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200 engravings on wood, principally from photographs. This will conclude Mr. Mayhew's work on the condition of "Those who will work, Those who cannot work, and Those who will not work," in the great metropolis.

Messrs. MORGAN & CHASE announce that on May 1st, the Revival, a Weekly Summary of Events connected with the present Revival of Religion, will be doubled in size and price. Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER, & GALPIN will publish on May 12, the first number of the New Testament portion of Cassell's Illustrated Family Bible; also, on same day, with No. 234 of Cassell's Paper, the first number of Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper Exhibitor, a Record of the Great Exhibition of 1862.

Messrs. HURST & BLACKETT, in addition to works already announced, have in the press: Adventures among the Andamans, by Dr. Mouat; Female Life in Prison, by a Prison Matron; Owen, a Waif, by the Author of High Church; A new Story by the Author of Margaret and Her Bridesmaids. Mr. Bernard MacCabe's authorised translation of Dr. Döllinger's celebrated work on the Papal Government is ready this day.

Mr. JAMES HAGGER has now ready an entirely new work entitled The New Illustrated London Guide for 1862, by Edward Lance Tarbuck.

Our contemporaries have generally announced that the third volume of Mr. Carlyle's Life of Frederick the Great will appear this month, but it will not be ready until about the middle of May.

It will

Mr. John Forster's Life of Sir John Eliot, rewritten and extended to two volumes post 8vo., uniform with the Arrest of the Five Members, will be published in November next. contain two portraits from original paintings at Port Eliot.

The second series of Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers, announced by Messrs. LONGMAN & Co., promises to rival in beauty and interest its magnificent predecessor. The editor is Mr. Edward Shirley Kennedy, President of the Alpine Club, the members of which contribute the various sections. Among the contents we observe: Icelandic Travelling, by Edward T. Holland; The Ober Engadine, by Arthur Milman and the Editor; The Noric Alps, by W. Brinton; The Chamounix District, by J. G. Dodson, M.P., and the Rev. Charles Hudson; The Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers of Mount Rosa, by E. Schweitzer and others; The Urner, Bernese, and Valasian Oberland, by the Rev. Leslie Stephen, F. F. Tuckett, R.W. Elliot Forster, and others; besides the Graian Alps, the Cottian Alps, Excursions in Dauphiné, the Pyrenees, the Glaciers of Norway, Phenomena and Tables of the Heights of the principal Peaks and Passes, by various other members of the Club. The work, which is nearly ready, will appear in 2 vols. square crown 8vo., with four double maps and ten single maps, and 51 illustrations.

The Queen, under the management of its new proprietor, Mr. Crockford, has taken a new start, and is likely to make way. Its peculiar province, that of conveying amusement and information to lady readers and family circles, is borne steadily in view. The publication is now under the management of a lady.

Among books claiming our notice we find a neat little thick volume entitled The Cheshire Pilgrims, or Sketches of Crusading Life in the Thirteenth Century, by Frances M. Wilbraham, published by Mr. Morgan, of Paternoster Row, which forms an interesting contribution to the Romance of History; The Railway Traveller's Handbook, or Hints, Suggestions, and Advice, before the Journey, on the Journey, and after the Journey (Lockwood & Co.) supplies a great deal of useful information which we should certainly be puzzled to find elsewhere. It is a handy, portable eighteenpenny book, and one which in these locomotive times appeals to every class of the community. We have also a useful volume of tables, compiled by Mr. Edmund H. Haines, for the use of practical stationers and printers, entitled The Papermaker's and Stationer's Calculator. It will enable any person engaged in these trades to find in a moment the value, "Good and Retree," of a ream of paper of any weight, and of any given price per pound, the equivalent rate per ream of various sizes, the quantity of paper to be given out for a job-in short, to settle nearly all the problems which they are daily called upon to decide. We have also a first part of the Right Hon. Joseph Napier's Lectures on Butler's Analogy of Religion, published by Messrs. Hodges & Smith, of Dublin, the main object of which appears to be to direct attention to the exact import of the text of that great master of close reasoning-to make Butler, in fact, his own practical commentator.

