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A Glossary of Provincial Words Used in Teesdale in the County of Durham - Page 7
by Frederick Dinsdale - 1849 - 151 pages
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Shakesperiana: A Catalogue of the Early Editions of Shakespeare's Plays, and ...

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1841 - 46 pages
...«t pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and it seems as if, in unison with t]te woodcuts, which so cleverly explain its points and...custom, which produced the most important effect upon tl*e minds and habits of mankind."—Literary Gazette. u Mr. Lower's work is both curious and instructive,...
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A Memoir of the Life, Writings, and Mechanical Inventions of Edmund Cartwright

Mary Strickland, Jane Margaret Strickland - Inventions - 1843 - 372 pages
...sasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and it seems us if, in unison with the foucuts, which so cleverly explain its points and adorn its various topics, the whole Ąpn were intended for a relaxation from study, ratlier than an ample exposition of an ^ordinary and...
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Numismatic Illustrations of the Narrative Portions of the New Testament

John Yonge Akerman - Bible - 1846 - 62 pages
...entertainment. The text is BO pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and it seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...Lower's work is both curious and instructive, while the meaner of its treatment is so inviting and popular, that the subject to which it refers, which many...
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A Guide to the Anglo-Saxon Tongue: A Grammar After Erasmus Rask ; Extracts ...

Edward Johnston Vernon - English language - 1846 - 196 pages
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value; and It seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...minds and habits of mankind." — Literary Gazette. 143 ENGLISH SURNAMES. A Series of Essays on Family Nomenclature, Historical, .Etymological, and Humorous...
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A critical dissertation on professor Willis's 'Architectural history of ...

Charles Sandys - 1846 - 62 pages
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and it seems as- if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...minds and habits of mankind." — Literary Gazette. ENGLISH SURNAMES. A series of Essays on Family Nomenclature, Historical, Etymological, and Humourous...
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Specimens of Cornish Provincial Dialect

William Sandys - Cornwall (England : County) - 1846 - 108 pages
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and It seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...minds and habits of mankind."— Literary Gazette. English Surnames. A Series of Essays on Family Nomenclature, Historical, Etymological, and Humorous;...
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The Druidical Temples of the County of Wilts,

Edward Duke - Druid temples - 1846 - 203 pages
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value; and it seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...most important effect upon the minds and habits of mankind."—Literary Gazette. 143 ENGLISH SURNAMES. A Series of Essays on Family Nomenclature, Historical,...
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A Guide to the Anglo-Saxon Tongue

Edward Johnston Vernon - English language - 1846 - 196 pages
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value; and it seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...most important effect upon the minds and habits of mankind."—Literary Gazette. 143 ENGLISH SURNAMES. A Series of Essays on Family Nomenclature, Historical,...
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from the ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value; and it seems as if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...custom, which produced the most important effect upon tho minds and habits of mankind."—Literary Gazette. " Mr. Lower's work is both curiuus and instructive,...
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from Royal ..., Volume 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...entertainment. The text is so pleasing that we scarcely dream of its sterling value ; and it seems at if, in unison with the woodcuts, which so cleverly explain...universal custom, which produced the most Important effect npon tlio minds and habits of mankind.'* — Literary Gazette. " Mr. Lower's work is both curious and...
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