Norton's Hand-book to Europe, Or, How to Travel in the Old World

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Charles B. Norton, 1860 - 243 Seiten
 

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Seite 123 - I'm with you once again ! I hold to you the hands you first beheld, To show they still are free. Methinks I hear A spirit in your echoes answer me, And bid your tenant welcome to his home Again! O sacred forms, how proud you look! How high you lift your heads into the sky ! How huge you are! how mighty and how free!
Seite 249 - BRACK'S DOELEN HOTEL, situated in the centre of the Town, and most convenient for visitors on pleasure or business. It commands a splendid view of the Quays, Ac.; and, being conducted on a liberal scale, it is patronised by the highest classes of society in Holland. It is also much frequented by English Travellers for the comfort and first-rate accommodation it affords, as well as for the invariable civility shown to visitors.
Seite 258 - BYFIELD. The Paper and Watermarks have also been made expressly, as near as possible, like the original ; and the book is accompanied by a few remarks of a practical nature, which have been suggested during the progress of the fount, and the necessary study and comparison of Caxton's Works with those of his contemporaries in Germany, by Mr. V. FIGGINS, who spent two years' " labour of love " in cutting the matrixes for the type.
Seite 249 - It is conducted under the Immediate superintendence of the Proprietor, who endeavours, by the most strict attention and exceedingly Moderate Prices, to merit the continued patronage of English and American visitors.
Seite 258 - THE GAME OF THE CHESSE," the First Book printed in England by WILLIAM CAXTON, reproduced in facsimile from a copy in the British Museum, with a few Remarks on Caxton's Typographical Productions, by VINCENT FIGGINS.
Seite 253 - LONDON. Established nearly a Century. "THE TIMES" of April 14th, states:— "In no other place in Europe are so many touching and important memorials of the great Emperor to be found; even for a National Collection, our gallant Allies might be proud to possess the relics which are here preserved. Madame...
Seite 249 - It is also much frequented by English Travellers for the comfort and first-rate accommodation it affords, as well as for the invariable civility shown to visitors. Cold and warm baths may be had at any hour — Carriages for hire. Table d'Hote at half-past four, or dinner
Seite 249 - ... sleeping apartments, elegant sitting-rooms, and a garden for the use of visitors. It is conducted under the immediate superintendence of the Proprietor, who endeavours, by the most strict attention and exceedingly moderate prices, to merit the continued patronage of English visitors. The "Times
Seite 257 - With a descriptive narrative by the author of "The Times" letters from the allied camp.
Seite 257 - The Art of Illuminating, as practised in Europe from the Earliest Times. Illustrated by Initial Letters and Alphabets, selected from the British Museum, South Kensington Museum, and other valuable Collections. By W. 11. TIMMS. With an Essay on the Art, and Instructions as to its Practice in the Present Day, by DIGBY WYATT, Architect.

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