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THE PUBLISHERS CIRCULAR
Published on the 1st and 15th each
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.
WORKS IN THE PRESS.......
WORKS LATELY PUBLISHED..
LONDON: DECEMBER 15, 1851.
INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF THE "CIRCULAR.”
Paton and Ritchie.
441-446 441 442, 444 444 445 451-452 452
169, Fleet Street: Dec. 15, 1851.
THE publication of our last " Circular," it will have been seen, was delayed in consequence of the press of announcements. This, together with the care demanded for the proper working of the illustrated specimens, and the large number printed, will, it is hoped, satisfactorily account to those subscribers complaining of not receiving them in usual course.
Few, if any, literary novelties remain from our "Christmas number" for special notice. Most of those announced by anticipation have made their appearance, and others are ready for immediate publication.—Sir F. B. Head's reminiscence of his French visit comes very opportunely. It consists of two handsome-looking volumes, described in the author's agreeable and original style as offering "a faggot of real French sticks, picked up in literary rambles, which, although thin, short, dry, sapless, crooked, headless, pointless, and of little intrinsic value, may, in the depth of winter, possibly enliven an English fireside."-Several very graphic descriptions of the scenes incident to the late coup d'état appear in original communications to the columns of the Times. Captain Jesse's letter, as that of an eye-witness, is valuable, and of thrilling interest.
Perhaps no work on the first French Revolution (still fruitful in a portentous offspring) has been perused with feelings of deeper interest than the recent one containing the correspondence of Mirabeau with Count De la Marck; and now we are promised two more on the same subject,—one by De Barante, on the Convention; and another on the Directory, by Granier de Cassagnac,-both writers well qualified to produce standard works.
Miss Bremer's records of her long visit to the United States will appear as "Homes of the New World." This distinguished writer has also just published in Sweden a work on the Great Exhibition. -Mr. Wilkie Collins's new Christmas book will be called "Mr. Wray's Cash-Box; or, the Mask and the Mystery."-The "Wide, Wide World, a Tale, edited by a Clergyman of the Church of England," will be ready on the 18th.-Miss Mitford's recollections of her life, or Books, Places, and People," is nearly ready." Solwan; or, Waters of Comfort" is the characteristic title of a translation from the Arabic, promised by Mr. Bentley.
English writers and artists have done justice, in every possible way, to the Great Exhibition, and foreign writers, as might be expected, are now recording the judgments and feelings of their respective nationalities upon the same subject. Besides Miss Bremer's work, above alluded to, there is M. Lorentz's "Examen descriptif et appréciatif des Produits de la France à l'Exposition Universelle de Londres en 1851, comparés aux Produits similaires des Nations étrangères," &c., in one volume, large 8vo.; and the list might be copiously extended by quoting from the announcements of every nation in Europe which sent its productions to London. Indeed, it would be a curious and useful catalogue for the world to possess, of all such works, both for the present and future times.-The last number of the Art-Journal contains an address from the Editor, Mr. S. C. Hall, claiming the honour of having originated the idea of "an Exhibition of Industrial Art in England." He states that it was early communicated to Mr. Cole and others, and reprints his original proposal, published in Jan. 1848. A detailed and learned History of Chloroform, as applied to destroy the sense of pain during surgical operations, has just been written by Dr. Marx, of Göttingen. It appears, from Dr. Marx's researches, that although Dr. Simpson, of Edinburgh, was the first in modern times to make known
the marvellous properties of chloroform, traces of its agency and effects are to be found in the past history of science.-A bibliographical work relative to the life and works of Luther, specifying all the editions of the separate works, has just appeared at Halle, by E. G. Vogel, and is of great importance as throwing light on the history of our Protestant faith.-The Works of Vondel, the great national Dutch poet, have now for the first time been collected and illustrated with notes-both historical, and connected with the language-by the learned M. Van Lennep, of Amsterdam. The lovers of researches connected with the history of our own Anglo-Saxon tongue, and its cognate languages, will have a rich treat in the work now announced.
