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WORKS DEPARTMENT in INDIA.
EXAMINATION for DIRECT APPOINTMENTS in 1874.
Candidates intending to present themselves at the Examination
already advertised as to be held after Easter, 1874, are requested to send
their Names without delay to the Secretary of the Public Works De-
partment, India Office, London, S W., in order that the forms required
to be filled up may be forwarded immediately. They must be British
bora subjects, not exceeding the age of 24 on the 1st of July, 1874, of
sound constitution, and of good moral character, and must have been
employed not less than Eight Months as Pupils or Assistants under a
Civil or Mechanical Engineer.
India Offices, November, 1873.
VENING LECTURES to WORKING MEN.
ROYAL SCHOOL of MINES, Jermyn-street.
The Second Course of this Session, consisting of SIX LECTURES
by Dr PERCY, F.RS.. on METALS.' will be commenced on
MONDAY, the 17th of January, at Eight o'clock. Tickets can be
obtained, by Working Men only, on Monday Evening, the 5th of
January, from Seven o'clock. Only one ticket can be issued to each
applicant, who is requested to bring his name, address, and occupation
written on a piece of paper, for which the Ticket will be exchanged.
TRENHAM REEKS, Registrar.
OF Ꭺ Ꭱ Ꭲ Ꮪ,
The SCHOOLS for BOYS between the ages of Seven and Sixteen.
The LENT TERM will begin on TUESDAY, January 13th, 1874.
The EVENING CLASSES for Classics, Modern Languages, Mathe-
matics, &c. The LENT TERM will COMMENCE on MONDAY,
January 12th, 1874.
Prospectuses of the various Departments of the College may be ob-
tained, at the Office of the College, on application, either personally
or by letter. The College is close to the Gower-street Station of the
Metropolitan Railway; and only a few minutes' walk from the Ter-
mini of the North-Western, Midland, and Great Northern Railways.
JOHN ROBSON, B.A., Secretary to the Council.
HE LONDON ANTHROPOLOGICAL
SOCIETY meets at 37, Arundel-strret, Strand, on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month, at 8 P.M. Papers for 6th January:-
1. The Arthurian" Theory of Rude Stone Monuments, by A. L. S. PAUL'S COLLEGE, STONY STRATFORD, Bucks,
2 Alleged Discovery of a Phenician Inscription in Brazil, by A. F.
a PUBLIC SCHOOL for the SONS of the CLERGY and Mem-
bers of the Church of England.-Names of Candidates for Admission
can be received for Michaelmas Term, by which time a range of New
Buildings, comprising Studies, Class-rooms, and Dormitories, will be
completed, and ready for occupation.
8. Note on the Relation of the Hieroglyphics of Easter Island to those
of Central America, by A. L. Lewis.
4. The Language of the Aino, by the President.
MADAME CLARA SICARD'S SHAK-
SPERANCE MARICAL LECTURA Vocal Ilustrations HIGHBURY HOUSE SCHOOL, St. Leonards-
by Miss SICARD.-PETERHEAD (re-engagement,
consequence of overflow), January 2nd; DUNFERMLINE, 6th:
EDINBURGH, 7th; ALNWICK, 8th. South-Western Tour begins
February 11th, at RAILWAY INSTITUTE, SWINDON; DEVON-
PORT. 12th: PLYMOUTH, 13th; LISKEARD, 17th; TIVERTON,
19th; TRURO, 20th.-Address, this week, 22, Broad-street, Peterhead,
B.A., assisted by
Five Resident Masters. Classics, Mathematics, Modern Languages,
and thorough English are taught. The Junior Classes are trained by
Ladies on the PESTA LOZZIAN principle.
The House, beautifully situated, and specially built for the School,
has well-ventilated Class-Rooms and Dormitories, with Hot and Cold
Baths, and a covered Playground. The health and comfort of delicate
boys specially cared for.
48 and 49, Bedford-square, London.
Founded 1849. 1 Incorporated 1869.
LENT TERM will BEGIN on THURSDAY, January 15th, 1874.
