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Side 141 - It is one of those plants which do not grow in the ground by a root of their own, but fix themselves upon other plants; whence they have been humorously styled parasitical, as being hangers-on, or dependents.
Side 196 - Sandford and Merton, in Words of One Syllable. With Illustrations printed in Colours by KRONHEIM. Handsomely bound in cloth gilt . . . . . . . 3s. 6d.
Side 41 - Ha! my friend, said the first, is it you? I am glad to see you. Where have you been this long time? All your acquaintance have been in pain about you, lest some accident should have befallen you. Why, replied the other, I am indeed a sort of stranger, for you must know I am but just returned from a long journey.
Side 198 - HOW COCK-SPARROW SPENT HIS CHRISTMAS. 2. THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. 3. QUEER CREATURES, DRAWN BY ONE OF THEMSELVES. 4.
Side 156 - W. I got to the high field next our house just as the sun was setting, and I stood looking at it till it was quite lost. What a glorious sight! The clouds were tinged purple and crimson and yellow of all shades and hues, and the clear sky varied from blue to a fine green at the horizon. But how large the sun appears just as it sets ! I think it seems twice...
Side 196 - Illustrated, and bound in cloth extra, gilt lettered 3s. 6d. The Queen of the Tournament, and Butterfly Ball at Maperley Hall. By the Author of "Mince-Pie Island.
Side 152 - I saw a man in a boat who was catching eels in an odd way. He had a long pole with broad iron prongs at the end, just like Neptune's trident, only there were five instead of three. This he pushed straight down among the mud in the deepest parts of the river, and fetched up the eels sticking between the prongs.
Side 1 - we don't burn stones, or eat grease and powdered seeds, or wear skins and caterpillars' webs, or play with tigers." "No !" said the Captain; "pray what are coals but stones ; and is not butter, grease ; and corn, seeds ; and leather, skins ; and silk, the web of a kind of caterpillar ; and may we not as well call a cat an animal of the...