Catalogue of the Public Library of Indianapolis: 1873

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Press of printing and publishing house, 1873 - 365 pages
 

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Page ii - These are the masters who instruct us without rods and ferules, without hard words and anger, without clothes or money. If you approach them, they are not asleep ; if investigating you interrogate them, they conceal nothing ; if you mistake them, they never grumble ; if you are ignorant, they cannot laugh at you.
Page ii - Lastly, let us consider how great a commodity of doctrine exists in books, how easily, how secretly, how safely they expose the nakedness of human ignorance without putting it to shame. These are the masters who instruct us without rods and ferules, without hard words and anger, without clothes or money.
Page 304 - Lea, I., and others, Check lists of the shells of North America, prepared for the Smithsonian institution ; Directions for collecting, preserving, and transporting specimens of natural history...
Page 48 - Bremer, F. A diary; The H — family; Axel and Anna, and other tales. tr. by M. Howitt.
Page 184 - The Idler." — Rasselas, a tale. — Tales of the imagination. — Letters from collection of Mrs. Piozzi and others. — Irene, a tragedy. — Miscellaneous poems. 2. Lives of the poets. — Lives of eminent persons. — Political tracts. — Philological tracts. — Miscellaneous tracts. — Dedications. — Opinions on questions of law. — Reviews and criticisms. — Journey to the western islands of Scotland. — Prayers and meditations.
Page 89 - Duncan Campbell ; New voyage round the world ; Political tracts relating to the Hanoverian succession. — Journal of the plague year, 1665.
Page 55 - ... I. A vindication of natural society ; The sublime and beautiful; Short account of a late short administration ; Observations on a late publication, " The present state of the nation;" Thoughts on the cause of the present discontents ; Speech on American taxation; Speeches Burke, E. — continued. at Bristol ; Speech on conciliation with America. II. Letter to the sheriffs of Bristol on the affairs of America ; Two letters to gentlemen of Bristol on the trade of Ireland ; Speech on the economical...
Page 228 - The tenure of kings and magistrates ; Areopagitica ; Tracts on the commonwealth; Observations on Ormond's peace; Letters of state ; Brief notes on Dr. Griffith's...
Page 296 - The First Part of the Contention of the Two Famous Houses of York and Lancaster, and The true Tragedy of Richard Duke of York.
Page 324 - Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Functions of Digestion considered with reference to Natural Theology, by 'William Prout, MD, FRS, &c., p.

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