On this page
- Departments (1)
280 NOTICES OF BOOKS.
XLIV.—NOTICES OF BOOKS.
Notes on Wild Flowers. By a Lad Place y....
Princesses Are There In Own Credulous Wa...
the diamonds mouth ; ; a and kind a heart gentle will heart mak will e a g p ive leasan a love t sm abl ile e look play to round the
kind wh The ole face princess , that heart hung will 1 win down if peop her le to head ll love : you u iable I . " must have lwill a g thin ood k _^
well , of gentle meI will , try for I a am rea and y am then I will , peop put the golden
comb in m . y hair again /' year , "But until then I advise to ive it back to
you gyour godmother The princess . " set to work to amend her faults , and at the end
peo she of the p had le year t no houg time she ht of to had her think g ; rown indeed of it wiser she th found an to so wi much sh to kno to do w wha - that t
. given It was her the perh golden aps as side well - , comb as h , for godmo a fairy ther gift once ld no re t turned have
can never be obtained again . Julia Goddard .
280 Notices Of Books.
280 NOTICES OF BOOKS .
Xliv.—Notices Of Books.
XLIV . —NOTICES OF BOOKS .
Notes On Wild Flowers. By A Lad Place Y....
Notes on Wild Flowers . By a Lad Place y . . London : Bivingtons , 3 Waterloo
who It mi ght almost t some be said knowled that no of one botany can fully enjoy even the country much
perusal acquaintance of this with very the s teres cience t ge ing as vol may ume be , , would acquired be found from the to
according con rinci sidera pal b n to y ativ the enhance e month lants the including in p which leasure even th of ey rural chiefl forest strolls trees appear . are , Classed all h our ere
p described , and , in p pop , ular and easy style , their properties , and uses set forthand their historical or legendary associations
narrated . The , work professes to be nothing more than a com- ' pilation , but it is a very careful and , in some respects , even
exhaustive one , all that could possess any interest for the one general view reader The being onl * point gathered in which from man we y could various desire sources improve , into
ment would . be as regards y the descriptionswhich in too many cases seem insufficient for identification . , Ifas we hope
be the casea second edition should be called , forwe would may recommend , the authoress to devote a little more attention , to
or this medical particular purposes , especiall , for y nothing in the case calls of forth plants more useful grati for tude culinary to a
newl botanical y foun writer d plant , th by an the when descri the ptions novice given is able in his to book recogniz . e a
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1864, page 280, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061864/page/64/