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Page 245 - mid snow and ice, A banner with the strange device, Excelsior ! His brow was sad ; his eye beneath Flashed like a falchion from its sheath, And like a silver clarion rung The accents of that unknown tongue, Excelsior...
Page 18 - Gd. cloth. Theory and Practice of the Metric System of Weights and Measures. By Professor LEONE LEVI, FSA, FSS Third Edition. Sewed Is.
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Page 18 - Four Seasons (The) ; A Short Account of the Structure of Plants, being Four Lectures written for the Working Men's Institute, Paris. With Illustrations. Imperial 16mo.
Page 272 - And they stood there on the meadow, With their weapons and their war-gear, Painted like the leaves of Autumn, Painted like the sky of morning, Wildly glaring at each other ; In their faces stern, defiance, In their hearts the feuds of ages, The hereditary hatred, The ancestral thirst of vengeance.
Page 10 - EACH. All Illustrated. Attractively bound in cloth, printed in red and gold. Adventures in Fanti-land. By Mrs. R. LEE, Author of " The African Wanderers," &c. Always Happy, or, ANECDOTES OF FELIX AND HIS SISTER SERENA. By a Mother. Twentieth Thousand. Child's Influence (A), or KATHLEEN AND HER GREAT UNCLE.
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Page 18 - Darnell, G. Arithmetic made Intelligible to Children. Being a Series of GRADUALLY ADVANCING EXERCISES, intended to employ the Reason rather than the Memory of the Pupil ; with ample Explanations of every Difficulty, in Language adapted to the comprehension of very young Students. Cloth, Is.