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301. oldal - Walker's Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names.
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300. oldal - Sometimes the scene and the very title of some renowned structure, a palace, a prison, or a fortress. It is thus with the ' Tower of London,' ' Windsor Castle,
303. oldal - Old St. Paul's,' &c. But the readers of Mr. Ainsworth — who number thousands upon thousands — need hardly be informed of this ; and now that a uniform edition of his works is published, we do not doubt but that this large number of readers even will be considerably increased.
301. oldal - We can have no hesitation in giving it as our opinion, that this is the most elaborate and successful undertaking of the kind which has ever appeared.
303. oldal - I being Sketches from Life. - ' Who is unfamiliar with those brilliant sketches of naval, particularly the pictures of Turkish life and manners, from the pen of the 'Roving Englishman,' and who does not hail their collection into a companionable-sized volume with delight?