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" Mr. Payne is entitled to the highest praise for the care bestowed on the antiquated orthography of the earlier authors, and the ability and judgment displayed in the annexed notei throughout the volume. "
Pictures from Sicily, by the author of Forty days in the desert - Page 211
by William Henry Bartlett - 1853 - 200 pages
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Alda, the British captive

Agnes Strickland - 1841
...poetry."—Walchman. " We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers."—Eclectic Review. " Mr. Payne is entitled to the highest praise...judgment displayed in the annexed notes throughout the volume."—The Student. In Preparation, by the same Author, STUDIES IN ENGLISH PROSE, Uniform with...
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The Student: a magazine of theology, literature, and science

1844
...Campbell's " Specimens," and Dr. Johnson's " Lives of the Poets," are chosen with singular felicity ; and Mr. Payne is entitled to the highest praise for the...displayed in the annexed notes throughout the volume. This work, we conceive, will he of the greatest sen-ice to those who may be desirous, at little expenso...
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How to win love; or, Rhoda's lesson, by the author of 'Michael the miner'.

Dinah Maria Craik - 1848
...taste, and to invigorate some of the best affections of the heart. * • * * We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers." — Eclectic Review, " A volume of well-selected pieces, all of which are already stamped with approbation by the popular...
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Pippie's Warning; or, Mind your temper. [With plates.]

Catherine Crowe - Conduct of life - 1848 - 182 pages
...taste, and to invigorate some of the best affections of the heart. . . . . "We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers." — Eclectic Review. ...
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Romanism in England Exposed: The Redemptorists Fathers of St. Mary's Convent ...

Charles Hastings Collette - 1851 - 262 pages
...of English poetry — and nothing exceptionable." — Tail's Magazine. *' \Ve can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers."...antiquated orthography of the earlier authors, and the ahility and judgment displayed in the annexed notes throughout the volume." — The Student. la Preparation,...
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Apocalyptic Sketches; Or, Lectures on the Book of Revelation ...

John Cumming - Bible - 1851 - 543 pages
...honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers." — Eclectic Rcvino. " Mr. Payne is entitled to the highest praise for the...displayed in the annexed notes throughout the volume." — Ttie Student. In Preparation, by the same Author, STUDIES IN ENGLISH PROSE, Uniform with the above....
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An Essay on the Causes and Remedies of Poverty

Joseph Salway Eisdell - Poor - 1852 - 190 pages
...of English poetry — and nothing exceptionable." — Tail's Magazine, " We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers."...the ability and judgment displayed in the annexed notei throughout the volume." — The Student. In Preparation, by the same Author, STUDIES IN ENGLISH...
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Love a reality, not romance

Hannah Ransome Geldart - 1852
...of English poetry — and nothing exceptionable." — Tail's Magazine. " We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers."...entitled to the highest praise for the care bestowed on th« antiquated orthography of the earlier authors, and the ability and judgment displayed in the annexed...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 1

William Jerdan - 1852
...poetry."—Watchman. " We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidenee of our readers."—Eclectic Review. " Mr. Payne is entitled to the highest praise for the care bestowed on i antiquated orthography of the earlier authors, and the ability and judgm displayed in the annexed...
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The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political ..., Volume 3

William Jerdan - 1853
...gems of English poetry— and nothing exceptionable." — Tait's Magazine. " We can honestly recommend the volume to the favour and confidence of our readers."...ability and judgment displayed in the annexed notes throughtut the volume." — The Student. In Preparation, by the same Author, STUDIES IN ENGLISH PEOSE,...
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