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I.

LETTERS FROM PARAGUAY, BRAZIL,

AND THE PLATE.

BY THE LATE CHARLES MANSFIELD, M.A.

OF CLARE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

With a LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, by the Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY, M.A.

Rector of Eversley, Author of “Westward Ho !” &c. &c.

With a Map and numerous Woodcuts.

In crown 8vo. cloth, price 12s. 6d.

“ We heartily recommend the book to those who like graphic descriptions of animal, and especially bird and insect life, and a clever hearty narrative of personal adventure in a strange and marvellous country.”—Guardian.

“A delightfully written book.”British Quarterly.
An interesting and instructive volume.”Morning Post.
“ Full of varied matter and earnest thought.”-New Quarterly.

“ Written by a man of remarkable character, and treating of a country little known to us, rich in unopened sources of wealth."-Bell's Messenger.

“ One of the most accurate and truthful volumes ever published on South America."- The Press.

CAMBRIDGE:--MACMILLAN & CO.

II.

TEN WEEKS IN NATAL.

A JOURNAL of A FIRST TOUR OF VISITATION among the Colonists and

ZULU KAFFIRS of NATAL. With Four Lithographs and a Map.

BY THE

Right Rev. JOHN WILLIAM COLENSO, D.D. Lord Bishop of Natal,

FORMERLY FELLOW OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

In foolscap 8vo. cloth, 58.

A most interesting and charmingly written book."-Examiner.

“ The Church has good reason to be grateful for the publication.”Colonial Church Chronicle.

III.

LETTERS FROM ITALY AND VIENNA.

BY THE REV. W. NIND, M.A.

LATE FELLOW OF ST. PETER'S COLLEGE.

Small 8vo, cloth, 5s, 6d.

· Living and life-like."-Spectator. “Since Mr. Matthews' well-known and ever-fresh · Diary of an Invalid,' we have not met with a more pleasant and readable volume of this class than the little work before us.”English Churchman.

“ He paints with great vividness.”—Guardian.
“The writer is observant, candid, and fair."-Christian Remembrancer.

“Giving within the compass of comparatively few pages a much more lively impression of foreign life and feelings than is contained in most of the bulky pro. ductions of modern travellers. . . In his descriptions of the services and ceremonies of the Church of Rome, the author is most happy.”The Inquirer.

“No one who opens it at any page will lay it down unread."-Critic.

CAMBRIDGE:MACMILLAN & CO.

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PRINTED BY R. CLAY, LONDON,

FOR

MACMILLAN & CO. CAMBRIDGE.

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London : BELL AND DALDY, 186, FLEET STREET.
Dublin : WILLIAM ROBERTSON.
Edinburgh: EDMONSTON AND DOUGLAS.

w : JAMES MACLEHOSE. Oxford : J. H. AND JAS. PARKER.

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