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RIDDLE AND FEEUND'S NEW LATIN DICTIONARY.

A Copious Latin-English Dictionary; Founded on Andrews's Translation of Freund's larger Latin-German Dictionary: With Improvements and Additions. By the Rev. J. E. Riddle, M.A., and Dr. W. Freund. [In preparation.

• *** The American Latin-English Dictionary by Dr. Andrews is a tran lation of the Latin Dictionary of Dr. Freund, who is now resident in London, and is occupied, in conjunction with Mr. Riddle, in making a thorough revision of his valuable work, with important additions, in order fully to meet the wants of our colleges and schools, and to give to our more mature scholars those aids which they are entitled to receive in the present advanced stage of philological research. Eighteen years have elapsed since Dr. Freund published a large portion of the Dictionary which Dr. Andrews has translated. During a great part of that interval, Dr. Freund has been actively engaged in preparing a second edition of his elaborate work, which will shortly be published in Germany; and inthecourseof this undertaking, be has employed materials of which, to say the least, no use has been made by Dr. Andrews. The present work will therefore present to the English student extensive results of modern criticism, which have not hitherto been collected in any single volume.

RIVERS.—THE ROSE-AMATEUR'S GUIDE;

Containing ample Descriptions of all the fine leading varieties of Roses, regularly classed in their respective Families; their History and mode of Culture. By T. Rivers, Jun. New Edition, corrected and improved. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

ROBINSON'S LEXICON TO THE GREEK TESTAMENT.

A GREEK and ENGLISH LEXICON of the NEW TESTAMENT. By Edward Robinson, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Biblical Literature in the Union Theological Seminary, New York; Author ot "Biblical Researches in Palestine," &c. A New Edition, revised and in great part re-written. 8vo. 18s. cloth.

ROGERS.—ESSAYS SELECTED FROM CONTRIBUTIONS TO

the EDINBURGH REVIEW. By Henry Rogers. 2 vols. 8vo. 24s. cloth.

ROGERS'S VEGETABLE CULTIVATOR,

Containing a plain and accurate Description of every species and variety of Culinary Vegetables: With the most approved Modes of Cultivating and Cooking them. New and Cheaper Edition. Fcp. 8vo. Ss. cloth.

RO GET—THESAURUS OF ENGLISH WORDS AND PHRASES.

Classified and arranged, so as to facilitate the Expression of Ideas, and assist in Literary Composition. By P. M. Roget, M.D. F.R S. F.G.S. F.R.A.S. F.S.A., &c.; Author ot the " Bridgewater Treatise on Animal and Vegetable Physiology," &c. 8vo. [Nearly read).

RONALDS.—THE FLY-FISHER'S ENTOMOLOGY.

Illustrated by coloured Representations of the Natural and Artificial Insect; and accompanied by a few Observations and Instructions relative to Trout and Grayling Fishing. By Alfred Ronalds. 4th Edition, corrected; with Twenty Copperplates. 8vo. 14s. cloth.

ROVINGS IN THE PACIFIC, FROM 1837 TO 1S49;

With a GLANCE at CALIFORNIA. By A Merchant Long Resident At Tahiti. With Four Illustrations printed in colours. 2 vols, post 8vo. 21s. cloth.

ROWTON.—THE DEBATER;

Being a Series of complete Debates, Outlines of Debates, and Questions for Discussion; with ample References to the best Sources of Information on each particular Topic. By Frederic Rowton, Author of "The Female Poets of Great Britain." New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

SCHOMBERG.—THE THEOCRATIC PHILOSOPHY OF ENG

LISH HISTORY. Being an attempt to impress upon History its True Genius and Real Character; and to represent it not as a Disjointed Series of Facts, but as one Grand Whole. By the Rev. J. D. Schombero, B.A. of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. 2 vols. 8vo. 21s. cloth.

SEAWARD.—SIR EDWARD SEAWARD'S NARRATIVE OF

HIS SHIPWRECK, and consequent Discovery of certain Islands in the Caribbean Sea: with a detail of many extraordinary and highly interesting Events in his Life, from 1733 to 1749, as written in his own Diary. Edited by Miss Jane Porter. Third Edition; with a New Nautical and Geographical Introduction. 2 vols, post 8vo. 21s. cloth.

SEWELL.—AMY HERBERT.

