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Morcar of Hereward-and the fact that it was published, not in the orthodox three octavos, but in four pocket volumes, is strongly indicative of fifty years since. Her novels, Reginald Lyle, Flies in Amber, The Hungarian Castle, The Jealous Wife, The Rival Beauties, The Martyns and the Daventrys, The Romance of the Harem, Speculation, &c., belong to a later school, and still find readers. Miss Pardoe also published Facts and Traditions of Portugal, 2 vols., and two works of the romantic and anecdotical school of History, on the Court and Reign of Francis the First, and the Court of France and Louis the Fourteenth. But she is best known by her boudoir books, or livres de luxe, as the French call them, of which her Beauties of the Bosphorus and the City of the Sultan, with the illustrations of the late Mr. Bartlett, was the most successful. ¦ Miss Pardoe died at her residence in Montague Street, Portman Square, of congestion of the brain.

The vitality of established journals, which somebody has compared to that of Sir John Barleycorn, cannot be better illustrated than by the fact that copyright, machinery, and plant of the old Sun, Evening Newspaper, which still remains a high-price journal, was sold the other day at the Auction Mart for £2,420. The sale took place pursuant to a decree of the Court of Chancery. The purchaser was Mr. Farrer.

Sir James Emerson Tennent writes to say that the poem entitled Mortality, which the American papers have attributed to President Lincoln, was written by Mr. William Knox, a Scotch gentleman, who died in youth, about forty years ago, after publishing a small volume of lyrics under the title of Songs of Israel. Some account of Knox is, we believe, given in Messrs. Chambers's Cyclopædia of Literature. Sir James states that the lines were given to him by Mr. Knox in the year 1824.

A correspondent calls our attention to an error in a former number, in which Miss Braddon's novel of Lady Audley's Secret is mentioned as reprinted from Temple Bar. It was the same Authoress's story of Aurora Floyd which appeared in that magazine. The true history of the publication of Lady Audley's Secret is somewhat curious, and may furnish an anecdote for the | future encouragement of authors who have a reputation to make. Its first chapters were published in the weekly magazine started about a year and a-half ago under the editorship of Mr. Charles Mackay, with the odd title of Robin Goodfellow. Robin Goodfellow having gone the way of many other new ventures of the kind before Lady Audley's Secret was fully unfolded, Miss Braddon was compelled to take up the story again in the Sixpenny Magazine, where it was brought to an end, and from which it was reprinted by Messrs. Tinsley Brothers. Such were the struggles to reach the public eye of one of the most brilliant and successful books of the day.

We understand, on good authority, that the practice of charging unpaid book-packets with letter postage, as a penalty, is likely soon to be discontinued.

A life of Victor Hugo, written, it is said, by his wife, is shortly to be published in Paris. The new critical weekly journal of which there has for some time been a rumour, will, we believe, be edited by Mr. Dicey, the Author of the Life of Count Cavour, and Rome in 1860. The first number will probably appear on the 3rd of January. We learn on good authority that the statement that it will be the property of Messrs. Macmillan & Co. is unfounded.

A New York correspondent writes under date of Nov. 25-"Money is abundant, and I suppose there will be more paid for photographic albums between now and January 1, in the States, than the amount of the whole book business of England in the same time. People are still as busy for them as ever, and binders all doing nothing else."

Lady Rachel Butler, the Authoress of the new novel entitled The Prophecy, is the wife of Lord James Butler, of Drumcondra Castle, and a relative of Earl Russell. The story is said to be founded upon a manuscript discovered at Brussels, in the year 1822, by the late Lord Clancarty, at the time our Ambassador at the Hague. This nobleman subsequently gave it to the Earl of Ormonde, who deposited it among the family records in Kilkenny Castle, where it now lies.

