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ADAMS (W. H.)-Memorable Battles in English History; Where fought, Why fought, and their Results. the Military Lives of their Commanders. Post 8vo. pp. 465, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Griffith & F.) [vide Adv. 700]....[3606

AHN (F.)-French Class Book for Beginners. 4th edit. 12mo. cloth. 1s. 6d. (Thimm) [3607

AIDS TO PRAYER. 32mo. pp. 140, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Strahan) ..[3608 Brief Essays, entitled. The Reason of Prayer, Humility before God, The Prayer Meeting, &c.


AIMS and ENDS. A Novel. 3 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 31s. 6d. (Newby)....... .[3609 AMICABLE CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE to SOME POPULAR TENETS as held by the United Church of England and Ireland. Edited by E. F. Svo. cloth, 4s. 6d. (Whitfeld) ..[3610

ANSTED (David Thomas) and LATHAM (Robert Gordon) -The Channel Island. With Illustrations drawn by Paul J. Nuftel. Svo. pp. 638, cloth, 16s. (W. H. Allen)..... .[3611 A complete physical and descriptive account of the Islands, the botany, zoology, geology, history, antiquities, and language, with chapters on the law and constitution of the Islands. The numerous illustrations which are interwoven with the tert are almost all from drawings executed on wood from original sketches, taken expressly to illustrate points selected by the editor. The volume is beautifully printed upon thick toned paper.

ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS. Selected and Revised for General Use. New edit. 1 vol. 12mo. cloth, 5s. (Lumley) [vide Adv. 877]..... [3612 ARTHUR; or, the CHORISTER'S REST. 18mo. pp. 126, cloth, 1s. (Christian Knowledge Society)..........[3613 BAILY (Thomas Haynes)-Kindness in Women. 12mo. pp. 250, sewed, 1s. (Railway Library) (Routledge).. [3614 BALDWIN (William Charles)- African Hunting, from Natal to the Zambesi, including Lake Ngami, the Kalahari Desert, &c., from 1852 to 1860. With Illustrations by James Wolf and J. B. Zwecker. 8vo. pp. 450, cleth, 21s. (Bentley) [vide Adv. 697]


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BARHAM (Rev. R. R.)-Ingoldsby Legends. 18th edit. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 21s. (Bentley).. .[3618 BEETON'S CHRISTMAS ANNUAL. (Third Season.) Edited by the Publisher. Royal 8vo. sewed, 1s. (Beeton) [3619 BEETON (Mrs. Isabella)-The Englishwoman's Cookery Book: being a Collection of Economical Receipts from the "Book of Household Management." 12mo. pp. 210, cloth, Is. (Beeton) [3620 Edit. tertia. ....[3621

BENGEL (J.)-Gnomon Novi Testamenti. Royal 8vo. cloth, 12s. (Williams & N.) A commentary, philological and critical, upon important words and passayes in the original Greek of the New Testament.

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BORROW (George)-Wild Wales: its People, Language, and Scenery. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 1270, cloth, 303. (Murray) [vide Adv. 752]........ ...[3626

BOUGHTON GRANGE and SOME PASSAGES in the HISTORY of ITS OWNER. 12mo. pp. 260, cloth, 3s. (Religious Tract Society) .... ..[3627

BOYS' and GIRLS' ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOK. Square 16mo. cloth, 5s. (Routledge) [3628

BRANCHARDIERE (Mdlle. Riega) - The Exhibition Tatting Book. Square 16mo. pp. 28, sewed, 1s. (Simpkin).. ..[3629 BREMER (F.)-Greece and the Greeks; the Narrative of a Winter Residence and Summer Travel. Translated by Mary Howitt. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 650, cloth, 21s. (Hurst & B.) [vide Adv. 801].. ... [3630

The work refers to the condition of Greece in 1859-60-61. BRITISH WORKMAN. 1862. Folio, sewed, 1s. 6d. (Partridge) [363!

