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HISTORY OF JULIUS CÆSAR

... traditions, nor courage, nor the memory of a glorious past, can retard by a day the fall which has been decided by destiny. Civilization appears to have been transported from Greece into Italy, to create there I an ismense focus, fromwn hich it might spread ...

THE BOOK OF PERFUMES

... place was not complete. French hairdressers, glovers, pastrycooks, and coffee-house keepers, would have introduced French civilization into the place, and Nice, while remaining Italian in name, would, in fact, have become strongly Parisianized. It would ...

THE BOOK OF PERFUMES

... place was not complete. French hairdressers, glovers, pastrycooks, and coffeehouse keepers, would have introduced French civilization into the place, and Nice, while remaining Italian in name, would, in fact, have become strongly Parisianized. It would ...

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA

... capitals and other of the chief towns in the United Kingdom hear operatic performances from time to time, it is always one of the London companies, 'Or a portion of one, that gives them. There is no civilized country in the wvorld that has so many large ...

THE MUSICAL UNION

... at all. It must not be supposed that the Musical Union is merely the name given to a series of concerts at which Melody is united to Harmony by Mr. ELLA under the auspices of APOLLO and the presidency of the Duke of LEINSTER. Such, to a person receiving ...

THE NORTH-WEST PASSAGE BY LAND

... ran short, the monotony of existence was varied by trips to a fort some seventy miles distant, where the lastspark of civilization smoulderedon the edge of the wilderness. The difficulties of the route may be inferred from the statement that when a horse ...

A CITY FLOWER SHOW

... Yet it is a fact that yesterday the King of the City inaugurated a show of flowers in aid of the benefit fund of the United Horticultural Society. It was and will be until 8 P. m. to-day held in the Guildhall; and for the satisfaction of those who ...

EDWARD IRVING

... by soine who do not understand what Hookeris theology really was. But to all this exceeding definiteness of belief, Irving united a most ardent love of truth and an extraordinary receptivity of new impressions. He had been reckoned in Scotland, of course ...

DR. PUSEY'S EIRENICON

... that the Churches e Rome and England should be on the samne terms towards each other as those of England, Scotland, and the United States. This would imply concessions on the part of Rome which no one can suppose the Roman see will ever make. Its fundamental ...

LE MARQUIS DE LANROSE.*

... the civil marriage, in the library of the chateau, Lambert handed her over to him. So ended the action of volume first- Le Mari Impr-vu. In volume second, Les Vacances de la Comtesse, the subject was Valentine's married life. The pair united by so ...

THE MAROONS OF JAMAICA.*

... sides of England. He described them as savages, having no moral sense, and not understanding what the laws and customs of civil nations mean, who destroyed his men remorselessly wherever they could, giving no quarter. Mosquito Indians were imported from ...

OPINION IN THE WEEKLY REVIEWS

... it will doubtless yet bear fruits. The Spectator has pointed out for years the danger of so expanding the suffrage that the United Kingdom would be governed in the last resort by the handicrafts alone, but government by working men only is no worse than ...