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Page 237 - Description of the Greek Marbles brought from the shores of the Euxine, Archipelago, and Mediterranean, and deposited in the vestibule of the University Library, Cambridge,
Page 320 - ENGRAVINGS and ETCHINGS of the PRINCIPAL STATUES, BUSTS, BAS-RELIEFS, SEPULCHRAL MONUMENTS, CINERARY URNS, &c., in the Collection of Henry Blundell, Esq.
Page 188 - Museum Worsleyanum, or a Collection of antique Bassorelievos, Busts, Statues, and Gems, with Views of places in the Levant, taken on the spot in the years 1785-G-7.
Page 208 - ... Wellington, addressing the English army in India in the language Bonaparte used to his troops at the base of the Pyramids, would be guilty of ridiculous bombast; but in the mouth of the latter, and to such men as followed his standard, it exhibited the true orator. Nelson saying to his crew before the battle of Trafalgar, '• England expects every man to do his duty...
Page 12 - Schwann received in 1878 or had previously acquired, may be mentioned the foreign memberships of the Royal Society of London, and of the Academy of Sciences of Vienna, and the Prussian cross 'pour le me'rite...
Page 200 - Susquehanna the obstructions were formed in those places where the water was most shallow, or where it had been accustomed to fall. This river is several hundred miles in length, and from half a mile to a mile and a half in breadth, and winds through a hilly, and in many places a fertile and highly cultivated country. It...