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A School Latin Dictionary, by Charlton T. Lewis, Ph.D.

Ovid's Tristia, edited with prolegomena, apparatus crlticus, notes, Sec, by Sidney G. Owen, M.A.

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late Rector of Lincoln College, 2 vols. Unpublished Letters of David Hume to William Strahan, edited with notes, &c, by

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The Landnama-B6c, edited by G. Vigfusson,

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by R. S. Wright, B.C.L. English Language And Literature:— A Translation of the Beowulf in English Prose,

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Legend of Good Women, edited by the Rev.

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The Graphical and Statical Calculus, by L. Cremona, authorised English translations by T. Hudson Beare, M.A.

A Manual of Crystallography, by N. S. StoryMaskelyne, M.A.

A Class-Book of Chemistry, by W. W. Fisher, Aldrichian Demonstrator of Chemistry.

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Geography for Schools, Part II., by Alfred

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dans l'Histoire d'une Theorie, by J. E. Marsh,

M.A.

Foreign Biological Memoirs, translated under

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George Haslam. Count H. von Solms-Laubach's Introduction to

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Garnsey, and edited by I. Bayley Balfour,

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