16mo Cloth. 25 cts. LITTLE LESSONS FOR LITTLE LEARNERS, in words of one syllaole.
Page 192 - SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON ; or, Adventures on a Desert Island. A New Edition The Two Series complete in One Volume, entirely Revised and Improved. Eight Illustrations by John Gilbert. EVENINGS AT HOME ; or, the Juvenile Budget Opened. By L. AIKEN and Mrs. BAKnAULD ; a New and Revised Edition. Eight Engravings, 416 pages.
Page 190 - STUDIES OF ANIMALS. With Instructions for the Lead Pencil and Crayon. Composed of spirited sketches of Single Figures and Groups from Nature ; with Choice Selections from some of the most distinguished Animal Painters: accompanied with copious Instructions. By FN OTIS. Complete in 5 numbers, $1 88 ; bound, *2 25. SUSAN PINDAR'S STORY BOOK. Comprising "Fireside Fairies,
Page 191 - WINTER EVENING STORY BOOK. Comprising Stories of Adventure by Land and Sea, Domestic Tales, &C. Illustrated with Wood Engravings. 1 vol. 16mo. 75 cts. WINTER EVENINGS; or, Tales of Travellers. By MAEIA HACK. Elegantly Illustrated. lOmo., 75 eta. ; gilt edges, 75 ct...