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Page 217 - Thou shalt show me the path of life : in thy presence is the fulness of joy, and at thy right hand there is pleasure for evermore.
Page 27 - Frederick's Monthly Instructions for the Management and Formation of a Flower Garden. Fourth Edition. With Engravings by SOWERBY. 3s. 6d. plain ; or 6s. with the Flowers coloured. How to be Happy ; Or, Fairy Gifts, to which is added a Selection of Moral Allegories.
Page 19 - Infant Amusements, or How TO MAKE A NURSERY HAPPY. With Practical Hints on the Moral and Physical Training of Children. By WHG KINGSTON.
Page 30 - The Modern British Plutarch; Or, Lives of Men distinguished in the recent History of our Country for their Talents, Virtues and Achievements. By WC TAYLOR, LL.D. Author of "A Manual of Ancient and Modern History,
Page 12 - THE AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD. 6. Life Underground; OR, DICK THE COLLIERY BOY. 7. Life on the Coast; OR, THE LITTLE FISHER GIRL. 8. Adventures of Two Orphans in London. 9. Early Days on Board a Man-of-War.
Page 25 - LEICESTER'S SCHOOL. By CHARLES and MARY LAMB. 3. THE HISTORY OF THE ROBINS. By MRS. TRIMMER. 4. MEMOIR OF BOB, THE SPOTTED TERRIER. 5. KEEPER'S TRAVELS IN SEARCH OF HIS MASTER. 6. THE SCOTTISH ORPHANS. By LADY STODDABT. 7. NEVER WRONG; or, THE YOUNG DISPUTANT; and "IT WAS ONLY IN FUN.
Page 15 - Science, perhaps, was never made more attractive and easy of [entrance into the youthful mind."— The Builder. "Altogether the volume is one of the most original, as well as one of the most useful, books of the season."— Gentleman's Magazine.
Page 109 - But his sagacious eye an inmate owns: By one and one the bolts full easy slide: The chains lie silent on the footworn stones; The key turns, and the door upon its hinges groans. And they are gone: ay, ages long ago These lovers fled away into the storm.
Page 23 - The African Wanderers ; Or, the Adventures of Carlos and Antonio; embracing interesting Descriptions of the Manners and Customs of the Western Tribes, and the Natural Productions of the Country.