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Letters from Malta and Sicily, addressed to a young naturalist - Page 302
by George Waring (writer for children.) - 1843
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A voyage to India; or, Three months on the ocean, by the author of 'Charlie ...

1841
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed — for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity...and words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhyme*. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery lyrists, after all."— Spectator. TRIALS OF STRENGTH,...
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Original poems, for infant minds, by several young persons [A. and J. Taylor ...

1843
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed— for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery lyrists, after all." — Spectator, NAOMI ; OR, THE LAST DAYS...
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Ruins and old trees associated with remarkable events in English history (by ...

Mary Roberts - 1843
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed— for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery lyrists, after all."— Spectator. STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS ESSENTIAL...
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Glimpses of natural history, by a lady

Glimpses - 1843 - 80 pages
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed — for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity and intelligibility of the ide s and words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery...
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Historical prints, representing some of the most memorable events in the ...

1844
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed — for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. The Miss Taylon are the best nursery lyrists, after all."— Spectator. WITH ENGRAVINGS AND WOOD-CUT...
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The child's first step to English history

Anne Rodwell - Battles - 1844 - 265 pages
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed— for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity and intelligibility of the ide s and words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. ' The Miss Taylors are the best nursery...
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Prophecy and its fulfilment; relating to the principal events in the life of ...

C P L - Bible - 1848 - 29 pages
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, scarcely equalled indeed — for the happy union of fancy and precept, the simplicity...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the rhymes. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery lyrists after all." — Spectator. THE NURSERY GUIDE ; and the...
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Sandford and Merton

Thomas Day, Sandford (fict. name.) - 1853
...little pictures. These verses for children have never been surpassed, seareely equalled indeed, for the union of fancy and precept, the simplicity and intelligibility...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the Rhymes. The Miss Taylors are the best nursery lyrists after all."—Spectator. ARTHUR HALL, VIRTUE, & Co. 25,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 105

George Walter Prothero - 1859
...children have never been surpassed — scarcely equalled indeed— for the hnppy union of fancy aii'l precept, the simplicity and intelligibility of the...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the rhymes. The Misses Taylor are tie best nursery lyrists after all.'— Spectator. NAOMI ; or, the Last Days...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 105

George Walter Prothero - 1859
...children have never been surpassed— scarcely equalled indeed—for the happy union of fancy anri precept, the simplicity and intelligibility of the...words, and the fluency and conciseness of the rhymes. The Misses Taylor are the best nursery lyrists after alt'—Spxtatar. f0r % 47 "VTAOMI; or, the Last...
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