The Family Treasury of Sabbath Reading, edited by the Rev. Andrew Cameron, a monthly part of which is now before us, occupies a respectable place among the magazines which combine religious instruction with entertaining reading and general information useful to young and old. For cheapness, the monthly part, price sixpence, cannot certainly be surpassed.

Messrs. GORDON & Co. have added to their School and Home Series of cheap children's books Miss Edgworth's Story entitled Lame Jervas, and The Story of the Robins, by Mrs. Trimmer. First numbers of the two new "Library Circulars are before us. Mr. Mudie's occupies 32 pages 4to., and announces a circulation amongst his subscribers of 20,000. That of Messrs. Tinsley Brothers gives 48 pages medium 8vo. Both are devoted to new and second-hand books. Our obituary, fortunately, has not for some time included a name of equal eminence with that of the Rev. James White, Author of the Eighteen Christian Ceremonies, who died recently at Bonchurch, in the Isle of Wight, after a short illness, in his fifty-ninth year. Mr. White was born near Edinburgh, about 1804, and was early patronised by Lord Brougham, to whom, in 1832, he dedicated a poem called The Village Poorhouse, by a Country Curate. Mr. White

became soon afterwards Vicar of Loxly, in Warwickshire, but subsequently abandoned his living to devote himself entirely to a life of literary leisure. He was a frequent contributor to the Quarterly Review, to Blackwood's Magazine, Household Words, and other publications, and was a successful author of blank-verse plays, of which his play of Feudal Times is best remembered. Among his other works are a History of France, History of England, Landmarks of the History of England, Greece, and Rome. A writer in a Scottish newspaper, who knew him well, observes:"Mr. White possessed the faculty of wit in a degree which was surpassed by very few of his contemporaries. It was of that kind, too, which was near akin to wisdom, and it was never at variance with high principle or kindly feeling. His conversation was even more delightful than his writings, and had all the attraction that can arise from the readiest and most genial pleasantry, combined with the most unaffected courtesy and gentleness of manner, and the most hearty recognition of the merits of others." Mr. White had long resided at Bonchurch, having considerable property in that neighbourhood.

From Tasmania we hear that Messrs. J. WALSH & SONS have in the press, The House of the Forest of Lebanon, or the Proverbs of Solomon, a poetical commentary, by the Rev. W. Day, of Hobart Town, formerly a missionary in one of the South Sea Islands.

On the 1st of May will appear the first part of a new periodical work, entitled Record of the International Exhibition of 1862, edited by Robert Mallet, Editor-in-Chief of the Practical Mechanic's Journal. It will embrace all the objects of practical importance and novelty exhibited, except those of Fine Arts proper, and will be completed in twelve parts, illustrated by about 1000 woodcuts and 24 engraved plates. Each part will contain 48 pages of letterpress. Among the contributors we observe the names of Professors Warington Smyth, Robert Hunt, Oldham, Donaldson, Field, Odling, Richardson; John Wilson, Professor of Agriculture, Edinburgh University; Voelcker; Mr. W. J. Macquorn Rankine, Dr. Frankland, Dr. Angus Smith, Dr. Diamond, Sir Henry James, Major-General Portlock, Mr. Thomas Romney Robinson, Mr. Edward F. Rimbault, and other writers of equal eminence.

Since the pleasant German custom of the Christmas Tree has taken such firm root among our juvenile friends, we see no reason why an importation no less agreeable, though adapted only to a later stage of life, should not be equally welcome--we allude to the excellent foreign custom of celebrating what is called the Golden Wedding, or the fiftieth anniversary of a wedding day. Such at least must have been the feeling of every one of the numerous friends, including members of the bookselling and publishing trade, who were assembled on Monday evening last at the Albion, on the invitation of Mr. Henry Sotheran, of the well-known firm of Willis & Sotheran, to rejoice (we believe that we may in this instance allude without impropriety to a private gathering) over the fiftieth wedding day of his father, Mr. Sotheran, of Tower Street-one of those pleasant social evenings which occasionally enliven business friendship. While the Dunmow flitch has fallen into desuetude, we would gladly see this more delicate and pleasing fashion find extended favour among us; but, out of consideration for frail humanity, we would suggest that the Silver Wedding, or rejoicing over the completion of the twenty-fifth year of wedded life, is also a Continental custom.