The authorship of "A Child's History of England," appearing by chapters in Household Words, is acknowledged by Mr. Dickens, and the first volume is now published separately.-The "Life and Times of Dante" will be published this month, in two volumes, under the editorship of Mrs. Bunbury. -The increasing bulk and ledger-like appearance of the London Post-Office Directory appears to have induced the enterprise of a "Pocket Post-Office Directory," announced by Mr. Shoberl.-For the information of such of our readers as are in the habit of consulting the Oxford Calendar, and lest they fall into mistakes in quoting from it, we may observe that in the present year an important change was introduced in the manner of arranging the class lists, in order to lessen the evil of the increasing bulk of the book.
The "Booksellers' Almanack for 1852" is in every way suitable, and should be in the countinghouse of every bookseller, as, in addition to the usual information, it has an excellent coloured View of the Retreat, and a complete List of the Members of the Association and Office-Bearers.
PUBLISHED FROM THE 29TH of November to the 13th of December.
ADAMS (H.) - Oriental Text-Book and Language of
(Vide Adv. 966.)
ALGER (W. R.)-History of the Cross of Christ. By the
(Vide Adv. 1046.)
ALLERTON and DREUX; or, the War of Opinion. By
(Vide Adv. 972.)
APOCALYPSE (The) Popularly Explained.
COTTAGE PRINTS (Fifty), from Sacred Subjects. Royal
DAUGHTER DEBORAH. By the Author of "The Miser's
(Vide Adv. 1047.) BEATTIE (W.)-Castles and Abbeys of England. By W. Beattie. 2d edit. imp. 8vo. cloth, 25s. [5827 BELL (A. M.)-Elocutionary Manual. The Principles of Articulation and Orthoepy, &c. By Alexander Melville Bell. 12mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 224, cl. 3s. 6d... [5828 BERANGER'S Two Hundred Lyrical Poems done into English Verse. By W. Young. Post 8vo. cl. 8s... [5829 BIBLE (The) in the Family; or, Hints on Domestic Happiness. Small 8vo. pp. 352, plates, cloth, 6s....... [5830 (Vide Adv. 1048). BOGATZKY (C. H. V.)-Golden Treasury. By C. H. V. Bogatzky. New ed. 32mo. (Norwich), pp. 500, cl. 1s.[5831 BOOKSELLERS (The) Almanack for 1852. On Sheet, 1s. [5832 BOWCOCK (W.)-The Life, Experience, and Correspondence of William Bowcock the Lincolnshire Drillman. Written by Himself. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 168, cloth, 28.6d.[5833 BRITISH (The) Controversialist, 1851. Vol. 2, 12mo. cl. 3s. 6d.. [5834 BROWNE (H. K.)-Illustrations of the Five Senses. By Phiz. Oblong, sewed, plain, reduced to 3s. 6d.; col'd. 5s. 6d... ... [5835 (Vide Adv. 1049.) BUNYAN'S Pilgrim's Progress. Illustrated Edition, by Harvey. New edition, 8vo. cloth, 12s. [5836
ATLAS of Physical and Historical Geography to accom[5849 pany the Manual of Geographical Science. Oblong, royal | DODSLEY'S Cellar Book. New edit. 4to. sd. 1s. 6d.[5830 folio, sewed, 5s. ..[5826 DRAWING and Perspective. Parts 7 to 10, 4to. sewed, each, 1s. 6d... ..[5851 (Chambers' Educational Course.) DRY LEAVES from Young Egypt. By an Ex-Political. 2d edit. 8vo. pp. 378, 12 plates, cloth, 22s.... [5853 ELLIOT (J.)-An Elementary Course of Practical Mathematics. Part 1, Algebra (Key to). By James Elliot. 12mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 106, cloth, 2s... 5853 EMERSON (R. W.)-Representative Men. By Ralph W. Emerson. 8vo. pp. 120, sewed, 1s. 6d. [5854 (Chapman's Library for the People.) EOTHEN. 2 Parts in 1 vol. 12mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. [5855 (Vide Adv. 1062.) (Traveller's Library, Vols. 11 and 12.) FAGGOT (A) of French Sticks; or, Paris in 1851. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 620, cloth, 24s. ...[5856 (Vide Adv. 1057.) FAVOURITE LIBRARY. 12 vols. 18mo. cloth, each is. 6d... [5857 12 vols. in 6, 18mo. cloth, each, 2s. 6d.. (5858 FEILING (C. A.)-A Key to the Exercises and Prose Compositions contained in Feiling's German Grammar. By C. A. Feiling. 12mo. pp. 102, cloth, 4s.... .[5859 FLEMING'S First Lessons in Plane Trigonometry: designed for the Use of Schools and very Young Beginners. Post 8vo. (Liverpool), pp. 54, cloth, 2s. .... .[5860 FRASER (R. W.)-Sketches of the Sacred Rites of Ancient Israel. 12mo. (Edinb.), cl., reduced to 3s. 6d. [5861
ART JOURNAL (The). New Series, 1851. cloth, 31s. 6d.
