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ECCLESIASTES; OR, THE PREACHER.
The Words of the Preacher, Son of David, King of Jerusalem. From the Holy Scriptures. Being the Twelve Chapters of the Book of Ecclesiastes, elegantly illuminated, in the Missal Style, by Owen Jones. Imperial Svo. in very massive carved covers, 42s.; or handsomely bound in morocco, 50s.
ECCLESTON-AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH ANTI
QUITIE9. Intended as a Companion to the History of England. By James Itch: Ston, B.A. Head Master of Sutton Coldneld Grammar School. 8vo. with numerous Engravings on Wood, 21s. cloth.
With which is incorporated much of the elementary part of the " Institutions Physiologies:" of J F. Blumentmch, Professor in the University of GOttingen. By John Elliotson, M.D. Cantab. F.R.S. Fifth Edition. Svo. with numerous Woodcuts, 42. 2s. cloth.
THE ENGLISHMAN'S GREEK CONCORDANCE OF THE
NEW TESTAMENT: being an Attempt at a Verbal Connexion between the Greek and the English Texts; including a Concordance to the Proper Names, with Indexes, Greek-English and English-Greek. New Edition, with a new Index. Royal Svo. 43s. cloth.
THE ENGLISHMAN'S HEBREW AND CHALDEE CON
CORDANCE of the OLD TESTAMENT; being an attempt at a Verbal Connection between tbe Original and the English Translations: with Indexes, a List of the Proper Names and their occurrences, &c. 2 vols, royal Svo. 43.13s. fid. cloth; large paper, £i. 14s. Oil.
EOTVOS.-THE VILLAGE NOTARY:
A Romance of Hungarian Life. Translated from tbe Hungarian of Baron Eotvos, by Otto Wbnckstern'. With Introductory Remarks, written expressly for the present Translation, by Fkancis Pulszky. t vols, post 8vo. [Nearly read).
EPHEMERA.-A HAND-BOOK OF ANGLING;
Teaching Fly-fisbing, Trolling, Bottom-fishinir, Salmon-fishing; with the Natural History of River Fish, and the best modes of Catching them. By Epkbmbra, of " Bell's Life in London." New Edition, enlarged. Fcp Svo. with numerous Woodcuts, 9s. cloth.
ERMAN.-TRAVELS IN SIBERIA:
including Excursions northwards, down the Obi, to the Polar Circle, and southwards to the Chinese Frontier. By Adolph Ebman. Translated by W. D. Coolby, Esq. Author of "The History of Maritime and Inland Discovery:" Translator and Editor of Parrot's "Journey to Ararat." 2 vols. Svo. with Map, 31a. Gil. cloth.
ETHERIDGE.-THE APOSTOLICAL ACTS AND EPISTLES,
From the Peschito, or Ancient Syriac To which are added, tbe remaining Epistles, and the Book of Revelation, after a later Syrian Text. Translated, with Prolegom >na and Indices, by J. \V. Etheridge, M.A. Doctor in Philosophy of the University of HeidelbiTg, and Member of the Asiatic Society of Paris. Royal 12mo. 7s. Cd. cloth.
EVANS-THE SUGAR PLANTER'S MANUAL:
Being a Treatise on the Art of obtaining Sugar from the Sugar Cane. By W.j.evans, M.D. Svo. 9s. cloth.
FAREY.-A TREATISE ON THE STEAM ENGINE,
Historical, Practical, and Descriptive. By John Parky, Engineer. 4to. with 35 Plates, and numerous Woodcuts, Jt 5. 5s. boards.
FERGUSSON.-AN HISTORICAL INQUIRY INTO THE TRUE
PRINCIPLES of BEAUTY in ART, more especially with reference to ARCHITECTURE. By James Fsbgusson, Esq.; Author of "An Essay on the Ancient Topography of Jerusalem." " Picturesque Illustrations of Ancient Architecture in Hindostan," &c. With 5 Copperplates, a coloured Lithographic Engraving, and upwards of 100 Woodcuts. Imperial Svo. 30s. cloth.
