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Page 4 - Old Country Life," as healthy wholesome reading, full of breezy life and movement, full of quaint stories vigorously told, will not be excelled by any book to be published throughout the year. Sound, hearty, and English to the core.
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Page 3 - MA Illustrated. THE MECHANICS OF DAILY LIFE. By VP SELLS, MA Illustrated. ENGLISH SOCIAL REFORMERS. By H. DE B. GIBBINS, Litt.D., MA ENGLISH TRADE AND FINANCE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
Page 2 - A compact and clear story of our industrial development. A study of this concise but luminous book cannot fail to give the reader a clear insight into the principal phenomena of our industrial history. The editor and publishers are to be congratulated on this first volume of their venture, and we shall look with expectant interest for the succeeding volumes of the series.'— University Extension Journal.
Page 4 - Times. S. Baring Gould. FREAKS OF FANATICISM. By S. BARING GOULD. Third Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s. 'Mr. Baring Gould has a keen eye for colour and effect, and the subjects he has chosen give ample scope to his descriptive and analytic faculties. A perfectly fascinating book.'— Scottish Leader.
Page 1 - A series of volumes upon those topics of social, economic, and industrial interest that are at the present moment foremost in the public mind. Each volume of the series is written by an author who is an acknowledged authority upon the subject with which he deals.