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MR. MURRAY'S

LIST OF NEW BOOKS.

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MILITARY EVENTS in ITALY, 1848-9. insisted from the German. By Lord Ellesmere. »h Map. Post 8vo. 9s.

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The LEXINGTON PAPERS. Extracted from *f>ffirial and Private Correspondence of Lord Lexington, !n!f Minister at Vienna, 1694-98. Edited by the Hon. H. AjjKRs Sutton. 8vo. 14s.

7.

"The FORTY-FIVE." Being the Narrative of * Rebellion in Scotland of 1745. By Lord Mahon. w Sro. 3s.—(Extracted from hie " History of England."

8.

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

9.

MANUAL of ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY;

'• the Ancient Changes of the Earth and its Inhabitants. J^tcbablesltell. 3d Edition, revised. With 500 'awcats. 8vo. 12».

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ENGLAND AS IT IS: Political, Social, and ffctrtal, in the Middleof the 19th Century. By Wh. 'sstrox. a vols, post 8vo. 18s.

11.

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

12.

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.

Cheaper Edition. Portraits. Royal 8vo. 12s.

15.

CRABBE's LIFE and POEMS. ONE VOL. Cheaper Edition. Portrait. Royal 8vo. 10s. 6d.

16.

CROKER's BOSWELL's JOHNSON. ONE

VOLUME. Cheaper Edition. Portraits. Royal 8vo. 15s.

17.

SPECIMENS of the TABLE-TALK of the late S. T. COLERIDGE. 3d Edition. Portrait. Fcp. 8vo. 6s.

IS.

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

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SALMONIA j or, Days of Fly-Fishing. By Sir Humphry Davy. 4th Edition. Woodcuts. Fcp. 8vo. 6s.

Next Week,

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

21.

A VOYAGE to the MAURITIUS. By the Author of " Paddiana." Post Svo.

22.

MURRAY'S MODERN COOKERY, based on the work of Mrs. Runokll; but entirely revised, and brought down to the Present Time, by A Lady. Woodcuts. Post 8vo. 6».

23.

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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THE PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR.

[jan. 16,

Just published,

A COMPANION TO THE ENGLISH "STRUWWELPETER."

A LAUGHTER BOOK FOR LITTLE FOLK.

ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN LARGE COLOURED COMIC PICTURES. Demy 4 to. price 2s. 6d. Cuudall and Addey, 21, Old Bond Street; and William Tegg and Co., Queen Street, Cheapside. (41)

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.

Taunton: J. Barnicott, Fore Street. London: Longman and Co. (42)

AUSTRALASIA and PRISON DISCI
PLINE.—The Present State of the Colonies o

New South Wales,Western Australia, South Australia
Victoria, and New Zealand: Suggestions for obviatini
the Difficulties attending the Transportation of Con
victs, with a Description of the Penal Settlements o
Van Dieman's Land. By Henry Melville. De
dicated, by permission, to the Right Hon. Eaxl Grey
C. Cox, 12, King William Street, Strand; an.
E. Wilson. Royal Exchange. (43)

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

Now firfi imprynted in one fmall Booke. Price js. td., in fancy Antique Binding.

"This littell Booke containeth ye pleafaunt £■? profitable "Journal/ kept by f firft Wyfe of John Milton; it truthfully "reciteth her loving Court/hip, her unhappie Marriage, her "Departure from her HuJbanSs Home, and her Return and "perfecle Reconcilement."

London :Hall, Virtue and Co., 25, Paternojier Rovu. (**)

Now ready, in one handsome vol. Svo., illustrated with numerous Plates and Woodcuts, price j£'l. Is.

THE ROMAN WALL:

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

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.

DR. ACHILLI'S DISCLOSURES.

(45)

Published This Day, in 8vo. price 10s. 6d. handsomely bound in cloth,

DEALINGS With THE INQUISITION

OR,

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

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

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Advertisements of New Books, fyc.—continued.

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PUBLICATIONS FOR JANUARY.

ILLUSTRATIONS OF ZOOLOCY.

Comprising above a Thousand Figures of Quadrupeds, Birds, Fi9h, Reptiles, Molluscs, Insects, and other Invertebrato Animals. Engraved by J. W. Lowry and Thomas Landseer, from Original Drawings by Charles Landseer, Sowerby, &c. Eighty-nine Plates, with descriptive Letterpress, embracing a general view of the Ancient Kingdom. Imperial Ito. cloth, gilt edges, 31s. 6d.

