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AN ABRIDGMENT OF MALTE BRUN'S AND

B ALB ITS SYSTEMS OF GEOGRAPHY; compiled from the ordinal Works, and from the French Abridgment and English Translations of Malte Bran, with a careful comparison of later Authorities, and Tables of Population and Statistics; also much important matter of a date subsequent to the French Editions. Parts 1. to 111. Bvo. price 6s. To be completed in Five Parts.

A HISTORY OF PRICES, with Reference to the

Causes of their principal Variations, from 1792 to the present Time. Preceded by a Sketch of the HISTORY of the CORN TRADE in the last two Centuries. By Thomas Tooke, Esq., F.R.S. 2 vols. Svo. \l. 16». cloth.

A Continuation of the above, being

AN ACCOUNT Of PRICES And Of The STATE

Of The CIRCULATION In 1838 and 1839; with Remarks on the CORN LAWS, and some of the proposed Alterations in our Banking System. 8vo. 12s. cloth.

ON FEMALE IMPROVEMENT. By Mrs. John

Sanufuru. Second Edition, 1 vol. foolscap 8vo. 7s. 6d. cloth.
By the same Authoress,

WOMAN IN HER SOCIAL AND DOMESTIC

CHARACTER. Mb Edit, foolscap 8vo. 6s. cloth.

PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION. Translated from

the French of Madame Necker Ue Saussure, by Miss Holland. 2 vols, foolscap, 12s. cloth lettered.

LACON; or, MANY THINGS IN FEW WORDS.

By the Rev. C. C. Colton. New Edition, 8vo. 12s. cloth.

DESULTORY THOUGHTS & REFLECTIONS.

By the Countess Of Blessington. Second Edition, fcap. 6vo. 4s. cloth lettered, gilt edges.

TEA.—ITS MEDICINAL & MORAL EFFECTS.

By Dr. Sigmond. Foolscap 8vo. 5s. cloth lettered.

By G. P. R. James, Esq.,

THE ANCIENT REGIME. 3 vols, post 8vo.

If lis. 0.1.

CORSE DE LEON; Or, THE BRIGAND.

3 vols, post 8vo, \l. lis. fid.

THE KING'S HIGHWAY: A Novel. 3 vols, post

8vo. II. lis. Otl.

Henry Of Guise; Or, The States Of Blois. 3 vols.

post 8vo. W. lis. Oil.

The Life Of Edward The Black Prince. New

Edition, 2 vols. fcap. Map* 15s. cloth. Huguenot. 3 vols.—Gentleman or The Old School. 8 vols.— Robber. 3 vols.—Adventures Of John Marston Hall. 3

vols. Mary Of Burgundy. 3 vols.—One In A Thousand,

3 vols.—Attila. 3 vols.

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ONE VOLUME
CYCLOP/EDIAS AND DICTIONARIES.

A DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE,

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A DICTIONARY, PRACTICAL, THEORETI-
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A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES,

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ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF GEOGRAPHY. By

Hugh Murray, F.R.S-E. Assisted by Professor Wallace, Professor Jame-
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AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF RURAL SPORTS;

Hunting, Racing, Shooting, Fishing, Hawking, Coursing, tbe Athletic Sports, &c. By D.sp.»blaihe, Esq., author of*' Outlines of the Veterinary Art," &c. 8vo. with (iOO Engravings on Wood. Price 50s. fancy cl.

AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AGRICULTURE;

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By the same Author,

AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF GARDENING;

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AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF PLANTS; the Spe

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HORTUS BRITANNICUS: a Catalogue of all the

Plants Indigenous to, or Introduced into, Britain. New Edition, with a new
Supplement, containing all the New Plants introduced into Britain, up to
March 1839. Prepared under the direction of J. C. Loudon, by W. H.
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MESSRS. LONGMAN.AND CO. S LIST OF

WORKS ON NATURAL HISTORY.

INTRODUCTION TO THE MODERN CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS; comprising an Account of the Habits and Transformations of the different Families; a Synopsis of all the British, and a Notice of the more remarkable Foreign Genera. By J. O. Westwoou, Sec. Ent. Soc. London, F.L.S. &c. Two vols., illustrated with above 130 Wood-cuts, comprising about Two Thousand Five Hundred distinct Figures. Price 11. 8s. cloth lettered.

A MANUAL OF BRITISH COLEOPTERA; or

BEETLES; containing a Description of all the Species of Beetles hitherto ascertained to inhabit Great Britain and Ireland, &c. With a complete Index of the Genera. By J. F. Stephens, Esq. F.L.S., Author of '* Illustrations of Briiish Entomology." One vol. post 8vo. 14a. cloth lettered.

