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Pagina 258 - Good name in man and woman, dear my lord, Is the immediate jewel of their souls : Who steals my purse steals trash ; 'tis something, nothing; 'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to thousands ; But he that filches from me my good name Robs me of that which not enriches him And makes me poor indeed.
Pagina 265 - The Mistress of Langdale Hall"), with 14 illustrations by WALLIS MACKAY. Post free, 4s. Second edition. " " It is a lengthened and diversified farce, full of screaming fun and comic .delineation — a reflection of Dickens, Mrs. Malaprop, and Mr. Boucicault, and dealing with various descriptions of social life. We have read and laughed, pooh-poohed, and read again, ashamed of our interest, but our interest has been too strong for our shame. Readers may do worse than, ^surrender themselves to its...
Pagina 262 - THE SURGEON'S SECRET. By SYDNEY MOSTYN, Author of " Kitty's Rival," etc. Crown 8vo., los. 6d. "A most exciting novel — the best on our list. It may be fairly recommended as a very extraordinary book.
Pagina 266 - RITUALIST'S PROGRESS ; or, A Sketch of the Reforms and Ministrations of the Rev. Septimus Alban, Member of the ECU, Vicar of S. Alicia, Sloperton. By AB WILDERED Parishioner. Fcp. 8vo. 2s. 6d. cloth. MISTRESSES AND MAIDS. By HUBERT CURTIS, Author of " Helen," etc. Price id. "PPITAPHIANA; or, the Curiosities of Churchyard -*-^ Literature: being a Miscellaneous Collection of Epitaphs, with an INTRODUCTION. By W. FAIRLEY. Crown 8vo., cloth, price 5s. Post free.
Pagina 255 - ... descriptive power, in startling— not to say extravagant suggestions in lofty and delicate moral sympathies. It is difficult to read it with a serious countenance : yet it is impossible not to read it with curious interest, and sometimes with profound admiration. The author's imagination hath run mad, but often there is more in his philosophy than the world ma-y dream of We have read his work with almost equal feelings of pleasure, wonderment, and amusement, and this, we think, will be the feelings...
Pagina 257 - From the Boke of a Monk of Garden Abbey. By T. ESMONDE. Crown 8vo., 7s. 6d. T\R. MIDDLETON'S DAUGHTER. By the Author •^-' of
Pagina 267 - SUMMER SHADE AND WINTER SUNSHINE: Poems. By ROSA MACKENZIE KETTLE, Author of "The Mistress of Langdale HalL" New Edition. 2s. 6d., cloth. THE WITCH of NEMI, and other Poems. By EDWARD BRENNAN. Crown 8vo., 1os.
Pagina 263 - This is a clever story, easily and naturally told, and the reader's interest sustained throughout. ... A pleasant, readable book, such as we can heartily recommend.
Pagina 266 - THE FALL OF MAN : An Answer to Mr. Darwin's -*- " Descent of Man ; " being a Complete Refutation, by common-sense arguments, of the Theory of Natural Selection. is., sewed.
Pagina 255 - Here is a work in certain respects one of the most singular in modern literature, which surpasses all of its class in bold and luxuriant imagination, in vivid descriptive power, in startling — not to say extravagant suggestions — in lofty and delicate moral sympathies. It is difficult to read it with a serious countenance : yet it is impossible not to read it with curious interest, and sometimes with profound admiration.