FLOWERS AND THEIR KINDRED THOUGHTS:
A Series of Stanzas—On Hope, Innocence, Modesty. Childhood, Humility. Joy. Love, Constancy, Fascination, Timidity, Fine Taste, Thoughts, Recollection, and Friendship. By Mary Anne Bacon. Illustrated by the Snowdrop, Primrose, Violet, Harebell, and Pimpernel, Lilley of the Valley, Hawthorn, Rose, Honeysuckle, Carnation, Convolvulus, Fuchsia, Pansy, Forget-me-not, and Holly ; designed and printed in Colours by Owen Jones. Imperial 8vo. 3ls. 6d. elegantly bound.
FORSTER.-THE HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF ARABIA;
or, the Patriarchal Evidences of Revealed Religion. A Memoir, with illustrative Map* and an Appendix, containing1 Translations, with an Alphabet and Glossary of the Hamyaritic Inscriptions recently discovered in Hadramaut. By the Rev. Charles Forstks, Aiitlior of *' Mahoiuetaiiism Unveiled." 2 vols. 8vo. 30s. cloth.
FOSS.-THE JUDGES OF ENGLAND:
with Sketches of their Lives, and Miscellaneous Notices connected with the Courts at Westminster from the time of the Conquest. By Edward Foss, F.S.A. of the Inner Temple. Vols. I. and II. 8vo. 28s. cloth.
FOSTER—A HANDBOOK OF MODERN EUROPEAN LITE
RATl'KK: British, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish and Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. With a full Biographical and Chronological Index. By Mrs. Foster. Fcp. 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth. *»* The object o( this book is, not so much to give elaborate criticisms on the various writers in the language to whose literature it is intended as a guide, as to direct the student to the best writers in each, and to inform him on what subjects they have written.
FROM OXFORD TO ROME;
And, How it fared with some who lately made the Journey. By a Companion Traveller. New Edition, revised and corrected. Fcp. 8vo. with Frontispiece, 6s. cloth.
FRUITS FROM TnE GARDEN AND THE FIELD.
A Series of Stanzas. By Mary Anne Bacon, Author of "Flowers and their kindred Thoughts." With beautiful Illustrations of Fruit, designed and printed in Colours by Owen Jones. Imp. 8vo. uniform with " Flowers and their kindred Thoughts,'* 31s. 6d. [A'ear/jr ready.
GARDINER-SIGHTS IN ITALY:
W ith some Account of the Present State of Music and the Sinter Arts in that Country. By William Gardiner, Author of "Sacred Melodies," " Music of Nature,*' &c.; Member of the Academy of St. Cecilia, Rome; and of the Class of Fine Arts de I'lnstitut Historique de France. 8vo. with engraved Music, 16s. cloth.
GIBBON'S HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE
ROM AN KM PI KB. A new Edition, complete in One Volume. With an Account of the Author's Life and Writings, by Alexander Chalmers, Esq. F.A.S. 8vo. with Portrait, 18s. cloth. *»* An Edition, in 8 vols. 8vo. 60s. boards.
GILBART.-A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BANKING.
By James William Gilhart, F.R S. General Manager of the London and Westminster Bank. Sth Edition, with Portrait of the Author, and View of the " London and Westminster Bank," Lothbury. 3 vols. 8vo. 34s. cloth.
GOLDSMITH. - THE POETICAL WORKS OF OLIVER
GOLDSMITH. Illustrated by Wood Engravings, from Designs by Members of the Btchinr Club. With a Biographical Memoir, and Notes on the Poems. Edited by Bolton Cornet. Esq. Square crown 8vo. uniform with "Thomson's Seasons," 21*. cloth; or, bound in morocco, by Hayday, £\. 16s.
G0WER.-THE SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA OF DOMESTIC
LIFE, familiarly explained. By Charles Foote Gown.
New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. with
GRAHAM-ENGLISH; OR, THE ART OF COMPOSITION
explained in a Series of Instructions and Examples, revised and improved. Fcp. 8vo. 6a. cloth.
