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COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF BOOKS

General, Theological, Historical, Artistic,

Educational, and Juvenile.

TO WHICH IS APPENDED

A SEPARATE LIST OF THE VOLUMES INCLUDED IN

BOHN'S LIBRARIES.

PUBLISHED BY

GEORGE BELL AND SONS,

YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.

CAMBRIDGE: DEIGHTON, BELL, & CO.

1889.

For Catalogue of Bohn's Libraries see after page-100.
For Classified Indexes see page 95, and at the end.

3180217.20

LIBRARY

By

mace! GEORGE BELL & SONS'

Recent and Forthcoming Works.

THE ALL-ENGLAND SERIES OF ATHLETIC GAMES, comprising CRICKET, LAWN TENNIS, ROWING AND SCULLING, GOLF, SAILING, SWIMMING, WRESTLING, CYCLING, FOOTBALL, TENNIS, ATHLETICS, BOXING, FENCING, and SKATING. In Shilling Volumes, by writers who are in the first rank in their respective departments. See pages 6 and 7 of Catalogue.

THE CLUB SERIES OF CARD AND TABLE GAMES, comprising WHIST, BILLIARDS, CHESS, DRAUGHTS, BACKGAMMON, DOMINOES, SOLITAIRE, PIQUET, BEZIQUE, ECARTE, CRIBBAGE, POKER, &c. &c. See p.

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BELL'S AGRICULTURAL SERIES, containing volumes on 'The
Farm and Dairy,' Manures and their Uses,''Practical Fruit Growing,'
'Feeding Stock,' 'Soils and their Management,' 'Diseases of Crops,' &c.
Profusely illustrated, 2s. 6d. each. See page 11.

LIFE AND EPISTLES OF ST. PAUL. By T. Lewin, M.A.,
F.S.A. With numerous Illustrations. Fifth edition. 2 vols. 4to. 21. 2s.

NEW VOLUME OF PREBENDARY SADLER'S CHURCH COMMENTARY.
THE EPISTLES OF ST. PAUL TO THE GALATIANS,
EPHESIANS, AND PHILIPPIANS. With Notes Critical and Practical.
By the Rev. M. F. SADLER, Rector of Honiton, and Prebendary of Wells.
With Three Excursuses: I. The present application of the teaching of this
Epistle (Galatians). —II. Christian Liberty.-III. Faith and the Faith.
Crown 8vo. 6s.

THE EPISTLES TO THE COLOSSIANS AND THE
THESSALONIANS,
[In the press.
COVENTRY PATMORE'S PRINCIPLE IN ART, and other
Essays. 5s.

NOTES ON SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS. With Introduction,
Summary, Grammatical Peculiarities, &c. By T. DUFF (BARNETT, B.A.,
Lond., Second Master in the Brighton Grammar School. Specially adapted
for the Local and Preliminary Exams, Crown 8vo, Is. each,

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, JULIUS CESAR, THE TEMPEST, MACBETH, HENRY THE FIFTH, HAMLET, MERCHANT OF VENICE.

'The notes are comprehensive and concise.'-Educational Times,

• Comprehensive, practical, and reliable.'-Schoolmaster.

YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
September 1889.

A Complete Catalogue of Works

PUBLISHED BY

GEORGE BELL & SONS.

Arranged Alphabetically.

ACHILLES TATIUS. Translated. 5s.-See Greek Romances, BOHN'S

CLASS. LIB.

ADAMS (Dr. E.) THE ELEMENTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By Ernest Adams, Ph.D. 22nd edition. Post 8vo, 4s. 6d.

THE RUDIMENTS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND ANALYSIS. 17th thousand. Fcap. 8vo. IS.

(H. G. and H. B.) THE SMALLER BRITISH BIRDS.—See NAT. HIST. LIB.

(L. E.) A CONCISE SYSTEM OF PARSING. By Lionel E. Adams, B.A., London. Fcap. 8vo. Is. 6d.

BRITISH LAND AND FRESHWATER SHELLS. The Collector's Manual. Containing Figures and Descriptions of every Species, an Account of their Habits, Localities, &c. By Lionel Ernest Adams, B.A. Illustrated by G. W. Adams and the Author. Crown 8vo. 5s. 6d. ; with coloured plates, 7s. 6d.

(Douglas). See All-England Series (Skating).

ADDISON'S WORKS. 6 vols. 3s. 6d. each.—See BOHN'S STAN. LIB. ADOLPHUS (Rev. O.) COMPENDIUM THEOLOGICUM, or Manual for Students in Theology, with Examination Papers. By the Rev. 0. Adolphus, M.A. 5th edition, revised and enlarged. 12mo. 8s. 6d. ÆSCHYLUS. Edited, with an English Commentary, by F. A, Paley, M.A., LL.D. 4th edition, revised. Demy 8vo. 8s.-See Bib, Class,

Text only, F. A. Paley, M.A., LL.D. 16mo, 25.-See Cam. G. & L.

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Texts.

ÆSCHYLUS. PROMETHEUS VINCTUS, SEPTEM CONTRA THEBAS, AGAMEMNON, PERSÆ, EUMENIDES, and CHEPHORE. With Notes and Introduction by F. A. Paley, M.A., LL.D. Fcap. 8vo. Is. 6. each.-See Cam. Texts with Notes.

