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Page 8 - Turner's (The) Companion: Containing Instructions in Concentric, Elliptic, and Eccentric Turning : also various Plates of Chucks, Tools, and Instruments ; and Directions for using the Eccentric Cutter, Drill, Vertical Cutter, and Circular Rest ; with Patterns and Instructions for working them.
Page 6 - A Theodicy ; or, Vindication of the DIVINE GLORY as MANIFESTED in the CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT OF THE MORAL WORLD. By ALBERT TAYLOR BLEDSOE. LL.D., Professor of Mathematics in the University of Virginia. Dedicated to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. [Ready. " Considering the Importance of...
Page 36 - Secondly, I was confident in the truth of a certain definite religious teaching, based upon this foundation of dogma; viz. that there was a visible Church with sacraments and rites which are the channels of invisible grace, I thought that this was the doctrine of Scripture, of the early Church, and of the Anglican Church.
Page 26 - You will be shocked at my avowal that I am every day becoming a less and less loyal son of the Reformation. It appears to me plain that in all matters which seem to us indifferent or even doubtful, we should conform our practices to those of the Church, which has preserved its traditionary practices unbroken. We cannot know about any seemingly indifferent practice of the Church of Rome...
Page 6 - Velvet Lawn ' is exceedingly well conceived, and the interest never flags. " — Index. "It will find many readers, having attractions for the more thoughtful as well as the mere devourers of sensationalism.
Page 123 - What, sir, ought a Foreign Secretary to be? Is he to be like some gallant knight at a tournament of old, pricking forth into the lists, armed at all points, confiding in his sinews and his skill, challenging all comers for the sake of honor, and having no other duty than to lay as many as possible of his adversaries sprawling in the dust?
Page 9 - Is. 6d. NEALE— ESSAYS ON LITURGIOLOGY AND CHURCH HISTORY. By the Rev. JM NEALE, DD 1 vol., 8vo, 18s. NORTHCOTE— TWENTY YEARS OF FINANCIAL POLICY. A Summary of the Chief Financial Measures passed between 1842 and 1861, with a Table of Budgets. By Sir STAFFORD H. NORTHCOTE, Bart., MP, 1 vol., 8vo, 14s. ONGARA— BARON RICASOLI, Prime Minister of Italy. A Biography. From the Italian of F. DALL
Page 72 - Mr. Gladstone seems to us to be, in many respects, exceedingly well qualified for philosophical investigation. His mind is of large grasp ; nor is he deficient in dialectical skill. But he does not give his intellect fair play. There is no want of light, but a great want of what Bacon would have called dry light. Whatever Mr. Gladstone sees is refracted and distorted by a false medium of passions and prejudices.