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Página 229 - Broad Grins,'' " My Nightgown and Slippers," and other Humorous Works, Prose and Poetical, of GEORGE COLMAN. With Life by GB BUCKSTONE, and Frontispiece by HOGARTH. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 7s.
Página 227 - PHIZ," and other artists, SIR NOEL PATON, MILLAIS. JOHN TENNIEL, RICHARD DOYLE, and M. ELLEN EDWARDS have now contributed several exquisite pictures, thus making the new edition — which is TWICE THE SIZE OF THE OLD ONE, and contains irresistibly funny pieces— THE BEST BOOK FOR THE DRAWING-ROOM TABLE NOW PUBLISHED.
Página 227 - AUTOCRAT OF THE BREAKFAST TABLE." A volume of delightfully humorous Poems, very similar to the mirthful verses of Tom Hood. Readers will not be disappointed with this work.
Página 229 - Few, If any. could have guessed the power and beauty of the thoughts that possessed her soul, and found expression in language at once pure and melodious.
Página 229 - Infelicia. Poems by Adah Isaacs Menken. Illustrated with NUMEROUS GRACEFULLY PENCILLED DESIGNS DRAWN ON WOOD, BY ALFRED CONCANEN. Dedicated, by permission, to CHARLES DICKENS, with photographic facsimile of his letter, and a very beautifully engraved portrait of the Authoress. In green and gold, 5s. 6d. "A pathetic little volume exquisitely got up.
Página 1 - It Is a bright, clever little book, in which we find a great deal of good rhyme. and some genuine and pleasing poetry. There are several charming pictures of the historic group. which we know from Horace Walpole's letters and Sir Joshua's p&iatings."- Morning Star.
Página 227 - There is no doubt that Mr. Cholmondeley Pennell's merry volume of verse, entitled 'Puck on Pegasus,' which has reached a sixth edition, merits the honour and success of that unquestionable proof of popularity. The book has been reviewed over and over again." — Daily Telegraph. " . . . . Splendid verse. The sixth edition— on the merits of the book it ought to be the sixtieth — is published in exquisite garb by Mr. Hotten. Those who do not already know the wonderful swing of Mr. Cholmondeley...
Página 229 - The best verses of their kind since 'English Bards and Scotch Reviewers.'" — The Queens Messenger. "One of the most powerful satires of modern times.