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Published Monthly, price 31, each. The Story for December is—
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Halcyon Days.
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Home at the Haven.
The Seeker and the Finder.
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47, Ludgate Hill: Dec. 16, 1852. Mr. LAYARD'S “ Second Visit to Assyria” will be published next week. It is illustrated with 400 maps, plates, and woodcuts; and forms one handsome octavo volume. About 4,500 copies of this work were sold last week at Mr. Murray's sale.

UNCLE Tom's CABIN.-Never, indeed, since the invention of printing has the marvellous power of the press been so strikingly shown as in the present instance. Through that mostu mighty, engine, a single mind, with almost electric speed, has sent a thrill through the minds of millions, and preached the Gospel of Christ to a congregation co-extensive with the Anglo-Saxon race; nay, we might say, co-extensive with the civilised world; for translation upon translation is carrying the work to nation upon nation, and ere long there will scarcely be a speech or language where the voice of this eloquent preacher is not heard.—Edinburgh Free Church Magazine, Dec.

Mr. Putnam of New York has announced an entirely original periodical, combining the lighter characteristics of a popular magazine with the higher and graver qualities of a quarterly review. The prospectus states that all articles admitted will be liberally paid for ; and the writers who have promised their support and contributions comprehend nearly all the present race of literary men in America.

“ Christmas Tide; its History, Festivals, and Carols." Under this title Mr. Sandys has brought together a vast fund of amusing and interesting lore; forming a volume that may find its way to the table not only of the antiquarian and learned pundit, but to a large number of those of less pretensions, but not less qualified to enjoy such an amusing book at the ensuing gatherings.

Mr. Thackeray's Lectures in New York appear to have made as great an impression upon the minds of his hearers as they did when delivered in London. It was announced to the crowded audience at the delivery of his third lecture that, in consequence of the very great demand for tickets beyond the ability of the manager to supply, arrangements had been made for a repetition of the whole series immediately.

We understand that a new edition of the works of that euridite divine, the Rev. Augustus Toplady, is nearly ready, in one volume, royal 8vo., and is to contain the sermon, “Jesus seen of Angels, Part II.” as well as any other omissions in former editions.

A curious illustration of the extent of fame attached to the American author Mr. Hawthorne, is narrated in the "Athenæum" of last week:-"A Russian literary man of much taste and accomplishment has completed a translation into Russian of The House of the Seven Gables,' and published it in the Muscovite Journal."

The Proprietors of the “Illustrated News” are just commencing the publication of a uniform and cheap edition of all our standard Historical Works.

“ Short Narrative of the Second Voyage of The Prince Albert' in the Polar Sea, in search of Sir John Franklin.” By W. Kennedy, late Commanding the Expedition.—Just ready.

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By J. R. Andrews, Esq. 12mo. (Dublin), pp. 164, cloth, CAMBRIDGE.-Documents relating to the Universities 46. 6d.' .......................................... (4907 and Colleges of Cambridge. 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 24s. 4931

The Almanack and Pocket Book for 1853. CATLOW (A)-Popular Field Botany. By Agnes Catlow. Sewed, ls.; tuck, 28. 6d....

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CHARM (THE): a Book for Boys and Girls. Crown 8vo. ARNOLD LEE ; or, Rich Children and Poor Children. cloth, 5s. ............ By Cousin Kate.' 18mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 300, cloth, (Vide Adv. 1115.)

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Greece, Rome, and England. By Havilland C. M. ARNOLD (T. K.)–Virgil's Æneid, Latin. With English Chepmell. 4th edit. 12mo. pp. 351, cloth, 5s....... [4936 Notes by W. F. Dübner. 12mo. pp. 334, cloth, 6s. [4911 | CHISHOLM (MRS. C.), Memoir of. By E. Mackenzie. (Vide Adv. 1060.)

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COOPER (J.)-Heart Discipline. By James Cooper. With BANKING ALMANACK, Directory, Year-Book, and Preface by the Rev. J. A. James. 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, Diary for 1853. 8vo. cloth, 5s.......

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(Vide Adv. 1016.) BARTLETT (W. H.)-Pictures from Sicily; with 33 Plates,

CROWTHER (S.)-Á Grammar of the Yoruba Language. Maps, and Woodcuts. By W. H. Bartlett. Royal 8vo.

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CROWTHER(S.)-A Vocabulary of the Yoruba Language.

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DAVIES' New Map of London and its Environs. Square, BENTLEY (J. C.)-The Three Churches; or, Outlines of

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Selection from German Prose Dramatists, with Free 6s. .............................................. 14917 Translations and Notes. By A. Bernays. Square 12mo. DICKENS (C.)-Child's History of England. By Charles cloth, 3s. ........................................ [4920 Dickens. Vol. 2. Square, cloth, 3s. 6d. ..........4948

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DRAKE (L.)-The Heroes of England. By Lawrence BOOTH'S Battle of Waterloo. With Illustrations by G.

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EDGAR (A.) — Tusculana; or, Notes and Reflections (Vide Ady. 966.)

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EMIGRATION: What it is; what it includes; and what BROOMHILL; or, the County Beauties : a Novel. 3 it requires. 18mo. pp. 54, frontispiece, neat cover,3d.(4957

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the late Election for a Director, which, after a Delay of during the Persecutions of 1616. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 176,

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made it so through their own extraordinary conduct. FAMILY ECONOMIST. Vol. 5, for 1852. 8vo. sewed,

By John James Homer. 8vo. pp. 30, sewed, 6d.... [4990 18.; half-bound, Is. 6d. .....

.......... (4963 HULLAH (J.)-Exercises on the Grammar of Musical FICHTE (J. G.)- Characteristics of the Present Age.

Harmony. By John Hullah. Royal 8vo. sewed, 1s.[4991 Translated by W. Smith. Post 8vo. cloth, reduced to

IMPERIAL Calendar for 1853. 12mo. bound, 5s.... (492 ..............................................[4964 | IMPERIAL Gazetteer. Edited by W. G. Blackie. Vol. 1, FORD (J.)-Gospel of St. John illustrated from Ancient | imperial 8vo. boards, 478. 6d...................... (4993 and Modern Authors. By James Ford. 8vo. pp. 800, JARDINE (SIR W.)-Ichonology of Annandale. 3 parts,

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Practical Part. 12mo, sewed, 2s. ................[4995 FRERE (J. H.)-Notes; forming a Brief Interpretation of

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JOBERT (A. C. G.)- Ideas; or, Outlines of a New System FULCHER'S Ladies' Memorandum Book and Poetical |

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KAYE (J. W.)-History of the War in Affghanistan. By GILFILLAN (G.)-The Bards of the Bible. By George J. W. Kaye. 2 vols. Svo. pp. 1020, cloth, 36s....... (5002

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.......... [5005 By John Gordon. 8vo. sewed, 60. ................[4973 KNOX (C.)-The Six Days. By Captain Charles Knox. GORDON (J. T.)-Eloge on the Duke of Wellington. 8vo.

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| KNOX (R.)-A Manual of Human Anatomy, Descriptive, (Edinburgh), sewed, 4d. .......................... [1974

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LECTURES on the Opening of Owen's College, Manches48................................................1977

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LETTERS of an Englishman on Louis Napoleon, the Em. HALDANE (R. and J. A.)--Lives. By Haldane, 2d edit. pire, and the Coup d'Etat. From The Times. 12mo. 8vo. pp. 685, cloth, 12s. .......................... (4980

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MACFARLANE (J.)-The Hiding Place; or, the Sinner HEURTLEY (C. A.)-Parochial Sermons preached in a

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