AUCTIONS DURING THE ENSUING FORTNIGHT.-Mr. Hodgson, April 15-17, miscellaneous books, the libraries of two clergymen, the library of a collector, deceased, modern books, &c.; April 24, the valuable law library of a barrister. Messrs. Puttick & Simpson, April 16 and 17, musical library of C. E. Horsley; April 24, first portion of the stock of books of the late Mr. Robert Baldock, comprising 60,000 volumes. The sale will extend to five days.

New Works


ACTON (W.)—The Functions and Disorders of the Repro-
ductive Organs in Childhood, Youth, Adult Age, and
Advanced Life. 3d edit. 8vo. pp. 240, cloth, 10s. 6d.
.. [1083
ALBITES (A.)- How to Speak French. 6th edit. revised,
12mo. pp. 210, cloth, 5s. 6d. (Longman) .......... [108+
ARNOTT (Neil)-A Survey of Human Progress towards
higher Civilisation. 2d edit. with a new Preface, and
other Additions bearing on the Question of Government
Interference with National Education. 8vo. pp. 220,
cloth, 6s. 6d. (Longman).......

AUCKLAND (Lord)-Life and Correspondence. Edited
by the Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. Vols. 3 and 4,
8vo. cloth, 30s. (Bentley)
AUSTIN (Alfred)-The Human Tragedy: a Poem.
pp. 220, cloth, 7s. (Hardwicke)...

.. [1086


...... [1087 A Story of Modern Life, in two Cantos, and in eightlined stanzas. The author adopts the semi-humorous and satirical style familiar to English readers from Lord Byron's poems of Beppo and Don Juan. BACON'S Essays, and Locke's Conduct of the Understanding; with Memoirs of the Authors. 18mo. pp. 262, cloth, 18. 4d. (Chambers) [1088

BANDINEL (Rev. James)-The Star of Lovell: a Tale of
the Poor Clergy.
3 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 31s. 6d.
(Saunders & O.)..
. [1089
BARTH (Dr. Henry)- Collection of Vocabularies of
Central African Languages compiled and analysed.
Part 1, Kanuri, Teda, Haussa, Fulfude, Songai, Logone,
Wandala, Bagrimma, and Maba Languages. Imp. 8vo.
(Gotha) 1862, 12s. (Williams & N.)


BEETON'S Book of Birds; showing how to Rear and Ma-
nage them in Sickness and in Health. Post 8vo. pp. 350,
cloth, 3s. 6d. (Beeton).
BENNETT (John Hughes)-An Introduction to Clinical
Medicine. 4th edit. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Black) pp. 170,
cloth, 5s. (Longman)....

BIBLE READER'S HELP; for the use of Plain People,
and the Young in Families and Schools. 18mo. pp. 160,
sewed, 6d. ; cl. 1s. (Rel. Tract Soc.) [vide Adv. 223][1093
BLAIR (Mrs. Fergusson)-The Henwife; her Own Expe-
rience in her Own Poultry Yard. 2nd edit. plain plates,
12mo. (Edinburgh, Jack) pp. 220, cloth, 4s. 6d. (Hamil-
ton) [vide Adv. 249] .

BOOK (The) of DATES; or, Treasury of Universal Reference. New edit. post 8vo. pp. 800, cl. 7s. 6d.(Griffin)[1095 BREAD UPON the WATERS: an American Tale. 18mo. pp. 146, cloth, 1s. (Morgan) [vide Adv. 252].............. [1096 BROMFIELD (Elizabeth)-Recollections of Brittany, in Prose and Verse. 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Jas. Blackwood)... [1097 Some of the papers have appeared in the Church of England Magazine.

