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Page 3 - The Christian Year. Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holy Days throughout the Year.
Page 18 - The most complete, as well as elegant and correct edition of Virgil ever published in this country." — Educational Times. " The best commentary on Virgil which a student can obtain." — Scotsman. COBBETT (William): ENGLISH GRAMMAR, in a Series of Letters, intended for the use of Schools and Young Persons in general. With an additional chapter on Pronunciation, by the Author's Son, JAMES PAUL COBBETT.
Page 27 - Clever and amusing . . . above the average even of good novels . . . free from sensationalism, but full of interest . . . touches the deeper chords of life . . . delineation of character remarkably good." — Spectator. " Superior in all respects to the common run of novels.
Page 19 - French Grammar ' comes out with perennial freshness. There are few grammars equal to it for those who are learning, or desirous of learning, French without a teacher. The work is excellently arranged, and in the present edition we note certain careful and wise revisions of the text.
Page 15 - ELEMENTS OF METALLURGY. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE ART OF EXTRACTING METALS FROM THEIR ORES. BY J. ARTHUR PHILLIPS, M.lNST.OE, FCS, FGS, <fcc.
Page 19 - Professor Craik's book going, as it does, through the whole history of the language, probably takes a place quite by itself. The great value of the book is its thorough comprehensiveness. It is always clear and straightforward, and deals not in theories but m facts." — Saturday Review. "Professor Craik has succeeded in making a book more than usually agreeable,
Page 6 - Contains within a small compass a body of most interesting and valuable information." KITTO (John, DD, FSA) : PICTORIAL SUNDAY BOOK (The). Containing nearly two thousand Illustrations on Steel and Wood, and a Series of Maps.
Page 5 - CYCLOPMDIA. (A); or, Dictionary of Eastern Antiquities, Geography, Natural History, Sacred Annals and Biography, Theology, and Biblical Literature, illustrative of the Old and New Testaments. With Maps prepared expressly by Messrs.
Page 7 - In a neat and concise form, are brought together striking and beautiful passages from the works of the most eminent divines and moralists, and political and scientific writers ot acknowledged ability.
Page 20 - Text from ORELLIUS. English Notes, original, and selected from the best Commentators. Illustrations from the antique. Complete in One Volume. Fcap 8vo. Cloth, 5/. Or in Two Parts : Part I. — CARMINA 3/. Part II. — SATIRES AND EPISTLES, . . 3). " The notes are excellent and exhaustive.