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LONDON: .. Printed by WILLIAM Clowes and Soxs, Stamford Street,
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1.- Robert Blake, Admiral and General at Sea. Based on
Family and State Papers. By Hepworth Dixon. A
new edition. 1858
II.- History of Civilization in England. By Henry Thomas
Buckle. Vol. I. London, 1857
III.-1. A Comprehensive History of the Iron Trade. By
Harry Scrivenor. London, 1841.
2. The Theory, Practice, and Architecture of Bridges of
Stone, Iron, Timber, and Wire; with Examples on
the Principle of Suspension. London, 1843-1853.
3. Iron Bridges. (Article in the 'Encyclopædia Britan-
nica.') Edinburgh, 1857.
4. Traité Théorétique et Pratique de la Construction des
Ponts Métalliques. Par MM. L. Molinos et C. Pron-
nier, Ingénieurs Civils. Paris, 1857.
5. A Practical Treatise on Cast and Wrought Iron
Bridges and Girders. By W. Humber, C.E. London,
6. Grand Trunk Railway of Canada - Correspondence
and Reports on the Victoria Bridge. 1855-6.
7. Boyd's Marine Viaduct, or Continental Railway Bridge
between England and France. 1858
IV.–Fasciculi Zizaniorum Magistri Johannis Wyclif, cum
Tritico. Ascribed to Thomas Netter, of Walden,
Provincial of the Carmelite Order in England, and
Confessor to Henry V. Edited by the Rev. Walter
Waddington Shirley, Tutor and late Fellow of Wad-
ham College, Oxford. Published by the Authority of
the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury,
under the Direction of the Master of the Rolls.
London, 1858 -
V.-1. On the Right Use of the Early Fathers. Two Series
of Lectures, &c., by the Rev. J. J. Blunt, B.D., late
Margaret Professor of Divinity. London, 1857.
2. History of the Christian Church during the first Three
Centuries. By the Rev. J. J. Blunt, B.D., &c. 2nd
Edition. London, 1857 -
VI.-1. An Abstract of the Returns made to the Lords of the
Committee of Privy Council for Trade, of Wrecks and
Casualties which occurred on and near the Coasts of
the United Kingdom, from January 1st to the 31st of
December, 1857. London, 1858.
2. Annual Statement of the Trade and Navigation of the
United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British
Possessions, in the Year 1856. London, 1857.
3. First Report from the Select Committee on Ship-
wrecks, together with the Minutes of Evidence, Ap-
pendix, and Index. London, 1843
VII.-1. Report from the Select Committee on the British
Museum; together with the Minutes of Evidence.
London, 1835, 1836. Fol.
2. Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into
the Constitution and Management of the British
Museum, with Minutes of Evidence. London, 1850.
3. Acts and Votes of Parliament relating to the British
4. Synopsis and Contents of the British Museum.
5. Copy of all Communications made by the Architect
and Officers of the British Museum to the Trustees
respecting the Enlargement of the Building of that
Institution, &c. Ordered by the House of Commons'
to be printed, 30 June, 1852.
6. Copies of all Communications made by the Officers and
Architect of the British Museum to the Trustees
respecting the want of space for exhibiting the Collec-
tions in that Institution, &c. Ordered by the House
of Commons to be printed, 1 July, 1858 -
VIII.-1. The Indian Rebellion, its Causes and Results, in a
series of Letters from the Rev. Alexander Duff, D.D.,
2. Notes on the North-west Provinces of India. By
Charles Raikes, Magistrate and Collector of Myn-
3. British India, its Races and its History. By John
Malcolm Ludlow. 2 vols. 1858.
4. The Administration of Justice in British India. By
William H. Morley. 1858.
5. The Letters of Indophilus to · The Times. 3rd
1.-PPBLICATIONS OF THE ARUNDEL SOCIETY:
a. The Life of Giovanni Angelico da Fiesole, translated
from the Italian of Vasari by G. A. Bezzi. With
Notes and Illustrations. 1850.
6. Giotto and his works in Padua, being an Explanatory
Notice of the Series of Woodcuts executed for the
Arundel Society, after the Frescoes in the Arena
Chapel. By John Ruskin. 1854.
c. Notices of Sculpture in Ivory, a Lecture delivered by
M. Digby Wyatt, at a general meeting of the Arundel
Society ; and a catalogue of specimens of Ancient
Ivory Carvings in various collections, by E. Oldfield,
M.A. (With Photographic Illustrations.) 1856.
d. Account of Perugino's Fresco of the Martyrdom of St.
Sebastian, at Panicale. By A. H. Layard, Esq. 1858.
e. Photographs after the Paintings by Tintoretto in the
Scuola di San Rocco at Venice; with Descriptive
Notice extracted from Mr. Ruskin's 'Stones of Venice' 277
II.-1. The Odes and Episodes of Horace, translated literally
and rhythmically. By W. Sewell, B.D. 1850.
2. The Odes of Horace, literally translated into English
Verse. By Henry George Robinson. 1844, 1855.
3. The Odes of Horace, translated into unrhymed Metres,
with Introductions and Notes. By F. W. Newman,
Professor of Latin, University College, London, 1853.
4. The Odes of Horace, in Four Books; translated into
English Lyric Verse. By Lord Ravensworth. Dedi-
cated to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 1858 325
III.-Recollections of the Last Four Popes, and of Rome in their
Times. By H. E. Cardinal Wiseman. London. 1858 361
IV.-1. The Life of James Watt. By James Patrick Muir-
head, Esq., M.A. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1858.
2. The Origin and Progress of the Mechanical Inventions
of James Watt, illustrated by his Correspondence with
his Friends, and the Specifications of his Patents. By
James Patrick Muirhead, Esq., M.A. London, 1854.
3. Memorials of the Lineage, Early Life, Education,
and Development of the Genius of James Watt. By
George Williamson, Esq. Edinburgh, 1856