(Vide Adv. 990.)
pp. 98, [5824 Vol. 3, 4to. [5825
BUILDER'S (The) Guide and Price Book in Material and Construction; containing most useful Tables and a copious Index. 8vo. with 165 illustrations, cl. 15s. 6d. [5837 CAIRNS (A.)-The Second Woe: a popular Exposition of the 10th and 11th Chapters of Revelation. By the Rev. Adam Cairns. 12mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 170, cl. 2s... [5838 (Vide Adv. 993.)
CECIL (R.)-Original Thoughts on various Passages of
FRENCH (W.)-Selections from the Hebrew Bible 'prepared for publication by Wm. French. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 166, cloth, 5s. [5862 GELDART (Mrs. T.)-Stories of Scotland and its adjacent Islands. By Mrs. T. Geldart. 12mo. pp. 172, el. 2s. 6d. ; gilt, 3s. [5863 GOODWIN (H.)-Elements of Mechanics, designed chiefly for the Use of Schools. By Harvey Goodwin. Part 1, Statics. Post 8vo. (Cambridge), pp. 206, cl. 6s........... [5864 (Vide Adv. 964.) GOODWIN (T.)-A Child of Light Walking in Darkness: together with Directions how to Walk so as to come forth of such a Condition. By the Rev. T. Goodwin, D.D. With a recommendatory Preface by the Rev. R. Hawker, D.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 258, cloth, 2s........ [5865 GOSPEL (The) Missionary for 1851. Square, cl. 1s.. [5866 GOSTICK (J.)-Manual of Music. By Joseph Gostick. 12mo. pp. 250, cloth, 3s. ..[5867 HALE (J.)—A Complete Dictionary of Poetical Quotations; comprising the most excellent and appropriate Passages in the old British Poets; with choice and copious Selections from the best Modern British and American Poets. Edited by Sarah J. Hale. 8vo. (Philadelphia), bound, 10s. 6d...
(Vide Adv. 1048.)
HAPPY FAMILY (The); or, Selfishness and Self-Denial. 18mo. pp. 220, cloth, 2s. 6d. HARPER (R.)-Senate House Questions in Arithmetic from 1830 to 1851: with Solutions. 8vo. (Cambridge), pp. 122, boards, 4s... ..[5870 HAWKER (R.)-The Poor Man's Morning and Evening Portion. By the Rev. Robt. Hawker. New edit. 1 vol. 12mo. pp. 800, cloth, 3s. 6d. [5871 HAWTHORNE (N.)-Twice-Told Tales. 2 vols. 12mo. boards, 2s.; cloth, 3s.
