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Page 335 - O that I had wings like a dove : for then would I flee away, and be at rest.
Page 12 - BALLADS FOR THE TIMES, HOW FIRST COLLECTED. GERALDINE, AMERICAN LYRICS, HACTENUS, A THOUSAND LINES, AND OTHER POEMS, BY MARTIN F. TUPPER, D.Ci. FRS " With smoothness of measure, Mr. Tupper's design is always excellent, and his versification is brought to bear upon things of no transient interest. It is one of the best characteristics of his labours, that he does not write for praise, but for the benefit of his fellow-men — not merely for time, but for eternity.
Page 17 - Development," &c. &c. With Twenty-four Engravings on Wood. 16mo. cloth, 2s. ORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS. A New and Revised Edition. Two Vols. 18mo. cloth, Is. 6d. each. OUR FATHER ; a Manual of Family Prayers for General and Special Occasions, with Short Prayers for Spare Minutes, and Passages for Reflection.
Page 6 - If not so spirit-stirring as some of its competitors, it is as well written as any of them, and has taken a fixed and firm hold of its many readers by its unassuming truthfulness. Its fame is very likely to be more durable than that of the majority of works of the kind.
Page 4 - One of the best historical, archaeological, and geographical compilations that has appeared." WEEKLY NEWS. — "We can safely recommend it to the perusal of our readers as the most useful work which has yet appeared upon the subject it embraces.
Page 12 - It is the fervour of style, the freshness of illustration, the depth of true feeling present in every page, that gives these tales a charm peculiar to themselves.
Page 2 - Rock of Gibraltar is perhaps the most picturesque stronghold in the world its natural scenery and impregnable fortifications are viewed with astonishment by every traveller. The little island of Malta is also replete with varied interest ; such as the bay where St. Paul was wrecked, the ancient temples attributed to the Phoenicians, and the memorials of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem — many of which are now for the first time delineated. These are the principal points selected for illustrated...
Page 91 - They, looking back, all the eastern side beheld Of Paradise, so late their happy seat, Waved over by that flaming brand; the gate With dreadful faces thronged and fiery arms. Some natural tears they dropped, but wiped them soon; The world was all before them, where to choose Their place of rest, and Providence their guide.
Page 23 - A NEW AND IMPROVED GRAMMAR, designed for every Class of Learners, and especially for Self-instruction. Containing the Elements of the Language and the Rules of Etymology and Syntax Exemplified ; with NOTES and APPENDIX, consisting of Dialogues, Select Poetry, Commercial Correspondence, &c.