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NOTICE TO THE TRADE.— JOHN E. SOWERBY having purchased the Stock, Copyright, &c. of Sowerby's "ENGLISH BOTANY," and the other Works on Natural History published by his late Father, begs respectfully to state that such Works will be as heretofore sold by him, at his residence, No. 3, Mead Place, Lambeth.

*«* Fart 49 of the Re-issue is now ready.

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Ansell on Reversionary Values.

Art-Journal. Vol.8.

Austin's Province of Jurisprudence defined.

Babbage on Life-Assurance.

Baillie's Plays on the Passions, 8vo. Vol. 3.

Barclay's English Dictionary, 1773.

Harrington's Works, 4 vols. 8vo.

Bcverlac, 4to.

British Poets, by Park: Select Works of the Minor Poets,

18mo. 1819. Vol. 3, marked also Vols. 6 and 7.
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Butler's (Prof. W. A.) Sermons.
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Chalmers's British Poets, roy. 8vo. Vols. 12 and 18,
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Concnologie, ou Histoire Naturelle des Coquillages, folio,

London. 1770.
Davies' (Griffith) Table of Life-Contingencies.

■ ■ Report on the Bombay Civil Fund, 1836.

Bengal Medical Retiring Fund, 1839.

Military Fund, 18+4.

Debates in the Irish Parliament, 1784 and after.

Dodd on the Law of Elections. 1826.

Doddridge's Antiquities and Powers of Parliament, 1679.

Donovan's Instructions for Collecting and Preserving

various Subjects of Natural History, London, 1794, 8vo.

2 plates.

Do. 2d edit. Lond. 1805.

D'Urfey's Wit nnd Mirth, or Tills to purge Melancholy,

l2mo. 1710. Vol. 3.
Encyclopedia Britannica, edited by Napier, 7lh edition.

The Part containing tbi! art. "Mortality."
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Gallery of Portraits published by the Society for the

Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Part 55.
GompertE on Reversionary Values.
Jacob, Lex Constitutinnes, 1719.
Johnson's (Dr. Sam.) Debates in Parliament, from 1740 to

1743, 2 vols. 1811.

Jones's Introduction to the Legal Science.

Journals of the Irish Lords and Commons. Complete.

Kane's Industrial Resources of Ireland.

Key to both Houses of Parliament, 1832.

Library of Useful Knowledge, Nos. 234, 235, 238 to 258 inclusive, 260 to 278 ditto, 281 to 288 ditto, 290 to 300 ditto, 303, 305 to 309 inclusive. 312,313, 314 to 319 inclusivr, 321, 322, 323, 325, 32fi, 330, 332 to 336 inclusive, 338, 339, 340, 342. 343, 344, 345, and all after 353.

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Markean's Practical Life-Tables.

Miller's View of English Government, 1818.

Milne on Annuities and Insurances.

Mountmorris's History of the Irish Parliaments, 1792.

Neele's Romance of English History, 3 vols.

Nelson's (F. G. P.) Report on the Bengal Military Fund, 1849.

Owen's Welsh Dictionary, 8vo. 1793. Vol. 2.

Parry's History of Parliaments, 1839.

Pownall on the Administration of the Colonies, 1768.

Rees' Cyclopaedia. Vol. 14, Part 1.

Rotmrton's (Mr.) Observations on the Mortality and Physical Management of Children, 1827.

Russell on the English Constitution, 1S23.

Sewell's Collectanea Parliamentarian 1831.

Smith's Florist's Magazine, 4to. large paper, 1836. Part 7.

Sounis' Nautical Dictionary.

Stewart's Family which Jesus loved.

Stockdale v. Hansard, Case of. Pamphlet.

Strickland's Queens, 12-vol. edition. Vols. 1 and 2.

Symond's Mechanics of Law Making, 1835.

Tatlock's Poems, 2 vols. 12mo. about 1811.

Thomson's (A. S.) Observations on the Influence of Climate on Health nnd Mortality.