..[5872 HEAD of the Family: a Novel. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 960, cloth, 31s. 6d. ..[5873
(Vide Adv. 992.) HENGSTENBERG (E. W.)-The Revelation of St. John. Translated by the Rev. Patrick Fairbairn. Vol. 1, 8vo. (Edinb.), pp. 460, cloth, 10s. 6d..: . [5874 HISTORY (The) of the Inquisition. By C. H. Davies. 2d edit. 12mo. (Liverpool), cloth, 3s.. [5875 HOOD (E. P.)-John Milton the Patriot and Poet: 11 lustrations of the Model Man. By Edwin Paxton Hood. 12mo. pp. 210, cloth, 1s. 6d. ..[5876 HUNT(L)-A Book for a Corner: Selections in Prose and Verse. By Leigh Hunt. New edition, 1 vol. post 8vo. cl. 7s. 6d. [5877 IMPERIAL (The) Calendar for 1852. 12mo. bd. 5s.. [5878 INFORMATION on Common Objects, for the Use of Schools. New edit. 12mo. pp. 170, cloth, 2s. 6d. [5879 INTRODUCTION (An) to Aid in Parsing the English Language: forming also an Elementary Grammar, principally for Young Persons. By an Educator. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 46, cloth, 1s. 6d. . [5880 IRELAND.-Öbservations on the Land and the Law in
1851. 8vo. (Dublin), pp. 70, sewed, 1s. 6d... IRIS (The): an Illuminated Souvenir for 1852. Edited by John S. Hart. 8vo. (Philadelphia), pp. 298, bd. 24s.[5882 (Vide Adv. 1048) JACOB BENDIXEN the Jew: from the Danish of Goldschmidt. By M. Howitt. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 900, bds. 31s. 6d. [5883
(Vide Adv. 994.) JEAN MIGAULT; or, the Trials of a French Protestant Family during the period of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Translated from the French: with an Historical Introduction by William Anderson. 18mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 130, cloth, 1s. 6d... [5884 (Vide Adv. 993.) KARSLAKE (W. H.)—Aids to the Study of Logic: being an Attempt to exhibit a Simpler View of the Science. By W. H. Karslake. 8vo. pp. 112, cloth, 5s. 6d.... [5885 KING (The) of the Golden River, or the Black Brothers, a Legend; and Styria illustrated. By Doyle. New edition, square, pp. 60, boards, 2s. 6d. [5886 KNOWLEDGE and DUTY: Two more "Tracts for the Times." By a Sussex Pastor. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 70, sewed, 1s.. [5887 KOSSUTH in England: his Speeches, Progress, Reception of the Public Deputations, Addresses to the Americans and French, Biography, and Exposition of his Principles. 8vo. pp. 80, sewed, 4d..... .[5888 LAING (J.)-Journal of a Residence in Norway in 1834, 1835, and 1836. 2 Parts in 1 vol. sq. cl. 2s. 6d......[5889 (Traveller's Library.) LEASK (W.) The True Christian: a Book of Consolation for the Afflicted. By W. Leask. 12mo. pp. 160, cloth, 2s. 6d.. ..[5890 LLOYD'S Greek Testament. New edition, fcp. 8vo. pp. 718, boards, 2s. 6d... [5891 LODGE (E.)-The Peerage of the British Empire. By E. Lodge. Royal 8vo. pp. 690, cloth, 31s. 6d. .[5892 LONGFELLOW (H. W.) Poetical Works. 12mo. pp. 560, . [5893
cloth, 68. LONGFELLOW (H. W.)-The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. With numerous original Illustrations. Square, pp. 460, cloth, 6s. 6d.... . [5894 LYNCH (Mrs. H.)-Stories from the Gospels. By Mrs. H. Lynch. Square, 16mo. cl. reduced to 1s. 6d.... [5895 LYRA CHRISTIANA: Poems on Christianity and the Church, original and selected, from Robert Montgomery. 32mo. pp. 300, cloth, 4s. .[5896
