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Allen, W., Belle Sauvage Yard, E.C.

Waverley Novels (Cadell's edit.) 1830 Vol. 1

Anderson & Son, Booksellers, Manchester

The Second Index to the Edinburgh Review. 1820 Mosheim's Church History, 8vo. (6-vol. edit.) Vol. 1 Memoirs, Affairs of Europe, from the Peace of Utrecht, 4to. Murray. Vol. 2

Booth, L., 207 Regent Street, W.

Scott's Novels (original edit., 48 vols.) Vol. 25, containing The Pirate. Part 2

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Brown, R. & Co., 10 Cullum Street, E.C.
Proome's History of the Bible

Knight's Pictorial Shakspeare (National edit. Is.) Macbeth; King Henry IV., Part 2

Browne, T. Chapman, Bookseller, Bible and Crown, Leicester

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Books Wanted to Purchase-continued.

Connolly, T. J., Bookseller, Galway

Blackwood's Magazine, from the commencement, com-
plete, with Indices

Harding's Lessons on Art, complete. London, 1849
David Smith's Architectural Measurer

Chronicles of Galway

Booksellers' Catalogues
London Catalogue from 1855

Croydon, E., Royal Library, Torquay

Clytemnestra, by Owen Meredith

Dalton, W. H., 28 Cockspur Street

Calamy's Nonconformist Memorial, Remodelled by
Palmer, 3 vols. 8vo.

Thomson's Bampton Lectures

Smiles' Life of Stephenson, 8vo.

Canova's Works, by Moses. Bohn. Vol. 3

Record Newspaper. Sept. 25, 1861

Davies, James, Bookseller, 5 Abbey Church Yard, Bath
Judah's Harp. Nelson. 2 copies

Evans, J., 4 Symonds' Inn, Chancery Lane

Laycock, T., Bookseller, Oxford
Newman's Sermons, 6 vols.
Newman's Arians

Smith's Dictionary of Biography. Part 16 to
Stephens' Ecclesiastical Biography. Vol. 2
Bishop Hall's Works, 10 or 12 vols.
Martin Chuzzlewit. Part 18 to

Lockwood & Co., 7 Stationers'-Hall Court

The Book of Health, a Compendium of Domestic Medicine. Vizetelly, 1828

Low, Son, & Co., 47 Ludgate Hill

Wackenbarth's Translation of Latin Hymns

Mann Nephews, Cornhill

Trusler's Modern Times, or the Adventures of Gabriel
Outcast, illustrated by Julius Ibbetson, in 3 or 4 small
columns

Mansell, A., Bookseller, 7 College Court, Gloucester
Notes and Queries (old series). No. 246
Hall's Latin Roots

Rawlinson's (G.) History of Herodotus. Murray. V. 4 Miland, 35 Chapel Street, Belgrave Square

Ferguson, A., Bookseller, 89 Bold Street, Liverpool

Old England, by Edwin Paxton Hood

Fisher, T., 24 Hanway Street, W.

Hume's History of England, 2 vols. 8vo. Wilson, 1810
Dr. Syntax's Tour in Search of the Picturesque, roy. 8vo.
Tales of a Grandfather, 18mo. edit. 2d and 3d series

Fox, C., 67 Paternoster Row

Hosking's Architecture and Building Construction, 4to.
A. & C. Black, 1854

Francis, T., Bookseller, Builth, South Wales

Vol. 2

Lodge's Portraits, imperial 8vo. Vol. 1
Le Grand's Anecdotes, imperial 8vo.
Spencer's Works, 6 vols. 12mo. Tonson. Vol. 4
Parnell on Road Making

Moore's Poetical Works, 10 vols. 1841. Vol. 6, green cl.
Lodge's Peerage (Ireland), 4 vols. Vol. 1

Hankin, J. G., Bookseller, The Pavement, St. Ives, Hunts
Welcome Guest (old series). Nos. 75-9

Henningham & Hollis, 5 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square

Lavaller's Military Topography

De la Beche's Geological Observer

Sandhurst Textbook of Fortification

Stocqueler's Catechism of Field Fortification

Jackson's Military Geography

Hepworth, W., Post Office, Knottingley

Newton's Optics

Hindley, C., Bookseller, 41 North Street, Brighton
Campbell's Naval History, 8vo. Vol. 3

