« VorigeDoorgaan »
Just published, in One Volume, royal 8vo. (pp. 1663), price 21s.
A COPIOUS AND CRITICAL
FOUNDED ON THE LARGER GERMAN-LATIN LEXICON OF DR. WILLIAM FREUND: WITH ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS
LEXICONS OF GESNER, FACCIOLATI, SCHELLER, GEORGES, &c.
"We have examined this book with considerable attention, and have no hesitation in saying it is the best Dictionary of the Latin Language that has appeared."--LITERARY Gazette.
"In conclusion, we are glad to have an opportunity of introducing so excellent a work to the notice of our classical and philological readers. It has all that true German Gründlichkeit about it which is so highly appreciated by English scholars. Rarely, if ever, has so vast an amount of philological information been comprised in a single volume of this size. The knowledge which it conveys of the early and later Latin is not to be gathered from ordinary Latin Dictionaries. With regard to the manner in which it is got up, we can speak most favourably. Never have we seen a better specimen of American typography. Every page bears the impress of industry and care. The type is clear, neat, and judiciously varied. A pretty close inspection has not enabled us to discover any error worth mentioning."—ATHENÆum.
EXTRACT FROM THE EDITOR'S PREFACE.
The basis of the new Latin Lexicon here offered to the public consists of a translation of the Wörterbuch der Lateinischen Sprache of Dr. Wilhelm Freund, which was published at Leipsic in four volumes, containing in all about 4500 pages in the following order: vol. i. (A-C) appeared in 1834; vol. iv. (R-Z) in 1840; vol. ii. (D-K) in 1844: and vol. iii. (L-Q) in 1845. In the latter year the Author published, also, a smaller school lexicon in two volumes, comprising about 1800 pages, from which some corrections have been adopted in preparing the present work. From this has also been taken Appendix B, containing lists of words from the Italian and French languages derived from the Latin, whose origin is more or less obscured by the euphonic changes they have undergone. An
examination of the lists will show the student the nature of the changes suffered by Latin words passing into either of those languages, and will enable him to refer without difficulty almost any Latin word found in them to its original. The Lexicons of Gesner, Facciolati, Scheller, and Georges, have likewise been made use of for the purpose of supplying occasional deficiencies in those of Dr. Freund.
LONDON: SAMPSON LOW, 169, FLEET STREET.
MESSRS. REEVE AND BENHAM'S ILLUSTRATED SERIES OF POPULAR WORKS ON
The object which the Editor has proposed to himself and his associates in the preparation of the work has been to condense these materials within the convenient limits of a single volume, and yet to preserve everything of real importance for general use in the larger lexicon of Dr. Freund.
"A series published by Messrs. Reeve and Benham, exceedingly well adapted for winning the sympathies and directing the observation towards natural objects."
POPULAR HISTORY OF BRITISH SEA-WEEDS,
Comprising all the Marine Plants. Second Edition, revised by the Author.
Royal 16mo. with 22 Plates of Figures by Fitch, 10s. 6d. coloured.
POPULAR FIELD BOTANY.
By HENRY SOWERBY.
By AGNES CATLOW.
Second Edition, revised by the Author. Royal 16mo. with 20 Plates of Figures, 10s. 6d. coloured.
With 20 Plates of Figures, 10s. 6d. coloured.
POPULAR HISTORY OF MAMMALIA.
By ADAM WHITE, F.L.S., Assistant in the Zoological Department of the British Museum. With 16 Plates of Quadrupeds, &c. by B. Waterhouse Hawkins, F.L.S., 10s. 6d. coloured.
POPULAR BRITISH ORNITHOLOGY,
By P. H. GOSSE, Author of "The Ocean."
POPULAR BRITISH ENTOMOLOGY.
By MARIA E. CATLOW. Royal 16mo. with 16 Plates of Figures by Wing, 10s. 6d. coloured. London: REEVE and BENHAM, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. (769)
USEFUL TO ALL RETAIL BOOKSELLERS.
NEW PUBLICATION BOARD, for exhibiting the Current Number of The Publishers, Circular, price 1s.-Also,
OW'S PAMPHLET PORTFOLIOS, for PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, &c.— These PORTFOLIOs are recommended for the convenience with which works published periodically may be preserved and referred to, affording all the advantages of a bound volume, with the facility of adding each part or number as published.
