Money-maker, Or, The Victory of the Basilisk

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Lee and Shepard, 1874 - Boats and boating - 361 pages

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Page 183 - I am very glad to hear what you have to say, and I want the benefit of your judgment.
Page 361 - WORTHY PARTICULAR ATTENTION. PENS AND TYPES. Hints and Helps to all who Write, Print, or Read. By BENJAMIN DREW. i6mo. Cloth. $1.50. " ' Pens and Types ' is the title of a little book by Benjamin Drew, containing such hints and guides for people who write for the press, and printers, as long experience in the work of proof reading has taught him to be essential. There are two classes of people who never properly prepare their manuscript for publication — those who do not know how to do it, and...
Page 361 - EMERSON, in a note to the author, says : -— " I believe that any person who shall carefully read it would so understand the principles, and have his eyes opened to the beauties of art, that he would never look upon a picture, a statue, or a noble building, without more interest and a higher power of appreciating and enjoying it" TILESTON'S HAND-BOOK OF THE ADMINISTRATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES.

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