Serapeum, Volume 13; Volume 33

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Page 50 - The Oration of Hyperides against Demosthenes, respecting the Treasure of Harpalus. The Fragments of the Greek Text, now first Edited from the Facsimile of the MS. discovered at Egyptian Thebes in 1847 ; together with other Fragments of the same Oration cited in Ancient Writers. With a Preliminary Dissertation and Notes, and a Facsimile of a portion of the MS.
Page 28 - OF NORTH CAROLINA, From 1584 to 1851. Compiled from Original Records, Official Documents, and Traditional Statements; with Biographical Sketches of her Distinguished Statesmen, Jurists, Lawyers, Soldiers, Divines, &c.
Page 378 - Manual of Technical Analysis ; a Guide for the Testing and Valuation of the various Natural and Artificial Substances employed in the Arts and Domestic Economy, founded on the work of Dr.
Page 81 - Regesta Historiae Westfaliae. Accedit codex diplomaticus. Die Quellen der Geschichte Westfalens, in chronologisch geordneten Nachweisungen und Auszügen, begleitet von einem Urkundenbuche.
Page 90 - To the tourist this work will prove invaluable. It is the most complete and interesting portraiture of Spain that has ever come under our notice.
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