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Messrs. COLBURN AND Co. have in the press the following New Works:-THE ENGLISH IN AMERICA, by the Author of "Sam Slick," 2 vols.-SCENES FROM SCRIPTURE, by the Rev. GEORGE CROLY, LL.D. 1 vol.-EIGHT YEARS IN PALESTINE and Syria, FROM 1842 TO 1850, by F. A. NEALE, Esq. late attached to the Consular Service in Syria, 2 vols. with Illustrations.-CLARE ABBEY, by the Author of "The Discipline of Life" (LADY EMILY PONSONBY), 2 vols.

BINNS AND GOODWIN have just published a most beautifully got-up volume from the pen of CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, entitled FALSEHOOD AND TRUTH. It is uniform with their previous popular work, "The Morning of Life" (vide Adv. 182).

MISS CATHERINE SINCLAIR, author of "Modern Accomplishments," &c. has just published a collection of Anecdotes and Aphorisms, entitled the KALEIDESCOPE, in one vol. small 8vo.

THE new, complete, and cheaper edition of Professor LIEBIG'S FAMILIAR LETTERS ON CHEMISTRY is this day published by Messrs. Taylor and Co.

MR. PICKERING has just ready for publication, a fine library edition of the WORKS OF MILTON, Prose and Verse, with Life of Milton by Mitford. In these days of boasted cheap literature, it is really a treat to see such a work produced as will do credit to any collection of our sterling authors.

MR. VARTY has just published a new illustrated, general, and elementary PHYSICAL ATLAS, with descriptive letterpress, by Dr. KARL VOGEL, Director of British Schools at Berlin.

A VERY interesting work, by EMILIO DANDOLO, is just ready for publication, translated into English: it gives an authentic narrative of the Organization, Adventures, and final Disbanding of the ITALIAN VOLUNTEERS AND LOMBARD RIFLE BRIGADE IN 1848 AND 1849.

LIBRARY AT CONSTANTINOPLE.-The Turkish government is engaged in forming at the capital a vast public library, to be composed of all the MSS. hitherto dispersed over a great number of collections, even in the provinces, as well as of the most important scientific and art-works published abroad. Not only will this plan afford ample means to the oriental scholar resorting to Constantinople, but will bring forth many rare MSS. and works hitherto hidden in the dust of convents, mosques, &c., all over Turkey.

GOETHE.-When Professor Zahn sojourned in Naples, he took an active part in the excavations of Pompeii-studies which eventually led to the publication of his meritorious work on this subject. At the same time he faithfully reported the progress of these operations to old Goethe. The poet's replies to these communications on the ancient paintings of Pompeii, its theatres, and other buildings, were replete with those sparks of genius he exhibited on every occasion. This rather voluminous correspondence, long laid up at Naples, has been lately recovered, and will be published by Professor Zahn.-Literary Gazette.

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ABBOTT (J.)-Reader, Prose and Verse. 5th edit. 18mo. cloth, 3s. ACCOUNT (An) of the Kenilworth Buffet, with elaborately Carved Relievos, illustrative of Kenilworth Castle in the Elizabethan period. Designed and Manufactured by Cockes and Sons, of Warwick, for the Grand Exhibition of 1851. Imperial 4to. plates, 3s.. .. [3214 ADAMS.-Map of the Environs of London 25 Miles round. 32mo. cloth, 1s. .... [3215 ELFRIC'S Anglo-Saxon and English Homily, by Thomson. 18mo. 5s. . [3216 ÆSCHYLI Tragœdiæ, Greek. 18mo. cloth, advanced to [3217 (Oxford Pocket Classics.)


AHN (Dr.)-Easy and Practical Method of Learning the French Language, adapted to the Use of English Learners. By A. A. First Course. 12mo. (Liverpool), pp. 66, sewed, 1s. 6d.. ..[3218 AINSWORTH'S Historical Romances and Tales, in 12 vols. Vol. 5, Jack Sheppard. 12mo. pp. 300, boards, Is. 6d... [3219

