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LONDON: MARCH 1, 1851.







The ANNUAL CATALOGUE will be ready for publication on the 10th inst. price 2s. 6d.

THE BOOKSELLERS' PROVIDENT INSTITUTION, AND PROVIDENT RETREAT.-It is with sincere satisfac tion we revert to the fact of the successful state of the funds of these Institutions, and of the good management arising out of the constitution and laws which characterise them. The Annual Meeting of the Subscribers to THE RETREAT was held at the Albion Tavern (by the kindness of the Messrs. Staples) on Friday, the 21st ult., when Mr. Reader, Mr. W. C. Blundell, and Mrs. Sophia Whittemore, were elected inmates, and the Treasurer's Account showed a balance at the bankers of £16. 4s. 3d.; and in the hands of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, on the 31st of December last, £43. 3s. 4d.; in addition to which there is at present invested in 3 per Cent. Consols the sum of £750 towards a permanent fund, the annual dividend on which is appropriated to the current expenses of the buildings, &c. As the annual subscriptions are very small in number, donations towards the establishment of a sufficient permanent fund are earnestly solicited by the Treasurer, Thomas Brown, Esq., who will kindly take charge of the same, and from time to time see to the investment of the amount.

The Annual Meeting of the Members of THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTION will be held at the same place on Thursday, the 13th instant, at Seven o'clock in the evening, for nominating the various Officers for the year ensuing. The Ballot will take place (if found necessary) at 60, Paternoster Row, on Thursday, the 20th instant, from the hours of six to eight in the evening. The Auditors' report of the account with the Treasurer shows the gratifying fact that there is a balance in his hands of £54. 16s. 7d.; in the hands of the Commissioners of the National Debt on Dec. 31 last, £19,272. 16s. 8d. This sum far exceeds the expectations of the most sanguine friends of the Institutions at this early period of their existence. As a Provident Institution, and taking into consideration the advantages resulting to members who may, from time to time, by sickness or other unforeseen causes, require aid, it is astonishing there are not many more applications from the younger branches of those connected with the Trade, who ought to appreciate the benefits derivable from being admitted to participate in the benefits of such an Institution, and with the security of such an amount of funds, which cannot be lessened by any vote of the Directors or Managing Committee.

THE near approach of the period for opening the GREAT EXHIBITION has caused Mr. Murray to announce one or two additions to his useful Hand-book Library, with the view especially of assisting our expected numerous visitors. The first is LONDON AS IT IS-a pocket hand-book for the metropolis: being a complete guide to all the sights, public buildings, places of amusement, &c., with useful hints to visitors and foreigners. Second-LONDON PAST AND PRESENT; giving a more detailed history of the origin and antiquities of every thing worthy of notice in the metropolis. THIRD-THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON - a hand-book for travellers or residents, arranged in alphabetical order; with hints for excursions by rail, steam, and road (the two last are by Mr. PETER CUNNINGHAM). Fourth-MURRAY'S OFFICIAL HANDBOOK; being an authentic directory to the public offices, &c.

MESSES. BINNS AND GOODWIN intend to contribute to the GREAT EXHIBITION a most superbly bound copy of Mr. HANHAM's interesting work-NATURAL HISTORY OF THE BRITISH GRASSES; - also, a copy of MICHAELO AND THE TWINS, splendidly bound in blue watered silk-the attractive novelty of the coloured engravings (each of which goes through eleven different workings) entitling it to that distinction. THE new and cheap issue of Dr. ADAM CLARKE'S COMMENTARY ON THE HOLY SCRIPTURES is now completed, in six volumes, imperial octavo.

MR. PEAKE, author of THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE, was employed as private secretary to Lord Ponsonby while ambassador at Vienna.

ANDERSON (W.)-The Mass. By William Anderson, | LL D. Fcp. 8vo. (Glasgow), pp. 172, cloth, 2s. 6d. [1058 (Vide Adv. 190.)



