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Page 8 - Tobacco : Its History and Associations ; with an Account of the Plant and its Manufacture, and its Modes of Use in all Ages and Countries. By F. W. FAIRHOLT, FSA With Coloured Frontispiece and upwards of 100 Illustrations by the Author.
Page 2 - Costume in England. A HISTORY OF DRESS, from the Earliest Period until the close of the Eighteenth Century ; with a Glossary of Terms for all Articles of Use or Ornament worn about the Person. "By FW FAIRHOLT, FSA With upwards of 600 Engravings, drawn on Wood by the Author.
Page 7 - Outlines of the History of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE. For the use of the Junior Classes in Colleges, and the Higher Classes in Schools. By GEORGE L. CRAIK.
Page 5 - CARLYLE— HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH THE SECOND, called FREDERICK THE GREAT. By THOMAS CARLYLE. With Portraits and Maps. Third Edition. Vols. I. and II., demy 8vo..
Page 84 - ... of a down imperceptible to the naked eye, and which, from goblets formed like so many suns, quaff nectar of the colour of gold and silver.
Page 3 - In three Volumes, THE ORDEAL OF RICHARD FEVEREL. A HISTORY OF FATHER AND SON. BY GEORGE MEREDITH. " Mr. Meredith is an original writer, and his book is a powerful book, penetrative in its depth of insight, and rich in its variety of experience.
Page 85 - ... on pillars fairer than ivory; the corolla, an arch of unbounded magnitude, embellished with the ruby and the topaz; rivers of nectar and honey; the other parts of the floweret, cups, urns, pavilions, domes, which the human architect and goldsmith have not yet learned to imitate.
Page 3 - Mr. Trollope manages to do pleasantly whatever he attempts, but his real object in writing the present work is a serious one, and we have to thank him for a most valuable contribution to our books of travel If, by means of Mr. Trollope's pleasant...
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