This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...at first, happen luckily to lie pretty much as one would desire, --here the great flint stones, here the pebbles--and diamonds too. ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...at first, happen luckily to lie pretty much as one would desire, --here the great flint stones, here the pebbles--and diamonds too. The men of genius knew all this, said more than all this, in their way and proper place on the outside, where Miss M. is still saying something of the kind--to be taken up in its time by some other Mr. Cobden and talked about, and beleaguered. But such people cannot or will not see where their office begins and advantageously ends; and that there is such a thing as influencing the influencers, playing the Bentham to the Cobden, the Barry to a Commission for Public Works, the Lough to the three or four industrious men with square paper caps who get rules and plummets and dot the blocks of marble all over as his drawings indicate. So you and I will go to Salerno or L (not to the L--akes, Heaven forefend!) and if we ' let sail winged words, freighted with truth from the throne of God'--we may be sure Ah, presumption all of it! Then, you shall fill the words with their freight, and I will look on and love you, --is that too much? Yes--for any other--No--for one you know is yours--Your very own. For the quick departing yesterday our day was not spoken of.. it is Saturday, is it not? E. B. B. to B. B. Tuesday Evening. Post-mark, July 1, 1846. Thank you for letting me see dear Mr. Kenyon's letter. He loves you, admires you, trusts you. When what is done cannot be undone, then he will forgive you besides--that is, he will forgive both of us, and set himself to see all manner of good where now he would see evil if we asked him to look. So we will not, if you please, ask him to look on the encouragement of ever so many more kind notes, pleasant as they are to read, and worthy to trust to, under certain conditions. Dear Mr....
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. 570 p. Includes: illustrations, index. + ADV Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, London, 1899. Volume Two. Top edge gilt, deckled edges, and contains never read, unopened pages. Green binding with gold boarder and lettering on the spine.
Very Good+ Two volume set, presumed first edition, 1898, hardcovers with gilt stamped green cloth boards, octavos, 574pp. and 571pp., b&w frontispiece in each volume, otherwise not illustrated. Books VG+ with wear to spine ends and corners, mild toning to spines, bindings tight, endpapers off-set, texts clean and unmarked with mild toning throughout, handsome gilt to top edges of text blocks. No DJs.
1141 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition considering its age. LETTERS. The correspondence contained in these volumes is printed exactly as it appears in the original letters, without alteration, except in respect of obvious slips of the pen. Even the puncutation, with its characteristic dots and dashes, has for the most part been preserved. (Key Words: Correspondence, Poets, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Letters).
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