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BY JOHN HENRY

PARKER,

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OXFORD; AND 377, STRAND, LONDON.

LYRA INNOCENTIUM: THOUGHTS, in VERSE, on CHRISTIAN CHILDREN, their WAYS, and their PRIVILEGES. By the Author of "The Christian Year." Fifth and Cheaper Edition. Price, in cloth, Is. 6d. ; or neatly bound, with gilt edges, 2s.

THE CHRISTIAN YEAR. A Cheaper Edition of this Work is now ready. Price, in cloth, 1s. 6d.; or neatly bound, with gilt edges, 2s.

** It may also be had in various other sizes and prices from 3s. 6d. upwards. THE CHURCH of ENGLAND LEAVES her CHILDREN FREE to whom to open their GRIEFS. A Letter to the Rev. W. U. Richards, Minister of Margaret Chapel. By the Rev. E. B. Pussy, D.D. 8vo. 5s.

Also, by the same,

Price 3s.

A POSTSCRIPT in VINDICATION of the above.
Letter" and " Postscript" may also be had bound In One Volume, price 8s. 6d.

A GLOSSARY of TERMS used in GRECIAN, ROMAN, ITALIAN, and GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. Exemplified by upwards of Eighteen Hundred Illustrations, drawn from the Best Examples. Fifth Edition. 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, gilt tops, £2. 8s.

THE CALENDAR of the ANGLICAN CHURCH ILLUSTRATED: to which is added,

some Account of the Saints after whom Churches are named in England, with the Emblems by which they are distinguished. Fep. Svo. with numerous Woodcuts.-Just ready. KENNETH; or, the REAR GUARD of the GRAND ARMY. Kings of England." Fep. Svo. 5s.

By the Author of "The

SPECULATION: A Tale. Fcp 8vo. 5s.

THE SEVEN DAYS; or, the OLD and NEW CREATION.
Cathedral." Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. ; morocco, 14s.

By the Author of "The

THE DANGER of RICHES. SEEK GOD FIRST and YE SHALL HAVE ALL. Two Sermons preached in the Parish Church of St. James's, Bristol, by the Rev. E. B. PUSEY, D.D. Published by Request. 8vo. 1s. 6d.

THE HISTORY of POPISH TRANSUBSTANTIATION.

By JOHN COSIN, D.D. Lord Bishop of Durham. A new Edition, revised, with the Authorities printed in full length; to which is added, a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. J. BREWER, M.A., of Queen's College Oxford; and Classical Tutor in King's College, London. Fep. 8vo. 5s.

SERMONS chiefly on the RESPONSIBILITIES of the MINISTERIAL OFFICE. By the Rev. E. MONRO. 8vo. 7s.

THE GARDEN of LIFE: An Allegory. By the Rev. JoHN G. MACLEOD, B.A. Curate of St. Peter's, Derby. Price 1s.

HYMNI ECCLESIE BREVIARIIS quibusdam et MISSALIBUS GALLICANIS, GERMANICIS, HISPANIS desumpti. Collegit et recensuit JOANNES M. NEALE, A.M., Collegii Sackvillensis custos.-In the press.

DAILY STEPS towards HEAVEN. A small Pocket Volume, containing a few Practical Thoughts on the Gospel History, with Texts for every Day in the Year, commencing with Advent. A new Edition, cicth, 2s. 6d.; bound 4s.

HYMNALE secundum USUM INSIGNIS ac PRÆCLARÆ ECCLESIÆ SARISBURIENSIS Accedunt Hymni quidam secundum usus Matris Ecclesiæ Eboracensis et insignis Ecclesiæ Herford. 18mo. cloth, 3s. 6d.

FIVE SERMONS on the PRINCIPLES of FAITH and CHURCH AUTHORITY.

By

the Rev. C. MARRIOTT, B.D., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; and Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin, in Oxford. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

WHITTAKER'S CLERGYMAN'S DIARY and ECCLESIASTICAL CALENDAR for 1851 containing a Diary, with the Lessons, Collects, and Directions for Public Worship; with blank Spaces for Memoranda for Every Day in the Year, the Sundays and other Holidays being printed in red. Price, in cloth, 3s.; or with a tuck, as a Pocket-Book, roan, 5s. ; or in morocco, 6s. 6d.

THE FAMILY ALMANACK and EDUCATIONAL REGISTER for the Year of Our Lord 1851 containing, in addition to the usual Contents of an Almanack, a List of the Foundation and Grammar Schools in England and Wales; together with an Account of the Scholarships and Exhibitions a tached to them.

