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Canadian Crusoes - Page 6
by Catharine Parr Traill - 1852
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Apocalyptic Sketches; Or, Lectures on the Book of Revelation ...

John Cumming - Bible - 1851 - 543 pages
...fixed and firm hold of its many readers by ite unassuming truthfulness. Its fame Is very likely to be more durable than that of the majority of works of the kind." — BelVt Life iť London. " The interest of this tale is still kept up, and the work promise* to equal...
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Romanism in England Exposed: The Redemptorists Fathers of St. Mary's Convent ...

Charles Hastings Collette - 1851 - 262 pages
...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."— Bell't Life in London. " The interest of this tale is still kept up, and the work promises to equal...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 2

William Jerdan - Authors, English - 1852 - 444 pages
...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...seldom surpassed, while the facts and incidents which makeup the story are telling and impressive in the highest degree." — Cheltenham Journal. "This is...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 2

William Jerdan - 1852
...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...productions. The different characters are delineated with a faith tut ness seldom surpassed, while the facts and incidents which makeup the story are telling and...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 1

William Jerdan - 1852
...Its fame is very likely to be more durable than that of the majority of works of the kind."—n,'it:' Life in London. " The interest of this tale is still...faithfulness seldom surpassed, while the facts and incidents vhich makeup the story are telling and impressive in the highest degree."— Cheltenham Journal. "This...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 1

William Jerdan - 1852
...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...tale is still kept up, and the work promises to equal •ny of the author's previous productions. The different characters are delineated with a faithfulness...
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Foreshadows: Or, Lectures on Our Lord's Miracles, as Earnests of the Age to Come

John Cumming - 1852 - 579 pages
...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...tale is still kept up, and the work promises to equal Cheltenham Journal. " This is one of the best stories of its kind we ever remember to have read. True...
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An Essay on the Causes and Remedies of Poverty

Joseph Salway Eisdell - Poor - 1852 - 190 pages
...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."— Bell's Life in London. " This is one of the best stories of its kind we ever remember to have read. True to the life, and...
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Love a reality, not romance

Hannah Ransome Geldart - 1852
...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." — Bell's Life I'M London. " The interest of this tale is still kept up, and the work promises to equal any of the...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 1

William Jerdan - Authors, English - 1852
...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." — BelVa Life in London. highe Cheltenham Journal. " This is one of the best stortes of its kind we...
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