Any size, number of strings, and lettering, whether for tracts, letters, or loose papers, may be had to order; but the following are always kept on hand :
BULWER'S WORKS, post 8vo.
66 PAPERS FOR THE PEOPLE
PRINTERS, and BINDERS, requiring wellqualified ASSISTANTS, may hear of the same at Mr. Page's, Trade Valuer and Auctioneer, 28, Moorgate Street, free of charge to Principals. Terms for Assistants may be known upon application. no TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, &c. -A Young Man, desirous of improvement, wishes to engage himself in the above as ASSISTANT, and to give his services as a remuneration for six months. Apply to M. S., care of Messrs. Thew and Son, Booksellers, Lynn, Norfolk.
Sampson Low, 169, Fleet Street.
TO BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
A Married Man, aged 28, of good address, who has been in the business eight years, is desirous of taking the MANAGEMENT of a Business in the above line, or to represent a Wholesale House. The highest recommendations will be given. — Address X. Y. Z., Post Office, Liverpool.
TO COUNTRY LIBRARIANS.-C. F.
To O ACCOUNT-BOOK MANUFAC. TURERS, GENERAL BOOKBINDERS, BOOKSELLERS, &c.-Wanted, by a steady, respectable Young Man, a situation as WORKING MANAGER of a Binding Business, in Town or Country. The advertiser's system of management, and practical experience in Machine Ruling and Stationery and general Binding, cannot, he is persuaded, fail of ensuring entire satisfaction.-Apply, by letter, to A. B., at Mrs. Dunn's, 36, London Street, Fitzroy Square, London.
MAUND'S BOTANIC GARDEN.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and PRINTERS.-Wanted, an ASSISTANT to the above business, in a considerable Market Town in the Eastern Counties. A young man just out of his time would find a comfortable home. A Dissenter preferred. Address X. Y. Z., care of Messrs. Williams and Co., Stationers, 85, West Smithfield, London.
VERY PRINTER OUGHT TO KNOW
PLATE PRINTING to London, for it can be executed equally well, if not better, upon the premises, by the common Letter-press.-Send 30 Stamps to Mr. Phillips, Lock House, Chertsey, Surrey, and re
O PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and BOOKBINDERS.-To be disposed of immediately, or at a time as may be agreed upon, a small snug BUSINESS doing a respectable trade at full profits,-several good Agencies connected with it,-established a long series of years. Comingeasy. Satisfactory reasons, and an introduction to It is in a small town, rich locality, and no opposition. To any persons wishing to commence business a similar offer seldom occurs.-Apply Typo," Publishers' Circular Office.
ANTED, in a Wholesale House, a middleaged man to act as HEAD PORTER. He must be experienced in packing books, and thoroughly acquainted with the routine of business in despatching country parcels, and provided with satisfactory references as to character, &c.-Apply to S. G. H.,
27, Paternoster Row.
WANTED, a steady, intelligent YOUNG MAN, in a Book and Printseller's Shop, to live in the house: one of active habits, and a good accountant. Good references will be required.-Address, stating age, qualifications, &c., to Mr. Clifford, Bookseller, Exeter.
HE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. 178. THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 192.
-ADVERTISEMENTS for the forthcoming Number must be forwarded to the Publisher by the 24th, and BILLS for insertion by the 26th instant. John Murray, Albemarle Street.
ADVERTISEMENTS intended for insertion are requested to be forwarded to the Publishers before Tuesday, the 30th inst.; and BILLS not later than Wednesday, October 1.
THE ARCHITECTURAL QUARTERLY
Longman, Brown, and Co. 39, Paternoster Row.
October Number should be sent before the 23d inst.
G. Bell, 186, Fleet Street (next St. Dunstan's Church).quested to be forwarded by the 24th, and BILLS by the 26th instant. Robert B. Blackader, 13, Paternoster Row, London.
IE CHRISTIAN REMEMBRANCER, THEO. 74, for October, will be published on the
30th of this Month. - ADVERTISEMENTS
intended for insertion are requested to be forwarded
by the 26th, and BILLS by the 27th inst.
John and Charles Mozley, 6, Paternoster Row.
THE CHURCH of ENGLAND SUNDAY
spectable young Female, of good appearance and address, who has had experience in a similar situation.
