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SCIENCE-continued. THE HISTORY OF THE NATURAL CREATION, Being a Series

of Popular Scientific Lectures on the General Theory of Progression of Species; with a Dissertation on the Theories of Darwin and Goethe ; more especially applying them to the Origin of Man, and to other Fundamental Questions of Natural Science connected therewith. By Professor Ernst Šæckel, of the University of Jena. Svo. With Woodcuts and Plates.

[In the Press. Second Edition. CHANGE OF AIR AND SCENE. A Physician's Hints about Doctors,

Patients, Hygiène, and Society; with Notes of Excursions for health in the
Pyrenees, and amongst the Watering-places of France (Inland and Sea-
ward), Switzerland, Corsica, and the Mediterranean. By Dr. Alphonse
Donné. Large post Svo. Price 9s.

“A very readable and serviceable book. | continent for their mineral waters." - Pall
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which have gained a reputation on the Guardian.

MISS YOUMANS' FIRST BOOK OF BOTANY. Designed to

cultivate the observing powers of Children. From the Author's latest Stereotyped Edition. New and Enlarged Edition, with 300 Engravings. Crown 8vo. 55.

“It is but rarely that a school-book ap- | the case with Miss Youmans' First Book pears which is at once so novel in plan, so of Botany. ... It has been everywhere successful in execution, and so suited to the welcomed as a timely and invaluable congeneral want, as to command universal and tribution to the improvement of primary unqualified approbation, but such has been education.”Pall Mall Gazette.

AN ARABIC AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY OF THE KORAN.

By Major J. Penrice, B.A. 4to. Price 21s.

MODERN GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. By T. G. Jackson.

Crown 8vo. Price 5s.

“The reader will find some of the most tration, and in style of composition, which important doctrines of eminent art teachers tends to commend his views. " Edinburgh practically applied in this little book, Daily Review. which is well written and popular in “This thoughtful little book is worthy style."--Manchester Examiner.

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A TREATISE ON RELAPSING FEVER. By R. T. Lyons,

Assistant-Surgeon, Bengal Army. Small post Svo. 75. 6d.

“A practical work thoroughly supported in its views by a series of remarkable cases." --Standard.

65, Cornhill; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

SCIENCE-continued.

FOUR WORKS BY DR. EDWARD SMITH. I. HEALTH AND DISEASE, as influenced by the Daily, Seasonal and

other Cyclical Changes in the Human System. A New Edit. 7s. 6d.

11. FOODS. Second Edition, Profusely Illustrated.

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III. PRACTICAL DIETARY FOR FAMILIES, SCHOOLS, AND

THE LABOURING CLASSES: A New Edit. Price 35. 6d.

IV. CONSUMPTION IN ITS EARLY AND REMEDIABLE

STAGES. A New Edit. 75. 6d.

THE PORT OF REFUGE; OR, COUNSEL AND AID TO SHIPMASTERS

IN DIFFICULTY, DOUBT, OR DISTRESS. By Manley Hopkins, Author of “A Handbook of Average,” “A Manual of Insurance,” &c. Cr. Svo. Price 6s.

SUBJECTS :The Shipmaster's Position and Duties.-Agents and Agency.-Average.Bottomry, and other Means of Raising Money.-The Charter-Party, and Bill-of-Lading. Stoppage in Transitu; and the Shipowner's Lien.-Collision.

Combines in quite a marvellous manner, mariner whenever he is in doubt, difficulty, a fullness of information which will make and danger.”—Mercantile Marine Magit perfectly indispensable in the captain's azine. bookcase, and equally suitable to the gen “A truly excellent contribution to the tleman's library. This synopsis of the law literature of our marine commerce."-Echo. of shipping in all its multifarious ramifi Those immediately concerned will find cations and the hints he gives on a variety it well worth while to avail themselves of of topics must be invaluable to the master | its teachings.”—Colburn's U.S. Magazine,

LOMBARD STREET. A Description of the Money Market. By Walter

Bagehot. Large crown 8vo. Third Edition. 75. 6d,

"An acceptable addition to the litera- , lished, and he will there find the whole ture of finance."-Stock Exchange Review. thing in a nut-shell. ... The subject is

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CHOLERA: HOW TO AVOID AND TREAT IT. Popular and

Practical Notes by Henry Blanc, M.D. Crown 8vo. 45. 6d.

65, Cornhill ; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

SCIENCE-continued.

THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.

Although these Works are not specially designed for the instruction of beginners, still, as they are intended to address the non-scientific public, they are, as far as possible, explanatory in character, and free from technicalities; the object of each author being to bring his subject as near as he can to the general reader.

Th: Volumes already Published are :

Third Edition.
THE FORMS OF WATER IN RAIN AND RIVERS, ICE

AND GLACIERS. By J. Tyndall, LL.D., F.R.S. With 26
Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 55.

“One of Professor Tyndall's best scien-1 “Before starting for Switzerland next tific treatises."-Standard.

summer every one should study 'The “ With the clearness and brilliancy of forms of water.'-Globe. language which have won for him his fame, “Eloquent and instructive in an eminent he considers the subject of ice, snow, and degree.”-British Quarterly. glaciers."--Morning Post,

Second Edition.
PHYSICS AND POLITICS; OR, THOUGHTS ON THE APPLICATION OF

THE PRINCIPLES OF “NATURAL SELECTION” AND “INHERITANCE"
TO POLITICAL SOCIETY. By Walter Bagehot. Crown 8vo. 45.

“On the whole we can recommend the ' “Able and ingenious.”—Spectator.
book as well deserving to be read by thought-| “A work of really original and interest-
ful students of politics.”-Saturday Review. | ing speculation.”--Guardian.

Second Edition. FOODS. By Dr. Edward Smith. Profusely Illustrated. Price 5s.

A comprehensive résumé of our present “Heads of households will find it conchemical and physiological knowledge of siderably to their advantage to study its the various food solid and liquid, which contents.”-Court Express. go so far to ameliorate the troubles and “A very comprehensive book. Every vexations of this anxious and wearying page teems with information. Readable existence."-Chemist and Druggist.

throughout.”—Church Herald.

Second Edition. MIND AND BODY: THE THEORIES OF THEIR RELATIONS. By Alex

ander Bain, LL.D., Professor of Logic at the University of Aberdeen.

Four Illustrations. 45. THE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY. By Herbert Spencer. Crown 8vo.

Price 5s. ON THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY. By Professor Balfour

Stewart. Fourteen Engravings. Price 5s. ANIMAL MECHANICS; or, Walking, Swimming, and Flying. By Dr.

J. B. Pettigrew, M.D., F.R.S.

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LIST OF AUTHORS AND SUBJECTS OF THEIR BOOKS,

TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.

Dr. HENRY MAUDSLEY.

Responsibility in Mental Disease. Prof. E. J. MAREY.

The Animal Frame. Rev. M. J. BERKELEY, M.A., F.L.S.,

and M. COOKE, M.A., LL.D.

Fungi ; their Nature, Influences, and Uses. Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT,

(University of Strasburg). The Theory of Descent and Darwinism. Prof, W. KINGDOM CLIFFORD, M.A.

The First Principles of the Exact Sciences

explained to the non-mathematical. Prof. T. H. HUXLEY, LL.D., F.R.S.

Bodily Motion and Consciousness. Dr. W. B. CARPENTER, LL.D., F.R.S.

The Physical Geography of the Sea. Prof. WILLIAM ODLING, F.R.S.

The New Chemistry. Prof. SHELDON AMOS.

The Science of Law.
W. LAUDER LINDSAY, M.D., F.R.S.E.

Mind in the Lower Animals.
Sir JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart., F.R.S.

The Antiquity of Man.
Prof. W. T. THISELTON DYER, B.A.

B.Sc.
Form and Habit in Flowering Plants.
Mr. J. N. LOCKYER, F.R.S.

Spectrum Analysis.
Prof. MICHAEL FOSTER, M.D.

Protoplasm and the Cell Theory.
Prof. W. STANLEY JEVONS.

The Logic of Statistics. Dr. H. CHARLTON BASTIAN, M.D.,

F.R.S.

The Brain as an Organ of Mind.
Prof. A. C. RAMSAY, LL.D., F.R.S.

Earth Sculpture : Hills, Valleys, Moun

tains, Plains, Rivers, Lakes; how they
were Produced, and how they have been

Destroyed.
Prof. RUDOLPH VIRCHOW,

(University of Berlin). Morbid Physiological Action.

Prof. CLAUDE BERNARD.

Physical and Metaphysical Phenomena of

Life.
Prof. A. QUETELET.

