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" ... in his narrative, and more simple and life-like in his portraits. In the main, he is a pictorial historian, and his skill in description and fulness of knowledge make his work abound in scenes and passages that are almost new to the general reader. "
The Wonders of Optics - Page 15
by Fulgence Marion - 1870 - 276 pages
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American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular, Volume 4, Issue 8

Bibliography, National - 1867
...is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected iu his narrative, and more simple and lifelike in his...portraits. In the main, he Is a pictorial historian, and hi* skitt in description and fulnest o/h«wledge make hit work abound in scenes and pannages that are...
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Liber Lobrorum: ITS STRUCTURE, LIMITATIONS, AND PURPOSE. A FRIENDLY ...

1867
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and lifelike in...passages that are almost new to the general reader. 9. Studies in English ; OR, GLIMPSES OF THE INNER LIFE OF OUR LANGUAGE. Bj M. SCHELE DE VERE, LL.D.,...
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Liber Librorum : Its Structure, Limitations, and Purpose: A Friendly ...

Henry Dunn - Bible - 1867 - 232 pages
...is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in bis remarks on events, more u naffer ted in his narrative, and more simple and lifelike in...knowledge make his work abound in scenes and passages that art almost new to the general reader. 9. Studies in English ; OR, GLIMPSES OF THE INNER LIFE OF OUR...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 45

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1867
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and lifelike in...passages that are almost new to the general reader. Nor are his reflections without great merit ; his conception of the attitude of England and her policy...
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The Phenomena and Laws of Heat

Achille Auguste Cazin - Heat - 1869 - 265 pages
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and life-like in...general reader. We close his pages with unfeigned regret, and we bid him good speed in his noble mission of exploring the sources of EngHib history in...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Theodor Mommsen - Rome - 1870
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and life-like in...general reader. We close his pages with unfeigned regret* and we bid him good speed in his noble mission of exploring the sources of English history...
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Wonders of the Human Body: From the French of A. Le Pileur

Auguste Le Pileur - Physiology - 1870 - 256 pages
...he is calmer and more .latural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffecVd in his narrative, and more simple and life-like in his portraits. In the main, he is a pictorial hUtorian, and his skill in description and fulness of knowledge make his work abound in scenes and...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

American literature - 1871
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and lifelike in...make his work abound in scenes and passages that are new to the general reader. PRY, WH Complete Treatise on Artificial Fish Breeding, nmo, cloth. New Tork,...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 3

American literature - 1871
...in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, mort unaffected in Ins narrative, and mort: simple and lifelike in his portraits. In the main...make his work abound in scenes and passages that are new to the general reader. FRY, WH Complete Treatise on Artificial Fish Bieeding. izmo, cloth. Neiv...
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Oxley

Lyndon - 1873 - 441 pages
...he is calmer and more natural in his tone, more thoughtful in his remarks on events, more unaffected in his narrative, and more simple and life-like in...general reader. We close his pages with unfeigned regret, and we bid him good speed in his noble mission of exploring the sources of English history...
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