SCHOOL QUARTERLY MAGAZINE, NO. TO TIONERS, and PRINTERS.-Wanted, to
COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS, STA
15, price 1s., will be published on the 30th of September.
PLACE a YOUTH for one or two years in a re
Office of Publication, Church of England Sunday-spectable house of business, in a healthy country School Institute, 169, Fleet Street. town, within 100 miles of London. He has been chiefly in the office for four years, but now wishes for improvement in the two first, and occasionally to
N ASSISTANT is WANTED immediately
to S. B., 433, Oxford Street.
ITTO'S JOURNAL of SACRED LITERATURE, No. I., New Series, for October, will be published on the 30th of September.-AD. VERTISEMENTS intended for insertion are
A comfortable home is offered, and the situation per A
manent if the party suits.-Address, stating age, qualifications, and salary required, with references, to S. Humpage, High Street, Brecon, South Wales.
WOOD ENGRAVINGS WANTED.-We
are about to publish the Third Year's Issue of the "Derby and Derbyshire Almanac Compendium for 1852,❞ demy 12mo., circulation 2400, in which we are desirous to insert Six Engravings (size of page); and in return would advertise the work from which the Engravings may be taken. Immediate application is requested. Charge for Advertisements:Half-page, 7s. 6d. ; page, 11s. 6d. ; 2 pages, £1, including duty. Stitching Bills, 2 pages, 7s. 6d.; 4 pages, 12s., exclusive of duty. Advertisements received to the 20th October.
WILKINS'S PENNY RAILWAY TIME
MESSRS. DE LA RUE and CO. beg to
inform their friends and the trade generally that their NEW PATTERNS of PLAYING CARDS are now ready for delivery.
110, Bunhill Row, Sept. 15, 1851.
Edinburgh Review, No. 114. Part 2 of Index.
PPRENTICE WANTED, to a Bookseller, Stationer, and Librarian, in an establishment in one of the most important cities in the West of England; the business being of the most respectable order. An intelligent, clever youth, of 15 or 16 years of age, would experience unusual advantages towards the attainment of a thorough knowledge of the business. A member of the Church of England would be preferred.-Address to Z., Messrs. Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court, London.
OPENING.-The PRINTING OFFICE, now in full operation, lately belonging to Mr. Wm. Hutchison, Printer, Diamond Street, Aberdeen, with the whole Stock of Types, Presses, and Printing Materials, is now offered, in one lot, on very favourable terms, so as to be an object to any enterprising person who can command a few hundred pounds. The Stock is large, and contains a great variety of Types, plain and ornamental, from the most approved foundries in the kingdom, and are thus adapted for Newspaper, Bookwork, or Job-Printing. The premises are compact and highly convenient, having been entirely remodelled and adapted to the purposes of the business a few years ago. An inventory and valuation of the stock will be shown, and full information communicated to intending purchasers, by David Mitchell, Advocate, 12, Adelphi, Aberdeen.
Aberdeen, Sept. 1, 1851.
BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE.
Letters to be addressed to Mr. SAMPSON LOW, Office of the Publishers' Circular, stating lowest price, carriage free. Alison's Europe, 8vo. 1841. Vols. 9 and 10. Bell's Poets. Thomson, Vol. 2. Edinb. 1780. Bolton's History of British Ferns. Halifax, 1780.
Appendix, 4to. 1790.
Delphin Classics. Nos. 63 and 64, original binding.
Manton (Thomas) Twenty Select Sermons, 4to.
Milner's History of the Church, 3 vols. in continuation of the 5-vol. edition.
Pope's Literary Correspondence. 1735. Vol. 3.
Richmond's Selections from the Writings of the Reformers, &c. 1817. Vol. 3.
Shakspere (Johnson and Steevens, with Reed's Additions),
Southey's Peninsular War, Vols. 5 and 6.
Swift's Works, Faulkner's Edition. Dublin, 1747. Vol. 3.
Printed at 57, Skinner Street, Snowhill, in the City of London, by ELIEZER CHATER WILSON, of 6, Palmer Terrace, in the Parish of St. Mary, Islington; and published by SAMPSON Low, of 14, Great James Street, in the Parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, at the Office, 169, Fleet Street, in the Parish of St. Dunstan in the West.-Monday, Sept. 15, 1851.
Published on the 1st and
15th of each Month.
General Record of British and Foreign Literature ;
CONTAINING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF
ALL NEW WORKS PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN,
EVERY WORK OF INTEREST PUBLISHED ABROAD.