By G. F. Graham. New Edition,
GRANT-LETTERS FROM THE MOUNTAINS.
Being the Correspondence with her Friends, between the years 1773and 1803. By Mrs Grant, of Lafojan. New Edition. Edited, with Notes and Additions, by her son, J. P. Grant, Esq. 3 vols, post 8vo. 31s. cloth.
GRANT-MEMOIR AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THE
late Mrs. Grant, of Lagpin, Author of " Letters from the Mountains," "Memoirs of an American Lady," &c. Edited by her Son, 1. P. Grant, Esq. New Edition. 3 vol*, post dvu. with Portrait, 31a. 6d. cloth.
GRAY'S ELEGY (ILLUMINATED).
Gray's Elegy, Written In A Country Churchyard. Illuminated, in the .Missal style, by Owen Jon Es, Architect. Imperial 8vo. 31s. 6d. elegantly bound.
GRAY-TABLES AND FORMULA FOR THE COMPUTATION
of LIFE CONTINGENCIES; with copious Examples of Annuity, Assurance, and Friendly Society Calculations. By Peter Gray, F.R.A.S. Associate of the Institute of Actuaries of Great Britain and Ireland. Royal 8vo. ISs. cloth.
GRAY AND MITCHELL'S ORNITHOLOGY.-THE GENERA
Of BIRDS; comprising their Generic Characters, a Notice of the Habits of each Genus, and an extensive List of Species, referred to their several Genera. By George Robert Gra Y. Acad. Imp. Georg. Florent. Soc. Corresp. Senior Assistant of the Zoological Department. British Museum; and Author of the " List of the Genera of Birds/' &c. 3 vols, imperial 4to. illustrated with 350 coloured and plain Plates, by David William Mitchell.
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GRIMBLOT.-LETTERS OF WILLIAM III. AND LOUIS XIV.
and of their Ministers. Illustrating the Domestic and Foreign 1'olitics of England from the Peace of Ryswick to the Accession of Philip V. of Spain (1697 to 1770). Edited by Paul Gki.mui.ut. 3 vols. 8vo. SOs. cloth.
GWILT.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCHITECTURE;
Historical, Theoretical, and Practical. By Joseph Gwilt, Esq. F.S.A. Illustrated with upwards of 1,000 Engravings on Wood, from Designs by J. S. Gwilt. 8vo. 52s. 6d. cloth.
SIDNEY HALL'S NEW GENERAL LARGE LIBRARY ATLAS
OF FIFTY-THRKE MAPS (size 20 in. by 16in.), with the Divisions and Boundaries carefully coloured; and an Alphabetical Index of all th£ Names contained In the Mnps, with their Latitude and Longitude. An entirely New Edition, corrected throughout from the best and most recent Authorities; with all the Railways laid down, and many of the Maps re-drawn and re-engraved. Colombier 4to. *?5. 5s. half-bound in rusaia.
"This is Otic oT tlit very best of the larger collections of maps with which we arc acquainted, for clearness and accuracy, as well a* it* very reasonable cost." Several striking improvements characterise the edition before us. It has again undergone comparison with the beat authorities, contains many corrections consequent on trie latest Government surveys, supplies all the Tariona lines of railway neatly laid down, gives quite new maps where necessary, and is enriched with an alphabetical index of mo't than seventy thousand names of places contained in the collection, with their degrees of latitude and longitude. This indei, which ia quite invaluable, is printed with exquisite clearness ; and we have examined a sufficient number of names and plsces to be convinced of its general and faultless accuracy. Of Mapa.it has been properly said that they are works always in progresa. They ran never be considered as finished, because they unceasingly wait corrections to l>e supplitd by the science and enterprise of succeeding ages. A glance at the beautiful volume before us, and the most cursory comparison of it with the best collections at the opening of the present century, will shew ua the astounding rapidity with which, in such matters, both enterprise and science have advanced of (ate. and the more than equal pace Uiat is kept with both by all whose duty it is to popularise and make accessible their remit*. Such a book as this could as little have been placed within the reach of moderate means half a century ago, as the information it contains could have been even guessed at."—Eukimh.
