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POYNTING (T. E.)—The Intellectual and the Spiritual Methods of Religious Culture. Two Discourses delibvered at Monton Chapel, April 20,1851. 12mo. pp. 28, sewed, 6d [3020
SADLER (THOMAS.) — The Father seen in Christ. Preached at Hampstead on Sunday, March 9, 1851, on occasion of the Death of Mrs. Joanna Baillie. 8vo. pp. 30, sd. 6d [3621
SERTUM ECCLESI.E: the Church's Flowers. New edition, SVO. pp. 260, cloth, 7s. fid [3622
SHAKSPEARE. Edited by William Hazlitt. Vol. 2,
Part 2, 12mo. pp. 530, boards, Is [3623
SHORT PRAYERS and other Helps to Devotion, for the Use of the Scholars of a Public School. 3d edition, 18mo. pp. 86, cloth, Is. Cd [3624
SINCLAIR (C.) — The Kaleidoscope of Anecdotes and Aphorisms. Collected by Catherine Sinclair. Post 8vo. pp. 406, cloth, 10s. 6d [3625
SMITH (T. T.)—Remarks on the Influence of Tractarianism, or Church Principles, so called, in promoting Secessions to the Church of Rome. By the Rev. T. T. Smith, M.A. 8vo. pp. 44, sewed, Is [3626
SOLICITORS' COSTS in District Courts of Bankruptcy nnder the Bankrupt Law Consolidation Act, 12 and 13 Vict. cap. 106. By a District Registrar. Fcp. 8vo. (Liverpool), pp. 60, cloth, 5s [3627
SORTAIN (J.)—Hildebrand(Pope Gregory VII.) and the Excommunicated Emperor: a Tale. By Joseph Sortain. 2d edition, 12ino. pp. 316, cjoth, 5s [3628
SOUTHERN Whale Fishery Company. Abstract of Reports from the Commissioner of the Southern Whale Fishery Company to the Directors. 8vo. pp. 24, sewed. Is. 6d [3629
SPARK (W.)—Lecture on Church Music, more particularly the Choral Service of the Church of England, as applied to Parochial Worship. By William Spark. Svo. pp. 44, sewed, Is [3630
STANHOPE (G.)—A Paraphrase and Comment upon the Epistles and Gospels appointed to be used in the Church of England on all Sundays and Holidays throughout the Tear. By George Stanhope, D.D. New edition, 2 vols.
Svo. pp. 1426, Cloth, 18s [3631
(Vide Adv. 430.)
STEELE (W. F.)-A Handbook of Field Botany; comprising the Flowering Plants and Ferns indigenous to the British Isles. By Wm. F. Steele. 2d edit, post 8vo. pp. 256, cloth, 7s. 6d [3632
STODDART (D. T.)—Angling Reminiscences. By D. T. Stoddart. 12mo. cloth, reduced to 3s. 6d., not 2s. 6d. as in last No [3633
STORIES of Missionary Enterprise. 12mo. pp. 208, cloth, li.6d. [3634
STORY (J.)—Commentaries on the Law of Bailments. By Joseph Story. 5th edition, 8vo. pp. 712, cloth, 25s.[3635
— Commentaries on the Law of Agency. By Joseph Story. 4th edition, 8vo. pp. 732, cloth, 23s [3636
STURM ER (F.J.)—The Plagues of Egypt: n Poem, and other Pieces. By Fred. John Stunner. 18mo. (Gainsborough), pp. 140, cloth, fis [3037
SYDNEY (A.)—Life of Algernon Sydney. By G. Van sauivoord. 12mo. (New York), pp. 334, cloth, 7s... [3638
SYLVESTER (J. J.)—Essay on Canonical Forms. By J. J. Sylvester, M.A. Svo. pp. 36, sewed, Is. fid. .. [3639
TALK with the Little Ones. Sq. pp. 48, sewed, fid. [3G40
TAYLOR (g.)—On the Law of Exemption of Literary and Scientific Societies from Parish and other Rates. 121110. pp. 100, cloth, 3s [3041
TAYl,OR (H.)—The Decimal System as applied to the Coinage and Weights and Measures of Great Britain. By Henry Taylor. 4th edit. 12mo. pp. 80, cl. ls.Gd.[3642
TF.STAMENTUM NOVUM, Gr., large type; with various Readings and References. Svo. cloth, 12s [3643
THOMPSON (T.)—Brewing and Distillation. By W. Stewart. Crown 8vo. (Edinburgh),cl. reduced to6s.[3644
THORNDIKE (H.), The Theological Works of. Vol. 3,
Part 2, Svo. pp. 720, cloth, [3645
(Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology, Vol. 5.)
TRIVIER (C. L.)—An Exposition of the Principal Motives which induced me to leave the Church of Rome. By C. L. Trivier. Translated from the French by A. S. Bushhy.
