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Aunt Charlotte's Stories of English History for the Little Ones
Charlotte Mary Yonge
Vista completa - 1875
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Página 216 - There's some say that we wan, Some say that they wan, Some say that nane wan at a', man; But one thing I'm sure, That at Sheriffmuir A battle there was, which I saw, man; And we ran, and they ran, and they ran, and we ran, And we ran and they ran awa', man.
Página 236 - Act should be in force and take effect in such county or city, and that the votes of all the electors be taken for or against the adoption of the petition...
Página 238 - Flowers, taken chiefly from the Standard British Poets. Printed in Black and Red, with Twelve Illuminated Full Page Floral Designs in Gold and Colours. Small Octavo, Bevelled Boards, Cloth Elegant, Gilt Edges, Price$/-; Morocco Elegant, 10/6 OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Página 237 - As pleasant a book as could be given to any little girl." — Scotsman. "A most suitable book for girls, and one that will delight the little misses immensely.
Página 84 - Duke of Lancaster ; Edmund, Duke of York ; and Thomas, Duke of Gloucester.
Página 238 - Puck and Blossom," "Eldergowan," &c. With Twelve Chromographs of Flowers, by various Artists. Foolscap quarto, cloth extra, bevelled boards.
Página 210 - I sent you to fight against men,' he said, ' and not with the winds.' Elizabeth, too, acknowledged that her triumph was not owing to herself, or even to her sailors. She went in state to St. Paul's, to return thanks for the victory which had been gained, and she struck a medal which bore the motto, ' God blew with His wind, and they were scattered.
Página 238 - The Children's Voyage; or, a Trip in the Water Fairy. By Mrs. GEORGE CUPPLES, Author of "Katty Lester," &c. With Twelve Chromographs of Ships, Boats, and Sea Views, after Edward Duncan. Foolscap quarto, cloth extra, bevelled boards. " Well adapted to the comprehension of children."— Standard.