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The LIFE of EDWARD IRVING,
Minister of the National Scotch Church, London.
Illustrated by his Journal and Correspondence.
By Mrs. OLIPHANT. 2 vols. 8vo. with Por-
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THIRTY YEARS' MUSICAL RECOL-
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2 vols. with Portraits, 21s.
STUDIES from LIFE. By the Author of
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ITALY under VICTOR EMMANUEL:
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FEMALE LIFE in PRISON. By a PRISON
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PEARL OF ORR'S ISLAND:
A STORY of the COAST of MAINE.

THE LADIES of LOVEL-LEIGH. By By HARRIET BEECHER STOWE, Author of "Uncle the Author of " Margaret and her Bridesmaids," &c. 3 vols.

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AN EMBASSY to th
N EMBASSY to the COURT of
By M. GUIZOT,
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Lady Durham, Duke of Wellington, Sir Robert
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Tom's Cabin."
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NIX DISCOURSES on CHRISTIAN MISSIONS, preached before the University of Dublin: being the Donnellan Lectures for the Year

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The Reign of Terror-Part First.
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Barren Honour.-A Tale.

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Essays on Political Economy: being a Sequel to Papers which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine. By John Ruskin.

The International Exhibition.

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The Income Tax Debate.

1861; with copious Notes and an Appendix. By Distress in Lancashire: The Prospects of the the Rev. W. PAKENHAM WALSH, A.M., Chaplain of Sandford. 8vo. 6s.

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Cotton Trade.

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