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" Miss Kavanagh has undertaken a delicate task, and she has performed it on the whole with discretion and judgment. Her volumes may lie on any drawing-room table without scandal, and may be read by all but her youngest countrywomen without risk. "
Ambrose the sculptor - Page 277
by Mrs. Robert Cartwright - 1854
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Lectures on the Physical Phenomena of Living Beings

Carlo Matteucci - Physiology - 1848 - 388 pages
...tempts him to stop for a gossip or for speculation of modes and morals. Which among us will ever be tired of reading about the Women of France? especially when they are marshaled so agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before us. — The Athenceum. ERMAN'S SIBERIA.-Now...
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The Seven Lamps of Architecture

John Ruskin - Architecture - 1849 - 205 pages
...In 2 vols. post 8vo., with Eight Portraits of Remarkable French Women, price 24*. in embossed cloth. "Which among us will be ever tired of reading about the women of France, especially when they nre marshalled so agreeably and discreetly oa in the pages before us?" — Athcrufntn. " The subject...
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Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret, Volume 1

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Authors, German - 1850
...In 2 vols. post 8vo., with Eight Portraits of Remarkable French Women, price 24*. in embossed cloth. "Which among us will be ever tired of reading about...discreetly as in the pages before us." — Athenaum. " The subject is handled with much delicacy and tact, and the book shows often an original tone of...
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Notes from Nineveh, and Travels in Mesopotamia, Assyria, and Syria, Volume 1

James Phillips Fletcher - Assyria - 1850 - 366 pages
...tempts him to stop for a gossip or for speculation of modes and morals. Which among us will ever be tired of reading about the Women of France ? especially when they are marshaled BO agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before us.— The Atkenceum. ERMAN'S SIBERIA.—Now...
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Impressions and Experiences of the West Indies and North America in 1849

Robert Baird - Antilles - 1850 - 354 pages
...lempu him to stop for a gossip or for speculation of mo,le x inicl morals. Which among us will ever be tired of reading about the Women of France ? especially when they are marshaled so agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before ns.— IV Jukavzum. ^_ ERMAN'S SIBERIA....
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The Races of Men: A Fragment

Robert Knox - Ethnology - 1850 - 479 pages
...tempts him to stop for a gossip or for speculation of modes and morals. Which among us will ever be tired of reading about the Women of France? especially when they are marshaled so agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before us. — The Atkentzum. ERMAN'S SIBERIA.—...
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Travels in Siberia: Including Excursions Northwards, Down the Obi ..., Volume 1

Adolph Erman - Siberia (Russia) - 1850
...tempts him to stop for a gossip or for speculation of modes and morals. Which among us will ever he tired of reading about the Women of France? especially when they are marshaled so agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before u«.— The AlJientrum. ERMAN'S SIBERIA....
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Florence Sackville, or self-dependence, an autobiography, Volume 3

mrs. E J Burbury - 1851
...scandal, and may be read by all but her youngest countrywomen without risk." — Quarterly Revietv. " Which among us will be ever tired of reading about...agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before us ? " — Athenaeum. " The subject is handled with much delicacy and tact, and the book shews often an...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22

American periodicals - 1851
...published by HESTLET, is spoken of as a work of great merit and interest. The Athemrum says of it : Which among us will be ever tired of reading about...so agreeably and discreetly as in the pages before usī The Examiner fiays : The subject is handled with much delicacy and tact, and the book shows often...
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Military Memoir of Lieut-Col. James Skinner, C. B.: For Many ..., Volumes 1-2

James Baillie Fraser - India - 1851
...8vo., with Eight Portraits of Remarkable French Women, price 24*. in embossed cloth. "Which among as will be ever tired of reading about the women of France,...discreetly as in the pages before us?" — Athenaum, " The subject is handled wiih much delicacy and iact, and the book shows often an original tone of...
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