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Page 260 - Edition, corrected and enlarged. 12mo. price 6s. cloth. A FAMILY TOUR THROUGH THE BRITISH EMPIRE ; containing some Account of its Manufactures, Natural and Artificial Curiosities, History and Antiquities. By PRISCILLA WAKEFIELD.
Page 257 - RURAL SCENES; or, a Peep into the Country, for good Children; illustrated by nearly One Hundred Cuts, with appropriate Descriptions in Prose and Verse. By the Authors of Original Poems. Price 2s. 6d. neatly half bound. CITY SCENES; or, a Peep into London, for good Children. By the Authors of Rural Scenes. With 103 Copper-plates. Price 2s.
Page 260 - THE JUVENILE TRAVELLERS ; or, a Tour through the principal States and Kingdoms of Europe ; with an Account of their Inhabitants, Natural Productions, and Antiquities. By PRISCILLA WAKEFIELD.
Page 257 - We have not room for extracts, or could convince our readers, that the writers of these ' Rhymes' have better claims to the title of poets, than many who arrogate to themselves that high appellation.
Page 259 - Bullar's Questions on the Scriptures. Questions on the Holy Scriptures, to be answered in Writing, as Exercises At School, or in the course of Private Instruction. By JOHN BULLAH.
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Page 260 - PERAMBULATIONS in LONDON and its ENVIRONS; comprehending an Historical Sketch of the ancient State and Progress of the British Metropolis, a concise Description of its present State, Notices of eminent Persons, and a short Account of the surrounding Villages. In Letters. Designed for young Persons. By Priscilla WakefiM.
Page 257 - Price 3s. half bound. LIMED TWIGS, to catch Young Birds, by one of the Authors of Original Poems. Price 2s. half bound. The WEDDING among the FLOWERS, by one of the Authors of Original Poems. With Plates.