Hand-book for travellers in France [by J. Murray. 1st] 3rd-14th, 16th, 18th ed

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1859
 

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Page 31 - plain Mahogany Cabinet, with five Trays, comprising the following specimens, viz. :— NATIVE METALS, or METALLIFEROUS MINERALS: these are found in masses or beds, in veins, and occasionally in the beds of rivers. Specimens of the following metallic ores are put in the Cabinet : Iron, Manganese, Lead, Tin, Zinc, Copper, Antimony, Silver, Gold, Platina, ic.
Page 608 - Chapel of the Medici. TNVITES the English Nobility and Gentry to visit his Establishment, where may always be seen numerous specimens of this celebrated and beautiful Manufacture, in every description of Rare and Precious Stones. Orders for Tables and other Ornaments executed to any Design.
Page 608 - TTIS WAREHOUSE is situated between the Belvedere Hotel and Schweizerhof, •*• where he keeps the largest and best assortment of the above objects to be found in Switzerland. He undertakes to forward Goods to England and elsewhere. Correspondents in England, Messrs. J. & R. McCRACKEN, 7, Old Jewry. PISA. HUGUET AND VAN LINT, SCULPTORS IN MARBLE AND ALABASTER, bung
Page 1 - SUCCESSOR has BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS during the Season at WIESBADEN AND EMS, Where will always be found Selections of the newest Articles from his principal Establishment. His Agents in England, to whom he undertakes to forward Purchases made of him, are Messrs. J. & E.
Page 518 - natura loci sic muniebatur ut magnam ad ducendum bellum daret facultatem : propterea quod flumen Dubis ut circino circumductum, pene totum oppidum cingit: reliquum spatium quod non est amplius pedum DC, qua flumen intennittit, mons continet magna altitudine, ita ut radices
Page 489 - There are certain scenes that would awe an atheist into belief without the help of other argument. I am well persuaded St. Bruno was a man of no common genius to choose such a place for his
Page 18 - Music, &c. Biographical Notices of Men distinguished in Literature, Science, and Art. Original Papers and Poems. Weekly Gossip. Miscellanea, including all that Is likely to interest the informed and intelligent. THE ATHENÄUM Is so conducted that the reader, however far distant, is, in respect to Literature,
Page 6 - is often honoured by Royal Families and other high personages. The following have lately honoured this Hotel— HM THE QUEEN OF HOLLAND. HRH THE CROWN PRINCE AND PRINCESS OLGA OF WURTEMBERG. HM THE KING AND QUEEN OF WURTEMBERG. HJ.H. THE ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA.
Page 6 - OF THE ROMAN EMPEROR HOTEL, Beg to recommend their House to English Travellers. This large and well-situated Establishment is conducted under the immediate superintendence of the Proprietors, and newly furnished with every comfort, and a new splendid Dining-room. The
Page 118 - Gardez bien vos rangs ; ne perdez point de vue mon panache blanc, vous le trouverez toujours au chemin de l'honneur." The monumental obelisk erected on the spot to commemorate the battle was thrown down 1793, but restored by Napoleon.] The Ch. of St.

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