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MR. WRIGHT'S GREAT POULTRY BOOK, WITH
CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN'S LIST.
The Morning Post says:
"Never before has so extensive an amount of information, coupled with such accuracy, been brought together, while the style in which the book has been sent out by its enterprising publishers really leaves nothing to be desired. The illustrations, which are numerous and beautiful, are actual portraits of celebrated birds."
The Standard says:
"One of the finest works Messrs. Cassell, Petter & Galpin have ever brought out. The great features of this book are the numerous and perfectly magnificent coloured illustrations, which are unexampled in excellence. There are also over a hundred blocks of engravings of feathers and other parts of birds, by the study of which it is possible to learn almost as much as from living examples. This is a volume which should be welcome in every large farmhouse, for it is not only a splendid production, it has the additional merit of being eminently seful." The Glasgow Herald says:
"There can be no doubt that this is far and away the finest work that has ever been published on Poultry. The book is thoroughly readable and practical. The fifty portraits-full quarto size-are magnificent, and the woodcuts are as fine in their way as the portraits themselves. Mr. Wright deserves, and will receive, the thanks of every friend of Poultry in Great Britain."
"The volume will help to brighten many a winter evening in-doors, and is a very excellent guide to the recreation ground."-City Press. "The very largest family of boys and girls, with all their friends and acquaintances, may find amusement for every day during their Christmas holidays in the Popular Recreator.' The almost endless variety of games for in and out doors, the sciences made palatable and arts easy, combine to make this volume a multum in parvo of enjoyment, and a most acceptable gift to all ages in society, from three to thirty years eld."-Graphic.
A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF FAMILY DEVOTION,
The Lord Bishop of Ripon.
"I trust a large blessing may rest on this effort in furtherance of daily family devotion."
Now ready, royal 4to. cloth bevelled, gilt edges, price 11. 118. 6d.
Now ready, 256 pages, fcap. 4to. price 5a.
DAILY DEVOTION for the HOUSEHOLD: PEEPS ABROAD for FOLKS at HOME.
containing a Short Prayer, with a Hymn and a Portion of Scrip-
Rev. Henry Allon, D.D., Islington.
Rev. W. Hanna, D.D. LL.D., Edinburgh.
"The plan of having a hymn, a portion of Holy Scripture, and a prayer for each day, and upon the one page, is extremely good; and I admire the arrangement most when the three constituent elements of the page were all in harmony. The selection of the hymns is admirable."
Rev. Professor Moulton, M.A., Wesleyan College, Richmond.
Now ready, price 68.
by the Rev. E. H. PLUMPTRE. M.A. Containing 124 Articles
Cloth, price 28. 6d.
The DOMESTIC ALTAR. A Service of
Now ready, price 38.
"A book to which children will eagerly fly. There is an attractive
A hearty, joyous, amusing, and sincere friend."-Standard.
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"The tone of the book is so good and so pleasant that it really proves its claim to be the remembrance of golden days."-Athenæum.
176 pp. extra fcap. 4to. cloth gilt, 38. 6d.
By T. FROST. A Series of Practical Lessons on Bible Natural
"The lessons are simple, interesting, and instructive, and are admirably adapted to be read aloud to children in the family circle." Midland Counties Herald.
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SOLDIER and PATRIOT: the Story of
"This is one of the most suitable books for boys we have ever seen. On arriving at the end of the book, one hardly knows which to admire most the pictures' Mr. Fitzgerald has selected, or the elegant framework he has constructed for them."-Gloucester Journal.
240 pages, crown 8vo. cloth, 38. 6d.
TRUTH WILL OUT. By Jeanie Hering,
Author of 'Golden Days,' &c.
"A very life-like sketch. The contrasts are well brought out."
NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF HOME CHAT AND
"This excellent story is well told, and full of incident."—Graphic.
By C. L. MATEAUX. Uniform with Home Chat' and 'Sunday Chats.' A profusely Illustrated book of Voyages and Travels, full of instructive and entertaining information.
