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Life in Sweden; with excursions in Norway and Denmark - Page 334
by Selina Bunbury - 1853
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Revelations of Siberia, Volume 2

Ewa Felińska - Exiles - 1852
...PUBLICATIONS. REVELATIONS OF SIBERIA. BY A BANISHED LADY. , - -^ vols. Post 8vo., 21s. bound. • " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality,...most northern part of this northern penal settlement; ^nd in it she spent about two years, not unprofitably, as the reader will find by her interesting work,...
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High and low; or, Life's chances and changes

Henry John Coke (hon.) - 1854
...8vo. 21s. A thoroujhly good book. It cannot be read by too many people," — Die tens'* M Wurdt. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality,...was Berezov, the most northern part of this northern |ienal settlement ; and in it she spent about two years, not unprofitable, as the reader will find...
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The Americans at home; or, Byeways, backwoods, and prairies, ed. by the ...

Thomas Chandler Haliburton - 1854
...*t\s. HSs. " A thoroughly good hook. It cannot he read hy too many people." — Dickens' s Household Word*. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady...Government for a political offence, was exiled to Siheria. The place of her exile was Berezov, the most northern part of this northern penal settlement...
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Mathew Paxton, by the author of 'John Drayton'.

Margaret Oliphant Oliphant - 1854
...— Dickens's HoutehuUl Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality, who, haying incurred the displeasure of the Russian Government...was exiled to Siberia. The place of her exile was Berezor, the most northern part of this northern penal settlement ; and in it she spent about two years,...
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Edward Willoughby, by the author of 'The discipline of life', 2 vols

Emily Charlotte M. Ponsonby (lady.) - 1854
...people."—Dickens't Houtehold Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality, who, baring incurred the displeasure of the Russian Government...was exiled to Siberia. The place of her exile was Berezor, the most northern part of thii northern penal settlement; and in it she spent about two years,...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the Admiralty ...

Samuel Pepys, John A. Smith (rector of Baldock.), Richard Griffin Baron Braybrooke - Great Britain - 1854
..."A thoroughly good book. It cannot he read by too many people.'' — Dickens's He-usehold Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality,...incurred the displeasure of the Russian Government for apolitical offence, was exiled to Siheria. The place of her exile was Berezov, the moat northern part...
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The Life and Adventures of a Clever Woman: Illustrated with ..., Volume 1

Frances Milton Trollope - 1854
...16s. " A thoroughly good book. It cannot be read by too many people." — Dickenss Household Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality, who, having incurre: the displeasure of the Russian Government for a political offence, was exiled to Siberia....
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The romance of the forum, or, Narratives, scenes, and anecdotes from courts ...

Peter Burke - 1854
...vols. 16s. " A thoroughly good book. It cannot be read by too many people." — Diciceru't Houiehold Word*. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality, who, baring incurred the displeasure of the Russian Government for a political offence, was exiled to Siberia....
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The wanderer in Arabia: or, Western footsteps in eastern tracks, Volume 1

George T. Lowth - Arabian Peninsula - 1855
...16s. " A thoroughly good book. It cannot be read by too many people."— Dickens's Household Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality,...northern part of this northern penal settlement ; and. it she spent about two years, not unprofit;ibly,as the reader will find by her interesting work, containing...
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Gertrude: Or, Family Pride, Volume 2

Frances Milton Trollope - 1855
...16s. " A thoroughly good book. It cannot be read by too many people." — Dicker's Household Words. " The authoress of these volumes was a lady of quality,...most northern part of this northern penal settlement j and in it she spent about two years, not unprofitably, as the reader will find by her interesting...
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