ALEXANDER (J. A.)-Isaiah, Translated and Explained: an Abridgment of the Author's Critical Commentary on Isaiah. By Joseph Addison Alexander. Vol. 1, post Svo. (New York), pp. 397, Ss.... 3220 ALFRED LENNOX; or, Puseyism Unveiled: a Tale for the Times. 18mo. pp. 170, cloth, 1s. 6d. [3221 ALLEN (W.)-Memoir of William Allen. By James Sherman. 12mo. pp. 472, cloth, 8s. 6d.... [3222 ANCIENT (The) BRITONS: a Tale of Primeval Life. 12mo. pp. 330, cloth, 7s. [3223 (Vide Adv. 461.) ARDEN (Rev. G.) Manual of Catechetical Instruction for Public or Private Use. 2d edit. revised, 12mo. cloth, [3224 ARNOLD (T. K.)-The First Hebrew Book. By the Rev. Thos. Kerchever Arnold. 12mo. pp. 240, cl. 7s. 6d. [3225 (Vide Adv. 462.) ARTHUR CONWAY; or, Scenes in the Tropics. By Capt. Milman. 3 vols. post 8vo. pp. 938, bds. 31s. 6d. [3226 (Vide Adv. 432.)


AYTOUN (W. E.)-Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers; and other Poems. By William Edmondstone Aytoun. 4th edit. 12mo. pp. 360, cloth, 7s. 6d... . [3227 BABBAGE (C.)-The Exposition of 1851; or, Views of the Industry, Science, and the Government of England. By Charles Babbage, Esq. 8vo. pp. 248, cl. 6s. 6d..... [3228 BAGH O BAHR.-Translation of the Bagh of Bahar; or, Tales of the Four Darwesh, from the Urdu Tongue of Mir Ammand, of Dihli. By Lewis Ferdinand Smith, New edit. revised and corrected throughout. By Duncan Forbes, LL.D. 8vo. pp. 294, cloth, 10s... . [3229 BAILY (J.)-The Dorking Fowl: Hints for its Management and Feeding for the Table. By John Baily. 12mo. pp. 44, cloth, 1s. 6d. .. [3230 BALLOON (A) View of London (as seen from Hampstead), exhibiting 8 square Miles, showing all the Railway Stations, the Great Crystal Palace, &c. In a case, 6s. [3231 BANKER'S (The) Common Place Book. 12mo. (Boston, U.S.) pp. 13s, cloth, 4s. 6d. ..[3232 BARLOW (Peter).-A Treatise on the Strength of Timber, Cast and Malleable Iron, and other Materials. New edit. revised, by J. F. Heather, and an Essay by the Rev. Robert Willis. 8vo. pp. 530, cloth, 16s. [3233 BAT'S Cricketer's Manual for 1851. Cloth, 1s. 3234 BENNETT (W. J. E.)-The Eucharist: its History, Doctrine, and Practice; with Meditations and Prayers suitable to that Holy Sacrament. By the Rev. William J. E. Bennett. 3d edit. 12mo. pp. 460, cloth, 6s...... [3235 BICKERSTETH (E. H.)-Nineveh: a Poem. 12mo. sd. [3236 BLOOMSURRY LENT LECTURES.- Popish Darkness and Millennial Light: being Lectures delivered during Lent, at St. George's, Bloomsbury. By Twelve Clergymen of the Church of England. With a Preface. By the Rev Edward Auriol. 12mo. pp. 396, cloth, 6s. [3237 (Vide Adv. 452.) BOARDMAN (J. H.)-Arithmetical Exercises. By John H. Boardman, M.A. 12mo. (Cambridge), pp. 54, cloth, 1s. 6d.; with Key, 28. [3238 BOHN'S Classical Catalogue; con prising all the Principal Editions of the Greek and Latin Classics, Translations, and Commentaries, with prices annexed. Royal . [3239 Vide Adv. 366.) BRADSHAW'S Guide through London and its Environs. By B. L, Blanchard. Square, cloth, 5s..... [3240 BRADSHAW'S Stranger's and Visitor's Guide through London and its Environs. Square, sewed, 1s. 6d... [3241 BRADSHAW'S New Railway Map of Great Britain, 1851. In case, 63, 6d. . [3242 BRITISH and Colodial Zollverein. Copied from the Globe of Feb. 1 and March 10. 8vo. pp. 24, 6d. [3243 BRITISH METROPOLIS (The) in 1851: a Classified Guide to London, so arranged, as to show, in separate Chapevery Object in London interesting to special