LONDON: OCTOBER 1, 1851.
INDEX TO THE CONTENTS of THE "CIRCULAR." WORKS PUBLISHED FROM THE 13TH OF SEP
TEMBER TO THE 29TH.. FOREIGN LITERATURE
309-314 314 BOOKS NOW FIRST ADVERTISED AS PUBLISHED 315-316 REISSUE OF LARDNER'S CABINET CYCLOPÆDIA 317
DEATH OF JAMES FENIMORE COOPER.-The decease of this distinguished man, who for over a quarter of a century has held such an eminent position in American literature, took place at one o'clock on Sunday afternoon, the 14th inst., at his residence in Cooperstown. Not in his native land alone will the announcement of his decease strike a tender chord in the memory, and recall the delight with which the imagination has revelled in his fresh and glowing pictures of nature and passion. His fame is not only co-extensive with the English language, but his works have become permanently incorporated with the best literature of every civilised country. Mr. Cooper was born at Burlington, N.J., on the 15th of September, 1789, and had he lived one day longer he would have been sixty-two years of age.-New York Tribune, Sept. 16.
ABBEY (The) of St. Alban; some Extracts from its Early
IN THE PRESS....
NEW EDITIONS AND WORKS LATELY PUBLISHED 320-322 MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.. 323-324 BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE. 324
Messrs. LONGMAN AND CO. having become the sole proprietors of "The Cabinet Cyclopædia," announce a reissue of the whole series at a considerably reduced price.-Vide Adv. 784.
A NEW EDITION of "The Life of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth" is in the press, and will be ready about the end of the present month.
A NEW illustrated Pocket Edition of "Sir Walter Scott's Poetical Works" is preparing for publi cation by Messrs. BLACK, the copyright proprietors. This edition will comprise "The Lord of the Isles," and all the Notes.
PUBLISHED FROM THE 13TH TO THE 29TH OF SEPTEMBER.
SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.-Sir John Richardson's "Journal of a Boat Voyage through Rupert's Land, &c. in Search of the Discovery Ships," is nearly ready for publication.
ANNA; or, Passages from a Home-Life; being a New
(Vide Adv. 783). (Murray's Reading for the Rail.) ARNOLD (T. K.)-Historiæ Antiquæ Epitome. By the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold. New edition, 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 48. ..[4765 BACON (H. B.)-Lectures for the Use of Sick Persons. By the Rev. H. B. Bacon. 12mo. pp. 304, cl. 48.6d.[4766 BAIRD (R. H.)-The American Cotton Spinner, and Manager and Carder's Guide: a Practical Treatise on Cot. ton Spinning. Compiled from the Papers of the late Robert H. Baird. 12mo. (Philadelphia), pp. 252, cloth, .[4767 BANVARD (J.)-Plymouth and the Pilgrims; or, Incidents of Adventure in the History of the First Settlers. By Joseph Banvard. 18mo. (Boston, U.S.), pp. 288, cl. .[4768..
BARLOW (H. C.)-Industry on Christian Principles. By |
(Vide Adv. 795.) BEECHER (C. E.)-The True Remedy for the Wrongs of Woman; with a History of an Enterprise having that for its Object. By Catherine E. Beecher. 12mo. (Boston, U.S.), pp. 264, cloth, 5s. [4772 BEEDELL (E.)-The British Tariff for 1851 and 1852. By E. Beedell. 12mo. cloth, 5s... ...[4773
Alphabetical List of New Works-continued.
