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BEARD (Rev. J. R.)-The People's Biographical Dic- | DA COSTA (Dr. J.)-Four Witnesses : being a Harmony

tionary: a Picture Gallery of great Men of all ages and of the Gospels on a New Principle. By Dr. Isaac Da Country. By the Rev. John R. Beard, D.D. Vol. 3, Costa. Translated by David Dundas Scott. 8vo. pp. 12mo. pp. 176, cloth, Is. 4d........................[1791 500, cloth, 12s......

....... (1820 BERLYN (P.)-A Popular Narrative of the Origin, His

DAVEY (G)-The Established Church the Ancient Cathotory, Progress, and Prospects of the Great Exhibition.

Jic Church of England: a Refutation of certain Asser

tions in “A Letter to his late Parishioners, by H. W. By Peter Berlyn. 18mo. reduced to 18. 6d. boards (1795

Wilberforce, late Vicar of East Farleigh.” By George BELGRAVIA : a Poem. 8vo. pp. 90, sewed, 2s. 6d.. (1796

Davey, B.A. 12mo. (Maidstone), pp. 32, sd. 60.... (1821 BICKERSTETH (E)- A Collection of Prayers for the DAWES (R.)-Suggestive Hints towards Improved Secular Present Times, chiefly intended for the use of the Clergy.

Instruction, making it bear upon Practical Life. By the By the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, M.A. 18mo. pp. 90,

Rev. Richard Dawes. 5th edit. 12mo. pp. 208, cloth, sewed, Is......................................... (1797

28. .............................................. (1822 BIDEN (J.)-True Church. 12mo. reduced to 2s. 6d.

| DICKS (T.)-Christian Beneficence. By Thomas Dicks. cloth ................. :

.....(1798 BOLTON (A.)-The Lighted Valley; or, Closing Scenes of

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12mo. cloth, reduced to 3s......................... [1823 the Life of Abby Bolton. By one of her Sisters. Edited

DOOR (A) of Hope; or, the Wanderer invited into the by her Grandfather, the Rev. G. Jay. New edit. 12mo.

Way of Eternal Life, in the Words of Scripture. Square, pp. 210, cloth, 3s. 6d..........

..... [1799
pp. 70, cloth, 6d..............

.................... (1824 BOOTHŘOYD (B.) -Gospel of St. Matthew: with Notes, DRYDEN (JOHN.)--Poetical Works. With Notes, by

Civil and Explanatory; and Reflections on each Chapter the Revds. Joseph and John Warton. Royal Svo. pp. from the Family Bible of the Rev. B. Boothroyd. Roval 506, cloth, 14s..........

...........(1825 Svo. pp. 170, cloth, 5s.....

EARS of CORN from Various Sheaves : being Thoughts BRANDON (R. and J. A.)- Parish Churches. New edit.

for the Closet. Edited by Sarah Lettis. Post 8vo. pp. 2 vols. imperial 8vo. cloth, 42s..... ........ (1801

160, cloth, 2s. 60. ...... BROCKLESBY (J.)- Views of the Microscopic World;

............ (1826 designed for General Reading, and as a Handbook for

ELLEN MORDAUNT; or, the Effects of True Religion : Classes in Natural Science. Small 4to. (New York), pp.

a Tale. 12mo. pp. 312, cloth, 58...

b, 58...................11021

..T1827 142, with numerous engravings on wood and stone, cloth,

(Vide Ady. 136.) 6s. .............................................. (1802 EOLAM (J. S.)-Advice to Builders. Buvers, and Renters BROWN (A. W.)-A Manual of Romanism, Ancient and l of Houses. By J. S. Eolam. 12mo. pp. 70, cl. 2s. 6d.[1828 Modern, in England, Poland, &c. By the Rev. Abner EVANGELICAL PROTESTANTISM.-Report of a MeetW. Brown. Being the Report of a Speech at Northamp ing convened by the Evangelical Alliance, but open to ton, Nov. 1850. With an Appendix of extensive and all Christians holding the Doctrines of the Protestant varied Information. 8vo. (Northampton), pp. 182, cloth, Reformation. 8vo. sewed, 6d. .....

:............ [1829 3s. 60. ..................... ..............

........(1803 EVANS (S.)- Geology made Easy: a large Diagram of (Vide Adv. 306.)