The editor of our Conservative contemporary, the Press, is not a reader of the Publishers' Circular, as is evident from the following remarkable paragraph of literary intelligence published in its columns a week ago :—“ A piece of news more interesting to the English nation will be found in a portion of our Berlin correspondent's letter. To the list of Royal Authors may now be added the name of our own gracious Sovereign. A book from her pen will appear in a few days, under the title Meditations upon Death and Eternity. Though an original work, it is published as a translation. Our correspondent, who has seen some of the proofs of this literary curiosity, gives a favourable idea of its merits." This, of course, refers to the work published by Messrs. Trübner & Co. in August last, of which we gave some account in our number for September 1. Our readers need hardly be told that the work is not original, but is a translation of passages from Tschokke's Stunden der Andacht, selected by Her Majesty, and edited by Miss Frederica Rowan.

Mrs. Henry Wood, author of The Channings, The Halliburtons, East Lynne, &c., is writing a new tale for the Quiver, entitled William Adair, or Running away to Sea, a tale for boys, commencing in No. 61; and in the same journal are now publishing a series of able articles on Scripture and Geology, their agreement; and on Bishop Colenso and the Historical Accuracy of the Books of Moses.

An interesting correspondence is now appearing in the Athenæum on the subject of Dr. Colenso's recent work on the Pentateuch, between Dr. Hermann Adler, the learned Jewish Rabbi, and a

writer who subscribes himself Philobiblius, under which signature the readers of Dr. Colenso's work will have no difficulty in recognising Dr. Colenso himself. Philobiblius asserts that an agreement of views is impossible between Dr. Colenso and the party to which his opponent belongs; as the former explains the Bible by its own light, while the latter read it through the medium of the Talmud.

We understand that two translations of Villari's Life of Savonarola were being prepared for publication -one by Mr. L. Horner, the other by the Rev. P. Beaton. Mr. Horner's work was first announced for publication, and we learn that, through an arrangement with his publishers, Mr. Beaton's has been withdrawn.

A French publication, the Jardin des Racines Grecques, gives some interesting facts upon the rage of late years for collecting autographs in France. Some time since, at the sale of the library of M. Parisou, in Paris, a copy of Cæsar's Commentaries was offered for sale, of the value in itself of about two francs. The volume, however, contained a single note of about fifteen lines, believed to be in the handwriting of Montaigne, upon the back of the last leaf, the desire to possess which occasioned so great a competition among the autograph hunters, that the volume was finally knocked down to a representative of the Duc d'Aumale for 1,575 francs. This kind of bibliomania is equally conspicuous with regard to printed works which borrow a value from some historical circumstance. At the public sale of the MacCarthy library, one of the six copies of the Bible known as the Bible in forty-two lines, was bought for 20,000 francs. The celebrated Missal of Mary Stuart, which she held in her hand on mounting the scaffold, and which, it is said, bears a stain of her blood, is now worth 100,000 francs. But perhaps the most curious example which bibliography offers is the famous Garland of Julia, a manuscript on vellum given to Malle. Julie-Lucine d'Agennes de Ramboullet by her betrothed, the Duke of Montansier. This precious manuscript was purchased sixty years since, at the sale of the library of the Duke de la Vallière, for 14,510 francs; nowadays it would doubtless fetch an enormous


AUCTIONS During THE ENSUING FORTNIGHT.-Mr. Hodgson, Dec. 17, Law libraries of a solicitor and barrister, deceased; Dec. 18, 600 reams of printing and other papers, envelopes, account-books, stationery, &c.; Dec. 22 to 24, Miscellaneous books, library of a clergyman deceased, &c. Messrs. Puttick & Simpson, Dec. 19, Large collection of autograph letters and manuscripts.

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ARCHBOLD (J. F.)-New_Law of Bankruptcy; with the
General Orders of the Bankruptcy Court and County
Courts, and a Supplement comprising the Decided Cases
on the subject to September 1862. 2d edit. 12mo. pp.
390, cloth, 188. (Simpkin)

BARBOUR (M. F.)-The Child of the Kingdom. By the
Author of "The Way Home." New edit. square 16mo.
pp. 190, sd. 1s.; cl. 2s. 6d. (Nisbet) [vide Adv. 832] [3846
BARBOUR (M. F.)-The Way Home, and How the Little
Children reached it by a Railway Accident. New edit.
16mo. sd. 1s.6d. ; cl. 2s. 6d. (Nisbet) [vide Adv. 832] [3847
BARROWCLIFFE (A. J.)—Amberhill; or, Guilty Peace.
New edit. 12mo. pp. 290, sewed, 1s. (Smith & Elder's
Shilling Series) (Smith & E.).. [vide Adv. 827] ..... [3848
BEKE (C. T.)-A Few Words with Bishop Colenso on the
subject of the Exodus of the Israelites and the Position of
Mount Sinai. 8vo. 1s. (Williams & N.)