BRODERIP (Frances F.)-My Grandmother's Budget of Stories and Songs. With Illustrations by Thomas Hood. Square 16mo. pp. 200, cloth, 3s. 6d.; coloured, 4s. 6d. (Grillith & F.) [vide Adv. 700).. ..[3632 BROWN (John)-Rab and his Friends. Illustrated. 2d edit. 4to. (Edinburgh, Edmonston & D.) cloth, 5s. (Hamilton) [3633

BROWN (Abner William)-Recollections of the Conversation Parties of the Rev. Charles Simeon; with Introductory Notices. Post 8vo. pp. 396, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Hamilton) ..[3€34

The "recollections" are principally on theological subjects. The introductions consist of Biographical Notices of Mr. Simeon, and notes and anecdotes connected with him, illustrations of his visits to Scotland, &c. Professor Simeon is generally known as a somewhat eccentric preacher of the last generation and a leader of the Evangelical party.

BRUCE (Thomas)-Man's Part in the Chorus of Creation : in Twelve Arguments. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Elliot) pp. 224, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Hamilton).... ..[3.35

An exposition of the religious duties of man. BRYANT (W. C.)- A Forest Hymn. New edit. 4to. cloth, 12s. (Low).... . [3636


BUTLER (Lady Rachel)-The Prophecy. 2 vols. post Svo. pp. 510, cloth, 21s. (Bentley) [vide Adv. 697] CAIRNES (John Elliott)-The Revolution in America: a Lecture delivered before the Dublin Young Men's Christian Association. 12mo. pp. 46, sewed, 3d. (Simpkin)....... .[3638

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CALENDAR of LETTERS relating to NEGOTIATIONS between ENGLAND and SPAIN. Vol. 1. Henry VII. 1485 to 1509. Edited by G. A. Bergenroth. Imp. 8vo. cloth, 15s. (Longman). .. [3639 CARLETON (William)-The Double Prophecy; or, Trials of the Heart. 2 vols, post 8vo. pp. 460, cloth, 10s. (Duffy) .[3640 CARTER (Rev. T. T.)-Family Prayers; to which are added Short Prayers for Private Use. 18mo. pp. 106, cloth, 1s. (Masters) [3641 New

CASSELL'S Illustrated Family Paper. Vol. 10. Series. 4to. cloth, 4s. 6d. (Cassell) [vide Adv. 852] [3642 CHAMBERS (Sir William)-A Treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil Architecture. With Illustrations, Notes, and an Examination of Grecian Architecture by Joseph Gwilt. Revised and Edited by W. H. Leeds. 4to. cloth, 21s. (Lockwood) [vide Adv. 787] ....[3643



CHARLESWORTH (M. L.)-Ministering Children. New edit. 12mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. (Seeley)...... CHAMPNEYS (W. Weldon)-The Spirit in the Word. Facts gathered from a Thirty Years' Ministry. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 220, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Seeley) [vide Adv. 702][3645 CHILDREN'S FRIEND. Vol. 2. New Series. 4to. boards, 1s. 6d.; cloth, 2s. (Seeley)......... [3646 CHILD'S COMPANION. 1862. (Religious Tract Society)...

18mo. cloth, 1s. 6d. [3647



. [3648 12mo.

CHILD'S STORY BOOK. 18mo. cloth, gilt, 1s. 6d. (Gordon's School and Home Series) (Simpkin) CHRISTIAN CONQUESTS. By A. L. O. E. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 192, cloth, 18. 6d. (Houlston) [3649 Brief stories illustrating the suppression of hatred, fear, jealousy, avarice, and other vices.

CHRISTIAN (J.)-Jesus Our Ark. 12mo. pp. 150, cloth, ...[3650 2s. 6d. (Freeman)

COLERIDGE (S. T.)- Poems. 18mo. pp. 302, sewed, 2s. 6d. ; cloth, 3s. (Bell & D.) [vide Adv. 842] ......[3651 One of the series of pocket volumes; printed by Whittingham, on toned paper.

