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Lives of the Princesses of England. By Mrs. Mary Anne Everett Green. 6 vols, post 8vo.
Christianity without Judaism; a second series of essays on the Unity of Worlds and of Nature. By Rev. Baden Powell, M. A. crown 8vo.
The Judges of England. By Edward Foss, F. S. A. Published as far as Vol. VI. James I.—Commonwealth. 8vo.
Lord Brougham's Acts and Bills, from 1811 to the present time. Edited by Sir E. Eardley Wilmot, Bart. Koyal 8vo.
The Elements of Political Economy. By Henry Dunning Macleod. 8vo.
The Beautiful in Nature, Art, and Life. By Andrew I. Syminton. 2 vols, crown 8vo.
Sermons to Schoolboys: twenty short addresses delivered at morninz prayers to the three schools of the Liverpool Collegiate Institution, 1849— 1857. By Rev. J. S. Howson, M. A. foolscap 8vo.
The Types of Genesis, briefly considered as revealing the Development of Human Nature in the world within and without, and in the Dispensations. By the Rev. Andrew Jukes, crown 8vo.
Curriculum stili Latini; or, a Systematic course of examples for Practice in the style of the best Latin prose authors. By Rev. Dr. Kennedy, head master of Shrewsbury Grammar School. 12mo.
Pictorial Bible and Church History Stories. By Rev. H. Formby. Vol. I. comprising the Old Testament History. 16mo.
Merope, a tragedy. By Matthew Arnold, foolscap 8vo.
Short Occasional Poems. By Rev. I. E. Bode, M. A. 16mo.
A new edition of the Aldine British Poets, very carefully corrected and improved, foolscap 8vo., in volumes of various thickness, at two different prices.
The Structure and Functions of the Eye. By S. Thomson, M. D.
The Inaugural Addresses delivered by Lord Brougham, Lord John Russell, Sir John Pakington, Lord Stanley, and Sir Benjamin Brodie, Bart.; together with the Sermon by the Rev. Sydney Turner, before the National Association for the promotion of Social Science, at Birmingham. 8vo.
State Papers and Correspondence, illustrative of the Political and Social state of Europe, from the Revolution to the Accession of the House of Hanover. Edited by John M. Kemble, M. A. With Historical Introduction, Notes, and Biographical Sketches. 8vo.
Contributions to the Ethnography of Jtaly and Greece. By Robert Ellis, B. D. 8vo.
The Earliest Inhabitants of Italy. From Theodore Mommsen's " Roman History." Translated by George Robertson. With Preface by Dr. Schmitz. 8vo.
God's Acre; or, Historical Notices relating to Church Yards.
On some Deficiencies in our English Dictionaries. By Richard Chenevix Trench. D. D., Dean of Westminster. 8vo.
A Manual of Latin Prose Composition. By H. Musgrave Wilkins, M. A
A Manual of Greek Prose Composition. By the same, crown octavo.
Letters from the Slave States. By James Stirling, M. P. post 8vo.
Scripture Doctrine concerning the Sacraments. By Richard Whately, D. D., archbishop of Dublin, demy 8vo.
Critical ami Grammatical Commentary on St. Paul's Epistles. By C. J. Ellicott, B. D. Vol. IV. Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon. 8vo. Vol. V. will contain the Epistles to the Thessalonians.
The • Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans, after the Authorized Version. Newly compared with the original Greek, and revised by five clergymen, who had before revised, in the same manner, the Gospel according to St. John, royal 8vo.
The Third Part of " Christ and other masters," by Charles Hard wick, M. A., has been published, containing the religions of China, America, and Oceanica. 8vo. The Second Part contained the religions of India.
The books of Numbers and Deuteronomy, according to the Version of the LXX. Translated into English, with notices of its omissions and insertions, and with notes on the passages in which it differs from our authorized version. By the Hon. II. E. J. Howard, D. D , dean of Lichfield, crown 8vo. This is the third volume; the previous volumes having contained the other books of the Pentateuch.
