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THE PROGRESS and PROSPECT of CHRISTIANITY in the UNITED STATES of AMERICA; including the Documents submitted by the Author to the recent Meeting of the Evangelical Alliance; with additional Remarks on Slavery in America. By the Rev. R. BAIRD, D.D. 8vo. 1s.


POEMS and ESSAYS; or, a Book for the Cheap Books in large Readable Type,

Post 8vo. 3s.

Times. By extra cloth gilt.

Partridge and Oakey, Paternoster Row. (809)

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to remaining in the Established Church. By the Rev. T. TENISON CUFFE, M.A. lately Minister of Carlisle Episcopal Chapel, Kennington Lane, and The aim and object of the publisher, in Incumbent of Colney Heath, St. Albans. Demy this Series, is to disseminate sound and

Svo. 1s. 6d.


POOR a Cyclopædia of the Condition and Earnings of (1) Those that will work; (2) Those that cannot work; and (3) Those that will not work. By HENRY MAYHEW.

Office, 16, Upper Wellington Street, Strand. (811)

POOR. BY HENRY MAYHEW. Part 11, with

Illustrations, 11d.
Office, 16, Upper Wellington Street, Strand. (812)

LIBRARY OF health, VOL. I.

By E. JOHNSON. 1s. 6d.

Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.



MAGAZINE, in Monthly Parts, price 1s.

In reply to several applications from the country for the early numbers of the Horticultural Magazine, the publisher begs to state, that it has been determined to re-issue the whole in Monthly Parts. This will enable persons to complete their sets who have not done so during the first publication, and will also afford an opportunity to others to possess the work who may prefer taking it in shilling parts to purchasing the whole in volumes. The first number of the re-issue was published on the 1st of August. Those persons, therefore, who have not been able to get the back numbers they have written for, can now have them by application to the publisher, or through any of the London booksellers, the whole work being now in course of reprinting. A list of the whole of the treatises published in the work, and the numbers they appeared in, can be had of all booksellers. The work complete in Five Vols., 16s. each Vol.

Part 4 will be ready November 1,

C. Cox, 12, King William Street, Strand. (814)

October, 1851.



To be published occasionally, and varying in prices. from One Shilling and upwards.

and innocent entertaining information amusement, instead of the trivial, and often immoral, publications which are for the most part offered to the notice of RAILWAY READERS. He designs to introduce a class of works at once cheap, valuable, and instructive, not merely to be read on the Railway, and thrown aside at the end of the journey, but such as shall deserve a permanent place on the shelves of the library.

It will thus form an appropriate sequel to the Home and Colonial Library.

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On the 11th of October, the closing day of the GREAT EXHIBITION, was published an entirely novel and accurately detailed

View of the Interior of the Palace



Looking along the Main Avenue, from the West to the East, and showing the exact Position of the World's Produce. This splendid Drawing, completed on the Spot by EDMUND WALKER, Esq. and Lithographed by him in Four Tints, is printed on paper of the size of 47 inches by 352. Price, tinted, 21s.; in full colours, 35s.

*To secure early impressions, immediate orders should be sent.

Also, in preparation,


On a similar important scale, by LOUIS HAGHE, Esq. and now exhibiting in the Building, and to be Lithographed by the Artist himself.






the GREAT EXHIBITION (published in Hirculation of 25,000 monthly, is the best

THE ART-JOURNAL, having a guaranteed

connection with the ART-JOURNAL) is now ready, price One Guinea, handsomely bound in cloth. (817)

medium of communication between wealth and industry.-Advertisements for the November Number should be addressed to Mr. Clark, Art-Journal Office, 8, Wellington Street North, on or before the (820)

18th instant.


CATALOGUE.-FOURTH CORRECTED AND IMPROVED EDITION, dated Sept. 15th, with the additions from Sweden, &c. price 1s. 3d.

The Official Catalogue may also be had bound with the Indexes of Names and Articles, and all the British and Foreign Priced Lists, with Lists of Jurors, Local Committees, &c., price 78. 6d.

SPICER BROTHERS, Wholesale Stationers. WM. CLOWES AND SONS, Printers. (818) Official Catalogue Office, 29, New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, at Hyde Park, and of all Booksellers.


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By ROBERT HUNT, Professor of Mechanical Science, Government School of Mines. "Every care has been taken to render this compilation a record worthy of preservation, as giving within a limited space a faithful description of certainly one of the most remarkable events which has ever taken place upon this island, or in the world-the gathering together from the ends of the earth, of the products of human industry, the efforts of human thought."-EXTRACT FROM PREFACE.

"The most instructive guide to the Exhibition while it is open, we have no doubt that this Handbook will become hereafter one of the most popular mementoes and histories of the actual gathering of the nations."-ATHENEUM. "The most complete and popular Guide published. Useful in the Exhibition, and agreeable afterwards as a reminiscence of what was seen in the great year of 1851."-SPECTATOR.

"Let no one imagine that because the Great Exhibition will shortly be closed that the Handbook is not therefore all as a compact and portable reoord of what they have needed; on the contrary, it should be read and retained by

seen exhibited."-LITERARY GAZETTE.

SPICER BROTHERS, Wholesale Stationers.

29, New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, at Hyde Park,
of all Booksellers in Town and Country, and at the
Railway Stations.


This day is published (Dedicated, by express permission, to H. R. H. Prince Albert), No. 2 of the

Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century:

A Series of Illustrations of the choicest Specimens produced by every nation at the Great Exhibition of Industry, 1851.


Part No. 1 contains:-The Amazon, by Kiss of Berlin.-Painted "Lac" Work from Lahore.—Daggers, enriched with Damascening, by Zuloaga, of Madrid.-Specimens of Tunisian Embroidery.

Part No. 2 contains:-The Child Christ (Christ Engel), a Bas-relief, in white Marble, by Reitschel, of Dresden.-A Group of Earthenware Vases, by Mansard, of Voisinlieu, France.-White Wood Cabinet, by Michell Wettli, of Berne.-Pistols, Engraved and Inlaid with Damascene Work, by Zuloaga, of Madrid.

Messrs. DAY and SON, Lithographers to the Queen, 17, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, have male arrangements by which the objects selected for Illustration will be drawn on stone by first-rate Artists, and will be presented in their proper colours, the aim of the publishers being to furnish a true and lasting memorial of the condition of the industrial arts throughout the world at the present epoch. Believing that it will be the wish of many to preserve the best possible record of this event, the publishers have calculated upon a very extended sale, and have determined to reduce the price to a rate altogether unprecented in the history of lithography.

The work will be in folio, and appear in fortnightly parts. Every number, price 7s. 6d., will contain four fully coloured plates, with descriptions of the objects, and critical and explanatory remarks. The work complete will comprise from 120 to 150 plates.



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