BELLEW (H. W.) Journal of a Political Mission to
Afghanistan in 1857, under Major (now Colonel) Lumsden;
with an Account of the Country and People. Royal 8vo.
with 8 illustrations, pp. 490, cloth, 16s. (Smith & E.)
[vide Adv. 826]
BOOK and its MISSIONS, Past and Present. Vol. 7.
1862, 8vo. cloth, 48. (Kent)
BOY'S OWN MAGAZINE. Vol. 8, post 8vo. cloth, 3s.




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BRAIDWOOD (Rev. John)-True Yoke Fellows in the
Mission Field: the Life and Labours of the Rev. John
Anderson and the Rev. Robert Johnston, traced in the
Rise and Development of the Madras-Free Church Mis-
sion. Post 8vo. pp. 570, cloth, 78. 6d. (Nisbet) [vide
Adv. 832}

With two photographic portraits. BRANCHARDIERE (Mlle.Riego.)-The Winter Book for 1862. Square 16mo. sewed, 18. (Simpkin)........................... [3855 Practical instructions to ladies for knitting waistcoats, muffs, &c.

BREAD UPON THE WATERS.- 18mo. (Edinburgh, ...[3856 Gall) pp. 112, cloth, 18. (Houlston)..

A story; with a coloured illustration. BRIERLEY (Benjamin)-Tales and Sketches of Lancashire Life. Part 3, 12mo. (Manchester, Heywood) pp. 130, sewed, 18. (Simpkin).... ..[3857 BRISTOL CHANNEL ALMANACK and TIDE TABLES, 1863. 12mo. sewed, 1s. (Simpkin) ..[3858 BRITISH BAPTIST REPORTER, 1862. 8vo. half-bound, 4s. (Simpkin) ..13859

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BROWN (Rev. Charles J.)-Recollections of the Last Days
of a Daughter Beloved. With Preface by her Father.
18mo. pp. 64, cloth, 8d. (Nisbet).
. [3863
BROWNE (Henry)-Lectures on the Laws of Health and
their Correspondence with Revealed Truth, delivered
before the Manchester City Missionaries. 12mo. (Man-
chester, Kelly) pp. 74, sewed, 1s. (Simpkin)........[3864
BROWNING (Rev. H. B.)-Aids to Pastoral Visitation.
2d edit. 12mo. pp. 274, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Bell)
BURKE (Sir B.)-Vicissitudes of Families. 3d series, post
8vo. pp. 460, cl. 12s. 6d. (Longman) [vide Adv. 904] [3866

BURN (Robert Scott) - Outlines of Modern Farming. Vol. 1, Soils, Manures, and Crops. 12mo. pp. 230, cloth, 2s. (Weale's Series) (Virtue) .....[3867 CALVIN: his Life, his Labours, and his Writings. Translated from the French of Felix Bungener. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Clark) pp. 350, cloth, 8s. 6d. (Hamilton) [vide Adv. 794]. .[3868 CAMPBELL (John) Lost among the Affghans; being the Adventures of John Campbell (otherwise Feringhee Bachu) amongst the Wild Tribes of Central Asia. Related by himself to Hubert Oswald Fry. Post 8vo. pp. 340, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826] .[3869 A genuine biography of a child who was found by the Afghans on the field of battle during the disastrous reireat of our troops through the Kuyber Pass. CASSELL'S Popular Educator. Vol. 2, new edit. 4to. cloth, 5s.; Vols. 1 and 2, 1 vol. 4to. cloth, 9s. 6d. (Cassell) [vide Adv. 851] ..[3870