Geology; illustrated by a Section of the Artesian Well CAMBRIDGE (The) University Calendar, for 1851. 12mo. in the Model Prison at Pentonville. I Smith Evans, cloth, 6s. 6d..................................... [1804

I F .G.S., &c. Plain, 1s. ; coloured, 2s. ..

...... 11830 (Vide Adv. 308.)

FAIRBAIRN (P.)- Ezekiel and the Book of his Propbecy : CAMPBELL (C.)-Three Trials of Loide, Sunshine, and an Exposition. By P. Fairbairn. 8vo. (Edinburgh), Shadows; the Phantasmal Reproof, and other short cloth, 10s. 60..................................... (1831 Poems. By Calder Campbell. Post svo. pp. 230, cloth, (Vide Ady. 267.) 78. 6d......................

.....(1805 | FINCHAM (J.)- A History of Naval Architecture: to CAPE of Good Hope: Government and Legislature con 1 which is prefixed, an Introductory Dissertation on the sidered. 8vo. sewed, 2s. 6d.......

.....(1806 Application of Mathematical Science to the Art of Naval CARSON (ALEX.) Life of. By G. C. Moore. ' 12mo. pp. Construction. By John Fincham, Esq. (Dedicated, by 164, cloth, 2s.6d. ......

........ (1807 permission, to His Royal Higness Prince Albert, and CARVER (A. J.)-The Divine Attributes of Mercy, as de published with the sanction of the Lords Commissioners

duced from the Old Testament: an Essay which obtained of the Admiralty). Royal 8vo. with 58 plates, pp. 480, the Burney Prize, for the Year 1849. By Alfred J. cloth, 258..........

.:: ................ (1832 Carver. Svo. pp. 92, sewed, 4s....

......11808 FOXE'S Book of Martyrs, abridged from Milner. By CASE (A) in Bankruptcy. Designed and Etched by Watts Theodore Alois Buckley. 12mo. pp. 500, cl. 2s. 6d.(1833 Phillips. Square, 6d. ..........

...... (1809 FRANKLIN (Sir John) and the Arctic Regions. By P. L. CATLOW (A.) - Drops of Water; their Marvellous and Simmonds. 12mo. cloth 2s. 6d. .................. (1834

Beautiful Inhabitants displayed by the Microscope. By | FREEMAN (J. J.)-The Kaffir War : a Letter addressed Agnes Catlow. Square 12mo. pp. 206, coloured plates, to the Right Hon. Earl Grey : containing Remarks on 78. 6d. ..........................

.....(1810 the Causes of the Present War, and the Payment of its CHALMERS (C.)-Thoughts on Electricity; with Notes Expences, the Means of Prevention, &c. By J. J. Free

and Experiments. By Charles Chalmers. 3d edition, man. 8vo. pp. 28, sewed, Is...................... (1835 (Edinb.) 8vo. pp. 60, cloth, 2s.6d, ................ [1811 GILLY (W.0. S.)-Shipwrecks of the Royal Navy. Com(Vide Adv. 322.)

piled principally from Official Documents in the Admi. CHINESE (The) Miscellany; designed to illustrate the ralty, by w.o.'s. Gilly. With a Preface by W. S. Gilly, Government, Philosophy, Religion, Arts, Manufactures, D.D., Canon of Durham, 2d edit, revised, post 8vo. pp. Trade, Manners, Customs, History, and Statistics of 370, cloth, 78. 6d....... China. No. 4, General Description of Shanghae and its GLAÁGOW Infant School Magazine. New edit. išmo. Environs. Svo. pp. 168, sewed, 5s................. [1812 pp. 312, cloth, 3s.....

...... (1837 (Vide Adv. 314.)

| GLENNY (G.)-Golden Rules for Gardeners, Professional CHOICE GATHERINGS for Christian Children: with an and Amateur. By George Glenny. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 88,

Introduction. By the Rev. Charles Clayton. New edit. sewed, 6d............. 18mo. pp. 180, sewed, Is. 6d...

....

..... [1813 / GORDON (A.)-Impressions of Paris ; containing an AC

: CLARKE (W.) - Wine and Spirit Merchant's Cellar Di count of Socialism, Popery, and Protestantism in the

rectory: or, Innkeeper's and Publican's Practical Guide. French Capital ; together with Brief Sketches of HistoBy William Clarke. New edition, 12mo. pp. 132, cloth, rical Scenes. By the Rev. Alexander Gordon, A.M.,

48. .............................................. 1181+ Author of “The Pastor's Gift.". Fcp. 8vo. pp. 215, COLLECTS (The) Paraphrased and Turned into Verse. 3s, 6d....

