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" 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... "
The Garden that Paid the Rent - Page 3
by Garden - 1860 - 143 pages
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The West Indies and the Spanish Main

Anthony Trollope - Central America - 1859 - 395 pages
...MAIN. BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE. " Mr. Trollope manages to do pleasantly whatever he attempts, but his rl object in writing the present work is a serious one,...afforded to our planters, the author may regard his book : travels as the most useful, if not the most brilliant, volume which he has v<-: published."—Time*,...
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The History of Italy, from the Abdication of Napoleon I, Volume 2

Isaac Butt - Italy - 1860
...1860. LIST OF NEW BOOKS PUBLISHED BY CHAPMAN AND HALL. Third Edition, demy Svo, with a Map, price 15*., THE WEST INDIES AND THE SPANISH MAIN. BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE....contribution to our books of travel. ... If by means of Mr. Trollope-s pleasant pages, attention is turned to thoso islands, and some encouragement is afforded...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 28

Industries - 1860
...arc in for it — good business-like amusement. Mr. Trollope, however, is better than he seems. He manages to do pleasantly whatever he attempts, but...most valuable contribution to our books of travel. " Affairs of State," as ho de scribes them — which we suppose to mean the affairs of the Post Office—...
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Filippo Strozzi: A History of the Last Days of the Old Italian Liberty

Thomas Adolphus Trollope - Italy - 1860 - 410 pages
...ANTHONY TKOLLOPE, "Mr. Trollope manages to do pleasantly whatever he attempts. but his real object iz. writing the present work is a serious one, and we...travel. . . . If by means of Mr. Trollope's pleasant pagt*, attention is turned to these islands, and some encouragement is afforded to our planter?. the...
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Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar. A Story of an Interdict

Thomas Adolphus Trollope - Church and state - 1861 - 391 pages
...pleasantly whatever he attempt*, but his real object in writing the present work is a serious one, an>l we have to thank him for a most valuable contribution...islands, and some encouragement is afforded to our planter*. the author may regard his book of travels as the most useful, if not the most brilliant,...
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Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar: A Story of an Interdict

Thomas Adolphus Trollope - Church and state - 1861 - 391 pages
...pleasantly whatever he attempts, but his real object in writing the present work is a serious one, an 1 we have to thank him for a most valuable contribution...pleasant pages, attention is turned to these islands, and aome encouragement is afforded to our planters, the author may regard his b ok of travels as the mo.M;...
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Social Aspects of the Italian Revolution, in a Series of Letters from ...

Mrs. Theodosia Garrow Trollope - Italy - 1861 - 309 pages
...thank him for a ruost valuible contribution to our books of travel. . . . If by means of Mr. Trollope'a pleasant pages, attention is turned to these islands,...some encouragement is afforded to our planters, the anthor may regard his bnok of travels as the most useful, if not the most brilliant, volume which he...
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The Natural History Review, Issues 17-20

1865
...the species anew, in order to determine the Indian forms with exactitude. The result has been that we have to thank him for a most valuable contribution to our knowledge of the Ophidians. The Hydrophiidae are " Sea-serpents," in the truest sense of the word,...
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The Making of a Racist State: British Imperialism and the Union of South ...

Bernard Magubane - History - 1996 - 450 pages
...some length. We looked for amusement only from Mr. Trollope, and we are inveigled into instruction. [H]is real object in writing the present work is a...most valuable contribution to our books of travel. 'Affairs of State,' as he describes them — which we suppose to mean the affairs of the post office...
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