A Fairy T»le of Love. By Mrs. S. C. Hall. With nearly 300 Wood Engravings from Designs by D. Maclise, C. Stanfield, T. Creawick, T. Landseer, and other eminent Artists. Square crown 8vo. 21s. cloth.
HARRISON.-ON THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND PRESENT
STRUCTURE of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By the Rev. M. Harbison, M.A. late Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford. Post 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth.
•'An able, enlightened, and philosophical work. From the erudite and scholarly manner in which Ui« author haa treated the. subject, he haa contrived to make his work not only excellent for the special purpose for which it is intended, but, from the mass of curious information which it contains, really interesting to all classes of readers."—Suhoat Times.
Or, the Sporting Adventures of Thomas Scott, Esq. By the Author of " Handley Cross; or, the Spa Hunt." With Eight Illustrations by Phiz. 8vo. 12s. cloth.
HAWKER-INSTRUCTIONS TO YOUNG SPORTSMEN
In all that relates to Guns and Shooting. By Lieut.-Col. P. Hawker. New Edition, corrected, enlarged, and improved; with Eighty-five Plates and Woodcuts by Adlard and Branston, from Drawings by C. Varley, Dickes, &c. 8vo. 21s. cloth.
HAYDON.-LECTURES ON PAINTING AND DESIGN:
Delivered at the London Institution, the Royal Institution, Albemarle Street, to the University of Oxford, &c. By B. It. Haydon, Historical Painter. With Portraits of the Author and of Sir David Wilkie, and Wood Engravings, from Designs by the Author. 2 vols. 8vo. 24s. cloth.
SIR GEORGE HEAD-ROME:
A Tour of Many Days. By Sir Gkokok Head. 3 vols. 8vo. Ms. cloth.
** The roads, the streets, the palaces, the churches, the fountain*, the public bnUduizs, and the private houses of any note, the baths, the fortifications, the arches, the cemeteries, the walls, the nils*, the temples, the m«nuTX)eat>, the theatres, the forums, the ruins, and the relics of every kind, and the inhabitants also, are all set before us m the best possible order, la short, it is a standard work, to last like Rome!" Litulajct (inmi.
SIR JOHN HERSCHEL.-OUTLINES OF ASTRONOMY.
By Sir John F. W. Hkkschkl, Bart &c. &c. &c. 8vo. with Plates and Woodcuts, 18a.
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MRS. HEY.-THE MORAL OF FLOWERS;
Or, Thoughts gathered from the Field and the Garden. By Mrs. Hby. Being a New Edition of "The Moral of Flowers ;" and consisting of Poetical Thoughts on Garden and Field Flowers, accompanied by Drawings beautifully coloured after Nature. Square crown 8vo. uniform in site with "Thomson's Seasons illustrated by the Etching Club," 21a. cloth.
MRS. HEY-SYLVAN MUSINGS;
Or, the Spirit of the Woods. By Mrs. Hby. Being a New Edition of the "Spirit of the Woods;" and consisting: of Poetical Thoughts on Forest Trees, accompanied by Drawings of Blossoms and Foliage, beautifully coloured after Nature. Square crown svo. uniform in sise with '* Thomson's Seasons illustrated by the Etching Club," 21s. cloth.
HINTS ON ETIQUETTE AND THE USAGES OF SOCIETY:
With a Glance at Bad Habits. By Aycryis. "Manners make the man." New Edition, revised (with additions) by a Lady of Rank. Fcp. Svo. 3s. fid. doth.
HISTORICAL PICTURES OF THE MIDDLE AGES,
In Black and White. Made on the spoj, from Records in the Archives of Switzerland. By a Wanderi.no Artist. 2 vols, post Svo. 18s. cloth.
HOARE.-A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE CULTIVATION
OF THE GRAPE VINE ON OPEN WALLS. By Clement Ho Ark. New Edition. 8vo. Ts. 6il. cloth.
