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PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING WILLS
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STEEL'S SHIP-MASTER'S ASSISTANT, AND
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INSTRUCTIONS TO YOUNG SPORTSMEN.
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| THE GUN ; or, a Treatise on the Nature, Principle,
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HINTS TO MOTHERS FOR THE MANAGE
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HINTS ON ETIQUETTE AND THE USAGES OF SOCIETY.
20th Edition, with numerous Alterations and Additions, by a LADY of RANK. Foolscap 8vo. 2s. 6d. cloth lettered, gilt edges. “An old proverb says—“. It is never too late to mend.” If, therefore, any of our readers should—and we admit only the barest possibility of such a thing—have been addicted to “bad habits,” we earnestly entreat that they will mend them--the sooner the better. The first step towards, this process will be to purchase a copy of the truly elegant and tasteful little volume before us. It may be remarked also, that the season of the year is particularly favourable towards ‘turning over a new ions." and the leaves of this work are golden in more respects than one. In his Preface to this, the Twentieth edition : (what prouder eulogy can be required Py the author says— “‘On my return to England after two years' incessant travel ‘from Dan to Beersheba,’ I found the usages * de la bonne societé’ somewhat changed; with a new Reine, new feelings and more refined observances had been introduced,—indeed, I confess I should o:/#: slightly embarrassed, had not my ever attentive friend Lady ——, kindly taken care of the interests of society during my absence, by noting whatever fluctuations had occurred, and that in so o a manner, that the instant adoption of her suggestions was as much a matter of duty as of gratitude.”—Court Journal.
SHORT WHIST. By Major A * * * * *. To which
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THE SCIENTIFIC & LITERARY TREASURY;
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THE TREASURY OF HISTORY AND GEO
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LEXICON, for the Use of Colleges and Schools; to which is prefixed, a short Grammar of the Greek Language. By the Rev. J. A. Giles, LL.D. 8vo. 21s. ... “This is a worthy companion to Riddle's Latin Dictionary, containing all the information necessary to a student ; and, what is of equal importance, no more. The author is generally successful in developing the structure and composition of the Greek language; avoiding the quibbling derivations which disfigure the older Learicons, and especially that of Schrovelius, he points out the genuine radicals so far as they can be discovered with cer. tainty.”—Athenaeum.
A GREEK AND ENGLISH LEXICON TO THE
NEW TESTAMENT, especially designed for Colleges and Schools; but also adapted to the Use of Students in Divinity, and Theological Readers in general. By the Rev. S.T. Bloom field, D.D. F.S.A.; Editor of “The Greek Testament, with English Notes,” &c. One vol. foolscap Svo. 9s. cloth.
THE NEW ETON GREEK GRAMMAR ; or, the
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COMPLETE LATIN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
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THE GREEK TESTAMENT, with copious English
Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory. By the Rev. S. T. Bloo MFIELD, D.D. F.S.A. THIRD Edition, greatly enlarged and very considerably improved. In two volumes, 8vo. with a Map of Palestime, 21. cloth, lettered.
By the same Editor,
| COLLEGE & SCHOOL GREEK TESTAMENT,
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THE LINGUIST; A COMPLETE COURSE
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