For the Use of Young People. 12mo. pp. 70, sewed, GRAY (Peter), Smith (H. A.), and Orchard (W.)-Assurance

Is. 6d.; cloth, gilt, 2s. 6d. ........................(1815 and Annuity Tables, according to the Carlisle Rate of COUES (S. E.) Outlines of a System of Mechanical Phi Mortality, 3 per cent. Royal 8vo. pp. 150, cl. 10s. 6d. (1840

losophy: being a Research into the Laws of Force. By GRESLEY (REV. W.) Letter to the Dean of Bristol on Samuel Elliott Coues. Post 8vo. (Boston, U.S.), pp. 316, what he considers the “ Fundamental Error” of Tracta

....(1816

rianism. 2d edition, 3d...........................118 (Vide Adv. 318.)

GUNDRY (M.)-Extracts from the Letters and MemoCRAMP (J. M.)- A Text-Book of Popery; comprising a randa of Maria Gundry: with a short Notice of a be

Brief History of the Council of Trent, and a complete loved Elder Sister. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 64, cloth, Is.....(18+ View of Roman Catholic Theology. By J. M. Cramp. HARDWICK (C.)- A History of the Articles of Religion :

D.D.' 3d edition, 8vo. pp. 570, 8vo. cl. lettered, 12s. 1817 to wbich is added a Series of Documents from A.D. 1530 CPOSSE (J. G.)-Cases of Midwifery. By the late John to A.D. 1615 ; together with Illustrations from Contem.

Greet Crosse. Arranged, with an Introduction and porary Sources. By Charles Hardwick, M.A. Fellow of Remarkt by Edward Copeman. 8vo. pp. 240, cloth, St. Catherine's Hall, Cambridge, & Whitehall Preacher:

... (1818 8vo. 10s. 6d........ VA, PILACE: a Little Book for Little Boys, for (Vide Adv. 309.) T&ST. Prinol pp. 76, boards, Is........

....(1819 | HARRISON (J. B.)–Popular Medical Errors. By James (vide Adv 136.)

Bower Harrison.' 12mo. pp. 156, cloth, 3s. 6d..... [18++

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HAWTHORNE (N.) - True Stories, from History and | MAHEW (1.), Popular Education; for the Use of Parents

Biography. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. 12mo. pp. 340, and Teachers, and for Young Persons of both Sexes. By cloth, 58. 60. ....................................(

....................(1845 Ira Mayhew. Post 8vo. pp. 478, cloth, 78. 6d. .... (1871 HEYGATE (W. E.)-Pierre Poisson ; or, the Thoughts of M'ILVAINE (C. P.)-Evidences of Christianity. 12mo.

Christ's Presence. By W. E. Heygate. 18mo. pp. 90, ! cloth, 5s. ....... cloth, 2s. 60...........

........... 1846 HOLMES (O. W.) - Poems. By Oliver W. Holmes. (Vide Adv. 277.) New and enlarged edition, fcp. 8vo. (Boston, U.S.) pp. MARRIAGES BILL.-The Speeches of the Earl of St. 298, cloth, 78. ....

Germans and Viscount Gage, on the Motion for the m (Vide Adv. 319.) u s.:::................................ 11847

Second Reading of the Marriages Bill in the House of HOMEF'S ODYSSEY. Literally translated, with Notes. Lords, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1851. 8vo. swd. Is.......(1873 By T. A. Buckley. Square, cloth, 5s......... .... (1848

MAURICE (F. D.)—The Lord's Prayer: Sermons. By (Bohn's Classical Library.)

F. Denison Maurice, M.A., Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn. (Vide Adv. 274.)

3d edit. 12mo. pp. 140, cloth, 2s.6d. .............. 1874 HOOD (E.P.)-Literature of Labour ; illustrious Instances MAXCY (J.)-Collegiate Addresses : being Counsels to of the Education of Poetry in Poverty. By Edwin

Students on their Literary Pursuits and Future Life. Paxton Hood. Fcp. Svo. pp. 250, cloth, Is. 6d. ....(1849

By the Rev. Jonathan Maxcy. With a Biographical HOOD (T.)-Poems. By Thomas Hood. 12mo. pp. 388, Introduction by Romeo Elton, D.D. Fcp. Svo. pp. 192,

cloth, 98. ........................................ 11850 cloth, 38. ........................................[1875 - Poems of Wit and Humour. By Thomas Hood. MECHANICS' MAGAZINE. Vol. 53, 8vo. cloth, 75.(1876

3d edition, 12mo. pp. 286, cloth, 5s................. (1851 MEDHURST (W. H.)-An Inquiry into the Proper Mode IRVING (WASHINGTON) Dolph Heyligen. Illustrated of Transiating Ruach and Pneuma in the Chinese Version by Ehringen. Oblong 4to. (New York), pp. 32, of the Scriptures. By W. H. Medhurst, Sen. Post 8vo. plates, cloth, 215. ...