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BROWN'S (T.) Philosophy of the Mind. 4 vols. 8vo. cloth,
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390, cloth, 5s.
BROWNING (E. B.)-Casa Guidi Windows: a Poem. By
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 12mo. pp. 144, cl. 5s. [3247
BUDGE (E.)-The Mirror of History; or, Lives of the Men
of Great Eras from Julius Cæsar to William the Con-
queror. By the Rev. Edward Budge. 12mo. pp. 300,
cloth, 5s.
BULMAN (T.)-A Short Record of the Life and Experi-
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pp. 72, cloth, 1s....
BURGESS (R.)-Sermons for the Times. By the Rev.
Richard Burgess. Square, pp. 172, cloth, 3s. 6d. .. [3250
BURNS (J.) Sketches of Sermons on Scripture Cha-
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372, cloth, 4s. 6d...
BURNS (R.)-Life and Works of Robert Burns. Edited
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(Chambers' Instructive and Entertaining Library.)
(Vide Adv. 458.)

BYRON (Lord) Life, Letters, and Journals. By Thomas
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. [3253

Poetical Works. New edition, 10 vols. 12mo. cloth, 30s... . [3254 CAFFRE (The) TRIBES.-Forty-two Sketches, representing the Classes and Tribes of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope and the Southern part of Central Africa, viz. the Hottentots, Amakooras, Zoolus, Bushmen, Malays, Negroes, &c. 4:0. with letterpress and 42 coloured plates, cloth, 2. 2s.; tinted, £3. 7s 6d.... .. [3255 CAMPBELL (J.)-Popery and Puseyism illustrated: à Series of Essays, with Addresses and Appeals to the Sunday School Teachers of England. By John Campbell, D.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 224, clota, 2s. 6d... [3236 CARLILE (J.)-Manual of the Anatomy of the Human Mind. By the Rev. Edward James Carlyle, D.D. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 278, cloth, 5s. . [3257 CHAMBERLAIN (1.)-The Theory of Christian Worship. By the Rev, T. Chamberlain, M.A. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 208, cloth, 5s... [3258

(Vide Adv. 438.) CHERUBIM (The) of Glory; or, Oneness of Man with God. 12mo. pp. 70, cloth, 2s.. [3239 CHURCH REFORM (an Essay on). 8vo. pp. 88, sewed, [3260



CLARKE (Mrs. Adam) her Character and Correspondence. 18mo. pp. 240, cloth, 2s. 6d. COLLECTION of Rules by the Liverpool Cutting Society; containing Forty different Systems of Cutting, selected from the best Authorities on all the Newest Styles of Garments: with Diagrams to each separate rule. 4to. sewed, 4s.... [3262 COMPANION to the CIGAR. By a Veteran. 18m0. pp. 490, reduced to 1s. 6d. cloth [263

COMYN (S.)-The Chess Player's Pocket Companion. By Samuel Comyn. 18mo. (Lancaster), pp. 76, cloth, 1s.; gilt 6d. [3264 CONSECRATION and DESECRATION: a Shadow of the Times, 1850 and 1851. Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. .... [$265 (Vide Adv. 438.)

COOK (E.)-Poems. By Eliza Cook. 5th edit. Vol. 1, 12mo. pp. 290, cloth, 7s. 6d. [3266 COPLEY (E.)- Catechism of Domestic Economy. By [3267 Esther Copley. 18mo. pp. 120, cloth, Is.... CRAWSHAW (J.)-A Series of Lectures to Children. By the Rev John Crawshaw. 18mo. pp. 118, cloth, 18.; cloth, gilt, 1s. 6d. .(3268 CREWDSON (Mrs. T. D.)-Aunt Jones' Verses for Chil dren. By Mrs. T. D. Crewdson. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 128, cloth, 3s. 6d. . [3269 CRUCHLEY'S Picture of London. 16th edit. 18mo. with a Map, 4s..... . [3270 CUNNINGHAM (P.)-Handbook to Westminster Abbey ; its Art, Architecture, and Associations. By Peter Cunningham. New edit. 12mo. pp. 130, sewed, 1s..... [3271 (Vide Adv. 381.) CURTIUS (G.)-The Results of Comparative Philology in reference to Classical Scholarship. By Dr. G. Curtius. Translated from the German. 12mo. pp. 76, cl. 3s. [3272 DANA (J. D.)-A Manual of Mineralogy, for the Use of Students. By James D. Dana. 12mo. (New Haven), pp. 432, cloth, 7s. 6d.... . (3273 DAVIS (D.)-A Manual of Magnetism. By Daniel Davis. 12mo. (Boston, U.S.) 180 Illustrations, pp. 322, 78. 6d. [3274 DAWSON (R.)-An Essay on Spermatorrhoea and Urinary Deposits; with Observations on their Nature, Causes, &c. By Richard Dawson. 6th edit. post 8vo. pp. 160, cloth, . [3275 DE MORGAN (A.)-The Book of Almanacs; with an Index of Reference, by which the Almanac may be found for every Year. Compiled by Augustus De Morgan. Oblong, cloth, 5s... [3276


