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ADAM (W.)-The Gem of the Peak; or, Matlock-Bath and
AUERBACH (B.)-The Professor's Wife. 12mo. reduced
NEW EDITIONS LATELY PUBLISHED..
MR. BENTLEY has announced for publication a refutation of the charge of imposture and fraud recently made at the Birmingham Police Court against the Baroness von Beck and M. Constant Derra de Moroda.
As an accompaniment to Mr. Gladstone's "Disclosures," the speech of Carlo Poerio, late Cabinet Minister at Naples, now chained to a galley-slave in the dungeon of Ischia, has been translated, and is now published by Mr. Bosworth.
PUBLISHED FROM THE 29TH OF AUGUST TO THE 13TH OF September.
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MR. WARREN'S Apologue of the Crystal Palace-THE LILY AND THE BEE-will be published on Monday the 22d inst.
PROFESSOR WILSON, of Edinburgh, the renowned "Christopher North" of Blackwood, is to receive the Government pension of £300 per annum.
MR. JOHN THEODORE BARKER'S "Beauty of Flowers in Field and Wood" is announced as now ready for delivery.
ABBOTT (J.)-The Young Christian; or, a Familiar Illus-, AYERST (W.)-Faith in Israel. By the Rev. W. Ayerst, tration of the Principles of Christian Duty. By Jacob A.M. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 60, sewed, 3d......... .[4624 Abbott. 18mo. (Ipswich), pp. 110, cloth, 6d. ....[4617 (Vide Adv. 760.)
The Hope of Israel. By the Rev. W. Ayerst, A.M. Fcp. Svo. pp. 56, sewed, 6d.. [4625 BABBAGE (C.)-The Exposition of 1851; or, Views of the Industry, the Science, and the Government of England. 2d edit. 8vo. pp. 280, cloth, 7s. 6d..........[4626
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BIRCH (H.)-The Great Exhibition Spiritualized. By the Rev. Henry Birch. 18mo. pp. 72, sd. 6d. ; cl. 18... [4631 BRITISH (The) Sylva, and Planter's and Forester's Manual. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 212, cloth, 38................. [4632 BROWN (A. M.)-Salvation, and the Way to secure it. By the Rev. A. M. Brown, LL.D. 3d edit. 18mo. pp. 86, sewed, 6d.
[4633 BURKE (J. B.)-Anecdotes of the Aristocracy, Romantic Records of Distinguished Families. New edit. 1st Series, .[4634 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 800, cloth, 21s..... BURTON (J. H.)-The Emigrant's Manual; containing, Australia, New Zealand, America, and South Africa: with a Preliminary Dissertation. By John Hill Burton. ..[4635 12mo. cloth, 4s. 6d. ; sewed, 4s.. (Chambers' Instructive and Entertaining Library.) CHALDEE READING LESSONS; consisting of the whole of Biblical Chaldee: with a Grammatical Praxis, and an Interlineary Translation. Post 8vo. pp. 140, cloth, 5s. .[4636
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DAY (G. G.)-The Speech of Mr. George Game Day at a
DERRY: a Tale of the Revolution. By Charlotte Elizabeth.
EDWARDS (J.)-Essays on the Divine Power, as manifested in the Outward Symbol, and realised in the Inward Life. By Joseph Edwards. 12mo. pp. 94, cl. 28... [4655 ELLIS (W.)-Education as a means of Preventing Destitution; with Exemplifications from the Teaching of the Conditions of Well-being and the Principles and Applications of Economical Science at the Birkbeck Schools. Prefaced by a Letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell. By William Ellis. Post 8vo. pp. 170, cl. 4s... [4656 (Vide Adv. 725.)
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SHAW (W.)- Golden Dreams and Waking Realities: being the Adventures of a Gold Seeker in California and the Pacific Islands. By William Shaw. Post 8vo. pp. 330 cloth, 9s. .[4727.
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SUPPLEMENT to a Descriptive and Critical Catalogue of Works illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick. Imperial 8vo. Woodcuts, 2s. ; or, large paper, imperial 4to. . [4734
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TAYLOR (W. C.)-Silk, Cotton, Woollen Manufactures. 12mo. sewed, 1s... .......[4736
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TESTIMONY to the Truth; or, the Autobiography of an Atheist. 3d edition, 12mo. pp. 386, cloth, 4s. 6d. .. [4737
TOURRIER (J.)-Verbs, Participles, and Adverbs of the French Language, illustrated by Rules, Examples, &c. By J. Tourrier. Post 8vo. pp. 150, sewed, 2s. 6d... [4738
STUD (The) Farm; or, Hints on Breeding for the Turf, Chase, and Road. By Cecil. 12mo. pp. 212, half-bound, ..[4732 SUNDAY-SCHOOL (The): a Poem in Three Cantos. By [4733 a Clergyman. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 74, cloth, 2s..........
TREGELLES (S. P.)-The Jansenists; their Rise, Persecutions by the Jesuits and Existing Remnant: a Chapter in Church History. By S. P. Tregelles. With 4 Engravings in Tint, post 8vo. pp. 106, cloth, 3s. 6d... [4739
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TUPPER (M. F.)—Proverbial Philosophy, in French. 12mo. cloth, reduced to 7s...... ....[4740 VESTIGES of Civilization; or, the Etiology of History, Religious, Esthetical, Political, and Philosophical. Roy. 12mo. pp. 416, cloth, 10s. 6d.... ...[4741 VISIT to the Sea-side. 18mo. pp. 270, cloth, 2s. 6d. [4742 WALTON (I.) and COTTON (C.)-The Complete Angler; or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation. By Isaac Walton and Charles Cotton. With a New Biographical Introduction and Notes, and embellished with 85 Engravings on copper and wood, 12mo. cloth, 6s. 6d. [4743 (Vide Adv. 753.)
WHITE (J.)-Third Book for Children. reduced to 10d.
WHITE (G.)-A Practical Treatise on Weaving. 8vo. (Manchester), cloth, reduced to 10s. 6d... ..[4747 18mo. cloth, [4748 WHITE (R.)-Madeira, its Climate and Scenery; containing Medical and General Information for Invalids and Visitors to Four of the Islands, &c. Illustrated with Engravings. By Robert White. Post 8vo. pp. 200, cloth, [4749 10s.; map to ditto, separately, 2s. WILLIAMS (T.)-An Epitome of Religion and Politics, in Two Parts. Part I. Non-conformity and Churchism with respect to Romanism; Part II. Political Equity, or a Fair Equalization of the National Burdens, &c. By Theophilus Williams. 8vo. pp. 112, sewed, 2s. 6d. [4750 WILLIAMS (W.)-Welsh Grammar (Gramadeg Cymreig). Fcp. 8vo. pp. 204, cloth, 2s. 6d... .[4751
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