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(Vide Adv. 703.) ARROWSMITH (J.)-The Paper-Hanger's and Upholsterer's Guide: a Treatise on Paper-Hanging and Upholstery, in which the Practical Operations of the two Branches of the Trade are systematically laid down. By James Arrowsmith. 12mo. 25... [4295
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ACTS of the Diocesan Synod held in the Catholic Church | BUCKINGHAM (J. S.)-Temperance and Peace: an Earof Exeter. 8vo. pp. 124, sewed, 2s. 6d.......... ...... [4289 ADVENTURES (The) of Signor Gandentio di Lucca: being the substance of his Examination before the Fathers of the Inquisition, at Bologna, in Italy. 12mo. pp. 306, cloth, 2s. 6d.. .[4290
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The Child's Economic Instructor. 19th edition, Part 2 (Edinburgh), 18mo. sewed, reduced to 3d...[4302 CHRISTIAN DUTIES as essentially conducive to Progress in the Spiritual Life. New edition, 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, 3s. 6d.... .[+303 COCKERELL (C. R.)-Iconography of the West Front of Wells Cathedral: with an Appendix on the Sculptures of other Medieval Churches in England. By Charles Robt. Cockerell. 4to. cloth, 21s.... [1301 COFFIN (A. I.)-Medical Botany: a Course of Lectures delivered at Sussex Hall during 1850. By A. I. Coffin, M.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 236, cloth, 3s. ..[4305 COMICAL Creatures from Wurtumberg, including the History of Reynard the Fox. With Illustrations, square, cloth, 3s. 6d. plain; coloured, 6s....... ..[4306 (Vide Adv. 646.)
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DU SUE.-The French Translator, adapted to the 4th Edition of the Author's Grammar. By Prof. Du Sue. 12mo. (Dublin), pp. 116, cloth, 2s. . [4311 ELLIOTT (E. B.)-Hora Apocalyptica; or, a Commentary on the Apocalypse, Critical and Historical. By E. B. Elliot. 4th edition, 4 vols. 8vo. pp. 2,400, cl. £2. 14s.[4312 (Vide Adv. 277.)
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HUTTON (C.)-Ruled Paper Books to Book-keeping. Single Entry, Books 1 and 2, folio (Edinburgh), sewed, 2s.; Double Entry, Books 1 and 2, sewed, 2s. . [4328 IGABUS; or, the Last of the Druids: an Historical Poem. By Esther Le Hardy. 12mo. cloth, 5s....... . [4329 JASPER LYLE: a Tale of Kaffir Land. By Mrs. Ward. Vol. 1, pp. 220, boards, 1s.; cloth, 1s. 6d........... ..[4330 (Railway Library.) KATE CONNOR; or, a Text for all Things: written in Simple Language, and intended for Distribution among the Irish Peasantry. By Sidney O'Moore. 2d edition, 18mo. (Dublin), pp. 36, sewed, 4d. ....(4331 KIMBAR (T.)-Construction of Vauban's First System; consisting of Drawings as executed at Sandhurst and Addiscombe: with Instructions giving the dimensions of every Line and Angle, and Remarks on Plan Drawing, Shadowing, and Colouring. By Thomas Kumber, B.A. 8vo. pp. 34, cloth, 5s.... . [4332 LAMARTINE (A.) The History of the Restorations of the Monarchy in France. By Alphonse De Lamartine. Vol. 1, post 8vo. pp. 530, cloth, 5s. ..[4333 (Vide Adv. 548.)
LATROBE (C. E.)-Letters to my Children, written at Sea during a Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, in 1815. Edited by J. A. Latrobe. 12mo. pp. 90, cl. 2s. 6d.. [4334 (Vide Adv. 568.)
LETTER to Sir E. B. Lytton, Bart. commenting upon the Policy advocated in his Letters to John Bull, Esq. By W. Bull. 8vo. pp. 24, sewed, 6d............ ...[4335 LEWIS (L.) International Code of Commerce: a Lecture. By L. Lewis. 8vo. (Edinburgh), sewed, 6d.... . . . . [4336 LONDON (The) Catalogue of Books Published in Great Britain, with their Sizes, Publishers' Names, &c. New Edition (from 1816 to 1851.) 1 thick vol. medium 8vo. pp. 644, cloth, 30s...... .....[4337 LYONS (J.)-An Act further to facilitate the Sale of Encumberet Estates in Ireland, 12 and 13 Vict. 12mo. (Dublin), reduced to 2s. 6d. cloth.... ..[4338 MACGILLIVRAY'S (W.) British Land Birds. 3 vols. Svo. cloth, reduced to 188. ... ...[4339 MADDOCK (A. B.)-Cases of Pulmonary Consumption. By A. B. Maddock. 8vo. cloth, advanced to 2s. 6d.[4340 MARTIN (Lieut. T.)—Guide to the Military Examination, containing every thing relating to the interior Economy of a Company, and how to keep its Accounts, according to the late Horse Guards' Circular. By Lieut. T. Martin. 12mo. pp. 88, cloth, 4s. 6d..... ..[4341 MARTIN (W.)-Intellectual Expositor and Vocabulary; containing Tables of Prefixes, Affixes, &c. By William Martin. 12mo. pp. 120, cloth, 1s. 6d.. .[4342
M'CULLOCH.-Key to M'Culloch's Course of Reading, 12mo. 1s. cloth, sewed; bound, 1s. 6d. ........ . (4346 MILNER (J. W.)-The Design of God traced in the Great Exhibition, and our Duty as Christians in reference to it. By the Rev. J. W. Milner. 12mo. pp. 106, cloth, .[4347 By T.
MORRIS (T.)-Recollections of Military Service. Morris. 4th edition, 18mo. cloth, 2s. 6d........... [4348 MOSCHZISKER (F. A.)—A Guide to the German Language. A Manual for the Acquirement of a Grammatical and Correct Knowledge of German. By Franz Adolf Moschzisker. 12mo. pp. 160, cloth, 7s...... . [4349 MURRAY's Handbook of Modern London, or London as it is. 12mo. pp. 306, cloth, 58.............. · [4350
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NUNN (T.)-Posthumous Letters on Christian Experi ence to a Friend. By Thomas Nunn. 12mo. (Sleaford), pp. 140, sd. 18.; cloth, 1s. 6d. · [4351 O'DONOVAN (Jno.)-Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland. By the Four Masters. 1st Division. 2 vols. (Dublin), 4to. cloth, .[4352 PAROCHIAL PAPERS. Edited by the Rev. John Armistead. Vol. 1, 12mo. pp. 464, cloth, 7s... . . . ...[4353 PETRARCH.-Odes. Translated into English Verse, by Capt. R. G. Macgregor. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 238, cloth, [4354 PICTURESQUE GUIDE to the Lakes of Killarney, with Views. 8vo. (Dublin), sd. 3s. 6d. .[4355 POPULAR LIBRARY.-Shakespeare's (W.) Dramatic Works. By W. Hazlitt. Vol. 3, Part 2, 12mo. sd. Is.; cloth, 18. 6d. .[4356 PRENTICE (A.)-Historical Sketches and Personal RecolBy A. Prentice. 2d edition, [4357 RAIKE (H.)-A Popular Sketch of the Origin and Deve lopment of the English Constitution, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By Henry Raike. Vol. 1, to the Accession of James the First. 8vo. pp. 336, cloth, . [4358
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