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Side 263 - Folk-Lore of the United Kingdom: namely, Popular Notions and Observances connected with Times and Seasons. IV. — Notable Events, Biographies and Anecdotes connected with the Days of the Year. V.— Articles of Popular Archaeology, of an entertaining character tending to illustrate the progress of Civilization, Manners, Literature and Ideas in those kingdoms.
Side 245 - To the youthful, 'Our Own Birds' is likely to prove a bountiful source of pleasure, and cannot fail to make them thoroughly acquainted with the birds of the United States. As a science there is none more agreeable to study than ornithology. We therefore feel no hesitation^ in commending this book to the public. It is neatly printed and bound, and is profusely illustrated."— New York Herald.
Side 245 - This convenient little encyclopaedia strikes the proper moment most fitly. The evenings have lengthened, and until they again become short parties will be gathered everywhere and social intercourse will be general. But though it is comparatively easy to assemble those who would be amused, the amusement is sometimes replaced by its opposite, and more resembles a religious meeting than the juicy entertainment intended. The
Side 263 - The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in connection with the Calendar, including Anecdote, Biography and History, Curiosities of Literature, and Oddities of Human Life and Character.
Side 247 - We would earnestly advise all interested in any way in the vocal organs to read and thoroughly digest this remarkable work." — Boston Musical Times. ** It is meeting with the favor of all our authorities, and is a very valuable work. To any one engaged in teaching cultivation...
Side 251 - Illustrated Horse Doctor. Being an Accurate and Detailed Account, accompanied by more than 400 Pictorial Representations, characteristic of the various Diseases to which the Equine Race are subjected ; together with the latest Mode of Treatment, and all the requisite Prescriptions written in Plain English By EDWARD MAYHEW, MRCVS 8vo.
Side 251 - Illustrated Horse Management. Containing descriptive remarks upon Anatomy, Medicine, Shoeing, Teeth, Food, Vices, Stables ; likewise a plain account of the situation, nature, and value of the various points ; together with comments on grooms, dealers, breeders, breakers, and trainers ; Embellished with more than 400 engravings from original designs made expressly for this work. By E.
Side 250 - Man Upon the Sea; or, A History of Maritime Adventure, Exploration and Discovery from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time. With numerous Engravings. By FRANK B. GOODRICH, author of " The Court of Napoleon,
Side 67 - ... the mill and under the red shadow of the sails, watching the swallows flutter to and fro in the sunset, and hearing the droll frogs croak in the rushes, while the old people told her tales of the time when in their babyhood they had run out, fearful yet fascinated, to see the beautiful Scots Greys flash by in the murky night, and the endless line of guns and caissons crawl black as a snake through the summer dust, and the trampled corn, going out past the woods to Waterloo. But to-night she had...