Prospectuses, with particulars respecting Scheme of Studies, Scholar-
ships, Boarding, &c., may be had at the College.
JANE MARTINEAU, Hon. Sec.
-School of Engineering, General Literature and Science, Pre-
liminary Medical Education and Art, Chemical and Physical Labora-
tories, Museum, &c., in the Institution. NEXT TERM begins
January 21st.-For Prospectus apply to the SECRETARY.
reside alternately in Paris and Cobourg. There are a few
VACANCIES. The Principal, Dr. KORNEMANN, will be in London,
at 18, Norfolk-street, Strand, from the 1st to the 8th of January.
References in Paris: the Revs. E de Pressens, E. Bersier, and Dr. G.
Monod; and in London, M. M. Johnson, Esq., 20, Austin-friars, E.C.
TRINITY COLLEGE, ALBERT-ROAD, BRIGHTON.
tives of the two Archbishops of Canterbury (Dr. Sumner and Dr.
Longley), the Bishop of Winchester, Lord Palmerston, Earl Russell,
&c., RECEIVES PUPILS. Many of those prepared by him have
taken Scholarships, &c. at the Universities, Public Schools, and the
first places in the Army, India Civil Service, &c.-For terms, &c. apply RAMSGATE. PRIVATE EDUCATION. A
to the PRINCIPAL.
Gentleman, many years engaged in TUITION, RECEIVES
EIGHT YOUNG GENTLEMEN, under 14, to EDUCATE with his
SON, assisted by his Wife and a superior Resident Governess. VACAN-
CIES for TWO. No objection to delicate Boys. Every home comfort.
-Address G. L. St. Leonard's, The Elms, Ramsgate.
Entrance Scholarships are offered for Competition in January, at
the School; and an Examination will be held, if advisable, in London.
The School has valuable Scholarships at Oxford.
Apply to the Head Master, Rev. E. SUMMERS.
HE CHELSEA HIGH SCHOOL for GIRLS,
the Grounds of the Royal Hospital). Head Mistress-Miss PORTER.
The next Term will begin on MONDAY, January 19.-For a Pro-
spectus, apply at the School, or to the SECRETARY, Girls' Public Day
School Company, Limited, 112, Brompton-road, S. W.
HILL and BAYSWATER HIGH
SCHOOL for GIRLS, Norland-square, Notting-hill, W. Head
Mistress-Miss H. M. JONES. The next Term will begin on WED-
NESDAY, January 14.-For a Prospectus, apply at the School, or to
the SECRETARY, Girls' Public Day School Company, Limited, 112,
(Adults) wishing to commence, or to complete, the Study of
GREEK or LATIN, are invited to apply to a Teacher of much ex-
perience, whose Books and System of Teaching have been reviewed
and highly recommended by the late Rev. Sydney Smith, Macaulay,
and other great Authorities.-Address ZETA, 2, Ballarat-terrace, Rich-
mond, S. W.
First Mathematical Master-Rev. WILLIAM REED, M.A., St. John's
College, Cambridge; 16th Senior Optime, Tripos 1869.
First Classical Master-FRANCIS REED, Esq., B.A., Exeter
There are Three School Terms in the year, of an average duration of
Thirteen Weeks each.
The LENT TERM begins on 22nd January, 1874.- Prospectuses
may be obtained on application.
VALUABLE COLLECTION of AUTO-
GRAPHS to be sold, comprising those of Her Majesty the
Queen, King George I., King George III., Duke of Wellington, Lord
Palmerston, Lord Brougham, and other of the most noted members of
the past generation of Politicians, beside many Archbishops. Dukes,
Marquises, &c., numbering in all over Three Hundred Signatures.--
Apply to GADSDEN, ELLIS & Co., Auctioneers, 18, Old Broad-street, E.C.
THE PRESS. A Catholic Gentleman could be
introduced to a going concern for a small investment. Safe,
sound, and under efficient management would be productive of good
results.-O. MITCHELL & Co. 12 and 13, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street.
PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c. -A Pub-
Series of Twelve One Shilling Monthly Volumes. First Series of the
Work originally produced by the late H. INGRAM, of the Illustrated
London News. Copyright now held by Advertiser. Low estimates
would receive attention.-P. R., Post-office, London-road, South-
wark, S. E.
AUTHORS.-T. PETTITT & Printers
and Publishers, Printers of Ocean Highways,' undertake the
Printing and Publishing of Books, Magazines, and Pamphlets, &c.
Printing in Old-Style Type, with Antique Head-pieces and Devices,
Initials, &c.; Parliamentary and Law Printers. Terms, Estimates,
and Specimens of Type will be sent free by post.
London: 23, Frith-street, and 50, Old Compton-street, Soho-square,
W. Established 40 years.
12, ST. JAMES'S-SQUARE-Founded in 1841.
Patron-H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES.
President-THOMAS CARLYLE, Esq.
This Library contain 85,000 Volumes of Ancient and Modern Lite-
rature, in various Languages. Subscription, 31. a year, or 21., with
Entrance-fee of 61.; Life Membership, 261.
Fifteen Volumes are allowed to Country, and Ten to Town Members.
Reading-room open from Ten to half-past Six. Prospectus on appli-
ROBERT HARRISON, Secretary and Librarian.
THE UNITED LIBRARIES, 307, Regent-
street, W.-Subscriptions from One Guinea to any amount,
according to the supply required. All the best New Books, English,
French, and German, immediately on publication. Prospectuses, with
Lists of New Publications, gratis and post free.- A Clearance
Catalogue of Surplus Books offered for Sale at greatly reduced prices,
may also be had, free, on application.-BOOTH'S, CHURTON'S, HODG
SON'S, and SAUNDERS & OTLEY'S United Libraries, 307, Regent-street,
near the Polytechnic.
MAGIC LANTERNS, SLIDES,
SOLVING-VIEW APPARATUS, New Mechanical Slides, Sets
of Effects, &c. Photographic Slides of London, &c. Sample free, 28. 6d.
Lanterns and Slides for Hire. Lime-Light Entertainments provided.
Catalogues free.-J. & W. E. Archbutt, 11, Bridge-street, Westminster,
facing the Houses of Parliament.
BOOKS BOUGHT to any amount, and the
tainty, and expense of auction, by a Second hand Bookseller. Thirty MESSRS. HODGSON will SELL by AUCTION,
years of Newgate-street. 20 000 Volumes of Books. Catalogue
stamp. Manuscript Sermons bought or sold.-THOMAS MILLARD,
79, St. Paul's Churchyard, near Ludgate-hill.
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery-lane,
during the MONTH of JANUARY, the Valuable and Extensive
LIBRARY of the late Rev. TEMPLE CHEVALLIER, B.D.; com-
prising Complete Series of the Surtees Society's Publications-British
Association Reports-Quarterly Review- Notes and Queries-Athe-
næum-and Illustrated News-Important Works, English and Foreign,
on Astronomy, Meteorology, Mathematics, and kindred Sciences-
Standard Works in Poetry and the Drama-Biography, History, and
Divinity-Sermons and Lectures-the Works of the Early Fathers and
Church Historians. The whole in good condition.
'Waverley,' being in possession of the Advertiser, he will be happy to
entertain an offer for it.-Address WAVERLEY, Post-office,, Witham,
Catalogues are preparing.
PARK. TO BE SOLD, in one of
the best and most convenient positions in the Park, a detached
FAMILY RESIDENCE, standing in well-timbered grounds of about
an acre, with greenhouses, orchid-house, and first-class stabling for six
horses, yard with glazed roof, coach-house, &c. The House contains,
on the Upper Floor, four bed-rooms, and bath-room fitted with hot and
cold supply, store-room, and large landing with linen closet; on the
First Floor, four large bed-rooms, one decorated in a very costly style
and well suited for a boudoir, bath-room fitted with hot and cold water
supply, and large landing. Electric appliances, communicating with
various parts of the house and stabling, are fitted on this floor. There
is also a thief detector and safety tap, and hose on the landing in case
of fire. On the Ground Floor, spacious entrance hall, handsome draw.
ing-room 30 feet long, opening into a newly-erected and very
elegant Conservatory, measuring 30 feet by 15 feet, very tastefully
decorated, and communicating by ornamental iron steps with garden:
dining-room, measuring 21 feet by 16 feet, decorated quite regardless
of expense; library, &c. In the Basement are very excellent offices.