Trial of the Mutineers of the Ship " Bounty," in 1789.

White's (Kirke) Remains, by Southey, 8vo. Vol. ."..

Wight on Scottish Parliaments and Elections, 1800.

Wilkinson's Modern Egypt, 2 vols. 8vo.

Wilson's Sanskrit Dictionary. 2d edition.

Wynn's Jurisdiction of the House of Commons, 1810.

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INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF THE "CIRCULAR." WORKS PUBLISHED FROM THE 29TH OF JULY TO

IN THE PRESS THE 14TH OF AUGUST ........

..... 269-271 | WORKS LATELY PUBLISHED............ BOOKS NOW FIRST ADVERTISED AS PUBLISHED 272-274 MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.... XEW EDITIONS LATELY PUBLISHED.....

274 | BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE...

274 274-278 279-280

280

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PUBLISHED FROM THE 29TH OF JULY TO THE 14TH OF August.

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ACTS of the Diocesan Synod held in the Catholic Church | BUCKINGHAM (J. S.)-Temperance and Peace: an Earof Exeter. 8vo. pp. 124, sewed, 2s. 6d............. [4289 nest Plea for the Reign of Temperance and Peace, as

conducive to the Prosperity of Nations, submitted to ADVENTURES The of Signor Gandentio di Lucca :

the Visitors of the Great Exhibition 12mo. pp. 144, 2s.6d. being the substance of his Examination before the

[4300 Fathers of the Inquisition, at Bologna, in Italy. 12mo.

CAMPBELL (J.)-The Child's Economic Instructor. By pp. 306, cloth, 2s. 6d. ...

James Campbell. 24th edit. Part 1 (Edinb.) 18mo. sewed, (Phoenix Library.)

reduced to 14d. .................................. [4301 ALISON (A.)The Second Reformation; or, Christianity

- The Child's Economic Instructor. 19th edition, Developed. By A. Alison, post 8vo. pp. 236, cloth, Part 2 (Edinburgh), 18mo. sewed, reduced to 3d. .. (4302

13. O............................................14291 ARCHBOLD (J. F. The New Rules and forms of the

CHRISTIAN DUTIES as essentially conducive to Progress County Courts, regulating the Practice and Proceedings:

in the Spiritual Life. New edition, 12mo. pp. 360, cloth,

3s. 6d.... with Notes and Forms. By Johu Frederick Archbold.

........ 12mo. pp. 148, boards, 4s. .......

........[4292

COCKERELL (C. R.)-Iconography of the West Front of ARNOLD (T. K.)-Ecloge Ovidianæ. Part 12, Selections Wells Cathedral : with an Appendix on the Sculptures of

from the Metamorphosis : with English Notes. Edited other Medieval Churches in England. By Charles Robt. by Thomas Kerchever Arnold. 12mo. pp. 264, cloth, Cockerell. 4to. cloth, 21s.........

...... (1304 (Vide Adv. 703.)

COFFIN (A. 1.)-Medical Botany: a Course of Lectures

delivered at Sussex Hall during 1850. By A. I. Coffin, The Oration of Æschines against Ctesiphon: with

M.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 236, cloth, 38. ....... English Notes. By J. T. Champlin. Edited, with additional Notes, including those of President Wolsey, by | COMICAL Creatures from Wurtumberg, including the the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold. 12mo. Pp. 156, History of Reynard the Fox. With Illustrations, square, cloth, 4s......................................... (140 cloth, 3s. 6d. plain; coloured, 6s....

.: 54306 (Vide Adv. 703.)

(Vide Ady. 646.) ARROWSMITH (J.)- The Paper-Hanger's and Uphol. 1

| CONNON (C. W.)-First Spelling Book. By C. W. Connon. sterer's Guide: a Treatise on Paper-Hanging and Upholstery, in which the Practical Operations of the two

18mo. (Edinb.) pp. 80, sewed, 6d........ Branches of the Trade are systematically laid down. By James Arrowsmith, 12mo. 2s.............