By a Lady. Edited by the Rev. William Sewkll, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford. New Edition. 2 vols. fcp. 8vo. 9s. cloth.

SEWELL.—THE EARL'S DAUGHTER.

By the Authoress of "Amy Herbert." Edited by the Rev. William Sewell, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford. 2 vols. fcp. 8to. 9s. cloth.

SEWELL.—GERTR UDE.

A Tale. By the Authoress of " Amy Herbert." Edited by the Rev. William Sewell, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford. New Edition. 2 vols. fcp. 8vo. 9s. cloth.

SEWELL.—LANETON PARSONAGE:

A Tale for Children, on the Practical Use of a portion of the Church Catechism. By the Authoress of "Amy Herbert." Edited by the Rev. W. Sewell, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford. New Edition. 3 vols. fcp. 8vo. 16s. cioth.

SEWELL.—MARGARET PERCIVAL.

By the Authoress of "Amy Herbert." Edited by the Rev. W. Sewell, B.D. Fellow and Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford. New Edition. 2 vols. fcp. 8vo. 12s. cloth.

SHAKSPEARE, BY BOWDLER.

THE FAMILY SHAKSPEARE; in which nothing is added to the Original Text; but those wordsandexpressionsareomilfed which cannot with proprietybe readaloud. Bvt.bowdler, Esq.F.R.S. New Edition; with 36 Engravings on Wood, from designs by Smirke, Howard, and other Artists. 8vo. 21s. cloth; or, in 8 vols. 8vo. without Illustrations, £\. 14s. 6d. boards.

SHARPS NEW BRITISH GAZETTEER.

A NEW GAZETTEER, or TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of the BRITISH ISLANDS and NARROW SEAS : Comprising concise Descriptions of about Sixty Thousand Places, Seats, Natural Features, and Objects of Note, founded on the best Authorities; full Particulars of the Boundaries, Registered Electors, &c. of the Parliamentary Boroughs; with a reference under every Name to the Sheet of the Ordnance Survey, as far as completed; and an Appendix, containing a General View of the Resources of the United Kingdom, a Short Chronology, and an Abstract of certain Results of the Census of 1851. By James A. Sharp, Esq. 2 vols. 8vo. £-1. 16s; cloth.

V Sharp's British Gazetteer is also in course of publication in Twenty-two Monthly Parts, price Half.a-Crown each.

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SHEPHERD.—THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF ROME,

to the End of the Episcopate of Damans, A.o. 334. By Edwaud John Shepherd, M.A. Rector of Luddesdown. 8vo. 148. cloth.

SHORT WHIST:

Its Rise, Progress, and Laws; with Observations to make any one a Whist Player; containing also the Laws of Piquet, Cassino, Ecarte, Cribbage, Backgammon. By Major A * * * * *. New Edition. To which are added, Precepts for Tyros. By Mrs. B****. Fcp. 8vo. 3s cloth

SINCLAIR.—POPISH LEGENDS OR BIBLE TRUTHS.

By Catherine Sinclair, Author of "The Journey of Life," &c. Dedicated to her Nieces. 2 vols, fcap 8vo. 6s. cloth.

SINCLAIR.—THE JOURNEY OF LIFE.

By Catherine Sinclair, Author of " The Business of Life," "Modern Society," "Jane Bouvene," &c. New Edition, corrected and enlarged. Fcp. 8vo. 5s. cloth.

SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY.

From The Spectator. With Notes and Illustrations, by W. Henry Wills; and Twelve fine Wood Engravings, by John Thompson, from Designs by Frederick Taylbr. Crown 8vo. 15s. boards; or 27s. bound in morocco by Hayday.

SMEE.—ELEMENTS OF ELECTROMETALLURGY.

By Alfred Shee, F.R.S., Surgeon to the Bank of England. Third Edition, revised, corrected, and considerably enlarged; with Electrotypes and numerous Woodcuts. Post 8vo. 10s. Od. cloth.

SMITH—THE WORKS OF THE REV. SYDNEY SMITH:

Including his Contributions to The Edinburgh Review. New Edition, complete in One Volume; with Portrait by E. U. Eddis, engraved in line by W. Greathach, and View of Combe Florey Rectory, Somerset. Square crown 8vo. 21s. cloth; 30s. calf extra, by Hayday. —Or in 3 vols. 8vo. with Portrait, 36s. cloth.