BROWN (John)-An Exposition of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Hebrews. Edited by David Smith. 2 vols. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Oliphant) pp. 880, cloth, 188. (Hamilton) [vide Adv. 222] . [1098 BRYCE (Archibald H.)—Reading from the Best Authors; 2d Book, 12mo. pp. 340, cloth, 2s. (Nelson)........ [1099 BUCK (Ruth)—Pleasant Paths for Little Feet. 18mo. pp. 150, cloth, 18. (Morgan) (vide Adv. 232].................. .....[1100 BUNYAN (J.)- Pilgrim's Progress. Post 8vo. half-bound, 10s. 6d. (Macmillan) [vide Adv. 236].............. [1100* BURDENS (The) of LIFE. Is "The Back Fitted to the Burden?" By Lady M. S. With Preface by the Hon. Lady Cust. 12mo. pp. 40, cloth, Is. (Wertheim).. [1101 BURNS (Rev. Islay)-The History of the Church of Christ, with a Special View to the Delineation of Christian Faith and Life, from A.D. 1 to A.D. 313. Post 8vo. pp. 340, cloth, 5s. (Nelson).. . [1102

The various sections treat of the World before Christ, the Birth and Baptism of the Church, Antioch and the First Missions, the Church at the Close of the Apostolic Age, the Propagation of the Faith, Martyr Times, the Church in the Catacombs, the Fathers of the Martyr Age, the Anti-Nicene Church, &c. The Appendix comprises Examination Questions for Students, &c.

BUTLER (Edward)—Lessons on Plane Trigonometry, and its Application to the Measurement of Distances, Heights, and Areas, and to Navigation; together with the Elementary Formulæ of Analytical and Solid or Spherical Trigonometry. 12mo. (Dublin, Thom) pp. 140, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Groombridge).. ..{1103


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BUTLER (Rev. George)-Family Prayers. Post 8vo. pp. .......[1104 200, cloth, 5s. (Macmillan)....... CANTON (R.)-The Art of Illuminating Made Easy. 4to. sewed, 1s. 6d. (Canton) ...[1105 CASSELL'S Popular Natural History. Birds. Vol. 3, royal 8vo. cloth, Ss. 6d. (Cassell) [vide Adv. 292]..[1106 CHANNING (W. E.)-Complete Works. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 1230, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Griffin).. .....[1107

CHARLES I. (KING)—Declaration concerning Lawful Sports, &c., 1633. Half-bound, 5s. (Quaritch) .... [1108 COLLECTANEA ARCHEOLOGICA: Communications made to the British Archæological Association. Vol. 1, 4to. cloth, 32s. (Longman).......


CONSECUTIVE (The) PRAYER-BOOK; containing the Morning and Evening Prayers, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland; together with the Psalter or Psalms of David. 32mo. pp. 230, cloth, 18.; roan, ls. 6d. (Kent)..... ... [1110

CONVERSATIONS on the LIFE of ST. PAUL. By a Lady. 18mo. pp. 178, cloth, 2s. (Wertheim)........ [1111 CUNNINGHAM (William)—The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation. Edited by his Literary Executors. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Clark) pp. 620, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Hamilton) [vide Adv. 268]... ....[1112

The volume consists of a number of articles contributed by Dr. Cunningham to the British and Foreign Evangelical Review, with additions from his Manuscript Lectures on Church History.

DAILY STEPS TOWARDS HEAVEN; or, Practical Thoughts on the Gospel History, and especially on the Life and Teaching of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for every Day in the Year, according to the Christian Seasons. 12th edit. square 16mo. pp. 440, cl. 5s. (J. H. Parker) [vide Adv. 273]. ... [1113 DAVIES and GARDEN-Tracts for Priests and People. No. 13, crown 8vo. sewed, 1s. (Macmillan) .........[1114 DE FIVAS (V.)-New Grammar of French Grammars. 21st edit. 12mo. pp. 312, bound, 38. 6d. (Lockwood) [1115|| DE QUINCEY (T.)-Last Days of Immanuel Kant, and other Writings. (Works, Vol. 3.) New edit. post 8vo. (Edinburgh, Black) pp. 340, cl. 4s. 6d. (Longman) [1116