AINSWORTH'S Historical Romances and Tales; in 12 vols. Vol. 2-Rookwood. By W. Harrison Ainsworth, Esq. 12mo. pp. 296, boards, Is. 6d. .. [1059

APOSTOLICAL SUCCESSION.-Letter to the Rev. John Cumming; occasioned by a passage in the Sermon preached before the Queen. By Presbyter. 8vo. (Manchester), pp. 16, sewed, 6d... ..[1060 ARNOLD (T. K.)-The Oration of Demosthenes on the Crown. Edited, from the Text of Baiter and Sauppe, with English Notes and Grammatical References, by the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold, M.A. 12mo. pp. 14, cloth. 4s. 6d. [1061

(Vide Adv. 208.)


ARTHUR (T. S)-Insubordination; or, the Shoemaker's Daughter: an American Story of Real Life. By T. S. Arthur. In 2 parts. 32mo. pp. 320, sewed, 1s. 4d.; cl. .[1062 BANCROFT (G.)-History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent. By George Bancroft. Vol. 1, 12mo. pp. 544, cloth, 2s. 6d. .... [1063 (Popular Library.) BARD (The) of the Dales; or, Poems and Miscellaneous Pieces, partly in the Yorkshire Dialect. By John Castillo. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 184, cloth, 2s. ..¡1064 BEECHER (H. W.)-Lectures to Young Men on various Important Subjects. By the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. With an Introduction by the Rev. O. T. Dobbin, LL.D. 12mo. pp. 216, cloth, 2s. 6d. ..[1065 (Vide Adv. 190.)

BELGIAN RAILWAYS, History of: in Numbers. No. 1--The State Lines, and Namur and Liege Railway. By a Resident in Belgium. 12mo. pp. 50, sewed, 8d... [1066

BERLYN (P.)-A Popular Narrative of the Origin, History, Progress, and Prospects of the Great Industrial Exhibition, 1851. By Peter Berlyn. 18mo. pp. 186, boards, 2s. 6d. .....[1067 BILLINGS (R. W.)-The Power of Form applied to Geometric Tracery: One Hundred Designs, and their Foundations, resulting from One Diagram. By Robert William Billings. Royal 8vo. pp. 26, cloth, 7s. 6d. .... [1068

BIRMINGHAM and Midland Gardeners' Magazine, under the superintendence of C. J. Perry and J. Cole. No. 1. roy. 8vo. sewed, 18. [1069 BODEN (J.)-A Simple and Elementary Mode of Teaching the French Language. By Jacques Boden. 12mo. pp. 116, and table of verbs, sewed, 2s. 6d............... [1070 BOYS (R.)-Primitive Obliquities; or, a Review of the Epistles of the New Testament in reference to prevailing Offences in the Church. By the Rev. Richard Boys. 12mo. pp. 224, cloth, 3s. 6d. .............[1071 | BROAD LINE DRAWING BOOK, for the use of Young Children. Oblong, cloth, plain, 4s.; col❜d, 7s. 6d.. [1072 (Vide Adv. 134.)

BUTLER (S.)-An Atlas of Ancient and Modern Geography. By Samuel Butler, D.D., late Lord Bishop of Lichfield. New Edition, re-engraved; with Corrections. Edited by the Author's Son. 8vo. 23 maps and index, half-bound, 128.. ..[1073

(Vide Adv. 184.)

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A Sketch of Ancient and Modern Geography; for the use of Schools. By Samuel Butler. New Edition, revised by the Rev. Thomas Butler. 8vo. pp. 430, cl. 9s... [1075 (Vide Adv. 184.)

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CAMBIER (G.)-A Grammar of the French Tongue; prepared, by authority, for the use of the Senior and Junior NEVDepartments of the Royal Military College at Sandhurst. By G. Cambier. 12mo. pp. 312, roan, 5s........... [1076 (Vide Adv. 203.)

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Recueil en Prose et en Vers de Morceaux tirés des Meilleurs Auteurs Français. By G. Cambier. 12mo. pp. 352, roan, 58. [1077 (Vide Adv. 203.)

CATECHISM on Gospel History; for our National and Sunday Schools, and for Private Schools and Families. Part 1, fcp. 8vo. sewed, 6d.... .... [1078 CHAMBERS'S Papers for the People. Vol. 7, post 8vo. boards, 1s. 6d... . [1079

(Vidé Adv. 194.)