COLLINS (W. P.)-Christy Minstrels. 24 New Songs, with Choruses and Symphonies, and Accompaniments for Pianoforte. Edited by T. Westrop. 4to. sewed, 1s. (Sheard).. .[3652 COOPER (J. F.)-Satanstoe. Pp. 300, sewed, 1s. (Routledge).... .[3653 COTTAGER (The). 1862. Folio, sewed, 1s. 6d. (Religious Tract Society). . . . . . [3654 COUSENS (Frances Upcher)-Joyful Sunday Stories; or, Tales Explanatory of the Lord's Prayer. 12mo. pp. 170, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Dean)


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CUNNINGHAM (William) - Historical Theology: a Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church since the Apostolic Age. Edited by his Literary Executors. 2 vols. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Clark) pp. 1230, cloth, 21s. (Hamilton) [vide Adv. 794] ..[3658 Lectures prepared by Dr. Cunningham, and annually delivered by him to the students attending the class of Church History in the new College, Edinburgh.

DANTE'S Divina Commedia. The Inferno. Translated by W. P. Wilkie. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Edmonston) pp. 212, cloth, 5s. (Hamilton) (3659

A literal unrhymed translation.

D'AULNOY (Countess)-Fairy Tales. By J. R. Planché. New edit. 12mo. cloth, 6s. (Routledge) .[3660


DAVENPORT (Emma)-Fickle Flora and Her Seaside Friends. Square 16mo. pp. 170, cloth, 3s. 6d. ; coloured, 4s. 6d. (Griffith & F.) [vide Adv. 700}..


DE QUINCEY (T.)-Works. New edit. Vol. 11. Post
Svo. (Edinburgh, Black) cloth, 4s. 6d. (Longman) [vide
Adv. 821].......

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EDWARDS (M. Betham) - Scenes and Stories of the
Rhine. With Illustrations by F. M. Reyl. Sq. 16mo.
pp. 220, cloth, 3s. 6d.; coloured, 4s. 6d. (Griffith &
(F.) [vide Adv. 700]
ELEMENTS (The) of SUCCESS. Illustrated in the Life
A book for Young
of Amos Lawrence and others.
Men. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 230, cloth, 2s. 6d.
(Houlston) [vide Adv. 857]...

Amos Lawrence was a successful American mer-
chant, eminent for piety and integrity. The chapters
consist of illustrations of frugality, punctuality, not
being above business, the First Temptation, Religion
in business, &c., chiefly drawn from the history of his

ELIOT (George)-The Mill on the Floss. 5th edit. 1 vol. post 8vo. pp. 1186, cloth, 6s. (Blackwood)..........[3672 ENGLISH BALLADS for SCHOOL READING. Edited by Rev. W. Benham. 12mo. pp. 170, cloth, 1s. sd. (National Society) [vide Adv. 866]

.[3673 ETHERIDGE (J. W.) The Targums of Orkelos and Jonathan Ben Uzziel on the Pentateuch; with the Fragments of the Jerusalem Targum, from the Chaldee. Genesis and Exodus. Post 8vo. pp. 590, cloth, 8s. 6d. ..[3674 (Longman) [vide Adv. 765].......

The first attempt to translate into English the Targums or ancient Aramaic paraphrases on the books of the Old Testament. The translation is literal, and made directly from the Chaldee. FALCONER (Thomas)-On Surnames, and the Rules of Law affecting their Change; with Comments on the Correspondence of the Lord Lieutenant of Monmouthshire and Certain Officials respecting a Change of Surname. 2d edit. with additions. Post 8vo. pp. 92, cloth, .(3675 3s. 6d. (Reynell)...

Written with special reference to the case of Mr. Jones or Herbert, of Clytha; and the additional matter to this edition consists of the correspondence of Lord Llanover and others on the subject of that gentleman having changed his surname without a royal license.

FAMILY PRAYERS for MORNING and EVENING. Compiled by a Priest of the English Church. Fep. SVO. (Norwich) cloth limp, pp. 32, 18.; sewed in wrapper, 6d. [3676 (Masters)....

