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Page 8 - THE COURT OF HENRY VIII.: Being a Selection of the Despatches of SEBASTIAN GIUSTINIAN, Venetian Ambassador, 1515-1519. Translated by RAWDON BROWN. Two Vols., crown Svo, 21s., cloth.
Page 6 - ... been delighted spectators of nature, to be also attentive observers. Our critics will learn to admire, and mere admirers will learn how to criticise : thus a public will be educated." — Blackwood's Magazine. " A generous and impassioned review of the works of living painters. A hearty and earnest work, full of deep thought, and developing great and striking truths in art.
Page 16 - Economist. Poems. By WALTER R. CASSELS. Fcap. 8vo, price 3s. 6d. cloth. " Mr. Cassels has deep poetical feeling, and gives promise of real excellence. His poems are written sometimes with a strength of expression by no means common." — Guardian. Garlands of Verse. By THOMAS LEIGH. Fcap. 8vo, price 5s. cloth. " One of the best things in the ' Garlands of Verse
Page 7 - THE OPENING OF THE CRYSTAL PALACE: Considered in some of its relations to the Prospects of Art. Svo, price Is., sewed. " An earnest and eloquent appeal for the preservation of the ancient monuments of Gothic architecture.
Page 13 - THE ENGLISH IN WESTERN INDIA; Being the Early History of the Factory at Surat, of Bombay. BY PHILIP ANDERSON, AM Second Edition, 8vo, price 14s. cloth. "Quaint, curious, and amusing, this volume describes, from old manuscripts and obscure books, the life of English merchants in an Indian Factory. It contains fresh and amusing gossip, all bearing on events and characters of historical importance.
Page 7 - EXAMPLES OF THE ARCHITECTURE OF VENICE, SELECTED AND DRAWN TO MEASUREMENT FROM THE EDIFICES. In Parts of Folio Imperial size, each containing Five Plates, and a short Explanatory Text, price II.
Page 7 - We wish that this pamphlet might be largely read by our art-patrons, and studied by our art-critics. There is much to be collected from it which is very important to remember.
Page 7 - Guardian. Lectures on Architecture and Painting. With Fourteen Cuts, drawn by the Author. Second Edition. Crown Svo Price 8s. 6d. cloth. " Mr. Ruskin's lectures— eloquent, graphic, and impassioned— exposing and ridiculing some of the vices of our present system of building, and exciting his hearers by strong motives of duty and pleasure to attend to architecture — are very successful."— Economist.
Page 5 - The present volume of Mr. Ruskin's elaborate work treats chiefly of mountain scenery, and discusses at length the principles involved in the pleasure we derive from mountains and their pictorial representation. The singular beauty of his style, the hearty sympathy with all forms of natural loveliness, the profusion of his illustrations form irresistible attractions.
Page 2 - The Life and Correspondence of Sir John Malcolm, GCB By JOHN WILLIAM KAYE. Two Volumes, Svo. With Portrait. Price 36s. cloth. "The biography is replete with interest and information, deserving to bo perused by the student of Indian history, and sure to recommend itself to the general reader."— Athenceum.