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Mr. Bedway—continued.

Doctrines of Superior Influence, with the addition of Cagliostro's Mystic Alphabet of the Magi and the Revolutions of the Golden Wheel, by Grand Orient, saj/ient dominabitur astrit.

Marriage and Kinship among Primitive Peoples, a Study of Sexual Morality, by C. Staniland Wake, author of ' Serpent Worship ' 4c.

Lives of Alchemystical Philosophers, based on materials collected in 1815, and Supplemented by Recent Researches, with a Philosophical Demonstration of the True Principles of the Magnum Opus, or great work of Alchemical Re-construction, and some account of the Spiritual Chemistry, by Arthur Edward Waite, to which is added a Bibliography of Alchemy and Hermetic Philosophy.

The White King, or Charles the First, and the Men and Women, Life and Manners, Literature and Art of England in the First Half of the 17th Century, by W. H. Davenport Adams.

Dreams and Dream-Stories, by Anna Bonus Kingsford, M.D. of Paris, President of the Hermetic Society, author of 'The Perfect Way in Diet' Sec 4c, and part author of • The Perfect Way, or the Finding of Christ,' edited by Edward Maitland.

Christian Science Healing, its Principles and Practice, with full explanations for Home Students, by Frances Lord, co-translator of Frobel's ' Mother's Songs, Games and Stories.'

Gilds, their origin, constitution, objects, and later history, by the late Cornelius Walford, F.I.A., F.S.S., F.R.H.S., Barrister-at-Law.

The Influence of the Stars, a handbook of Palmistry and Chirognomancy, Physiognomy, and Astrology, by Rosa Baughan, to which is added a Treatise on the Astrological Significance of Moles on the Human Body, illustrated with a facsimile of the Mystical Wheel of Pythagoras.

Redway's Esoteric Series, vol. I., the Magical Writings of Thomas Vaughan (Engenius PhiUilethes), a verbatim reprint of his first four Treatises, Anthroposophia Theomagica, Anima Magica Abscondita, Magia Adamica, the True Cesium Terra?, with the Latin passages translated into English, and with a Biographical Preface and Essay on the Esoteric Literature of Western Christendom, by Arthur Edward Waite.

The original work on Practical Magic, the Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonu), now first translated and edited from ancient MSS. in the British Museum, by S. Liddell Macgregor Mathers, author of ' The Kabbalah Unveiled,'' The Tarot,' 4c.

Messrs. Reeves and Turner.

The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in Parallel Columns with the Versions of Wycliffe and Tyndale, by the Rev. Joseph Bosworlh, assisted by George Waring, M.A., third edition.

Flower Pieces and Other Poems, by William Allingham, with two designs by D. G. Rossetti.

Walter Hamilton's Collection of Parodies of the Works of English and American Authors, Vol. 5.

Reprint of Robert Browning's Essay to the (Forged) Shelley Letters, published by Moxon in 1852.

Messrs. Reeves ft Turner—continued.

Early Days of Mormonism, by J. H. Kennedy, illustrated.

Halli well's Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, 2 vols., a new edition.

Completion of Drayton's Works in the Library of Old Authors.

The History of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, edited by T. Wright, third edition, 3 vols.

The House of the Wolfings, a Tale in Prose and Verse, by William Morris. The book dealswith the life of the Northern tribes while on the move through Central Europe, and the action of the story hangs upon their first hostile meeting with the Romans.

The Religious Tract Society.

Volumes Op Peeiodicals Fob 1888.

The Boy's Own Annual, the tenth volume of The Boy's Own Paper, containing 832 pages of amusement arid instruction, many engravings.

The Girl's Own Annual, the ninth volume of the Girl's Own Paper, containing 832 pages of interesting and useful reading, profusely illustrated by eminent artists.

Friendly Greetings, illustrated reading for the people, seventeenth half-yearly volume, profusely illustrated with large engravings and with coloured pictures.

The Cottager and Artisan, the volume for 1888, profusely illustrated.

The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor, the volume for 1888, small 4to., embellished with numerous superior engravings, and handsome oleograph frontispiece.

