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STABLE TALK AND TABLE TALK;

or, SPKCTACLES for Y<>UXG SPORTSMEN. By Harry Hieovkr. New Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. with Portrait, 24s. cloth.

STEEL'S SHIPMASTER'S ASSISTANT;

Compiled for the use of Merchants, Owners and Masters of Ships, Officers of Customs, and all Person* connected with Shipping or Commerce: containing the Law and Local Regulations affecting the (Ownership, Charge, and Management of Ships and their Cargoes; together with Notices of other Matter*, and all necessary Information for Mariners. New Edition, rewritten throughout. Edited by Graham Willmorb, Esq. M.A. Barrister-at-Law; Gf.orqk it i .\m,n rs.of tlic Customs, London; and William Tate, Author of "The Modern Cambist.'* Svo. 28s. cloth; or, 2(js. bound.

STEPHEN-ESSAYS IN ECCLESIASTICAL BIOGRAPHY.

By the Right Hon. Sir James Stephen, K.C.B. 2 vols. Svo. 24s. cloth.

•* Aa a complete treasury of bioirraphyof men whose lite* deierve to be known, we heartily recommend these volume* to all who ran admire taint, love healthy reading, and are rteairuua, not only of rich amusement, bnt of bring furnished with instruction worth Ute remembering." Cbcich And Stats Qaiettx.

STEPHEN-HISTORY OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF

SCOTLAND, from the Rconnntion to the Present Time. By Thomas Stkphkn, Author of "The Hook ot the Conitituiion," "Spirit of the C'liurrh of Home," &c. 4 vols. Svo. with 24 highly-tiuisbeil Portraits engraved on steel, 32a. cloth.

STEPHENS. —A MANUAL OF BRITISH COLEOPTERA,

or, BEbTLK.-: containiniraDescriptionof all the Species of Beetles hitherto ascertained to inlmliit Great Hriluin and Ireland, &c. With a Complete Index of the Genera. By J. F. STKriiKNs, F.L.S. Author of "Illustrations of Entomoloey." Post 8vo. 14s. cloth.

THE STUD, FOR PRACTICAL PURPOSES AND PRACTICAL

MEN: being a Guide to the Choice of a Horse for use more than for show. By Harry Hikovrr, Author of "Stable Talk and Table Talk." Uniform with the "The Pocket and the Stud." With Two Plates, one representing "A pretty good port for most purposes;" the other "' Rayther' a bad sort for any purpose." Fcp. 8vo. 5s. half-bound.

** A useful snide, not only to the practiced huycr and acller of horse neah, but to a neraon who Intend* to be a p rcbaaer only on •©me ■ perial occasion*. It will cuard him a^ain*! mnnv a fraud, if it doe* not quite put him up to the good polnta; and after Ute peruatl of tbi« little volume it would l>e difficult fur (he knowing onea to take him in. Berore buying a bor.e, therefore, we would adviae all our readers to procure and peruae thia volume : they will aave the coat tea time* over In the bargain." Ceitic.

THE SUITOR'S INSTRUCTOR IN THE PRACTICE OF THE

COUNTY COURTS: containing" ell the Information necessary for Conducting or Defending a Suit; the Fee* payable on each Step ; Definitions of the I^egul Terms used in the Proceedings; an Abstract of the Act of Parliament; the Rules of Practice. &c. &c Also, a District Directory.

S'ving the Numea of all the Streets (and the number of Houses in each Street) which form the jundaries of the Metropolitan Districts, made from an artual Per mbulation aroun each; and a List of the Country Districts. By a County Court Assistant Clerk. 12uio. 4a. fid. cloth.

SWAIN.-ENGLISH MELODIES.

By Charles Swain, Author of "The Mind, and other Poems." Fcp. Svo. 6«. cloth.

"A volume of lyrira which will be read with a»:rlity The liverertv of an Meet-—tltc harmony of rhythm—the

feeling a&d kindlineea of h'-art—the pathoa manifeated—muat render thla book dreervedly popular. There la in Dumber* of the •onfa a atriking originality that cannot fail to charm the reader and rivet hia attention."

ftVRDa.1 TlMBI.

TATE.-THE CONTINUOUS HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND

WRITINGS OF ST. PAUL, on the baaia of the Acta; with Intercalary Matter of Sacred Narrative, supplied from the Kpiatles, and elucidated in occasional Dissertations: with the Hone Paulina- of Dr. Paley, in a more correct edition, subjoined. By Jamks Tatk, M.A. Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's. Svo. with Map. 13». cloth.

TAYLER.-MARGARET;

Ot, the Pearl. By the Rev. Ch A Rlks B-tayler, M.A. Rector of St. Peter% Cheater, Author of "Lady Mary; or. Not of the World," &c. New Edition. Fcp. Svo. 6a. cloth.

