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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 291 - SCOTT.— THE POETICAL WORKS Of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Containing Lay of the Last Minstrel, Marmion, Lady of the Lake, Don Roderick, Rokeby, Ballads, Lyrics, and Songs, with a' Life of the Author. Illustrated with six steel Engravings.
Page 89 - Plague of London, 1665 ; The Storm (1703) ; and the True-born Englishman. VI. — Duncan Campbell, New Voyage round the World, and Political Tracts.
Page 3 - Appendix. IV. Novanglus; or, a history of the dispute with America from 1754 ; Thoughts on government ; Report of a constitution for Massachusetts ; Defence of the constitution of the United States, vol. i. V. Defence of the constitution of the United States, vols. 2 and 3. VI. Discourses on Davila ; Four letters on government; Three letters on the constitution ; Letters in reply to strictures on defense of the constitution ; Review of the proposition for amending the constitution.
Page 255 - Pioneers of France in the New World. 2. The Jesuits in North America. 3. The Discovery of the Great West.
Page 48 - Bremer, F. A diary; The H — family; Axel and Anna, and other tales. tr. by M. Howitt.
Page 89 - Duncan Campbell ; New voyage round the world; Political tracts relating to the Hanoverian succession. — Journal of the plague year, 1605.
Page 315 - Ten Times One. 12 Bost 1 50 •Ingham Papers. 12 Bost. 1 50 Tips and Downs. An Everyday Novel. 12 Bost. ea. 1 50 Hale, EE, Mrs. Stowe, and others. Six of One by Half a Dozen of the Other.
Page 55 - 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 reform ; Speech at Bristol previous to the election ; Speech on Mr. Fox's East India bill ; Motion relative to the speech from the throne ; Reflections on the revolution in France ; Letter...
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.

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