NEW WORK BY ANNIE CAREY.
176 pages, extra fcap. 4to. cloth gilt, 38. 6d.
The HISTORY of a BOOK. By Annie
CAREY, Author of Threads of Knowledge,' &c. Describing the various Stages through which a Book passes, from the manufacture of the paper to its publication, and the various manufactures, articles, &c., employed in its production. Illustrated throughout with Practical Engravings.
By M. an E.
NEW WORK BY M. AND E. KIRBY. Ready this day, price 58. STORIES ABOUT BIRDS. KIRBY, Authors of 'Chapters on Trees,' &c. An interesting Account of the Life and Habits of the various descriptions of the Feathered Tribes. Profusely Illustrated. 256 pages, extra fcap. 4to. cloth.
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CHAPTERS on TREES. A Popular Ac
count of their Nature and Uses. By M. and E. KIRBY, Authors of 'Stories about Birds.' Profusely Illustrated.
"It may fairly be said that this book, with its glittering cover and profuse illustrations, is as good and useful as it is pretty."-Guardian. "The illustrations are well executed and characteristic."- Queen. As delightful as a novel, and yet brimful of sound information. The book is beautifully illustrated."-Newcastle Chronicle,
NEW WORK BY REV. T. JACKSON, M.A.
Rev. T. JACKSON, M.A., Prebendary of St. Paul's and Rector of Stoke Newington. A Familiar Description of the Life and Habits of the different Varieties of the Animal World. Profusely Illustrated. 256 pages, extra fcap. 4to.
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PICTURES of SCHOOL LIFE and BOY. LESLIE'S SONGS for LITTLE FOLKS.
HOOD. Selected from the best Authors, and Edited by PERCY
240 pages, fcap. 4to. cloth, 58. HALF-HOURS with EARLY EXPLORERS. By T. FROST. Containing Narratives of the Adventures and Discoveries of the Early Explorers. Profusely Illustrated. "A most fascinating volume, illustrated by a large number of extremely beautiful woodcuts."--Daily News.
Second Edition, now ready, 320 pages, crown 8vo. cloth, 58. NOTABLE SHIPWRECKS. Being Tales of Disaster and Heroism at Sea. By "UNCLE HARDY." With Frontispiece.
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"The tales are beautifully printed and charmingly illustrated.”
With 12 Pieces of Music by HENRY LESLIE, and Frontispiece by H. C. Selous.
"Little folks may fairly be congratulated in respect to this charming book, which contains twelve small songs, any one of which should make the fortune of the publication."- Queen.
Crown 4to. cloth gilt, 58. HERO and LEANDER: a Poem. From the Greek of Musæus. By EDWIN ARNOLD, M.A. "A charming version. It is quite of the best order of translations " Gruphic.
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The THREE HOMES: a Tale for Fathers A BOOK of FAIR WOMEN.
and Sons. By F. T. L. HOPE.
Edited by G. MANVILLE FENN. Containing 40 highly-finished Engravings, with appropriate Poems, by various Authors. Printed on superfine paper.
"A very attractive and suitable work for presentation."
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A NEW AND SUPERIOR LARGE PAPER, LARGE TYPE EDITION OF
Edited, with Notes, by Mr. and Mrs. COWDEN CLARKE,
and containing about FIVE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS by H. C. SELOUS.
CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN, London, Paris, and New York.
Editorial Communications should be addressed to "The Editor-Advertisements and Business Letters to "The Publisher "-at the Office, 20, Wellington-street, Strand, London, W.C.
Journal of English and Foreign Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1874.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTNTS INDIA UNIVERSITY-THEWITT KEY, HOL LONDON. NORTH LONDON LADIES' EDUCATIONAL
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 Department, India Office, London, S. W., in order that the forms required to be filled up may be forwarded immediately. They must be Kritish bern 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 Ciril or Mechanical Engineer.