TAYLER.-LADY MARY;

Or, Not of the World. By the Rev. Charles B. Tayleb, Rector of 9t. Peter's, Chester; Author of" Margaret, or the Pearl," &c. New Edition, with • Frontispiece engraved by J. Absulon. Pep. Svo. 6s. 6d. cloth.

TAYLOR-LOYOLA: AND JESUITISM IN ITS RUDIMENTS.

By Isaac Taylor, Author of *' Natural History of Enthusiasm," &c. Post 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth.

"Varinui book* no individual Jesuits, or on the constitution* of their order, have lately appeared, but nothing at all •? preaching in interest or merit to Loyola: and Jrtvitisnt in it» Rudiments. ... a book tint mult be carefully read by any one who wishes to form a true idea of Loyola, aud an idea of Jesuitism."—Spectator.

"Mr. Taylor has thrown togeUier, with the powerful grasp of his mind, the principal events and circumstance* which pave rise to the institution of the Jesuit order, and sketched out the character of its founder wiUi a masterly hand. After all the tratth that has l*en written on the subject of late, it is refreshing to turn over the pasts of a work In which the subject is handled with the dignity and severity of truth which its importance and the character of history alike demand."

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THIRLWALL-THE HISTORY OF GREECE.

By the Ripht Rev. the Lord Bishop of St. David's (the Rev. Con nop Thirlwall). A New Edition, revised; with Notes. Vols. I. to V. 8vo. with Maps, 36s. cloth. To be completed in 8 volumes, price 12s. each. [Vol. VI. nearly ready.

"We are glad to receive another volume of this edition of Bishop Thirl wall's ' History,' and are quite satisfied, on an inspection ofiu contents, at the delay which has occurred in its apisrarance. The work is one of which Fngli*h scholar shi|i mav well be proud—uniting sound erudition with elegant taste, an intimate knowledge of the aoorces of Greek history, with a discriminating judgment, and a very felicitous style of composition. Having repeatedly expressed our opinion on its merits, w« shall not now make any attempt at elaborate criticism.... We know of no classical history which, aa a whole, is soentitled to approval and admiration. Bishop Thirlwall h <a evidently spared no pains to perfect the work.

and he will hate his reward in the permanent hold it must take on the public mind The present work is up to the

requirement1* of the scholarship of the day. It is erudite without being dry, an>i liberal without acepticu-m. It bespeaks the learning of a scholar and the manners of a gentleman, and constitute* a record of the past, from which the student and the philosopher of our day may gain an instructive insight into the character and institutions of the Greeks."

Eclectic Ritibw.

*»* Also, an Edition in 8 vols. fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, *£% 8s. cloth.

THOMSON'S SEASONS.

Edited by Bolton Cornky, Esq. Illustrated with Seventy-seven Designs drawn ou Wood, by Members of the Etching; Club. Engraved by Thompson and other eminent Engravers. Square crown 8vo. uniform with "Goldsmith's Poems," 21s. cloth; or, bound in morocco, by Hayday, 36s.

THOMSON'S SEASONS.

Edited, with Notes, Philosophical, Classical, Historical, and Biographical, by Anthony Todd Thomson, M.D. F.L.S. Fcp. 8vo. 7s. 6d. cloth.

THOMSON-THE DOMESTIC MANAGEMENT OF THE SICK

ROOM, necessary, in Aid of Medical Treatment, for the Cure of Diseases. By Anthoky Todd Thomson, M.I). F.L.S. Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and of Forensic Medicine, in University College, London. New Edition. Post 8vo. 10s. lid. cloth.

THOMSON-TABLES OF INTEREST,

At Three, Four, Four-and-a-Half, and Five per Cent., from One Pound to Ten Thousand, and from One to Three Hundred and Mxty-five DayB, in a regular progression of single Dsys; with Interest at all the above Rates, from One to Twelve Months, and from One to Ten Years. Also, numerous other Tables of Exchanges, Time, and Discounts. By John Thomson, Accountant. New Edition. 12mo. 8s. bound. a

THOMSON-SCHOOL CHEMISTRY;

Or, Practical Rudiments of the Science. By Robert Dundas Thomson, M.D. Master in Surgery in the University of Glasgow; Lecturer on Chemistry in the same University ; and formerly in the Medical Service of the Honourable East India Company. Fep 8vo. with Woodcuts, 7s. cloth.

THOMSON-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES ON THE FOOD

of ANIMALS and the FATTENING of CATTLE: with Remarks on the Food of Man. By Robeht Dundas Thomson, M.D. Author of " School Chemistry; or. Practical Rudiments of the Science." Fcp. 8vo. 5s. cloth.

