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BINGHAM'S ANTIQUITIES of the CHBISTIAN CHURCH.

A New Edition, revised, with copious Index. Two Vols., imperial 8vo, cloth

extra, £i 4s.

"A writer who does equal honour to the English clergy and to the English nation, and whose learning is to be equalled only by his moderation and impartiality."Quarterly Review.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF RE-
CENT AND LIVING PAINTERS AND ENGRAVERS, both English and
Foreign. By Henry Ottley. Being a Supplementary Volume to "Bryan's
Dictionary." Imperial 8vo, cloth extra, l2s.
*** This is the only work giving an account of the principal living painters

of all countries.

BLAKE'S "WORKS.—A Series of Reproductions in Facsimile of the

Works of William Blake, including the " Songs of Innocence and Experience,"

"The Book of Thel," "America," "The Vision of the Daughters of Albion,"

"The Marriage of Heaven and Hell," "Europe, a Prophecy," "Jerusalem,"

"Milton," "Urizen," "The Song of Los," &c. These Works will be issued both

coloured and plain. [1npreparation.

"Blake is a real name, I assure you, and a most extraordinary man he is, if he

still be living. He is the Blake whose wild designs accompany a splendid edition

of Blair's Grave.' He paints in water-colours marvellous strange pictures—

visions of his brain—which he asserts he has seen. They have great merit. I

must look upon him as one of the most extraordinary persons of the age."—Charles

Lamb.

BLANCHARD'S (Laman) POEMS. Now first Collected. Edited, with a Life of the Author (including numerous hitherto unpublished Letters from Lord Lytton, Lamb, Dickens, Robert Browning, and others), by Blanchard Jerrold. Crown 8vo, cloth extra. [In preparation.

BOCCACCIO'S DECAMERON? or, Ten Days' Entertainment. Translated into English, with Introduction by Thomas Wright, Esq., M.A., F.S.A. With Portrait after Raphael, and Stothard's beautiful Copperplates. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, js. 6d.

BOLTON'S SONG BIRDS OF GREAT BRITAIN. Illustrated with Figures, the size of Life, of both Male and Female ; of their Nests and Eggs, Food, Favourite Plants, Shrubs, Trees, &c. &c. Two Vols, in One, royal 4to, containing 80 beautifully Coloured Plates, half-Roxburghe, .£3 13s. 6d.

BOOKSELLERS, A HISTORY OF. Including the Story of

the Rise and Progress of the Great Publishing Houses, in London and the Provinces, and of their greatest Works. By Harry Curwen. Crown 8vo; with Frontispiece and numerous Portraits and Illustrations, cloth extra, js. 6d. "In these days, ten ordinary Histories of Kings and Courtiers were well exchanged against the tenth part of one good History of Booksellers."—Thomas Carlyle.

"This stout little book is unquestionably amusing. Ill-starred, indeed, must be the reader who, opening it anywhere, lights upon six consecutive pages within the entire compass of which some good anecdote or smart repartee is nut to be found." —Saturday Review.

BOUDOIR BALLADS: Vers de Societe. By J. Ashby Sterry. Crown 8vo, cloth extra. [In preparation.

BRET HARTE'S CHOICE WORKS in Prose and Poetry. With Introductory Essay by J. M. Bellew, Portrait of the Author, and 50 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 7s. 6d.

BREWSTER'S (Sir David) MARTYRS OF SCIENCE. A

New Edition, in small crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with full-page Portraits, 4s, 6a*.

BREWSTER'S (Sir David) MORE WORLDS THAN ONE,

the Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian. A New Edition, in small crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with full-page Astronomical Plates, 4s. 6d.

BRIC-A-BRAC HUNTER (The); or, Chapters on Chinamania. By Major H. Byng Hall. With Photographic Frontispiece, Crown 8vo, cloth extra, Io$. 6d.

BRITISH ESSAYISTS (The): viz., "Spectator," "Tatler," "Guardian," "Rambler," "Adventurer," "Idler," and "Connoisseur." Complete in Three thick Vols., 8vo, with Portrait, cloth extra, £1 7$.

BROADSTONE HALL, and other Poems. By W. E. Windus.

With 40 Illustrations by Alfred Concanen. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 5s.

"This little volume of poems is illustrated with such vigour, and shows such a thoroughly practical knowledge of and love for sea-life, that it is quite tonic and refreshing. Maudlin sentimentality is carefully eschewed, and a robust, manly tone of thought gives muscle to the verse and elasticity of mind to the reader."—Morning Post. BROCKEDON'S PASSES OF THE ALPS. Containing 109

fine Engravings by Finden, Willmore, and others; with Maps of each Pass,

and a General Map of the Alps by Arrowsmith. Two Vols., 4t0, half-bound

morocco, gilt edges, ^3 13s. 6d.

