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Side 13 - OF ALISON'S HISTORY OF EUROPE, From the Fall of Napoleon to the Accession of Louis Napoleon.
Side 211 - Thy streams unfailing in the summer's drought: Unmatch'd thy guardian oaks ; thy valleys float With golden waves ; and on thy mountains flocks Bleat numberless ; while roving round their sides, Bellow the blackening herds in lusty droves.
Side 7 - PAUL. Analysis and Critical Interpretation of the Hebrew Text of the Book of Genesis. Preceded by a Hebrew Grammar, and Dissertations on the Genuineness of the Pentateuch, and on the Structure of the Hebrew Language.
Side 11 - PEOPLE'S EDITION, 31s. 6d. Life of John Duke of Marlborough. With some Account of his Contemporaries, and of the War of the Succession.
Side 6 - Life of Andrew Melville. Containing Illustrations of the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Scotland in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Crown 8vo, 6s.
Side 5 - Illustrated with Portraits of Animals painted from the life ; and with 557 Engravings on Wood, representing the principal Field Operations, Implements, and Animals treated of in the Work. A New and Revised Edition, the third, in great part Rewritten. 2 vols. large 8vo, £-2, IDS. The Book of Farm-Buildings ; their Arrangement and Construction. By HENRY STEPHENS, FRSE, Author of 'The Book of the Farm ;
Side 398 - Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers" — a volume of verse which shows that Scotland has yet a poet. Full of the true fire, it now stirs and swells like a trumpet-note — now sinks in cadences sad and wild as the wail of a Highland dirge.— Quarterly Review.
Side 398 - Humour of a kind most rare at all times, and especially in the present day. runs through every page, and passages of true poetry and delicious versification prevent the continual play of sarcasm from becoming tedious."— Literary Gasette.
Side 7 - The best book I have ever met with." — Professor Johnston. " We have thoroughly examined these volumes ; but to give a full notice of their varied and valuabla contents would occupy a larger space than we can conveniently devote to their discussion ; we therefore, in general terms, commend them to the careful study of every young man who wishes to become a good practical farmer."— Times.