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Page 173 - If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning. If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth.
Page 435 - CAIRO, PETRA, AND DAMASCUS; From Original Notes made during a Tour in those Countries. By JOHN G. KINNEAR, ESQ. Post 8vo. 9».
Page 434 - Pamphylia. By CHARLES FELLOWS, ESQ. With Plates and Woodcuts. Imperial 8vo. 28*. MORE RECENT DISCOVERIES IN ANCIENT LYCIA; Being a Journal kept during a SECOND EXCURSION in ASIA MINOR in 1840. By CHARLES FELLOWS, ESQ. With Plates and Woodcuts. Imperial 8vo. 21. 2*.
Page 435 - MURRAY'S HAND-BOOK GUIDES. HAND-BOOK FOR TRAVELLERS IN HOLLAND, BELGIUM, PRUSSIA, NORTH GERMANY, and on the RHINE from HOLLAND to SWITZERLAND. Fourth Edition. Map. Post 8vo.
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Page 278 - ... to divide the labour, that each of us, being thus stimulated to show how much he knows, may be honourable and useful to the Republic. There are two difficult things to be done — the bridges upon which the masons must stand and the chain which is to bind together the eight sides of the cupola.