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Pictures from Sicily, by the author of Forty days in the desert - Page 213
by William Henry Bartlett - 1853 - 200 pages
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Foreshadows: Or, Lectures on Our Lord's Miracles, as Earnests of the Age to Come

John Cumming - 1852 - 579 pages
...of Sympathy. The unexpected Obstacle. The Return— The Wedding. Alice a Wife. Kate's better Days. " Few writers are more indefatigable in their offices...to be known to write usefully, and to the best of pur|K>ses ; and this Mrs. Geldart has never more effectually done than in 'Love: 4 Reality, not Romance.'...
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The Hammersmith Protestant Discussion: Being an Authenticated Report of the ...

John Cumming, Daniel French - 1852 - 684 pages
...offices of benevolence than the authoress of this elegant little volume, who has once more done herseif infinite credit by a transcript of the realities of...to be known to write usefully, and to the best of pur|x>sc& ; and this Mrs. Geldart has never more effectually done than in ' Love : a Reality, not Romance.'...
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An Essay on the Causes and Remedies of Poverty

Joseph Salway Eisdell - Poor - 1852 - 190 pages
...The unexpected Obstacle. XIII. The Return— The Wedding. XIV. Alice a Wife. XV. Kate's better Days. "Few writers are more indefatigable in their offices...truly made, as to go home to the heart of every one, v. ho follows the tale to the conclusion. It is a high gift to be able to write well ; but it is a...
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The old forest ranger; or, Wild sports of India on the Neilgherry hills, in ...

Walter Campbell (writer on India.) - 1853
...gilt edges, LOVE: A REALITY, NOT ROMANCE. BY MRS. THOMAS GELDART, AUTHOR, OF " TRUTH IN EVERYTHING," ETC. "Few writers are more indefatigable in their...to be known to write usefully, and to the best of pur poses; and this Mrs. Geldart has never more effectually done than in ' Love : a Reality, not Romance.'"...
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Ballads for the Times: American Lyrics ; Geraldine ; A Modern Pyramid ...

Martin Farquhar Tupper - 1853 - 477 pages
...Alice's Visit of Sympathy. XIII. The Return—The Wedding. XIV. Alice a Wife. XV. Kate's better Days. "Few writers are more indefatigable in their offices...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...
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The Old Forest Ranger: Or, Wild Sports of India on the Neilgherry Hills, in ...

Walter Campbell - Hunting - 1853 - 359 pages
...gilt edges, LOVE: A REALITY, NOT ROMANCE. BY MRS. THOMAS GELBART, AUTHOR OF "TRUTII IN EVERYTHING," ETC. " Few writers are more indefatigable in their...fairly and truly made, as to go home to the heart of everv OIK.-, who follows the tale to the conclusion. It is a high gift to be able to write well ; but...
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The Pilgrim Fathers: Or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James ...

William Henry Bartlett - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1853 - 240 pages
...Imlc volume, who has one» more done hrrsrlf innnite credit by a transcrtpt of the realities of ltfe, so fairly and truly made, as to go home to the heart of every one who follow,« the tale to the conclutlon. It ie a high gift to be. able to write well ; but tt is a far...
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Naomi: or, The last days of Jerusalem

Annie Webb - 1854
...ROMANCE. In fcap. Price 3*. 6d. handsomely bound, with gilt edges. Cuts by GILBERT. " Few writers are moie indefatigable in their offices of benevolence than...one who follows the tale to the conclusion. It is a hisih gift to be able to write well ; but it is a far higher and nobler privilege to be known to write...
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Original Poems for Infant Minds, Volume 2

Ann Taylor, Jane Taylor - Children's poetry - 1854
...this elegant little volume, who has once more done herself infinite credit hy a transcript of efte realities of life, so fairly and truly made, as to...one who follows the tale to the conclusion. It is a tmh gift to he ahle to write well ; hut it is a far higher and nohler privilege to he known to write...
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Original poems for infant minds, by several young persons [A. and J. Taylor ...

Ann Taylor - 1854
...authoress of this elegant little volume, who has onee more done herself infinite eredit by a transeript of the realities of life, so fairly and truly made,...the heart of every one who follows the tale to the eonelusion. It is a hixh gift to be able to write well ; but it is a far higher and nobler privilege...
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