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Page 221 - To suggest what to say, just how and when to say it, is the general aim of this work, and it succeeds moSt admirably in its purpose. READING The...
Page 114 - There is no contagion so strong and sure as that of small-pox, none that operates at so great a distance.
Page 223 - This book contains an excellent collection of over a thousand of the latest, brightest, and moSt up-to-date conundrums, to which are added many Biblical, poetical, and French conundrums.
Page 218 - No necessity for studying rules of grammar or rhetoric when this book may be had. It teaches both without the study of either.
Page 216 - Is it not because they cannot say the right thing in the right place ? This admirable book not only shows by numerous examples just what kind of letters to write, but by directions and suggestions enables the reader to become an accomplished original letter writer.
Page 223 - AM interesting form of entertainment than hypnotic exhibitions, and everyone would like to know how to hypnotize. <| By following the simple and concise instructions contained in this complete manual anyone may, with a little practice, readily learn how to exercise this unique and strange power. By Cavendish almost as familiar an expression as Twenty-third Edition
Page 217 - This volume contains a representative collection of proverbs, old and new, and the indexes, topical and alphabetical, enable one to find readily just what he requires.
Page 217 - Of epitaphs, old and new, this book contains the best. It is full of quaint bits of obituary fancy, with a touch of the gruesome here and there for a relish.