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RYLE (J. C.)- Are you Regenerate: a Question for the SMITH (J.)-Trade and Travels in the Gulf of Guinea, Times. By the Rev. J.C. Ryle. 12mo. (Ipswich), sewed,
Western Africa; with an Account of the Manners, Ha2d.
bits, &c. By John Smith. 12mo. pp. 240, cl. 38. 6d (4371
(Weale's Series j............. [4376
SANDY (C.)- A History of Gavelkind and other Remark. | STORIES for Summer Days and Winter Nights, 2d Series.
able Customs in the County of Kent. By Charles Sandy. Vol. 2, 18mo. boards, 18........................... [4372 8vo. pp. 370, cloth, 15s. .......................... (4361
STRONG (L.)-Gospel Reminiscences in the West Indies : SCARLET LETTER and House of the Seven Gables. By
a Brief and Simple Record of the Lord's gracious Work N. Hawthorne. 12mo. cloth, 2s. 6d.......
among the Indians of British Guiana. By Leonard
........ (4362 (Routledge's Standard Novels.)
Strong. 18mo. (Bath), pp. 50, sewed, 1s. .......... (1373 SCULPTURE in the Great Exhibition : Friendly Observa- | TAYLOR (G. H.)-Notes and Sketches of Gallery or Col
tions, addressed in a spirit of Kindness and candour, to lective Bible Lessons; to which are added, Hints to the Sculptors and Artists of Great Britain, and also to Teachers. By George Henry Taylor. 12mo. pp. 284, our Foreign Contributors. By a Lover of Painting and cloth, 3s. 6d. .......
................ (4374 Sculpture. Pp. 32, 6d... (Vide Adv. 681.)
TILT (E. J.)-On the Preservation of the Health of Women SHORT FORMS of PRAYER for Family or Private Devo
at the Critical Periods of Life. By E. J. Tilt. 12mo. pp.
150, cloth, 48. 6d. .... tion; compiled from the Prayer Book of the Church of
********.................. (4375 England. By a Clergyman. 12mo. pp. 44, cloth,1s.[4364 | TOMLINSON (C.)-Introduction to the Study of Natural
Philosophy. By C. Tomlinson. New edition, 12mo. pp. SHORTLAND (E.)-The Southern Districts of New Zea 170, cloth, Is. 6d. ..
land: a Journal; with Passing Notices of the Customs of the Aborigines. By Edward Shortland. Post 8vo.
TRIMMER (MRS. A.)-General Outlines of Ancient Hispp. 300, cloth, 10s. 60............................. (4365
tory. By Mrs. A. Trimmer. New edition, 18mo. pp. SILCOCK (0.)-Ironmonger's Tables ; being a Set of Ta
180, half-bound, 2s. 6d. , bles adapted to aid the Ironmonger in all the Calcula
TURNER'S Fashionable Letter Writer. New edition, tions connected with his Trade; also, several valuable concise Rules for Measurement and general Computa.
18mo. cloth, 2s. 60. ..........
........... [4378 tions; together with Miscellaneous Forms and Memo
TUPPER (M. F.)--Proverbial Philosophy, in French. By randa relating to Commerce in general. By O. Silcock. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 40, cloth, 5s...
Martin F. Tupper. 12mo. pp. 550, cloth, 88. ...... [4379 SIX FAMILIAR LECTURES for the Use of Young Mili.
VAUX (W. S. W.)-A Handbook to Antiquities in the tary Officers. By a Field Officer. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 106,
British Museum. By W. S. W. Vaux. Post 8vo. pp. cloth, 4s, 6d. ....
492, with illustrations, cloth, 7s. 6d. .............. [4380
.......... (4367 (Parker's Military Manuals.)
(Vide Adv. 700.)
| VERRALL (C.) - The Spine: its Curvatures and other SLEIGH (A. W.)--Preliminary Treatise on the Resources Diseases; their Symptoms, Treatment, and Cure: to
of Ancient Mauritania, or the Territory of Western Za which are added, some Remarks on Paralysis. By hara Suz; with Observations on Christianity and the Charles Verrall. 8vo. pp. 250, cloth, 6s. .......... (4381 Suppression of Slavery. By Captain Adderley W. Sleigh. 8vo. pp. 138, cloth, 5s. .....
.......[4368 WOODMAN (W.)– True Nature, Object, Necessity, and
Uses of Baptism. 12mo. pp. 96, cloth, 28. ........ [4382 SMALL BOOKS on Great Subjects, No. 19. On the State of Man subsequent to the Promulgation of Christianity. | WORLD'S FAIR (The); or, Children's Prize Gift Book of Part 1, 12mo. pp. 262, cloth, 3s. 60..... ........(1369 the Great Exhibition of 1851. 12mo. pp. 106, cloth, (Vide Ady. 614.)
2s. 6d. .......................................... (4383 SMITH (J.)--Our Scottish Clergy, 3d Series. Fifty-two
Law Reports. Sketches, Biographical, Theological, and Critical, including Clergymen of all Denominations. Edited by FONBLANQUE'S New Bankruptcy Cases. Vol. 1, Part 2, John Smith. 8vo. (Edinburgh), pp. 300, cloth, 7s.6d. (4370 |
MR. BENTLEY announces the 2d volume of the Translation of Migner's LIFE AND TIMES OF MARY QUEEN OF Scots, to be ready in a few days, completing the work in 2 vols. 8vo.
PROFESSOR BROWNE's History Of GREEK AND CLASSICAL LITERATURE, with an Introduction on the Language, Biographical Notices, &c. will be published shortly, in 2 vols. 8vo.
MESSRS. HARPER and BROTHERS, of New York, have just issued a new catalogue of their publications. This catalogue comprises 1285 books, or 1686 volumes; 540 of which are original works, and 745 reprints. In the 540 copyright works are included many valuable translations, the principal balance against copyright works being the reprints of novels.
WORKS OF FREDERICK THE GREAT.—The 16th, 17th, and 18th volumes of the complete works of this distinguished sovereign have just been published at Berlin. They are entirely occupied with his correspondence. There are 4000 letters written by him-two-thirds are in French, the other third, chiefly on military operations, are in German, and were addressed to his generals. The whole letters belong to the state archives. The edition of the great Frederick's works, now in course of publication, was undertaken by order of the present King of Prussia, and at his expense.
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