British Books in Print, Volum 5

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Whitaker, 1920
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Side 63 - Reports of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the.
Side 88 - RECUEIL DES CRONIQUES ET ANCHIENNES ISTORIES DE LA GRANT BRETAIGNE A PRESENT NOMME ENGLETERRE, par JEHAN DE WAURIN.
Side 26 - Rev. GW Butterworth. DAPHNIS AND CHLOE. Thornley's translation revised by JM Edmonds: AND PARTHENIUS. Trans, by S. Gaselee.
Side 72 - JOHN THORPE, Esq., of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. 1858. Vol. I., the Scottish Series, of the Reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth, 1509-1589.
Side 16 - The compiler of this little book has had in view to teach the young beginner as many French words as possible in the least tedious manner. He has found by experience that what children dislike most to learn are lists of words, however useful and well chosen, and that they very soon get weary of disconnected sentences, but commit to memory most readily a short nursery rhyme, anecdote, or fable. Hence the selection he baa made. THE FIRST FRENCH BOOK. By HENKI BUÉ, B.-es-L., French Master at Merchant...
Side 17 - ALCUIN, and the Rise of the Christian Schools. By Professor ANDREW F. WEST, Ph.D.
Side 12 - WAR, 1870-71. FIRST PART :— HISTORY OF THE WAR TO THE DOWNFALL OF THE EMPIRE. FIRST SECTION :— THE EVENTS IN JULY.
Side 85 - ECLOGIUM (HiSTORiARUM siVE TEMPORis) : Chronicon ab Orbe condito usque ad Annum Domini 1366 ; a Monacho quodam Malmesbiriensi exaratum. Vols. I., II., and III. Edited by FS HAYDON, Esq., BA 1858-1863.
Side 3 - A work which has been called for so frequently by the public as this, and within so short a time since its original publication, must be possessed of more than ordinary merit. . . . We shall only add that we know of no volume on the subject better calculated to suit the requirements alike of the popular investigator and the professional student than that of Dr. Ruddock.
Side 78 - Organon and the Principia, with Justinian's Code, with the Parthenon and St. Peter's. It is the first Christian poem ; and it opens European literature, as the Iliad did that of Greece and Rome.

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