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TAYLOR.—WESLEY AND METHODISM.

By Isaac Taylob, Author of "Natural History of Enthusiasm," &c. With a Portrait of
Wesley, engraved by W. Greathach. Post 8vo. Hal -a-Guinea, cloth.

"This volume will he acceptable to the public on many grounds. It will please the religious by its respect for religion
and the literary by the force of its style. It will not displease the Churchman by any violence of view, nor the Sectary
by any hitterness of language. On the whole, it will perhaps he most welcomed by the philosopher, for its attempt to
reconcile apparent anomalies of helief, to account for perplexing events in the history of religion, and to give something

in the shape of system to the general effects of religious action on the world We presume that this volume will he in

the hands of more than the Methodists. It deserves a place on the library table of every man, who is to he attracted hy strong thoughts in strong language, curious metaphysics, and a stately view of religious prohahilities to come."

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T1URLWALL.—THE HISTORY OF GREECE.

By the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of St. Davib's (the Rev. Con nop Thirlwall). An improved Library Edition; with Maps. 8 vols. 8vo. £i. 16s. cloth.

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A HISTORY OF GREECE, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES

to the TAKING of CORINTH bv the ROMANS, B.C. 146, mainly based upon Bishop Thirlwall's History of Greece. By Dr. Leonhard Sjhmitz, F.R.S.E., Rector of the High School of Edinburgh. Second Edition. 12mo. 7s. (id. cloth.

THOMSON'S SEASONS.

Edited by Bolton Corney, Esq. Illustrated with Seventy-seven Designs drawn on Wood by Members of the Etching Club. Engraved by Thompson and other eminent Engravers. Uniform with Goldsmith's Poems illustrated by the Etching Club. Square crown 8vo. 21s. cloth; or, bound in morocco by Ha) day, 36s.

THOMSON—TABLES OF INTEREST,

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THOMSON—SCHOOL CHEMISTRY;

Or, Practical Rudiments of the Science. By Robert Dundas Thomson, M.D. Master in
Surgery in the University of Glasgow. Fcp. 8vo. with Woodcuts, 7s. cloth.

THE THUMB BIBLE;

Or, Verbum Sempiternum. By J. Taylor. Being an Epitome of the Old and New Testaments in English Verse. A New Edition, printed from the Edition of 1693, by C. Whittingham, Chiswick. 64mo. Is. 6d. bound and clasped.

TOMLINE.—AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF*THE

BIBLE: containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures;
a Summary of the History of the Jews; an Account of the Jewish Sects; and a brief
Statement of the Contents of the several Books of the Old and New Testaments. By George
Tomline, D.D. F.R.S. New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. 5s. 6d. cloth.

TOOKK—THE HISTORY OF PRICES:

With reference to the Causes of their principal Variations, from the year 1792 to the year 1847, inclusive. With a Sketch of the History of the Corn Trade in the last Two Centuries; a general Review of the Currency Question ; and Remarks on the Operation of the Acts 7 and 8 Victoria, c. 32. By Thomas Tooke, Esq. F.R.S. 4 vols. 6vo. «#3. 6s. cloth.

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TOWNSENB.—MODERN STATE TRIALS.

Revised and illustrated with Essays and Notes. Ily William Charles Townsend, Esq. M.A., Q.C., late Recorder of Macclesfield; Author of " Lives ol Twelve Eminent Judges of the Last and of the Present Century," &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 30s. cloth.

TOWNSENB.—THE LIVES OF TWELVE EMINENT JVDGES

ofthe LAST andof the PRESENT CENTURY. By W.charles Townsend, Esq. M.A. Q.C. late Recorder of Macclesfield; Author of " Memoirs of the House of Commons." 2 vols. 8vo. 28s. cloth.

TURNER.-THE SACRED HISTORY OF THE WORLD,

Attempted to be Philosophically considered, in a Series of Letters to a Son. By Sharon Turner, F.S.A. and R.A.S.L. New Edition, edited by the Rev. Sydney-turner. 3 vols, post 8vo. 31s. 6d. cloth.