CHAMBERS'S Encyclopædia: a Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People. Vol. 4, royal 8vo. cloth, 9s. (Chambers) [3871 CHRISTIAN TREASURY. Vol. 6 (1862), royal 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. (Groombridge) [3872 CHRISTIAN'S MONTHLY PENNY MAGAZINE, 1862. 12mo. cloth, 1s. 6d. (Snow).. [3873 CHRISTIAN'S PRIMER. Vol. 16 (1862), 12mo. halfbound, Is. (Simpkin) .[3874

CHURCH BUILDER (The). Vol. 1, post 8vo. cloth, 1s. 6d. (Rivingtons) . [3875 CHURCHMAN'S MONTHLY PENNY MAGAZINE, Vol. 16 (1862), 12mo. cloth, 1s. 6d. (Wertheim) ..... [3876 COLE (William)-Life on the Niger; or, the Journal of an African Trader. Post 8vo. pp. 208, cloth, 5s. (Saunders & O.).. ......13877

The author spent some time among the native tribes, and his work describes their life, customs, &c.

COLLINS (Wilkie)-After Dark. Illustrated edit. post 8vo. cloth, 58. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826] ........ [3878 COOK (Dutton)-A Prodigal Son. 3 vols. post Svo. pp. 900, cloth, 31s. 6d. (Hurst & B.) [vide Adv. 801]........ [3879 CORNER (Julia) - The Children's Own Sunday. Book; with Questions for Examination. New edit. entirely reedited, 12mo. pp. 170, cl. 2s. 6d. (Tegg) [vide Adv. 803) (3880 CORNHILL MAGAZINE. Vol. 6 (July to Dec. 1862), 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. (Smith & E.) .[3581 CRAWFORD (M. L.)-Through Algeria. By the Author of "Life in Tuscany." Post 8vo. pp. 370, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Bentley) [3882 DAILY LIGHT on the DAILY PATH: a Devotional Text Book for Every Day in the Year, in the very Words of Scripture. The Evening Hour. Square 16mo. cloth, 3s. 6d.; 32mo. 2s. 6d. (Routledge) ....[3883


DAVIES (Rev. Edwin)-Glimpses of Our Heavenly Home; or the Destiny of the Glorified. 4th edit. 12mo. pp. 260, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Heylin) ..[3884 DEAN'S New Book of Magic Illuminations. Royal Svo. boards, 2s. (Dean) [vide Adv. 850] . [3885 DEEPER WRONG; or, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Written by Herself. Edited by M. L. Child. Post 8vo. pp. 303, boards, 1s. 6d. (Tweedie)................. [3886 DICKES (William)-Studies from the Great Masters, engraved and printed in Colours. With Prose Illustrations by the Rev. Bennet G. Johns. Folio, cloth, 21s. (Hamilton) . [3887

The Studies include the Blind Beggar of Dyckmans, Ecce Homo of Guido Reni, the Infant Samuel of Sir J. Reynolds, the Holy Family of Correggio, the Schoolmistress of Stothard, &c. Some of the pictures have been copied, by special permission, from the collections of Her Majesty and the Earl of Carlisle and other noblemen and gentlemen.

DONNE (W. B.)-Essays on the Drama and on Popular
Amusements. 2d edit. post 8vo. pp. 256, cloth, 5s.

The subjects are-Athenian Comedy; Beaumont and
Fletcher; Plays and their Providers; Songs of the
Dramatists; Charles Kemble; the Drama, Past and
Present; Popular Amusements, &c.

DUCHESS (The) of TRAJETTO. By the Author of "Mary Powell." Post 8vo. pp. 300, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Hall) (vide Adv. 791]


A story said by the authoress to be based on truth.

EARLY DUTIES and EARLY DANGERS. 18mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 112, cl. 1s. (Houlston) [vide Adv. 857)[3690 Short essays, illustrated by anecdotes on The Value of the Bible, The Sin of Stealing, The Duty of Prayer, &c.; with a coloured illustration.