M'CULLOCH (J. R.)—A Treatise on the Circumstances which Determine the Rate of Wages and the Condition of the Labouring Classes. By J. R. M'Culloch. 12mo. pp. 116, cloth, 3s. 6d.. ..[5897 (Vide Adv. 1062.) M'EWEN (W.)-Essay on the Types. By M'Neil. 3d edit. 12mo. cloth, 28. [5898 M'INTOSH (M. J.)-Evenings at Donaldson Manor. By M. J. M'Intosh. 12mo. cl. reduced to 2s.; gilt, 3s.[5899 M'LEOD (W.)-Explanatory English Grammar for Beginners. 18mo. Part 2, sewed, 4d.; Part 4, 6d..... [5900 (Gleig's School Series.) MACGILLIVRAY (J.)-Narrative of the Voyage of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, during the Years 1846-50, including Discoveries and Surveys in New Guinea, the Louisiade, Archipelago, &c. ; to which is added the Account of Mr. E. B. Kennedy's Expedition for the Exploration of Cape York Peninsula. By John Macgillivray, F.R.G.S. 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 760, cloth, 36s.. [5901 MACKINTOSH (S.)-Scripture Difficulties: Predestination. By Simon Mackintosh, M.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 86, cloth, 1s. .[5902 MAHON (Lord).-History of England, from the Peace of Utrecht. By Lord Mahon. Vols. 5 and 6, 8vo. pp. 1300, cloth, 30s.... ..[5903
(Vide Adv. 928.) MAMMA'S Lessons for her Little Boys and Girls. 11th edit. cloth, plain, 2s. 6d.; coloured, 3s. 6d. [5904 MANUAL (A) of Hebrew Verbs. 8vo. pp. 40, cl. 3s.. [5905 MANUAL of Geographical Science, Mathematical, Physical, Historical, and Descriptive. By Rev. M. O'Brien, D. T. Ansted, J. R. Jackson, and C. G. Nicolay. Part 1, 8vo. pp. 362, cloth, 10s. 6d... ..[5906
(Vide Adv. 1047.) MARTIN (S.)-The Useful Arts, their Birth and Development. Edited for the Young Men's Christian Association. By Samuel Martin. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 400, cloth, 3s. 6d... ..[5907
(Vide Adv. 1012.) MAY (F.)-Empyrean: and other Poems. By Francis May. Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d... .[5908 MAYHEW (The Brothers).-Acting Charades; or, Deeds not Words: a Christian Game. Illustrated by H. G. Hine. New edit. square, pp. 152, cloth, 5s.. [5909 MERLET (P. F.)-French Synonymes Explained in Alphabetical Order: with copious Examples. By P. F. Merlet. 12mo. pp. 148, cloth, 2s. 6d.. [5910
A Dictionary of Difficulties. By P. F. Merlet. 3d edit. 12mo. pp. 520, bound, 6s. 6d. [5911 MIMPRISS (R.) The Treasury Harmony of the Four Evangelists. Vol. 2, post 8vo. 10s. 6d. 2 vols. complete, [5912
(Vide Adv. 1018.) MEDWIN (T. R.)-Sermons preached at the Chapel of the Guild of the Holy Cross, Stratford-upon-Avon. By the Rev. T. R. Medwin, M.A. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 262, cl. 58.[5913 MORELL (T.)-Papa and Mama's Easy Lessons in Arithmetic. By T. Morell. 12mo. with illustrations, pp. 76, sewed, 1s.; cloth, 1s. 6d.... [5914 MORTON (J. L.)-Rich Farming, and Co-operation between Landlord and Tenant, necessitous Expedients in the Present Agricultural Depression. By J. L. Morton. 2d edit. 8vo. pp. 38, sewed, Is. [5915 MOSELY (H.)- Astro-Theology. By the Rev. Henry Mosely. 3d edition, post svo. pp. 140, cloth, 3s. .[5916 MOUNSEY (A. B.)-The Dream: and other Poems. By Archibald B. Mounsey. Post Svo. (Rochdale), pp. 176, cloth, 4s.. .[5917 NAPIER (W.)-History of General Sir C. Napier's Administration of Scinde and Campaign in the Ceatchee Hills. By Lieut. General Sir W. Napier. 8vo. with maps, pp. 412, cloth, 18s... [5918 (Vide Adv. 992.) NAUTICAL (THE) MAGAZINE, for 1851. 8vo. boards, 13s. 6d. .[5919 NOAD (H. M.)-Chemistry in connection with Agriculture. By H. M. Noad. 8vo. pp. 120, cloth, 38..... [5920 NUGENT (E.)-Gleanings for the New Year. By Edmund Nugent, Esq. Fcp. pp. 48, cloth, 2s.. (5921 OATE (G.)-Interest Tables at 5 per Cent. in which are shewn the Interest of any Sum from 1 to 10,000. By George Oate. New edit. 4to. half-bound, 21s...... [5922 ODLING (J.)