FAMILY (The) AT THE SEA. A Tale of Home. 2 vols. Post 8vo. pp. 540, cloth, 21s. (Saunders & O.) ...... [3677 FERGUSSON (James)-History of the Modern Styles of Architecture. With 312 Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 550, half-bound, 31s. 6d. (Murray) (vide Adv. 752]...... [3678 FIFTY CELEBRATED MEN: their Lives and Trials, and the Deeds that Made them Famous. 12mo. pp. 316, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Ward & L.) [vide Adv. 852]...... ...[3679 FLINT (J.) Notes, Questions, and Answers on the Collects. 12mo. cloth, 1s. 8d. (National Society) .. [3680 FOOD for LAMBS; or, a Selection of Texts for Young Children. Square 16mo. cloth, 2s. (Religious Tract Society)..... ..[3681


FOREIGN DESSERTS for ENGLISH TABLES: a Calendar for the Use of Hosts and Housekeepers; containing Receipts, Bills of Fare, and Dessert Arrangements for the whole year. By Author of "Everybody's Pudding Book." 12mo. pp. 160, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Bentley) [vide Adv. 697]. [3682

The instructions are strictly confined to the preparation of Desserts according to each month in the year and the number of guests.

FOSTER (Frank)-The Age we Live In; or, Doings of the Day. Square 16mo. pp. 46, sewed, 4d. (Simpkin).. [3683 FOULKES (T.)-Sasirarna Potham; or, the Doctrine of Sasirarna : a Pedantic Poem. By Tatwarayaswami. Translated from the Tamil. 8vo. (Madras, 1862.) 1s. 6d....... ..[3684 GALL (James)-Nature's Normal School the True Model for a National Education. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Gall; pp. 270, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Houlston) [vide Adv. 857]] [3685

A history and a practical exposition of the system of education of which the author is the originator. GELDART (Mrs.)-First Steps in Life: Tales and Sketches for the Young. 12mo. pp. 340, cloth, 5s. (Seeley) (vide Adv. 702]. .. [3686 GLEANINGS from the ENGLISH POETS-Chaucer to Tennyson-with Biographical Notes of the Authors. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 566, cloth, s. 6d. (Houlston) [vide Adv. 857}..


Dec. 8, 1862


GOLDEN LADDER (The) Stories Illustrative of the Eight Beatitudes. By Author of "Wide, Wide World." ..[3688 12mo. pp. 476, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Nisbet). GOOD WORDS for 1862. Edited by Norman Macleod. Royal 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. (Strahan) [vide Adv. 828] [3689 GRAY (John Edward)-A Hand Catalogue of Postage Stamps for the use of Collectors. 12mo. pp. 66, boards, . [3690 1s. (Hardwicke). 12mo. GRIFFITH (Thomas)-The Fatherhood of God. . [3691 pp. 280, cloth, 4s. 6d. (Hatchard)....... GRIMM: Household Tales and Popular Stories. Selected and Translated from the Writings of the Brothers Grimm. Hauff, &c. 12mo. pp. 310, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Ward & L.) [vide Adv. 854]


[3692 GUY LIVINGSTONE; or, "Thorough." 4th edit. post .[3693 Svo. pp. 370, cloth, 5s. (Tinsley) GWYNNE (Parry)-Word to the Wise. New edit. 18mo. sewed, 6d.; cloth, 1s. (Griffith & F.) ..[3694 HAMERTON (Philip Gilbert)-A Painter's Camp in the Highlands, and Thoughts about Art. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 910, cloth, 21s. (Macmillan) [vide Adv. 724] .... [3695 HANDBOOK to the CATHEDRALS of ENGLAND: Eastern Division - Oxford, Peterborough, Norwich, Ely, Lincoln. Post Svo. pp. 356, cloth, 18s. (Murray) [vide Adv. 752].

[3696 All the descriptions have been drawn up after careful personal survey, and with the assistance of the most recent works on each Cathedral.

HARDCASTLE (Charlotte) -Family Troubles. 2d edit. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 21s. (Newby)

... [3697

HARDY (Thos. D.)-Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of Great Britain. Vol. 1. Parts 1 and 2, royal Svo. 10s. (Longman).