Throughout the house the means of communication is entirely by elec-
tricity and speaking tubes. The stable and harness-room are fitted
with Cottam & Hallam's best fittings.
Sales by Auction
Miscellaneous Books, including a Portion of the Stock of a
HODGSON will SELL by AUCTION,
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane, W. C. (Fleet Street end),
on MONDAY, January 5, and Three Following Days, at 1 o'clock, a
large COLLECTION of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS; comprising
Hogarth's Works, by Heath, folio-Le Brun, Galerie des Peintres,
2 vols.-Art-Journal, 30 vols. 4to.-Grose's Antiquarian Works, 12 vols.
large paper-Camden Society's Publications, 80 vols.-Lysons's Envi-
rons of London, 4 vols -Ruding's Annals of the Coinage, 4 vols.-
Hobbes's Works, 16 vols. 8vo. Alison's Europe, 20 vols. Ruskin's
Modern Painters, 5 vols. Dickens's Works, 26 vols. Tennyson's
Works, 8 vols. and Library Edition, 6 vols.-Standard Works of all
Classes-Ancient and Modern Theology, Classics, and Translations-
Scientific Books-a Selection of Modern Publications-Foreign Litera-
ture, &c. Also, a useful Wainscot Painted Bookcase.
To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
ESSRS., HODGSON will SELL by AUCTION,
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane, W.C. (Fleet Street end),
on TUESDAY, January 13, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock, Valuable
LAW BOOKS; comprising the Reports in Common Law and Equity-
House of Lords and Indian Appeal Cases-Modern Practical Books,
including Works on International, Civil, and Colonial Law-The Old
HODGSON will SELL
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery-lane, W.C. (Fleet-street end),
during the MONTH of JANUARY, Valuable MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS; comprising Annual Register, 100 vols.-Campbell's Chan-
cellors, 7 vols -Wilkinson's Egyptians, 6 vols-Stephens's Entomology,
12 vols.-Knight's London, and Land We Live In, 10 vols.-English
Cyclopædia, 20 vols.- Dr. Smith's Dictionaries, 6 vols.-Chalmers's
Works, 25 vols.-Bacon's Works, by Montagu, 17 vols.-The Works of
Grote, Milman, Prescott, Napier, Alison, Humboldt, Hume and Smol-
lett, Gibbon, and other Standard Authors-Voyages, Travels, and
Catalogues are preparing.
PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on
MONDAY, January 5, and Three Following Days, a COLLECTION
of BOOKS, the Fourth Part of the Stock of the late JOHN CAMDEN
HOTTEN (of Piccadilly), comprising Hutchin's History of Dorset,
2 vols.-Hunter's South Yorkshire, 2 vols.-Whitaker's History of
Whalley-Berry's County Genealogies, 4 vols.-Nichols's Collectanea
Topographica et Genealogica, 8 vols.-Illustrations of Literary History,
8 vols. Prince's Worthies of Devon-Gibson's Monastery at Tyne-
mouth Cussans's History of Hertfordshire, six parts - Higgins's
Celtic Druids-Archæological Journal, 13 vols-Boutell's Monumental
Brasses, largest paper-Autichita di Ercolano, 8 vols-Fasciculus
Temporum, 1481-Brandt's Stultifera Navis, the editions of 1498 and
1507-Gower's Confessio Amantis-Sir F. Madden's Lazamons Brut,
3 vols Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica, 4 vols.-Voyages Imaginaires,
87 vols. Remarkable Trials, 6 vols. Shelley's Queen Mab, first edition
-numerous works relating to Heraldry, Genealogy, and Family His-
tory-Specmiens of Early Typography- Rare and Curious Books-
Poetry and the Drama-Astrology, Emblems, Costume, Proverbs, Jest-
Books, Wit and Humour, &c.
