Cook's tourist's handbook for southern Italy

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Page 22 - WOOD, STATED PUBLICLY in Court that Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE was UNDOUBTEDLY the INVENTOR of CHLORODYNE, that the whole story of the defendant was deliberately untrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to.— See The Times, July 13th, 1864.
Page 22 - form of this medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm conviction that it is decidedly the best, and also from a sense of duty we owe to the profession and the public, as we are of opinion that the substitution of any other than Collis Browne's is a deliberate breach of faith on the part
Page 43 - I roam By Thrasymene's lake, in the defiles Fatal to Roman rashness, more at home. For there the Carthaginian's warlike wiles, Come back before me, as his skill beguiles The host between the mountains and the shore, Where courage falls in her despairing files, And torrents swol'n to rivers with their gore, Reek through the sultry plain with legions scattered o'er.
Page 5 - per bottle. is a beautifully pure, delicate, and fragrant toilet powder. Sold in three tints; white, rose and cream. 2,6 per box. Ask any dealer in perfumery for Rowlands' articles, of 20, Hatton Garden, London, and avoid spurious worthless imitations. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS. Sold by all dealers throughout the World.
Page 43 - Far other scene is Thrasymene now, Her lake a sheet of silver, and her plain Rent by no ravage save the gentle plough, Her aged trees rise thick as once the slain.
Page 8 - offered at great Reductions in Fares. Cook's Tours to Holland, Belgium, and the Rhine, are arranged upon a most comprehensive basis, Tickets being provided for every Route, for single and return journeys, and for Circular Tours. Breaks of journey are allowed at all places of interest. COOK'S EXCURSIONS AND
Page 13 - tower. Sismondi compares the tower to the usual pictorial representations in children's books of the Tower of Babel. It is a happy simile, and conveys a better idea of the building than chapters of laboured description. Nothing can exceed the grace and lightness of the structure ; nothing can be more

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