SMITH ELEMENTARY SKETCHES OF MORAL PHILO

SOPHY, delivered at the Royal Institution in the Years 1804,1805, and 1806. By the late Rev. Sydney Smith, M.A. With an Introductory Letter to Mrs. Sydney Smith from the late Lord Jeffrey. Second Edition. 8vo. 12s. cloth.

SMITH—THE VOYAGE AND SHIPWRECK OF ST. PAUL:

with Dissertations on the Sources of the Writings of St. Luke, and the Ships and Navigation of the Antients. By James Smith, Esq. of Jordan Hill, F.R.S. With Views, Charts, and Woodcuts. 8vo. 14s. cloth.

SMITH—TASSO'S JERUSALEM DELIVERED.

Translated, in the Metre of the Original, by the Rev. Charles Lesinoham Smith, M.A. late Fellow and Mathematical Lecturer of Christ's College, Cambridge. 2 vols. fcp. 8vo. 12s. cloth.

SNOW.—VOYAGE OF THE PRINCE ALBERT IN SEARCH OF

SIR JOHN FRANKLIN: A Narrative of Every-day Life in theArctic Seas. By W. Parkbr Snow. With a Chart, and 4 Illustrations printed in Colours. Post 8vo. 12s. cloth.

THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THE LATE ROBERT

SOUTHEY. Edited by his Son, the Rev. Charles Cuthbert Southry, M.A., Vicar of Ardleigh. With numerous Portraits, and Six Landscape Illustrations from Designs by William Westall, A.R.A. S vols, post 8vo. 6Ss. cloth.

V Each of the Six Volumes may be had separately, price Half-a-Guinea.

SOUTHEY'S THE DOCTOR dc. COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.

The DOCTOR &c. By the late Robert South Ey. Complete in One Volume. Edited by Mr. Southey's Son-in-Law, the Rev. John Wood Warter, B.D. With Portrait, Vignette, Bust of the Author, and coloured Plate. New Edition. Square crown 8vo. 21s. cloth.

SOUTHEY'S COMMONPLACE BOOKS

The COMMONPLACE BOOKS of the late ROBERT SOUTHEY. Comprising—1. Choice Passages: with ColleLtionB for the History of Manners and Literature in England; 2. Special Collections on various Historical and Theological Subjects; 3. Analytical Readings in various branches of Literature; and 4. Original Memoranda, Literary and Miscellaneous. Edited by Mr. Southey's Son-in-Law,the Rev. J. W. Wabter, B.D. 4 vols, square cr. 8vo. £3.18s. cl.

*** Each Series of Southey's Commonplace Books forms a distinct Volume, complete in
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FIRST SERIES—CHOICE PASSAGES.&c. 2d Edition; with medallion Portrait. Price 18s.
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THIRD SERIES-ANALYTICAL READINGS. 21s.
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ROBERT SOUTHEY'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS;

Containing all the Author's last Introductions and Notes. Complete in One Volume, with Portrait and View of the Poet's Residence at Keswick; uniform with Lord Byron's and Moore's Poems. Medium 8vo. 21s. cloth; 43s. bound in morocco.—Or, in 10 vols. fcp. 8vo. with Portrait and 19 Plates, £1.10s. cloth; morocco, £\. 10s.

SOUTHEY.—SELECT WORKS OF THE BRITISH POETS,

From Chaucer to Lovelace, inclusive. With Biographical Sketches by the late Robert South Ey. Medium 8vo. 30s. cloth.

SOUTHEY.—THE LIFE OF WESLEY;

And Rise and Progress of Methodism. By Robert Southey. New Edition, with Notes by the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Esq., and Remarks on the Life and Character of John Wesley, by the late Alexander Knox, Esq. Edited by the Author's Son, the Rev. Charles Cuthbert Southey, M.A. Vicar of Ardleigh. 2 vols. 8vo. with 2 Portraits, 28s. cloth.

SQ UIER.—NICARA G UA;

Its People, Scenery* Monuments, and the proposed Interoceanic Canal. By E, G. Squier, late Charge' d'Affaires of the United States to the Republics of Central America. With Nine Original Maps, Twenty-five Plates printed in colours, and numerous Woodcut Illustrations. 2 vols, royal 8vo. 31s. 6d. cloth.