The Epistles of St. John. A series of Lectures on Christian Ethics. By F. P. Maurice, M. A. crown 8vo.
The Indian Crisis. Five sermons. By the same.
America and American Methodism. By the Rev. Frederick J. Jobson. post 8vo.
Consolations, or Leaves from the Tree of Life. By Rev. John Cumming, D. D. foolscap 8vo.
Sermons preached in a Country Village. By the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold, M. A, late Rector of Lyndon, post 8vo.
Discourses and Essays on the Unity of God's will as revealed in Scripture. By John Williams, A. M. archdeacon of Cardigan. 8vo.
The moral of a sad story. Four sermons on the Indian Mutiny. By John Hampden Gurncy, M. A. small 8vo.
Echoes from Egypt ; or, the Type of Antichrist. By Rev. W. I. Groves, M. A. 8vo.
Memories of Gennesaret. By Rev. I. R. Macduff, crown 8vo. The thirteenth course of Lectures to young men at Exeter Hall, crown 8vo.
Essays scientific, political, and speculative. By Herbert Spencer. 8vo.
A discourse preached before the University of Cambridge. With some review of Bp. Olivant's charge. By Rowland Williams, I\D. 8vo.
Montaigne the essayist: a biography. By Bayle St. John. In 2 vols, post 8vo.
Our Christian Classics: readings from the best divines. With notices biographical and critical. By James Hamilton, D. D. Vols. I. and II. crown 8vo.
Estimates of some Englishmen and Scotchmen. A series of essays contributed principally to the National Review. By Walter Bagehot. demy 8vo.
The Memoirs of the Duke St. Simon; or, the court of France during the last part of the reign of Louis XIV. and the regency of the Duke of Orleans. Abridged from the French, by Bayle St. John, i vols, post 8vo.
A new and complete Library edition of the works of Mr. Charles Dickens, to be issued in monthly volumes; the first volume, commencing with the Pickwick papers, has appeared.
Homer and the Homeric age. By the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M. P. 3 vols. 8vo.
The Campaner Thai; or, discourses on the immortality of the soul. By Jean Paul Hichter. Translated from the German, by Juliette Gowd. crown 8vo. 2d edit.
Three Introductory Lectures on ecclesiastical history. By William Lee, D. D., Fellow and tutor of Trinity College, Dublin. 8vo.
A sketch of the history of the Currency; comprising a brief review of the opinions of the most eminent writers on the subject. By James Maclaren.
Modern English Literature; its blemishes and defects. By Henry H. Breen, Esq. F. S. A. 8vo.
On Eucharistical adoration. By Rev. John Keble, M. A. 8vo.
The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations. By writers of eminence in the various branches of literature, science, and art. In course of publication in Parts, royal 8vo.
The text of the Old Testament considered ; with a brief Introduction to the Canonical and Apocryphal books. By Samuel Davidson, D. D., LL. D. New edition, revised and improved. 8vo.
In preparation, or near being published, are the following new works and new editions : —
India, supplementary despatches, and memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K. G. Edited by the present duke. To be in 3 vols. 8vo.
A second edition, revised and enlarged, of The Geology and extinct volcanoes of Central France. By G. Poulett Scupe,M. P. medium 8vo.
The Cornwallis papers and correspondence duriug the American war. in 3 vols. 8vo.
Historical and Biographical Essays. By John Forster. 8vo.
Manual of Fossil Mammals. Being the substance of lectures delivered, in 18,)7. by Professor Owen, F. R. S. 8vo.
Pen and Pencil sketches in India. By Gen. Mundy. cheap edition, post 8vo.
Memoirs of my own time. By M. Guizot. 8vo.
Greece, pictorial, descriptive, and historical. A new edition. By Rev. C. Wordsworth, D. D. royal 8vo.
The life and times of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox. By the Right Hon. Loid John Russell, M. P. 8vo.
The last journals of Horace Walpole, earl of Orford. Edited by Dr. Doran. 3 vols. 8vo.
