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Page 362 - STO, 1 vol., price 6s. Voyages to China, India, and America. By WSS Bradshaw. London : JF Hope, 16, Great Marlborough-street. Post 8vo, 1 vol., price 4s. (Ready.) Italy's Hope : A Tale of Florence. By John Ashford, Author of
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Page 366 - There are evident touches of poetry in it. The stream of the verse has a gleam of gold. The author is apparently very young, but has undoubtedly shown that he possesses the poetic temperament An unusually pure tone and purpose in the book augur well for the future of the writer.
Page 224 - ... everybody, rich and poor, can easily reach. At The Hague, when I got up in the morning and looked out of the window of my room at the hotel, I saw a herd of about twenty deer quietly feeding in William's Park, a pleasure-ground adorned with villas, monuments and statues. Says a Dutch author: "The Hague has a tree, a flower and a bird for each of its sixty thousand inhabitants.
Page 365 - Manual of Confirmation, By Rev. C. Henxman, Incumbent of St. Andrews, Dunmore. London: JF Hope, 16, Great Marlborough.street. Post 8vo, price Is. 6d., Arnold : A Dramatic History. By Cradock Newton. " There is exquisite beauty in
Page 197 - Jonker was not the only one who forwarded reports to the king or the government. It is amusing to observe how, in the petty states of old Europe, projectors of financial measures spring up like mushrooms, whenever a political crisis appears on the horizon.
Page 363 - Catechism ; heing a Compendium of the chief Truths and Events revealed in the Holy Scriptures, as expounded and commemorated by the Church of England. By the Rev. Henry Kemp, MA, Head Master of Cleobury-Mortimer Endowed Schools. London : JF Hope, 16, Great Marlborough-street. Post 8vo, price 4s., Poetical Romances and Ballads. By EV Sankey, Author of
Page 368 - London : JF Hope, 16, Great Marlborough-street. Lately published, in one vol., post 8vo., price 2s. 6d., cloth 3s. 6d. China : a Popular History, with a Chronological account of the most remarkable events from the earliest period to the present day. By Sir Oscar Oliphant, Kt. London : JF Hope, 16, Great Marlborough-street. Post 8vo, price 4s. (Just ready.) Wild Notes. By E. Passingham. London...
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