BENNETT (J. C.) The Poultry Book: a Treatise on Breeding and General Management of Domestic Fowls; with numerous Original Portraits from Life. By John C. Bennett, M.D. Post 8vo. pp. 310, cloth, 6s..... [4774 BILLING (A.)-On Mural Painting, and the Decorations of Churches generally; being a Paper read at the Architectural Association, March 14, 1851. By Arthur Billing, Architect. Svo. pp. 30, sewed, 1s. ....[4775 BINNS (J.)-Notes on the Agriculture of Lancashire; with Suggestions for its Improvement. By Jonathan Binns. 8vo. (Preston), pp. 160, sewed, 5s. . [4776 BONNYCASTLE'S Scholar's Guide to Arithmetic. Edited by John Rowbotham. 18th edition, corrected, with additions, by Samuel Maynard. 12mo. cloth, 3s. 6d. [4777 Key to the above. Corrected by John Rowbotham. 12mo. cloth, 4s. 6d. ....[4778 BOTTARELLI (F.)-Exercises on the different Parts of Speech of the Italian Language, with References to Veneroni's Grammar; to which is added an Abridgement of the Roman History. By F. Bottarelli, A.M. 12th edition, corrected by P. L. Rosteri. 12mo. cl. 38.6d.[4779
A Key to the above. By Rota. 12mo. cl. 2s. 6d. [4780 BRADSHAW'S Companion to the Continent: a Descriptive Handbook to the Chief Places of Resort; their Characteristic Features, Climates, Scenery, &c.; with Observations on Travelling. By Edwin Lee. Post 8vo. pp. 412, cloth, 7s. 6d. ..[4781 BRIEF (A) Memoir of an Eton Boy. 2d edition, square, pp. 62, cloth, 1s..... .[4782 BROCK (M.)-The Doctrines of the Church. By Mourant Brock. New edition, 12mo. pp. 116, cloth, 1s. 6d... [4783 BROMBY (C. H.)-A Sketch of the Book of Common Prayer, Historical and Explanatory. By the Rev. C. H. Bromby. 12mo. sewed, 3d. ..[4784 (Tracts for Pupil Teachers and Normal Seminaries, No. 3.) BROWNE (R. W.)-A History of Classical Literature. By R. W. Browne. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 800, cloth, 28s. [4785 (Vide Adv. 764.) BRUCE (J. C.)-The Handbook of English History; consisting of an Epitome of the Annals of the Nation, and a Series of Questions upon each Period. By the Rev. J. Collingwood Bruce. A.M. New edition, 12mo. bound, 2s. 6d... ...[4786 BURTON (R. F.)-Scinde, or the Unhappy Valley. By Lieut. R. F. Burton. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 106, cloth, 21s... ..[4787
(Vide Adv. 764.) BUTLER'S Analogy. Essay by Rev. A. Barnes. New edition, fcp. 8vo. cloth, 2s....... [4788 BYRNE (0.)-The Pocket Companion for Machinists, Mechanics, and Engineers. By Oliver Byrne. 12mo. (New York), pp. 144, roan tuck, 6s. 6d. 4789 CALDER'S Arithmetic, Answers to. Post 8vo. pp. 42, cloth, 1s. .[4790 CAMBRIDGE Senate House Problems, Solutions of, for Four Years-1848-51. By N. M. Ferrers and J. Stuart Jackson. Svo. (Cambridge), pp. 400, cloth, 15s. 6d. [4791 CENSUS (The) Seventh of the United States of America. 18mo. (New York), pp. 56, map, 1s. 6d. ............[4792 CHACE (The). By Nimrod. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 64, with illustrative woodcuts, sewed, 1s. ..[4793 Vide Nov 788.5 CHAMBERS'S Papers for the People. Vol. 11, post 8vo. boards, Is. 6d... .[4794 CHANTREY (SIR Memorials of Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A By John Holland. Post Svo. (Sheffield), cloth, 10s. 6d. ...[4795
(Murray's Reading for the Rail.)
(Vide Adv. 778.) CHART of the Midland and Great Western Railway, Ireland (Dublin to Galway); with Descriptions of Places on The Route. Folded in Svo. wrapper, Is... ..[4796
CHRIST and the Pope. By Napoleon Roussel. Designs by Robert Henry Roe. Oblong folio, 10 plates, pp. 10, cloth, 10s......... ..[4797 CHURCH (A. E.)-Elements of Analytical Geometry. By Albert E. Church. 8vo. half-bd. 8s. 6d. [4798 CHURCH in the Colonies. Diocese of Cape Town, Part 2. A Journal of the Bishop's Visitation Tour through the Cape Colony, in 1850. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 228, with a new map, sewed, 1s. 6d. [4799 CLAYTON (G.)-Angelology. Remarks and Reflections touching the Agency and Ministration of Holy Angels. By George Clayton, Jun. Post 8vo. (New York), pp. 252, (4800 illustrated, cloth, 8s. 6d.