Translated into English Prose, with short Notes, by F. A. Paley, M.A., LL.D. 2nd edition, revised. Demy 8vo. 7s. 6d.

Translated into English Verse by Anna Swanwick. 4th edition, revised. 55.-See BOHN'S CLASS. LIB.

Literally translated into Prose. 35. 6d. See BOHN'S CLASS. LIB,

SOP'S FABLES. Illustrated. IS.

AGASSIZ and GOULD'S COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY.
BOHN'S SC. LIB.

5s.-See

AGRICULTURAL SERIES.—See Bell's Agricultural Series. AIDÉ (Hamilton). SONGS WITHOUT MUSIC. See Chiswick Series. À KEMPIS (Thomas),—See Goodwin.

AKENSIDE'S POEMS. 5s. and Is. 6d.-See Aldine Poets.
ALCOCK (C. W.) See All-England Series (Football).

ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS.

The editors of the various authors in this Series have in all cases endeavoured to make the collections of Poems as complete as possible, and in many instances copyright Poems are to be found in these editions which are not in any other. The volumes are carefully edited, in most cases with Notes and a Memoir. A Portrait also is added in all cases where an authentic one is accessible. The volumes are printed on toned paper in fcap. 8vo. size, and neatly bound in cloth, price 55. each (except Collins, 3s. 6d.).

** A Cheap Reprint of the Series, neat cloth, 1s. 6d. per volume, or the 52 vols. bound in half morocco, gl. 98.

AKENSIDE. With Memoir by the Rev. A. Dyce, and additional Letters. BEATTIE. With Memoir by the Rev. A. Dyce.

BURNS. With Memoir by Sir Harris Nicolas, and additional Copyright Pieces. 3 vols.

BUTLER. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford.

2 vols.

CHAUCER. Edited by R. Morris, LL.D., with Memoir by Sir Harris Nicolas. 6 vols.

CHURCHILL. Tooke's edition, revised, with Memoir by James Hannay. 2 vols.

COLLINS. Edited, with Memoir, by W. Moy Thomas.

COWPER, including his Translations. Edited, with Memoir, and additional Copyright Pieces, by John Bruce, F.S.A. 3 vols.

Carefully

DRYDEN. With Memoir by the Rev. R. Hooper, F.S.A.
revised. 5 vols.

FALCONER. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford.
GOLDSMITH. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford. Revised.

ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS (continued).

GRAY. With Notes and Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford.

KIRKE WHITE. With Memoir by Sir H. Nicolas, and additional Notes.
Carefully revised.

MILTON. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford. 3 vols.
PARNELL. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford.

POPE. With Memoir by the Rev. A. Dyce. 3 vols.
PRIOR. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford. 2 vols.
SHAKESPEARE'S POEMS. With Memoir by the Rev. A. Dyce.
SPENSER. Edited, with Memoir, by J. Payne Collier. 5 vols.
SURREY. Edited, with Memoir, by James Yeowell.

SWIFT. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford. 3 vols.

THOMSON. With Memoir by Sir H. Nicolas, annotated by Peter Cun-
ningham, F.S.A., and additional Poems, carefully revised.
WYATT. Edited, with Memoir, by James Yeowell.
YOUNG. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford, and additional Poems. 2 vols.

2 vols.

The following volumes of a New Series have lately been issued, 58. each. BLAKE, With a Memoir by W. M. Rossetti.

CAMPBELL. Edited by his Son-in-law, the Rev. A. W. Hill. With a Memoir by W. Allingham.

CHATTERTON. Edited by the Rev. W. W. Skeat, M.A., late Fellow of Christ College, Cambridge. Including the acknowledged Poems and Satires, the Rowley Poems, with an Essay proving their authorship, a Memoir of the Poet, and Selections from his Prose Writings. 2 vols.

COLERIDGE.

With Introduction and Notes by T. Ashe, B.A., St. John's College, Cambridge. With Portrait after a Crayon Drawing by R. Hancock, and an Engraving of Greta Hall, 2 vols.

HERBERT. Edited, with Memoir, by the Rev. A. B. Grosart.
KEATS. With a Memoir by the late Lord Houghton.

RALEIGH and WOTTON. With Selections from the Writings of other COURTLY POETS from 1540 to 1650. Edited by the Ven. Archdeacon Hannah, D.C.L. With Portrait of Raleigh.

ROGERS. With Memoir by Edward Bell, M.A,

VAUGHAN. Sacred Poems and Pious Ejaculations. With Memoir by the Rev, H. F. Lyte.

Uniform with the Aldine Edition of the British Poets,

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SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKS. Edited by S. W. Singer. With a Life of the Poet by W. Watkiss Lloyd, Author of a Volume of Critical Essays on the Plays.' In 10 vols. 2s. 6d, each; or half-morocco, 50s. the set; or with plates, 31.

'The Aldine Edition of Shakespeare is of a small octavo size, convenient for carrying about, and is printed in good clear type. There is a biography of Shakespeare, introductions to each of the plays, and a series of footnotes, which are brief, practical, and to the point, and sufficient in number without becoming, as is the case with most notes, an irritating distraction to the reader.'-Saturday Review.

'A cheap, compact, well-printed, and well-annotated edition,'-Standard.

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