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" We may here say that Mr. Molesworth has performed his task admirably. He has constructed his narrative with great judgment, and with a clear appreciation of what was necessary to record, and what might safely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous,... "
Hunting Sketches - 2. oldal
szerző: Anthony Trollope - 1866 - 115 oldal
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A prodigy, by the author of 'Modern German music'.

Henry Fothergill Chorley - 1866
...was necessary to record, and what might safely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous, and his style is both easy and forcible. Reformers will find...without exasperation, and, possibly, with profit." — Pall Mall Gazette. 12 * CHAPMAN AND HALL'S GEORGE LILLIE CRAIK. The English of Shakspere ; Illustrated...

Griffith Gaunt: Or, Jealousy, 3. kötet

Charles Reade - 1866
...was necessnry to record, and what might safely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous, and his style is both easy and forcible. Reformers will find...a victory, but a conquest; while Conservatives may rcaJ it without exasperation, and, possibly, with profit."— Pall Mall Ga-.ctte. i2 CHAPMAN AND HALL'S...

Cerise: A Tale of the Last Century, 3. kötet

George John Whyte- Melville - 1866
...was necessary to record, and what might safely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous, and his style is both easy and forcible. Reformers will find...tremendous triumph, which, like the Bill, was not a victory bat a conquest ; while Conservatives may read it without exasperation, and, possibly, witl1 profit"—...

At the bar, 2. kötet

Charles Allston Collins - 1866
...was necessary to record, and what might safely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous, and his style is both easy and forcible. Reformers will find...it a faithful account of their tremendous triumph, whfcb, like the Bill, was not a victory but a conquest ; while Conservatives may read it without exasperation,...

The History of England from the Year 1830, 1. kötet

William Nassau Molesworth - 1871
...was necessary to record, and what might wlfely be omitted. His arrangement is perspicuous, and his style is both easy and forcible. Reformers will find in it a faithful aeeount of their tremendous triumph, which, like the bill, was not a victory but a conquest; while...




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