BULWER'S (Lytton) PILGRIMS OF THE RHINE. With

Portrait and 27 exquisite Line Engravings on Steel, by Goodall, Willmore, and others; after Drawings by David Roberts and Maclise. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, top edges gilt, 10s. 6d.

BTJNYAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. With 17 beautiful Steel Engravings by Stothard, engraved by Goodall; and numerous Woodcuts. Square 8vo, cloth gilt, 10s. 6d.

BURNET'S HISTORY OF HIS OWN TIME, from the Restoration of Charles II. to the Treaty of Peace at Utrecht. With Historical and Biographical Notes and copious Index. Imp. 8vo, with Portrait, cloth extra, 13$. 6d.

BURNET'S HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A New Edition, with numerous illustrative Notes and copious Index. Two Vols., imperial 8vo, cloth extra, £1 is.

BYRON'S (Lord) LETTERS AND JOURNALS. With Notices of his Life. By Thomas Moore. A Reprint of the Original Edition, newly revised, complete in a thick volume of 1060 pp., with Twelve full-page Plates. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 7$. 6d.

"We have read this book with the greatest pleasure. Considered merely as a composition, it deserves to be classed among the best specimens of English prose which our age has produced. . . . The style is agreeable, clear, and manly, and, when it rises into eloquence, rises without effort or ostentation. Nor is the matter inferior to the manner. It would be difficult to name a book which exhibits more kindness, fairness, and modesty."—Macaulay, in the Edinburgh Review.

pALMET'S BIBLE DICTIONARY. Edited by Charles

^■^ Taylor. With the Fragments incorporated and arranged in Alphabetical 'Order. New Edition. Imperial 8vo, with Maps and Wood Engravings, cloth extra, 10s. 6d.

CANOVA'S WORKS IN SCULPTURE AND MODELLING. 150 Plates exquisitely engraved in Outline by Moses, and printed on an India tint. With Descriptions by the Countess Albrizzt, a Biographical Memoir by CicogNara, and Portrait by Worthington. A New Edition. Demy 4to, cloth extra, gilt, gilt edges, 31$. 6d. [In the Press.

CARLYLE (Thomas) ON THE CHOICE OF BOOKS. With New Life and Anecdotes. Small post 8vo, brown cloth, i$. 6d.

CAROLS OF COCKAYNE; Vers de Societe descriptive of London Life. By Henry S. Leigh. Third Edition. With numerous Illustrations by Alfred Concanen. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 5s.

CARTER'S ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE OP ENGLAND.

Including the Orders during the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman Eras ; and also under the Reigns of Henry III. and Edward III. Illustrated by 105 large Copper-plate Engravings, comprising upwards of Two Thousand Specimens. Edited by John Britton. Royal folio, half-morocco extra, £2 8s. *** This national work on ancient architecture occupied its author, in drawing,

etching, arranging, and publishing, more than twenty years, and he himself

declared it to be the result of his studies through life.

CARTER'S ANCIENT SCULPTURE NOW REMAINING

IN ENGLAND, from the Earliest Period to the Reign of Henry VIII.: consisting of Statues, Basso-relievos, Sculptures, &c, Brasses, Monumental Effigies Paintings on Glass and on Walls ; Missal Ornaments; Carvings on Cups, Croziers, Chests, Seals; Ancient Furniture, &c. &c. With Historical and Critical Illustrations by Douce, Mevrick, Dawson Turner, and John Britton. Royal folio, with 120 large Engravings, many illuminated, half-bound morocco extra, £8 8s.

CATLIN'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE MANNERS. CUSTOMS, AND CONDITION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS, written during Eight Years of Travel and Adventure among the Wildest and most Remarkable Tribes now existing. Containing 360 Engravings from the Author's original Paintings. Tenth Edition. Two Vols., imperial 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, £1 10s.; or with the Plates beautifully Coloured, half-morocco, gilt edges, £8 8s. "One of the most admirable observers of manners who ever lived among the

aborigines of America."—Humboldt's Cosmos.

CATLIN'S NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN PORTFOLIO. Con

taining Hunting Scenes, Amusements, Scenery, and Costume of the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and Prairies of America, from Drawings and Notes made by the Author during Eight Years' Travel. A series of 25 magnificent Plates, beautifully coloured in facsimile of the Original Drawings exhibited at the Egyptian Hall. With letterpress descriptions, imp. folio, in handsome portfolio, £7 iost

CELEBRATED CLAIMANTS, Ancient and Modern. The History of all the most celebrated Pretenders and Claimants, from Perkin Warbeck to Arthur Orton. Fcap. 8vo, illustrated boards, 2s.