CHAPLAIN'S Twenty-seventh Report of the Preston House of Correction, presented to the Magistrates of Lancashire. Svo. (Preston), pp. 88, 2 plates, sewed, 2s. 6d. .... [1080

CLARKE (A.)-Holy Bible; with Commentary and Critical Notes. Vol. 6, roy. Svo. cloth, 10s. 6d.............[1081 (Vide Adv. 209.)

CLARKSON (W.)-India and the Gospel; or, an Empire for the Messiah, by the Rev. William Clarkson. With Prefatory Remarks. By the Rev. T. Archer. 3d edit. post 8vo. pp. 354, cloth, 6s...... .... [1082

CLAYTON (C.)-Parochial Sermons preached at Chatham and Rochester. By the Rev. Charles Clayton. 2d edit. post 8vo. pp. 378, cloth, 6s......... ...... [1083 COCHRANE (J.)-Discourses on some of the most Difficult Texts of Scripture. By the Rev. James Cochrane. 12mo. (Edinb.), pp. 378, cloth, 5s..... [1084 COLENSO (J. W.)-Plane Trigonometry, Part 1; with the Use of Logarithms. By the Rev. J. W. Colenso, M.A. 12mo. pp. 132, boards, 3s. 6d.... . [1085 (Vide Adv. 203.)

COOPER (J. A.) - The Sunday School Senior Class: an Essay. By J. A. Cooper. 12mo. pp. 94, cl. 1s. 6d. [1086 COTTON-SPINNERS' and Managers' Assistant. 12mo. (Bolton), pp. 62, sewed, 1s..... .. [1087

COURT ETIQUETTE.-A Guide to Intercourse with Royal or Titled Persons, to Drawing Rooms, Levees, Courts, and Audiences, &c. By a Man of the World. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 215, cloth, 48. 6d. ..... [1089

CURTIS (H.)-Beauties of the Rose; containing Portraits of the Principal Varieties of the Cheapest Perpetuals, with Plain Instructions for their Cultivation. By Henry Curtis. Vol. 1, 4to. pp. 37, cloth, 188. ...... ... [1089 DAHOMEY and the DAHOMANS: being the Journals of Two Missions to the King of Dahomey, and Residence at his Capital in the years 1849 and 1850. By Frederick E. Forbes. 2 vols. post 8vo. pp. 480, cloth, 21s....... [1090 (Vide Adv. 203.)

4to. 51 maps, copious index, half-bound, 24s. ... [1074 EXILES (The) of LUCERNA; or, the Sufferings of the (Vide Adv. 184.) Waldenses during the Persecution of 1686. Post 8vo. pp. 196, cloth, reduced to 48........... . [1096 FABER (G. S)-Papal Infallibility: a Letter to a Dignitary of the Church of Rome, in reply to a Communication received from him. By G. S. Faber, B.D. 8vo. pp. 34, sewed, 18.... ..[1097


DONALD (J.)—Land Drainage: Embankment and Irrigation. By James Donald, Civil Engineer. (Forming a Volume of Richardson's Rural Handbooks.) 12mo. pp. 146, sewed, 18...... ... [1091 DUNCAN (J. F.)-God in Disease; or, the Manifestations of Design in Morbid Phenomena. By James F. Duncan. 12mo. pp. 210, cloth, 3s. 6d. ... [1092 EDWARDS (J.)—A First Greek Reader, from the German of Jacobs; with English Notes by Joseph Edwards. 4th edit. 12mo. pp. 312, cloth, 4s. .... [1093

ESSAY on the Agriculture of West Cumberland, to which the Premium offered by the Rev. Canon Parkinson was awarded, Oct. 4, 1850. Royal 8vo. (Whitehaven), sewed, 2s. 6d. ....... [1094

EVERGREEN (The): a Selection of Religious and Preceptive Poetry. 12mo. pp. 252, cl. reduced to 3s. 6d... [1095

FERNLEY MANOR a Novel. By Mrs. Mackenzie Daniels. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 990, bds. 31s. 6d..... [1098 (Vide Adv. 199.)

