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Since the Annual Notice in 1851, (exclusive of Works in continuation.)
Babbage (C.) Ninth Bridgewater Treatise, a Fragment,
BAMPTON LECTURE SERMONS,
1783 Cobb (J.) 8vo.
1823 Goddard (C.) The Mental Condition necessary
1831 Lancaster (T. W.) The Popular Evidence of
1851 Wilson (H. B.) The Communion of Saints. An
Harington (Rev. Chancellor) The Reconsecration, Re-
* Wylie (J. A.) The Papacy; its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects, 8vo.
†Testament, The Greek, with a critically revised Text; a Digest of various Readings, &c., by the Rev. H. Alford, v. 1, 8vo.
Creasy (E. S.) The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World, from Marathon to Waterloo, 2 v. 12mo.
Grote (G.) A History of Greece, v. 9, 10, 8vo.
Kaye (I. W.) History of the War in Afghanistan, 2 v. 8vo.
Lamartine (A. de) The History of the Restoration of the
Stephen (Sir J.) Lectures on the History of France, 2 v.
Albemarle (G. T., Earl of) Memoirs of the Marquis of
*Burke (J. and J. B.) The Royal Families of England,
* CAMDEN SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS, 4to.—
Moneys received and paid for the Secret Services
Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London, edited by
* De la Garde (P. C.) An Account of the Church of S. Andrew, Cullumpton, 4to. D'Israeli (B.) Lord George Bentinck: a Political Biography, 8vo.
Foss (E.) The Judges of England; with Sketches of their Lives, &c., 4 v. 8vo.
† Haydn (Jos.) The Book of Dignities, 8vo.
Hunt (R.) A Handbook to the Official Catalogue of the
Mahon (Lord) The History of England, v. 5, 6, 8vo.
Roebuck (J. A.) A History of the Whig Ministry of 1830 to the Passing of the Reform Bill, 2 v. 8vo.
*Babbage (C.) The Exposition of 1851; or, Views of the Industry, the Science, and the Government of England, 8vo.
Tate (W.) The Modern Cambist: forming a Manual of Foreign Exchanges, with Tables of Foreign Weights and Measures, 8vo.
Fortune (R.) A Journey to the Tea Districts of China and India, 8vo.
Head, (Sir F.) A Faggot of French Sticks, 2 v. 12mo.
Mangles (J.) Papers and Despatches relating to the
A Journal, with passing Notices of the Customs of
Wright (G. M.) Ragguaglio della solenne comparsa fatta
*James (J. H.) On the Causes of Mortality after Ampu-
Birt (W. R.) The Hurricane Guide, 8vo.
Grant (R.) History of Physical Astronomy, 8vo.
Reid (Lieut.-Col. W.) An Attempt to Develope the Law
Reid (Lieut.-Col. W.) The Progress of the Developement
* Christian Remembrancer, The, 29 v. 8vo.
Coleridge (H.) The Poems of, with a Memoir of his
Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to Reflection, edited by H. N.
Coleridge (S. T.) The Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit,
Coleridge (S. T.) Notes and Lectures upon Shakespeare,
Walpole and Mason, The Correspondence of, edited, with
† Whately (Abp.) A Selection of English Synonyms,
Guards are placed at the end of the Catalogue for the insertion
of this List.
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July 1st, 1853.
By Order of the Committee,
E. F. SQUANCE, Librarian.
President-SIR S. H. NORTHCOTE.
Vice-Presidents-DR. SHAPTER, R. SANDERS, ESQ.
Treasurer-T. G. NORRIS.
Kingdon, C. H.
Walrond, J. W.
Wright, F. C.
Turner, C. C.
Geaves, J. L.
Parker, R. Adm. Sir C.