The loving ballad of lord Bateman [by C. Dickens and W.M.Thackeray]. Illustr. by G. Cruickshank

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Page 46 - APPLETON'S TALES FOR THE PEOPLE AND THEIR CHILDREN. The greatest care has been taken in selecting the works of which the collection is composed, so that nothing either mediocre in talent, or immoral in tendency, is admitted.
Page 29 - But she's neither the better nor the worse for me ; She came to me with a horse and saddle, But she may go home in a coach and three." Lord Bateman then prepared another marriage, With both their hearts so full of glee, Saying, " I will roam no more to foreign countries, Now that Sophia has crossed the sea.
Page 1 - O have you got houses, have you got land, And does Northumberland belong to thee? And what would you give to the fair young lady As out of prison would let you go free?
Page 9 - O when she arrived at Lord Bateman's castle, How boldly then she rang the bell! 'Who's there? who's there?' cries the proud young porter, 'O come unto me pray quickly tell.
Page 21 - She has got rings on every finger, And on one finger she has got three ; With as much gay gold about her middle As would buy half Northumberlee. 17 ' О she bids you to send her a slice of bread, And a bottle of the very best wine, And not forgetting the fair young lady As did release you when close confine.
Page 41 - MORE HINTS ON ETIQUETTE. For the use of Society at large, and Young Gentlemen in particular.
Page 9 - Cruikshank : Now sevin long years is gone and past, And fourteen days veil known to me ; She packed up all her gay clouthing, And swore Lord Bateman she would go see. To this verse, in Cruikshank's book, a note (not by Cruikshank) is added : ' " Now sevin long years is gone and past, And fourteen days well known to me.
Page 46 - ... extremely low prices, with a view to extensive circulation. The binding is executed in a superior manner, and very tastefully ornamented. Any work may be purchased separately. The prices per volume are — Ornamented cloth, gilt edges.
Page 41 - Done up on a novel and ingenious plan. 2s. 6(2. plain ; 4s. coloured. SCRAPS AND SKETCHES: IN FOUR PARTS. ILLUSTRATIONS OF PHRENOLOGY. ILLUSTRATIONS OF TIME. 8s. each, plain ; 12s. coloured. DEMONOLOGY AND WITCHCRAFT; In Twelve Plates. 2s. sewed. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ENGLISH NOVELISTS; Containing Humorous Scenes from Humphrey Clinker, Roderick Random, Peregrine Pickle, Tom Jones, Joseph Andrews, Vicar of Wakeneld, &c.
Page 42 - ... 30. The Comic Alphabet. Twenty-four Plates. 2s. 6d. plain; 4s. coloured. C. Tilt. 31. Scraps and Sketches. In four Parts, 8s. each. C. Tilt. 32. Illustrations of Phrenology. 8s. C. Tilt. 33. Illustrations of Time. 8s. C. Tilt. 35. Demonology and Witchcraft. In Twelve Plates. 2s. sewed. C. Tilt. 36. Illustrations of the English Novelists ; containing Humorous Scenes from ' Humphrey Clinker,' ' Roderick Random,' ' Peregrine Pickle,' ' Tom Jones,' ' Joseph Andrews,' ' Vicar of Wakefield,

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