Strickland's Letters of Mary Queen of Scots. Vol. 2
Ela the Outcast, or the Gipsy of Rosemary Dell
Irving's (Rev. James) Coming of Messiah in Glory and
Majesty, 8vo. Seeley, 1837. Vol. 1
Hopkins and Rimpolt on the Organ

Cornelius a Lapide, Commentarii in Sacram Scripturam
Hobson, R., Bookseller, Wellington, Salop

Edkins's Grammar of the Shanghai Dialect

Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay. Colburn, 1842.
Vol. 1, cloth

Holdich, C. W., Bookseller, Hull

Broom's Legal Maxims, 8vo.

Penny Cyclopædia. Vol. 22

Scann's Beveilæ, 2 vols.

Hadley's History of Hull, 4to.

Grote's History of Greece. Longman, Last 8 vols.
White's Charities of Hull. 6 copies.

Kelly, W. B., 8 Grafton Street, Dublin

Skene's Highlanders of Scotland, 2 vols.

Creuzer, Les Religiones de l'Antiquité, complet, par
Guigniaut

Willis's Lives of Irishmen. Part 12
Gladstone's Homer

Capefigue, Histoire de la Republique et de l'Empire.
Brussels, Wouter

Capefigne, L'Europe pendant la Revolution Français,
4 vols. Brussels, Wouter

Laxton, W. H., Bookseller, High Street, Dudley

Life of Captain Mytton

Moore's Pit Machinery

The Guardian. Nos. 745 and 766, for March 14 and
August 8, 1861

The Economist, Nos. 932, 398, 421, 432, 351-52, 354-57,
361, 369, 587, 596, 639, 656-57, 675-86, 701, 708, 726-33,
514-16, 419, 455, 461-62, 471, 860, 809, 755, 773-78

Miller, W., 6 Bridge Road, Lambeth

Scott's Life of Napoleon (original edit.)

Moxon, Edward & Co., 44 Dover Street

Talfourd's Speeches on the Copyright Question. Moxon. 1837

Norris, A. & Son, Bookseller, Uttoxeter

Ewart on the Psalms, 8vo. 1826. Vol. 2

Plutarch's Lives, 8vo. 1727. Vol. 1

Penny Cyclopædia. Vols. 16-25

Anderson on Commerce, 3 vols. 4to. Vol. 1

Parke, Bookseller, Wolverhampton

Amer's Typographical Antiquities, by Dobden, 4to.
Vols. 1, 2, and 3

Ancient Relics, small 8vo. Sherwood & Co. Vol. 1
Pigg, Henry, Bookseller, Norwich

Goode's Essays on the Titles of Christ, 6 vols. 8vo.

Preston, G. J., Bookseller, Cambridge

Amy Grant. J. H. Parker

Seymour's Sketches

Snobson's Seasons, royal 8vo.

Nattali

Illustrated London News. Nos. 1104, 1105, 1118, 1119

Rapp & Dresser, Booksellers, Darlington

Hutt's Solutions of A. Godwin's Problems and Ex-
amples. Deighton, Cambridge

Cassell's Magazine of Art. Parts, Aug. to Dec. 1853
Owen Meredith's Clytemnestra

Slater, E., Bookseller, St. Ann's Square, Manchester
Pepys' Diary, 8vo. Colburn, 1848. Vols. 3-5

Smith, W. J., Bookseller, 43 North Street, Brighton
Neander's Life of St. Bernard
Christian Year, Svo. 1827
Crombie's Gymnasium, 2 vols. 8vo.
Musæ Etonenses, 3 vols.

Macaulay's England. Vols. 3 and 4

Pope's Works, by Croly. Vol. 2, green cloth

Stock, Elliot, 62 Paternoster Row

Wall's History of Infant Baptism

Bingham's Antiquities of the Christian Church
Teacher's Treasury. Vol. 1

Miall's Nonconformist Sketch Book

Hunter's Deanery of Doncaster, large or small paper.

