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Cyclopædia of wit and wisdom
|Other titles||Selection of choice anecdotes|
|Statement||compiled from authentic sources by F. Wiseman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||512 p. :|
|Number of Pages||512|
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Full text of "The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic Selections from the " See other formats. The greatest collection of Irish wit, wisdom and humor ever published. The best of humorous quotes, witty observations, and funny one-liners from those hailing from the Emerald Isle.
"Ireland sober is Ireland stiff." Irish Wit, Wisdom & Humor collects over witticisms, musings, deep thoughts, and one-liners from and about Ireland and its. The American Cyclopædia ()/Lokman.Dutch, and German, and despite their mediocrity in respect to wit and syntax, they continue to be used as an elementary text book of the Arabic language.
The more recent editions are by Caussin de Perceval (Paris, ), Freytag (Bonn, ), Schier (Dresden, ), Cherbonneau (Paris, ; new ed. Full text of "The cyclopædia of wit and humor: containing choice and characteristic selections from the writings of the most eminent humorists of America, Ireland, Scotland, and England " See other formats.
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Wit and wisdom in an up-to-date quotation book, ([Milwaukee, Printed by C. Schutz], c), by Charles Frederick Schutz (page images at HathiTrust) Dictionary of quotations, from the Latin, French, Greek, Spanish, and Italian languages: also including maxims, proverbs, law phrases, family mottoes, & c., carefully translated into English.
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ePub: KB. Cyclopædia of American literature, embracing personal Cyclopædia of wit and wisdom book critical notices of authors, and selections from their writings, from the earliest period to the present day by Evert A Duyckinck (Book) 17 editions published in in English and held by.
Of this noble text book of Political and Civil Laws, the Cyclopædia Britannica says, “this is the most valuable contribution to national literature which has appeared in modern times.” In translating this work, we occasionally availed ourselves of the critical German version of Pierre, published in Discourses on the whole Book of Esther.
To which are added Sermons on parental duties, on military courage, etc (). by George LAWSON (D.D.) An easy temper is a very dangerous one, when it is not under the powerful restraints of is vain to boast of -a ready.
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Abbey's collected works, Poems of Henry Abbey, first appeared inpublished by D. Appleton. This book was republished—enlarged from to pages—at Abbey's expense inand in it was published again at the author's expense with thirteen poems added.
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A too indulgent public having promptly rendered necessary a new edition of this book, we are forced to render it less unworthy of the suffrages which it has obtained, by reviewing it with severe attention, by introducing a mass of corrections in detail, and a considerable number of additions, among which the only ones that need be indicated here are some pages on Christianity at the.
Appletons’ Cyclopædia of American Biography, “I find it the most extraordinary piece of wit and wisdom that America has yet contributed and contributed to the adoption of the Maine law. He has published in book-form a “Family Memorial” (San Francisco, ), and “History of the Anti-Slavery Cause in State and.
The delight is our natural response to the monuments of creativity and wisdom, kept alive by quotations, a communal bond uniting us with past culture and with other lovers of words and ideas in our own time.
~Fred R. Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations, (Introduction). thorough insight into the Index, by which the whole book is governed and turned, like ﬁshes, by the tail Thus men catch knowledge by throwing their wit on the posteriors of a book, as boys do sparrows by ﬂinging salt upon the tail.".
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Two theological treatises: the first shewing the nature of wit, wisdom, and folly. The second describing the nature, use, and abuse of the tongue Ward, Richard The life of Dr. Henry More Ward, Robert P. De Clifford; or the constant man De Vere; or the man of independence Novatian’s book stood in Tertullian’s name in the mss.
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Full text of "The National cyclopædia of American biography: being the history of the United States as illustrated in the lives of the founders, builders, and defenders of the republic, and of the men and women who are doing the work and moulding the thought of the present time, edited by distinguished biographers, selected from each state, revised and approved by the most.
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