FESTIVAL of the Sons of the Clergy.-Report of the Anniversary of the Festival for the year 1850, and the Sermon preached in St. Paul's, May 16, 1850, by the Ven. C. Musgrave, D.D. 8vo. pp. 74, sewed, 1s. 6d. ...... [1099

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FEW (A) Plain Hints upon the Formation of Choirs and the Selection of Music in Parish Churches; together with a List of the best Psalm Tunes and Chants. 8vo. pp. 20, sewed, 15...... ..[1100 FISK (G.)-A Seven-fold Aspect of Popery. By the Rev. George Fisk. 12mo. pp. 346, cloth, 48............. ..[1101 FRANCIS (G.)-Chemistry for Students; being an Abridg. ment of Chemical Experiments. By G. Francis. Abridged and revised by W. White. 12mo. pp. 152, illustrations, cloth, 4s. ....[1102 GAILHABAUD (J.)-Architecture du Ve au XVI. Siècle, et les Arts qui en dépendent. No. 1, royal 4to. 2s.. [1103 (Vide Adv. 51.)

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HAKEWILL (E. C.)-The Temple: an Essay on the Ark, the Tabernacle, and the Temple of Jerusalem; showing the Correspondence of their Forms with those of Classical Architecture. By Edward Charles Hakewill. Roy. 8vo. pp. 124, cloth, 158.....

..[1112 HANSARD (T. C.)-The Art of Printing; its History and Practice from the days of John Guttenberg. Post 8vo. pp. 242, cloth, 2s. 6d. [1113 (Encyclopædia Britannica Treatise.) HARRY'S HOLIDAY; or, the Doings of one who had nothing to do. By Jeffreys Taylor. New edition, revised, ismo. pp. 122, boards, Is. .[1114 (Favorite Library.) HAZLITT (W.)-The Classical Gazetteer: a Dictionary of Ancient Geography, Sacred and Profane. By William Hazlitt. Post Svo. cloth, 8s. 6d. .................. .....[1115 HAY (D. R.)- The Geometric Beauty of the Human Figure defined; to which is prefixed a System of Esthetic Proportion applicable to Architecture and the other Formative Arts. By D. R. Hay. 4to. pp. 82, cloth, 30s. [1116

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(Vide Adv. 159.) HEMMING (G. W.)-First Book on Plane Trigonometry; comprising Geometrical Trigonometry, and its application to Surveying with numerous Examples for the Use of Schools. By G. W. Hemming. 12mo. pp. 144, cloth, .[1119 (Vide Adv. 219.) HOARE (W.)-Shamrock Leaves; or, Tales and Sketches of Ireland. By Mrs. Hoare. 12mo. with Engravings, PP. 238, cloth, 2s. 6d..... . [1120

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HORT (Capt.)-The late Case of Maltreatment, by Capt. Hort, of a Junior Officer. 8vo. (Plymouth), pp. 60, sewed, 1s........ [1122 IONIAN ISLANDS (The) under British Protection. 8vo. sewed, 2s. 6d... ..[1123 IRISH QUARTERLY REVIEW. No. 1, 8vo. (Dublin), sewed, 2s. 6d. . .....[1124 JERNINGHAM (A. W.)—Remarks on the Means of Directing the Fire of Ships' Broadsides; with a proposed Method of Controlling and Delivering a simultaneous Converging Fire: with explanatory Plates. By Arthur Wm. Jerningham. 8vo. pp. 82, cloth, 7s. 6d. . [1125 JOHNSON (C. W.)-On the Fertilizers. By Cuthbert W. Johnson. 3d edition, 8vo. pp. 490, cloth, 8s.......[1126


JOYCE (E. D.)- How Half a Million of the Surplus should be invested for the Benefit of England and her Colonies By E. D. Joyce. 8vo. sewed, 1s... .[1127 KNIGHT (C.) Pictorial Half Hours. Vol. 3, crown 4to. cloth, 3s. 6d.... .[1128 Translated from the 4to. illustrated with boards, 2s. 6d. [1129