CHAMBERLAINE'S IMITATIONS OF DRAWINGS FROM THE GREAT MASTERS in the Royal Collection^ Engraved by Bartolozzi and others. 74 fine Plates, mostly tinted ; including, in addition, " Ecce Homo," after Guioo, and the scarce Series of 7 Anatomical Drawings. Imperial folio, half-morocco, gilt edges, £5 5s.

CHATTO'S (W.Andrew) HISTORY OF WOOD ENGRAVING,

Historical and Practical. A New Edition, with an Additional Chapter. Illustrated: by 445 fine Wood Engravings. Imperial 8vo, half-Roxburghe, £2 5s. "This volume is one of the most interesting and valuable of modern times."—Art Union.

CHRISTMAS CAROLS AND BALLADS. Selected and Edited by Joshua Sylvester. Cloth extra, gilt, gilt edges, y. 6d.

CICERO'S FAMILIAR LETTERS, AND LETTERS TO

ATTICUS. Translated by Melmoth and Heberden. With Life of Cicero by

Middleton. Royal 8vo, with Portrait, cloth extra, 12s.

"Cicero is the type of a perfect letter-writer, never boring you with moral essays out of season, always evincing his mastery over his art by the most careful consideration for your patience and amusement. We should rifle the volumes of antiquity in vain to find a letter-writer who converses on paper so naturally, so engagingly, so much from the heart, as Cicero."— Quarterly Review.

CLAUDE'S LIBER VERITATIS. A Collection of 303 Prints after the Original Designs of Claude. Engraved by Richard Earlom. With a descriptive Catalogue of each Print, Lists of the Persons for whom, and the Places for which, the original Pictures were first painted, and of the present Possessors of most of them. Three Vols, folio, half-morocco extra, gilt edges, £1o Io$.

CLAUDE, BEAUTIES OF, containing 24 of his choicest Landscapes, beautifully Engraved on Steel, by Bromley, Lupton, and others. With Biographical Sketch and Portrait. Royal folio, in a portfolio, £1 5s.

COLLINS* (Wilkle) NOVELS. New Illustrated Library Editions, price 6s. each, with Frontispiece and several full-page Illustrations in each Volume:—

The Woman in White. II- 1 Hide and Seek; or, The Myslustrated by Sir John Gilbert and teryof Mary Grice. Illustrated by

F. A. Fraser. Sir John Gilbert and M. F. Ma

Antonina; or, The Fall of Rome. Illustrated by Sir John GilBert and Alfred Concanen.

Honey.

Poor Miss Finch. Illustrated
by George Du Maurier and Ed-
Ward Hughes.

Miss or Mrs. P Illustrated by
S. L. Fildes and Henry Woods.

The New Magdalen. With

Steel-plate Portrait of the Author, and
Illustrations by C. S. R.

The Frozen Deep. Illustrated
by G. Du Maurier and M. F.
Mahoney.

My Miscellanies. Illustrated

by Alfred Concanen.

THE LAW AND THE LADY, by Wilkie Collins, in Three Vols., crown 8vo, 31$. 6d., is now ready at all Libraries and at the Booksellers. "An exceedingly clever novel, full of admirable writing, abounding in a subtle ingenuity which is a distinct order of genius. . . . . . 'The Law and the Lady * will be read with avidity by all who delight in the romances of the greatest master the sensational novel has ever known."—World.

"The author exhibits, in Miserrimus Dexter, a portrait which, for "originality of conception and skill in depiction, exceeds anything of the kind. The book carries one irresistibly on from the first page to the last.'*—John Bull.

Basil. Illustrated by Sir John
Gilbert and M. F. Mahoney.

The Dead Secret. Illustrated
by Sir John Gilbert and H.

FURNISS.

The Queen of Hearts. Illus-
trated by Sir John Gilbert and
Alfred Concanen.

The Moonstone. Illustrated by
G. Du Maurier and F. A. Fraser.

Man and Wife. Illustrated by
William Small.

COLMAN'S HTJMOEOUS WORKS.—Broad Grins, My Nightgown and Slippers, and other Humorous Works, Prose and Poetical, of George Colman. With Life and Anecdotes by G. B. Buckstone, and Frontispiece by Hogarth. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, .js. 6d.

COND& (THE GREAT), and the Period of the Fronde: An Historical Sketch. By Walter Fitz Patrick. Second Edition. Two Vols., 8vo, cloth extra, 15s.

