Assemblée générale du 26 novembre 1866. Pétition au grand conseil pour la réforme électorale, discours et discussion
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Page 49 - A most pleasant, fruitful, and witty work, of the best state of a public weal, and of the new isle called Utopia...
Page 23 - Glossary ; or a Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, &c., which have been thought to require Illustration in the Works of English Authors. By ROBERT NARES, Archdeacon. 4to. London, 1822. * Nares (Archdeacon). A Glossary, or Collection of Words, Phrases, Customs, Proverbs, &c., illustrating the works of English Authors, particularly Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
Page 73 - Strutt's Sports and Pastimes of the People of England; including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May Games, Mummeries, Shows, Processions, Pageants, and Pompous Spectacles, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time.
Page 53 - Parnassi Puerperium; or, SOME WELL-WISHES TO INGENUITY, in the TRANSLATION OF SIX HUNDRED OF OWEN'S EPIGRAMS ; MARTIAL DE SPECTACULIS ; or, of Rarities to be seen in Rome ; and the most Select in SIR THO. MORE ; to which is annext, A CENTURY OF HEROICK EPIGRAMS...
Page 59 - A | Defence | of the| Scots Settlement | At Darien. | With | An Answer to the Spanish | Memorial against it. | And | Arguments to prove that it is the | Interest of England to join with the | Scots, and Protect it. | To which is added, | A Description of the | Country, |and a particular Account of |the Scots Colony.
Page 21 - Robin Hood: A COLLECTION OF ALL THE ANCIENT POEMS, SONGS, AND BALLADS now extant relative to that celebrated English Outlaw ; to which are prefixed Historical Anecdotes of his Life.
Page 24 - The Rudiments Of Grammar For The English-Saxon Tongue, First given in English : With An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities.
Page 2 - We now conclude our extracts from Guzman de Alfarache, a book which contains a fund of acute and comprehensive observations on almost every rank in society, from the most abject to the most elevated ; in which their hypocrisies are detected, and their peculiar vices described, with extraordinary minuteness and discrimination : and although, as we have before said, it is, on the whole, a tedious and dull performance ; yet do we find many parts written with great vigour and vivacity.
Page 2 - Ancient History, English and French, exemplified in a Regular Dissection of the Saxon Chronicle; preceded by a Review of Wharton's Utrum Elfricus Grammaticus? Malraesbury's Life of St. Wulstan, and Hugo Candidus' Peterborough History: wherein the Principal Saxon Annalists are now (for the first time) identified.
Page 58 - Miseria: or a Kingly Bed of Miserie, in which is contained a Dreame: with an Elegie upon the Martyrdome of Charles, late King of England, of blessed Memory: and another upon the Right Honourable the Lord Capel. With a curse against the enemies of Peace; and the Aut hour's Farewell to England. Whereunto is added England's Sonnets.