Our Little Dots, pretty stories and pictures for Little Girls and Boys, second volume, in very large type. The Tract Magazine, the volume for 1888, with many engravings. Walks in Palestine, the letterpress by H. A. Harper, author of ' Illustrated Letters to my Children from the Holy Land ' 4c , illustrated by twenty-four photogravures from photographs taken by C. V. Shadbolt, Esq., royal quarto.

Irish Pictures, drawn with Pen and Pencil, by Richard Lovett, M.A., author of 'Norwegian Pictures,' 'Pictures from Holland,' StC, with a map and 133 illustrations from sketches and photographs, imperial 16mo.

Indoor Games and Recreations, including chapters by J. N. Maskelyne, Lieutenant-Colonel Cuthell, Dr. Gordon Stables, R.N., Rev. A. N. Malan, M.A., C. Stansfeld-Hicks, Esq., 4c, the Boy's Own Bookshelf, No. 8, edited by G. A. Hutchison, illustrated with hundreds of engravings, 4to.

The Girl's Own Indoor Book, edited by Charles Peters, profusely illustrated, 4to.

Ernest Hepburn, or, Revenge and Forgiveness, by H. C. Adams, M.A., Vicar of Old Shoreham, author of 'Schoolboy Honour' tec., illustrated by E. Whymper, crown 8vo.

In a Jesuit Net, by H. C. Coape, author of * The Chateau de Louard' Ax., illustrated by Edward Whymper, crown 8vo.

The Happiest Half-Hour, or, Sunday Talks with Children, by Frederick Langbridge, M.A., author of 'Sent back by the Angels' 4c, with many illustrations, small 4to.

Dm Beligions Tract Society—continued.

Through Fire and Through "Water, a story of Adventure and Peril, by T. S. Millington, author of 'Straight to the Mark ' ice, No. 6, Boy's Own Bookshelf, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Harold, the Boy-Earl, a story of Old England, by J. F. Hodgetts, author of 'Edric the Norseman,' ■ Kornak the Viking,' Sec., Boy's Own Bookshelf, No. 7, illustrated, crown 8vo.

All for Number One, or, Charlie Russell's TJps and Downs, a story for boys and girls, by Henry Johnson, author of 'True to His Vow' ice., illustrated by E. Whymper, crown 8vo.

Scripture Natural History, II., Animals of the Bible, by H. Chichester Hart, naturalist to Sir G. Nares' Arctic Expedition and Professor Hull's Palestine Expedition. By-Paths of Bible Knowledge, No. 11, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Louisa of Prussia and other sketches, by Rev. John Kelly, translator of 'Hymns of the Present Century' Ac, with portraits and illustrations, crown 8vo.

Aunt Diana, by Rosa Nouchette Carey, author of ' Not Like Other Girls,'' Esther Cameron's Story,' ic. Girl's Own Bookshelf, No. 10, illustrated, imperial 16mo.

Geoffrey Heywood, or. The Right Way, by Mrs. Cooper, author of ' Nearly in Tort' ice, illustrated.

The Reformation in France after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, by Richard Heath, author of 'Historic Landmarks in the Christian Centuries,' 'The Reformation in France,' ice, Church History Series, No. III., illustrated by portraits, crown 8vo.

Chronicles of an Old Manor House, by the late G. E. Sargent, author of 'The Story of a Pocket Bible ' ice, New Series of Half-Crown Books, No. 11, illustrated, crown 8vo.

A Race for Life, and Other Tales, New HalfCrown Series, No. 12, iUustrated, crown 8vo.

The Treatise of St. Basil the Great on the Holy Spirit, translated, with analysis and notes, by Rev. George Lewis, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford, author of 'Life of Joseph Hall, Bishop of Exeter and Norwich,' Christian Classics Scries, No. 4.

Ilreaking the Fetters, or, The Last of the Galley Slaves, by Emma Leslie, author of.' Dearer than Life ' &c, crown 8vo. illustrated.

More than Conqueror, or, a Boy's Temptations, by Harriette K. Burch, author of 'The Heroines of Haarlem' ice, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Higher Up, by Nellie Hellis, author of 'Three Little Fiddlers,' 'Roving Robin,' ' Gipsy Jan,' Jce, iUustrated, crown 8vo.

