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Page 364 - THE RECOVERY OF JERUSALEM. An Account of the Recent Excavations and Discoveries in the Holy City. By CAPTAIN WILSON, RE, and CAPTAIN WARREN, RE With an Introductory Chapter by Dean Stanley.
Page 363 - Initials.' East Lynne. By Mrs. HENRY WOOD. The Channings. By the Author of
Page 363 - The Life of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham (Author of the ' Ingoldsby Legends'); including his Correspondence and Unpublished Poetical Miscellanies. By his Son. 2 vols. large crown 8vo. with Portrait, 21*. asa Memoir and Letters of Charles Boner. Author of 'Chamois Hunting in Bavaria.
Page 75 - And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he and all his servants, and all the Egyptians ; and there was a great cry in Egypt, for there was not a house where there was not one dead.
Page 363 - Miss Austen's Sense and Sensibility. Emma. Pride and Prejudice. Mansfield Park. Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. Lady Susan and the Watsons.
Page 313 - Paris when I was there at which we were talking about the use of counterpart funds and it was my understanding that in Belgium and Sweden there are no counterpart funds available. Mr. ROONEY. ECA told us that they had so much money they did not know what to do with it and could readily and would gladly turn over any amount required to institute the program for exchange of students. Mr. Hall was familiar with this. Mr. JOHNSTONE. I talked with Mr. Hall. Mr. ROONEY. It is rather disappointing to find...
Page 364 - With Fortyone Fine Engravings and Portraits of the most eminent Personages engaged in the Revolution, engraved by W.
Page 363 - WOOD. THE CHANNINGS. By the Author of ' East Lynne.' MRS. HALLIBURTON'S TROUBLES. By the same Author. THE INITIALS. By the Author of ' Quits,' ' At Odds,' &c. COMETH UP AS A FLOWER. By the Author of