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The History of Europe,
FROM THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION IN 1789 TO
On Large Paper, 14 vols., £14, 145.
and Index Volume, 3s. "An extraordinary work, which has earned for itself a lasting place in the literature of the country, and within a few years found innumerable readers in every part of the globe. There is no book extant that treats so well of the period to the illustration of which Mr Alison's labours have been devoted. It exhibits great knowledge, patient research, indefatigable industry, and vast power.”—Times.
“There is much in Mr Alison's History of the French Revolution against which we intend to record our decided protest; and there are some parts of it which we shall feel compelled to notice with strong disapprobation. We there. fore hasten to preface our less favourable remarks by freely acknowledging that the present work is, upon the whole, a valuable addition to European literature, that it is evidently compiled with the utmost care, and that its narration, so far as we can judge, is not perverted by the slightest partiality.”Edinburgh Review.
“Alison's History of Europe, and the States connected with it, is one of the most important works which literature has produced. Years have elapsed since any historical work has created such an epoch as that of Alison : his sources of information and authorities are of the richest and most comprehen. sive description. Though his opinions are on the Conservative side, he allows every party to speak for itself, and unfolds with a master's hand how far institutions make nations great, and mighty, and prosperous."-Preface to the German Translation.
Continuation of the History of Europe,
FROM THE FALL OF NAPOLEON TO THE ACCESSION OF LOUIS NAPOLEON. By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart., D.C.L. Uniform with the Library Edition of the foregoing, 9 vols., £6, 75. 6d.
PEOPLE'S EDITION, 8 vols. crown 8vo, 345.
Atlas to Alison's History of Europe;
Containing 109 Maps and Plans of Countries, Battles, Sieges, and Sea. Fights. Constructed by A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E. With Vocabulary of Military and Marine Terms. Library Edition, (3, 35.; People's Edition. £r, IIS. 6d.
-Epitome of Alison's History of Europe.
Sixteenth Edition, 7s. 6d., bound.
With some Account of his Contemporaries, and of the War of the Succes. sion. By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart., D.C.L. Third Edition, 2 vols. 8vo.
Portraits and Maps, 305. Essays : Historical, Political, and Miscellaneous.
By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart., D.C.L. 3 vols. demy 8vo, 455.
Stewart, SECOND AND THIRD MARQUESSES OF LONDONDERRY. From the
Principles of the Criminal Law of Scotland.
By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart., D.C.L. 8vo, 185.
By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart., D.C.L. 8vo, cloth boards, 18s.
AND THEIR CONNECTION WITH HUMAN HAPPINESS. By Sir Archibald · Alison, Bart., D.C.L. 2 vols. 8vo, 305. Outlines of Human Physiology.
By William Pulteney Alison, M.D., Professor of the Institutes of Medicine
in the University of Edinburgh, &c. &c. 8vo, 12S. Outlines of Pathology and Practice of Medicine.
By William Pulteney Alison, M.D. 8vo, 18s.
AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE HEALTH OF THE GREAT Towns. By
William Pulteney Alison, M.D. Crown 8vo, 5s. 6d. Angler's Diary,
For Recording the Quantity of Fish Killed, &c. 8vo, bound in green leather, 45.
Poetical Works of Thomas Aird.
Fourth Edition, Fcap. 8vo, 6s. "Mr Aird is a poet of a very high class, and in that class he occupies no mean or middling place. His imagination is lofty, his invention fertile, his sentiments heroic, and his language generally clear and forcible."-Scotsman. The Old Bachelor in the Old Scottish Village,
By Thomas Aird. Fcap. 8vo, 4s. “The book is full of a quiet sustained humour, genuine pathos, simple unaffected poetry, and displays not only fine imaginative power, but a hearty sympathy with nature in all her aspects, and with the simple tastes and pleasures of rustic life. A more delightful book we cannot imagine.”—Manchester Advertiser. Ancient Classics for English Readers. Edited by the Rev. W. Lucas Collins, M.A.