TURNER.—THE HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS.

From the Earliest Period to the Norman Conquest. By Sharon Turner, F.S.A. and R.A.S.L. The Seventh Edition (1852). 3 vols. 8vo. 36s. cloth.

*** The text and notes of this edition have been carefully revised, and as many of the Author's later corrections and additions as appeared to have been intended and prepared by him for publication have been introduced.

DR. TURTON'S MANUAL OF THE LAND AND FRESU

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URE.—DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES, & MINES;

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SUPPLEMENT of RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. New Edition. 8vo. with Woodcuts, Us. cloth.

WATERTON—ESSAYS ON NATURAL HISTORY,

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ALARIC WATTS'S POETRY AND PAINTING.—LYRICS OF

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WHEATLEY.—THE ROD AND LINE;

Or, Practical Hints and Dainty Devices for the Sure Taking of Trout, Grayling, &c. By Hewett Wheatley, Esq. Senior Angler. Fcp. 8vo. with Nine coloured Plates, 10s. 6d. cloth.

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THE TRAVELLERS LIBRARY

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WEBSTER.—AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY;

Comprising soch subjects as are most immediately connected with Housekeeping: as, The Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting them—A description of the various articles of Furniture, with the nature of their MaterialsDuties of Servants, &c. &c. &c. By Thomas Webster, F.G.S.; assisted by the late Mrs. Parkes. New Edition. 8vo. with nearly 1,000 Woodcuts, 50s. cloth

LADY WILLOUGHBY'S DIARY.

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YOUATT.—THE HORSE.

By William Youatt. With a Treatise of Draught. A New Edition; with numerous Wood Engravings, from Designs by William Harvey. 8vo. 10s. cloth.

est Messrs. Longman and Co.'s Edition should be ordered.

YOUATT.—THE DOG.

By William Youatt. A New Edition; with numerous Wood Engravings, from Designs by William Harvey. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

*** The above works, which were prepared under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge, are now published by Messrs. Longman and Co., by assignment from Mr. Charles Knight. It is to be observed that the edition of Mr. Youatt's book on the Horse which Messrs. Longman and Co. have purchased from Mr. Knight, is that which was thoroughly revised by the author, and thereby rendered in many respects a new work. The engravings, also, were greatly improved. Both works are the most complete treatises in the language on the History, Structure, Diseases, and Management of the Animals of which they treat.

ZINCKE.—SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF THE

FUTURE; Or, a Sketch of the Solution which Time appears to be preparing for the different Educational Questions of the Day. By the Rev. Foster Barham Zincke, Vicar of Wherstead, near Ipswich. Post 8vo. 7s. cloth.

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the question to which it relates We entertain so high an opinion of the value of Mr. Zincke's remarks, that we should

he glad if we could spare sufficient space for a full analysis both of his arguments and his plans; but, as we cannot do this, we must content ourselves with giving a general summary of the contents of the volume, and a quotation or two

illustrative of the extensive and practical views embraced by the author His views are on the whole 1ust, liheral, and

comprehensive, and he has the great merit of saying much in few words. We have, indeed, seldom met with so much important matter condensed into so small a space. Almost every topic that the consideration of such a question includes I is touched upon by the author, aud yet the whole volume contains only 236 pages, and of this numher 76 are occupied hy an appendix, which is by no means the least interesting or important part of the work." Christian Ti«es.

ZUMPT'S GRAMMAR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE.

Translated and adapted for the use of English Students, with the Author's sanction and co-operation, by Dr. L. Schmitz, F.R S.E., Rector of the High School of Edinburgh: with copious. Corrections and Additions communicated to Dr. Schmitz by Professor ZUMPT. New Edition, corrected. 8vo. 14s. cloth.

LMarck 31,1852.

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