DICKENS (C.)-Personal History of David Copperfield. Illustrated Edition, 2 vols. Vol. 1, post 8vo. pp. 460, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Chapman & H.)....... . [1117 EIGHTEEN YEARS of a CLERICAL MEETING: being the Minutes of the Alcester Clerical Association, from June 1842 to August 1860: with a Preface on the Revival of Ruri-Decanal Chapters. Edited by Richard Seymour and John F. Mackarness. Post 8vo. pp. 300, cloth, 6s. 6d. (Rivington) [vide Adv. 270].......... [1118 ELEMENTS of GEOGRAPHY. 12mo. pp. 50, cloth, 2d. (Christian Knowledge Society). .....[1119

ELLIOTT (Henry)--The Australian Pastor: a Record of the Remarkable Changes in Mind and Outward Estate of Henry Elliott. By Rev. E. Strickland. 12mo. pp. 94, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Wertheim).. .[1120

The subject of the biography was a Wiltshire shoemaker, who became a preacher, and was afterwards ordained a clergyman of the Church of England and appointed Chaplain at the Convict Establishment at Norfolk Island. He died in 1858.


ENGLISH WOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. Vol. 4, New Series, 8vo. cloth, 5s. (Beeton) .[1121 FOSTER (Frank)-Number One; or, the Way of the World. Appended to which is a Colonial Directory, 1862. Royal 8vo. pp. 500, cloth, 12s. 6d. (Simpkin)..... . [1122

Number One refers to the author, the work being an autobiography describing adventures and experiences in England and Australia. 4 Colonial Directory, including Sydney, Melbourne, and New Zealand, and occupying 158 pages, is appended.

FOSTER (Frank)-Number One; or, the Way of the World. Post 8vo. pp. 470, cloth, 5s. (Simpkin) ............ [1123 This is another edition of the same work, but without the Colonial Directory.

GLEN (W. Cunnningham)-A Treatise on the Law of Public Health and Local Government of Towns. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 780, cloth, 188. (Butterworths).......... [1 124 Includes the numerous and important changes in the law since the first edition. GLENDOWER (Owen)- Poems; Secular, Serious, and Sacred. 12mo. (Leicester, Spencer) pp. 120, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Simpkin)..... ..[1125 GLYN (Herbert)-The Cotton Lord. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 560, cloth, 21s. (Smith & E.) ..[1126 GOODLY CEDARS: a Child's Sunday Book. 18mo. pp. 146, cloth, 1s. (Morgan) [vide Adv. 232]


.. [1127 GRANT (James)-Original Hymns and Poems. 3d edit. with Biographical Sketch of the Author. 12mo. cloth, 218. (Hamilton) (Library of Spiritual Songs) ...... [1128 GUY (Joseph)-New Exercises in Orthography. 19th edit. 18mo. cloth (Simpkin) . [1129


HALL (Rev. Newman, LL.B.)-Cross Bearing. 32mo. sewed, 2d. (Nisbet), .[1130

HALL (S. W.)—The Law of Impersonation as Applied to Abstract Ideas and Religious Dogmas. 2d edition, enlarged, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. (Trübner)........ [1131 HAMILTON (Patrick) The First Preacher and Martyr of the Scottish Reformation: an Historical Biography. By Rev. Peter Lorimer. 12mo. cloth, 38.6d. (Griffin)[1132 The period of the biography is about the middle of the sixteenth century.

HARDWICKE'S Shilling Baronet age, 1862. By E. Walford. 32mo. pp. 250, cloth, 18. (Hardwicke) [vide Adv. 190].. . [1133

HARDWICKE'S Shilling House of Commons for 1862. By Edward Waltord. 32mo. cloth, 1s. (Hardwicke) [vide Adv. 190] [1134

HARDWICKE'S Shilling Knightage for 1862. By Edward Walford. 32mo. cloth, 1s. (Hardwicke) [vide Adv. 190]...... .[1135

HARDWICKE'S Shilling Peerage, 1862. By E. Walford. 32mo, pp. 250, cloth, 18. (Hardwicke) [vide Adv. 190].... [1136 HARE (Augustus J. C.)—A Winter at Mentone. 12mo. pp. 230, cloth, 6s. (Wertheim)


HEARD (Rev. J. B.)-New Wine in Old Bottles. 12mo. ....[1138 pp. 186, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Hatchard)... HELEN MORTON'S TRIAL. 18mo. pp. 140, cloth, 18. (Morgan) (vide Adv. 232] [1138*