The Volumes already published are:HOMER'S ILIAD. By Rev. W. L. SOPHOCLES. By C. W. Collins, M.A. Collins, M.A.
Pliny. By Rev. A. Church, M.A., HOMER'S ODYSSEY. By the Same. and Rev. W. J. Brodribb, M.A. HERODOTUS. By G. C. Swayne, M.A. | EURIPIDES. By W. B. Donne, M.A. CÆSAR. By Anthony Trollope. JUVENAL. By E. Walford, M.A. Virgil. By Rev. W. L. Collins, M.A. ARISTOPHANES. By the Editor. HORACE. By Theodore Martin. HESIOD. By Rev. James Davies, M.A. ÆSCHYLUS. By R. S. Copleston, B.A. PLAUTUS & TERENCE. By the Editor. XENOPHON. By Sir Alex. Grant, Bart. TACITUS. By W. B. Donne. CICERO. By Rev. W. L. Collins, M.A. | LUCIAN. By the Editor.
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By Alfred Austin, Author of 'The Season,' 'The Golden Age, &c.
Fcap. 8vo, 5s. "Enough has been written and quoted to show that Mr Austin is not a mere rhymster, spinning lines without beauty and devoid even of sense. He is hot, impulsive, generous, and thoroughly poetical. He has something
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Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, and other Poems.
By W. Edmondstoune Aytoun, D.C.L., Professor of Rhetoric and Belles-
8vo, 75. 6d. "Mr Aytoun's 'Lays' are truly beautiful, and are perfect poems of their cass, pregnant with fire, with patriotic ardour, with loyal zeal, with exquisite pathos, with noble passion. Who can hear the opening lines descriptive of Edinburgh after the great battle of Flodden, and not feel that the minstrel's soul has caught the genuine inspiration?”—Morning Post.
“Professor Aytoun's 'Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers'-a volume of versc which shows that Scotland has yet a poet. Full of the true fire, it now stirs and swells like a trumpet-note-now sinks in cadences sad and wild as the wail of a Highland dirge."- Quarterly Revicu.
Aytoun's Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers.
An Illustrated Edition. From designs by Sir J. Noel Paton and W. H.
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now these Lays' we recommend at once to make their acquaintance in this edition, wherein author and artist illustrate each other as kindred spirits should."-Standard.
Bothwell: A Poem.
By W. Edmondstoune Aytoun, D.C.L. Third Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 75. 6d. “A noble poem, healthy in tone and purely English in language, and closely linked to the historical traditions of his native country.”—John Bull.
“ Professor Aytoun has produced a fine poem and an able argument, and 'Bothwell' will assuredly take its stand among the classics of Scottish Literature,”—The Press.
The Ballads of Scotland.
Edited by Professor Aytoun. Fourth Edition. 2 vols., fcap. 8vo, 125. "No country can boast of a richer collection of Ballads than Scotland, and no Editor for these Ballads could be found more accomplished than Professor Aytoun. He has sent forth two beautiful volumes which range with Percy's
Reliques'-which, for completeness and accuracy, leave little to be desiredwhich must henceforth be considered as the standard edition of the Scottish Ballads, and which we commend as a model to any among ourselves who may think of doing like service to the English Ballads." -The Times.
A SPASMODIC TRAGEDY. By T. Percy Jones (Professor Aytoun). In
small 8vo, 5s. “Humour of a kind most rare at all times, and especially in the present day, runs through every page ; and passages of true poetry and delicious versification prevent the continual play of sarcasm from becoming tedious.”—Literary
Memoir of William E. Aytoun, D.C.L.
Author of 'Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers,' &c. By Theodore Martin.
With Portrait. Post 8vo, 125. “This biography is quite a model in its way, and a delightful relief after much that has been done of late years in a
one of late years in a similar line. Good taste, right feeling, and a generous but seldom excessive appreciation of the subject, mark the work."- Manchester Guardian.