CLIFTON TRACTS (The). Vol. 1, cloth, 2s. 6d. 4801 COBBIN (I.)-Condensed Commentary and Family Exposition of the Bible. By the Rev. I. Cobbin. 4to. maps and plates, pp. 1400, cloth, 21s....... 14802 (Vide Adv. 798) COLLEGIAN (The); or, Wesley College Magazine. Pub lished under the Sanction of the Governor and Head Master. No. 1 (Monthly), sewed, d... -[4803 COLLIER (M.)-Poetic Effusions. By Mary Collier. 4th edition, fcp. 8vo. (Leamington), pp. 140, cloth, 3s... [4804 COLLIER (R. P.)-A Letter on Reform of the Superior Courts of Common Law, to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell. By R. P. Collier. 8vo. pp. 32, sewed, ls. (4805 COLTON (W.)-Deck and Port; or, Incidents of a Cruise to California; with Sketches of Rio de Janeiro, Valparaiso, Lima, &c. By the Rev. Walter Colton. Post Svo. pp. 320, cloth, 2s. 6d... ..[4806
COMPANIONS of my Solitude. New edition, 12mo. pp. [4807
306, cloth, 6s.
(Vide Adv. 791.) CONVICTION, a Tale. By B. Clarke. 3 vols. post 8vD.
31s. 6d. CRUDEN'S Concordance to the Holy Scriptures. Edited by Drs. Eadie and King. New edition, post Svo. cloth, (4809 CRUICKSHANK'S Fourth Book for the French Accordion and Flutina. Square (Aberdeen), pp. 32, sewed, Is. [4810 CUFFE (T. T.)-Reasons for Secession from the Esta blished Church. By T. Tenison Cuffe. 8vo. sewed, 1s. 6d.. 4811
CUMMING (J.)-Christ Receiving Sinners. By the Rev. John Cumming. New edition, 12mo. pp. 180, cloth, .[4812 (Vide Adv. 696.) CUMMING (J.)- Foreshadows; or, Lectures on Our Lord's Miracles as Earnests of the Age to Come. By the Rev. John Cumming, D.D. 12mo. pp. 610, cl. 98...[4813 (Vide Adv. 746.) DALLAS (A.)-Revelation Readings: an Aid in Searching the Apocalypse. By the Rev. Alexander Dallas. Vol. 2, 12mo. pp. 330, cloth, 3s. 6d. .[4814 DICKENS (C.)-Household Words. By Charles Dickens. Vol. 3, royal Svo. cloth, 5s. 6d. [4815 DICKINSON (J.)-The Flora of Liverpool. By Joseph Dickinson. 8vo. (Liverpool), pp. 180, cloth, 5s..... [4816 DIDRON'S Christian Iconography: a History of Christian Art. Translated from the French. Vol. 1, post 8vo. 150 engravings, pp. 520, cloth, 5s.... [4817 (Bohn's Illustrated Library.)
(Vide Adv. 775.)
DIX (J. A.)-Winter in Madeira, and a Summer in Spain and Florence. By John A. Dix. 2d edition, crown 8vo. (New York), pp. 376, cloth, 6s... 54818 DOUGLAS (H.)-A Treatise on Naval Gunnery. Dedi cated, by special permission, to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. By Lieut.-Gen. Sir Howard Douglas. 3d edition, 8vo. pp. 660, with engravings, cloth, 21s.[4819 (Vide Adv. 794.)
DUNBAR (G.)- Elements of the Greek Language; to which is added, a Synopsis explanatory of the Inflections of Nouns and the Tenses of Verbs. By George Dunbar, 4th edition, 12mo. hound, advanced to 4s.... [4820 EARLY DEW upon the Tender Plant; or, Easy Scripture Lessons for Young Children; with Questions and Prac tical Instruction for each Lesson. 18mo. (Bath), pp. 270, cloth, 2s. 6d....
(Vide Adv. 770.) ENGLAND before the Norman Conquest. By the Author of "Domestic Scenes in Greenland." 18mo. pp. $34, cloth, 2s. 6d... [4822 ESSAYS from "The Times;" being a Selection from the Literary Papers that have appeared in that Journal. Re printed by permission. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 318, bds. 4s. [4823 (Murray's Reading for the Rail.)
(Vide Adv. 783.)
EUCLID'S Elements of Geometry, the First Three Books chiefly from the Text of Dr. Simson; with Explanatory Notes by Robert Potts. The School Edition. Part 1, 12mo. pp. 190, boards, 3s. .[4824