« VorigeDoorgaan »
Just published, in 18mo. price 1s.
Geography for Elementary Schools;
PHYSICAL AND DESCriptive geography of the CLOBE.
By EDWARD HUGHES, F.R.G.S.,
Head Master of the Royal Naval Lower School, Greenwich Hospital; Author of
London: LONGMAN and Co. Edinburgh : A. and C. BLACK.
PARTS IV. and V. of the OFFICIAL
CHEAPER EDITIONS OF POPULAR WORKS.
DESCRIPTIVE and ILLUSTRATED CATA- TALES and STORIES from HISTORY.
LOGUE, containing the Colonies, Foreign States,
By AGNES STRICKLAND. 6th Edition, 1 Vol. and full Index of Names and Subjects, completing with Illustrations, 5s. the Work. 15s. each.
SPICER BROTHERS, Wholesale Stationers.
IGHT in DARKNESS; or, the Records
John W. Parker and Son, West Strand. (825)
NEW VOLUMES-COLLINS' SERIES.
Price 1s. 6d. sewed; 2s. cloth; or 6s. 6d. morocco elegant, each,
THE PROVINCIAL LETTERS OF BLAISE PASCAL.
With Life and Portrait of the Author.
THE ISLAND WORLD OF THE PACIFIC.
Being the Personal Narrative and Results of Travels through the Sandwich Islands,
HITCHCOCK (PROFESSOR) ON RELIGION and GEOLOGY.—Shortly.
Other Popular Works are in Preparation.-Catalogues may be had on Application.
WILLIAM COLLINS, LONDON AND GLASGOW.
MONTGOMERY'S POEM ON THE REFORMATION.
"The solitary monk that shook the world."
"I have read Montgomery's poem 'Luther' with profound interest and great joy."-Neander.
"May the Lord bless this publication; I shall do all I can to make it known on the Continent." Merle D'Aubigné.
James Blackwood, Paternoster Row. (827)
TUPPER'S PROVERBIAL PHILOSOPHY.
of Thoughts and Arguments, originally treated. By MARTIN F. TUPPER, D.C.L., F.R.S., &c. of Christ Church, Oxford. 11th Edition, fcp. 7s. Also, by the same Author, PROBABILITIES: an Aid to Faith. 2d Edition, with Notes, fcp. 4s.
T. Hatchard, 187, Piccadilly. (829)
BISH ISHOP BUTLER'S ANALOGY of RE- THE HISTORY of HOLLAND and the LIGION, Natural and Revealed, to the ConDUTCH NATION, from the beginning of the stitution and Course of Nature; to which are added Tenth Century to the end of the Eighteenth; includTwo Dissertations: 1. Of Personal Identity; 2. Of an Account of the Municipal Institutions, Comthe Nature of Virtue. A New Edition, with an In-mercial Pursuits, and Social Habits, of the People, troductory Essay by the REV. ALBERT BARNES of America; and a Complete Index. 28. cloth;
1s. 6d. sewed.
London: J. C. Bishop, 13, Paternoster Row. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd. Liverpool: E. Howell.
&c., chiefly compiled, by permission of the Dutch Government, from original Documents and State Papers. By C. M. Davies. 3 thick handsome vols. 8vo. 18s.-Just ready.
G. Willis, Great Piazza, Covent Garden. (830)
In 2 vols. 8vo.
HISTORY of the WAR in
**Written from the unpublished Letters and Journals of the most Distinguished Military and Political Officers employed in Affghanistan, throughout the momentous years of British connexion with that country.
By JOHN WILLIAM KAYE.
Including the unpublished Correspondence of Sir W. H. MACNAGHTEN, Envoy Minister at the Court of Cabul; the Letters and Journals of Sir ALEXANDER BURNES, Major ELDRED POTTINGER (includ ing his Journal of the Siege of Herat); Captain ARTHUR CONOLLY (including the Journal of his Bokhara Captivity); Sir JASPER NICOLLS (Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army); the Correspondence of Generals ELPHINSTONE, SHELTON, POLLOCK, NOTT, SALE, &c. &c.; together with the Letters of SHAH SOOJAH, AKBAR KHAN, FUTTEH JUNG, and MOONSHEE MOHUN LAL; all now first published from the original Manuscript.
THE FAIR CAREW; OR, HUSBANDS AND WIVES. In Three Volumes. [Immediately.
THE ATTACHÉ; or, Sam Slick in England.
1 vol. small 8vo. 5s.
THE PAPPENHEIMERS: a Novel. Edited by Captain ASHTON. 2 vols. post Svo.
NEW AND CHEAPER EDITION OF
PADDIANA. 1 vol. small 8vo. 3s. 6d.
LIFE in the SANDWICH ISLANDS; or, the Heart of the Pacific as it was and as it is. By Dr. CHEEVER, Author of " The Whale and its Captors." Post 8vo. 10s. 6d. [Now ready.