Catalogues on receipt of four stamps.
PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on
MONDAY, January 12, and Two Following Days, a COLLECTION
of BOOKS, including portions of the Libraries of Two Dignitaries of
the Church (deceased), comprising S. Gregorii Magni Opera Omnia,
Editio Benedictina, 4 vols.-8. Irenæi Opera, Editio Benedictina-
S. Bernardi Opera, 2 vols.-S. Chrysostomi Opera, 12 vols.-Calmet,
Comment. sur la Bible, 9 vols. large paper-Cornelius à Lapide, Com-
ment in Vetus et Novum Testamentum, 10 vols.-Labbii et Cossartii,
Concilia, 17 vols.-Aylyffe's Perergon, John Foxe's Book of Martyrs,
3 vols-George Fox's Battle-Door-Waring's Masterpieces of Industrial
Art, 3 vols.-Southey's King Arthur, 2 vols. large paper-Faber's Pagan
Idolatry, 3 vols.-Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica, 4 vols.-Gale's Court
of the Gentiles, five parts-Milton's Paradise Lost, first edition - Re-
formatio Legum, J. Daye, 1571-Cobbett and Howell's State Trials,
21 vols. Curious Poetical and other Pieces relating to London, Abp.
Laud, &c.-Rare Liturgical Tracts, issued during the Reigns of Edward
VI.. Elizabeth, James I., &c., including a Communion Service, printed
by Richard Grafton, in the yere 1548-a Book of Certaine Canons, Lond.
J. Daye, 1571-Advertisement partly for the Apparell of all Persons
Ecclesiastical, Lond. R. Wolfe-Injunctions given by Richard Cox,
Bishop of Ely, Lond. by R. Jugge-Psalmes and Hymns of Praier and
Thanksgiving, by William Barlowe, Bishop of Lincolne, "for his owne
Chapell & Familie onely." Privately printed, and probably the only
copy that has appeared for sale-some Early English Bibles, Books
relating to Canon and Ecclesiastical Law, Chinese, Siamese, and
Oriental Literature-a Small Medical Library, &c.
Catalogues on receipt of four stamps.
PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on
WEDNESDAY, January 21, and Two Following Days, the very exten-
sive ASSEMBLAGE of ENGRAVINGS collected by the late JOHN
CAMDEN HOTTEN, comprising Topographical Collections relating
to Great Britain, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and
America-Rare Portraits of Royalty, Statesmen, Nobility, Naval and
Military Commanders, Ladies, Authors, Poets. Actors, Actresses, Re-
markable Characters, &c.-Prints of the Italian, Flemish, and Dutch
Schools and a large accumulation of Miscellaneous Engravings, the
result of a long period of industrious research.
Catalogues are preparing.
Important Sale of Valuable Standard Books on Natural His-
tory, the Fine Arts, Philology, Archaeology, &c., including the
entire Remainder of Owen Jones's Grammar of Ornament.
QUARITCH will offer or
SELL by AUCTION, at his Sale Room, 16, Castle-street,
Leicester-square, W.C., on MONDAY, January 26, at half-past 6 PM,
a VALUABLE ASSEMBLAGE of BOOKS, including the following:
-IN FOLIO: Sir Robert Strange's Works, 50 superb line engravings-
Boisserée Gallery, 190 superb plates-Munich Gallery, 204 plates-
Blume's Flora of Java, 4 vols 308 coloured plates-Blume's Rumphia,
4 vols. 214 coloured plates-Falconer and Cautley's Fauna Antiqua
Sivalensis, plates, in 1 vol. with letter-press in 8vo.-Gruner's Fresco
Decorations of Churches and Palaces in Italy, 55 beautiful plates-
Gruner's Ornamental Art, very scarce-Humphreys's History of Print-
ing, 105 fac-similes of early printed letter-press and woodcuts-Ottley's
Italian School of Design. 84 plates-Ottley's Florentine School, 54
beautiful plates-Owen Jones's Grammar of Ornament, 112 plates in
colours-Owen Jones's Chinese Ornament, 100 coloured plates - West-
wood's Miniatures and Ornaments of Anglo-Saxon and Irish Manu-
scripts, a large volume, 54 most elaborate plates in gold and colours.