LAUGHTER BOOK for Little Folks. German by Madame de Chatelain. 18 large coloured comic engravings, (Vide Adv. 134.) LAURIE (J.)-Tables of Exchange between Paris, Bordeaux, Marseilles, Havre, Lyons, Ghent, Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp, Genoa, and London; being French Money reduced into English, and English Money reduced into French, &c. By James Laurie. 2d edit. 8vo. pp. 308, cloth, 12s. 6d..... ..[1130 LEAKE (W. M.)-Greece at the end of Twenty-three Years' Protection. By William Martin Leake, F.R.S. 8vo. pp. 20, sewed 6d............ ..[1131 LECTURES to Young Men on their Educational, Moral, and Religious Improvement, delivered in Glasgow by Ministers of various denominations: with Lectures to Young Men, founded on the History of Joseph. By Wm. B. Sprague. New edition, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. pp. 656, cloth, 3s. 6d. ....[1132 LIVES of the Popes, from the Rise of the Romish Church to the Age of Gregory VII. Part 1, pp. 204, 6d. fancy paper cover; ditto, cloth boards, gilt edges, 10d... [1133 (Religious Tract Society Monthly Volume, Vol. 64.)


LOCHEE (A.)-An Address to the Students of the Missionary College of St. Augustine, at Canterbury, preparatory to their commencing the study of Practical Medicine. By Alfred Lochee, M.D. 8vo. (Canterbury), pp. 22, sewed, 1s. [1134 LONGFELLOW (H. W.)-Hyperion and Kavanagh. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 18mo. pp. 380, cloth, 28. 1135 LORGNETTE (THE); or, Studies of the Town. By an Opera Goer. 2d edition, post 8vo. (New York), pp. (08, cloth, 12s.... [1136 LOUIS PHILIPPE (The Public and Private Life of), from his Birth to the close of his Reign. By L. G. Michaud. Translated by Mons. V. L. Chemeny. 8vo. pp. 400, cl. 12s. [1137 MADAM DORRINGTON of the Dene: the History of a Life. By William Howitt. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 966, boards, 318. 6d. [1138

(Vide Adv. 192.)

MAHOGANY TREE (The): its Botanical Characters, Qualities, and Uses; with Practical Suzgestions for Cutting, &c. An Appendix in favour of the use of Mahogany for the building of first class vessels. With Illustrations and a Map. 8vo. pp. 120, cloth, 5s.. .....[1139 MAHON (Lord).-The Forty-Five: being a Narrative of the Rebellion of 1745. By Lord Mahon. (Extracted from his History of England.) To which are added, Letters of Prince Charles Stuart; from the unpublished Stuart Papers at Windsor. Post Svo. pp. 160, cl. 3s.[1140 (Vide Adv. 191.)

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MAMMA'S Own Story Book. seed without Chickweed," &c.

By the Author of "ChickSquare, pp. 128, cl. 2s. 6d.

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MARSHALL (W.)-A Collection of Anthems used in the
Cathedral and Collegiate Churches of England and Wales.
By Wm. Marshall. 2d edit. 12mo. pp. 320 cl. 3s. [1142
MARTIN (J. C.)-The Revelation of St. John briefly ex-
plained. By Mrs. J. C. Martin. 12mo. pp. 254, cl. 4s.

[1143 MAYO (H.)- The Philosophy of Living. By Herbert Mayo. 3d edition, revised, 12mo. pp. 290, cloth, 58. [1144 (Vide Adv. 160.)

M'CLINTOCK (L.)-A Volume of Divinity for Young
Students: being an Analysis of Scripture, a Summary of
Prophecy, &c. By the Rev. Loury M'Clintock. 12mo.
(Dublin), pp. 170, cloth, 4s...

Index to the First Thirty-three Volumes of the. Pub-
lished by the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of
London. 8vo. pp. 316, cloth.....
tirely new edition, with illustrative woodcuts, 12mo. pp.
690, cloth, 5s.

(Vide Adv. 161.)