DALYELL (SIR J. G.)-The Powers of the Creator dis

.......[4295 (Vide Adv. 682.)

played in the Creation; or, Observations on Life, amidst

the various Forms of the Humbler Tribes of Animated BAXTER'S Pictorial Key to the Great Exhibition. 4to. Nature: with Practical Comments and Illustrations.

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By Sir John Graham Dalyell, Knt. and Bart. Vol. I, BLACK'S Tourist and Sportsman's Companion to the

4to. pp. 282, and 7 plates, £4. 48....

(Vide Adv. 680.) Counties of Scotland : a Series of 36 coloured Maps.

| DANTE.—The Divine Comedy, Vision of Hell. Translated all, 105, ba................................. 4297

in the Original Ternary Rhyme. By C. B. Cayley. 12moc BROCK (T.)- A Memoir of the Rev. Thomas Brock. By pp. 270, cloth, 6s. ................... . ... . (4309 the Rev. Henry Carey. 12mo. pp. 270, cl. 43. 6d... [4298

DE CASTRO (D, A.)– The History of the Jews in Spain ROWN (R.)-Flax, its Culture and Preparation, with re. from the Time of their Settlement in that Country till Terence to the Western Highlands and Islands of Scot the Commencement of the Present Century. By Don. land. By Robert Brown, Esq. 2d edition, demy 8vo. Adolfo de Castro. Translated by the Rev. Edward (vlasgow), pp. 54, Is.............................. [4299 D. G. M. Kinvan. Post Svo. pp. 280, cloth, 6s..... [4310

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DU SUE.—The French Translator, adapted to tlle 4th | LATROBE (C. E.)-Letters to my Children, written at

Edition of the Author's Grammar. By Prof. Du Sue. Sea during a Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, in 1815. 12mo. (Dublin), pp. 116, cloth, 2s.

.... 4311 Edited by J. A. Latrobe. 12mo. pp. 90, cl. 25. 6d.. [4334

(Vide Adv. 568.) ELLIOTT (E. B.)– Horæ Apocalypticæ; or, a Commentary

on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical. By E. B. LETTER to Sir E. B. Lytton, Bart. commenting upon the Elliot. 4th edition, 4 vols. 8vo. pp. 2,400, cl. £2. 143.[4312

Policy advocated in his Letters to John Bull, Esq. By (Vide Adv. 277.)

W. Bull. 8vo. pp. 24, sewed, 6d................... [4335 ELLIS (Mrs. H. C.)-Sacred Thoughts. By the late Mrs. LEWIS (L.)- International Code of Commerce: a Lecture.

Henry Clements Ellis. Square 16mo. pp. 100, cloth, By L. Lewis. 8vo. (Edinburgh), sewed, 6d........ [4330 38. 6d........................................

LONDON (The) Catalogue of Books Published in Great ESCHENBURG'S (J. J.)-A Manual of Classical Litera

Britain, with their Sizes, Publishers' Names, &c. New ture. By W. N. Fiske. Royal 8vo. reduced to 20s.

Edition (from 1816 to 1851.) I thick vol. medium 8vo.

pp. 644, cloth, 30s................................. [4337 bound ..........................................4314 EVES (C.)- Exercises in Arithmetic for Junior Classes,

LYONS (J.)--An Act further to facilitate the Sale of Enwith Tables of Money, Weights, &c. By Charles Eves.

cumberet Estates in Ireland, 12 and 13 Vict. 12mo. 12mo. pp. 20, cloth, 6d.......

(Dublin), reduced to 2s. 6d. cloth.................. [4335

............... [4315 FENELON.-Extracts from the Religious Works of La | MACGILLIVRAY'S (W.) British Land Birds. 3 vols. Motte Fenelon. Translated from the original French. 8vo. cloth, reduced to 188. .........