IN QUARTO: Shirley's Stemmata Shirleiana, new edition - Bruce's
Bayeux Tapestry, coloured plates-Bruce's Roman Wall, 47 plates and
many hundred woodcuts-Cruikshank's Etchings, the Catalogue by
Reid. 3 vols. 313 plates-Murray's Distribution of Mammals-Sharpe's
Kingfishers, 190 coloured plates-Marshall's Barbetts. 73 coloured
plates-Wight's Indian Botany, 6 vols. 2,101 plates. IN OCTAVO: BOW-
ring's Minor Morals, illustrated by Cruikshank-Falconer's Palon-
tological Memoirs, 2 vols -Jesse's British Dogs, 2 vols. 33 engravings,
proofs-Col Leake's Archaeological Works on Greece, 8 vols.-Oriental
Translation Fund Publications-Dr. R. Owen's Odontography, 2 vols.
168 plates of Teeth-Prichard's Natural History of Man, 2 vols.
#coloured plates-and many other equally Valuable and Rare Books.
Catalogues to be had at 15, Piccadilly, W.; or from any Bookseller.
Sale at Amsterdam and Leyden of Mr. BODEL'S Library and
ESSRS. FREDERIK MULLER & E. J.
BRILL will SELL from this Collection :-
1. At LEYDEN, 26th JANUARY, 1874, the Third and Last Part of
this LIBRARY, containing the Books on Literary History, the exten-
sive collection on Bibliography and Book Trade, including the famous
collection of 1,400 Portraits of Book Printers, &c.-15 Stereotype Plates
of anno 1700-and other various Books.
No. XLIV. JANUARY, 1874.
1. Heteropathy, Aversion, Sympathy. By Frances Power Cobbe.
2. Friends and their Foes. By Alexander Gordon, M.A.
2. On the Genealogical Table in Genesis. By A. H. Sayce, M.A.
4. A Group of French Friends.-II. By Charles Beard. B.A.
& The Plimsoll Agitation. By William James Lamport.
6. Strauss and Religion. By J. H. Scholten, D.D. (of Leyden).
7. Contemporary Religious Materialism. By Albert Reville, D.D.
8. Summary of Ecclesiastical Events.
Sent post free for 108. per annum.
Williams & Norgate, 14, Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, London;
Now ready, price 28. 6d.; post free, 28. 8d.
for JANUARY, 1874, containing the Opening Chapters of a
New Serial, The WATER TOWER: a Story of the First Royal
Lancashire Militia,' as also of LEGENDS of the GIANT MOUN-
TA INS of BOHEMIA,' with Continuations of TREVANION HALL'
and FAIRY FENELLA,' and other Articles by Distinguished
London: E. W. Allen, 11, Ave Maria-lane, and Stationers' Hall-court.
The FIRST NUMBER of a NEW VOLUME will be published
on Saturday next (January 3).
PRICE FOURPENCE, WEEKLY.
The Number of the BUILDING NEWS for January 2, 1874, com-
mences a New Volume.
The BUILDING NEWS has been established more than twenty
years, and is the largest, best illustrated, and most widely circulated
of the architectural or art papers. It contains weekly six pages of
lithographic illustrations, besides engravings, together with articles on
all subjects connected with the arts of construction and design, toge-
ther with a very large amount of practical trade information useful to
engineers, builders, contractors, timber merchants, marble masons,
ironmongers, and others.
TPUBLISHERS In the RICHMOND
Society, and Literature, particular attention is given to Notices of
New Books, and more especially to those relating to Angling, Boating,
Cricket, Football, and Sporting in general. All Works forwarded for
Review will receive careful attention. Charges for Advertisements:-
Twenty Words (run on), 6d. Five Lines, 18.; per Inch deep. 28. 3d.;
Quarter Column, 98.; Half Column, 178. 6d.; Whole Column, 358.