ASSOCIATION. Prof. C. CASSAL will give TWELVE LECTURES, in French, on the MODERN FRENCH DRAMA, with occasional Lessons on Grammar and Style, at Wellington Hall, Islington, on WEDNES DAYS, at 3 30, beginning Jan. 14th-Information can be obtained from the Hon. Sec, Miss L. SHARPE, 1, Highbury-terrace, N.
The School is close to the Gower-street Station of the Metropolitan Railway, and only a few minutes' walk from the Termiui of several other Railways.-Prospectuses. containing full information respecting the Courses of Instruction given in the School, Fees, and other particulars, may be obtained at the Office of the College.
India Offices, November, 1873.
JOHN ROBSON, B.A, Secretary to the Council.
ROYAL INSTITUTION of GREAT BRITAIN. QU
Professor RUTHERFORD will, on TUESDAY NEXT, January 13, begin a Course of Five Lectures on RESPIRATION: Professor DUNCAN will, on THURSDAY NEXT, January 15, begin a Course of Six Lectures on PALEONTOLOGY, with Reference to Extinct Animals and the Physical Geography of their Time: and Professor CROOM ROBERTSON will, on SATURDAY NEXT, January 17, begin a Course of Four Lectures on KANT. Lecture Hour, Three e'clock.-Subscription for all the Courses of the Season, Two Guineas; for a Single Course, One Guinea or Half-a-Guinea,
The WEEKLY EVENING MEETINGS begin on FRIDAY NEXT, January 16, at Eight o'clock. Discourse, by Professor TYNDALL, on the Acoustic Transparency and Opacity of the Atmosphere, 9 P.M. To these Meetings, Members and their Friends only are admitted.
4, St. MARTIN'S-PLACE, TRAFALGAR-SQUARE, W.C. [In which are united the Anthropological Society of London, and the Ethnological Society of London.]
ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE of GREAT Q
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.-DEPARTMENT
of APPLIED SCIENCES.-New Students will be admitted on WEDNESDAY, January 21.
The Course of Study provides a System of Practical Education for those who intend to engage in Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, and the higher branches of Chemical and Manufacturing Art. This Department has attached to it a Workshop, also Chemical, Physical, and Photographic Laboratories.
For information apply personally or by postage card to J. W. CUNSINGHAM, Esq., Secretary.
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.—The EVENING
CLASSES.-These Classes will RE-OPEN on MONDAY, Jan. 19,
For the Prospectus apply personally or by postage-card to J. W. CUN-
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.-The SCHOOL.
-New Pupils will be admitted on TUESDAY, January 20. -There are Three Divisions:
1 Division of Classics, Mathematics, and General Literature, intended to prepare Pupils for the Universities, for the Theological, General Literature, and Medical Departments of the College, and for the Learned Professions.
2 Division of Modern Instruction, intended to prepare Pupils for general and mercantile pursuits, for the Department of Engineering in the College, and for the Military Academies.
3 LOWER SCHOOL.-This Division includes Boys over eight Jears of age, and is intended to give a complete Course of Education p to such a point as will prepare them to enter with advantage either
of the two Senior Divisions.
For information apply personally or by postage-card to J. W. OCN
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON.-The Rev. A.J.
D. D'ORSEY, B.D., will RESUME his PUBLIC LECTURES and CLASSES on 21st January. Private Classes for Gentlemen meet on the 19th for Ladies on the 13th, at 13, Prince's-square, W.
UEEN'S COLLEGE, 43 and 45, Harley-street,
MR. C. H. LAKE'S SCHOOL RE-OPENS 22nd
The CLASSES will meet, for the LENT TERM, on MONDAY,
E. H. PLUMPTRE, M.A., Dean.
LONDON INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE.
Principal, Dr. LEONHARD SCHMITZ, F.R.S. E., late Rector of the High School, Edinburgh. The WINTER TERM will COMMENCE on MONDAY, the 19th of January, 1874.-Applications for admission to be addressed to the Principal, at the College, Spring. grove, near Isleworth, Middlesex.
