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LIST OF NEW BOOKS.

THE QUARTERLY REVIEW. No. 175. Sro. 6«. Contents :—

1. Mr. Gordon Cumming's Hunting in Africa.
3. Socrates.

3. The Ignatian Epistles.

4. Mysteries of Ceylon.

5. Cheap Sugar and Slave Trade.

6. British Museum.

7. General Radowitz on Germany.

8. Life of Southey.

9. The Ministry and the Pope. [Britain. 10. Sir F. Head on the Defenceless State of Great

V The Index to Vols. 61 to 79 inclusive (forming Vol. 80) is now randy.

The SCHOOLS of PAINTING in ITALY. From the German of Kuoler. Edited by Sir Chas. Easi Lake, P.R.A. A New and Revised Edition. Illustrated with li» Woodcuts, from the Works of the Old Masters. 2 vols, post 8vo. 24s.

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WHAT OUGHT LANDLORDS and FARMERS TO DO? By Ph. Pusf.v, Esq. M.P. Reprinted from the "Roval Agricultural Journal." With Map. 8vo.

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PALACES of NINEVEH and PERSEPOLI9 RESTORED. An Essay on Ancient Assyrian and Persian Architecture. By James Ferousson. With 45 WoodStto. 16s.

MILITARY EVENTS in ITALY, 1848-9. Translated from the German. By Lord Ellksmebe. With Map. Post 8vo. 9s.

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The LEXINGTON PAPERS. Extracted from the Official and Private Correspondence of Lord Lexington, while Minister at Vienna, 1694-98. Edited by the Hon. H. Manners Sutton. 8vo. 14s.

"The FORTY-FIVE." Being the Narrative of the Rebellion in Scotland of 1745. By Lord Mahon. Post 8vo. 3s.—(Extracted from bia " History of England."

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LAW and PRACTICE of NAVAL COURTSMARTIAL. By William Hickman,R.N. 8vo. 10s.6d.

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MANUAL of ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY;

or, the Ancient Changes of the Earth and its Inhabitants. By Sir Charles Ltell. 3d Edition, revised. With 500 Woodcuts. 8vo. 12s.

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ENGLAND AS IT IS: Political, Social, and Industrial, in the Middleof the 19th Century. By Wm.

JOHXSTON. 2 VOlS. post 8VO. 18S.

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CHRISTIANITY in CEYLON. Its Introdue. tion and Progress under the Portuguese, Dutch, British, and American Missions. By Sir J. Emerson* Tennent. With Woodcuts. 8vo. 14s.

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PROGRESS of the NATION, in its various Social and Economical Relations. By G. R. Porter. 3d Edition, corrected. 8vo. 24s.

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BYRON's WORKS. ONE VOLUME. Cheaper Edition. Portrait. Royal 8vo. 12s.

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BYRON'S LIFE. ONE VOLUME.

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CONSOLATIONS in TRAVEL. By Sir Humthry Davy. 5th Edition. Woodcuts. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. ,

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SALMONIA; or, Days of Fly-Fishing. By Sir Humphry Davy. 4th Edition. Woodcuts. Fcp. 8vo.

Next Week,

LAVENGRO; the Scholar,—Gipsy,—and Priest. By Gkorok Borrow, Author of "The Bible in Spain." With Portrait. 3 vols, post 8vo.

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A VOYAGE to the MAURITIUS. By the

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MEMOIR of SIR THOMAS FOWELL BUXTON, Bart. With Selections from his Correspondence. By His Son. A New Library Edition. Portrait. 8vo. 16s.

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CHOLERA: its Nature and Management. In a Letter to the Editor of the " Times" Newspaper. Containing an Accurate Description of the Early Symptoms of the Attack, and showing that by its natural and most simple method of treatment, safety is immediately secured, and the use of medicine not required. 3d.

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AUSTRALASIA and PRISON DISCIPLINE.—The Present State of the Colonies of New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, and New Zealand: Suggestions for obviating the Difficulties attending the Transportation of Convicts, with a Description of the Penal Settlements of Van Dicman's Land. By Henry Melville. Dedicated, by permission, to the Right Hon. Earl Grey. C. Cox, 12, King William Street, Strand ; and E. Wilson. Royal Exchange. (43)

J* Maiden and f Married Life of Mary Powell, afterwards Mistress Milton.

Now frji imprynted in one final/ Booke. Price js. 6d., in fancy Antique Binding.

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London :Hall, Virtue and Co., 25, Patemojier Row. m

Now ready, in one handsome vol. 8vo., illustrated with numerous Plates and Woodcuts, price £l. Is.

THE ROMAN WALL:

An Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive Account of the Barrier of the Lower Isthmus extending from the Tyne to the Solway, deduced from repeated personal Surveys.

By the Rev. JOHN COLLINGWOOD BRUCE, M.A.

London: John Russell Smith, 4, Old Compton Street, Soho.
Newcastle-on-Tyne: William Sang and G. Bourchier Richardson.

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DR. ACHILLI'S DISCLOSURES.

Published This Day, in 8vo. price 10s. Cd. handsomely bound in cloth,

DEALINGS WITH THE INQUISITION;

OR,

PAPAL ROME, HER PRIESTS, AND HER JESUITS:
With Important Disclosures.

Br The Rev. GIACINTO ACHILLI, D.D.
Extract From The Work.

ing and speaking the truth that I incurred the hatred
of the Papal Court; it was for the truth's sake that
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the public."

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HISTORY OF CREECE.

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BERTHA;

A ROMANCE OF THE DARK AGES.

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HENRY SMEATON;

A JACOBITE ROMANCE of the DAYS of

GEORGE the FIRST.

By G. P. R. James, Esq.

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By Lord B

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