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Works in the Press.

NEW WORKS NEARLY READY FOR PUBLICATION.

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On the 15th instant, in 3 vols.

LONDON: LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.

WARKWORTH

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MR. NEWBY'S NEW WORKS.

II.

In 3 vols. on the 30th,

CASTLE:

Also, now ready,

In 3 vols.

An Historical Romance.

With Introductory Preface, by the late Miss JANE PORTER, Author of "The Scottish Chiefs," &c.

II.

This day, in 3 vols.
BERTHA:

MASTERS AND

WORKMEN:

A Tale illustrative of the Moral and Social Condition of the People.

By Lord

"Ay, verily, it will be a comely sight in England, when men shall go on as in a better world, bearing with each other's infirmities, joining in each other's comforts."-Sir Walter Scott, Woodstock.

HENRY SMEATON:

A Jacobite Romance of the Days of George the First.

By G. P. R. JAMES, Esq. Author of "The Gipsy," "The Woodman," &c.

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A Romance of the Dark Ages.

By W. B. MACCABE, Author of "A Catholic History of England."

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PROTESTANT LIBRARY.

JOH

OHNSTON & HUNTER beg to intimate that, in connection with their "STANDARD LIBRARY of BRITISH DIVINES," it is their intention shortly to commence the issue of a SERIES of VOLUMES containing the chief TREATISES on the ROMISH CONTROVERSY which adorn the THEOLOGICAL LITERATURE of ENGLAND.

Farther particulars with the next Issue-four Volumes-of the WORKS of Dr. JOHN OWEN, which are going rapidly through the press.

The New Edition of Vol. I. is now ready; but in order to save the cost of carriage to distant Subscribers, it will not be forwarded till the other Volumes for the year are ready, when the whole will be enclosed in one parcel. The whole of the first year's Issue (five Volumes) will, it is expected, be ready by the end of February. If any Subscriber should prefer having the First Volume singly and immediately, he has but to intimate his wish to the Publishers, from whom it will receive every attention.

Edinburgh: 15, Princes Street, 13th December, 1850.

DARTON'S HOLIDAY LIBRARY.

A

series of Shilling Volumes for the Young, by approved Authors.

Nos.

1. MARY LEESON. By MARY HOWITT. II. lustrated by John Absolon.

2. TAKE CARE OF No. 1, or, Good to Me in

Icludes Good to Thee. By S. E. GOODRICH, Esq. (the Original Peter Parley). Illustrated by Gilbert.

3. HOW TO SPEND A WEEK HAPPILY.

By Mrs. BURBURY. With Illustrations.

11. THE BOOK OF RIDDLES, &c. To be followed by others.

MIN ; and VICTORINE DUROCHER.
By Mrs. SHERWOOD. With Illustrations.

6. PAULINE. A Tale from the German. With
Illustrations.

7. HOUSEHOLD STORIES. With Illustrations.

8 and 9. IN-DOOR AND OUT-DOOR SPORTS. RI

10. STORIES OF ENTERPRISE AND ADVENTURE; or, an Excitement to Reading. II. lustrated with Wood Engravings from designs by Absolon.

SCHOOL an en

tirely New Series of Elementary Works adapted for Schools, Families, and Pupil Teachers, edited by the Rev. B. G. JOHNS, Head Master of the Grammar School, Dulwich College.

THE ELEMENTS of GEOGRAPHY, on a New Plan, and

THE HISTORY of ENGLAND,-being the First Two Volumes of the Series, 18mo. price 1s. each, in cloth.

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4. POEMS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. By ADELAIDE," one of the amiable Authoresses of " Original Poems." With Illustrations.

ONDON CRIES and PUBLIC

5. THE YOUNG LORD. BY CAMILLA TOUL LON EDIFICES; illustrated in Twenty-four En

gravings. By LUKE LIMNER. With Descriptive Letterpress. Square 12mo. in emblematic cover, 2s. 6d.; or tinted Plates, bound in cloth, 5s.

The great success of " Darton's Holiday Library," has suggested to the Proprietors the publication of a

Series of School Books., of a similar form and price,

to appear at successive intervals, under the above title.

Shortly will be published,
FIRST READING BOOK for JUNIOR
CLASSES, and

The POETICAL SCHOOLBOOK for JUNIOR CLASSES,-forming the Third and Fourth Volumes of the "School Library."

