Mr. William Barwick Hodge examined the records and despatches in the War-Office in London, and from these and other sources prepared an exceedingly valuable and instructive paper on "The Mortality arising from Military Operations," which was read before the London Statistical Society, and printed in the nineteenth volume of the Society's journal.
See article on "Treitschke," by W.H. Dawson, in the Nineteenth Century for January 1915.
The great jubilation during the latter half of the nineteenth centuryfrom 1851 onwardsover world-wide trade and Industrial Exhibitions, as the heralds of the world's peace and amitya jubilation voiced in Tennyson's earlier Locksley Hallwas to a certain extent justified.
Camden, however, tells us that he saw the foundations at low water; they lay about a mile to the east of the little church of Our Lady, which remained complete until the middle of the nineteenth century, when it was all pulled down except the chancel which we see to-day in the graveyard which it serves as chapel.
He turned and looked at her, sitting in a graceful attitude, the incarnation of a most refined and nineteenth-century misfortune.
A man, if it please you, with a purposea purpose at the latter end of the nineteenth century, when most of us, having decided that there is no future, take it upon ourselves to despise the present.
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The piety of a court jester in the twelfth century, when the science of medicine was wholly empirical, founded one of the most valuable medical schools of the nineteenth century.
At last the nineteenth prisoner was introduced.
I need not enumerate the long catalogue of illustrious literary women in the nineteenth century in France, in Germany, in England, and even in the United States.
He was a strange little man, a nineteenth century villain in a sense.
All the successive changes which reforms and revolutions have wrought have been towards representative and constitutional governments,as in England and France in the nineteenth century.
Magnus's English Literature in the Nineteenth Century.
Saintsbury's A History of English Literature in the Nineteenth Century.
Payne's The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century.
All of these are given in Page's British Poets of the Nineteenth Century.
Read Dover Beach, Memorial Verses, Stanzas in Memory of the Author of "Obermann" and Sohrab and Rustum (Page's British Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Bronson, IV., Manly, I.).
How does his poetry show one phase of nineteenth-century thought? Arnold's Essays, Literary and Critical are published in Everyman's Library.
Read the essay, Leonardo da Vinci (Dickinson and Roe's Nineteenth Century Prose, pp. 338-368), from Pater's "golden book," The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Literature.
Representative selections from Browning's poems are given in Page's British Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Oxford Book of Victorian Verse, Bronson, IV., Manly, I., and Century.
Selections are given in Page's British Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Bronson, IV., Oxford Book of Victorian Verse, Manly, I., and Century.
The most of the above are given in Page's British Poets of the Nineteenth Century, Bronson, IV., Manly, I., Century, Oxford Book of Victorian Verse.
Wealth incomparable, scientific achievements unexampled in their number and magnitude, facile means of swift intercommunication between peoples, have all worked together towards an earthly realization of the early nineteenth-century dream of proximate and unescapable millennium.
Immediately, and with conspicuous ability, they took hold of the problem, solved its difficulties, developed its possibilities, and by the end of the nineteenth century had made it master of the world.
It was not until the nineteenth century, whose speculative genius is a sort of living Hamlet, that the tragedy of Hamlet could find such wondering readers.