DR. TURTON'S MANUAL Of The LAND AND

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CONVERSATIONS ON MINERALOGY. Third

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REPORT On The GEOLOGY Of^ CORNWALL,

DEVON, AND WEST SOMERSET, by Order of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury. By H. T. De La Beche, F.R.S. &c. Director of the Ordnance Geological Survey. 8vo. with Sections, &c. 14b.

AN ETYMOLOGICAL AND EXPLANATORY

DICTIONARY of the TERMS and LANGUAGE of GEOLOGY, with especial regard to Association; containing also many Terms of Mineralogy and Science. By George Roberts. Foolscap 8vo. 6s. cloth lettered.

BOOK OF NATURE; a Popular Illustration of the

General Laws and Phenomena of Creation. By John Mason Good, M.D. F.R.S. 3d Edit. 3 vols. fcp.8vo. 24s.

** The best philosophical digest of the kind which we have teen."—Monthly Review.

TAXIDERMY; or the Art of Collecting and Pre

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ESSAYS ON NATURAL HISTORY. By Charles

Waterton, Esq. of Walton Hall, Author of " Wanderings in South America." Third Edition, with a View of Walton Hall, and an Autobiography of the Author. One vol. fcp. 8vo. 8s. cloth lettered.

CONVERSATIONS ON BOTANY. 8th Edition

enlarged, 12mo. with 22 Engravinga, 7s. 6d. plain; 12s. coloured.

AN INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY; intended

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NEW WORKS AND NEW EDITIONS. D O

Natural History continued.

BY JOHN LINDLEY, PH. D. F.R.S. L.S. ETC.

Professor of Botany in the London University College, and in the
Royal Institution.

THE THEORY OF HORTICULTURE; or, an

Exposition of the Principles on wbicb the Operations of Gardening are conducted. One vol. 8vo. with numerous Illustrations on Wood, 12s.

*' SVill henceforth be considered essential *** the librcry of every gardener, young and oldDr.Llndley's masterpiece, as far as the garden is concerned. ]t is not philosophy, nor scientific research only which could produce such a worh as this, hut a combination of ihese, with an intimate knowledge of the minuties and manipulations of the gardener's art*'

Gardner's Magazine.

SCHOOL BOTANY; or, an Explanation of the

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"A capital Introductory worh for all who intend to study botany with era!; and is not only adorned, but illustrated, by a hundred and sixty-three wood-cats."—Medical Gazette.

INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY. 2d Edition,

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A NATURAL SYSTEM OF BOTANY; or, a

Systematic View of the Organization, Natural Affinities, and Geographical Distribution of the whole Vegetable Kingdom; together with the Uses of the most important Species in Medicine, the Arts, &c. 2d Edition, with numerous Additions and Corrections. One vol. 8vo. 18s. cloth.

SYNOPSIS OF THE BRITISH FLORA, arranged

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A KEY TO STRUCTURAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL,

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FLORA MEDICA; or, a Botanical Account of all

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FIRST PRINCIPLES OF HORTICULTURE.

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GUIDE TO THE ORCHARD AND KITCHEN

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BOTANICAL "WORKS,
BY SIR WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER, K.H. LL.D.

REGIUS PROFESSOR OF BOTANY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, ETC.

THE BRITISH FLORA; comprising the Flowering

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Figures illustrative of the Grasses and umbelliferous Plants, 12s.; or coloured,

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*#* In this edition all the newly-discovered Species are introduced. The
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(FUNGI), completing the work, by Sir W.J. Hooker, and the Rev. M. J.

Berkeley. 8vo. 12s.

MUSCOLOGIA BRITANNICA: containing the

Mosses of Great Britain and Ireland, systematically arranged and described;
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2d Edit. 8vo. enlarged, 31s. 6d. plain; 3l. 3s. coloured.

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LATE PRESIDENT OF THE LINNAIAN SOCIETY, ETC.

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Vol. V. Parti, lis.—CRYPTOGAMIA: comprising the Mosses, Hepatica;,
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Vol. V. Part 2. 12s.— The FUNGI—completing the Work-by Sir W. J.
Hooker, and the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, F.L.S., &c.

COMPENDIUM OF THE ENGLISH FLORA.

2d Edition, with Additions and Corrections. By Sir W. J. Hooker, 12mo.

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THE SAME IN LATIN. 5th Edition, 12mo. 7s. 6d.

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF PHY-

SIOLOGICAL AND SYSTEMATICAL BOTANY. New Edition, with
Illustrations of the Natural Orders (combining the object of Sir J. Smith's
"Grammar" with that of his *' Introduction.") By Sir VV. J. Hooker. 8vo.
36 Plates, 10s. cloth.

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