................ [4339 By Miss Marshall. 11th edition, 12mo. pp. 240, cloth, MADDOCK (A. B.)-Cases of Pulmonary Consumption,

.................... [4316 By A. B. Maddock, 8vo. cloth, advanced to 23. 60.{ 4370 FOX (W.)-The Six Colonies of New Zealand. By W. Fox. MARTIN (Lieut. T.)-Guide to the Military Examination, 12mo. pp. 178, cloth, 3s.; with Map, 4s. 6d........[4317 containing every thing relating to the interior Economy (Vide Adv. 683.)

of a Company, and how to keep its Accounts, according GEMS from the Spirit Mine, illustrative of Peace, Bro

to the late Horse Guards' Circular. By Lieut. T. Martin. therhood, and Progress. Square, pp. 180, cl. 2s. 6d.[4318

12mo. pp. 88, cloth, 4s. 6d.........

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MARTIN (W.)-Intellectual Expositor and Vocabulary; GENEALOGICAL CHART, showing the Descent of Her containing Tables of Prefixes, Affixes, &c. By William

Majesty Queen Victoria from William the Conqueror and Martin. 12mo. pp. 120, cloth, Is. 6d............... [4342 Robert Bruce. 4 Sheets, 7s. 6d. ; on roller, 10s. 6d.(4319

Intellectual Spelling Book of Pronunciation. By GEOGRAPHY for Children. 11th edition, revised and

William Martin. 12mo. pp. cloth, Is............ enlarged, 18mo. (Dublin), pp. 20, sewed, 3d........[4320

MARY Queen of Scots, the History of. By T. A. Mignet. GERLACH (Dr.)- A Comprehensive German and English

8vo. pp. 384, cloth, 14$. .......................... [4344 Dictionary. By Dr. Gerlach. 12mo. bound, 7s.6d.[4321 | MATHIA (B. W.)-Popery not Catholicism. By B. W. GIFFORD (J.)-The Marine Botanist : an Introduction to

Mathia. 12mo. (Liverpool), sewed, Is. Ed.; cl. 2. [4345 the Study of Algology, containing a Description of Bri

(Vide Adv. 493.) tish Sea Weeds. By Isabella Gifford. 2d edition, 12mo. M'CULLOCH.-Key to M'Culloch's Course of Reading.

(Bath), pp. 150, cloth, 5s........................... [4322 | 12mo. Is. cloth, sewed ; bound, 18. 6d. ............. [4345 GOYDER (Rev. T.)-A Biographical Sketch of the Life of MILNER (J. W.)-The Design of God traced in the Great

the Rev. Thomas Goyder. "By David George Goyder. Exhibition, and our Duty as Christians in reference to

12mo. (Ipswich), pp. 100, sewed, Is. 6d............. (1323 it. By the Rev. J. W. Milner. 12mo. pp. 106, cloth, GREGORY (I.)- A Complete Course of Engineering. By

28. ........................................ John Gregory. 8vo, reduced to 10s. 6d. cloth...... [4324 MORRIS (T.)-Recollections of Military Service. By T. HEDLEY (J.)-A Practical Treatise on the Working and

Morris. 4th edition, 18mo. cloth, 2s. 6d........... (4345 Ventilation of Coal Mines. By John Hedley. Illustrated

MOSCHZISKER (F. A.)-A Guide to the German Lan. with 16 large sized Plans. Royal 8yo. cloth, 12s. 60.[4325

guage. A Manual for the Acquirement of a Grammati. (Vide Ady. 692.)

cal and Correct Knowledge of German, By Franz Adolf HISTORICAL Record of the 92nd Highlanders. 8vo. pp.

Moschzisker. 12mo. pp. 160, cloth, 7s............. (4349 200, cloth, 8s..................................... MURRAY's Handbook of Modern London, or London as HISTORICAL Record of the 31st Foot, and of the Marine

it is. 12mo. pp. 306, cloth, 5s...... Corps. Compiled by Richard Cannon, Esq. 8vo. pp.

(Vide Adv. 514.) 320, cloth, 8s. .......