CONQUEST OP THE SEA (The). A History of Diving

from the Earliest Times. By Henry Siebe. Profusely Illustrated. Crown 8vo,

cloth extra, gilt, 4s. 6d.

"We have perused this volume, full of quaint information, with delight. Mr. Siebe has bestowed much pains on his work; he writes with enthusiasm and fulness of knowledge. "—Echo.

"Really interesting alike to youths and to grown-up people."—Scotsman.

CONEY'S ENGRAVINGS OF ANCIENT CATHEDRALS,
Hotels de Ville, Town Halls, &c., including some of the finest Examples of Gothic
Architecture in France, Holland, Germany, and Italy. 32 large Plates, imperial
folio, half-morocco extra, £3 13s. 6d.

CONSTABLE'S GRAPHIC WORKS. Comprising 40 highly

finished Mezzotinto Engravings on Steel, by David Lucas; with descriptive
Letterpress by C. R. Leslie, R.A. Folio, half-morocco, giltedges, £2 2s.

CORNWALL (PAROCHIAL HISTORY of the COUNTY of).

Compiled from the Best Authorities, and corrected and improved from Actual

Survey. Four Vols., 4to, cloth extra, ^3 3s. the Set; or, separately, the first

Three Vols., 16>. each; the Fourth Vol., 18s.

*»* With the Parochial History are embodied the writings of Hals and Tonkin.
The work also comprises the Itineraries of Leland and William of Worcester
the Valor of Bishop Veysey~an Historical Account of the personal Campaign oj
Charles I. in Cornwall during the "Great Rebellion" illustrated with letters,
diaries, and otlter interesting documents never before collected togethera com-
plete Heraldry of the countya larger list of Sheriffs than has hitherto been
publishedTales of the population, Domesday Manors, &c.

COTMAN'S ENGRAVINGS OF THE SEPULCHRAL
BRASSES IN NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. With Letterpress Descrip-
tions, an Essay on Sepulchral Memorials by Dawson Turner, Notes by Sir
Samuel Meyrick, Albert Way, and Sir Harris Nicolas, and copious Index.
New Edition, containing 173 Plates, two of them splendidly Illuminated. Two
Volumes, small folio, half-morocco extra, £6 6s.; Large Paper copies, imperial
folio, half-morocco extra, £8 8s.

COTMAN'S ETCHINGS OF ARCHITECTURAL REMAINS.
chiefly Norman and Gothic, in various Counties in England, but principally in
Norfolk, with Descriptive Notices by Dawson Turner, and Architectural Obser-
vations by Thomas Rickman. Two Vols., imperial folio, containing 240 spirited
Etchings, half-morocco, top edges gilt, £8 8s.

COTMAN'S LIBER STUDIORUM. A Series of Landscape
Studies and Original Compositions for the Use of Art Students, consisting of
48 Etchings, the greater part executed in "soft ground." Imperial folio, half-
morocco, £ 1 11 s, 6d.

COWPER'S POETICAL WORKS. Including his Translation of
Homer. Edited by the Rev. H. F. Cary. With Portrait and 18 Steel Engrav-
ings after Harvey. Royal 8vo, cloth extra, gilt edges, 10s. td.
'' I long to know your opinion of Cowper's Translation. The Odyssey especially
is surely very Homeric. What nobler than the appearance of Phcebus at the be-
ginning of the Iliad—lines ending with 'Dread soundiig-bounding in the, silver
bow' ?"—Charles Lamb, in a Letter to Coleridge.

CRUIKSHANK AT HOME. Tales and Sketches by the
most Popular Authors. With numerous Illustrations by Robert Cruikshank
and Robert Seymour. Also, CRUIKSHANK'S ODD VOLUME, or Book
of Variety, Illustrated by Two Odd Fellows—Seymour and Cruikshank.
Four Vols, bound in Two, fcap. 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 10s. 6d.

CRUIKSHANK'S COMIC ALMANACK. Complete in Two
Series: The First from 1835 to 1843 ; the Second from 1844 to 1853. A Gather-
ing of the Best Humour of Thackeray, Hood, Mayhew, Albert Smith,
A'beckett, Robert Brough, &c. With 2000 Woodcuts and Steel Engravings
by Cruikshank, Hine, Landells, &c. Crown 8vo, cloth gilt, two very thick
volumes, 15s.; or, separately, 7$, 6d. per volume.

CRUIKSHANK'S UNIVERSAL SONGSTER. The largest
Collection extant of the best Old English Songs (upwards of 5000). With 8,
Engravings on Steel and Wood by George and R. Cruikshank, and 8 Portraits,
Three Vols., 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 21s.

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