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Page 258 - Word from the Greek, Latin, Saxon, German, Teutonic, Dutch, French, Spanish, and other Languages ; with their present Acceptation and Pronunciation.
Page 257 - Is. 6d. GUIDE TO THE FRENCH LANGUAGE AND CONVERSATION; consisting of Modern French Dialogues, with the Pronunciation of the most difficult Words ; for the use of Schools, Travellers, and Private Students. A New Edition, by DE LA VOYE.
Page 252 - A delightful book for children. The birds tell of their habits to a little inquiring boy, who goes peeping into their nests and watching their doings : and a very pleasant way they have of talking, sure to engage the young reader's attention. The designs are pretty, and nicely cut on wood.
Page 128 - I served my king, he would not have forsaken me in my old age.
Page 236 - Few writers are more indefatigable in their offices of benevolence than the authoress of this elegant little volume, who has once more done herself infinite credit by a transcript of the realities of life, so fairly and truly made, as to go home to the heart of every one who follows the tale to the conclusion. It is a high gift to be able to write well; but it is a far higher and nobler privilege to be known to write usefully, and to the best of purposes ; and this Mrs. Geldart has never more effectually...
Page 258 - ACKWORTH VOCABULARY, or English Spelling Book; with the Meaning attached to each Word. Compiled for the use of Ackworth School. New Edition.
Page 239 - This is a very delightful book, especially calculated for the amusement and instruction of our young friends ; and is evidently the production of a right-thinking and accomplished mind."— C/iurcA of England Review. " An elegant, interesting, and unobjectionable present for young ladies. The moral of the book turns on benevolence."— Christian Times.
Page 244 - COLA MONTI ; or, the Story of a Genius. A Tale for Boys. By the Author of
Page 245 - book for girls,' the volume is so interesting in itself as to be calculated to give amusement to those who have attained a riper age ; and, although there is nothing attempted beyond amusement, yet a high moral is conveyed in its pages. One word as to the 'getting up.