Imagens das páginas
PDF
ePub

NEW WORKS

IN THE COURSE OF PUBLICATION,

BY

C. J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE, PALL MALL.

I.

The LIFE and TIMES of WILLIAM LAUD, D.D.

Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.

By JOHN PARKER LAWSON, M.A.
2 vols. 8vo. with a Portrait beautifully engraved by Dean.

Just Published.

II.
Some ACCOUNT of the WRITINGS and OPINIONS of

JUSTIN MARTYR. 8vo.
By the Right Rev. JOHN KAYE, D.D.

Lord Bishop of Lincoln.

III.

SERMONS.
By the Rev. THOMAS ARNOLD, D.D.
Head Master of Rugby School.

In one Volume, 8vo.

IV.

TRACTATUS VARII INTEGRI,
ex Operibus PATRUM GRÆCORUM et LATINORUM excerpti.

A THOMA TURTON,
Sanctæ Theologiæ apud Cantabrigienses Professore Regio.

In one large Volume, 8vo.
In forming this Work, it is the Editor's intention to publish, for the use of Students in
Divinity, a Selection of the most valuable Productions of the Fathers

who fourished during the first Four Centuries.

[ocr errors]

The BAMPTON LECTURE for 1828.
The Religious Necessity of the Reformation asserted, and the Extent to which it
was carried in the Church of England vindicated, in EIGHT SERMONS,
preached before the University of Oxford, in the Year 1828, at the
Lecture founded by the late Rev. John BAMPTON, M.A.

Canon of Salisbury. 8vo. 8s.

By THOMAS HORNE, B.D.
Rector of St. Catherine Coleman, and formerly Student of Christ Church.

VI.

The LAST HOURS of EMINENT CHRISTIANS;
compiled from the best Authorities, and Chronologically arranged. 8vo.

By the Rev. HENRY CLISSOLD, M.A.

Minister of Stockwell Chapel, Lambeth.
This work is designed to present the most illustrious examples of Devotion, Tranquillity,
Fortitude, and Penitence, together with the most striking instances

of the brevity and uncertainty of human Life.

VII.

PRACTICAL SERMONS on the LORD'S PRAYER

and the Beatitudes, adapted to Family Reading.
With TWO SERMONS on the SACRAMENT of the LORD'S SUPPER.

By SAMUEL WIX, A.M. F.R.S. & A.S.
Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Less.

In 8vo.

VIII.

TESTIMONIES
in Proof of the separate Existence of the Soul in a state of Self-consciousness
between Death and the Resurrection. To which is added, the

Psychopannychia of Calvin. Small 8vo.
By the Rev. THOMAS HUNTINGFORD, M.A.

Vicar of Kempsford, Gloucestershire.

IX.

An ACCOUNT of the FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, and

EXHIBITIONS,
at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, by whom founded, and whether
open to Natives of England and Wales, or restricted to particular Places or
Persons: also such Colleges, Public Schools, Endowed Grammar Schools,
Chartered Companies, Corporate Bodies, Trustees, &c. as have Uni-
versity Advantages attached to them, or in their Patronage.

With appropriate Indexes and References. In 18mo.

X.

The GERMAN PULPIT; being a Collection of Sermons by the most eminent modern Divines of Germany.

Translated by the Rev. R. BAKER,
Chaplain to the British Factory at Hamburgh.

In one volume, 8vo.

XI.

A LETTER to the LORD BISHOP of LONDON; containing Strictures on Mr. Pusey's. Historical Inquiry into the Rationalist Character lately predominant in the Theology of Germany.' 8vo.

By the Rev. HUGH JAMES ROSE, B.D.

XII.

ÆSCHYLI AGAMEMNON. Printed from the corrected Edition of Bishop Blomfield; and accompanied by the GERMAN VERSION of VOSS; and a New ENGLISH TRANSLATION in Blank Verse. To which are added, copious Notes, Critical and Explanatory, and Indexes of Authors, Subjects and Words.

By JAMES KENNEDY, D.D. Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and Ossory Lecturer in Greek in the University.

Royal 8vo.

XIII.

TWENTY-ONE PRAYERS, composed from the Psalms, for the Sick and Afflicted. To which are added various other Forms of Prayer for the same purpose. With a few Hints and Directions on the Visitation of the Sick, chiefly intended for the use

of the Clergy. In 12mo.
By the Rev. JAMES SLADE, M.A.

