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Page 308 - ... disappointed. Again, the lover of books, of paintings, of old china gems, and of all that is costly and rare, is referred to the book itself."— Leader. V. In 1 Vol. cloth bound, 10s. 6d. OUR VETERANS OF 1854, IN CAMP AND BEFORE THE ENEMY. BY A REGIMENTAL OFFICER. " There is so much dash — such a hearty rattle in the narrative— that military...
Page 307 - Posthumous Work by the celebrated African Traveller James Richardson. TRAVELS IN MOROCCO. By the late JAMES RICHARDSON, Author of " A Mission to Central Africa," " Travels in the Desert of Sahara." EDITED BY HIS WIDOW. 2 Vols. profusely Illustrated, 21s. III. MY STUDY CHAIR; OR, MEMOIRS OF MEN AND BOOKS. By the late D. 0. MADDYN, ESQ., Author of " The Age of Pitt and Fox," "Chiefs of Parties,
Page 308 - The Age of Pitt and Fox," 2 Vols. post 8vo., 21s. " In all the book there is refreshment and agreeable illustration."— Athenaeum. " We predict for this work a permanent success. We admire the author much. His book is a capital repertoire of political information, and we can cordially recommend it.