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Page 6 - Narrative of the Mission from the GovernorGeneral of India to the Court of Ava in 1855. "With Notices of the Country, Government, and People.
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Page 22 - The Cauvery, Kistnah, and Godavery : being a Report on the Works constructed on those Rivers, for the Irrigation of Provinces in the Presidency of Madras. By R. BAIRD SMITH, FGS, Lt-Col. Bengal Engineers, &c., &c. In demy Svo, with 19 Plans, price 28s. cloth. " A most curious and interesting work.
Page 10 - The Seven Lamps of Architecture. Second Edition, with Fourteen Plates drawn by the Author. Imperial Svo. Price ll. Is. cloth. " By the ' Seven Lamps of Architecture," we understand Mr. Ruskin to mean the seven fundamental and cardinal laws, the observance of and obedience to which are indispensable to the architect, who would deserve the name. The politician, the moralist, the divine, will...
Page 28 - What fine things the lectures contain ! What eloquent and subtle sayings, what wise and earnest writing ! How delightful are their turns of humour ; with what a touching effect, in the graver passages, the genuine feeling of the man comes out ; and how vividly the thoughts are painted, as it were, in graphic and characteristic words.