"As a description of the district of Central America to which it refers, the present work is entitled to take rank in the highest class of geographical, ethnological, and antiquarian literature." John Boll.

"Many causes are combining to give great importance to the States of Central America. Their own fertility and natural advantages, the commerce of the Pacific, and the gold of California, unite to attract the earnest attention of enterprising men and politicians towards them." Liteearx Gazette.

STEEL'S SHIPMASTERS ASSISTANT;

Compiled for the use of Merchants, Owners and Masters of Ships, Officers of Customs, and all Persons connected with Shipping or Commerce: containing the Law and Local Regulations affecting the Ownership, Charge, and Management of Ships and their Cargoes; together with Notices of other Matters, and all necessary Information for Mariners. New Edition, rewritten throughout. Edited by Graham Willmore, Esq. M.A. Barrister-at-Law; Geokge Clements, of the Customs, London; and William Tate, Author of "The Modern Cambist.' 8vo. 28s. cloth; or 29s. bound.

STEPHEN—LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF FRANCE.

By the Right Hon. Sir James Stephen, K.CB. LL.D., Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge. 2 vols. 8vo. 24s. cloth.

STEPHEN.—ESSAYS IN ECCLESIASTICAL BIOGRAPHY.

From The Edinburgh Review. By the Right Honourable Sir James Stephen, K.C.B. LL.D. Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge. Second Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. 24s. cloth.

STOW,—THE TRAINING SYSTEM, THE MORAL TRAINING

SCHOOL, and the NORMAL SEMINARY. By David Stow, Esq. Honorary Secretary to the Glasgow Normal Free Seminary; Author of " Moral Training," &c. 8tb Edition, corrected and enlarged; with Plates and Woodcuts. Post 8vo. 6s. cloth.

SWAIN—ENGLISH MELODIES.

By Charles Swa In, Author of " The Mind, and other Poems." Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth; bound in morocco, 12s.

SYMONS.—THE MERCANTILE MARINE LAW.

ByEDWArd William Symoivs, Chief Clerk of theThames Police Court. 5th Edition, including the Act passed in 1851 to amend the Mercantile Marine Act of 1850, and the provisions of the New Act relating to the Merchant Seamen's Fund. 12mo. 5s. cloth.

TATE. -EXERCISES ON MECHANICS AND NATURAL PHI

LOSOPHY; or, au Easy Introduction to Engineering. Containing various Applications of the Principle of Work: the Theory of the Steam-Engine, with Simple Machines Theorems and Problems on Accumulated Work, &c. New Edition. 12mo. 2s. cloth.

TATE.—KEY TO TATE'S EXERCISES ON MECHANICS AND

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. Containing full Solutions of all the unworked Examples aud Problems. i2mo.'with Diagrams, 3s. 6d. cloth.

"This little volume is, like all that Mr. Tate does, remarkable for its lucid arrangement, and the happy way in which a practical bearing is given to the subjects. It contains neat and excellent solutions to all the unsolved questions in his E-rerdses on Mechanics, as well as to some very instructive additional problems; and it will be found invaluable to the unassisted student, as well as to the tescher whose time is of importance." Journal Of Education.

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TATE.—ON THE STRENGTH OF MATERIALS;

Containing various original and useful Formulae, specially applied to Tubular Bridges, Wrought Iron and Cast Iron Beams, &c. By Thomas Tate, of Kneller Training College, Twickenham; late Mathematical Professor and Lecturer on Chemistry in the National Society's Training College, Battersea; Author of " Exercises on Mechanics and Natural Philosophy." 8vo. 5s. 6d. cloth.

TA YLER.—MAR GARET;

Or, the Pearl. By the Rev. Charles B.tayler, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's, Chester, Author of "Lady Mary, or Not of the World," &c. New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

TAYLER.—LADY MARY;

Or, Not of the World. By the Rev. Charles B. Tayl.er, Rector of St. Peter's, Chester; Author of" Margaret, or the Pearl," &c. New Edition; with a Frontispiece engraved by J. Absolon. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. 6d. cloth.

TAYLOR.—LOYOLA: AND JESUITISM IN ITS RUDIMENTS.

By Isaac Taylor, Author of " Natural History of Enthusiasm," &c. Post 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth.

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