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TINTED LITHOGRAPHY, from a drawing made by him during the ceremony, a faithful representation in the highest style of Art of the STATE OPENING of the GREAT EXHIBITION of all NATIONS BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.
THE NEW TESTAMENT in GREEK;
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REV. HENRY BLUNT'S WORKS.
POSTHUMOUS SERMONS. By the
Also, by the same Author,
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TOWARD on the LOSS of TEETH, and on A NEW METHOD of FASTENING LOOSE TEETH.-A very curious invention connected with Dental Surgery, has been introduced by Mr. Howard, consisting of an entirely new description of Artificial Teeth, fixed by SELF-ADHESION, without springs, wires, or ligatures. They will never change colour, or decay. This method does not re
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Lately published, Vols. I. and II. in 8vo. price 28s. cloth.
"It supplies what was much wanted, a regular and progressive account of English legal institutions. The result is a correction of many errors, an addition of much legal history than any other jurist, historian, or biographer, new information, and a better general view of our strictly had heretofore attempted to give."-EXAMINER.
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IMPORTANT WORKS FOR THE YOUNG,
BY THOMAS VARTY, EDUCATIONAL DEPOSITORY, 31, STRAND.
PRECEPTIVE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE BIBLE.
A SERIES OF FIFTY-TWO NEW COLOURED PRINTS TO AID SCRIPTURAL INSTRUCTION. SELECTED, IN PART, BY THE AUTHOR OF "LESSONS ON OBJECTS."
From Original Designs, by S. BENDIXEN, Artist, made expressly for this work.
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"Well adapted to assist in conveying to the mind, at a tender age, scriptural truths and precepts through the medium of sight. This work is far superior to anything of the kind ever attempted in Bible illustration."
CHRONOLOGICAL PICTURES OF ENGLISH HISTORY.
FROM THE ANCIENT BRITONS TO QUEEN VICTORIA.
In Eight Parts. Every Part contains Five Plates, with Facsimiles of the Autographs of the Sovereigns and most distinguished Characters, accompanied with Tabular Sheets of Letterpress, carefully compiled. **Each Plate illustrates a Reign. "This work makes us aware that artistic talent of no ordinary kind is engaged."
"One of the best helps to the study of English history
we have seen."
To present accurate drawings and pleasing pictures is not the only nor primary object of this work, but rather to impart lessons of practical importance and daily application in an attractive form, and to open up a subject which, judiciously applied, is calculated to prove to the young a most interesting and instructive study. The design is to
"No work that has hitherto appeared to aid the study of British History can compare with it."
is sure to secure success."
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In One Volume, folio, exhibiting nearly Sixty Animals, in upwards of 200 coloured Illustrations,
VARTY'S GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATIONS OF ANIMALS.
SHOWING THEIR UTILITY TO MAN, IN THEIR SERVICES DURING LIFE AND USES AFTER DEATH.
The size of the Prints is 15 inches by 12. Single Prints, 1s. 6d.
This work is eminently calculated to facilitate elementary instruction in Natural History. In the absence of living animals, correct representations of their forms and comparative sizes must be considered a desirable attainment. This object is effected in the present publication, which furnishes a most correct, simple, and attractive method of cultivating the study of the Animal Kingdom. Its peculiar features are, that the Animals are drawn from
show the Utility of Animals to Man, both in their services during life and in their uses after death; and to deduce results calculated to excite interest and admiration, and evince the Wisdom and Goodness of God in the subsistence, comfort, and social advancement of his creature MAN.
SELECT SERIES OF DOMESTIC AND WILD ANIMALS.
In Thirty-six carefully coloured Plates. Size, 12 inches by 9. Price £1. 4s.
The selection of Animals has been limited to those which are most known and best adapted to elicit inquiryfrom the young, and afford scope for instruction and application. The set of Outlines for Drawing, 98.
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM AT ONE VIEW,
Clearly exhibiting the relative Sizes of Animals to Man, and their comparative Sizes with each other.
nature on a scale laid down on each print-MAN being given as the standard of measurement; by which means not only the true comparative size of each animal is shown, and the natural size correctly ascertained, but the erroneous impressions which children are so apt to receive from representations of animal life, in which no comparative standard is preserved, are entirely removed.
On Four Imperial Sheets, 30 inches by 22, in Sheets beautifully coloured, with a KEY, £1. 5s. 6d.
A detailed Catalogue of these Works and Apparatus may be had on application. THOMAS VARTY, EDUCATIONAL DEPOSITORY, YORK HOUSE, 31, STRAND, LONDON.
ENCYCLOPÆDIAS AND DICTIONARIES,
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AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RURAL SPORTS;
Or, a complete Account, Historical, Practical, and Descriptive, of Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Racing, and other
A DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ART; Comprising the History, Description, and Scientific Principles of every Branch of Human Knowledge: with the Derivation and Definition of all the Terms in General Use. Edited by W. T. BRANDE, F.R.S.L. & E.; assisted by Dr. J. CAUVIN. 8vo. with Wood Engravings. [New Edition in the press.
A DICTIONARY OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE;
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To be completed in One more Volume.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL ENGINEERING;
Historical, Theoretical, and Practical. By EDWARD CRESY, F.S.A. C.E. Illustrated by upwards of 3,000 Engravings on Wood, explanatory of the Principles, Machinery, and Constructions which come under the direction of the Civil Engineer. One very large Volume, Svo. 31. 13s. 6d.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCHITECTURE;
Historical, Theoretical, and Practical. By JOSEPH GWILT, Esq. F.S.A. Illustrated with upwards of 1,000 Engravings on Wood, from Designs by J. S. GwILT. 8vo. 27. 128. Gd.
THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPÆDIA, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs ;
embracing all the recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry: adapted to the comprehension of unscientific readers. By CUTHBERT W. JOHNSON, Esq. F.R.S. Barrister-at-Law; Editor of the "Farmer's Almanack," &c. 8vo. with numerous Wood Engravings, 27. 108.
A NEW DICTIONARY OF GEOGRAPHY, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical; forming a complete General Gazetteer of the World. BY ALEXANDER KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.S.E.F.R.G.S. F.G.S.; Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty; Author of "The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena." In One thick Volume, of 1,440 pages, comprising nearly 50,000 Names of Places. 8vo. 36s.; half-russia, 63s.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PLANTS;
including all the Plants which are now found in, or have been introduced into, Great Britain: giving their Natural History, accompanied by such Descriptions, engraved Figures, and elementar y details, as may enable a beginner, who is a mere English Reader, to discover the Name of every Plant which he may find in flower, and acquire all the Information respecting it which is useful and interesting. By J. C. LOUDON. The Specific Characters by an Eminent Botanist; the Drawings by J. D. C. SowERBY. New Edition, with Supplemer. t and new General Index. 8vo. with nearly 10,000 Wood Engravings, 37. 138. Gd.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GARDENING;
presenting, in one systematic view, the History and Present State of Gardening in all Countries, and its Theory and Practice in Great Britain: with the Management of the Kitchen Garden, the Flower Garden, Laying-out Grounds, &c. By J. C. LOUDON. New Edition (1850), improved and corrected to the present time by Mrs. LOUDON. 8vo. with 1,000 Engravings on Wood, 27. 10s.
*** The present New Edition is also in course of publication in Ten Monthly Parts, 5s. each.
ENCYCLOPÆDIAS and DICTIONARIES-continued.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AGRICULTURE;
comprising the Theory and Practice of the Valuation, Transfer, Laying-out, Improvement, and Management of Landed Prperty, and of the Cultivation and Economy of the Animal and Vegetable Productions of Agriculture: including all the latest Improvements, a general History of Agriculture in all Countries, a Statistical View of its Present State, with Suggestions for its Future Progress in the British Isles: and Supplement, bringing down the work to the year 1844. By J. C. LOUDON. New Edition. 8vo. with upwards of 1,100 Engravings on Wood, 21. 108.
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TREES AND SHRUBS;
being the "Arboretum et Fructicetum Britannicum" abridged: containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Great Britain, Native and Foreign, scientifically and popularly described; with their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts, and with Engravings of nearly all the Species. Adapted for the use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters. By J. C. LOUDON. 8vo. with 2,000 Engravings on Wood, 21. 108.
AN ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF COTTAGE, FARM, AND VILLA ARCHITECTURE AND FURNITURE; containing numerous Designs, from the Villa to the Cottage and the Farm, including Farm Houses, Farmeries, and other Agricultural Buildings; Country Inns, Public Houses, and Parochial Schools; with the requisite Fittings-up, Fixtures, and Furniture, and appropriate Offices, Gardens, and Garden Scenery : each Design accompanied by Analytical and Critical Remarks. By J. C. LOUDON. New Edition, edited by Mrs. LOUDON. 8vo. with more than 2,000 Engravings on Wood, 31. 38.
A DICTIONARY, PRACTICAL, THEORETICAL, AND HISTORICAL, OF COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL NAVIGATION. Illustrated with Maps and Plans. By J. R. M'CULLOCH, Esq. New Edition (1850), corrected, enlarged, and improved; with a Supplement. 8vo. 27. 10s. cloth; or 21. 158. half-bound in russia.
The Supplement to the last edition, published in 1849, may be had separately, price 4s. 6d.
A DICTIONARY, GEOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, AND HISTORICAL, of the various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the WORLD. By J. R. M'CULLOCH, Esq. New Edition (1850-1851); corrected and in part re-written: with a Supplement. In Two thick and closely-printed Volumes, 8vo. with Six large Maps, price 63s.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GEOGRAPHY;
Comprising a complete Description of the Earth: exhibiting its relation to the Heavenly Bodies, its Physical Structure, the Natural History of each Country, and the Industry, Commerce, Political Institutions, and Civil and Social State of All Nations. By HUGH MURRAY, F.R.S.E.; assisted by other Writers of eminence. New Edition. 8vo. with 82 Maps, and upwards of 1,000 other Woodcuts, 37.
DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES, AND MINES;
Containing a clear Exposition of their Principles and Practice. BY ANDREW URE, M.D. F.R.S. M.G.S. M.A.S. Lond.; M. Acad. N.L. Philad.; S. Ph. Soc. N. Germ. Hanov.; Mulii. &c. &c. New Edition, corrected. 8vo. with 1,241 Engravings on Wood, 27. 10s.
SUPPLEMENT of RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. New Edition. 8vo. with Woodcuts, 148.
AN ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY;
Comprising such Subjects as are most immediately connected with Housekeeping: as, the Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the Modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting them; a Description of the various Articles of Furniture, with the Nature of their Materials; Duties of Servants, &c. By THOMAS WEBSTER, F.G.S.; assisted by the late Mrs. PARKES. New Edition. 8vo. with nearly 1,000 Woodcuts, 27. 108.
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