ENCYCLOPAEDIA METROPOLITANA. VOL. XII.

A Manual of Roman Antiquities. Bv William Ramsay, M.A., Professor of Humanity in the University of Glasgow. With Map and numerous Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth.

SCOTTISH SONC.

A Hand-book of Scottish Song: with Music, Notes,
and Illustrations.
Edited by William MncnmsoJf.
Crown 8vo. fancy binding, 5s.

CYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIOUS ANECDOTE.

A Vast Collection of Moral and Religious Anecdotes: with Essay, By Rev. Dr. Cheevee. Crown 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.

THE BOOK OF NATURE.

Containing an Introduction to the Sciences of Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Geology, Botany, Zoology, and Physiology.

By Professor Sciicedlee. Edited from the Fifth German Edition by II. Medlock, F.C.S., Senior Assistant in the Royal College of Chemistry.

One Volume, post 8vo. with 400 Engravings. Part I.—Containing General Introduction, Physics,

Astronomy, and Chemistry, 5a. cloth. Part II.—Containing Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology.

[To lie ready next month.

HISTORY OF GREECE.

Fran the Earliest Period to the Close of the Belo

ponncsian War. B; Sir T. X. Talfocdd, D.C.L., the Rev. J. B. Ottlev, M.A., J. T. Ruit, Esq., and E. Pocooke,

Illustrated by upwards of 100 Engravings. Forming Vol. XIII. of the Revised Edition of the "Eneyclopfedia Metropolitana."

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MR. NEWBY'S
NEW PUBLICATIONS.

To be had at any Library,

BERTHA;

A ROMANCE OF THE DARK AGES.

"We gladly recommend a work, the learning purity, and interest of which we are sure must please all kinds of readers."—Morning Chronicle.

"This romance has a claim upon the public attention at the present moment beyond the mere parsing consideration which attaches to it as a work of fiction. It furnishes us with some curious and highly interesting information, derived from sources far beyond the reach of ordinary readers, respecting the state of the church * * Viewed in this light, 'Bertha,' will be referred to by all who are interested in the recent movement of the Papal power in this country,"—Morning Herald.

HENRY SMEATON;

A JACOBITE ROMANCE of the DAYS of

GEORGE the FIRST.

By G. P. R. James, Esq.

"A thousand beauties await the readers of 'Henry Smeaton.' "—naval And Military Gazette.

"Were we called upon to point out the best work of this

author, we think we might safely give 'Henry Smeatou.'

It is full of beauties."—New York Herald.

III.

In 1 vol. 10s. 6d.

SCENES from ITALIAN LIFE.

By L. Mabiotti, Authorof " Italy, Pastand Present."

In the Press,

In 3 vols, (on the 15th),

WARKWORTH CASTLE;

A HISTORICAL ROMANCE. With Introductory

Letter by the late Miss Jane Porter,

Author of " Thaddeus of Warsaw," '• ScottishChiefs."

II.

(On the 30th,)

MASTERS and 'WORKMEN;

A TALE ILLUSTRATIVE of the SOCIAL and MORAL CONDITION of the PEOPLE.

By Lord B

"Ay, verily, it will be a comely sight in England, when men shall go on ns in a better world, bearing with each other's infirmities, joining in each other's comforts."

Sir Walter Scott.
III.
In February, in 2 vols.

TALVI'S HISTORY of the COLONIZATION of AMERICA.

By William Hazlitt, Esq.

IV.

In 2 vols. 21s. The

PASTORS in the WILDERNESS;

A HISTORY of the HUGUENOTS, from the
REVOCATION of the EDICT of NANTES to
the FIRST FRENCH REVOLUTION.
By a Lutheran Divine.

v.
In 3 vols, (in February),

FERNLEY MANOR;

A NOVEL.

By Mrs. Mackenzie Daniels, Author of "My

Sister Minnie," "Our Guardian," &c.

SUPERNATURAL ILLUSIONS.

Printed uniform with the "Nightside of Nature." By Mrs. Crowe, to which it will form a Sequel. By Major Begbie. (48)

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MESSRS. HOPE AND CO.'s NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1.

EUGENIE, the Young Laundress of the Bastille. By Marin De La YoyE. 3 vols, post 8vo. price 31s. 6d. cloth. [Ready.

2.