THE THUMB BIBLE;

Or, Verbum Sempiternum. By J. Taylor. Being an Epitome of the Old and-New Testaments in English Verse. Printed from the Edition of 1693, by C. Whittinghatn, Chiswick.

64nit>. Is. 6d. bound and clasped.

TOMLINE-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE

BIBLE: containing Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptnrea; a Summary of the History of the Jews; an Account of the Jewish Sects; and a brief Statement of the Contents of the several Books of the Old and New Testaments. By G Eokoe Tomline, D.D. F.R.S. New Edition Fcp. 8vo. Ss. 6d. cloth.

TOOKE.-THE HISTORY OF PRICES:

With reference to the Causes of their principal Variations, from the year 1793 to the year 1838, inclusive. Preceded by a Sketch of the History of the Corn Trade in the last Two Centuries. By Thomas Tooke, Esq. F.R.S. 3 vols. svo. i'i 8s. cloth.

TOOKE.-THE HISTORY OF PRICES, AND OF THE STATE

of the CIRCULATION from 1839 to 1847, inclusive: with a general Review of the Currency Question, and Remarks on the operation of the Acts 7 and 6 Vict. c. 32: being a continuation of "The History of Prices, from 1793 to 1838." By T. Tooke, Esq. F.R.S. Svo. 18s. cloth.

TOWNSEND-THE LIVES OF TWELVE EMINENT JUDGES

of the LAST and of the PRESENT CENTURY. By W. Charles Townsbnd, Esq. M.A. Recorder of Macclesfield; Author of " Memoirs of the House of Commons." a vols. 8vo. 28s. cloth.

TURNER-THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,

From the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth. By Sharon Turner, Esq. F.A.S. R.A.S.L. New Editions. 12 vols. Svo. IB. 3s. cloth.—Or, separately,

THE HISTORY of the ANGLO-SAXONS. 3 vols. Svo. *r2. 5s. boards.

THE HISTORY of ENGLAND during the MIDDLE AGES. 5 vols. Svo. .*.1, txla.

THE HISTORY of the REIGN of HENRY VIII. 2 vols. 8vo. 2«s. boards.

THE REIGNS of EDWARD VI., MARY, and ELIZABETH. 2 vols. 8vo. 32s. bdi.

TURNER-THE SACRED HISTORY OF THE WORLD,

Attempted to be Philosophically considered, in a Series of Letters to a Son. By Sharon Turner, F.S.A. and R.A.S.L. New Edition, edited by the Rev. Sydney Turner. 3 vols, post 8vo. 31s. Cd. cloth.

DR. TURTON'S MANUAL OF THE LAND AND FRESH

WATER SHELLS of the BRITISH ISLANDS. A New Edition, thoroughly revised and with considerable Additions. By John Edward Gray, Keeper of the Zoological Collection in the British Museum. Post Svo. with Woodcuts, and 12 Coloured Plates 15s. cloth.

TWELVE YEARS AGO: A TALE.

By the Author of " Letters to my Unknown Friends." Fcp. Svo. 6s. 6d. cloth.

TWINING.-ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF PAINTING:

A Theoretical and Practical Treatise; comprising ^Esthetics in reference to Art—the Application of Rules to Painting-and ( eneral Observations on Perspective. By H. Twining, teq. Imperial Svo. with numerous Plates and Wood tngravings, 21s. cloth.

URE.-DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES, & MINES;

Containing a clear Exposition of their Principles and Practice. By Andrew Ure, M.I). F.R.S. M.G.S. M.A.S. Lond.; M. Acad. N.L. Philad.; S. Ph. Soc. N. Germ. Hanov.; Mulii. &c. &c. New Edition, corrected. Svo. with 1,240 Engravings on Wood, 50s. cloth.—Also,

SUPPLEMENT of RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. New Edition. Svo. with WoodcuU, 14a. cloth.

VON ORLICH.-TRAVELS IN INDIA;

IncludingScinde and the Punjab,in 1842 and 1843. By Capt. Leopold Von Orlich. Translated from theGemina, by H. Evans Lloyd, Esq. 2 vols. Svo. with coloured Frontispieces, and numerous Illustrations on Wood, 25s. cloth.

WALFORD.-THE LAWS OF THE CUSTOMS,

Compiled by Direction of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, and published under the Sanction of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs; with Notes and a General Index. Edited by J. G. Walford, Esq. Solicitor for the Customs. Svo. 10s. 6d. cloth.

WALKER-CHESS STUDIES;

Comprising One Thousand Gaines of Chess, as really plaved by the first Chess Players; forming a complete Encyclopedia of Reference, and presenting the greatest Collection extant of fine specimens of strategy in every stage of the Game. Selected and arranged by Gkorqe Walker, Author of " Chess made Easy," &c. Svo. 10s. Oil. sewed.