-A Record of Divine Grace, in a brief Account of Mr. Joseph Odling, who fell asleep in Jesus, April 21, 1851 also by his own pen, a few Remembrances of a departed Sister. Post 8vo. pp. 104, cl. 1s. 6d.. [5923 OLIVE LEAF (The) for 1851. 24mo. pp. 382, cl. 1s. 6d. [5924 ORNSBY (G.)—Sketches of Durham: being an Attempt to indicate to the Stranger some of the most prominent objects of interest in that place and Neighbourhood. Illustrated by Historical, Biographical, and Architectural Notices. By the Rev. G. Ornsby. Svo. Durham), cloth, .(... .[5925 OUR Sister Lillie. Illustrated, with plates, from Designs by Mrs. Lees. The Poetry by her Sister. Square, pp. 20, sewed, 1s. [5926 PALMONI: an Essay on the Chronological and Numerical Systems in Use among the Ancient Jews. To which is added, an Appendix, containing an Examination of the Assyrian, Egyptian, and other Ancient Chronographies, &c. 8vo. pp. 694, cloth, 25s... [5927 PARNELL (E. A)-Elements of Chemical Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative, By Edward Andrew Parnell. New edition, 8vo. pp. 530, cloth, 9s...... . [5928
PENROSE (J.)-Fifty-four Sermons for Sunday Readings in Families. By J. Penrose. Svo. pp. 498, cloth,
[5929 (Vide Adv. (1057). PERSEUS and his Philosophies. Post 8vo. pp. 300, cloth, 8s. 6d.. .[5930 PFEIFFER (IDA.)—A Lady's Voyage round the World. Translated from the German by Mrs. P. Sinnett. 2 parts in 1 vol. square cloth, 2s. 6d... (Traveller's Library.)
(Vide Adv. 930.) PFEIFFER (IDA).—A Lady's Travels round the World. By W. Hazlitt. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. [5932 (Popular Library.) PILKINGTON (M.)-General Dictionary of Painters; with Introduction by A. Cunningham. New edition, by R. A. Davenport. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. ..[5933
STUART(M.)—A Grammar of the New Testament Dialect. By M. Stuart. 2d edition, corrected. 8vo. (New York), pp. 212, cloth, 12s...... ...[5958 SUBORDINATE Standards and other Authoritative Documents of the Free Church of Scotland. 12mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 480, cloth, 2s. 6d. ; common pap. 1s.'9d.[5959 (Vide Adv. 993.) SURENNE (G.)-A Dictionary of the French and English Languages, in 2 Parts; with a Vocabulary of Proper Names. By Gabriel Surenne. 18mo. (Edinburgh), pp. 560, bound, 5s. [5960 SWARBECK (L. D.)-Sketches in Scotland. By L. D. Swarbeck. Folio, reduced to 36s. ..[5961 TACITUS.-Germania of Tacitus; with Ethnological Dissertation and Notes. By R. G. Latham. 8vo. pp. 170, cloth, 12s. 6d. [5962 TAYLER (C. B.)-Mark Wilton, the Merchant's Clerk. By C. B. Tayler. New edition, 12mo. pp. 260, cloth, 6s. .[5963 TAYLOR (G. H.)—Notes and Lessons on the Geography and History of Palestine. By George Henry Taylor. 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 2s. 6d. [5964 THEOLOGICAL (THE) CRITIC. Edited by the Rev. T. K. Arnold. Vol. 1, 1851, 8vo. cloth, 16s. 6d. .[5965 THORNTON (E.)-History of British India. By Edward Thornton. 6 vols. 8vo. cloth, reduced to 48s.... .[5966 TITUS before Jerusalem, and other Poems. Fcp. 8vo. (Bath), pp. 372, cloth, 5s... [5967 TURF (THE). By Nimrod. 12mo. sewed, 1s. 6d. .. [5968
(Vide Adv 1042.) (Murray's Readings for the Rail.) TWELVE Christmas Carols. Sinall 4to. sewed, 2s. 6d. [5969 TWO PATHS (THE): a Tale for the Times; with a Preface by the Hon. and Rev. H. M. Villiers. 12mo. cloth, . (Vide Adv. 1012.).. (5970 TYNG (S. H.)-A Lamb from the Flock. By S. H. Tyng, D.D. 18mo. (New York), pp. 58, cloth, 2s. .[5971 (Vide Adv. 1048.) URWICK (W.)-The Triple Crown; or, the Power, Course, and Doom of the Papacy. By W. Urwick. 12mo. (Dub lin), pp. 470, cloth, 5s. (Vide Adv. 1044.)