EFFIE MAURICE; or, What do I Love Best? 18mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 112, cloth, 1s. (Houlston) (vide Adv. 857]....... .[3891


ELLEN MASON; or, Principle and Prejudice. 18mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 112, cloth, 18. (Houlston)..........[vide Adv. 857] ELLIOTT (E. B.)-Hora Apocalyptica; or, a Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical. 5th edit. carefully revised, corrected, enlarged, and improved throughout, with additional Plates and a New Preface. 4 vols. 8vo. pp. 2500, cl. 56s. (Seeley) [vide Adv. 702][3833 ENGLISH CHURCH UNION KALENDAR: an Ecclesiastical Almanac for the Year of Grace 1863. 1210. sewed, 18. 6d. ; cloth, 2s. (Masters)........... .[3814 FAIRBAIRN (P.)-Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy : an Exposition. 3d edit. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Clark) pp. 508, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Hamilton).. [vide Adv. 79+].......... _3895 FAMILY FRIEND and DOMESTIC ECONOMIST. 11lustrated enlarged series, Christmas 1862. Post Svo. PP. 590, cloth, 4s. (Ward & L.)........ ...(38.6 FANNY RAYMOND; or, the Commandment with Promise. 18mo. (Edinburgh, Gall) pp. 112, cloth, 18. (Houlston) {vide Adv. 857].. ..[3897 FAVOURITE ENGLISH POEMS: a Collection of some of the most celebrated Poems in the Language, chiefly unabridged; with Biographical Notices. 2 vols. 8vo. illustrated with 300 engravings, half-bound morocco, 38s. (Low) [vide Adv. 848]


FEMALE LIFE in PRISON. By a Prison Matron. 3d edit. revised, 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 600, cloth, 21s. (Hurst & B.).. [vide Adv. 801].. 3839

FONBLANQUE (Albany)—A Tangled Skein. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 890, cloth, 31s. 6d. (Tinsley). . [3900 FORBES (Bp.)-Sermons on the Grace of God and other Cognate Subjects. 12mo. pp. 360, cl. 5s. (Masters) (vide Adv. 925]...


FOR EVER! or, the Final State of the Redeemed Considered as to its Gradations of Rank and Blessedness, on Scriptural Grounds, &c. 12mo. pp. 280, cloth, 45. (J. F. Shaw).. [vide Adv. 856]..

3902 18mo. (Ed n

FRANK HARPER; or, Beginning Life. burgh, Gall) pp. 102, cloth, 1s. (Houlston) ......... [3903 GARDNER (Rev. James)-Ministering Men'; or, Heroes of Missionary Enterprise; with an Essay on the Extension of the Missionary Spirit. 12mo. pp. 334, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Dean).. [vide Adv. 850]...... ..[3904 GARDENERS' (The) ANNUAL for 1863. Edited by the Rev. S. Reynolds Hole. With a coloured Illustration by John Leech. 12mo. pp. 160, sewed, 2s. 6d. (Longman)........ .. [3905 GILBERT (Rev. H. A.)~An Advent Tract: a Dialogue on the Millennium. 12mo. (Tiverton, Dunn) pp. 16, sewed, 1d. (Simpkin). ..[3906 GOLDEN LEAVES from the WORKS of the POETS and PAINTERS. Edited by Robert Bell. 8vo. pp. 480, cloth, 25s. (Griffin) [vide Adv. 905]............. ....[3907

A large proportion of the Selections are from copyright works of living authors. The volume is beautifully printed on thick toned paper.


GORDON (Charles Alexander) - China from a Medical Point of View in 1860 and 1861; to which is added a Chapter on Nagasaki as a Sanitarium. 8vo. pp. 470, cloth, 10s. 6d. (Churchill) ..[3908 GURNEY (John Hampden)-Sermons on the Acts of the Apostles. 12mo. pp. 368, cloth, 7s. (Rivingtons) .. [vide Adv. 916] (3909

GUTHRIE (Thomas)- Speaking to the Heart; or, Sermons for the People. Post 8vo. pp. 216, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Strahan).. [vide Adv. 828]...... [3910

GUYOT (Arnold)-The Earth and Man; or, Comparative Physical Geography. Translated from the French by C. C. Felton. 6th edit. with corrections, and a complete Index, 12mo. pp. 253, cloth, 2s.; with plates, 3s. 6d. (H. G. Bohn).. . [3911 GWYNNE (Talbot)-Young Singleton. New edit. 12mo. sewed, 1s. (Smith & Elder's Shilling Series) (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 827] . [3912 HADLEY (Caroline)--Children's Sayings; or, Early Life at Home. Square 16mo. pp. 152, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Smith & E.).. [vide Adv. 723).. (3913