Social Physics.
Prof. H. SAINTE-CLAIRE DEVILLE.

An Introduction to General Chemistry, Prof. WURTZ.

Atoms and the Atomic Theory.
Prof. DE QUATREFAGES.

The Negro Races.
Prof. LACAZE-DUTHIERS.

Zoology since Cuvier.
Prof. BERTHELOT.

Chemical Synthesis. Prof. J. ROSENTHAL,

General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves. Prof. JAMES D. DANA, M.A., LL.D.

On Cephalization; or, Head-Characters in

the Gradation and Progress of Life. Prof. S. W. JOHNSON, M.A.

On the Nutrition of Plants.
Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Jr. M.D.

The Nervous System and its Relation to

the Bodily Functions. Prof. W. D. WHITNEY.

Modern Linguistic Science. Prof. BERNSTEIN (University of Halle).

Physiology of the Senses. Prof. FERDINAND COHN,

(University of Breslau), Thallotyphes (Algae, Lichens, Fungi). Prof. HERMANN (University of Zurich).

Respiration. Prof. LEUCKART (University of Leipsic).

Outlines of Animal Organization.
Prof. LIEBREICH (University of Berlin).

Outlines of Toxicology.
Prof. KUNDT (University of Strasburg).

On Sound.
Prof. LONMEL (University of Erlangen).

Optics.
Prof. REES (University of Erlangen).

On Parasitic Plants.
Prof. STEINTHAL (University of Berlin).

Outlines of the Science of Language. Prof. VOGEL (Polytechnic Acad. of Berlin).

The Chemical Effects of Light.

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ESSAYS, LECTURES, AND COLLECTED PAPERS.

IN STRANGE COMPANY; or, The Note Book of a Roving Correspondent.

By James Greenwood, “ The Amateur Casual.” Crown 8vo. 65. MASTER-SPIRITS. By Robert Buchanan. Post 8vo. 1os. 61.

“Good Books are the precious life-blood of Master-Spirits.”—Milton.
Criticism as a Fine Art. Birds of the Hebrides. . 4. Modern Danish Ballads.
Charles Dickens.

Scandinavian Studies : . Poets in Obscurity :-
Tennyson.

1. A Morning in Copen- 1. George Heath, the Browning's Marteyneco.

hagen.

Moorland Poet.
A Young English Positivist. 2. Bjornsen's Masterpiece. 2. William Miller.
Hugo in 1872.

3. Old Ballads of Den-
Prose and Verse.

mark. These are some of the author's lighter | other prose contributions, critical and and more generally interesting Essays on philosophical, to our literature are included

literary topics of permanent interest." His | in the collected editions of his works. THEOLOGY IN THE ENGLISH POETS. Being Lectures delivered

by the Rev. Stopford A. Brooke, Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty the Queen.

MOUNTAIN, MEADOW, AND MERE; a Series of Outdoor Sketches

of Sport, Scenery, Adventures, and Natural History. By G. Christopher Davies. With 16 Illustrations by W. HARCOURT. Crown 8vo,

price 6s. HOW TO AMUSE AND EMPLOY OUR INVALIDS. By Harriet

Power. Fcap. 8vo. Price 25. 6d.
What Invalids may do to Amuse Them- | Amusement for Invalid Children.
selves.

To the Invalid.
What Friends and Attendants may do for Comforts and Employment for the Aged.
them.

Employment for Sunday.
Articles for comfort in a Sick Room.

The question, so often put by invalids, “ Can you not find me something to do?" is answered at some length in this little, book, which takes up a subject but little touched upon in the many manuals for nurses.

[Just out. STUDIES AND ROMANCES. By H. Schutz Wilson. I vol.

Crown 8vo. Price 75. 6d.
Shakespeare in Blackfriars.

Harry Ormond's Christmas Dinner.
The Loves of Goethe.

Agnes Bernauerin.
Romance of the Thames.

“Yes" or "No"?
An Exalted Horn.

A Model Romance.
Two Sprigs of Edelweiss.

The Story of Little Jenny.
Between Moor and Main.

Dining.
An Episode of the Terror.

The Record of a Vanished Life.
Vivacious and interesting.”-Scotsman. | hard to please if he finds nothing to suit

“ Open the book, however, at what page him, either grave or gay, stirring or rothe reader may, he will find something to mantic, in the capital stories collected in amuse and instruct, and he must be very | this well-got-up volume."-John Bull.

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