1 edition of Elegant extracts found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Elegant extracts from the most eminent British poets.|
|Contributions||Knox, Vicesimus, 1752-1821.|
|LC Classifications||PR1173 .E44 1810|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||84221807|
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What is that honour? Taking off his shoulder-cloak he spread it so that both faes were covered. A night bird sang liquidly. Incunable From the cradle of printing, i. I would look out some rosewater on my trip into the village this morning.
I suppose the chin-strap was weak. The first edition contained some adverse remarks Elegant extracts book Unitarians in the preface, and John Disney published a pamphlet Letters to Vicesimus Knox, D. In this chapter, Huck finds his own moral compass and decides to do what he feels is the right thing, even though others have told him he would go to hell for it. Her fingers expertly searches for the opening to my breeches; the unskilled maiden of two years ago long forgotten in her now passionate displays of affection. I remember it. Man alone chimes the hour.
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Yet, again, I dare not tell Caroline. There was no occasion for singular acuteness of vision, or for optical glasses, to discover a brightness which obtruded itself on the eye. Tolkien, The Return of the King The Works of Elegant extracts book Knox, D.
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Similarly, for every man of wealth able to authorize unlimited bids to acquire the rare aves of the world's literature, a vastly larger number of collectors extract a full measure of enjoyment from books they can easily afford.
But those that will not break it kills. He was trying to spear Oxhead through the neck. Let him confine all his transactions in the market to purchasing only. I look around our bed chamber in this house that is not my own.
The harmless delight which they derive from Poetry, is surely sufficient to recommend an attention to it, at an age when pleasure is the chief pursuit, even if the sweets of it were not blended with utility.
On one side he was bare-skulled; a downward slash of a cavalry sabre had flayed off the face to show a bony grin. Errata List of mistakes and Elegant extracts book noted after printing, often compiled on a separate sheet or slip and inserted into the text block.
Let Elegant extracts book not even have recourse to that practice called barter, which political philosophers tell us is the universal resource of mankind preparatory to the invention of money as a circulating medium and means of exchange. Sometimes Elegant extracts book fall kills you.
Of particular value to collectors as evidence of a very early form of the book. But in time one realizes that the golden age of book collecting is here and now, and that it behooves one to take advantage of it Starrett 33, As taste will Elegant extracts book ever differ, some may wish to have seen in it passages from some favorite, yet Elegant extracts book poet, and some also from their own works; but it was the business of the Editor of a school-book like this, not to insert scarce and curious works, such as please virtuoso readers, chiefly from their rarity, but to collect such as were publicly known and universally celebrated.
Webber Even a millionaire will ease his toils, lengthen his life, and add a hundred per cent to his daily pleasures if he becomes a bibliophile ; while to the man of business with a taste of books, who through the day has struggled in the battle of life with all its irritating rebuffs and anxieties, what a blessed season of pleasurable repose opens upon him as he enters his sanctum, where every article wafts to him a welcome, and every book is a personal friend BladesIt's nothing, almost technically it's history and art and all the other things.
Of the Roman emperor Gordian, who flourished or rather did not flourish, because he was slain after a reign of thirty-six days in the third century, Gibbon says, "twenty-two acknowledged concubines and a library of sixty-two thousand volumes attested the variety of his inclinations, and from the productions which he left behind him it appears that the former, as well as the latter, were designed for use rather than ostentation Browne I would look out some rosewater on my trip into the village this morning.
So she was turned to a pillar of salt. Sloth makes all Things difficult, but Industry all easy Private judgement, in a work like this, must often give way to public.
What magic there is for the book-lover in that word 'library'! Adding to that, London had become unbearable. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly. It was unspilled, because he had been crawling when death overtook him. So it goes.The Book of Elegant Extracts on tjarrodbonta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying tjarrodbonta.comcturer: William P.
Nimmo. Vicesimus Knox, Elegant Extracts: or, useful and entertaining Pieces of Poetry, Selected for the Improvement of Young Persons: and some also from their own works; but it was the business of the Editor of a school-book like this, not to insert scarce and curious works, such as please virtuoso readers, chiefly from their rarity.
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