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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, NOVEMBER 19. I'RE Allied Despots are laying their precious heads lo- "rlier at Troppan for the benefit of " social order."' We mny almost ventlre to prophecy, t'nat this w;2ll be the last er.ess of this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TWritiuqs, raid Iis Philosophy. By George L. Craik, M A. In three Vols. (Vols. I and IL) Charles Knight and Co. Bacon belongs to the class of great men whose greatness most readers are satisfied to believe upon the authority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOT ABILIA. SIR E. BoLVwrn LYTTON'S AVoWvAL OF THE AuTHioRsHrIt on TriE NEw TutoNo-The motives that induced me to publish anoinymously the first portion of ' Arthur,' as well as the ' New Timnlon,' are simple enough to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANNUAL ADDRESS. Tian ProDLc, by this time, must be aware of the fact that BE. I1oses & Son, at the conclusion of each year, matte a, practice of reviewinzgthe progress which they may have made, and of acknowledging the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. 1itrOdUctory E ssay on the Life and Wf'ritings of Bacon. By Joseph Devey, M.A. Prefixed to Mr Boha's Edition. Bohn. The biographical portion of Mr Devey's introduction may be regarded as an abridgment of Lcrcl Campbell's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY, THE SERVIAN 1qATIONALITIE--3. Vie EPn cipation and naity ofj the Se? ian ANatio, or fie Begeneration of Estern JEnrope by the lReconastitution of the N~ationalities. By Vladimir YovaioviLch. Genera * IL Geeg.. London: Trubner. This deeply interesting and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christianity. Two Lectures delivered in St Paul's Cathedral at the Tuesday Evening Services. (Crown 8vo, pp. vii, 65, Is.) Macmillan. Craik, Georgiana M.-Without Kitl or Kin. In Three Volumnes. (Crolvu 8Yo, pp. 316, 305, 257, 31s. 6d.) Sampson Low and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christianity, 157 Country Stories, Old and New., 5S1 Cracow and the Carpathians, Try, 674 Craig-Knox, Mrs, History of Engeland, 486 Craik, G. AT., WVithout Kith or Krin, 368 Craik's. Mrs, Adventures of a Brownie, .557 Cranstoun's J., Elegies of Albius Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Philo- sopher and the Hope of the Christian. New Edition. (Small crown evo, pp. 294, 4s. 6d.) Chatto and Windus. Craik, Georgiana M.- Sylvia's Choice. In Two Volumes. (Crown Svo, 21s.) . Hurst and Blackett. Denton, Rev. W.-Serbian Folk-Lore. Popular Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pp. 354. 7s. 6d.) Low and Co. Cordery and Phillpotts. King and Commonwealth. (Crown so, pp. 399.) Seeley and Co. Craik, Georgiana M.-Theresa. (9q.) Daldy, Isbister, and Co. Cabinet of Gems. Illustrated. (Svo, pp. 160, 6s.) W. R. Nimmo. D'Arneth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    la litterature la plus rdvolutionnaire du monde entier! CHILDREN'S BOOKS. The Little Lame Prince and his Travelling Cloak. By Mrs. Craik. In One Volume. Daldy, Isbister, and Co. ThePrincess of Silverland, and other Tales. By Elsie Strivelyne. In One Volume. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conway, M: D., Sacred Anthology 63 Cooper, Elizabeth, Life of Stratford, 796 Cosmic Philosophy, Outlines of, 1327 Country Architecture, 1135 Craik, Georgiana M., Sylvia's Choice, 685 Mrs., The Little Lame Prince and the Travelling Cloak, 1333 Crake, A.' D., Hiistory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -..-~ADDRESSES. B rc1uSTru'S PIANos. EC11SnhIN'S PL.XYOS,4 For twesiy-eiyt years tl~at I Lain unw used your Planes they C. lr~h tit1415baa-dtaiusltheutmot dgreeof ert teonin 4 the art of irltruelmin making?- -UBLNTEIAN qno~ e}branch of p~ianoforte nansof sure,-VO.N IULOW. C );UCII?TELN'SS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the gross receipts, i which now amount to £31,100., show an increase of £2,400. c The failure of Messrs, Jordan, Craik, and Company, of Port Elizabeth, mentioned yesterday, is attributedto delays and loss on the export of wool to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I'OR SALE-SHOES, BUSINWESS PREMISES, &0. FOB DisposaL. the B sieas and ViltureS Of An Undertaker, in One tof the best parta of the town; have been doing a firat-rate bnsl- ness. Death of principal the cause of 1evig.-Apply, 34, Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. IFlrom our Ciav Correcpontensf. ] Lo)NDON, Tuesday Evening. The Discount market wes very quiet, but rates were firmly maintained, at 1i to 2 per cent, for three months bills, and 3~ to 1 per cent. for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; that i-e picked up all the odd words and phrases lid could, and imitated other authors. The late Nrs. Craik really sums up what most writers who are worth listening to have to say. "I believe composition is a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attendant risks or advtntages, thin is psseld by many so-ealed business men. The boak is founded upon essays by Mims. Craik, the 1 authot of " John Halifax," one of the best-infrimed 2 arid mbst sensib, e women of her Subscribers-only content

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    be the rtsults of the now 6r-ant ior secondary educatiolt availlable tvnder the ACutch Act of 13-92 ; but Mr. Craik is able to cite a !uniber of instancees in which, by means of this o 'it the staff lies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lerebv given, that the PARTNERA- SHIP, TRADE, or7BUSlNESS hererefore Subsisting and carried on by and between us, the uuderagned ROBERT CRAIK and JOSEPH WOOD, at Barnsley, in the County of York, as Linen Manufacturers, was DiSSOLtVED by mutual Consent on Subscribers-only content

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