.[3698 HART (Rev. R.)-The Apostolical Succession of the English Clergy traced from the earliest times, and in the four Dioceses of Canterbury, London, Norwich, and Ely; continued to the year 1862. 8vo. (Norwich) pp. 28, sewed, 1s. (Rivingtons)


HELPS for the PULPIT; or, Sketches and Skeletons of Sermons. By a Minister. 3d series. 12mo. (Halifax) .... [3700 pp. 350, cloth, 3s. (Tegg)....

HIGHTON (Rev. H.)-A Revised Translation of the New Testament, with a Notice of the principal various Readings in the Greek Text. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. (Bagster) [vide Adv. 809]

..[3701 HODGSON (Rev. F.)-Mythology for Versification. New edit. Revised by F. C. Hodgson. 12mo. pp. 220, cloth, 3s. (Macmillan).... .[3702

HOME and SCHOOL; or, the Neglected Child. By the Author of "Twins and their Stepmother." 18mo. pp. .[3703 186, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Routledge) ...

HOOD (Thomas)-The Loves of Tom Tucker and Little Bo-Peep: a Rhyming Rigmarole. 4to. pp. 32, boards, . [3704 2s. 6d. (Griffith & F.) [vide Adv. 700}

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KRUMMACHER (F. A.)-Alfred and the Little Dove. By F. A. Krummacher. The Young Savoyard. By Ernest Hold. Translated from the German by a Lady. 32mo. (Edinburgh, Johnstone & H.) pp. 96, cloth, is. (Hamilton)..... .. [3712

LAMB (Charles)-Tales from Shakespeare. Designed for the use of Young Persons. 18mo. (Edinburgh, Gordon.) ..[3713 pp. 250, cloth, 1s. (Simpkin). LAND REGISTRY, 1862.-Collection of the Public General Statutes relating to the Registration of Estates, with an Indefensible Title; with the General Orders of the Land Registry Office, Forms, Tables of Fees, and copious Index to Acts and Orders. 12mo. cloth, 2s.(Waterlow)[3714

LANDON (M. E.)-Urbain Grandier and other Poems. 12mo. cloth, 5s. (Saunders & 0.) . [3715

LANGLEY (J. Baxter)-The Life Agent's Vade Mecum. 6th edit. 12mo. pp. 140, sewed, 18. 6d. (Tweedie).. [3716 LAURENCE (William)-Lectures on Surgery, delivered in St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 8vo. pp. 642, cloth. 16s. (Churchill) ..[3717

LEISURE HOUR, 1862. Royal 8vo. cloth, 6s. (Religious Tract Society).......... [3718

LEITCH (William)-God's Glory in the Heavens. 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, 6s. (Strahan) (vide Adv. 728]........[3719 Some of the chapters were originally published in Good Words, but nearly one-half the volume is entirely new. It contains twelve carefully-executed lithograph views of the moon, comets, nebulæ, and other astronomical objects, as seen in the telescope. LEMPRIERE (Charles)-Notes in Mexico in 1861 and 1862, politically and socially considered. Post Svo. pp. 480, cloth, 12s. 6d. (Longman) (vide Adv. 765]..[3720 The object of the volume is specially to make known the present condition of Mexico, and the circumstances of the French expedition thither.

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LEWIS (Sir G. C.)-An Essay on the Origin and Formation of the Romance Languages, containing an Examination of M. Raynouard's Theory on the Relation of the Italian, Spanish, Provençal, and French to the Latin. 2d edit. post 8vo. pp. 302, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Parker & S.) [vide Adv. 796]. 3723

Originally published in 1835, by Talboys, at Oxford. The principal object of the Essay is to refute the theory of the derivation of the Romance languages, from the langue d'oc or language of the Troubadours.

