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200. oldal - This Edition is printed on a finer paper and in a larger type than has been employed in any previous edition. The type has been cast especially for it, and the page is of a size to admit of the introduction of all the original illustrations. No such attractive issue has been made of the writings of Mr. Dickens, which, various as have been the forms of publication adapted to the demands of an ever widely-increasing popularity, have never yet been worthily presented in a really handsome library form....
200. oldal - Messrs. CHAPMAN & HALL trust that by this Edition they will be enabled to place the works of the most popular British Author of the present day in the hands of all English readers.
203. oldal - OCEAN. The Ocean, Atmosphere, and Life. Being the Second Series of a Descriptive History of the Life of the Globe.
202. oldal - It is a great misfortune that the history of our country that is nearest our own times young men are least acquainted with. It is not written in histories that were read at school, and they are not old enough, as I am old enough, to remember almost every political fact since the great Reform Bill of 1832. I wish young men would read some history of this period. A neighbour and a friend of mine, a most intelligent and accomplished clergyman — Mr.
203. oldal - THE EARTH. The Earth : A Descriptive History of the Phenomena and Life of the Globe. By fii.isitE RECLUS.
202. oldal - Bill of 1832. I wish young men would read some history of this period. A neighbour and a friend of mine, a most intelligent and accomplished clergyman— Mr. Molesworth — has published a work, being a political history of England from the year 1830— that is, from the first Reform Bill- until within the last two or three years; a book honestly written, in which facts are plainly — and I believe truly — stated, and a work which would give great information to all the young men of the country,...
200. oldal - Dickens, which, various as have been the forms of publication adapted to the demands of an ever-widcly increasing popularity, have never yet been worthily presented in a really handsome library form. The want has been extensively felt, and is so often brought under the notice of Messrs. Chapman and Hall that the present enterprise is undertaken to satisfy it. The collection will comprise all the minor writings it was Mr. Dickens's wish to preserve, and the series of talcs will be issued in the order...

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