Wooed and married, Volume 3

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Tinsley Bros., 1875
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Page 245 - Mr. Davies, in the most plain, simple, matter-of-fact way, tells us exactly what he saw on each occasion. The result is a most interesting volume. We have left many of Mr. Davies's fifty-nine chapters unnoticed, but all of them will repay perusal.
Page 17 - Kennst du das Land, wo die Citronen bluhn, Im dunkeln Laub die Gold-Orangen gliihn, Ein sanfter Wind vom blauen Himmel weht, Die Myrte still und hoch der Lorbeer steht? Kennst du es wohl? Dahin! Dahin MBcht'ich mit dir, o mein Geliebter, ziehn.
Page 245 - It reflects in a very comprehensive way some of the leading aspects of religious thought in the Church of England at the present time, and contains a number of literary photographs if the phrase may be allowed of eminent clergymen ..... The author knows his subject, and has the art of instructing his readers.
Page 245 - Meeting, &c. HETERODOX LONDON; or, Phases of Free Thought in the Metropolis. 2 vols. 8vo. 28s. "The readers of Dr. Davies's very instructive pages will learn much that it behoves them to know and ponder, and will be brought face to face, possibly for the first time, with some momentous problems of the modern social organism.
Page 237 - While I do my duty, Struggling through the tide, Whisper Thou of beauty On the other side...
Page 245 - UNORTHODOX LONDON ; or, Phases of Religious Life in the Metropolis. By the Rev. C. MAURICE DAvIES, DD 1 vol.
Page 245 - The more interesting portion of the volume relates to the Spiritualists and their doings, a subject to which Dr. Davies has devoted much attention, and in which he takes keen interest.
Page 68 - Dym, try to be glad for me ; I am longing so sorely for my rest." She only shook her head and buried her face deeper in the curtains. Glad ! how could she be glad, even for his sake? The welcomes might be sweet to the faithful servant, but death itself seemed so terrible to this poor child, stretching out her tender arms to detain the brother who was so dear to her. " Will, do not leave me ; pray that you may not leave me !" clinging to him with one cold little hand, and speaking in such a weary...
Page 245 - A Ghostly Conference,' ' Spotting Spirit Mediums,' ' Spirit Forms,' &c. Mystic London ; or Phases of Occult Life in the Metropolis. By the Rev. C. MAURICE DAVIES, DD 1 vol. 8vo, 14*. 'The contributions on astrology, phrenology, mesmerism, and...

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