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HOLE (G.)-Preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Exeter, June 25, 1851, on the Occasion of the Diocesan Synod. By the Rev. George Hole. 8vo. pp. [4560 24, sewed, Is. WORDSWORTH (C.)-On the Great Exhibition of 1851. Nos. 17 and 18 of occasional Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey. By Charles Wordsworth, D.D. ..[4561 8vo. pp. 38, sewed, 28. By William Hazlitt. SHAKSPEARE (W.)-The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare. A New Edition. .[+562 Vol. 3, 12mo. 2s. 6d. Vol. 8 (Knight's Cabinet . [4563 SHAKSPERE (W.) Works. Edition), 18mo. pp. 364, cloth, 1s. 6d... SHIER (J.)-Directions for Testing Cane Juice, so as to Determine the Exact Quantity of Quick Lime required to Temper a given Quantity of Cane Juice. By John Shier. . [456+ Post 8vo. pp. 80, cloth, 3s.
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(Vide Adv. 698.) PARLEY (P.)—The Birth Day. By Peter Parley. Square [4534 16mo. cloth, 2s. 6d...... PASCAL (B.)-The Provincial Letters of Blaise Pascal. A New Translation: with Life of the Author. 12mo. .....[4535 pp. 300, sewed, 1s. 6d.; cloth, 2s...... PATHS on the Hill of Life. 18mo. reduced to 1s. cl.[4536 PATHWAY (The): a Religious Magazine. Vol. 1, crown ..[4537 8vo. cloth, 2s. 3d. PEARCE (R. R.)-The New Law of Indictments; comprising Lord Campbell's Administration of Criminal Justice Improvement Act, &c.: with introductory Observations on the Law of Criminal Pleading, and Practical Notes and Forms adapted to these Statutes. By [4538 R. R. Pearce, Esq. 8vo. sewed, 3s. 6d....... PEARSON (G. F.)-Stories on the Eight Beatitudes. By the Rev. G. F. Pearson. 18mo. pp. 132, cloth, 1s... [4539 PERRIN (J.)-A New and Easy Method of Learning the Spelling and Pronunciation of the French Language. In 2 Parts. By John Perrin. New edition, revised by .[4540 C. Gros. 12mo. cloth, 2s. POEMS and ESSAYS: a Book for the Times. By Dalmo.[4541 cand. 12mo. cloth gilt, 3s. 6d... PRICE (B.)-Suggestions for the Extension of Professional Teaching in the University of Oxford. By Bonamy ..[4542 Price, M.A. 8vo. pp. 38, sewed, 1s... PRIDEAUX (C. G.)-The Act to Amend the Law for the Registration of Voters: with an Analytical Introduction, a reference to all the Cases under the Act, and the Points decided by the Court of Common Pleas on the Construction of the Reform Act, with other Matters of Election Law. By Charles Greville Prideaux, Esq. 2d edition, . [4543 12mo. pp. 170, boards, 5s. REGISTER of Sales of Arsenic pursuant to 14 Vic. cap. 13: to which is prefixed a copy of the Act referred to. Square, [4544 sewed, 1s. 6d. RICE (N. L.)-Romanism not Christianity. By N. L. Rice, D.D. 12mo. (New York), pp. 364, cloth, 8s... [4545 RICHARDS (J.)-Sermons. By the Rev. John Richards, late Minister of St. Alkmond's Church, Shrewsbury. 8vo. [4546 pp. 416, cloth, 8s...... RIPON (Bp.)-A Letter to the Parishioners of St. Saviour's, Leeds. By the Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Ripon with an Appendix of Documents. 8vo. pp. 52, sd. 1s. 6d. [4547 ROBERTSON (J.)-Lights and Shadows of a Traveller's Path; or, Scenes in Foreign Lands. By Janet Robert..[4548 son. 8vo. pp. 356, cloth, 12s. 6d... ROBINS (S.)-A Speech delivered by the Rev. Sanderson Robins, at the Meeting of the National Society, June 4, [4549 1851. 8vo. pp. 18, sewed, 6d. ROWCROFT (C.)-An Emigrant in Search of a Colony. By Charles Rowcroft. 12mo. pp. 464, boards, 1s. 6d. ; ..[4550 cloth, 28. (Parlour Library.) RYLE (Rev. J. C.)-The Cross: a Tract for the Times. ..[4551 12mo. (Ipswich), sewed, 2d.....