HOARE.-A DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF A NEW METHOD
of PLANTING and MANAGING the ROOTS of GRAPE VINES. By Clement Hoabs, Author of "A Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape Vineon Open Walls." I2mo. is. cloth.
HOLLAND-MEDICAL NOTES AND REFLECTIONS.
By Henry Holland, M.D. F.R.S. &c. Fellow of the Royal Collereof Physicians, Phvsician Extraordinary to the Queen, and Physician in Ordinary to His Royal Highness Prince Albert. New Edition. 8vo. 18a. cloth.
HOOK.-THE LAST DAYS OF OUR LORD'S MINISTRY:
A Course of Lectures on the principal Events of Passion Week. By Walter Farouhas Hook, D D. Vicar of Leeds, Prebendary of Lincoln, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. New Edition. Fcp. Svo. 6s. cloth.
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H00KER.-THE BRITISH FLORA,
In Two Vols. Vol. I.; comprising Ptuenogamous or Flowering Plants, and the Ferns. By Sir William Jackson Hooker, K.H. LL.D. F.R.A. and L.S. &c. &c &c. New Edition, with Additions and Corrections; and 173 Figures illustrative of the Umbelliferous Plants, the Composite Plants, the Grasses, and the Ferns, svo. with 11 Plates, 14s. plain; with the Plates coloured, 34s. cloth.
Vol- II. in Two Parts, comprising the Cryptogamia and Fungi. Svo. 34s. cloth.
HORNE.-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CRITICAL STUDY HORNE.-A COMPENDIOUS INTRODUCTION TO THE
and KNOWLEDGE of the HOLY SCRIPTURES. By Thoma« Hartwrll Horne, B.D. of St. John's College, Cambridge; Rector of the united Parishes of St. Edmund tbe Kin; and Martyr, and St. Nicholas Aeons, Lombard Street; Prebendary of St. Paul's. New Edition, revised and corrected. 5 vols. Svo. with numerous Maps and Facsimiles of Biblical Manuscripts, 63s. cloth; or *&, bound in calf.
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HOWITT.-THE CHILDREN'S YEAR.
By Mary Howitt. With Four Illustrations, engraved by John Absolon, from Original Designs by Anna Maby Howitt. Square ifinio. 5s. cloth.
HOWITT.-THE BOY'S COUNTRY BOOK:
Being the real Life of a Country Boy, written by himself; exhibiting all the Amusements, Pleasures, and Pursuits of Children in the Country. Edited by William Howitt. New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. with 40 Woodcuts, 6s. cloth.
HOWITT.-THE RURAL LIFE OF ENGLAND.
By William Howitt. New Edition, corrected and revised. Medium 8vo. with Engravings on wood, by Bewick and Williams, uniform with "Visits to Remarkable Places," 21s. cloth.
HOWITT.-VISITS TO REMARKABLE PLACES;
Old Halls, Battle-Fields, and Scenes illustrative of Striking Passages in English History and Poetry. By William Howitt. New Edition. Medium 8vo. with 40 Engravings on Wood, 21s. cloth. SECOND SERIES, chiefly in the Counties of NORTHUMBERLAND and DURHAM, with a Stroll along the BORDER. Medium 8vo. with upwards of 40 Engravings on Wood, 21s. cloth.
HOWITT.-THE RURAL AND SOCIAL LIFE OF GERMANY:
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HOWITT.-COLONISATION AND CHRISTIANITY:
A Popular History of the Treatment of the Natives, in all their Colonies, by the Europeans. By William Howitt. Post 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth.
HOWSON AND CONYBEARE.-THE LIFE AND EPISTLES
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HUDSON.-THE EXECUTOR'S GUIDE.
By J. C.hudson, Esq. late of the Legacy Duty Office, London j Author of "Plain Directions for Making Wills," and "The Parent's Hand-book." New Edition. Fcp. 8vo. 5s. cloth.
HUDSON-PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING WILLS
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HUMBOLDT.-ASPECTS OF NATURE,
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BARON VON HUMBOLDT'S COSMOS;
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HUMPHREYS.-A RECORD OF THE BLACK PRINCE;
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