COOPER'S HILL.-Candidates for admission are specially prepared by the Rev. Dr WRIGLEY, M.A., M.D., F.R.A.S., formerly Professor of Mathematics, Addiscombe, and late Examiner of Candidates for Appointments in the Indian Civil Engineering Service and Indian Telegraph.- Address 67, High-street, Clapham, S.W.
COLLEGE of PRECEPTORS, 42, Queen's-square,
The Council have re-appointed Professor PAYNE to conduct the
The Introductory Lecture, Open to the Public, will be delivered on
Fee (payable in advance), One and a Half-Guinea for the Course, or
JOHN R. O'NEIL, M.A., Secretary.
BEDFORD COLLEGE (for LADIES),
48 and 49, Bedford-square, London.
JANE MARTINEAU, Hon. Sec. ADIES' COLLEGE, THE WOODLANDS, Unionroad, Clapham Rise.
The PUPILS will RE-ASSEMBLE OR THURSDAY, January 15th, when Classes will be formed for French, German, Italian, History, Mathematics. English Literature, Latin, Drawing, Singing, Music, &c. The LECTURES will commence the following week. Sixteen Young Ladies are received as Boarders.
HOUSE St. Leonards
on-Sea. Head Master - ROBERT JOHNSON, M.A. LL.B. Lon. Un, assisted by Five Resident Masters. Classics, Mathematics, Modern Languages, and thorough English are taught. The Junior Classes are trained by Ladies on the PESTALOZZIAN 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.
School duties will be resumed on JANUARY 20th.
For Prospectus, apply to Mrs. Durr, the Lady Principal, or to the Head Master.
HOUSE, SURREY. PREPARA
TION for Woolwich, the Line, the Navy, the Indian Civil and Forest Services, as well as for Matriculation in Oxford, Cambridge, and London.-Terms moderate.
HOUSE, GREAT MALVERN.
-This long-established SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES REOPENS for the SPRING TERM on the 15th of JANUARY. For terms, address Mrs. JAY, Wellington House.
for the Sons of Gentlemen
only, 10A, MOUNT-STREET, Berkeley-square, W. Conducted by Miss M. J. SPRATT (Associate of Queen's College, Harley-street). -Miss SPRATT begs to announce that her CLASSES RE-OPEN on MONDAY, January 18th, 1874.
KINDERGARTEN will RE
OPEN on MONDAY, 12th of January.-For particulars, see Prospectus, at 27, Duke-street, Grosvenor-square, W.
TUITION.-Preparation for the Public
Schools and all Public Examinations.-A MARRIED GRADUATE (Cambridge), residing in a healthy locality, near the sea, who is highly recommended by leading Members of the Clerical, Medical, and Legal Professions (English and Foreign), and by Public Schoolmasters, and whose Pupils, for several years, have been eminently successful, has VACANCIES FOR TWO PUPILS. Terms from 90 Guineas, according to age, &c.-Apply for further information, by letter, to L. M., care of Mr. Stanford, 6 and 7, Charing Cross, London, S.W.
"This process is as artistic as it is exact."-Times.
REPRODUCTIONS of OLD
DOCUMENTS, CHARTERS, MISSALS, PLANS, MAPS, &c., are made by the Processes of Photo and Chromo Lithography, by EDWARD J. FRANCIS, Took's-court, Chancery-lane, E.C.
Preparing for Publication, RALPH AGAS'S MAP of LONDON, reproduced from the Guildhall Library Copy, by permission of the Corporation of the City of London.
UITION, by CORRESPONDENCE, in High
by a SENIOR CLASSIC, Author of Standard Educational Works. Examination Papers answered. Composition corrected.- LL.D., 46, Regent-square, W.C.
Preparation for Public Schools and Universities, Military and Civil Service Examinations, by the late PRIN IPAL of a PUBLIC SCHOOL, in connexion with the London University, assisted by a Cambridge Wrangler. Modern Languages Taught and Spoken.Letters may be addressed to C. R., care of Messrs. Rivington, Waterlooplace, London.