Length of Column. 18 inches; width. 2 inches. Liberal Terms for a
Series of Advertisements. Office, York-place, Hill Rise, Richmond,
" THE TIMES' ON 'THE DAY OF REST.'
"This certainly is a most excellent magazine, and one which affords reading of such worth and variety that it is clearly entitled to be mentioned before any of its competitors. Its list of contributors includes the ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, DR. Vaughan, THOMAS BINNEY, JEAN INGELOW, DORA GREENWELL, A. K. H. B., GEORGE MACDONALD, and several other well-known authors. It is full of good engravings, and its publishers deserve to be congratulated on the liberality and enterprise which have placed their new magazine in the very front during the first year of its existence."-Times, Dec. 26th, 1873.
RICHARD BENTLEY & SON'S
The TEMPLE BAR MAGAZINE for
JANUARY, in which is continued Major WHYTE-
MELVILLE'S New Serial Story, entitled UNCLE
JOHN, and also containing other Articles and
Stories, is now ready at every Bookseller's, price One
JAPAN and the JAPANESE.
By AIMÉ HUMBERT, Envoy Extraordinary of the Swiss Confederation From the French, by Mrs. CASHEL HOEY, and Edited by W. H. BATES, Assistant-Secretary to the Royal Geographical Society. In royal 4to. handsomely bound in cloth, with 207 Illustrations from Drawings by Italian and French Artists, and Sketches from Photographs, 428.
"Full of admirable illustrations. You can scarcely turn a page without coming upon one or two, and they are all drawings of high artistic merit. The sketches are manifestly taken from the life. You see the Japanese in the streets and in the country, worshipping in the temple, and figuring as judge or criminal in the Courts of Justice. Peasant, noble, priest, lady, soldier, doctor, as you look through the pages you unroll a complete panorama of Japanese life."-Guardian.
LIFE and WORK of THOR
VALDSEN. From the French, by Mrs CASHEL HOEY. In
imperial 8vo. with numerous Illustrations, 258.
"Thorvaldsen,' by Eugène Plon, translated by Mrs. Cashel Hoey,
is worthy of the illustrious artist of whose life and works it treats.
The author has keen sympathy with, and admiration for, the cha-
racter of Thorvaldsen, and, in interpreting his works, displays ample
knowledge and critical and artistic culture. The text is illustrated by
two exquisite copper-plate engravings-Thorvaldsen's Venus and Mer-
cury, and a large number of woodcuts."-Globe.
"A very handsome volume."-Daily News.
"It would be difficult to produce a better book of its kind than M. Plon's Thorvaldsen,' translated-and very brightly translated-by Mrs. Cashel Hoey. The life of the great Scandinavian sculptor was essentially worthy of being put on record, and M. Plon has proved in this volume how well he was fitted for a task from which many men might shrink."-Standard.
FRONDE to the GREAT REVOLUTION.
TON BAKER. 2 vols. crown 8vo. 218.
of GREGORY the
SEVENTH. By M. VILLEMAIN, of the French Academy.
Translated by JAMES BABER BROCKLEY. In 2 vols. 8vo. 268.
M. Villemain's Life of Gregory the Seventh' occupied the learned
author's thoughts and leisure during many years of his life, and was
left complete at his death. During the disastrous days of the first
siege of Paris, the MS. was removed, for safe keeping, to Angers. At
the Capitulation of Paris it was brought back to the capital, and housed
in the Rue de Lille, where it narrowly escaped the flames kindled by
the Commune, the next house being burnt to the ground.
WORD-SKETCHES in the SWEET
SOUTH. By MARY CATHERINE JACKSON. In 1 vol. 8vo.
"For those who possess artistic appreciation, this book of Miss Jackson's will prove most agreeable reading. Miss Jackson possesses a happy knack of word-sketching, quite novel and refreshing in these days, when guide-books are used so much for padding impressions." Athenæum.
Sir GEORGE JACKSON'S DIARIES
and LETTERS, from the PEACE of AMIENS to the BATTLE of
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