HADLEY (Caroline) - Stories of Old Bible Narratives, suitable for Young Children. 1st series, Old Testament; 2d series, New Testament. 12mo. cloth, each 3s. 6d. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 723].. [3914 Brief stories for young children, illustrative of such phrases as "I don't like," "I can't do it," &c. HAMILTON (Gavin)—The Functions of Si and Qui; with special reference to German Theories. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Gordon) pp. 170, cloth, 6s. (Hamilton)


An Essay on Latin Syntax, chiefly with reference to
the use of the Subjunctive Mood.

HAMILTON (James)-A Morning beside the Lake of
Galilee. 18mo. pp. 184, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Nisbet)... [vide
Ads. 832]..
. [3916

A series of meditations upon the words of Our

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HARDING (J. D.)-Lessons on Art. 7th edit. royal 8vo. cloth, 15s. (Kent). . [3917 HARRIS (Rev. James) - Questions in Arithmetic. 2d edit. enlarged, post 8vo. pp. 78, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Whittaker)... . [3918 HINTON (James)-Life in Nature. Post 8vo. pp. 276, cloth, 6s. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826] . . [3919

A popular exposition of the physical structure and functions of living bodies.

HISLOP (Rev. Alexander)-The Two Babylons; or, Papal Worship proved to be the Worship of Nimrod and his Wife. 3d edit. 8vo. (Edinburgh, Wood) pp. 496, cloth, 12s. (Houlston)


The author's object is to show that the religion of the Church of Rome is the religion of ancient Babylon, tinged with Christianity.

HISTORY of a PIN. By E. M. S. With Illustrations by R. T. Ross. 4to. (Edinburgh, Elliott) pp. 104, cloth, 28. 6d. (Hamilton)..... .[3921 HOOPER (George)-Waterloo the Downfall of the First Napoleon a History of the Campaign of 1815. 8vo. with map and plans, pp. 356, cl. 15s. (Smith & E.).. [vide Adv. 826).. [3922 HOW AMERICA WON FREEDOM. By the Author of "Household Proverbs." 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, 58. (J. F. Shaw)


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The author designates the Australian Continent by these titles, in allusion to Flinders and Sturt, the explorers.

LARGE LETTERS for the LITTLE ONES. With Illustrations engraved by Edmund Evans. Square 16mo. bound, 1s. (Routledge)..... ...[3931

LEE (Holme)-Tuflongbo's Journey in Search of Ogres ; with some Account of his Early Life, and how his Shoes got worn out. 12mo. pp. 240, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826].. [3932 LIFE in HEAVEN.-" There Faith is changed into Sight, and Hope is passed into blissful Fruition." By Author of "Heaven Our Home." 12mo. (Edinburgh, Nimmo) pp. 266, cloth, 3s. 6d. (Simpkin) [vide Adv. 802]....[3933 LIGHT from the PATH of LIFE, from the Holy Scriptures. Illuminated by S. Stanesby. Square 16mo. cloth, 12s. (Griffith & F.) [vide Adv. 846] ... ...... [3934 Texts from Scripture, illuminated.

LYTTON (Sir E. B.)-A Strange Story. New edition, revised. Post 8vo. pp. 510, cloth, 7s. 6d. (Low)..[vide Adv. 848) ..[3935

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MAGUIRE (Rev. Robert)-Self: its Dangers, Doubts, and Duties. 32mo. pp. 236, cl. 2s. 6d. (J. F. Shaw) [vide Adv. 856] [3937

Essays, chiefly in the way of advice and admonition, on Self-Deception, Self-Righteousness, Self-Examination, Self-Suspicion, Self-Love, and Self-Denial. MAMMA'S LESSONS for her LITTLE BOYS and GIRLS. 14th edit. square 16mo. pp. 186, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Griffith & F.)..


