A strong feeling for the beauties of nature, as displayed in the solitudes the writers have left at home, breathes through its pages like wholesome village air; and though a circulating library
is a favourable school for the study of such topics, it has very scant allusion to fine clothes, fine marriages, fine houses, or fine life.
There's a circulating library
at the Glen store--but I don't think the committee who pick the books for Mr.
My residence was more favorable, not only to thought, but to serious reading, than a university; and though I was beyond the range of the ordinary circulating library
, I had more than ever come within the influence of those books which circulate round the world, whose sentences were first written on bark, and are now merely copied from time to time on to linen paper.
If the reader will call at the circulating library
and mention my name, he will be furnished with books which will afford him the fullest information concerning Jaffa.
There were none in her father's house; but wealth is luxurious and daring, and some of hers found its way to a circulating library
It it she kept her papers, and a few books, safely shut away from Scrabble, who, being likewise of a literary turn, was fond of making a circulating library
of such books as were left in his way by eating the leaves.
You talked of expected horrors in London -- and instead of instantly conceiving, as any rational creature would have done, that such words could relate only to a circulating library
, she immediately pictured to herself a mob of three thousand men assembling in St.
Lucy opened the scene in these words: "Indeed, ma'am, I traversed half the town in search of it: I don't believe there's a circulating library
in Bath I haven't been at.
He had read some novels from the adjoining circulating library
, and had even bought the story of Inkle and Yarico, which had made him feel very sorry for poor Mr.
He exploded in the three words which mean three volumes in every circulating library
in the kingdom.
In this manner they walked on, very amicably, until they arrived at Miss Knag's brother's, who was an ornamental stationer and small circulating library
keeper, in a by-street off Tottenham Court Road; and who let out by the day, week, month, or year, the newest old novels, whereof the titles were displayed in pen-and-ink characters on a sheet of pasteboard, swinging at his door-post.
He gained the bridge and returned to the north shore, where he remembered having seen in one of the narrower streets a little obscure shop stocked with cheap wood carvings, its walls lined with extremely dirty cardboard-bound volumes of a small circulating library