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Page 240 - Yet haply there will come a weary day When, overtasked at length, Both Love and Hope beneath the load give way. Then, with a statue's smile, a statue's strength, Stands the mute sister, Patience, nothing loth, And, both supporting, does the work of both.
Page 254 - Will," &c. With Three full-page Woodcdjs. Crown 8vo Cloth boards I 6 CONQUERING AND TO CONQUER; A STORY OF ROME IN THE DAYS OF ST. JEROME. By the author of "The SchbnbergCotta Family," &c. With Four full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo Cloth boards a 6 DICK DARLINGTON, AT HOME AND ABROAD. By A. H. ENGELBACH, author of " Juanita,
Page 254 - FATHER'S INHERITANCE. By CRONA TEMPLE, author of " Through the Rough Wind," &c. With Four full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo Clothboards 3 6 HIDE AND SEEK : A STORY OF THE NEW FOREST IN 1647. By Mrs. FRANK COOPER. With Three full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo Cloth boards 2 o His FIRST OFFENCE : A TRUE TALE OF CITY LIFE. By RUTH LAMB, author of "The Carpenter's Family,
Page 253 - A BRAVE FIGHT. Being a narrative of the many Trials of Master William Lee, Inventor. By the Rev. EN HoARE, author of " Two Voyages,
Page 182 - I've wet my path with tears like dew, Weeping for him when no one knew. My Son, if thou be humbled, poor, Hopeless of honour and of gain, Oh ! do not dread thy mother's door; Think not of me with grief and pain: I now can see with better eyes; And worldly grandeur I despise, And fortune with her gifts and lies.
Page 110 - Up the airy mountain Down the rushy glen, We daren't go a-hunting, For fear of little men; Wee folk, good folk, Trooping all together; Green jacket, red cap, And white owl's feather!
Page 254 - Family," &c. With Four full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo Cloth boards 2 6 DICK DARLINGTON, AT HOME AND ABROAD. By A. H. ENGELBACH, author of " Juanita,
Page 254 - Clothtoards 2 o His First Offence : A True Tale of City Life. By RUTH LAMB, Author of "The Carpenter's Family,
Page 254 - Juanita," &c. With Three full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo Cloth boards 2 o FAIRY TALES OF EVERY DAY (THE). By HARRIET L. CHILDE-PEMBERTON. With Four full-page Woodcuts. Crown 8vo Cloth boards 3 o GOOD SHIP BARBARA (THE) : A STORY OF Two BROTHERS. By SW SADLER, Esq., RN With Four full-page Woodcuts. Crown 8vo Cloth boards 3 6 GREAT CAPTAIN (THE) : AN EVENTFUL CHAPTER IN SPANISH HISTORY. By ULICK R. BURKE, MA With Two full-page Illustrations on toned paper. Crown 8vo. ...Cloth boards...