Vicar of Bolton le Moors.

XIV.

A NEW EDITION OF

The CLERICAL GUIDE, or ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. Containing a complete Register of all the BENEFICES in ENGLAND and WALES, arranged alphabetically; with the Names of their INCUMBENTS.

Corrected to 1829. Royal 8vo.

XV.

FRIENDLY ADVICE to MY POOR NEIGHBOURS,

In a Series of Cottage Tales and Dialogues. 12mo.

By a MEMBER of the Church of England,

XVI.

THE FOURTH EDITION OF INSTRUCTIONS for the USE of CANDIDATES for HOLY

ORDERS, and of the PAROCHIAL CLERGY, As to Ordination, Licenses, Institutions, Collations, Induction, Reading in, Resignations, Dispensations; with Acts of Parliament relating to the Residence of the Clergy, Maintenance of Curates, and to exchanges of Parsonage Houses and Glebe Lands, with the Forms to be used. 8vo.

By CHRISTOPHER HODGSON,
Secretary to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury.

XVII.

PROPHECIES of CHRIST and CHRISTIAN TIMES; selected from the Old and New Testament, and arranged according to the Periods

in which they were pronounced. By a LAYMAN. 8vo.
Edited by the Rev. HENRY CLISSOLD, M.A.

Minister of Stockwell Chapel, Lambeth.

XVIII.

A PLAIN and SHORT HISTORY of ENGLAND for CHILDREN.

In Letters from a Father to his Son. 18mo.
By the Editor of “The COTTAGER'S MONTHLY VISITOR."

XIX.

A NEW EDITION OF

FAMILIAR SERMONS on several of the Doctrines and Duties of the Christian Religion. In 3 vols. 8vo.

Ry the Rev. WILLIAM BARROW, LL.D. & F.A.S.

Prebendary of Southwell and Vicar of Farnfield.

XX.

FRIENDLY and SEASONABLE ADVICE to the ROMAN CATHOLICS of ENGLAND. Fourth Edition. With an Appendix and Notes. Edited by the Rev. WALTER FARQUHAR HOOK, M.A.

Chaplain in Ordinary to the King.

12mo. 58.

XXI.

BIBLE POETRY. By the Author of “ Sermons for Sunday Evenings on the Ten Commandments.”

12mo. 4s.

XXII.

ECCLESIASTICAL ANNALS
from the Commencement of Scripture History to the Sixteenth Century; being a
compressed Translation of the Introductio ad Historiam et Antiquitates Sacras
of Professor SPANHEIM, of Leyden. With Elements of Chronology,
the Geography of Palestine, and Chronological Tables.

By the Rev. GEORGE WRIGHT,
Incumbent Curate of New Monckton, Yorkshire.

In 8vo.

XXIII.

A TREATISE ON ALGEBRA.
By the Rev. GEORGE PEACOCK, A.M. F.R.S. F.G.S.
Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge.

In 8vo. With PLATES.

XXIV.

A COMPENDIOUS VIEW
of the EVIDENCES of NATURAL and REVEALED RELIGION;
being the Substance of LECTURES read in the University of King's College

Aberdeen. In 8vo. 8s. 6d.
By ALEXANDER and GILBERT GERARD, D.D.
Late Professors of Divinity and Chaplains in Ordinary for Scotland to his late

Majesty.

XXV.

[ocr errors]

The PSALTER of DAVID:
With Titles and COLLECTS, according to the matter of each Psalm;

and Devotions for General Use. New Edition, 12mo.
By the Right Rev. JEREMY TAYLOR, D.D.

Late Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore.

XXVI.

THE HOLY WEEK; or the Passion of our Blessed Saviour, (with a Supplement for Easter,) taken from Dean Stanhope's Paraphrase and Comment on the Epistles and Gospels

in the Liturgy of the Church of England. 12mo. 5s.

XXVII.

A FOURTH EDITION OF
A CONCORDANCE to the HOLY BIBLE;
to which is added a GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX, with the Calendar and Table
of Lessons; designed to accompany any Quarto Edition of the Bible, and
adapted to the Maps and Notes of the FAMILY BIBLE, published under
the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.

Edited by JAMES W. BELLAMY, M.A.
Head Master of Merchant-Taylor's School, and Prebendary of St. Paul's.

« AnteriorContinuar »