gin of the Italian Language to the Death of Boccaccio: SIMPSON (L. F.)-The Literature of Italy, from the Orian Historical Sketch. By Leonard Francis Simpson. [4565 Post 8vo. pp. 332, cloth, 10s. 6d..... SMALL BOOKS on Great Subjects. No. 19, on the State of Man subsequent to the Promulgation of Christianity. ....[4566 Part 1, 4s. 6d. [not 3s. 6d. as in last No.] .... (Vide Adv. 719.) SMITH (C. R.)—Notes on the Antiquities of Treves, Mayence, Wiesbaden, Niederbieher, Bonn, and Cologne. By Charles Roach Smith, F.S.A. Svo. with plates, pp. 88,
[4567 .[4568 SMUGGLERS and FORESTERS: a Novel. 3 vols. post 8vo. boards, 31s. 6d... SOAVE (F.)-Novelle Morali di Francesco Soave. Nuova edizione; diligentemente corretta, in cui si sono, accentate tutte le voci; e che contiene un vocabulario aggiunto allo fine. 12mo. (stereotyped), bound, 48.......... [4569 STERNE (G. M.)-A Physical and Political School Geography: with a short Account of the Botany, Dendrology, Zoology, Ornithology, &c. By G. M. Sterne. 2d ....[4570 edition, 12mo. pp. 230, cloth, 3s. 6d. ..[4571 edition, 18mo. sewed, 6d.... STEPPING STONE (The) to the French Language, 2d STERNE'S Sentimental Journey through France and ..[4572 Italy. Illustrated by Tony Johannot. 8vo. cloth_gilt, STEVENSON (J. W.)-The Cottage Houses of England or, suggested Designs and Estimated Cost of Improved ...[4573 Cottage Erections. By J. W. Stevenson. Post 8vo. (Nottingham), pp. 58, cloth, 5s... STEVENSON (R. H.)-The Chronicles of Edinburgh, from its Foundation A.D. 617, to A.D. 1851. By R. H. Steve son. 8vo. (Edinburgh), pp. 460, cloth, 8s..........[4574
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SAND (G.)-The Countess of Rudolstadt: being a Sequel STOUT (W.)-Autobiography of William Stout, of Lan
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GRIER (J. W.)-On the Worship of Mary. Part 2, 8vo.
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TACITUS.-C. Cornelii Taciti Opera omnia ad fidem Editione Orellianæ. 2 vols. 18mo. pp. 718, cloth, 5s... [4580 (Oxford Pocket Classics.) TAYLOR (1.)-Home Education. By Isaac Taylor. 5th edit. revised, fcp. 8vo. pp. 406, cloth, 5s. ..[4581 (Vide Adv. 742.) THIERS (M. A.)-History of the Consulate and the Empire of France under Napoleon. By M. A. Thiers. Vol. 10, svo. pp. 236, sewed, 7s..... ..[4582 (Vide Adv. 713.)
THOMAS (W. H.)-Interest Tables from 1 to 100 Days, and from 1 to 3 per cent. per annum, by Eighths per cent. calculated by Decimals. By Wm. Henry Thomas. 4to. cloth, 21s...... .[4583 THROWER (W.)-Questions in Arithmetic, for the Use of the Free Grammar School of Henry the 6th. By William Thrower. Fifth Thousand. 12mo. (Birmingham), pp. 200, cloth, 28. .[458+ TOMLINSON (C.)-Introduction to the Study of Natural Philosophy. By C. Tomlinson. New edition, 12mo. sewed, is. [not Is. 6d. as in last No.]....... . [+585 TOURRIER (J.)-A Guide to Paris and its Environs, in the Form of Familiar Dialogues in French and English, with the Elision marked. By J. Tourrier. Square, pp. 234, sewed, with Map, 3s. ; cloth, 3s. 6d. ....[4586 TREASURES of OXFORD. By Edelmand and Dakes. Edited and Rendered into English by M. H. Bresslan. Svo. cloth, 58. ..[4587 TUCKER (Mrs. C.)-The Teacher's Assistant for Catechumen and Bible Classes. By Mrs. C. Tucker. Part 1, Genesis. Fcp. 8vo. sewed, 6d. ..[4588 TYSON (P. T.)-Geology and Industrial Resources of California. By Philip T. Tyson. 8vo. (New York), pp. 120, cloth, 7s. 6d. ..[4589 VADE-MECUM to the Study of the History of England: for the Use of Schools and Students. 12mo. pp. 66, cloth, 28. [4590 VERSES. By Hazlefoot Arden. Post 8vo. pp. 124, cloth, 48. 6d..... ..... [4591 VERSES for 1851, in Commemoration of the Third Jubilee of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Edited by the Rev. Ernest Hawkins. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 148, cloth, 25.; cloth, gilt, 2s. 6d... . [4592 VLIELAND (J. N.)-The Italian Grammar: an Easy and Simplified Method of Acquiring the Theory and Practice of the Italian Language. By Mons. J. N. Vlieland. 2d edition, 12mo. pp. 236, cloth, 4s. 6d. . [4593 WALKER (A.)-Popery as opposed to the Knowledge, the Morals, the Wealth, and the Liberty of Mankind. By Alexander Walker. 2d edition, cloth, 5s........... ..[4594 WALTER THORNTON ¡ or, the Broken Promise. 32mo. pp. 130, cloth, 6d. . [4595 WANOSTROCHT (N).—A Grammar of the French Lan guage, with Practical Exercises. By N. Wanostrocht. Revised and enlarged by J. C. Tarver. 22d edition, 12mo. bound, 4s. . [+596
(Vide Adv. 731.)
