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Page 150 - Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest I will go; thy people shall be my people and thy God my God.
Page 265 - Ready this day, at every Library, the Third Edition, in 3 vols., JOHN MARCHMONT'S LEGACY. By the Author of ' Lady Audley's Secret,
Page 265 - Kow ready, with a wood engraving of "Aurora " and " The Softy," a new edition of AURORA FLOYD ; BY THE AUTHOR OF
Page 221 - He arose and walked unsteadily to the tub, dipping up a cupful of the liquor. As he raised it to his lips, his eyes met those of the newcomer, fixed upon him, and the cup fell from his hand with a clatter, the untasted whiskey splashing upon the floor. "Mark Bailey! Why, Mark!
Page 265 - Lady Audley's Secret.' Now ready, uniform with the above, LADY AUDREY'S SECRET.
Page 265 - Burton devotes to it, and we thank him lor a book which is as instructive as it is pleasant, as significant and suggestive to the watchful statesman as it is full of amusement to the veriest idler.
Page 265 - This day is ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 vols., HELD IN BONDAGE; or, GRANVILLE DE VIGNE. By