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Stran 225 - ANCIENT HISTORY FROM THE MONUMENTS. This Series of Books is chiefly intended to illustrate the Sacred Scriptures by the results of recent Monumental Researches in the East. Fcap. 8vo., cloth boards, 2s. each. ASSYRIA, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE FALL OF NINEVEH.
Stran 190 - LORD, when we bend before Thy throne And our confessions pour, Teach us to feel the sins we own And hate what we deplore.
Stran 226 - Fcap. 8vo. , cloth boards, 2s. each. LEO THE GREAT. By the Rev. CHARLES GORE, MA GREGORY THE GREAT. By the Rev. J. BARMBY, BD SAINT AMBROSE ; his Life, Times, and Teaching.
Stran 226 - OF CYRENE, Philosopher and Bishop. By ALICE GARDNER. THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS. By the Rev. HS HOLLAND. THE DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH ; or, The Christian Apologists of the Second and Third Centuries.
Stran 111 - Journey, begun at the City of Norwich, and from thence into the North, on Monday, August llth, 1634, and ending at the same place. By a Captaine, a Lieutenant, and an Ancient, all three of the Military Company in Norwich.
Stran 15 - Urus was hunted in the northern forests. The work of reclaiming the wilderness began in the days of Agricola. The Romans felled the woods along the lines of their military roads ; they embanked the rivers and threw causeways across the morasses, and the natives complained that their bodies and hands were worn out in draining the fens and extending the clearings in the forests.
Stran 225 - PALMER, Major RE, FRAS With Map. Babylonia (The History of). By the late GEORGE SMITH, Esq.
Stran 121 - Baptists, and of the soldiers, were convinced. After the meeting, the pastor of the Baptists, a high notionist, and a flashy man, came to me, and asked me, "what must be damned;" I was moved immediately to tell him, "that which spoke in him was to be damned.