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Side 300 - its reverent spirit."—Quarterly Review. VOL. IV.—NATHALIE. BY JULIA KAVANAGH. " ' Nathalie' is Miss Kavanagh's best imaginative effort. Its manner is gracious and attractive. Its matter is good."—Athenaeum. VOL. V.—A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN. BY THE AUTHOR OP " JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN." "A book of sound counsel. It is one of the
Side 300 - MAKGARET MAITLAND." " ' Adam Graeme' is a story awakening genuine emotions of interest and delight by its admirable pictures of Scottish life and scenery."—Post. VOL. VH.—SAM SLICK'S WISE SAWS AND MODERN INSTANCES. "The best of all Judge Haliburton's admirable works. It is one of the pleasantest books we ever read, and we earnestly recommend it"—Standard. VOL VIII.—CARDINAL WISEMAN'S POPES.
Side 295 - A truly interesting and most affecting memoir. Irving's life ought to have a niche In every gallery of religious biography. There are few lives that will be fuller of instruction, interest, and consolation."—Saturday Review. THE LAST DECADE OF A GLORIOUS REIGN; completing "THE HISTORY OF HENRY IV., King of France and Navarre," from Original and Authentic Sources. By MW
Side 299 - it is on a better plan ; and secondly, it is better executed. We can safely pronounce it to be the readiest, the most useful, and exactest of modern works on the subject"—Spectator. " A work which corrects all errors of former works. It is a most usful publication
Side 300 - in many households."—Examiner. VOL. in.—THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS. BY ELIOT WARBURTON. "Independent of its value as an original narrative, and its useful and interesting information, this work is remarkable for its reverent
Side 300 - VOL. XL—MARGARET AND HER BRIDESMAIDS. "We recommend all who are in search of a fascinating story to read this work for themselves. They will find it well worth their
Side 300 - VOL. VH.—SAM SLICK'S WISE SAWS AND MODERN INSTANCES. "The best of all Judge Haliburton's admirable works. It is one of the pleasantest books we ever read, and we earnestly recommend it"—Standard. VOL VIII.—CARDINAL WISEMAN'S POPES.