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Page 627 - GUIDE TO THE ANGLO-SAXON TONGUE : on the Basis of Professor Rask's Grammar ; to which are added, Reading Lessons, in Verse and Prose, with Notes, for the use of Learners. By EJ Vernon, BA, Oxon. 12mo, cloth, 5s.
Page 632 - LECTURES ON THE COINAGE OF THE GREEKS AND ROMANS, Delivered in the University of Oxford. By Edward Cardwell, DD, Principal of St. Alban's Hall, and Professor of Ancient History. 8vo, cloth, 4s. (original price bs. 6d.) A very interesting historical volume, and written in a pleasing and popular manner.
Page 635 - Writ of Summons, and not from any Specific Limited Creation, showing the Descent and Line of Heirship, as well...
Page 627 - Edition published separately. ANGLO-SAXON DELECTUS; serving as a first Class-Book to the Language. By the Rev. W. Barnes, BD, of St. John's College, Cambridge. 12mo, cloth, 2s.
Page 628 - ANGLO-SAXON VERSION OF THE LIFE OF ST. GUTHLAC, Hermit of Croyland. Printed, for the first time, from a MS. in the Cottonian Library, with a Translation and Notes. By Charles Wycliffe Goodwin, MA, Fellow of Catherine Hall, Cambridge.
Page 629 - The Harrowing of Hell, a Miracle Play, written in the Reign of Edward II., now first published from the Original in the British Museum, with a Modern Reading, Introduction, and Notes, by JAMES ORCHARD HALLIWELL, Esq.
Page 543 - No nail to fix, no bodkin to insert, No glue to join; his little beak was all: And yet how neatly finished 1 What nice hand, With every implement and means of art, And twenty years' apprenticeship to boot, Could make me such another?
Page 627 - JW and his housekeeper ; It gives a curious insight into the early economy of the Methodists. It is entirely unknown to all Wesley's biographers. WILLIAMS...
Page 629 - Metropolitan GLOSSARY OF PROVINCIAL AND LOCAL WORDS USED IN ENGLAND; by F. Grose, FSA: with which is now incorporated the Supplement, by Samuel Pegge, FSA Post 8vo, cloth, 4s. 6d.