(Shanghae), pp. 76, sewed, 35. 60. ................ (1877 JACOB (A.)-Operation for the Removal of Cataract, as

MEMORY and Hope (a Collection of Poems). 8vo. (Bosperformed with a fine Sewing Needle through the Cor

ton, U.S.) pp. 214, 12s. 6d, ....

............ 1878 nea. By Arthur Jacob, M.D. 8vo. pp. 36, Is. 6d. (1853 MENDELSSOHN'S Hymn of Praise. Royal 8vo. c!oth, JOHNSON (G. W.)-Cottage Gardener. Vol. 5, 4to. cloth, L 58. 6d.........

......(1879 78. .............

............ (1854 MIDDLE NIGHT. 12mo. pp. 50, cloth, 2s. 6d. .... [1880 KITTO (J.)-Cyclopædia of Biblical Literature for the MINISTER'S Spring Fashions. On roller, 12s. 6d... (1881

ople. (Abridged from the larger work.) 8vo. (Edinb.), MIRIAM SEDLEY; or, the Tares and the Wheat: a Tale cloth, 10s. 6d. .................................... (1855 of Real Life. By Lady Bulwer Lytton. 3 vols. post 8vo. LAYS of the CHURCH, and other Verses : intended chiefly pp. 981, boards, 31s. 68. ........

for Young Persons. 18mo. pp. 30, clotha sewed, 1s. [1856 | MOIR (D. M.)-Sketches of the Poetical Literature of the LEBAHN (F.)-First German Reading-book; containing

past Half-Century. By D. M. Moir (Delta). 12mo. pp. 342, cl, 5s..........

... [1883 Das Taubchen, or the Dove, a Tale for the Young. By

(Vide Ady. 315.) Ch. Schmid. With an Introductory Grammar and Voca

MONRO (E.)-Parochial Work. By the Rev. E. Monro. bulary. By Falck Lebahn, 12mo. pp. 136, cloth,

New edit. 8vo. pp. 336, oloth, 108. 6d.............. (1884 35.00............................................. 11857 LECTURES (Twelve) before the Young Men's Christian

MORGAN (L. H.)-League of the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee, or Association in Exeter Hall, Dec. 1850 to Feb. 1851. 12mo.

Iroquois. 8vo. (New York), pp. 478, 16s.......... (1885 cloth, 3s, 6d. .................................... 11858 MOSELEY (H.)-Register-Book for Elementary Schools,

MOSELEY (H.)(Vide Ady. 136.)

on the plan recommended by the Rev. H. Moseley; LEGG (W.)-Historical Memorial of Broad Street Chapel, ruled for 500 Names, and so arranged as to shew each

Reading: being Sketches of its Pastors and Progress. Pupil's Progress through the School. Oblong folio, By the Rev. W. Legg, B.A., Pastor. Fcp. 8vo. (Reading), 78. 60. ................................

.......... (1886 23. ................

............... [1859 | MY FIRST DAY in a Quiet Street. With numerous IlLENT MEDITATIONS, and a Litany for each Day in Lent. lustrations designed by Watts Phillips. Oblong, ls. 11887 12mo. pp. 50, cloth, Is. 6d. ......

NEALE (J. M.)-Hymni Ecclesiæ. By Joannes M. Neale.

18mo. pp. 270, cloth, 5s. ..........................(1888 LETTERS from Three Continents. By M., the Arkansas Correspondent of the Louisville Journal. Post 8vo. (New

NEW MAP of London: also, a full Description and the York), pp. 350, cloth, 75. .......................... [1861

authorized Arrangements of the Crystal Palace, its OriLIBRARY MANUAL (The); containing a Catalogue

gin, Construction, Dimensions, &c. Plain, Is. ; cold,

1s. 60. ...................................... Raisonné of upwards of Twelve Thousand of the most important Works in every Department of Knowledge, in

NEWMAN (F. W.)-Four Lectures on the Contrasts of all Modern Languages. In Two Parts. Part 1, Subjects

Ancient and Modern History. 12mo. cloth, 38. (adAlphabetically arranged; Part 2, Biography, Classics,

vanced) ..................

