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Page 16 - FORESHADOWS ; or, LECTURES on our LORD'S MIRACLES and PARABLES, as Earnests of the Age to come. By Rev. JOHN GUMMING, DD Fifth Thousand. With Designs by FRANKLIN. Two Vols. Fcap. cloth, full gilt, 9*.
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Page 26 - MERCHANT'S WIDOW and her YOUNG FAMILY. 12. RICH BOYS AND POOR BOYS, and other Tales. 13. THE SISTERS; a Domestic Tale. 14. STOLEN BOY; an Indian Tale. 15. WILLIAM AND HIS UNCLE BEN. 16. YOUNG NORTHERN TRAVELLER. 17. YOUNG CRUSOE; or, Shipwrecked Boy.
Page 3 - The volume is well got up in point of embellishments, and contains much valuable matter, with illustrations beautifully executed."— Church of England Magazine. " Travellers should be told that it is not size which constitutes the value of illustrations, but accuracy. This little work, only in octavo, throws far more light upon the history and topography of Jerusalem than all the preceding folios and quartos. The book is most beautifully got up in printing and embellishments."— Church of England...
Page 29 - This Story of a Child's Life is so full of beauty and meekness, that we can hardly express our sense of its worth in the words of common praise.
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Page 32 - ... the Residence of Hannah More ; the Tomb of Sir Thomas Gresham ; the Tomb of Thomas Gray ; the Birth-place of Thomas Chatterton ; the Birth-place of Richard Wilson ; the House of Andrew Marvel; the Tomb of John Stow; the Heart of Sir Nicholas Crispe ; the Printing Office of William Caxton ; Shaftesbury House; the Dwelling of James Barry; the Residence of Dr.
Page 12 - It is the fervour of style, the freshness of illustration, the depth of true feeling present in every page, that gives these tales a charm peculiar to themselves."— New York Evening Post, Edited by WC Bryant.