RICHARD BENTLEY, New Burlington Street, Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty. (822)
New Edition of BLAINE'S ENCYCLOPÆDIA of RURAL SPORTS. Corrected to 1851
LECTURES on the HISTORY of FRANCE, delivered before the University of Cambridge. By the Right Hon. Sir JAMES STEPHEN, K.C.B. by HARRY HIEOVER, EPHEMERA, and Mr.
2 vols. 8vo. 24s.
The Chevalier C. C. J. BUNSEN On HIPPOLYTUS and his AGE, or the Doctrine and Practice of the Church of Rome under Commodus and Alexander Severus. 2 vols. post 8vo.
Bishop THIRLWALL'S HISTORY of GREECE. An improved Library Edition; with Maps. Vol. VI. 8vo. 12s.
The concluding Volumes (VII. and VIII.) will be ready shortly.
SIR BENJ. C. BRODIE'S PHYSIO. LOGICAL RESEARCHES. Collected and republished from the Philosophical Transactions. 8vo.
SHARON TURNER'S HISTORY of the ANGLO-SAXONS. Seventh Edition. 3 vols. 8vo.
The BOOK of DIGNITIES. Being a New Edition, improved and continued, of BEATSON'S POLITICAL INDEX. By JOSEPH HAYDN. 8vo. 25s. half-bound.
A. GRAHAM. 8vo. Woodcuts.
MOORE'S IRISH MELODIES. Illustrated by D. MACLISE, R.A. New Edition (1851); with 161 Designs engraved on Steel. SOJOURN in Super-royal
8vo. 31s. 6d.; morocco, by Hayday, 52s. 6d.
PROTESTANTISM and POPERY CONTRASTED. Edited by the Rev. JOHN EDMUND Cox, M.A. of All Souls' College, Oxford.
2 vols. 8vo.
LONDON LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.
The following Books as now Ready
18mo. attractively bound, price 2s. 6d. EARLY DEW upon the Tender PLANT;
Or, EASY SCRIPTURE LESSONS FOR YOUNG
Uniform with "Early Dew," and by the same Author,
Or, EASY SCRIPTURE LESSONS FOR THE YOUNG:
Both Books are plentifully Illustrated.
Attention is requested to the following features as well deserving of notice :
The books form a harmonized Gospel History in the very words of Scripture. All the long words are divided into syllables, to make them easier for the young. At the end of each lesson is a short comment or explanation, with moral instruction. Questions and Answers are also appended to all the lessons. The type is new, large, and distinct; the printing excellent; and the paper good. The books are appro
priately illustrated. They are also attractively bound in best cloth, so as to form elegant little presents, and are handsomely ornamented.
The books are so bound and arranged as to allow equally well of their being sold together or separately. The price is only 2s. 6d. per volume.
Bath: Binns and Goodwin. London: Whittaker and Co.; Simpkin and Co.; Hamilton and Co.
NEW LIFE of GENERAL WASHINGTON, in the form of an AUTOBIOGRAPHY; comprising his Memoirs and Correspondence as prepared by him for publication, including Original Letters now first printed. Edited by the Rev. C. W. UPHAM, of Boston, U.S. 2 vols. post 8vo. embellished with a new and finely-engraved Portrait, 7s. Just ready.
G. Willis, Great Piazza, Covent Garden. (835) IVES of the SPEAKERS of the HOUSE of COMMONS, from the Time of King Edward III. to Queen Victoria: upwards of One Hundred interesting Biographies, with the Parliamentary History of England, from the most authentic Documents. By J. A. MANNING, Esq. of the Inner Temple. 1 large handsome vol. royal 8vo. forming a Companion to Lord Campbell's Chancellors and Chief Justices, 10s. 6d.
G. Willis, Great Piazza, Covent Garden. (836)
(834) SEQUEL TO "THE GREATEst plague of life." THE SHABBY FAMMERLY; or, Some TIDDIVATE (late Fam de Sham" to the Fammerly, Account of my Missus. Expojed by EMMERLY though really and truly I were nothink but a common be continued Monthly, 1s.-On November 1st. Housemaid and worked off my Legs). Part 1, to
Miss E. Tiddivate in making this her first debutt before a Generous British Publick hopes the Cautious Reader will look upon her authorgraphy with an indulgent i.
british publick as she is satisfied it will not stand Miss E. T. begs to throw herself on a human quietly by and see a poor helpless female put upon as
I have been when her subscribers reads all she has gone through.
16, Upper Wellington Street, Strand. (837)
In a few days will be published, in One Volume fcap. 8vo. with numerous Woodcut Illustrations,
A TECHNICAL DICTIONARY;
A DICTIONARY EXPLAINING ALL TERMS OF ART AND SCIENCE.
BY GEORGE CRABB, ESQ., M.A.,
Author of the "Universal Technological Dictionary," and of the Universal Historical, Biographical,
and Geographical Dictionary," &c., &c.
*** This work is intended as a book of reference to all persons wishing to know the meaning of terms relating to the arts and sciences, which are so frequently occurring in reading or general intercourse; and as there are few persons who are thoroughly familiar with more than one branch of knowledge, such a work must be found generally useful. In order to bring it within a convenient size and price it has been necessary to consult brevity, with a due regard at the same time to clearness and fulness of illustration, aided also, where necessary, by woodcuts.