82 NEW WORKS AND NEW EDITIONS.

WALKER -ELEMENTA LITURGICA;

"r of I

New Edition, entirely rearranged an

Or, tbe Churchman's Mirror, for the Scholaatic Study of the Bo k of Common Prayer. By G. A. Walker, A.M., of Christ College, Cambridge. New Edition, entirely rearranged and

considerably enlarged. Fcp. Svo. -is. Gd, clotb.

WARDLAW.-DISCOURSES ON THE PRINCIPAL POINTS

OP THE SOC1NI AN CONTROVERSY—the Unity of God, and the Trinity of Persons in the Godhead; the Supreme Divinity of Jesus Christ; the Doctrine of the Atonement; the Christian Character, &c. By Ralph Yyardlaw, D.D. New Edition, Svo. 15s. cloth

WATERTON -ESSAYS ON NATURAL HISTORY,

Chiefly Ornithology. By Charles Watkrtok, Esq., Author of "Wanderings in South America." With an Autobiography of tbe Author, and Views of Walton HalL New Edition. 3 vols. fcp. Svo. Us. 6d. cloth.

*»* Separately—Vol. I. (First Series), 8s.; Vol. II. (Second Series), 6s. 6d.

WEBSTER.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY,

Comprising such subjects as are most immediately connected with Housekeeping: as, lite Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting them—A description of the various articles of Furniture, with the nature of their MaterialsDuties of Servants, &c. &c. &c. By Thomas Wkbstkk, F.G.S.; assisted by the late Mrs. Parke*. New Edition. Svo. with nearly 1,000 Woodcuts, 50*. cloth.

WESTWOOD.-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MODERN

CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS; founded on the Natural Habits and compounding Organisation of the different Familiea. By J. O. Wkstwood, F.L S. &c. &c. &c. 2 vol». 8ro. with numerous Illustrations, jtl. 7s. cloth.

WILBERFORCE.-A PRACTICAL VIEW OF THE PREVAIL

ING RELIGIOUS SYSTEMS of PROFESSED CHRISTIANS, in the Higher and Middle Classes in this Country, contrasted with Real Christianity. By Wm Wilbkrforcb., E&q. M.P. New Edition. 8vo. 8s. boards.—Also, an Edition in fcp. Svo. price 4s. 6d. cloth.

LADY WILLOUGHBY'S DIARY.

So much of the Diary of Lady Willouirhby as relates to her Domestic History, and lo the Eventful Period of King Charles the First, the Protectorate, and the Restoration (I6S5 to 1663). Printed, ornamented, and bound in the style of the period to which The Diary refers. New Edition. In Two Parts. Square (cp. 8vo. Ss. each, boards; or 18s. each, bound in morocco by Hayday.

WILSON.-THE LANDS OF THE BIBLE VISITED AND'

DESCRIBED, in an Extensive Journey undertaken with special reference to the promotion of Biblical Research and the advancement of the Canse of Philanthropy. By John Wilson, D.D. F.R.S. Honorary President of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, &c. 2 vols. Svo. with Maps and numerous Illustrations, tgl. 16s. cloth.

WOOD.-A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON RAILROADS,

And Interior Communication in General; containing numerous Experiments on the Powers . of the Improved Locomotive Engines, and Tables of tbe comparative Cost of Conveyance on Canals, Railways, and Turnpike Roads. By Nicholas Wood, Menib. Inst. Civ. Eng. &c. New Edition. Svo. with Plates and Woodcuts, Sis. 6d. cloth.

WOODCOCK-SCRIPTURE LANDS:

Being a Visit to the Scenes of the Bible. By tbe Kev. W. J. Woodcock, St. Agnes, Nassau, New Providence. With 4 coloured Plates. Post Svo. 10s. 6il. cloth.

'* This ia a very entertain>m* journal. The author Landed at Bey rout, nod paining through Danu*ra* and Tibmaa to Jerusalem, from thence diverted to the mot remarkable place* in the Hulj Land To those who take an interest in the present cimmiiUnca of Judaea, we can safely recommend Una volume. The author's rie«s of the tradition* of the holy place* axe quite Uioae which we ahouki take oursel***." BaiTiso MMiil>t.

ZUMPT'S GRAMMAR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE.

Translated and adapted for the use of English Students, with tbe Author's sanction and co-operation, by Dr. L. Schmitz, F.R.S.K., Rector of the High School of Edinburgh: with copious Corrections and Additions communicated to Or. Schmitz, for the authorised English Translation, by Professor ZUMPT. New Edition, corrected. Svo. Us. cloth.

[September 30,1849.

MILftUH t«D lion** , lktN>ai aTK**T, S»OM MILL, LONDON.

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