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CRABBE'S LIFE and WORKS. Library Edition. Plates. 8 vols.
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Borrow's Bible in Spain.
Bishop Heber's Journals in India.
Irby and Mangles' Travels in the Holy
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Hay's Western Barbary.
Letters from the Baltic. By a Lady.
Southey's Lives of Southey and Cromwell.
Ford's Gatherings from Spain.
Sketches of German Life. By Sir Alex.
Melville's Adventures in the South Seas.
Gleig's Story of the Battle of Waterloo.
Acland's Manners and Customs of India.
Barrow's Life of Sir Francis Drake.
Father Ripa's Account of the Court of Ruxton's Adventures in the Rocky Moun
Carnarvon's Portugal and Galicia.
Lewis's West Indian Journal.
Sir John Malcolm's Sketches of Persia.
French in Algiers. By Lady Duff
Fall of the Jesuits in the 19th Century.
Melville's Residence in the Marquesas.
Head's Rapid Journeys across the Pampas.
Sieges of Vienna. Translated by Lord
Sale's Brigade in Affghanistan.
Letters from Madras. By a Lady.
St. John's Highland Sports.
Tales of a Traveller. By Washington
Campbell's Lives of the British Poets.
Stokers and Pokers; or, North Western
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Livonian Tales. By a Lady.
Gleig's Life of Sir Thomas Munro.
Memoirs of Sir Fowell Buxton.
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Burke's Commoners. 4to. large paper, uncut.
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Cleyer's Specimen Medicina Sinica, 1682. 4to.
Cooper's Lectures on Surgery, by Tyrrell. 3 vols.
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Hall's (Capt. Basil) Fragment of Voyages, 1st and 2d series.
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INDEX TO THE CONtents oF THE "CIRCULAR." WORKS PUBLISHED FROM THE 14TH OF NOVEMBER TO THE 2ND OF DECEMBER
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THE author of "The Ogilvies" has just ready, "The Head of the Family," a new novel, in 3 vols. ; likewise, a Christmas five-shilling book, with illustrations, entitled "Alice Learmont: a Fairy Tale."
UNDER the novel and significant title of "The Wide, Wide World," a tale will be published on the 12th instant, edited by a Clergyman of the Church of England.
THACKERAY's new novel will not appear until January; the simultaneous publication of this work in America has been secured by the Messrs. Harper and Brothers.-Mr. Murray announces for the 18th inst. the publication of the first two volumes of the Grenville Papers.-Mr. Bartlett's publishers have added to the list of that gentleman's popular and tastefully-illustrated gift-books on the Holy Land, &c., a volume which promises to equal the success of any of its predecessors, entitled "Footsteps of Our Lord and His Apostles."-The Religious Tract Society announce for the commencement of the new year, the first number of "The Leisure Hour: a Family Journal of Instruction and Entertainment."
MR. WARREN'S little memento of the World's Fair-"The Lily and the Bee"-has obtained a sale of 4000 copies within two months.-Longfellow's new poem, "The Golden Legend," is published simultaneously in England and the United States, securing its copyright in both countries, in conformity, with the provisions of the late judgment delivered by Lord Campbell.-Mr. G. P. R. James has cemented his connection with American literature by publishing a new work of fiction conjointly with Mr. Maunsell B. Field, of New York; each author writing a chapter alternately, it is announced under the title of "Adrian; or, The Clouds of the Mind." "Aims and Obstacles," a novel, is likewise announced by Mr. James in America: it was, we believe, published anonymously, some years back, in this country.