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Page 8 - SPORTING FACTS AND SPORTING FANCIES. BY HARRY HIEOVER, Author of ' Stable Talk and Table Talk,' ' The Pocket and the Stud,' ' The Hunting Field,' ' The Proper Condition for All Horses,
Page 9 - When Harry Hieover gives hints to Horsemen, he does not mean by that term riders exclusively, but owners, breeders, buyers, sellers, and admirers of horses. To teach such men how to make money is to impart no valueless instruction to a large class of mankind. The advice is frankly given, and if no benefit result, it will not be for the want of good counsel.
Page 13 - The life of the Poet which has just appeared, and which was much required, is written with much beauty of expression and clearness of purpose. Mr. Middleton's book is a masterly performance." — Somerset Gazette. "Mr. Middleton has displayed great ability in following the poet through all the mazes of his life and thoughts. We recommend the work as lively, animated and interesting. It contains many curious disclosures.
Page 9 - A work which every owner of a horse will do well to consult." — Morning Herald. " Every man who is about purchasing a horse, whether it be hunter, riding horse, lady's palfrey, or cart horse, will do well to make himself acquainted with the contents of this book.
Page 5 - In 2 Vols., price 21s. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF A DRAMATIC AUTHOR'S LIFE, By EDWARD FITZBALL, Esq. "We scarcely remember any biography so replete with anecdotes of the most agreeable description. Everybody in the theatrical world and a great many out of it, figure in these pleasing volumes.
Page 10 - A complete life of Shelley was a desideratum in literature and there was no man so competent as Captain Medwin to supply it.
Page 3 - This is a step in the right way, and ought to be in the hands of the youth of both sexes.
Page 1 - This important subject is discussed ably and temperately; and though many differences will arise in the minds of some of our clergy, as well as some pious laymen, it should be added to every library.
Page 8 - In addition to the immense mass of practical and useful information with which this work abounds, there is a refreshing buoyancy and dash about the style, which makes it as attractive and fascinating as the pages of the renowned Nimrod himself.
Page 11 - We may, with perfect truth, affirm that during the last fifty years, there has been no book of such peculiar interest to the literary and political world. It has contributions from every person of literary reputation — Byron, Sir E. Bulwer, who contributes an original Poem, James, D'Israeli, Marryatt, Savage Landor, Campbell, LEL, the Smiths, Shelley, Jenkyn, Sir W.