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NUNN (T.)- Posthumous Letters on Christian ExperiHOBLYN (R. D.)- British Plants; containing an Expla

ence to a friend. By Thomas Nunn. 12mo. (Sleaford),

pp. 140, sd. ls.; cloth, ls. 6d. .................... [4351 nation of Classification, &c. By R. D. Hoblyn. 12mo. pp. 126, sewed, 1s....

O'DONOVAN (Jno.)-Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland. (Scott's First Books in Science.)

By the Four Masters. 1st Division. 2 vols. (Dublin), (Vide Adv. 608.)

4to. cloth, ................................ HUTTON (C.)-Ruled Paper Books to Book-keeping. Sin. PAROCHIAL PAPERS. Edited by the Rev. John Armi

gle Entry, Books 1 and 2, folio (Edinburgh), sewed, 2s. ; ! stead. Vol. 1, 12mo. pp. 164, cloth, 7s............. [4353 Double Entry, Books 1 and 2, sewed, 25. ..........[4328

PETRARCH.-Odes. Translated into English Verse, by IGABUS; or, the Last of the Druids : an Historical Poem. Capt. R. G. Macgregor. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 238, cloth; By Esther Le Hardy. 12o. cloth, 5s............. [4329

4s. 60. ....... JASPER LYLE: a Tale of Kaffir Land. By Mrs. Ward. PICTURESQUE GUIDE to the Lakes of Killarney, with Vol. 1, pp. 220, boards, 1s.; cloth, ls. 6d........... [4330 | Views. 8vo. (Dublin), sd. 3s. 6d. ................ [4355 (Railway Library.)

POPULAR LIBRARY. - Shakespeare's (W.) Dramatic KATE CONNOR; or, a Text for all Things : written in Works. By W. Hazlitt. Vol. 3, Part 2, 12mo, sd. Is.

Simple Language, and intended for Distribution among cloth, Is. 60. ...............................
the Irish Peasantry. By Sidney O'Moore. 2d edition,
18mo. (Dublin), pp. 36, sewed, 4d. ................ (4331

PRENTICE (A.)-Historical Sketches and Personal Recol

lections of Manchester. By A. Prentice. 2d edition, KIMBAR (T.)–Construction of Vauban's First System; Svo, cloth, 6s.....................................[4337 consisting of Drawings as executed at Sandhurst and

RAIKE (H.)-A Popular Sketch of the Origin and DeveAddiscombe: with Instructions giving the dimensions of every Line and Angle, and Remarks on Plan Drawing,

lopment of the English Constitution, from the Earliest

Period to the Present Time. By Henry Raike. Vol. 1, Shadowing, and Colouring. By Thomas Kumber, B.A.

to the Accession of James the First. 80. PP. 100, mens 8vo. pp. 34, cloth, 5s............

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88. .......................................... LAMARTINE (A.) – The History of the Restorations of (Vide Adv. 653.)

the Monarchy in France. By Alphonse De Lamartine. RUSKIN (J.)-Pre-Raphaelitism. By the Author of " MoVol. 1, post 8vo. pp. 530, cloth, 5s.

.....[4333 dern Painters." 8vo. pp. 70, sewed, 25. .......... [4359 (Vide Adv. 548.)

(Vide Adv. 662.)

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Alphabetical Liit of New Works—continued.

RYLE (J. C>—Are you Regenerate: a Question for the
Times. By the Rev. J. C. Kyle. 12mo. (Ipswich), sewed,

ad [«ao

SANDY (O—A History of Gavelkind and other Remarkable Customs in the County of Kent. By Charles Sandy. 8vo. pp. 370, cloth, 15s [4361

SCARLET LETTER and House of the Seven Gables. By

N. Hawthorne. 12mo. cloth, 2s. Oil [4362

(Routledge's Standard Novels.)

SCULPTURE in the Great Exhibition: Friendly Observations, addressed In a spirit of Kindness and candour, to the Sculptors and Artists of Great Britain, and also to our Foreign Contributors. By a Lover of Painting and

Sculpture. Pp. 32, 6d [4363

(Vide Adv. 681.)

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