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Stranica 175 - ... French Canadian dwelling-house. It was one story, weather-boarded, and painted white. It had a piazza with vines growing on it. There were flower-beds in front of the house. The other buildings consisted of dwellings for officers and their families, a school-house, a retail store, warehouses and shops. A short distance from the fort, on the bank of the river, was a village of more than fifty houses, for the mechanics and servants, and their families, built in rows so as to form streets. Here...
Stranica 2 - Industrial History of Free Nations, Considered in Relation to their Domestic Institutions and External Policy. By W. TORRENS M'CULLAGH. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. 24*.
Stranica 3 - Qtories from the Italian Poets, Being a Summary in Prose of the Commedia of Dante, and the most celebrated Narratives of Pulci, Boiardo, Ariosto, and Tasso, with Comments throughout, occasional Passages versified, and Critical Notices of the Lives and Genius of the Authors.
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Stranica 3 - SURTEES' (WE) SKETCH OF THE LIVES OF LORDS STOWELL AND ELDON ; Comprising, with Additional Matter, some Corrections of Mr. Twiss's Work on the Chancellor. By WILLIAM EDWAED SUHTEES, DCL, Barrister-at-Law.
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