Bibliotheca philologica, Bind 29–32

Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1876

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Side 142 - CYPRUS. Cyprus: its Ancient Cities, Tombs, and Temples. A Narrative of Researches and Excavations during Ten Years
Side 218 - The Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley," with a New Life of Stucley, from Unpublished Sources ; "Nobody and Somebody," " Histriomastix," "The Prodigal Son," "Jack Drum's Entertainement," "A Warning for Fair Women," with Reprints of the Accounts of the Murder ; and
Side 19 - THE MYTHOLOGY OF GREECE AND ROME, with Special Reference to its Use in Art. From the German. Edited by GH BIANCHI. 64 Illustrations. New Edition. Crown 8vo, 5s. SETON-KARR (HW), FRGS, etc.— BEAR HUNTING IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS; or, Alaska and British Columbia Revisited. Illustrated. Large Crown, 4s. 6d. TEN YEARS' TRAVEL AND SPORT IN FOREIGN Lands ; or, Travels in the Eighties.
Side 77 - Atelier (The) du Lys ; or, an Art Student in the Reign of Terror. By the Author of
Side 53 - JAINISM ; OR, THE EARLY FAITH OF ASOKA. With Illustrations of the Ancient Religions of the East, from the Pantheon of the Indo-Scythians. To which is added a Notice on Bactrian Coins and Indian Dates. By Edward Thomas, FRS 8vo, pp.
Side 145 - A General History of Greece from the Earliest Period to the Death of Alexander the Great, with a sketch of the subsequent History to the present time. New Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth, price 7*. 6d. Tales of Ancient Greece.
Side 258 - THE TURKISH VADE-MECUM OF OTTOMAN COLLOQUIAL LANGUAGE: Containing a Concise Ottoman Grammar ; a Carefully Selected Vocabulary Alphabetically Arranged, in two Parts, English and Turkish, and Turkish and English ; Also a few Familiar Dialogues and Naval and Military Terms. The whole in English Characters, the Pronunciation being fully indicated. By J. W. Redhouse, MRAS Third Edition.
Side 46 - Gesta Romanorum ; or, Entertaining Stories, invented by the Monks as a Fireside Recreation, and commonly applied in their Discourses from the Pulpit.
Side 233 - Conversation dans une ruelle de Paris sur Molière défunt, par Donneau de Visé (1673). — L'Ombre de Molière, par Marcoureau de Brécourt (1674)- — Vie de Molière en abrégé, par la Grange (1682). — M. de Molière, par Adrien Baillet (1686). — Poquelin de Molière, par Charles Perrault (1697); etc- Avec une Notice par APMalussis.

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