LIFE and its PURPOSES-illustrated in the Life of Mary Lyon and others: a Book for Young Ladies. 12mo. (Edinburgh, Gall), pp. 200, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Houlston) [vide Adv. 857}... [3724

Mary Lyon was a philanthropic American lady, the founder and principal of the Mount Holyoake Female Seminary. The work is not strictly a biography, but a series of chapters on Modesty, Dress, Fashion, Spare Moments, Punctuality, Mental Culture, &c., illustrated chiefly by the facts of Miss Lyon's life.

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LOIS WEEDON HUSBANDRY AS IT IS. 3d edit. including "A Word in Season_about growing Wheat." Corrected and condensed. Post 8vo. pp. 80, sewed, 1s. 6d. (Ridgway).. ..[3727 LOVER (Samuel)-Handy Andy. New edit. 12mo. boards, 2s. (Darton) ..[3728 LOVER (Samuel)-He Would be a Gentleman; or, Treasure Trove. New edit. 12mo. boards, 2s. (Parlour Library) (Darton) . [3729

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LOVER (Samuel)-Legends and Stories of Ireland. New edit. 12mo. pp. 380, boards, 2s. (Parlour Library) (Darton) [3730

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LUTHER (M.)- Illustrations of the Life of Martin Luther, with letter-press description by J. H. Merle D'Aubigné. Folio, 218. (Day) [vide Adv. 849] . [3731 LYTTON (Sir E. B.)-Night and Morning. Library edit. 2 vols. Vol. I. 12mo. cloth. 3s. (Blackwood).......[3732 MACDUFF (J. R.)—Family Prayers. 11th edit. revised, 12mo. pp. 280, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Nisbet) [vide Adv. 775]{3733 MACFARLANE (Agnes Maxwell)-The Night Lamp: a Narrative of the Means by which Spiritual Darkness was dispelled from the Death-bed of Agnes Maxwell Macfarlane. New edit. 12mo. pp. 306, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Nisbet) [vide Adv. 775] . .[3734 MACKAY (Charles)-The Gouty Philosopher; or, the Opinions, Whims, and Eccentricities of John Wagstaffe, Esq., of Wilbye Grange. Post 8vo. pp. 340, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Saunders & Ö.)..... [3735 Essays on social, political and economical subjects. Reprinted from the weekly periodical "Robin Goodfellow,"

MACLACHLAN (David)—A Treatise on the Law of Merchant Shipping; with a Supplement. Pp. 910, cloth. 36s.......

..[3736 Supplement separately. Royal 8vo. cloth, 5s. (Max

well) .[3737 MACLEAN'S BOOKKEEPING, ruled Books for. 4to. (Edinburgh, Gordon) sewed, 2s. 6d. (Hamilton).... [3738 MARRYAT (Captain)-Rattlin the Reefer. 12mo. sewed, 1s. (Routledge) [3739 MARSH (John B.)-Is the Pentateuch Historically True? Containing all Bishop Colenso's Arguments in favour of the Rejection of the Pentateuch and Book of Joshua; the Learned Doctor's Misquotations of Scripture Exposed; and a Humble Review attempted in Vindication of the Truth of the Pentateuch. 8vo. (Manchester, Heywood) pp. 24, sewed, 6d. (Simpkin)..

MARSH (John B.)-Shakspeare Playing Cards. packet Is. (Simpkin)




Each card is printed with a riddle, selected from

MARTIN (William)-A First English Course, based upon
the Analyses of Sentences; comprising the Structure
and History of the English Language, with copious
Exercises. 12mo. pp. 198, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Longman) [3742
MASON (Thomas Monck)-The Work and the Word; or,
the Dealings and Doctrines of God in relation to the
State and Salvation of Man, Summarily Reviewed,
Reconciled, and Recommended, in accordance with the
Dictates of Human Reason. Post 8vo. pp. 453, cloth,
8s. 6d. (Wertheim)
... [3743
MAYNARD (H. N.)-Handbook to the Crumlin Viaduct,
Monmouthshire. Royal 8vo. (Crumlin, Wilson) cloth,
5s. (Weale)'..
. [3744

Svo. pp. 560, cloth, 16s. (Lɔngman)....... MICK TRACY, the Irish Scripture Reader: a Tale of Facts. By W. A. C. 2d. edit. Post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. (Book Society)... ..[3746 MISTRESS and MAID. By Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman." 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 670, cloth, 21s. (Burst & B.) [vide Adv. 801]... . [3747 Reprinted from Good Words. The authoress, Miss Muloch, explains that the object of the story is to illustrate the true relation between domestic servants and their employers.

