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ETIENNE (M.)-The Little Boy's First French Book; with Exercises, Vocabulary, &c. By M. Etienne. 12mo. pp. 106, cloth, 2s. 6d. ....[4657

FAIRY TALES (TWO); arranged in a Dramatic Form. By a Lady. Square, pp. 88, sewed, 1s. 6d. ........[4658 (Vide Adv. 755.)

FIVE OLD PLAYS, illustrating the Early Progress of the English Drama. Edited from copies either unique or of great rarity, by J. Payne Collier, Esq. 4to. pp. 426, halfbound .[4659

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GASPARIN (A.)-Fortune-seeking in the Capital. By the Countess Agénor de Gasparin. 18mo. pp. 110, sewed, 8d..........


GOWER (J.)—Poema quod dicitur Vox Clamantis, necnon Chronica Tripartita, auctore Johanne Gower, nunc primum edidit H. O. Coxe, M.A., impensis Societatis Roxburgensis. 4to. pp. 472, half-bound [4663 (Roxburghe Club.) HALLEY (R.)-Lectures on the Sacrament. Part 2-The Lord's Supper. By R. Halley. 8vo. pp. 400, cloth, 10s. 6d. ..[4664

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PARLOUR (THE) Magazine of the Literature of all Nations, Vol. 1. Royal 8vo. cloth, 5s........ .[4706

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SYRIAC Reading Lessons; consisting of copious Extracts from the Peschito of the Old and New Testaments: with the Crusade of Richard I., from the Chronicles of Bar. Hebræus Gramonz. Translated, with the Elements of Syriac Grammar. Post Svo. pp. 100, cloth, 5s.....[4735 (Vide Adv. 753.)

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