The Ladies' Companion Volume 14

The Ladies' Companion Volume 14

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ...G. 6; C. Carvill. never be allowed. Ci-isitt.ts 0'MALLEY: Carey 6; Hart.--This facctious and, mirth inspiring gentleman has presented us with numbers' thirteen and fourteen of his adventures. They abate nothing in interest to the former ones. Those who have not supplied ' themselves with this "right merry" work, should do so immediately, as a more amusing one has not been issued for many years. Haaoiriszs or Siicazn Hisroav: by Mrs. E. R. Steele.-In the December number of the ' Companion' we took occasion to,1 mention this work. then in the process of publication. Ve' have since examined a copy, and from a careful perusal of its 1 contents, we are happy to find that our opinion ofits merits has been fully established. American literature, which is already l' rich in the names of female authors, has now to boast of an 1 addition, in the genius of Mrs. Steele, whose present work promises fair to place her among our most gifted writers.i From the extensive sale it has obtained, and the warm I the interests of morality and religion. l i Gaoacu It.i.us1'a.irr.n.--The first number ofthis magnificent 2 publication, which we referred to in our last issue. has been _ placed before us. It is impossible to express ourselves of it in " any other terms but the most enthusiastic; containing, as it I does. all that is beautiful in the art of engraving. No uork of I, similar character which has ever come from the European 1 press, can oiltrival it, and in most cases the majority of them Teannot, in the slightest degree. bear with it in comparison., The engravings on steel. from the beautiful designs of T. I Addison Richards. are the most delicious gems of the art we Then comes the Indian Princess, Ozenia. more

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  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 422g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236739493
  • 9781236739490