HERBERT (G.) Willie Atherton: a Tale. Post 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. (Saunders & O.).............. ....[1139 HEWLETT (Rev. J. G.)-Records of the Poor; showing that Godliness is Profitable for the Life that now is and that which is to come. 32mo. sewed, 18. (Bennett) [1140 HICKIE (James)-Arithmetic, its Principles and Application. Designed for the use of Schools, embracing, besides the ordinary matter of a Textbook, some useful subjects and information not hitherto introduced into works of this kind; the whole modernised and adapted to the present state of Commerce. 12mo. pp. 330, cloth, 3s. (Simpkin). ...[1141

HICKS (John)-Troublous Times; or, Leaves from the Notebook of the Rev. Mr. John Hicks, an Ejected Nonconformist Minister, 1670-71. Transcribed by Jane Bowring Cranch. With an Introduction by Rev. Charles Stanford. Post 8vo. pp. 340, cloth, 6s. 6d. (Jackson & W.).... [1142 HOARE (Rev. Edward Newenham) - Sermons preached in the Cathedral of Waterford and in the Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle. 12mo. (Dublin, Hodges & Smith) cloth, 5s. (Wertheim) .[1143 HOMER'S ILIAD - Gradus ad Homerum; or, the ABCD of Homer: being a Heteroclite Translation of the first Four Books of the Iliad into English Heroics. With Notes by X. Y. Z. 12mo. (Oxford, Shrimpton) pp. 165, cloth, 4s. 6d. (Whittaker) ..[1144

HOOD (Thomas)-Works, Comic and Serious, Prose and Verse. Edited, with Notes, by his Son. Vol. 2, post 8vo. cloth, 6s. (Moxon) [vide Adv. 283] .[1145 HUTTON (Richard H.)-The Incarnation and Principles of Evidence. With a Letter to the Writer by Rev. F. D. Maurice. Post 8vo. pp. 90, sewed, 1s. (Tracts for Priests and People, No. 17) (Macmillan)...


The author, who is a layman, is of opinion that "without the Incarnation" Christianity would be" a vague idealism." The publishers append the letter of Mr. Maurice, as a statement by a clergyman of reasons for adhering to doctrines from which the author of the tract dissents.

HYDE (Mrs.)-How to Win our Workers: a Short Account of the Leeds Sewing School for Factory Girls. 12mo. pp. 86, cloth, 18. 6d. (Macmillan)... [1147 JACKSON (Bp.)-The Sinfulness of Little Sins. 12th edit. 18mo. pp. 150, cloth, 1s. (Skeffington) ...... ¡ll 48 JOHNSON (George W.)-Science and Practice of Gardening; in which are explained and illustrated the Principles that Regulate all the Operations of Horticulture; including Demonstrations of the Phenomena of the Germination, Growth, Diseases, and Death of Plants. 12mo. pp. 376, cl. 3s. 6d. (Cottage Gardener Office) [1149 JOURNAL of the BRITISH ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION for 1861. 8vo. cloth, 31s. 6d. (Longman)[1150 JUKES (J. Beete)-The Student's Manual of Geology. New edit. partially recast, and supplied with Lists and Figures of Characteristic Fossils. Post Svo. (Edinburgh, Black) pp. 780, cloth, 12s. 6d. (Longman).......... [1151 KIRCHHOFF (G.)-Researches on the Solar Spectrum, and the Spectra of the Chemical Elements. Translated by H. E. Roscoe. 4to. sewed, 5s. (Macmillan) ..[1152 LEVER (Charles)- Davenport Dunn. New edit. 2 vols. Svo. cloth, 14s. (Chapman & H.) [vide Adv. 204].... [115S LEVER (Charles)-Jack Hinton the Guardsman. New edit. 12mo. boards, 2s. (Select Library of Fiction) (Chapman & H.) [vide Adv. 277]............. ....[1154 LEVER (Charles)-The Martins of Cro' Martin. New edit. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, Ss. (Chapman & H.) [vide Adv. 257].... .....[1155 LITTLE WILLIE'S BIBLE STORIES, in Words of One and Two Syllables, for Young Readers. By a Mother. Square 16mo. (Edinburgh) pp. 128, bound, 1s. (Simpkin)..... .....[1156