LONDON: WILLIAM MAXWELL, BELL YARD, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS. (838)
NEW SERIES OF TRACTS.
Stories and Catechisings in Illustration of the Collects;
YEAR WITH THE FIRST-CLASS BOYS OF FORLEY.
Edited by the Rev. WILLIAM JACKSON, M.A., Oxon.
A Series of Tracts, designed chiefly for the instruction and amusement of Sunday Scholars and other Children. There will be a monthly publication of the Tracts for each season of the Christian year. The numbers for Advent will appear early in November.
London: JOHN and CHARLES MOZLEY, 6, Paternoster Row. JOHN HENRY Parker,
For the Year 1852,
TO BE PUBLIshed on the 1ST OF November.
LADIES' POCKET BOOKS; EACH WITH AN ALMANACK.
CARNA ARNAN'S LADY'S COMPLETE POCKET BOOK. Embellished with a Frontispiece (View in Windsor Forest), printed in colours, by Mr. GEO. BAXTER, and Ten other Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges.
POOLE'S LADY'S SELECT POCKET THE LADIES' DAILY REMEMBRAN
BOOK. Embellished with a View of Potterdale, Cumberland, printed in Oil Colours, and numerous Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges.
POOLE'S LONDON ANNUAL REPOSITORY. Embellished with a coloured Frontispiece (Penzance, Cornwall), and other Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges.
HE LADIES' FASHIONABLE REPOSITORY. Embellished with coloured Frontispiece by Mr. GEORGE Baxter, (View from Richmond Hill), and other Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck. ELEGANT POCKET SOUVENIR. Embellished with a coloured Frontispiece by Mr. GEORGE BAXTER, (View of Harrow on the Hill), and other Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck.
CER. Embellished with a coloured Frontispiece, painted by Mr. GEORGE Baxter, (Richmond Bridge), and other Engravings. 2s. 6d. roan tuck.
POOLE'S LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S
POLITE ASSISTANT and USEFUL REMEMBRANCER: containing an Almanack printed in red, embellished with a Frontispiece, and other Views, British and Foreign. 3s. 6d. roan tuck. THE SOVEREIGN: a Pocket Book adapted THE
for Ladies or Gentlemen. Embellished with a
coloured Frontispiece (Scene near Windermere), and Twelve other Landscape and Historical Engravings. 3s. 6d. roan tuck.
HE UNIVERSAL REMEMBRANCER; containing an Almanack and Diary, with a Variety of Information. Embellished with a Frontispiece and 4 Landscape Engravings. 1s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges.
THE UNIVERSAL POCKET DIARY: with an extended Cash Account, and a Variety of useful Information. Embellished with a Frontispiece and other Engravings. 1s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges.
THE LADY'S OWN ALMANACK AND DIARY.
A book of smaller than the ordinary dimensions, and containing a great variety of Tables and useful Information, illustrated with tinted Engravings after Drawings by Birkett Foster. Price 2s. 6d. roan tuck, gilt edges; or 3s. 6d. morocco tuck.
GENTLEMAN'S POCKET MA
MEMORANDUM BOOK. Embellished with a Portrait of Sir Harry Smith. Contains a complete List of London and Country Bankers, and Heads of the Acts of Parliament of most importance passed during the last Session. 2s. 6d. roan tuck.
ARSHALL'S GENTLEMAN'S POCKET BOOK. Embellished with a finely-engraved Frontispiece (The City of Smyrna). Contains Lists of London and Country Bankers, and Heads of the principal Acts of the last Session of Parliament, &c. 2s. 6d. roan tuck.
THE COMMERCIAL LEDGER; or, GENTLEMAN'S, MERCHANT's, and TRADESMAN's complete ANNUAL MEMORANDUM BOOK: containing a Portrait of Sir Harry Smith, Lists of London and Country Bankers, &c. 3s. 6d. extra bound; 2s. 6d. red leather. GENTLEMAN'S, MERCHANT'S, and TRADESMAN'S complete MARSHALL'S COMMERCIAL POCKET
THE DAILY JOURNAL; or, THE
ANNUAL ACCOUNT BOOK. 3s. 6d. extra bound; 2s. 6d. red leather.
Contains Lists of the Houses of Lords and Commous, Heads of the Departments under Government, London and Country Bankers, and much other useful Information. Embellished with a finely-engraved Frontispiece (The Cathedral Choir, Rochester). 3s. 6d. roan tuck; or 2s. 6d. [red leather.
SUTTABY'S POCKET DIARY.
Containing a variety of Articles of Useful Information, and enlarged space for Memorandums,
MARCH'S HOUSEKEEPER. Price 2s.
POOLE'S HOUSEKEEPER. Price 3s. sewed; or 4s. half-bound.
R. AND A. SUTTABY, STATIONERS' COURT, LUDGATE STREET;
AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS.