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Page 759 - History of the Royal Society, compiled from Original Authentic Documents. By CR WELD, Assistant-Secretary of the Royal Society. Two Volumes. Octavo. 30s.
Page 417 - Carlovingian dynasty. Furthermore, mark by the usual symbol of war, two crossed swords, the localities where battles were fought by or against the pirates ; where they were defeated or triumphant, or where they pillaged, burned, destroyed ; and the valleys and banks of the Elbe, Rhine, and Moselle, Scheldt, Meuse, Somme, and Seine, Loire, Garonne, and Adour, the inland Allier, and all the coasts and coastlands between estuary and estuary, and the countries between the river-streams, will appear bristling...
Page 760 - Additions. 5s. Management of the Organs of Digestion in Health and in Disease. By the same Author. Second Edition. 6s. 6d. Lunacy and Lunatic Life, with Hints on the Personal Care and Management of those afflicted with Derangement. 3s. 6d.
Page 761 - ABBOTT'S READER; a Series of Familiar Pieces, in Prose and Verse, calculated to produce a Moral Influence on the Hearts and Lives of Young Persons. By the Authors of the YOUNG CHRISTIAN ; THE CORNER-STONE ; THE TEACHER, &c.