The Making of England Vol.II

Green, John Richard

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Title: The Making of England Vol.II
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Green, J. R.
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Book Description Macmillan, London, 1897. Book Condition: Fair. Cover slightly scuffed. Backstrip faded. University sticker on front cover. Some dampstaining on inside covers. Clean pages. Edge of pageblock wrinkled. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library. With usual stamps and markings. With owner's name and inscription inside cover. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Bookseller Inventory # 578795

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Lover, Samuel, 1797-1868
Published by [New York] P. F. Collier & Son, [1904] (1904)
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Book Description [New York] P. F. Collier & Son, [1904], 1904. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. viii, [263]-529 pp ; 24 cm. ; LC: PZ3.L945; Dewey: 823.91 ; OCLC: 12038333 ; green cloth ; mottled ; Contents : CHAPTER XXII A Trial of Temper, and a Trial by Battle -- CHAPTER XXIII Containing De Lacy's Letter, - contrasting the Conditions of Ireland and England -- CHAPTER XXIV Showing how a Gentleman might not dress himself as he pleased Forty Years ago, in Ireland -- CHAPTER XXV Showing how a Pass may defend a Soldier, as well as a Soldier defend a Pass; and how a Man in Authority may order Sabres for One, without admiring Pistols for Two -- CHAPTER XXVI A Subterranean Meeting - The Sudden Appearance of an Unexpected Agent, threatening the Imprisonment and Death of De Welskein and his Party -- CHAPTER XXVII De Lacy departs for France -Rory gives a Hint for making Good Punch; and Scrubbs proves the Fallacy of the Saying, that a Man finds his Warmest Welcome at an Inn -- CHAPTER XXVIII Giving an Example of Magisterial Severity and Maternal Tenderness -- CHAPTER XXIX Showing how like a Gentleman a Tinker is when he thinks he is dying -- CHAPTER XXX Which will explain itself -- CHAPTER XXXI In which Rory makes his First Trip to Sea a Voyage of Discovery -- CHAPTER XXXII Containing many Sapient Observations on Frenchmen and Frigates, English Subjects, Foreigners, etc -- CHAPTER XXXIII Cupid in Paris -- CHAPTER XXXIV Showing how New Enemies arise out of Old Loves -- CHAPTER XXXV Showing how Useful Old Love-Letters are in Cold Weather -- CHAPTER XXXVI The Disappointed Enthusiast cools down, and Rory falls into a Strange Religious Error -- CHAPTER XXVII A Mysterious Meeting -- CHAPTER XXXVIII Containing Solomon's Examination and its Results -- CHAPTER XXXIX The Attack; showing how different is the Conduct of Soldiers and Yeomanry, in the Battle and after it -- CHAPTER XL In which Rory seeks his Home but finds it not -- CHAPTER XLI Joy visits the House of Mourning, but does not seem to like her Quarters -- CHAPTER XLII Containing an Explanatory Letter -- CHAPTER XLIII Rory indulges in Gloomy Anticipations -- CHAPTER XLIV The Glorious Privilege of Trial by Jury -- CHAPTER XLV Showing how the Verdict for the Hanging of One produces the Banishment of Many -- CHAPTER XLVI In which Rory follows De Lacy's Advice and his own Inclinations -- CHAPTER XLVII De Lacy muses like a Gentleman but feels like a Man; and the Reader is told all the Author can tell him, and is left to guess the Rest ; G. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 006593

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