Short Biographies for the People; Vol. 5 contains: Philip Doddridge, Bishop Hooper, Philip Henry, Bishop Wilson of Calcutta, Henry Cooke of Belfast, John Newton, Ulricli Zwingli, Matthew Henry, Patrick Hamilton, John Bunyan, Rowland Hill, and Thomas Charles of Bala.

The Threefold Life.or, The Walk, the Work, and the Warfare, by the Rev. F. Bourdillon, author of' The Odd Five Minutes ' ice, Companions for a Quiet Hour, No. 10, neatly printed with red lines round the pages, lGmo.

Dolly, a quiet story for quiet people, by M. F. W., illustrated, crown 8vo.

Every Day, a story for Sunday Afternoons, by Evelyn R. Farrar, illustrated, crown 8vo.

The Beligions Tract Society—continued.

Morning and Evening, Keble's Morning and Evening Hymns, beautifully illustrated from sketches by J. Clark, J. H. Hipsley, Davidson Knowles, James N. Lee, C. J. Staniland, J. R. Weirs, and C. M. Wimperis, printed in colour by Alf. Cooke, in handsome coloured cover tied with ribbon, square 16mo.

Michael Airdree's Freehold, by Mrs. Prosser, author of' The Strange Fox-hunter' ice, Large Type Series, No. 99, crown 8vo.

Theodor Winthrop, by Mrs. Lobenhoffer, author of ' Fritz of the Tower ' &c, Shilling Volumes for the Young, No. 202, illustrated, small crown.

Picture Book for Children, with a picture on every opening, and with letterpress in large type, well printed, similar to 'Picture Stories for Children,' crown 8vo.

The Lost Baby, a Story of the Floods, by Emma Leslie, author of 'Out of the Mouth of the Lion' ice, enlarged and improved ninepenny series, No. 51, with coloured frontispiece and other illustrations.

Gerty's Triumph, a Cornish story, by M. B. Manwell, Little Dot series, No. 99, with coloured frontispiece.

The R.T.S. Library.
The Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation.
Gordon Anecdotes, by Dr. Macaulay.
The Wit and Wisdom cf Lord Bacon.
The Romance of Modern Missions.

New Edition Of Hesba Stretton's Books.

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The Children of Cloverley, crown 8vo.

Little Meg's Children, crown 8vo.

Cassy, crown 8vo.

A Night and a Day, lGmo.

Michel Lorio's Cross, 16mo.

Sam Franklin's Savings Bank, 16mo. The Manse of Glen Clunie. by Eglanton Thome,

author . of 'the Old Worcester Jug," 'the

Two Crowns," &c, illustrated by Charles

Whymper, Sunflowers series, No. 17, crown

8vo.

Miss Elsie, a story of single-hearted service, » illustrated, crown 8vo.

Drowned Gold and other stories, by David Ker, author of 'From the Hudson to the Neva,' ice, the Boy's Own Bookshelf, No. 9.

Raromi, or the Maori Chief's Love, by A. A. Fraser, author of ' Daddy Cripp's Waifs' ice, illustrated, crown 8vo.

The Council of Trent, a study of Roman tactics, by T. Rhys Evans, translator of Martensen's 'Jacob Boehmo.' Church History series, No. 4, crown 8vo.

The Hittites, the story of a forgotten empire, by A. H. Sayce, LL.D., author of 'Fresh Light from the Ancient Monuments' ice, ice, with many illustrations. By-paths of Bible Knowledge, No. 12.

The Obedience of a Christian Man, by William Tyndale, translator and martyr. Edited, with an introduction, analysis, and notes, by Richard Lovett, MA., editor of the new editions of Demaus' 'William Tyndale: a Biography,' author of ' William Tyndale' in fie 'Biographies for the People' ice Christian Classics Series, No. 5.

The Brook by the Way, a story for girls, by
Florence E. Burch, author of ' Joseph Adams'
&e, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Our Story, by C. A. Burnaby, author of ' Fred.
Fern's Decision,' ice, illustrated, crown 8vo.

The Religious Tract Society—continued.

Constable 42 K., by Miss Bland.