LODGE, Grove Park,
CHISWICK.-Mrs. and the Misses EVANS receive a limited number of YOUNG LADIES. The advantages of a High-class School are combined with individual attention and moral influence of a refined and happy home. Professors in attendance: Piano, Herr Ganz Singing, Signor Caravoglia; Harp, Herr Oberthür; Drawing and Painting, Mr. George; German, Dr. Hellen; Italian, Signor Ferrero; English Literature and Composition, Mr. Wilson; Dancing and Calisthenics, Miss Stainton. References permitted to Sir Robert Lush, Balmoral House, Avenue road, St. John's-wood, London; Dr. John Alfred Lush, M.P, Salisbury; Rev. N. Loraine, Vicar of St. Paul's, Grove Park West; Dr. Diplock Ranelagh House, Grove Park West; Henry Morton Cotton. Esq, 8, Eccleston-square, London; and to the Parents and Friends of present and past Pupils.
EDUCATION at ZURICH.-Mr. F. de BAUDISS,
formerly one of the Assistant-Masters at Wellington College. RECEIVES a limited number of PUPILS, and will have Vacancies at Easter. The House is healthily situated, and the style of living is arranged to suit English habits Mr. De Baudiss is assisted by competent Masters, and is able to offer, in addition to French and Ger man, and the usual subjects of a liberal Education, special facilities for the study of Physical and Mechanical Science Advanced Pupils have the opportunity of attending the Lectures of the Polytechnic School on Engineering, Agriculture, and other branches of Applied Science. For terms and references apply to F. De Baudiss, Wiesenstrasse, Seefeld, Zurich.
RIGHTON.-Thorough Preparation for the Public
(late Scholar, &c.) and his Wife.-Address Rev. F. L. N., 4, Belmont, Brighton.
SON & SON are instructed to SELL the GOODWILL of an old-established and successful SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES. It has been from the beginning in the hands of the present owner, whose success forms the sole reason for her retirement. The connexion is of a good class, and the premises are admirably adapted to the purpose.Apply to Messrs. WILKINSON & SON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, 168, North-street, Brighton.
WANTED, & SCHOLASTIC ENGAGEMENT,
by a B.A. of the London University, First of First Class in Classical Honours at the First B.A. Examination in 1871, and First of First Class in the same Branch in 1873; also First-Class Honour-Man and Peel Exhibitioner of the Queen's University, Ireland. Elements of Sanskrit; Latin and Greek Verse Composition Experience, ten years, all with one Principal (the last four years in England). Salary, 2001. per annum, with Hall. Non-Resident.-Address M. G. R., 6, Old Park-road, Belfast.
A MARRIED CLERGYMAN, Rector
healthy Parish in South Wilts, M.A. of Oxford, late Fellow of his College and University Scholar, experienced in teaching, having an ex-Harrow Boy of 16 to prepare for the University, SEEKS for TWO OTHERS about the same age to join him. The highest References can be given.-Apply to Rev. C. St. M., care of Hatchards, 187, Piccadilly.
Scientific and Technical, from
French, German, Italian.-Terms, from 78. 6d. per 16 octavo pages. Also special Military or Topographical Plans and Maps prepared.-Address T., 32, Darnley-road, Gravesend.
CIENCE MASTER. A Non-resident AppointMathematics, or Natural Science, is desired by a B.Sc., who has studied in Germany, and has had eight years' experience in workshops and drawing offices.-Address B. 5, B. Wheeler, Manchester.
WANTED, by a Swiss Lady, a Situation as
COMPANION to a Young Lady desirous of Reading and Speaking French, German, or Italian, or as Governess to Young Chil dren, to whom she could teach Music as well as Languages.-Apply to Mrs. HARRY E. THOMAS, 5, Apsley-place, Clifton, Bristol.
