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Page 291 - Lives of the Queens of Scotland, and English Princesses connected with the Regal Succession of Great Britain.
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Page 291 - The American Patent Portable Book-Case. For Students, Barristers, Home Libraries, &c, THIS Book-case will be found to be made of very solid and durable material, and of a neat and elegant design. The shelves may be adjusted for books of any size, and will hold from 150 to 300 volumes. As it requires neither nails, screws, or glue, it may be taken to pieces in a few minutes, and reset up in another room or house, where it would be inconvenient to carry a large frame. Full Height, 5J?.
Page 291 - I., Edward III., Cardinal Wolsey, Cardinal Pole, Elizabeth, James I., Cromwell, Charles II., James II. The Times. " No greater service can be rendered to literature than the republication, in a handsome and attractive form, of works which time and the continued approbation of the world have made classical. . . . The accuracy of Lingard's statements on many points of controversy, as well as the genial sobriety of his view, is now recognised.
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Page 248 - You must be aware that, exclusive of the thirty-one boxes of ammunition delivered to the Pasha by us in May, 1888, the rebels possess ammunition of the Provincial Government equal to twenty of our cases. We are bound to credit them with intelligence enough to perceive that such a small supply would be fired in an hour's fighting among so many rifles, and that only a show of submission and apparent loyalty will ensure a further supply from us. Though the Pasha brightens up each time he obtains a plausible...
Page 287 - ' Mr. Bullen's edition deserves warm recognition. It is intelligent, scholarly, adequate. His preface is judicious. The elegant edition of the dramatists of which these volumes are the first is likely to stand high in public estimation. . . . The completion of the series will be a boon to bibliographers and scholars alike.
Page 247 - The news brought to-day is not that Selim Bey is close here, but that he has not started from Wadelai yet. " In addition to his own friends, who are said to be loyal and obedient to him, he brings the ten rebel officers, and some 600 or 700 soldiers, thenfaction.
Page 276 - THE HEIMSKRINGLA OR THE SAGAS OF THE NORSE KINGS FROM THE ICELANDIC OF SNORRE STURLASON BY SAMUEL LAING, ESQ. SECOND EDITION, REVISED, WITH NOTES IT RASMUS B. ANDERSON, LL.D. UNITED STATES MINISTER TO DENMARK AUTHOR OF " NORSE MYTHOLOGY," " VIKING TALES OF THE NORTH," AND OTHER WORKS TRIUtb Gwo /Raps IN FOUR VOLUMES VOLUME THE FOURTH LONDON JOHN C.
Page 290 - Is an excellent edition of a famous book. Mr. Firth presents the • Memoirs ' with a modernised orthography and a revised scheme of punctuation. He retains the notes of Julius Hutchinson, and supplements them by annotations — corrective and explanatory — of his own. Since their publication in 1805, the ' Memoirs ' have been a kind of classic. To say that this is the best and fullest edition of them in existence is to say everything.