LUTHER (M.)-The Story of Martin Luther: a Book for Young Persons. Edited by Miss Whately. 12mo. pp. 350, cloth, 5s. (J. F. Shaw)... .[1157 LYTTON (Sir E. B.)-The Disowned. Vol. 2, Library Edition, 12mo. cloth, 5s. (Blackwood) [1158 MACKENZIE (Rev. Henry)-Ordination Lectures delivered in Riseholme Palace Chapel during Ember Weeks. 12mo. pp. 120, cloth, 3s. (Rivingtons)


The subjects are-Pastoral Government, Educational
work in the Parish, Self-Government in the Pastor,
Missions, Dissent, Public Teaching, and Parish
Literature, &c.

MACLAREN (Rev. P.)-Guide to Prayer. 2d edit. 18mo.
sewed, 6d. (Whittaker)
MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE. Vol. 5, 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d.
(Macmillan) [vide Adv. 236]
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MARGARET WARNER; or, the Young Wife at the Farm. By the Author of "Nursery Influence." 12mo. pp. 230, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Seeley) [vide Adv. 211]......... MATURIN (W.)-Six Lectures on the Events of Holy Week. 2d edit. post 8vo. cl. 2s. 6d. (J. H. Parker) [1165 MEDLICOTT (J. G.)- Cotton Handbook for Bengal: being a Digest of all Information available from Official Records and other sources on the subject of the Production of Cotton in the Bengal Provinces. Published in accordance with the Resolution of his Excellency the Governor-General in Council, dated July 22, 1861. 8vo. (Calcutta) pp. 484


The work is divided into Three Parts-Topographical, Chronological, and Appendix. Part I. constitutes the Handbook properly so called, giving information as to the cotton-producing area. Part II. contains the History of Experiments by Government and individuals in the improvement of Indian cotton cultiva tion. Part III. contains extracts from published works, official papers, &c.

MERIVALE (C.)-Keatsii Hyperionis, Libri 1, 2. Latine Reddidit Carolus Merivale. Post 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. (Macmillan)...

....[1167 MIERS (John)-Contributions to Botany, Iconographic and Descriptive. Vol. 1, 4to. ol, 36s. (Williams & N.)[1168 MILL (J. S.)-System of Logic. 5th edit. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 25s. (Parker & S.).. ..[1169 MONTEFIORE (Thomas Law)-Catechesis Evangelica: being Questions and Answers based on the "Textus Receptus." For the use of Theological Students. Part 1, St. Matthew. Post 8vo. pp. 300, cloth, 6s. 6d. (Longman) ....[1170

MURSELL (A.)-Lectures to Working Men. 5th series. Vol. 2, 12mo. (Manchester, Heywood) sewed, 10d.; cloth, 18. 4d. 5th series, complete in 1 vol. 2s. 3d. (Simpkin)[1171 NATIONAL MAGAZINE. Vol. 11, royal 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. (Tweedie) ... [1172

NIVEN (Rev. Wm.)- Thoughts on the Kingdom of God. 12mo. cloth, 3s. (Hatchard)

....[1173 OLMSTED (Frederick Law)-Journeys and Explorations in the Cotton Kingdom. 2d edit. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 770, cloth, 21s. (Low) [vide Adv. 189]... ..... [1174 PARDON (George Frederick)-A Handbook of Draughts; with a Chapter on Backgammon. 18mo. pp. 96, boards, 6d. (Routledge) .... [1175

PEILE (T. W.)-The Miracle of Healing Power; Christ in His Man's Nature through Death Man's Quickener into Life in God: an Argument from Scripture only. 8vo. ..[1176 pp. 166, cloth, 5s. (Rivingtons).... PLOUGHING and SOWING; or, Annals of an Evening School in a Yorkshire Village. Edited by Rev. F. Leyard. 12mo. pp. 320, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Mozley).... [1177 QUEEN (The): an Illustrated Journal and Review. Vol. 1, .........[1178

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