LADIES' SCHOOL TO BE DISPOSED OF,
established 24 years, and carried on successively by the Lady who now intends retiring The locality is healthy, and convenient to draw a full number of Boarders and a high class of Day-boarders. Terms, from 2,000l. to 3,000l., according to arrangement. Apply by letter only.; address A. B., care of George Maclaran, Esq, 13, Serlestreet, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.
late Dr. HUNT'S ESTABLISHMENT for
the CURE of STAMMERING, Knowles_ Bank. Tunbridge. Conducted by his Brother-in-law, the Rev. H. F. RIVERS, M.A., F.R.S.L. A limited number of Boys taken, whose Education is also carried on. The NEXT TERM commences 3rd of FEBRUARY, 1874. Mr. Rivers attends at 4, St. Martin's place, London, W.C., on the First and Third Thursday of every Mouth, from Eleven to Three.
and Remedy given within Two Hours, on a Newly-Discovered Principle, by Mr. GODFREY, 63, High Holborn (opposite Great Turnstile). The Treatment is Simple, Logical, and Effectual, the whole System being founded in Nature. Hours of attendance from 10 till 2, and 4 till 7; Saturdays, 10 till 19, and 2 till 4. Testimonials can be seen from all parts of the world where this Remedy has been practised, from the Nobility, Clergy, and Professional Men. No Fee for an interview, whether at the Patient's Residence or at Mr. Godfrey's.
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EGYPT and HOLY LAND, beautifully Coloured, 60 Slides; also a choice Selection of Secular, Sacred, Mechanical Slides, &c.Mr. CHAPPUIS, the Reflector Patentee and Optician, of 69, Fleetstreet, is prepared to Dispose of his remaining Stock at a liberal Discount, in consequence of his relinquishing all branches of business, to confine himself to the manufacture of his Patent Reflectors.
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PURCHASE SOME. Persons having the above to sell can apply with the teeth," or, if forwarded, their value will be sent per return. Messrs. BROWNING. 5, Chilworth-street, Paddington, London; and 11, Booth-street, Piccadilly, Manchester.
Scientific and Miscellaneous Property.
[R. J. C. STEVENS will SELL by AUCTION, at his Great Rooms, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, on FRIDAY, January 16, at half-past 12 precisely, MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY, consisting of Dissolving View and Magic Lanterns, and a variety of Slides, Cameras and Lenses, and other Photographic Apparatus-Microscopes and Objects for same-Telescopes-Opera and Race Glasses-Pneumatic, Electrical, and other Apparatus-and Miscellaneous Articles.
On view the morning of Sale.
The Stock in Trade of the late Mr. GEORGE WEST, of 92, Fleet-street, London, to be Sold without reserve by the Execu tors, under the direction of the Court of Chancery.
J. C. STEVENS begs to announce that he
has been favoured with instructions to prepare for SALE by AUCTION, EARLY in the SPRING, the above mentioned VALU ABLE STOCK; comprising Astronomical and Day Telescopes-Microscopes Surveying and Drawing Instruments-Nautical InstrumentsModels of Steam-Engines-Philosophical Instruments of every description-Gold and Silver Spectacles-and the General Stock of an Optician; together with the Shop-Fittings and Fixtures
Auction Rooms and Offices, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, London.
Collection of Engravings and Drawings from Private Cabinets.
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C, on TUESDAY, January 13, at o'clock precisely, a Collection of ENGRAVINGS and DRAWINGS from Private Cabinets: comprising English and Foreign Portraits - Sacred, Historical, Classical. and Fancy Subjects-Drawings and Sketches-Books of Prints-Miscellaneous Engravings of the English and other SchoolsIllustrations of Bryan's Dictionary, and of other Works on Art, &c.
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.