.......... (1890 Miscellanies, and Index to Part 1. Compiled by Thos. | NINEVEH.-The Buried City of the East. Crown 8vo. Delf. 1 vol. 8vo. (New York), pp. 450, cloth, 12s... (1862

.... (1891 (Vide Adv. 319.)

* (National Mustrated Library, Vol. 2.) ***** LITTLE MARY'S Treasury of Elementary Knowledge. (Vide Adv. 252.)

New edit. square, cloth, 5s. ......................[1863 ONWHYN (T.)-Mr. and Mrs. John Brown's Visit to LONDON EXHIBITED IN 1851 : elucidating its Natural London to see the Grand Exposition of All Nations. By and Physical Characteristics : its Antiquity and Archi T. Onwhyn. Oblong, Is. 6d. plain; 38. 6d. cold .. (1892 tecture; its Arts, Manufactures, Trades, and Organiza

ORIGENIS Philosophumena sive omnium Hæresium tion; its Social, Literary, and Scientific Institutions ;

Refutatio. E codice Parisino nunc primum edidit Emand its nomerous Galleries of Fine Art. With 205 illus

manuel Miller. 8vo. pp. 360, cloth, ios, 6d. ...... [1893 trations, executed by Mr. Robert Branston, Mr. O. Jewitt, Mr. J. R. Jobbins, and others; including a

PAPAL QUESTION: newly-constructed Map. Edited by John Weale.

A LETTER to Cardinal Wiseman on the Authority of 12mo. pp. 910, cloth, 9s........................... (1864

his late Proceedings. By Attonitus. 8vo. sd. Od.[1894 LONDON JOURNAL. Vol. 12, 4to. cloth, 45. ...... (1865

PEEL (SIR R.)-Speech on the Papal Aggression, March

15, 1851. 8vo. sewed, 6d. ...................... (1895 LONDON SIGHTS-Public Buildings and Amusements. 12mo. sewed, 6d...................................[18

VISION (The) of the Pope; or, a Snooze in the Vatican. LORD (D. N.)-Lectures on Civilization and Government.

12mo. (Weymouth), pp. 16, sewed, 2d. ..........[1896 Post 8vo. (Buffalo, U.S.), pp. 222, cloth, 75.........(1867 PEARSALL (J. S.)-Apollos; or, the Scholar doing HoLORGNETTE (THE); or, Studies of the Town. By an

mage to Divine Revelation. By the Rev. J. Spencer Opera Goer. Vol. 2, 2d edition, set off with Mr. Darley's i

Pearsall. No. 1, 12mo. sewed, 6d..

....... ......... 11897 Designs, post 8vo. (New York), pp. 298, cloth, 88... [1868 PEEL (E.)-The Fair Island. A Poem, in Six Cantos. By LYTTON (SIR E).-Letters to John Bull, Esq. on Affairs Edmund Peel. 12mo. pp. 212, cloth, 5s. .......... [1898

connected with his Landed Property, and the Persons who live thereon. By Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart.

PEPYS (SAMUEL.)- Diary and Correspondence, 5 vols. 8V0. pp. 104, sewed, 28. 6d......................... (1869 crown 8vo. mor. 358. ...........................11899 MACKAY (C.)-Voices from the Crowd, and other Poems. PERKINS (J. H.)-Memoir and Writings of James H. By Charles Mackay, LL.D. Fourth and revised edition. Perkins. Edited by Wm. Henry Channing, 2 vols. Fep. 8vo. pp. 100, sewed, Is. ......

....(1870 post 8vo. (Cincinnati), pp. 1040, portrait, cloth, 16s. [1900

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PHARMACOPCIA (The) of the Royal College of Physi. | TEMPLE (R. E.)-Ella, the Ballet Girl: a Tale. By Rose

cians of London, for 1851. Translated by a Physician. Ellen Temple. 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 6s. ..........(1925 18110. pp. 230, cloth, 2s, 6d, ........

....(1901

TENNYSON (A.)- The Princess : a Medley. By Alfred PRIDE and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility. By J.

Tennyson. 4th edition, 12mo. pp. 186, cloth, 5s... (1926 Austen. 12mo. cloth, 2s.6d......

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