Parliamentary government considered with reference to a Reform of Parliament: an essay by earl Grey. 8vo.
Lives of the governors-general of India—Lord Clive. By John William Kaye. 8vo.
Memoirs of the Court of England under the reign of George 1H. By I. Heneage Jesse. 3 vols. 8vo.
Paul's Epistles to the Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans, with critical notes, etc. By Rev. B. Jowett. 2 vols. 8vo.
The History of France, in five volumes 8vo. By E. E. Crowe.
Impressions of Western Africa. By Thomas J. Hutchinson, Esq. post 8vo.
Christianity in China, Tartary, and Thibet. By the Abbe Hue. Vol. III. 8vo.
Land, Labor, and Gold: two years in Victoria. By William Howitt. New and cheaper edition, crown 8vo.
Travels in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia. By Thomas Forester, Esq. imperial 8vo.
Humboldt's Cosmos. Vol. IV. Part 1. Sabine's translation, post 8vo.
Wanderings in the Land of Ham. By a daughter of Japhet post 8vo.
A Visit to Algiers. By Rev. E. W. L. Davies, M. A. post 8vo.
Essays biographical, historical, and miscellaneous. By Rev. G. R. Gleig, M. A. 2 vols. 8vo.
A history of the Romans under the empire. By Rev. Charles Merivale, B. D. Vol. VI. 8vo.
The works of Lord Bacon. Collec ted and edited by R. L. Ellis, M. A., James Spedding, M. A., and Douglas Denon Heath, Esq. Vols. IV. and V., completing the philosophical works.
God's Heroes and the world's heroes; being a third series of Historical sketches. By Rev. John Hampden Gurney, M. A. foolscap 8vo.
The Campaigns of Hannibal; arranged and critically considered, for the use of students of military history. By Lieutenant Colonel P. L. Macdougall. post 8vo.
The earth and the word; or, geology for Bible students. By S. R. Pattison, F. G. S. post 8vo.
The order of nature considered with reference to the claims of creation. By Rev. B. Powell, M. A. etc. crown 8vo.
Letters on the philosophy of the Human Mind. By Samuel Bailey. Second series. 8vo.
History of Pope Innocent III. and his contemporaries. By Friedrich Hurter. Translated from the German by R. II. B. 2 vols. 8vo.
Celestial Objects for common telescopes. By Rev. T. W. Webb, M. A. Anastasia: a poem.
The descendants of the Stuarts; an unchronieled page in England's history. By William Townend. 8vo.
The Song of Songs; translated from the original Hebrew, with a commentary, historical and critical. By C. D. Ginsbury. 8vo. This is a scholarly volume. In the Introduction, containing eight sections, the learned author discusses, the title of the book and its signification, the canonicity of the book, its design and method, its importance; gives a historical sketch of the exegesis of the book, examines and classifies the different views, treats of its author, date, and form, and enumerates exegetical helps. This portion is very full and satisfactory. The writer is especially familiar with Jewish and Talmudic literature. This is followed by a new translation, accompanied by critical and grammatical notes, in which questions of Hebrew grammar and exegesis are treated, as the text suggests them. It is not too much to say, that the writer has fully mastered his subject, and produced incomparably the best book on the Song in the English language. His view is, that the poem was intended to record an example of virtue in humble life, unseduced by the royal attractions of Solomon. He rejects the allegorical exegesis altogether.
A woman's thoughts about women. By the author of John Halifax, gentleman. 8vo.
The spirit of truth. By Delta. 18mo.
The Comforter, or joy in the Holy Ghost. By the same. 18mo.
The stars and the angels; or, the natural history of the universe and its inhabitants, crown 8vo.
Theism, doctrinal and practical; or, didactic religious utterances. By F. W. Newman. 4to.
Exposition of the parables. By John G. Lonsdale, M. A
An Introduction to the study of dogmatic theology. By Rev. Robert Owen, B. D. demy 8vo.