The Comic Almanack for 1836: An Ephemeris in Jest and Ernest ..

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Charles Tilt [Tilt & Brogue], 1836
 

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Page 103 - Year Book of Facts in Science and Art, exhibiting the most important Discoveries and Improvements in Mechanics, Useful Arts, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Meteorology, Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, Geography, Antiquities, etc.
Page 340 - THE GEORGIAN ERA: Modern British Biography since the Reign of Queen Anne ; comprising nearly Two Thousand Memoirs of the most Eminent Persons who have flourished in Britain from that period to the Demise of George the Fourth, chronologically arranged. Handsomely bound in cloth, with the contents of each volume lettered in gold; forming a handsome and beautiful ornament to the Library.
Page 333 - Glossary of Architecture. Explanation of the Terms used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture, exemplified by many Hundred Woodcuts. Fifth Edition, much enlarged. 3 vols. 8vo. 48s. Introduction to Gothic Architecture. By the Editor of the " Glossary ;" with numerous Illustrations, 4s.
Page 64 - The British Angler's Manual; or, The Art of Angling in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. With some Account of the Principal Rivers, Lakes and Trout Streams in the United Kingdom, with Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Trolling and Angling at the Bottom, and more Particularly for the Trout.
Page 333 - Stuart's Antiquities of Athens, And other Monuments of Greece. With Seventy Plates, accurately reduced from the great work of Stuart and Revett ; and a Chronological Table, forming a valuable Introduction to the Study of Grecian Architecture.
Page 75 - ART, being an Adaptation of the Experience of Professors to the practice of Amateurs, illustrated by 18 coloured Plates, post Svo, cloth gilt, 8>.
Page 67 - This is an extraordinary performance. Such an union of the painter, the poet, and the novelist, in one person, is unexampled. A tithe of the talent that goes to making the stories would set up a dozen of annual writers ; and a tithe of the inventive genius that IB displayed in the illustrations would furnish a gallery.
Page 67 - AND CHRISTIANITY: A Popular History of the Treatment of the Natives, in all their Colonies, by the Europeans. By WILLIAM HOWITT. Post 8vo.
Page 329 - The Comic Latin Grammar : A New and Facetious Introduction to the Latin Tongue. Profusely illustrated with Humorous Engravings by Leech. New Edition, 5s. cloth. " Without exception the most richly comic work we hare ever seen.

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