.[5972 WALSHE (A.)--A Catechism and Handbook on Regimental Standing Orders. By Anthony Walshe. 8vo. pp. 310, cloth, 10s. .[5373 WATKINS' Commercial and General London Directory and Court Guide for 1852. Royal Svo. cloth, 19s. 6d.; half-bound, 34s. 6d. ..[5974 WEEKLY (THE) VISITOR. Edited by the Rev. R. Bickersteth. Vol. 2, July to Dec. 1851. 8vo. pp. 420, cloth, 48. 6d. ..[5975 WELLINGTON (DUKE OF) -- Despatches and General Orders, Selections from. By Lieut.-Col. Gurwood. New edition, royal 8vo. pp. 1020, cloth, 18s. .[5976 WHATELY (ABP.)-Selections of English Synonyms. By Archbishop Whately. 2d edition, 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, 3s... (Vide Adv. 1076) [3977 WHEELER (J. H.)-Historical Sketches of North Carolina, from 1584 to 1851. Compiled from Original Records, Official Documents, and Traditional Statements; with Biographical Sketches of her distinguished States. men, Jurists, Divines, Lawyers, Soldiers, &c. By John H. Wheeler. 8vo. (Philadelphia), pp. 494, with engrav ings, cloth, 148. [5978 WHEWELL (DR.)-Inaugural Lecture: the General Bear ing of the Great Exhibition on the Progress of Arts and Sciences. By Dr. Whewell. 12mo. sewed, 6d. [5979 WHISPER (A) for the Nursery, a Word for the School Room, &c. 12mo. pp. 200, cloth, reduced to 2s. 6d. [5980 WICKES (T.)-An Exposition of the Apocalypse, in a Series of Discourses. By Thomas Wickes. 12mo. (New York), pp. 430, cloth, Ss......
(Vide Adv. 1048).
(Vide Adv. 1048).
[5981 WILEY (C. H.)-North Carolina Reader; containing a History and Description of North Carolina, Selections in Prose and Verse, by eminent Citizens of the States and others, Historical and Chronological Tables, and a variety of Miscellaneous Information and Statistics. By C. H. Wiley. Small 8vo. (Philadelphia), pp. 360, with engravings, 7s. [5962 (Vide Adv. 1048.) WILLIAMS (W. R.)-Lectures on the Lord's Prayer. By William R. Williams. 12mo. (Boston, U.S.), pp. 256, cloth, 6s. .. (Vide Adv. 1048.).. .[5983 By WISNER (W.)-Incidents in the Life of a Pastor. William Wisner, D.D. 12mo. (New York), pp. 316, . [598+ WORKING MAN'S (THE) Housekeeping Book for 1852 cloth, 6s. 6d. 12mo. sewed, 6d... ..[5985 YOUATT (W.)-Complete Grazier. By W. Youatt. 9th edition, by M. A. Youatt. 8vo, pp. 712, cloth, 18s. [5986 (Vide Adv. 1074.) YOUNG (J.)-Scripture Natural History. By the Rev. J. Young. 12mo. pp. 70, sewed, Is.....
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