Pretty Miss Hathaway, by Emma Leslie, author of 'Breaking the Fetters' &c. &c. Shilling volumes for the young, No. 203.

Shayning Castle, by Miss E. I/. Davis, author of 'Brook and River' &c, illustrated, crown 8vo. Sunflowers series, No. 18.

Mr. Mygale's Hobby, by Darley Dale, author of 'Swallowtails and Skippers,' 'The Glory of the Sea,' 'The Great Auk's Eggs,' Sec, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Servants and Service, by Ruth Lamb, author of 'Comfortable Mrs. Crook' Sec. Girl's Own Bookshelf, No. 11, imperial lGmo.

John Richmond's Mistake, by Janet Eden, author of ' Hester's Mistake ' &c, illustrated, crown 8vo.

Romance of Real Life: pictures and incidents from the lives of the great and good. Profusely illustrated by W. S. Stacey, W. Rainey, Edward Whymper, and other artists, well printed in clear type and on good paper, 4to.

My Picture Scrap Book, comprising fine engravings by Harrison Weir, W. Small, W. S. Stacey, W. L. Jones, M. E. Edwards, W. Rainey, Isabel G. Brittain, and other wellknown artists, demy 4to.

Talkative Friends in Field, Farm, and Forest, by Mary E. Ropes, author of ' Tom's Bennie,' 'Till the Sugar Melts,' Sec, profusely illustrated, a picture on every opening. A similar volume to ' Our Pets and Companions,' small 4 to.

Sunday Book For Very Little Children.

Sunday Stories, by the author of ' Walking with Jesus ' &c, in very large type, with illustrations, small 4to.

Messrs. Seeley & Co.

The Shorter Poems of John Milton, with twelve illustrations by Samuel Palmer, large-paper copies, a limited edition in vellum.

Twelve Etchings, by the late Paul Rajon. with a Sketch of the Artist's Life by F. G. Stephens, 4to.

Portfolio Tapers, by P. (!. Hamerton, with an Etched Portrait of the author.

Edinburgh, Picturesque Notes, by Robert Louis Stevenson, with many illustrations.

The Portfolio Volume for 1H88, with thirty-six Plates and many minor illustrations.

George Maxwell Gordon, the Pilgrim Missionary of the Punjab, by the Rev. Arthur Lewis, portrait, map, and twelve illustrations.

The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington, edited by the Rev. E. C. Dawson, with illustrations.

Three Greek Children: a Story of Home in Old Time, by Professor A. J. Church, twelve illustrations, after Flaxman and the Antique.

Fanny Burney and Her Friends, by L. B. Seeley, M.A., author of 'Horace Walpole and His World,' with eight Copper-plates after Reynolds, Copley, and West.

John Ktandish, or. The Harrowing of London, a Story of Wat Tyler's Rebellion, by the Rev. F. Gilliat, M.A., with coloured illustrations.

The Captain of the Wight, a Story, by Frank Cowper, M.A., with twelve illustrations.

Messrs. Seeley St Co.—continued.

Tn His Name, a Story of the Waldenses, by Edward E. Hale, with many illustrations by Jacomb Hood.

The Children's Illustrated Magazine, with twenty-four Coloured Plates and many minor illustrations.

In the City of Flowers, or Adelaide's Awakening, by Mrs. Marshall, with illustrations.

Church Echoes, second series, a Story illustrative of the Sacramental and Special Services of the Prayer Book, by Mrs. Carey Brock.

Bristol Diamonds, a Story of the Hotwells in 1773, by Mrs. Marshall.

Miss Hope's Niece, a book for girls, by Cecilia Selby Lowndes.

Holiday Pranks, a book for children, by Miss Wrigley, with four illustrations.

New and cheaper editions:—Oliver of the Mill, by Miss Charlesworth; Helen's Diary, by Mrs. Marshall; Merry Elves, with twenty illustrations, by C. O. Murray; EveningAmusement, with twenty-four illustrations, by P. Konewka.

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The Earls of the Village, by Agnes Gibeme,
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Alma Ryan, or Steadfast and True, by Charlotte
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Pixie's Adventures from his Own Point of View, byN. D'Anvers, crown 8vo. with 21 illustra1 tions.