MOODY (H.)-Notes and Essays, Archæological, Histo-
rical, and Typographical, relating to the Counties of
Hants and Wilts. By Henry Moody. 12mo. (Winches-
ter), cloth, 5s.....
.... [1148
MOORE (G. B.)-The Principles of Colour applied to De-
corative Art. By G. B. Moore. 12mo. pp. 78, cl. 2s. 6d.
(Vide Adv. 219.)
MYLNE (G. W.)-Intercessory Prayer, its Duties and
Effects By G. W. Mylne. 2d Thousand. 18mo. pp.
108, cloth, sewed, 1s.....
NEISON (F. G. P.)-Observations on Odd Fellow and
Friendly Societies. By F. G. P. Neison. 13th edition,
8vo. pp. 88, sewed, 2s. 6d.
NOVELLO'S Glee-Hive: a collection of popular Glees and
Madrigals in Vocal Score, with ad lib. accompaniment
for the Pianoforte. Vol. 1, royal 8vo. pp. 180, cloth, 8s.
ORD (W.) Every Mother's Book.-On the Prevention and
Cure of Diseases incidental to Mothers and Children. By
William Ord, M.D. 12mo. sewed, 1s. ...
. [1153
(Vide Adv. 62.)
OVID.-Selections from the Fasti and Tristia of Ovid, col-
lated with the best texts. and revised by Prof. Pillans.
18mo. (Edinb.), pp. 108, cloth, 18.
OXFORD University Calendar, 1851. 12mo. bds. 6s.[1155


A CALM REVIEW of the late Protestant Panic: a se-
cond Letter to the Bishop of London. By a Layman.
4th edition, fcp. 8vo. pp. 82, sewed, Is.
BLACKLEY (Rev. W.)-A Pastoral Letter to a Rural
Congregation; with peculiar reference to the special
danger of the times. By the Rev. W. Blackley, B.A.
8vo. pp. 36, 1s.............
DAVIS (G. H.)-Rome; its Temper and its Teachings:
in Six Lectures. By George Henry Davis. Fcp. 8vo.
(Bristol), pp. 170, boards, Is. 6d.
ELLIS (W.)-Village Lectures on Popery; exhibiting
the Chief Doctrines of Romanism, and illustrating
some of its Practices, by Personal Observations made
during a Residence in Rome. By the Rev. William
Ellis. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 232, cloth, 3s. 6d.
(Vide Adv. 190.)
M'CAUL.-The Bill Worse than the Bull: a Letter to
the Very Rev. Gilbert Elliott, D.D. Dean of Bristol. By
the Rev. Dr. M'Caul. 12mo. sewed, 1d.. ...[1160
MaGILL (Rev. D.)-Rome Reviewed, not as a strictly
Spiritual, but a Worldly Power.-Lecture 2, delivered
on Sunday Evening, Dec. 1. By the Rev. D. MaGill.
Svo. (Edinburgh), pp. 421, sewed, 1s....... [1161
PAPAL PRANK (The): a Serio-Burlesque. Dedicated
without permission to Cardinal Wiseman. 8vo. sewed,
is. 6d......
ROMISH RITES, Offices, and Legends; or, Authorized
Superstitions and Idolatries of the Church of Rome.
Literally translated and compiled from the authorized
editions of Roman Catholic Works. By the Rev. M. W.
Foye, M.A. 2d edition, post 8vo. pp. 418, cl. 6s. [1163



RUSSELL (LORD JOHN.)- The Speech of the Right Hon. Lord John Russell on the Papal Aggression, delivered in the House of Commons on Friday, Feb. 7th; with an Appendix. 8vo. pp. 48, sewed, ls. .[1164 SERMONS:


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MOLESWORTH.-The Trumpet of Nehemiah: on the Real Causes and Right Preventives of the danger indicated by the Papal Aggression. By I. E. N. Molesworth. 8vo. (Manchester), pp. 16, sd. 1d.[1165 MUEHLEISEN (REV. J.)-Popish Conspiracy against the Civil and Religious Liberty of Great Britain; preached at the Parish Church, Brewood. 2d edi. tion, 8vo. pp. 44, sewed, 6d. ..[1166 URWICK (W.)-A Voice from an Outpost. Two Sermons on the Papal Aggression. By William Urwick. 12mo. pp. 48, sewed, 4d.; fine paper, 6d. ......[1167 WORDSWORTH (CHR.)-On Secessions to the Church of Rome. Nos. 14 and 15 of Occasional Sermons. 8vo. sewed, 28. ..[1168 STOWELL(Rev. H.)-Birmingham Protestant Lectures. Lect. 6, Popery the Great Enemy of England; delivered in the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Tuesday Evening, Jan. 21, 1851. 8vo. pp. 24, sewed, 6d... [1169 THE MIDNIGHT CONFERENCE between Westminster Abbey and St. George's Catholic Church overheard by a Protestant Fabulist. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 24, sd. 3d.[1170 TRUE Account of the Gunpowder Plot, extracted from Lingard's and Tierney's Histories of England; with Notes and Remarks. By Vindicator. 8vo. pp. 142, cloth, 3s. 6d. ..[1171 WHAT shall be done with Nicholas Wiseman and his Company? A few Plain Words of Fairness and Consistency, addressed to Members of the House of Commons. By One of the People. Svo. sewed, 6d... [1172 PARKINSON (R.)-The Protestant's Catechism; or, the True Christian's Defence against the Church of Rome. By the Rev. Richard Parkinson. 5th thousand, revised and enlarged. 18mo. pp. 56, sewed, 6d. .[1173 PEILE (T. W.)-Annotations on the Apostolical Epistles. Vol. 3, Thessalonians- Hebrews. 8vo. pp. 446, cloth, .... [1174 PEPYS (S.)-Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.; with Life and Notes. By Richard Lord Braybrooke. 3d edition, enlarged. Vol. 3, post 8vo. pp. 440, cloth, 6s. ... [1175 PHARMACOPOEIA (The) of the King and Queen's College of Physicians in Ireland, 1830. Post Svo. (Dublin), pp. 238, cloth, 10s..... .[1176 PICTORIAL Bible Atlas, 1851. 6 maps, col'd, 2s. ..[1177 PLATONIS PHEDRUS, recensuit Carolus Badham, A.M. 12mo. pp. 66, sewed, 1s. 6d. .[1178 POEMS. By a Prisoner in Bethlehem. Edited by John Perceval, Esq. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 96, cloth, 2s. 6d. .... [1179 PUSEY (E. B.)-A Letter to the Right Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of London, in explanation of some Statements contained in a Letter by the Rev. W. Dodsworth. By the Rev. E. B. Pusey. 2d edition, 18mo. pp. 204, sewed, 1s....... .[1180 RAMSAY (W.)-A Manual of Roman Antiquities, By William Ramsay. Post 8vo. pp. 496, cloth, 8s. 6d. [1181 (Encyclopædia Metropolitana.) REID (D. B.)-Rudiments of Chemistry; with Illustrations of the Chemistry of Daily Life. By D. B. Reid, M.D. 4th edition, fcp. 8vo. pp. 196, cloth, 2s. 6d... [1182 RELATION of Philosophy to Theology, and of Theology to Religion; or, "S. T. Coleridge, his Philosophy and Theology." Reprinted from the "Eclectic Review" for January, 1851. Revised and extended. 8vo. pp. 42, cloth, 1s. ..[1183 (Vide Adv. 190.) REPORTER'S (The) Reading Book (with a Printed Key), being a Compilation of Speeches, Lectures, &c., embracing the Subjects of Divinity, Law, Science, Literature, and Politics. Lithographed in the Third Style of Phonography, by T. A. Reed. Pp. 84, sewed, 2s. 6d.; cloth, ..[1184






RICHINGS (REV. B.)-A few Words on Uniformity in the Performance of the Public Services of the Church of England. By the Rev. B. Richings, M.A. 8vo. pp. 11, sewed, 1d.... ..[1185 RIDLEY (W. H.)-A Plain Tract of Confirmation, explaining the Two Parts of that Holy Ordinance. By the Rev. W. H. Ridley, M.A. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 32, sewed, 4d... [1186 ROBERTON (J.)-Essay and Notes on the Physiology and Diseases of Women, and on Practical Midwifery. By John Roberton. 8vo pp. 542, cloth, 128.... ..[1187 ROGERS (J. G.)-Christianity and its Evidences: a Course of Six Lectures delivered in the Lecture Room, Nelson Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. By the Rev. J. G. Rogers. 12mo. pp. 154, cloth, 28. .1188

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