MONOD (A.)-Farewell to his Friends and to the Church. 8th edit. 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Nisbet) ..[3748 MORGAN (Lady)-Memoirs, Autobiography, and Correspondence. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 1,096, cloth, 36s. (W. H. Allen). [3749 MURCHISON (Charles)-A Treatise on the Continued Fevers of Great Britain. 8vo. pp. 640, cloth, 18s. (Parker & Son) [vide Adv. 791} ..[3750


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ORDER of the Administration of the Lord's Supper, with Short Notes and Devotion. 32mo. cloth, 1s. (Saunders & O.)... ..[3752 OXENDEN (Rev.) and MARSDEN (C. H.)-Family Prayers. 5th edit. 12mo. pp. 236, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Wertheim) ..[3753 PARLEY (Peter)-The Story of Peter Parley's Own Life, from the Personal Narrative of the late Samuel Goodrich (Peter Parley). Edited by his friend and admirer, Frank Freeman. 12mo. pp. 310, cloth, 5s. (Low) [vide Adv. 776).... .[3754

PARLOUR GARDENER (The)-A Practical Treatise on the House Cultivation of Ornamental Plants. Square 16mo. pp. 158, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Low) {vide Adv. 726] [3755 PARTHER (Rev. Joseph)-The Cavendish Pulpit: Discourses at Cavendish Street Chapel, Manchester. 12mo. | (Manchester, Bremner) pp. 310, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Pitman)....... .[3756

PERILS AMONG the HEATHEN; or, Incidents of
Missionary Life. With a Preface by Rev. Joseph
Ridgeway. 12mo. pp. 350, cloth, 5s. (Seeley) [vide Adv.

Brief anecdotes, comprising the more striking scenes
in the experiences of the most celebrated Missionaries
(chiefly English) in all parts of the world; with six
full-page wood-cut illustrations.

PHILLIPSON (Caroline Giffard)- Songs on Italy, and other Poems. Post 8vo. pp. 170, cloth, 6s. (Hardwicke) ... [3758 Brief pieces, chiefly relating to recent events in Italy. PICTORIAL JOURNEY through the HOLY LAND; or, Sketches in Palestine. Royal 8vo. cloth, 6s. 61. (Religious Tract Society) 13759

The illustrations are drawn on wood by the author of the letter-press. The series is extracted from the Sunday at Home.

PICTURES and KNOWLEDGE. By Uncle Know All. 4to. boards, 1s. 6d. ; cloth, 2s. 6d. (Dean) [vide Adv. 748; ...[3760 PLANCHE (J. R.)-Popular Fairy Tales. New edit. Post 8vo. cloth, 6s. (Routledge) [3761 PREACHER'S (The) ASSISTANT; or, Outlines of Sermons by Author of "Helps for the Pulpit." 18mo. (Halifax, Nicholson) pp. 300, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Simpkin) [3762 PRIDHAM (Arthur) - Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Ephesians. 2d edit. Revised. 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, 4s. 6d. (Yapp)...... .[3763 PRIDHAM (Arthur)-Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Hebrews. 2d edit. Enlarged. 12mo. pp. 430, cloth, 5s. (Yapp)...... ..[3764

PRIDHAM (Arthur)-Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Romans. 2d edit. Enlarged. 12mo. pp. 420, cloth, 5s. (Yapp)..... ......[3765 PROCTER (Francis) -An Elementary History of the Book of Common Prayer. 12mo. pp. 144, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Macmillan) [vide Adv. 724] .. .....[3766

Intended to supply the reader with general results, which, in the author's larger work, are accompanied by more elaborate discussions, and references to autho rities, extracts from the Latin service-books of the middle ages, &c.

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