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Our Inheritance: an account of the Eucharistic
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Addresses to Ordination Candidates, with a preface on Worship in the Church of England, by the Right Rev. Bishop Webb, of GraharnsI town.

Messrs. Skeffington & Sons—continued.

Stories and Teaching on the Mattins and Evensong of the Book of Common Prayer, by the Rev. Dr. William Hardman.

Soldiers of Christ, a volume of mission sermons, by the Rev. H. J. Wilmot-Buxton.

The Journey of the Soul, a volume of short plain sermons, by the Rev. J. B. C. Murphy.

The Saints' Days and the Holy Eucharist, sermons for the Saints' Days, and also on the Eucharistic teaching of their Vigils and Eves, by the Rev. Canon F. V. Mather.

The Garden of God, a series of conversational catechisings and addresses for children, by the Rev. C. J. Atherton.

The World Asleep, a volume of sermons from Advent to New year's Eve, by the Rev. John Crofts.

A Store of Stories, a volume of tales for children, by Frances Clare.

Sunshine and Shadow, or Stories from Crayford, for the young folk, by W. Davenport

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Dictionary of National Biography, edited byLeslie Stephen, volume XVI. (Drant—Edridge), royal 8vo.

Dramatic Lyrics, and Luria, by Robert Browning, volume VI. of the new and uniform edition of the Complete Works of Robert Browning.

The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs, by Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S., with an introduction by Professor Bonney.

Pocket Edition of the Life and Works of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte: Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte; Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte; Villette, by Charlotte Bronte; The Professor and Poems, by Charlotte Bronte; and Poems, by her Sisters and Father ; Withering Heights, by Emily Bronte; Agnes Grey, by Anne Bronte, with a Preface and Memoir of both Authors, by Charlotte Bronte j The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by Anne Bronte; The Life of Charlotte Bronte, by Mrs. Gaskell.

T Leaves: a Collection of Pieces for Public Reading, by Edward F. Turner, author of 'Tantler's Sister,' 'More T Leaves,' &c.

Richard Cable, the Lightshipman, by the author of'Mehalah,' 'John Herring,' 'Court Royal,' ice.

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A Junior Course of Practical Zoology, by A. Mikies Marshall, M.D., D.Sc, M.A., F.R.S., Professor in the Victoria University; Beyer Professor of Zoology in Owens College; late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, assisted by C. Herbert Hurst, Demonstrator and Assistant Lecturer in Zoology, Owens College, Manchester.

Therapeutics: its Principles and Practice, hy H. C. Wood, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System in the University of Pennsylvania, being the Seventh Edition of 'A Treatise on Therapeutics,' rearranged, rewritten, and enlarged.

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Star Atlas, by Dr. H. I. Klein, texts translated and adapted by the Rev. E. McClure, M.A., imp. 4to. with 18 charts and 80 pages illustrative letterpress, cloth boards.

A Chapter of English Church History, being the minutes of the S.I'.C.K. for the years 1698-1703, together with abstracts of correspondents' letters during part of the san e period, edited by the Rev. Edmund McClure M.A., editorial secretary of the S.P. C.K. demy 8vo. with a woodcut, cloth boards.

Colonial Church Histories, Mackenzie River, by the Rt. Rev. W. C. Bompas, D.D., Bishop of the diocese, fcp. 8vo. with map, cloth boards.

The Fathers for English Readers, new volume, St. Athanasius, his Life and Times, by the Rev. R. Wheler Bush, fcp. 8vo. cloth boards. Dawn of European Literature, new volume, French Literature, by the late Gustave Masson, B.A., assistant master and librarian of Harrow School, fcp. 8vo. cloth boards. Manual of Parochial Work for the Use of the Younger Clergy, edited by the Rev. J. I Ellerton, large post 8vo. cloth boards.

Snapdragons, a Tale of Christmas Eve, and Old
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A Soldier's Children, and Five other Tales, by
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Blue Bells on the Lea, and Ten other Tales, by
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Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge—cont.

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Messrs. Swan Sonnenschein & Co.—continued.

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Dr. W. S. Hough, three volumes, medium

8vo.

Cyclopaedia of Education, with contributions by many eminent educational specialists, demy 8vo.

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