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In December will be published, with 70 Plates, folio. A SECOND SERIES OF THE MONUMENTS OF NINEVE H.
CONSISTING OF SCULPTURES AND VASES RECENTLY FOUND, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE WARS AND EXPLOITS OF SENNACHERIB.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE PUBLISH
MENT TO THE PUBLISHERS CIRCULAR.
From THE TIMES. “ In these days, when the fulfilment of prophecy is engaging so much attention, we cannot but consider that the work of Mr. Layard will be found to afford many extraordinary proofs of the truth of Biblical history, and of the extreme accuracy of the denunciations of the prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel against the Kings of Assyria, and of the destruction of Nineveh in particular."
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS ILLUSTRATED.
Early in January will be published,
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.
A New Translation, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES, AND ARRANGED FOR FAMILY READING.
ILLUSTRATED WORKS Published by HENRY G. BOHN, York Street, Covent Garden.
THE BOOK of BRITISH BALLADS. Edited by S. C. Hall, Esq Every page richly embellished with very highly-finished Wood Engravings, after Designs by Creswick,
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Imp. 8vo. £1. 55. richly bound in cloth, gilt edges. *** It is scarcely possible to imagine a more attractive volume. The decorations are of the ver highest class, the literary department is perfect, and the cheapness of tbe volume a marvel.
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A Volume of Classical Translations and Original Compositions by Gentlemen educated at Shrewsbury School.
Among the Contributors are-the Head Masters of Shrewsbury, Stamford, Repton, Uppingham, and Birmingh Schools Andrew Lawson, Esq. late M.P.; Rev. R. Shilleto, Cambridge: Rev. T. S. Evans, Rugby: J. Riddell, Es
H. J. Hodgson, Esq., H. A. J. Munro, Esq., W. G. Clark, E: Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge ; and many other distinguished Scholars from both Universities. “ Highly creditable to the scholarship of Shrewsbury, and indeed of England; and we wish it heartily success."
In 8vo. price 16s. cloth; calf, 21s.-ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE TRAGEDIES OF ÆSCHYLUS AND SOPHOCLES, From the Greek, Latin, and English Poets; with an Introductory Essay. By J. F. BOYES, M.A. St. John
College, Oxford. « This is one of the most pleasing classical works that we have lately read. The author shows very extensive poeti reading, a quick perception, accurate memory, and well-formed taste."-GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.