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Page 34 - A MANUAL OF HISTORICAL LITERATURE, comprising Brief Descriptions of the most Important Histories in English, French, and German, together with Practical Suggestions as to Methods and Courses of Historical Study, for the Use of Students, General Readers, and Collectors of Books.
Page 122 - ... good. But. if all communities aim at some good, the state or political community, which is the highest of all and which embraces all the rest, aims at good in a greater degree than any other, and at the highest good.
Page 148 - Wordsworth. 168 poems chosen with a view to illustrate the growth of the poet's mind and art.
Page 36 - BLAIR'S Chronological Tables. Revised and Enlarged. Comprehending the Chronology and History of the World, from the Earliest Times to the Russian Treaty of Peace, April 1856.
Page 126 - And even when a society has got upon the right track for the discovery of the natural laws of its movement— and it is the ultimate aim of this work, to lay bare the economic law of motion of modern society— it can neither clear by bold leaps, nor remove by legal enactments, the obstacles offered by the successive phases of its normal development. But it can shorten and lessen the birth-pangs.
Page 25 - I see." 36 And the hache-bord where Sir Andrew lay Is hached with gold deerlye dight: "Now by my ffaith," sais Charles, my lord Haward, "Then yonder Scott is a worthye wight! 37 "Take in your ancyents and your standards, Yea that no man shall them see, And put me fforth a white willow wand, As merchants vse to sayle the sea.
Page 24 - Henery was stout, and he turned him about, And swore by the Lord that was mickle of might, "I thought he had not beene in the world throughout That durst haue wrought England such vnright.
Page 147 - schools, academies, and the general reader. A narrative history with copious references to sources and authorities. Fully illustrated.