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DEMOSTHENES: the Oration on the Crown. Translated into English, by the Rev. J. Norris, M.A. 12mo. (Cambridge), pp. 122, sewed, 3s.... [3277 DE PLANCY (J. C.)-Legends of the Seven Capital Sins. By J. Collin de Plancy. Translated from the French. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 254, boards, 2s. 6d.; cloth gilt, 3s.... [3278 D'EWES (SIR S.)-College Life in the Times of James the First, as illustrated by an unpublished Diary of Sir Symonds D'Ewes, Bart. Post 8vo. pp. 136, cl., 58. [3279 (Vide Adv. 459.)

DIXON (E. S.)-The Dovecote and the Aviary: being Sketches of the Natural History of Pigeons and other Domestic Birds in a Captive State; with Hints for their Management. By Rev. E. S. Dixon. 12mo. with woodcuts, pp. 480, cloth, 7s. 6d...... . [3280 (Vide Adv. 422.)

DODS.-Twelve Lectures on the Philosophy of Electrical Psychology. By John Bovee Dods. 12mo. (New York), pp. 252, 3s. 6d.. [3281 DONALDSON (PROF.)-Improved Farm Buildings; comprising a Series of Designs of Building adapted to various sized Farms. By Professor Donaldson. 4to. cloth, 31s. 6d. . [3282 DOWLEANS (A. M.)-Catalogue of East Indian Productions collected in the Presidency of Bengal. 4to. sewed, 2s. 6d.. [3283

DYMOND (J.)—Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political Rights and Obligations of Mankind. By Jonathan Dymond. Royal 8vo. pp. 212, sewed, 2s. 6d. [3284 EARS of CORN from Various Sheaves: being Thoughts for the Closet. Edited by Sarah Letts. 12mo. pp. 162, cloth, 2s. 6d. ; cloth, gilt, 3s.... [3285 EAST INDIA Register and Army List for 1851, corrected to May. 12mo. sewed, 10s. [3286 ECCLESTON (J.)-A Treatise concerning the Life of God in the Soul of Man. By Theodore Eccleston. 18mo. pp. 162, cloth, 2s. . [3287 EWBANK (W. W.)-A Commentary on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans: with a New Translation and Explanatory Notes. By William Withers Ewbank. Vol. 2, post 8vo. pp. 218, cloth, 5s. 6d....... [3288 Vide Adv. 459.) FALSEHOOD and TRUTH. By Charlotte Elizabeth. New edit. 12mo. (Bath), pp. 160, cloth, 3s. 6d. [3289 (Vide Adv. 433.) FAMILY ECONOMIST, 1848; 1849, 1850. 1 vol. 12mo. cloth. 4s. [3290 FAMILY HERALD.-Vol. 8, 4to. cloth, 7s. 6d....... [3291 FENELON.-Counsels to those who are Living in the World: from the Original. Edited by the Rev. Wm. J. E. Bennett. 12mo. pp. 132, cloth, sewed, 2s. [3292 FITZGERALD (J.)-An Appeal to Pious and Devoted Clergymen concerning the Canon Law and Canonical Obedience, as they exist at present in the Established Church. By John Fitzgerald, M.A. 8vo. pp. 80, sewed, 2s. [3293 FLATTERS (J. J.)-The Paradise Lost of Milton. Illustrated in a Series of 54 plates of the Human Figure, før the Use of Sculptors, Artists, &c. By J. J. Flatters. Folio, half-bound, £1. 16s.... [329+ FLETCHER (J.)-Education, Voluntary and Free. By Joseph Fletcher Svo. pp. 92, with 11 plates, 2s. 6d. [3295 FORD (J.-The Gospel of St. Luke illustrated from Ancient and Modern Authors. By the Rev. James Ford. 8vo. pp. 690, cloth, 15s... . [3296 (Vide Adv. 438.)