MARGARET WARNER; or, the Young Wife at the Farm. 2nd edit. 12mo. pp. 230, cl. 3s. 6d. (Seeley) (3939 MARTIN (Henri)-Daniel Manin and Venice in 1848-49, with an Introduction by Isaac Butt. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 560, cloth, 21s. (Skeet)... [3940

Daniel Manin was the hero of the struggle of the Venetians against Austrian rule in 1848-9. He died subsequently in exile. The original of the present work was published in Paris in 1859.

MAURICE (F. D.)-Dialogues between a Clergyman and a Layman on Family Worship. Post 8vo. pp. 220, cloth, 6s. (Macmillan) ..[3941

The author explains that the clergyman of his dialogues is one who accepts the doctrines of the Church; the layman, one whose faith in them is nearly gone. The object of the dialogues is not confutation, but the discovery of a common ground of agreement.

MAYNE (R. C.)-Four Years in British Columbia and Vancouver Island: an Account of their Forests, Rivers, Coasts, Gold Fields, and Resources for Colonisation. With Map and Illustrations. 8vo. pp. 470, cloth, 168. (Murray) [vide Adv. 752]................ ..[3942

MEDITATIONS on DEATH and ETERNITY. Translated from the German by Frederica Rowan. New edit. post 8vo. cloth, 6s. (Trübner). ..[3943


MITCHELL (D. W.)-Ten Years in the United States: being an Englishman's Views of Men and Things in the North and South. Post 8vo. pp. 340, cloth, 98. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826]...... . [3944 MOTHER'S PICTURE ALPHABET. New edit. folio, boards, 5s. (Partridge) [vide Adv. 869]. ....[3945 MOTHER'S (The) THOROUGH RESOURCE BOOK. New edit. post 8vo. half-bound, 3s. 6d. (Ward & L.) [3946 MURSELL (Rev. Archer)-Lectures to Working Men. Vols. 1 and 2, 1 vol. 12mo. (Manchester, Bremner) cloth, 3s. 6d. (Pitman).. .. [3947 NEPOS.-Cornellii Nepotis Vitæ Illustrium Imperatorum ad Fidem Optimorum Codicum Castigatæ. With Notes by the Rev. George B. Wheeler. 12mo. pp. 156, cloth, 1s. 6d. (Tegg).. [vide Adv. 891]..... ... [3918

OWEN (Ashford)-A Lost Love. New edit. 12mo. pp. 243, sewed, 1s. (Smith & Elder's Shilling Series) (Smith & E.).. [vide Adv. 827]....... .... [3949 PARKER (Joseph) Church Questions: Historical and Moral Reviews. New edit. post 8vo. pp. 320, cloth, 6s. (Snow) ..[3950 PENNELL (H. C.)-Spinning Tackle; What it is, and What it ought to be. 2nd edit. enlarged, 12mo. pp. 32, boards, 1s. (Harrison)


PENNY POST. Vol. 12. 8vo. cl. 1s. 8d. (J. H.'Parker)[3952
PLEASANT HOURS: a Monthly Journal of Home Read-
ing and Sunday Teaching. Vol. 2, 1862. Royal 8vo.
cloth, 18. 8d. (National Society)
POPULAR LECTURER. Vol. 7. 12mo. (Manchester,
Heywood) pp. 383, cloth, 2s. 6d. (Pitman).......... [3954
PROBLEMS in HUMAN NATURE. By the Author of
"Morning Clouds." Post 8vo. pp. 160, cloth, 5s. (Long-
man) (vide Adv. 904]..
.. [3955

Three Essays on the Source of Vanity, the Decline of
Sentiment, and Disappointment in the Religious

REGULATIONS for the INSTRUCTION, FORMATION, and MOVEMENTS of the CAVALRY. Revised and corrected to Nov. 1862. 12mo. cl. 3s. (Parker & S.)[3956 ROBERTSON (Rev. Frederick)-Analysis of Mr. Tennyson's "In Memoriam." 12mo. cl. 28. (Smith & E.) [vide Adv. 826] .3957

Marginal notes made by the author upon a copy of "In Memoriam." E chnote forms kind of gloss upon one of the 130 sections of the poem, or a series of headings summing up the meani g of each, and is numbered to correspond.


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