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PIIILLIPS.-AN ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION TO MINE
RALOGY; comprising: a Notice of the Characters, Properties, and Chemical Constitution of Minerals: with Accounts of the Places and Circumstances in which they are found. By William Phillips, F.L.S.M.G.S. &c. A New Edition, corrected, enlarged, and improved, by H. G. Rrookb, F.R.S.; and W. H. Miller, M.A., F.R.S., Professor of Mineralogy in the University of Cambridge, 8vo. with numerous Wood Engravings. [In the press.
PHILLIPS-FIGURES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
PALEOZOIC FOSSILS of CORNWALL, DEVON, and WK3T SOMERSET; observed in the course of the Ordnance Geological Survey of that District. By John Phillips, F.R.S. F.G.S. fcc Published by Order of the Lords Commissioners of H.M. Treasury. 8vo. with 60 Plates, comprising very numerous figures, 9s cloth.
PLUNKETT.-THE PAST AND FUTURE OF THE BRITISH
NAVY. By Captain the Hon. E Fluxkett, R.N. Second Edition, corrected and enlarged; with Notes, and new Information communicated by several Officers of Distinction. Post 8vo. 8s. (id. cloth.
THE POCKET AND THE STUD;
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PORTLOCK.-REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTY
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POWER-SKETCHES IN NEW ZEALAND,
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PYCROFT.-THE COLLEGIAN'S GUIDE;
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PYCROFT.-A COURSE OF ENGLISH READING,
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RANKE'S HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION.
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REID. - ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE PRINCIPLES AND
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REST IN THE CHURCH.
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RICH.-THE ILLUSTRATED COMPANION TO THE LATIN
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RICHTER-LEVANA; OR, THE DOCTRINE OF EDUCATION.
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RIDDLE.-A COPIOUS AND CRITICAL LATIN-ENGLISH
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RIDDLE.-A COMPLETE LATIN-ENGLISH AND ENGLISH
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RIDDLE.-A DIAMOND LATIN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
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RIDDLE. -ECCLESIASTICAL CHRONOLOGY;
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RIDDLE-LETTERS FROM AN ABSENT GODFATHER;
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RITCHIE-RAILWAYS: THEIR RISE AND PROGRESS,
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RIVERS.-THE ROSE AMATEUR'S GUIDE;
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R0BINS0N.-THE WHOLE ART OF CURING, PICKLING,
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ROBINSON.-THE WHOLE ART OF MAKING BRITISH
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ROGERS.-THE VEGETABLE CULTIVATOR;
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R0WT0N.-THE FEMALE POETS OF GREAT BRITAIN,
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SANDBY.-MESMERISM AND ITS OPPONENTS.
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SANDEORD -PAROCHI ALIA,
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SCHLEIDEN—PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC BOTANY;
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SCOFFERN -TILE MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR,
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SEAWARD-SIR EDWARD SEAWARD'S NARRATIVE OF
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SMITH-SERMONS PREACHED AT ST. PAUL'S CATHE
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SOAMES.-TIIE LATIN CHURCH DURING ANGLO-SAXON
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SOUTIIEY.-SELECT WORKS OF THE BRITISH POETS,
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SOUTHEY—THE LATE MR. SOUTHEY'S COMMON-PLACE
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SOUTHEY—THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THE
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SOUTHEY.-THE LIFE OF WESLEY;
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