Jean Monteith

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H. Holt, 1887 - 252 pages
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Page 256 - Popular Government; Four Essays. I. — Prospects of Popular Government. II. — Nature of Democracy. III.
Page 256 - • ' a winsome, amnslng and sometimes Instructive contribution we commend tula entertaining diary."— The critic. JOHNSON'S (HK) OUR FAMILIAR SONGS, And those who made them. 300 Songs with Piano accompaniment, and sketches of their composers. A new edition. 8vo. $8.00. SYMONDS
Page 256 - Reaction, 2 vols. 8vo. $iS. 50 per volume. ROUMANIAN FAIRY TALES. Square 12mo. $1.25. " Delightful wild stories of fancy."— Boston Advertiser. " While they will astonish as well aa amuse young people, they will teach them lessons as good as those of ^assop's Fables."— 1'hilujlel'phia.
Page 256 - CARR, of the same college. 12mo. Cloth. $1.50. The biography of a pious and sensitive soul struggling with the questions between religion and modern thought, and leading a life of rare beauty and usefulness in the face of all perplexities. SUMNER'S PROTECTIONISM. ., The -Ism which Teaches that Waste makes Wealth. IGmo. $1.00.
Page 256 - SYMONDS' RENAISSANCE IN ITALY. The first 5 vols. 8vo. $2.00 per vol. Part I. — Age of Despots. Part II. — The Revival of Learning. Part III.— The Fine Arts. Part IV.— Italian Literature. 2 vols. Part V. — The Catholic Reaction, 2 vols.
Page 167 - Patronage is the outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace, and that is Power.
Page 153 - This girl, he felt, did love him greatly ; perhaps as much as it was in her nature to love any one...
Page 256 - ... POPULAR GOVERNMENT. Four Essays. I. Prospects of Popular Government. II. Nature of Democracy. III. Age of Progress. IV. .Constitution of the United States. 8vo. $2.75. " By his literary brilliancy, by his breadth of view, by his Infinitive suggestiveness, exactly meets the taste of 'the time."— TJie Nation. NOEL'S (MAURICE) BUZ; Or, The Life and Adventures of a Honey Bee. 12mo. $1.00. "A capital book."— JT. Y. 'Commercial Advertiser. " Interesting and at times even dramatic.
Page 256 - By his literary brilliancy, by his breadth of view, by his infinitive suggestiveness, exactly meets the taste of the time. His writings correspond with the spirit of the age, and therefore exert immense and in many respects quite legitimate influence. . . . Hundreds will read 'Popular Government' who will not care to study 'Ancient Law'.
Page 187 - Still the conventionalities demand something, and there is no longer any reason why they should not be consulted.

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