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Pagina 342 - A NEW SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS OF BRITISH PAINTERS. Each volume illustrated with Twenty Full-page Reproductions and a Photogravure Portrait. Square Crown 8vo, Cloth, Gilt Top, Deckled Edges, y. 6d. net. VOLUMES READY. LANDSEER, SIR EDWIN. By JAMES A. MANSON. REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA. By ELSA D'ESTERRE-KEELING. TURNER, JMW By ROBERT CHIGNELL, Author of "The Life and Paintings of Vicat Cole, RA
Pagina 344 - PROPERTY: ITS ORIGIN. By CH. LETOURNEAU. VOLCANOES PAST AND PRESENT. By Prof. HULL. PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEMS. By Dr. JF SYKES. MODERN METEOROLOGY. By FRANK WALDO, Ph.D. THE GERM-PLASM. By Professor WEISMANN. 6s. THE INDUSTRIES OF ANIMALS. By F. HOUSSAY. MAN AND WOMAN. By HAVELOCK ELLIS. 6s.
Pagina 134 - Here on Earth we are as Soldiers, fighting in a foreign land; that understand not the plan of the campaign, and have no need to understand it ; seeing well what is at our hand to be done. Let us do it like Soldiers, with submission, with courage, with a heroic joy. ' Whatsoever ' thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might.
Pagina 345 - The statistics present a clear and attractive picture of the manner in which one of the greatest questions now at issue is being solved both at home and abroad.
Pagina 334 - Jefferies. 25 DEFOE'S CAPTAIN SINGLETON. EDITED, WITH Introduction, by H. Halliday Sparling. 26 MAZZINI'S ESSAYS: LITERARY, POLITICAL, AND Religious. With Introduction by William Clarke. 27 PROSE WRITINGS OF HEINE. WITH INTRODUCTION by Havelock Ellis. 28 REYNOLDS'S DISCOURSES. WITH INTRODUCTION by Helen Zimmern. 29 PAPERS OF STEELE AND ADDISON. EDITED BY Walter Lewin. 30 BURNS'S LETTERS. SELECTED AND ARRANGED, with Introduction, by J. Logie Robertson, MA 31 VOLSUNGA SAGA. WILLIAM MORRIS. WITH INTROdnction...
Pagina 348 - The Great Tone Poets," etc., etc. Illustrated with Photogravure and Collotype Portraits, Half-tone and Line Pictures, Facsimiles, etc. Square Crown 8vo, Cloth, js. 6d. net. VOLUMES NOW READY. THE STORY OF ORATORIO. By ANNIE W. PATTERSON, BA, Mus. Doc. THE STORY OF NOTATION. By CF ABDY WILLIAMS, MA, Mus. Bac. THE STORY OF THE ORGAN. By CF ABDY WILLIAMS, MA, Author of "Bach" and "Handel" ("Master Musicians' Series "). THE STORY OF CHAMBER MUSIC.
Pagina 334 - SELECTIONS FROM SENECA. WITH INTRODUCTION by Walter Clode. 22 SPECIMEN DAYS IN AMERICA. BY WALT WHITMAN. Revised by the Author, with fresh Preface. 23 DEMOCRATIC VISTAS, AND OTHER PAPERS. BY Walt Whitman. (Published by arrangement with the Author.) 24 WHITE'S NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE. WITH a Preface by Richard Jefferies.
Pagina xxviii - I cannot hide that some have striven, Achieving calm, to whom was given The joy that mixes man with Heaven "Who, rowing hard against the stream, Saw distant gates of Eden gleam, And did not dream it was a dream...
Pagina 333 - WITH PREFATORY NOTE BY Will H. Dircks. 4 THOREAU'S ESSAYS. EDITED, WITH AN INTROduction, by Will H. Dircks. 5 CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EATER, ETC, By Thomas De Quincey. With Introductory Note by William Sharp. 6 LANDOR'S IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS. SELECTED, with Introduction, by Havelock Ellis. 7 PLUTARCH'S LIVES (LANGHORNE). WITH INTROductory Note by BJ Snell, MA 8 BROWNE'S RELIGIO MEDICI, ETC. WITH INTROduction by J. Addington Symonds. 9 SHELLEY'S ESSAYS AND LETTERS. EDITED, WITH Introductory...
Pagina 91 - The mind which is immortal makes itself Requital for its good or evil thoughts — Is its own origin of ill and end, And its own place and time: its innate sense, When stripped of this mortality, derives No colour from the fleeting things without ; But is absorbed in sufferance or in joy. Born from the knowledge of its own desert...