Thimm, Franz, 3 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square
Sharon Turner's History of Edward VI., Mary, and
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T. Hill Burton's History of Scotland, 1689-1778
Jefferson's Manual of Parliamentary Practice
Life and Speeches of Daniel O'Connell
Kemble's 'The Saxons in England

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The Monthly Repository and Review (new series).
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On May 12, 1862, the FIRST NUMBER of the NEW TESTAMENT portion of

CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED FAMILY BIBLE.

With which Number will be issued a beautiful FAMILY REGISTER, printed on finely-tinted Writing Paper, consisting of Eight Pages, embellished with Four superb Engravings, at the nominal charge of One Penny; the price of the Number and Register together being Twopence, but the Register cannot be supplied by itself. A Specimen may now be seen at any Bookseller's in the Kingdom.

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Containing the Complete Tale of "THE CHANNINGS," by the Author of "East Lynne," " Danesbury¡ House," &c.

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One Penny Weekly. On the 14th of April was published the First Number of the Second Volume, containing the commencement of a New Tale, entitled "MRS. HALIBURTON'S TROUBLES," by the Author of "The Channings," "Danesbury House," &c. Monthly Parts, 5d. and 6d.

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The subject of this Drawing is a fishing scene on the Sea Coast, in which the figures of "The Little Fishers," with their stock of recently-caught fish, are very prettily grouped. It measures 13 inches by 18 inches, and forms, when framed, a very admirable little picture, being quite worthy of a place beside coloured drawings of greater pretensions. The purchase of it with the Part will not be made compulsory; but it is believed that the majority of subscribers will desire to avail themselves of this opportunity of possessing a very attractive picture, which has been greatly admired. As a limited number only can be produced, orders should be given immediately.

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A REMARKABLY fine May-day, conveniently preceded by a shower just sufficient to lay

the dust upon the roads, though necessarily not included in the official programme, is not the least important element in the success of the opening of the Great Exhibition. All the world to-day gravitates towards South Kensington, where, if the rumour which reaches us be correct, they find that the chaos of yesterday has fallen, into sufficient order and method to convert the coldest of newspaper critics. The undertaking has not been brought so far without an average perhaps we may say more than an average- amount of objection and foreboding. A hundred thousand interests, more or less conflicting, have had to be reconciled by the Com missioners as best they could; and if all are not satisfied, the abstract philosopher and student of human nature will probably not feel any surprise. Apart from the pervading feeling of great loss of the absence of one who should have been the centre and representative of this great gathering-everything concurs to bring success to the second Great Exhibition. Literature will happily not be altogether omitted from the show. Indeed, considering the necessity of excluding much literary industry from the subjects to be considere decided on by Jurors, visitors will probably be surprised to find how considerable a place boats

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enjoy in the display. The Commissioners naturally felt indisposed to take upon themselves the task of deciding between the poetical merits of a Browning and a Patmore, of awarding to Mr. Dickens and Mr. Thackeray their exact relative meed of praise, or of deciding upon the respective claims to credibility of the books of Mr. Du Chaillu and Dr. Barth. Under the heads of Plate, Letter-press Printing and Bookbinding, however, scarcely any respectable publishing house will be without a book at the Exhibition bearing their name in its imprint. Among the names of actual exhibitors we find Messrs. Longman & Co.; Smith, Elder & Co.; Mr. John Murray; Blackwood & Sons; Macmillan & Co.; Parker, Son & Bourn; Oliver & Boyd; Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Bell & Daldy; A. & C. Black; Eyre & Spottiswoode; S. Low, Son & Co.; Cassell, Petter & Galpin ; Day & Son; Griffith & Farren; Trübner & Co.; T. Alman; David Nutt; G. Philip & Son; Walton & Maberly; L. Booth; Darton & Hodge; Dean & Son; J. Gordon; A. Hall, Virtue & Co.; J. Hogg & Sons; Jarrold & Sons; and others. But what publishers' names appear upon the title pages of the magnificent volumes exhibited by the great binders, such as Bedford, Rivière, Leighton, and others, we cannot at present say. It is disappointing not to be able to exhibit as publishers, or rather as publishers of works in the department of belles lettres, not to speak of the chances of medals and honourable mention; but our readers will agree that it is something not to be altogether missing where the whole world have come together to exhibit their productions.