A Key to the Exercises. Revised by J. C. Tarver. 12mo. cloth, 3s.
(Vide Adv. 731.)
AGARDH (J. G.)-Species, genera et ordines Algarum, seu Descriptiones succinctæ specierum, generum et ordinum quibus Algarum regnum constituitur. Vol. II. 8vo. (Lunda) ...... 13s. 6d. BARLAAMS ok JOSAPHATS SAGA. En religiös romantisk fortælling om Barlaam og Josaphat oprind. forfat. paa græsk i det 8. aarhundrede, sen. overs. paa latin, og herfra igjen i fri bearbeid. ved aar 1200 overfört paá norsk af Kong Haakon Sverressön. Udgivet af R. Keyser og C. R. Unger. 8vo. (Christ.), facsimilies, 11s. 6d. CODEX liturg cus ecclesiæ universæ in epitomen redactus. Cur. H. A. Daniel. Tom. III. Codex liturgicus ecclesiæ reformatæ atque anglicana. Royal 8vo. (Lipsia).... 14s. CURTIUS (E.)-Peloponnesos. Eine historisch-geograph. Beschreibung der Halbinsel. Vol. I. 8vo. (Gotha), maps and woodcuts, cloth ERDMANN (A.)-Versuch einer geognostisch-mineralogischen Beschreibung d. Kirchspiels Tunaberg in Südermannland, m. besond. Rücksicht auf die in demselben beindl. Gruben. Aus d. Schwed. v. F. Creplin. 8vo. (Stuttg.), plates
WARD (J.)-The World in its Workshops: a Critical Examination of the Fabrics, Machinery, and Works of Art contained in the Great Exhibition. By James Ward. 12mo. pp. 146, sewed, 1s. .....[4598 WARD (Mrs.)-Jasper Lyle: a Tale of Kafirland. Vol. 2, 12mo. boards, Is.; cloth, 1s. 6d. ....[4599 (Railway Library.) WARREN (MRS.)-Timethrift; or, all Hours turned to good account. Containing 23 elegant Novelties in Crochet and Fancywork. Roy. 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. .... [4600 (Vide Adv. 724.)
WAT TYLER. By Pierce Egan. New Edition, imp. 8vo. 78. ..[4601 WEEK (A) in the West of Ireland. Fcp. 8vo. (Dublin), pp. 60, bds. 6d. .....[4602 WESLEY (J.)-The History of John Wesley's Coat; showing by whom it has been worn, and how it has been trimmed. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 56, sd. óð......................... .....[4603 WHAT shall we do with Smithfield? or, how to rebuild the Hanging Gardens of Ancient Babylon in any Mo. dern Crowded City at a Profit. By an Old Sanitary Reformer. Embellished with a Plan. 12mo. sewed, 6d.[4604 WILDE (S. D.)-An Address to the Congregations of the Parish Church and Chapel of the Holy Trinity, Fletching, Sussex, on certain matters concerning the Church Service. By the Vicar of the Parish. 8vo. pp. 106, sd. [4605
WILD FLOWERS and their Teachings. 2d edition, with Dried Specimens, 8vo. (Bath), cloth, 21s. [4606 WILFRED, or Curiosity and Disobedience. 32mo. pp. 130, cloth, 61. [4607 WILMOT (SIR J. E.)—Digest of the Law of Burglary. By Sir John E. Eardley Wilmot, Bart. Inscribed by permission to the Right Hon. Lord Denman. Roy. 12mo.. pp. 412, bds. 10s.. ...[4608 WILSON (W.)-A Little Earnest Book upon a Great Old Subject. By W. Wilson. New edition, 12mo. cloth, ... [4609 WINSLOW (0.)–Midnight Harmonies; or, Thoughts for the Season of Solitude and Sorrow. By Octavius Winslow. New edition, 18m0. pp. 280, cloth, 2s. 6d.....[4610 (Vide Adv. 695.)
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CHANCERY (Beavan). Vol. 13, Pt. 1, 9s. 6d. .[4615
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