AMBROSE MACLANDRETH; or, the Religious Enthusiast: a Tale. By a ClergyMan Of The Church Of England. 1 vol. post 8vo. 4s. cloth. [Ready.

3.

THE EMIGRANT SHIP, and other Poems,
By James Lister Smith, Esq., of the Middle
Temple. 1 vol. 12mo. 3s. 6d. cloth. [Ready.
4.

MUSGROVE: a Slory of Gelsland Spa, and other Tales. By Mrs. Gordon, Author of " Kingsconnel," &c. &c. 2 vols, post 8vo. 21s. cloth. [In the press.

London: Hope and Co., Publishers, "Statesman's Portfolio" Office, 16, Great Marlborough Street. ^49)_

THE CHRONOLOGICAL NEW TESTAMENT, in which the Text of the AUTHORISED VERSION is newly divided into Paragraphs and Sections, with the Dates and Places of Transactions marked, the Marginal Renderings of the Translators, many illustrative Parallel Passages printed at length, brief Introductions to each Book, and a running Analysis of the Epistles. Dedicated, by special permission, to the Lord Bishop of St. David's. Fcp. 4to. 7s. Oil. cloth; and in Monthly Parts Is. each.

"In the present edition, readers are provided with mnny judicious and useful helps."

Gentleman's Magazine, Jan. 1,1851.

"Usefulness it the essential characteristic of this edition

of the New Testament and the editor is entitled to

much praise for the thought and labour hebasbestowed in devising and working out so many happy contrivances and arrangements for the full, profitable, suggestive, and edifying use of the sacred volume."—Dr. KiTTO.Jan. 1,1851.

"It is printed in legible type, and the general getting up is worthy of hi(;h commendation."

Church Of England Quarterly Review.

Robert B. Blackader, 13, Paternoster Row; and sold by Samuel BagsterandSons, 15, Paternoster Row. (50)

ARCHITECTURE du V au XVP SIECLE (Moyen-age et Renaissance), et les Arts qui en dependent,—la Sculpture, la Peinture murale, la Peinture eur Verre, la Mosai'que, la Ferronnerie, etc. Published from Original Drawings of the principal French and Foreign Architects. By Jules GailhaBaud.

This remarkable work will consist of from 300 to 350 Plates, plain or coloured, royal 4to. which will appear in Numbers, twice a week, each containing two engraved or chromo-lithographic Plates by the first artists, accompanied by Archaeological Notices. Price of each Number, 2s.

*#* Architects, sculptors, painters, draughtsmen, and decorative artists, will here find au inexhaustible store of types and models belonging to every period of art, collected during many years of unceasing travel and research j while to the man of the world, the historian, and the antiquarian, the text will supply a fund of valuable historical information.

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COUNTRY HOUSES; including Designs for Cottages, Farm-houses, and Villas, -with Remarks on Interiors, Furniture, and the best mode of Warming and Ventilating. Illustrated with 320 Engravings. By A. J. Downing, Author of "Designs for Cottage Residences," &c. In one vol. 8vo. £1. 5s. cloth.

JAMAICA in 1830; or, the Effects of Sixteen Years of Freedom on a slave Colony. By John Bigelow, Co-Editor of the "New York Evening Post." One vol. 12mo. 6s. cloth.

CHEMICAL and PHARMACEUTIC \L MANIPULATIONS: a Manual of the Mechanical and Cbemico-Mechanical Operations of the Laboratory; containing a complete description of the most approved Apparatus, with instructions as to their application and management, both in Manufacturing Processes and in the more exact details of Analysis and Research. For the use of Chemists, Druggists, Teachers, and Students. By Camfbelx Morfit. One vol. 8vo. with 423 Illustrations, 14s.

A UNIVERSAL FORMULARY: containing the Methods of Preparing and Administering Officinal and other Medicines, the whole adapted to Physicians and Pharmaceutists. By R. E. Grifpith M.D. One vol. 8vo. 16s.

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BOTANY.—The BOTANICAL TEXTBOOK: an Introduction to Scientific Botany, both Structural and Systematic. For Colleges] Schools, and Private Students. Third Edition rewritten and enlarged, illustrated with 1200 Woodcuts. By Asa Gray, M.D. One vol. 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth*

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MIDNIGHT HARMONIES; or, Thoughts
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THE BARD OP THE FOREST.

POEMS and TALES, with an Autobio-
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