Sketches of imposture, deception, and credulity. A history of the Bastille.
Not only did Joseph Gould marry a Gilbert, but so did a son and a grandson. Stories for Young Persons. The Accidence and Principles of English Grammar. Spotted a problem with this article? Davenport resided for the last eleven years of his life at Brunswick Cottage, Park Street, Camberwell, a freehold house of which he was the owner. He became ill during work on the canal, and had to recuperate back at the Gould family home Pilsbury Grange near Hartington in Derbyshire 9.
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The author is a. Aldo, the British Captive.
Stories for Young Persons. By a Clergyman's Widow. Stories of the Animal World; arranged so as to form a systematic intro- duction to Zoology.
By the Reverend B. Aide is a tale intended to exhibit Christianity and domestic slavery amongst the Romans, together with the uncertain tenure of life and fortune in all conditions under the empire, finishing with the martyrdom of youth and beauty.
Persons displays Miss SEDOWICK'S well-known power of imparting grace and interest to common subjects ; giving us in the American stories, glimpses of domestic life in the school-room and family parlour on the other side of the Atlantic. Summer Rambles is a series of little didactic conversations on various topics, between a clergyman's widow and her young family,—amiable in feeling, pleasing in style, and not devoid of instruction ; but the inexperience of the writer in authorcraft causes a mixture of the manner of age with the matter of childhood.
In Stories of the Animal World, Mr. DRAPER runs lightly through the whole Linnsean arrangement, informing his young reader respecting orders and families, whilst he amuses him by striking facts. The poetesses, as might be expected, pour forth numerous tri- butes of tender and graceful sentiment coming from the heart; and Woanst- WORTH'S profound perception of the innocence and simplicity of childhood often touches the feelings in these pages: Life of Arthur Duke of Wellington.