Designed Principally for the Use of Young Persons (1824).
Designed Principally for the Use of Young Persons (1824). By. Mrs John Hurford.
State, for the Use of Young Persons and Schools. By land Letters on French History, from the earliest Period to the Battle of waterloo. History and Biography, designed principally for the Use of Young Persons. Letters on French History, from the earliest Period to the Battle of waterloo. A Compendious Chart of Ancient. By Mrs. John Hurford. Price 8s. 6d. in sheets; 10s. folded in boards; or 12s. on canvass and roller, or in a Case. A Brief Summary of Ancient History, arranged in Periods; intended as a Companion to the above.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John Hurford books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. A Brief Summary of Ancient History, Designed as a Companion to 'a Compendious Chart of Ancient History and Biography'. John Hurford (Mrs ). 07 Sep 2011.
A Summary History of New-England is an 18th-century history book regarding New England by the American author, Hannah Adams. It was first published in Dedham, Massachusetts in 1799, by Herman Mann and James H. Adams, and followed her A View of Religions, which was published in 1784
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1819: George Paxton (Rev), Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: in three Parts. 1. From the Geography of the East. 2. From the Natural History of the East. 3. From the Customs of Ancient and Modern Nations. Lant Carpenter married Anna or Hannah Penn, daughter of John Penn and Mary, in 1806 in Worcester
A Brief History Of Philosophy book Considering this book is a summary of and introduction to over a dozen philosophers-and not their actual works-I found it did . .
A Brief History Of Philosophy book. It was VERY helpful and could be of use to anyone interested in an introductory book on the most influential philosophers in the West from the past 2,500 years. Oct 30, 2017 Ajay Palekar rated it it was amazing. Considering this book is a summary of and introduction to over a dozen philosophers-and not their actual works-I found it did a fantastic job of keeping me intrigued.
Ancient Hebrew law required a man to become the husband of a deceased brother's widow. Unmarried guests scrambled for the pieces, and they would place them under their pillows to aid their own fortunes in marriage. But even in these early times, marriage was much about love and desire as it was social and economic stability. In its roundness, the engagement ring, a custom dating back to the Ancient Rome, is believed to represent eternity and everlasting union. It was once believed a vein or nerve ran directly from the 'ring' finger of the left hand to the heart. It is believed that the tradition of having a wedding cake stems from this strange custom.