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Page iv - THE CELT, THE ROMAN, AND THE SAXON; a History of the Early Inhabitants of Britain down to the Conversion of the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity. Illustrated by the Ancient Remains brought to light by Recent Research.
Page 19 - MANUAL OF HERALDRY, being a concise Description of the several Terms used, and containing a Dictionary of every Designation in the Science. Illustrated by 400 Engravings on Wood. New Edition, fcap. cloth, 3s.
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Page 14 - We have rarely had occasion to speak more highly of any work than of this. The purpose of the writer is admirable, the manner of his working out the story is natural and truthful, and the sentiments conveyed are all that can be desired.
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Page 21 - THREE YEARS IN THE HOLY CITY. Edited by the Rev. Professor JH INGRAHAM, Rector of St. John's Church, Mobile. Illustrated with Engravings. " Our perusal of it has been only to impress us with the ability of the author in the use of the materials, and in the structure of a pleasing and most affecting tale.
Page 20 - RIPPON'S (DR.) SELECTION OF HYMNS FROM THE BEST AUTHORS, including a great number of Originals, intended as an Appendix to Dr. Watts
Page 24 - We have traced the bountiful river from the bubbling well out of which it issues, in the meadow by Trewsbury Mead — its lonely birthplace — through its whole course, gathering tributaries, and passing with them through tranquil villages, populous towns, and crowded cities ; ever fertilizing, ever beautifying, ever enriching, until it reaches the most populous city of the modern or the ancient...