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Page 258 - PLAIN BOOKS THE GRAVE : A Poem. By Robert Blair. Illustrated by 12 Etchings executed by Louis Schiavonetti from the original Inventions of William Blake. With an Engraved Title Page and a Portrait of Blake by T. Phillips, RA The illustrations are reproduced in photogravure. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE BOOK OF JOB.
Page 256 - THE HISTORY OF JOHNNY QUAE GENUS : the Little Foundling of the late Dr. Syntax. By the Author of ' The Three Tours.' With 24 Coloured Plates by Rowlandson. THE ENGLISH DANCE OF DEATH, from the Designs of T. Rowlandson, with Metrical Illustrations by the Author of 'Doctor Syntax.
Page 257 - LIFE IN LONDON : or, the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq., and his Elegant Friend, Corinthian Tom.
Page 256 - ASK MAMMA. By RS Surtees. With 13 Coloured Plates and 70 Woodcuts in the Text by John Leech.
Page 257 - Life in Paris: Comprising the Rambles, Sprees and Amours of Dick Wildfire, etc.
Page 256 - TOUR OF DR. SYNTAX IN SEARCH OF THE PICTURESQUE. By William Combe. With 30 Coloured Plates by T. Rowlandson.
Page 256 - ANALYSIS OF THE HUNTING FIELD. By RS Surtees. With 7 Coloured Plates by Henry Alken, and 43 Illustrations on Wood.
Page 95 - Dares man upon himself confide? The wretch who glories in his gain, Amasses heaps on heaps in vain. Why lose we life in anxious cares, To lay in hoards for future years?
Page 257 - Esq., and his Elegant Friend, Sir Shawn O'Dogherty. By a Real Paddy. With 19 Coloured Plates by Heath, Marks, etc. THE ADVENTURES OF JOHNNY NEWCOME IN THE NAVY, By Alfred Burton. With 16 Coloured Plates by T. Rowlandson. THE OLD ENGLISH SQUIRE: A Poem By John Careless, Esq. With 20 Coloured Plates after the style of T. Rowlandson.