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Seite 259 - Mr Davies, in the most plain, simple, matter-of-fact way, tells us exactly what he saw on each occasion. The result is a most interesting volume. We have left many of Mr Davies's fifty-nine chapters unnoticed, but all of them will repay perusal.
Seite 261 - Profusely illustrated and handsomely bound. Also, uniform with the above, by the same Author, The Enchanted Toasting-fork : a Fairy Tale. Profusely illustrated and handsomely bound. 5s. " Relates the amazing confusion that befell the court and household of the King of the Golden Strand when his little daughter — her age is six years — was intrusted by a fairy with a seeming kitchen toasting-fork which was really a magic wand. The narrative is brief and pointed, in very irregular rhymes. . . ....
Seite 260 - A preacher of the brotherhood of rich and poor, more powerful, graphic, and tender than any since Dickens.
Seite 211 - Little Bo-peep has lost her sheep, And can't tell where to find them, Leave them alone, and they'll come home, And bring their tails behind them.
Seite 264 - Without any visible trace of compilation, the work gives evidence of a great variety of reading ; it abounds in suggestive and characteristic anecdotes, and almost every chapter in it might be made the subject of a separate review."—Pall Mall Gazette.
Seite 259 - UNORTHODOX LONDON ; or, Phases of Religious Life in the Metropolis. By the Rev. C. MAURICE DAvIES, DD 1 vol.
Seite 262 - Levant," &c. 2 vols. 8vo, 28s. " Mr. Arthur Arnold's pleasant volumes will enlighten the reader. They abound with sound, if sad information. It would be impossible by any number of extracts to give a just view of the multiplicity of subjects touched upon in his lucid pages, we will therefore merely content ourselves with saying, in no modern work can a more excellent account of Persia be found."— JEcio.
Seite 125 - Between him and her, there was neither tie nor confidence; and ' confidence,' says Florence Marryat, ' is the very soul of love, without which it has but a temporary existence. True deep-rooted love is not a plant of such delicate growth that it can be torn up and cast out to wither in a day.' Gertrude thought of this, and also that, if he actually loved this seductive West Indian girl — for that she must be seductive, jealousy left her not a doubt — then in that case his passion for herself...