12mo. pp. 212, cloth, 3s. 6d [3646
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TURNER (R.)-The Fashionable Letter Writer j or, Art of Polite Correspondence. By R. Turner. A new edit, by W. Limming. 18mo. pp. 212, cloth, 2s. 6d [3647
TUPPER (M. F.) and TUDOR (J.)-Surrey: a Rapid Review of its principal Interests in Persons and Places. Also, St. Martha's, a Poem. By M. F. Tupper, Esq.; and a Geological Sketch of the County, by J. Tudor, Esq. With a Map and several Illustrations. Postl2mo. pp. 116, fancy covers, Is. 6d [3048
VALLEY' of the Rea. By V. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 16, sd. ls.[3049
VASEY (G.)—Delineations of the Ox Tribe; or, the Natural History of Bulls, Bisons, and Buffaloes, &c. By George Vasey. 8vo. pp. 200, with 72 wood engravings, cloth, 10s. 6d [3650
VERNON (G. E. H.)—A Lecture on English Poetry, illustrated by the Works of Living Poets. By Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon. 12mo. pp. 36, sewed, 6d. [3651 (Vide Adv. 451.)
VILLAGE ASTRONOMER (The); or, the Kalendar-man of Veitsberg. From the German, by Matilda Wrench. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 2S0, cloth, 3s. 6d [3052
WALTON (D.)—Counsels of Peace, adapted to the Present Crisis, and addressed to Wesleyan Ministers and People. By Daniel Walton. 8vo. pp. 38, sewed, 6d [3653
WEBSTER (A.)—Dancing as a Means of Physical Education; with Remarks on Deformities, and their Prevention and Cure. By Mrs. Alfred Webster. 4to. pp. 58, cloth, 5s [3654
WEEKLY VISITOR (The), and Christian Family Reader. Jan. to June, 1851. 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d [3655
WHISH (J. C.)—The Great Exhibition Prize Essay. By the Rev. J. C. Wbish, M.A. 8vo. pp. 88, sd. 2s. 6d. [3656
WHITE (T.)-The Theory and Practice of Ship Building. By Thomas White. 2d edit. 8vo. plates, folio, 16s. [3656
WILBERFORCE (R. I.)—A Sketch of the History of Erastianism; together with Two Sermons on the Reality of Church Ordinances, and on the Principle of Church Authority. By Robert Isaac Wilberforce, A.M. 12mo. pp. 150, cloth, 3s [3657
WILSON (T.)—The Works of the Right Rev. Father in God
Thomas Wilson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man.
New edition, Vol. 4, Svo. pp. 434,10s. 6d.) [3658
(Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology, Vol. 58.) WINTER (S. W.)—Popery; its Alliance with Paganism.
Translated from the French by Seneca W. Winter. 12mo.
pp. 86, cloth, 3s [365D
WREAFORD (S.)— Peace. 2d edition, 8vo. pp. 36,6d.[3660
WRIGHT (H. C.)-A Kiss for a Blow; or, a Collection of Stories for Children, shewing them how to prevent Quarrelling. By James C. Wright. Illustrated edition, square, pp. 198, cloth, 4s. 6d. [3661
ZORNLIN (R. M.)—Outlines of Physical Geography, for Families and Schools. By Rosina M. Zornlin. ISmo.
pp. 136, sewed, Is [3662
(Vide Adv. 487.)
HOUSE OF LORDS (Clark and Finelly). New ser. Vol. 2, Part 5,13s. 6d [3663
PRIVY COUNCIL CASES (Moore). Vol. 6, Part 3, 10b. Cd [3604
NEW ETON LATIN GRAMMAR and GREEK and LATIN EXERCISE BOOKS. By C. D. Yonge, B.A., Author of "An EnglishGreek Lexicon," "Gradus ad Parnassum," &c. &c. (With the Sanction of the Eton Authorities.)
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AUTLINES of PHYSIOLOGY, ANAU TOMY, and SURGERY: for the use of Students in Medicine. By William Wilkinson, Surgeon. 18mo. 5s. cloth.
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CONCISE HISTORICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, and GENEALOGICAL ATLAS. By Heneaqf. Lowth. Shewing, at one glance, the different Sovereigns of England, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Sicily, &c., who, with their descendants, have governed those Nations,—together with the principal Battles and Events which have occurred in their Reigns: forming a valuable Work for Schools and Private Tuition, and likewise an elegant and useful addition to the Library Table. As a Book of reference to the Student in History, or even to the Miscellaneous Reader, it will prove of the highest utility. The value of the Work is enhanced by its being the only one of the kind published in England. In I vol. double fcp. with coloured Charts, 15s. 6d.—Also, in the press,
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