Shawl-straps: A Second Series of Aunt Jo's Scrap-bag

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Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle, 1873 - Children's stories - 308 pages
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Page 196 - Anon permit the basest clouds to ride With ugly rack on his celestial face, And from the forlorn world his visage hide, Stealing unseen to west with this disgrace...
Page 324 - Deserves to be printed in letters of gold, and circulated in every house." — Chambers Journal. ii. About in the World. Essays by the Author of "The Gentle Life.
Page 326 - The Silent Hour: Essays, Original and Selected, By the Author of "The Gentle Life.
Page 317 - Round Table, With Biographical Introduction. The Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend. By Sir THOMAS BROWNE, Knt. Ballad Poetry of the Affections. By ROBERT BUCHANAN. Coleridge's Christabel, and other Imaginative Poems. With Preface by ALGERNON C. SWINBURNE. Lord Chesterfield's Letters, Sentences and Maxims. With Introduction by tbe Editor, and Essay on Chesterfield by M.
Page 339 - See Low's Copyright Edition. Tennyson's May Queen ; choicely Illustrated from designs by the Hon. Mrs. BOYLE. Crown 8vo. See
Page 325 - Familiar Words. An Index Verborum, or Quotation Handbook. Affording an immediate Reference to Phrases and Sentences that have become embedded in the English language. 3rd and enlarged Edition. "The most extensive dictionary of quotation we have met with.
Page 324 - About in the World. Essays by the Author of "The Gentle Life." " It is not easy to open it at any page without finding some handy idea.
Page 326 - The chapters are so lively in themselves, so mingled with shrewd views of human nature, so full of illustrative anecdotes, that the reader cannot fail to be amused.
Page 315 - The book for all boys in whom the love of travel and adventure is strong. They will find here plenty to amuse them and much to instruct them besides.
Page 333 - One of the most readable books of the season ; permanently valuable, always interesting, often amusing, and not inferior in all the essentials of a gift book.

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