The following is our usual summary of the more important publications of the fortnight :— In LITERATURE, Science, and ART, we have Mr. J. Hill Burton's delightful essays, entitled The Book Hunter, already familiar to the readers of Blackwood, from which they are now republished in beautiful typography, &c.. the second part of Sir Benjamin Brodie's curious and interesting Psychological Inquiries, which are intended to illustrate the physical and moral history of man; Mr. Richard Cobden's pamphlet, entitled the Three Panics, an Historical Episode, which has been too generally discussed in the press to require notice here; Sir William Hooker's handsome volume on British Ferns, with coloured figures, the drawings by Walter Fitch; Sir Henry Holland's Essays on Scientific and other Subjects, from the Quarterly and Edinburgh Reviews; another volume of Essays, Historical and Biographical, Political, Social, Scientific, and Literary, by the late Hugh Miller, collected from the Witness newspaper; and The Criminal Prisons of London and Scenes of Prison Life, by Henry Mayhew and J. Binney.

In GEOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL we find two additions to those books of mountain scenery which Mr. Longman has rendered so popular-the one A Summer Tour in the Grisons and Italian Valleys of the Bernina, by Mrs. Henry Freshfield; the other entitled Mountaineering in 1861, a Vacation Tour by Mr. J. Tyndall; Vacation Tourists, Notes of Travel in 1861, a Series of Travels by Various Authors, edited by Mr. Francis Galton, with Ten Maps; and Thebes, its Tombs and their Tenants, including a Record of Excavations in the Necropolis, by A. H. Rhind. In HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY Mrs. Oliphant publishes her spirited Memoir of that singular preacher, Edward Irving, illustrated by his Journal and Correspondence, in 2 vols.; a first volume has appeared of Mr. P. M. Irving's Life and Letters of his Uncle, Washington Irving, from materials furnished by Irving himself for the future biography, which will be concluded in 3 vols.; Mr. Hepworth Dixon's Story of Lord Bacon's Life, forms a new work, and, being more picturesque and less critical than his previous book, is likely to enjoy a wider popularity.

In THEOLOGY we note The Mission and Extension of the Church at Home, considered in Eight Lectures preached before the University at Oxford, by J. Sandford; another volume, being the second, of Sermons by the Rev. Jabez Bunting; The Divine Footsteps in Human History; and The Foes of Our Faith and How to Treat Them.

In FICTION we have Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe's The Pearl of Orr's Island, complete, and Agnes of Sorrento, from the Cornhill Magazine, in 1 vol.; The Channings, by Mrs. Henry Wood, Author of East Lynne, from The Quiver; Owen, a Waif, by the Author of No Church, 3 vols.; Pilgrims of Fashion, a Novel, by K. C., 3 vols.; A Woman's Life, 2 vols.; and Ellice, by L. N. Comyn, 1 vol.

Among EDUCATIONAL works we notice A Manual of the English Language from the Norman Conquest, with numerous Specimens, by G. L. Craik; Chambers's Outlines of the Principal Countries and Islands in the World, 4to.; A Dictionary of the English Language, by A. J. Cooley; English Grammar Practice, by G. F. Graham; a Companion to English Grammar, by Jacob Lowres; and Popular and Mathematical Astronomy, by W. T. Read.

In MEDICAL LITERATURE we have Consumption, its Early and Remediable Stages, by Edward Smith. In Law, a portly volume of reference entitled The Criminal Law as Amended by the Statutes of 1861, by Humphry W. Woolrych; Chief Points in the Law of War and Neutrality. And in POETRY, Poems and Songs, by David Wingate; and St. Clement's Eve, a Play, by Henry Taylor, Author of Philip van Artevelde.

Mr. MURRAY's List of forthcoming Works include Secularia, or Surveys on the Main Stream of History, by Samuel Lucas. Mr. Lucas was the original Editor of the Press Newspaper, and is now known as one of the principal writers of the reviews in the Times. Mr. Murray also announces a work On the Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man, by Sir Charles Lyell, with Illustrations; Five Months on the Yang-Tsze, with a Narrative of the Exploration of its Upper Waters, and Notices of the Present Rebellions in China, by Capt. T. W. Blakiston, R.A., Map and Illustrations; and numerous other works.

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