FYFE (W. W.)-Summer Life on Land and Water. By William Wallace Fyfe. 12ino. (Edinburgh), with Engravings, pp. 340, cloth, 6s. [3297 GAME of LIFE. By L. Ritchie. 12mo. boards, 1s. ; cloth, Is. 6d. (Parlour Library, Vol. 58.) . [3298 GAUNTLETT'S (H. J.)-Comprehensive Choir Book. Oblong, cloth, 9s. 6d... . [3299 GAZETTEER (A) of the World; or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, compiled from the most recent Authorities. Edited by a Member of the Royal Geographical Society. Vol. 4, royal 8vo. cloth, 13s... . [3300 GILLRAY (J.)-Historical and Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray. By Thomas Wright, Esq. and R. H. Evans, Esq. 8vo. pp. 496, cloth, 15s.... [3301 GIRDLESTONE (E.)-Sermons on Romanism and Tractarianism, and other Subjects suited to the Times. By Edward Girdlestone. 12mo. pp. 280, cloth, 5s..... [3302 GODFREY (Mrs.)-On the Prevention and Cure of Spinal Curvatures and Deformities of the Chest and Limbs: being the Result of many years' experience. By Mrs. Godfrey. 8vo. pp. 90, cloth, 48. .[3503 GOOD (W. W.)-The Theorists Confuted; or, the Practical Farmers Vindicated: with a Reply to Mr. Mechi. By William Waller Good. 8vo. pp. 412, cloth, 8s. 6d... ... [3304 GRANT (J.)-Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp. By James Grant. Complete edit. with an Illustration. By John Gilbert. 12mo. pp. 510, cloth, 2s. 6d.. . [3305 (Routledge's Standard Novels.) GREATLEY (T.)-Philosophy in the Fens; or, Talk on the Times: a Poem, in Twelve Chapters. By T. Greatley, Esq. Fep. 4to. pp. 370, 10s. 6d. [3306

GREAT EXHIBITION of Doings in London for 1851. Oblong, 2s. 6d. plain; coloured, 5s. 6d.... [3307 GROOMBRIDGE'S Farm and Garden Essays.-1. The Caltivation of Arable Land; 2. The Rearing and Management of Poultry; 3. Annuals for the Flower Garden; 4. A Treatise on the Horse. 18mo. sewed, each 4d. [3308

GUERICKE (H. E. F.)-Manual of the Antiquities of the Church. By H. E. F. Guericke. Translated and adapted to the use of the English Church. By Rev. A. J. W. Morrison. 12mo. pp. 300, cloth, 5s. 6d............ [3309 (Vide Adv. 458.)

HALL (S. C.)-The Swan's Egg. By Mrs. S. C. Hall. 18mo. pp. 158, boards, 1s. [3310 (Chamber's Library for Young People.) HANDBOOK to Windsor Castle and Eton. By Edward Jesse. New edit. 12mo. pp. 92, sewed, 1s.......... ..[3311 HARRIS (T.) Supplement to a Short Proposal for Diminishing Costs, &c. in Equity. 8vo. 1s. sewed [3312 HATCHARD (T. G.)-The German Tree: a Moral. By the Rev. T. Goodwin Hatchard. 18mo. cloth gilt, 1s.[3313 HAWTHORNE (N.)-The House of Seven Gables: a Romance. By N. Hawthorne. Post Svo. bds. 18. 6d. [3314 (Bohn's Cheap Series.) (Vide Adv. 450.) HAWTHORNE (N.)-The Scarlet Letter: a Romance. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. 12mo. pp. 260, boards, Is.; cloth, 1s. Gd. ... [3315 (Railway Library.) HAWTHORNE (N.)-The Scarlet Letter: a Romance. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. Royal 16mo. 4s. ....[3316 (Vide Adv. 425.) HAYDN'S Dictionary of Dates and Universal Reference, relating to a l Ages and Nations. 5th edit. Svo. pp. 680, cloth, 18s..... [3317 HEILNER (G. M.)-The Grammar of the German Language Philosophically Developed. By G. M. Heilner. Post 8vo. pp. 380, cloth, 7s..... [3318 HEWITSON (W. H.)-Memoir of the Rev. W. H. Hewitson, late Minister of the Free Church of Scotland. By the Rev. John Baillie. Post 8vo. cloth, 5s. ...[3319 (Vide Adv. 452.) HEYGATE (W. E.)-Care of the Soul; or, some Points of Christian Prudence. By W. E. Heygate. 12mo. pp. 286, cloth, 5s. 6d. [3320

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(Vide Adv. 435.)



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(Vide Adv. 417.)


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