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" This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical work perhaps ever did. "
An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh and of the Siege of the Lucknow Residency ... - Page 17
by Martin Richard Gubbins - 1858 - 484 pages
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Catalogue of Standard English Authors: Also a Collection of Books Relating ...

Dawson, William, & Sons, of London - 1809
...vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 13s. 1837 " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical work, perhaps, ever did.'1 — Edinburgh Review. 3169 JAMES' (JT) Italian, Flemish, Dutch, and German Schools of Painting,...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review

United States - 1842
...Occurrences," the reviewer says : " The book itself is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical work, perhaps, ever did." This, be it remembered, relates to a book that contains the matter we have dissected in our former...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 10

United States - 1842
...Occurrences," the reviewer says : "The book itself is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical work, perhaps, ever did." This, be it remembered, relates to a book that contains the matter we have dissected in our former...
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Letters ... to sir Horace Mann, ed. by lord Dover. Concluding ser

George James Welbore Agar- Ellis (1st baron Dover) - 1844
...SIR GEORGE COCKBUBN. MR. JAMES. " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own...of its plan, and the manner of its execution, will, we think, convince our readers that the high character we have given of it is not exaggerated. Mr....
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Memoirs of Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland, Volume 2

1844
...SIB MICHAEL SEYMOUR. MB. JAMES. " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own...of its plan, and the manner of its execution, will, we think, convince our readers that the high character we have given of it is not exaggerated. Mr....
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The Attaché: Or, Sam Slick in England, Volume 2

Serialized fiction - 1844
...COCKBURN. MR. JAMES. " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it appoaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical...of its plan, and the manner of its execution, will, we think, convince our readers that the high character we have given of it is not exaggerated. Mr....
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The Fairfax Correspondence: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First, Volume 1

George William Johnson - Great Britain - 1848
...TROUBRIDOE. SIR O. COCKBURN. MR. JAMES. " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own...of its plan, and the manner of its execution, will, we think, convince our readers that the high character we have given of it is not exaggerated. Mr....
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The Fairfax Correspondence, Volume 1

George William Johnson - Great Britain - 1848
...JAMES. " This book is one of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches annearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical...and, we trust, by this time the narrative itself, arc fortunately too well known to require a detailed notice of its contents. But a general sketch of...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1885
...CHAMIEK. 6 voll, crown 8vo. with Portrait*. "This book Is one of which it li not toohlsh pralte toauenthat It approaches as nearly to perfection in its own line as any historical work perhape ever did."— JfitWwi/^ Review. In б roll, price 03*. MISS AUSTEN'S NOVELS. The Steventon...
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History of the conquest of Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ancient ...

William Hickling Prescott - 1850
...JAMES. 6 Tols. 8vo., with Portraits. 21. 14s. "A work of which it is not too high praise to assert, that it approaches as nearly to perfection, in its own line, as any historical work ever did." Edinburgh Review. THE COURT AND REIGN OF FRANCIS I., KING OF FRANCE. By Mrs* P ARDOR, Author...
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