Collection of Portraits of Statesmen, Ladies, Actors, &c., and
WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on WEDNESDAY, January 14, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock precisely, ENGRAVINGS, including Portraits of English Statesmen, Ladies, Actors. &c., after Lawrence, Romney, Winterhalter, Hoppner, and other Artists; also, subjects after Overbeck, Scheffer, Eastlake, de-a few fine Prints, after Raffaelle, Leonardo da Vinci, by Morghen, and others of the Italian School-Drawings and Sketches, by De Wint, Joseph West, Edridge, &c.
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.
The Collections of Oil Paintings of the late Rev. Canon
BENSON and of the late Mrs. G. OFFOR.
Library and Valuable Collection of Surgical Instruments of the late eminent Surgeon, RICHARD PARTRIDGE, Esq., F.R.S.
WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, WC, on MONDAY, January 26, and Following Day, the CABINET of COINS of Major CHARLES H. STRUTT; comprising Bactrian and Indian Coins, in Gold, Siver, and Copper, including a anique Gold Coin of Eucratides, and many rare varieties; also, a COLLECTION of ENGLISH COINS and MEDALS, and the NUMISMATIC LIBRARY of the late Capt R. H. MURCHISON.
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.
The Miscellaneous Collection of Engravings formed by the late
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers MESSRS. HODGSON will SELL by AUCTION,
of Literary and Works illustrative of Fine Arts,
at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane,
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on
To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
The Collection of Decorative China, the Property of the late
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, Auctioneers
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street. Strand, W.C., on THURSDAY, January 29, at 1 o'clock precisely, COLLECTIONS of DECORATIVE CHINA, including that of the late Mrs. GEORGE OFFOR; comprising many interesting pieces of Old Chelsea, Worcester, Wedgwood, and Oriental manufacture.
May be viewed the day prior, and Catalogues had.
PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL
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CAMDEN HOTTEN, comprising Topographical Collections relating THE BANQUET. By Mr. H. S. MARKS, A.R.A.
to Great Britain,
consequence of the
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The Chromo-litho is 36 inches long and 14 inches wide. Price, on ordinary paper, 6d.; per post, 7d.; Proofs, on thick paper, 28.; per post, 28. 2d.
Library of an Old County Family.
MESSRS, PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL NE
by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on MONDAY, January 26, and Following Day, the LIBRARY of an OLD COUNTY FAMILY, comprising Montfauçon, L'Antiquité Expliquée, 10 vols.-Sowerby's English Fungi, 3 vols - Brookshaw's Pomona Britannici-Todd's College of Bonhommes - Seldini Opera, 6 vols.-Rapin and Tindal's England, 5 vols.-Stillingfleet's Works, 6 vols.-State Trials, 6 vols.-Castelli Lexicon Heplaglotton, 2 vols.Critici Sacri, 10 vols.-Encyclopædia Britannica, with Index, 22 vols.Archæologia Cantiana, 6 vols.-Edinburgh Review, 95 vols., &c. Catalogues, four stamps.
of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the Fine Arts, MESSRS, FREDERIK MULLER & E. J.
BRILL will SELL from this Collection :
May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on
A Collection of Books, Rare Liturgical Tracts, &c. MESSRS. 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 8. Gregorii Magni Opera Omnia, rols.-8. Irenæi Opera-8. Bernardi Opera. 2 vols.-S. Chrysostomi Opera, 12 vols.-Calmet, Comment, sur la Bible, 9 vols.-Cornelius à Lapide, Comment 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, 3rols-Southey's King Arthur, 2 vols.-Faber's Pagan Idolatry, 3 vols. Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica, 4 vols.-Milton's Paradise Lost, first edition-Reformatio Legum, J. Daye, 1571-Cobbett and Howell's State Trials, 21 vols -Curious Poetical and other Pieces relating to London, Abp. Land, &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 ere 1549-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 one Chapeli & Familie onely. 1613. 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.
Books and Pamphlets relating to America.
Valuable Law Books, including the Library of an Eminent
& SIMPSON will SELL
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1. At LEYDEN, 26th JANUARY, 1874, the Third and Last Part of this LIBRARY, containing the Books on Literary History, the extensive 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.
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