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Page 6 - HERVEY.— The Genealogies of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, as contained in the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke, reconciled with each other and with the Genealogy of the House of David, from Adam to the close of the Canon of the Old Testament, and shown to be in harmony with the true Chronology of the Times.
Page 8 - M'COY.— Contributions to British Palaeontology; or, First Descriptions of several hundred Fossil Radiata, Articulata, Mollusca, and Pisces, from the Tertiary, Cretaceous, Oolitic, and Palaeozoic Strata of Great Britain. With numerous Woodcuts. 8vo. cloth, 9s. *#* This forms a complete Series of the Author's Papers from the
Page 8 - FREDERICK M°CoY, FGS, Hon. FCPS, Professor of the Natural Sciences in the University of Melbourne ; formerly Professor of Geology and Mineralogy in the Queen's University in Ireland; author of "Characters of the Carboniferous Limestone Fossils of Ireland ;" " Synopsis of the Silurian Fossils of Ireland ;" " Contributions to British Palaeontology,
Page 3 - Demosthenes de Corona. The Greek Text, with English Notes. By BERNARD DRAKE, MA Fellow of King's Coll.
Page 4 - Law," in which a comparison is occasionally made between the Roman Laws and those of England, by Samuel Hallifax, late Lord Bishop of St.