New Monthly Magazine, Volumen18

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, William Ainsworth, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood
E. W. Allen, 1826

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Página 390 - Vice-President, and President. And lastly, a Visitor and Rector of the University. In these different offices, with scarcely any interval between them, I have been in the public service now sixty-one years; and during the far greater part of the time, in foreign countries or in other States.
Página 29 - A PICTURE OF GREECE in 1825 : as exhibited in the Personal Narratives of JAMES EMERSON, Esq., COUNT PECCHIO, and WH HUMPHREYS, Esq.
Página 221 - The EXPECTATIONS formed by the ASSYRIANS, that a GREAT DELIVERER would appear, about the time of our Lord's advent, demonstrated.
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