Darton and Co., 58, Holborn Hill. (26)

NEW WORKS FOR THE YOUNG.

TALES from CAT-LAND: written for Young

By an OLD TABBY. With Four Illustrations by H. WEIR. Small 4to. 2s. 6d. plain; 3s. 6d. coloured.

PETER the WHALER; his Early Life and
Adventures in the Arctic Regions. By W. H. G.
KINGSTON. Fcp. 8vo. with Illustrations, 6s. cloth.
ADVENTURES in AUSTRALIA; or, the

Wanderings of Captain Spencer in the Bush and
the Wiids. By Mrs. R. LEE, Author of "The
African Wonders." With Illustrations by J. S.
PROUT. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

FAVOURITE LIBRARY.

IGHT and WRONG; or, the History of Rosa and Agnes. By the Author of "Always Happy." 1s. (Vol. 10.)

Grant and Griffith, St. Paul's Church Yard. (27)

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BOOKS FOR PRESENTS, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS.

The Angels' Song:

A Christmas Token.
Tayler. 5s.

The Whaleman's Adventures:

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By the Rev. Charles B.

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ILLUSTRATED BOOKS FOR PRESENTS.

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5.

HABLOT BROWNE'S CHRISTMAS BOOK.

MR. DOYLE'S NEW CHRISTMAS BOOK.

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PICTURES: Sixteen Scenes of THE STORY of JACK and the GIANTS. Domestic Life. Drawn and etched by HABLOT With Thirty-five Illustrations by RICHARD K. BROWNE. Beautifully printed, with Tint, and DOYLE. Engraved by G. and E. DALZIEL. Small handsomely bound in cloth, with gilt edges, 12s.; 4to. ornamental wrapper, 2s. 6d.; cloth, 3s. 6d. ; coloured edition, 21s. coloured, gilt edges, 6s. 2.

MISS MACERONI'S CHRISTMAS TALE.
a Tale for Christmas
By EMILIE MACERONI. With Four
Illustrations, by EDWARD H. WEHNERT, Esq.
Fcp. 8vo. 2s. cloth; coloured Plates, 2s. 6d.

MAGIC WORDS:

3.

ANIMALS. From the Sketch-book of MER

HARRISON WEIR. Twenty-four Drawings, engraved in the first style, and printed with Tint. Oblong 4to. 7s. 6d. cloth; or coloured, in fac-simile of the Artist's original Drawings, 31s. 6d. gilt edges.

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TREASURY of PLEASURE BOOKS for YOUNG and OLD. A New Series. With Thirty-six Illustrations. By EDWARD H. WEHNERT and HARRISON WEIR. Small 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. ; coloured, gilt edges, 6s.

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TERRY TALES for LITTLE FOLK:
Forty Favourite Fairy Tales. Edited by
Madame DE CHATELAIN. With more than Two
Hundred Pictures by first-rate Artists. 16mo. 3s. 6d.

cloth; or 4s. 6d. elegantly gilt.

8.

PLEASURES of the COUNTRY. By Mrs. by JOHN GILBERT. 4to. 3s. 6d. cloth; 6s. coloured, HARRIET MYRTLE. With Eight Illustrations

CUNDALL AND ADDEY, 21, OLD BOND STREET.

MURRAY'S ONE-VOLUME EDITIONS.

9.

ILLUSTRATED ENGLISH CLASSICS.

Profusely embellished by eminent Artists.

THE

HE POETICAL WORKS of OLIVER GOLDSMITH. Illustrated by JOHN ABSOLON, JAMES GODWIN, HARRISON WEIR, and BIRKET FOSTER. Square fcp. 8vo. cloth, price 2s. 6d. ; morocco gilt, 5s.; or bound in the best style by Hayday, 10s. 6d.

To be followed by

The Vicar of Wakefield, Gray's Poetical Works,
Cowper's Poetical Works, Thomson's Seasons,
And other Popular Works.

THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED,

New and Cheaper Editions of the following Standard Authors,
Each complete in One Volume.

IV.

BOSWELL'S LIFE OF JOHNSON.

Edited by Mr. CROKER.

Most thoroughly revised, and corrected by the Editor, in 1848, with much additional Matter.
Portraits. Royal 8vo. 15s.

11.

BYRON'S POETICAL WORKS.

Collected and arranged with all the Notes and Illustrations. Copyright Edition.
Portrait and Vignette. Royal Svo. 12s.

