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Page 10 - STRUTT'S DRESSES AND HABITS OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, from the Establishment of the Saxons in Britain to the present time; with an Historical and Critical Inquiry into every branch of Costume.
Page 24 - BINGHAM'S ANTIQUITIES OF' THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. New and Improved Edition, carefully revised, with an enlarged Index. 2 vols. Imp!. 8vo, cloth, I*. 11*. M. 1850 "Bingham is a writer who does equal honour to the English clergy and to the English nation, and whose learning is only to be equalled by his moderation and impartiality."— Quarterly Review.
Page 16 - Bearings, Crests, and Mottoes, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, including the late Grants by the College of Arms. With an Introduction to Heraldry, and a Dictionary of Terms.
Page 20 - MARTIN'S (MONTGOMERY) BRITISH COLONIAL LIBRARY; Forming a popular and authentic Description of all the Colonies of the British Empire, and embracing the History — Physical Geography — Geology — Climate — Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Kingdoms— Government— Finance— -Military Defence — Commerce— Shipping — Monetary System — Religion — Population, White and coloured — Education and the Press — Emigration — Social State, &c., of each Settlement.
Page 10 - STRUTT'S REGAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND. Containing the most authentic Representations of all the English Monarchs from Edward the Confessor to Henry the Eighth: together with many of the Great Personages that were eminent under their several Reigns. New and greatly improved Edition, by JR PLANCMK' ESQ., FSA Royal 4to, 72 Plates, cloth, '21.
Page 21 - MAN'S OWN BOOK ; a Manual of Politeness, Intellectual Improvement, and Moral Deportment, calculated to form the Character on a solid Basis, and to insure Respectability and Success in Life, one elegantly printed volume, frontispiece, cloth gilt, 2s.
Page 7 - For classical Architecture the text book of the Profession, the most useful Guide to the Student, and the best Compendium for the Amateur. An eminent Architect has declared it to be " not only the most useful book of the kind ever published, but absolutely indispensable to the student.
Page 7 - The author appears to us to have neglected no sources of information, and to have exhausted them, as far as regards the general scope and purpose of the inquiry. The graphical illustrations are such as become a work of this character upon such a subject ; at, of course, a lavish cost. The resources of the recently revived art of wood-engraving have been combined with the new art of printing in colours, so as to produce a rich effect, almost rivalling that of the monastic illuminations.
Page 13 - The grandest and most valuable of the many scientific Works produced by Sir William Hooker. HOOKER'S EXOTIC FLORA, Containing Figures and Descriptions of Rare, or otherwise interesting Exotic Plants, especially of such as are deserving of being cultivated in our Gardens.