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Arnold.--ISAIAH XL.-LXVI. With the Shorter Prophecies

allied to it. Arranged and Edited with Notes by MATTHEW

ARNOLD. Crown 8vo. 55. Golden Treasury Psalter.-Students' Edition. Being an

Edition of "The Psalms Chronologically Arranged, by Four

Friends," with briefer Notes. 18mo. 35. 6d. Hardwick.-A HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

Middle Age. From Gregory the Great to the Excommunication of Luther. Edited by WILLIAM STUBBS, M.A., Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford. With Four Maps constructed for this work by A. KEITH JOHNSTON. Fourth Edition,

Crown 8vo. For this edition Professor Stubbs has carefully revised both text and notes, making such corrections of facts, dates, and the like as the results of recent research warrant. The doctrinal, historical, and generally speculative views of the late author have been preserved intact. manual for the student of ecclesiastical history in the Middle Ages, we know no English work which can be compared to Mr. Hardwick's book."--GUARDIAN, A HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH DURING THE

REFORMATION. By ARCHDEACON HARDWICK. Fourth
Edition Edited by Professor STUBBS. Crown 8vo.

Ios. 6d. Maclear.-Works by the Rev. G. F. MACLEAR, D.D., Head

Master of King's College School. A CLASS-BOOK OF OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY Eighth

Edition, with Four Maps. 18mo. cloth. 45. 6d. A careful and elaborate though brief compendium of all that modern research has done for the illustration of the Old Testament. We know of no work which contains so much important information in so small a compass.”—-BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW. A CLASS-BOOK OF NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY, including

the Connexion of the Old and New Testament. With Four Maps.

Fifth Edition. 18mo. cloth. 55. 6d. "A singularly clear and orderly arrangement of the Sacred Story. His work is solidly and completely done.—ATHENÆUM," A SHILLING BOOK OF OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, for National and Elementary Schools. With Map.

18mo. cloth. New Edition, A SHILLING BOOK OF NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY,

for National and Elementary Schools. With Map. 18mo.

cloth. New Edition. These works have been carefully abridged from the author's larger manuals.

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EDUCATION AL BOORS. Maclear-continuad. CLASS-BOOK OF THE CATECHISM OF THE CHURCH OF

ENGLAND. Ner and Cheaper Edition 18mo. cloth. Is 6d. It is indud the zvrh of a scholar and dizne, and as such, traga extremely simple, it is also extremely instructie Thorl ore few clora. men who would not find it useful in preparing conžideias for Corar. mation; and that are not a fan who would fini it useful to the sites as well." -LITERARY CHCECHYAN. A FIRST CLASS-BOOK OF THE CATECHISM OF THE

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and the Rev. G. F. MACLEAR. New Edition18mo. 25. 61. Psalms of David Chronologically Arranged. By Four Friends.

An Amended Version, with. Historical Introduction and Explanatory Notes. Second and Cheaper Edition, with Additions and Corrections. Crown 8vo. Ss. 6d.

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Trench.-SYNONYMS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By

R. CHENEVIX TRENCH, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin. New
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Westcott..-- Works by BROOKE FOSS WESTCOTT, B.D.,

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A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE HISTORY OF THE

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FIRST FOUR CENTURIES. Fourth Edition. With Preface

Supernatural Religion.” Crown 8vo. ros. 6d. Theological students, and not they only, but the general public, owe a deep debt of gratitude to Mr. Westcott for bringing this subject fairly before them in this candid and comprehensive essay. As a theo logical work it is at once perfectly fair and impartial, and imbued with a thoroughly religious spirit; and as a manual it exhibits, in a lucid form and in a narrow compass, the results of extensive research and accurate thought. We cordially recommend it."-SATURDAY REVIEW. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE FOUR GOSPELS. Fifth Edition, Crown 8vo.

ros, 6d. To learning and accuracy which commands respect and confidence, he unites what are not always to be found in union with these qualities, the no less valuable faculties of lucid arrangement and graceful and facile expression."--LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW. THE BIBLE IN THE CHURCH. A Popular Account of the

Collection and Reception of the Holy Scriptures in the Christian

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their mother-tongue, if they will take a little pains, may ih great profit.-NONCONFORMIST.

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EDUCATIONAL BOOKS.
Yonge (Charlotte M.)-SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR

SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. By CHARLOTTE M. YONGE,
Author of “The Heir of Redclyffe." FIRST SERIES. Genesis
to Deuteronomy. Globe 8vo. Is, 6d. With Comments. Second
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8vo. Is. 6d. With Comments, 3s. 6d.
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8vo. Is. 6d. With Comments, 3s. 6d. Actual need has led the author to endeavour to prepare a reading book con. venient for study with children, containing the very words of the Bible, with only a few expedient omissions, and arranged in Lessons of such length as by experience she has found to suit with children's ordinary power of accurate attentive interest. The verse form has been retained, because of its con. venience for children reading in class, and as more resembling their Bibles ; but the poetical portions have been given in their lines. When Psalms or portions from the Prophets illustrate or fall in with the narrative they are given in their chronological sequence. The Scripture portion, with a very few notes explanatory of mere words, is bound up apart, to be used by children, while the same is also supplied with a brief comment, the purpose of which is either to assist the teacher in explaining the lesson, or to be used by more advanced

young people to whom it may not be possible to give access to the authorities whence it has been taken. Professor Huxley, at a meeting of the London School Board, particularly mentioned the selection made by Miss Yonge as an example of how selections might be made from the Bible for School Reading. See Timės, March 30, 1871.

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