III.

CRABBE'S LIFE AND POEMS.

Collected and arranged with all the Notes and Illustrations. Copyright Edition.
Portrait and Vignette. Royal 8vo. 10s. 6d.

BYRON'S LIFE AND LETTERS.

Collected and arranged with all the Notes and Illustrations. Portraits.
Royal Svo. 12s.

V.

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CAMPBELL'S BRITISH POETS.

With Biographical and Critical Notices, and an Essay on English Poetry. Portrait and Vignette.
Royal 8vo. 15s.

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

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NOTICE. THE NEW PEERAGE FOR 1851.

MR. DOD'S PEERAGE, &c.

MR. LODGE's PEERAGE and BARONET. PEERAGE, BARONETAGE, KNIGHT

By

AGE for 1851, corrected throughout by the Nobility, under the Royal Patronage, is now pub. lished, and may be had of the Booksellers in Town and Country. It may also be sent through the Post to any part of the kingdom. Saunders and Otley, Public Library, Conduit Street. (31)

&c., for 1851 (Eleventh CHARLES R. DOD, Esq., Author of "The Parlia mentary Companion," &c. New edition, for 1851; thoroughly revised, with many new articles, and important additions. Foolscap Svo. handsomely bound in cloth, gilt, 10s. 6d.

Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria-Lane. (33) CHARLES KNIGHT'S CABINET EDITION OF THE

WORKS of WILLIAM SHAKSPERE.

Vol. 1, 1s. 6d. in fancy boards.

THE PICTORIAL FAMILY BIBLE; illustrated with above Eight Hundred Engrav.

ings on Wood: comprising-the Great Events, from Pictures by celebrated Masters; the Prophets and Patriarchs, from the Frescoes of Michael Angelo; Scenes described in Holy Writ, from Original Drawings; Jewish Ceremonies and Costume, after Picart; Illustrative Evidence, from the Egyptian Monuments and Etruscan Tombs. With a variety of other subjects, from Coins, Medals, Inscriptions, and numerous Antiquities of the World. To which are added, copious Original Notes. By JOHN KITTO, D.D. No. 1, price 3d.; and in 30 Monthly Parts, at ls.

**To be completed in 120 Numbers, each containing 20 pages demy quarto.

Wm. S. Orr and Co., Amen Corner. (32)

This new issue of KNIGHT'S CABINET SHAKSPERE

is

beautifully printed on fine paper, the Title-pages adorned by copies of the various Portraits of Shakspere, and each Play embellished by an elegant illustrative Engraving.

THE BUTLER's and YACHT STEWARD's
MANUAL: with some Receipts for new and
celebrated Beverages. Intended as a Companion to
Soyer's Gastronomic Regenerator. 2d Edition.
London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.
Liverpool: Wareing Webb.

1s.

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KUGLER'S HISTORY OF PAINTING.

This day is published, Second Edition, thoroughly revised, and illustrated.
2 vols. post 8vo. price 24s.

THE

To be completed in Twelve Monthly Volumes.
Wm. S. Orr and Co., Amen Corner. (34)

SCHOOLS OF PAINTING IN ITALY.

FROM THE AGE OF CONSTANTINE THE GREAT TO THE PRESENT TIME.

TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN.

By a LADY.

Edited, with Notes, by Sir CHARLES L. EASTLAKE, P.R.A.

With upwards of One Hundred Illustrations, from the Works of the Old Masters:
Drawn on Wood by GEORGE SCHARF, Jun.; engraved by THOMPSON and WILLIAMS.

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

MURRAY'S CHOICE EDITIONS.

1.

Fourth Edition, with Woodcuts, fcp. 8vo. 6s.

SALMONIA; OR, DAYS OF FLY-FISHING.

By the late Sir HUMPHRY DAVY, Bart.

II.

Fifth Edition, with Woodcuts, fcp. 8vo. 6s.

CONSOLATIONS IN TRAVEL;

Or, THE LAST DAYS OF A PHILOSOPHER. By Sir HUMPHRY DAVY, Bart.

III.

Third Edition, with Portrait, fep. 8vo. 6s.

SPECIMENS OF THE

TABLE-TALK OF THE LATE SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE.

IV.

Twenty-second Edition, with Portraits, fcp. Svo. 5s.

REJECTED ADDRESSES.

By JAMES and HORACE SMITH. With Biographical Memoir, and additional Notes.

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

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