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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.

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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.

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

MR. BERNARD

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.

ME

Sale at Amsterdam and Leyden of Mr. BODEL'S Library and

Prints.

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.

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THE

C T,

The FIRST NUMBER of a NEW VOLUME will be published
on Saturday next (January 3).

A WEEKLY ART-JOURNAL.

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" 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.

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RICHARD BENTLEY & SON'S
NEW WORKS.

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
Shilling.

I.

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.

II.

The

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.

III.

FRENCH

SOCIETY
FRONDE to the GREAT REVOLUTION.
TON BAKER. 2 vols. crown 8vo. 218.

IV.

The

of GREGORY the

LIFE
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.

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from the By HENRY BAR

VI.

WORD-SKETCHES in the SWEET
SOUTH. By MARY CATHERINE JACKSON. In 1 vol. 8vo.
10s. 6d.

"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.

VII.

Sir GEORGE JACKSON'S DIARIES

and LETTERS, from the PEACE of AMIENS to the BATTLE of
TALAVERA. Edited by Lady JACKSON. 2 vols. 8vo. 308.

Sir George Jackson drew pen-and-ink sketches of the royal and illustrious personages with whom he was mixed up; he narrated the progress of negotiations; he repeated the current anecdotes; he described the passing manners, morals, and fashions; he fixed the Cynthias of the minute; and future historians will turn to him, as we now turn to Pepys, for the traits and touches which constitute the charm of history."-Quarterly Review, April, 1872.

"Encore un de ces récits détaillés de nos guerres en Allemagne particulièrement de la campagne de 1806, que l'attention publique recherche avec une curiosité renouvelée, et qui abondent en contrastes, en sujets de comparaisons et d'enseignemens. Sir George et son frère aîné sont deux diplomates anglais militans qui, dans une série de lettres à leur mère ou entre eux racontent jour par jour la période agitée de 1801 à 1809. Sir George, par mission spéciale, reste en Prusse après Iéna, il assiste au bombardement de Copenhague en 1807; sa correspondance se termine par le récit des guerres d'Espagne. D'intéressans épisodes, agréablement décrits avec des couleurs nouvelles ont fait beaucoup remarquer ces volumes."

Revue des Deux Mondes.

CHAPMAN & HALL'S
NEW BOOKS.

RICHARD BENTLEY & SON, New Burlington-street,
Publishers in Ordinary to Her Majesty.

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VIII.

The BATH ARCHIVES: a Further BETWEEN TWO FIRES.

Selection from the Letters and Diaries of Sir George Jackson,
K.G.H., from 1809 to 1816. Edited by Lady JACKSON.
In
2 vols. 8vo. price 308.

of 'Not Easily Jealous.' 2 vols.
ANNIE'S STORY.

'Petite's Romance.' 2 vols.

"The Bath Archives' abound in interest."-Times.
"It is hardly possible to exaggerate the utility of notes made on the
spot by a gentleman of so much ability, and possessing such opportuni-
ties of learning, not only the facts, but the feeling of society and of
diplomatists concerning those facts. There is, too, a marvellous
amount of social interest in these handsome volumes. Those who care
for the details of history will find here a mine well worthy of their
attention, and readers for amusement will be both pleased and in-
structed."-Standard.

NEW NOVELS.
New Novel by Ouida.
TWO LITTLE WOODEN SHOES. By

OUIDA. 1 vol.

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By the Author

By the Author of

UP HILL: a Novel.

3 vols.

By Lady WOOD. The TWO WIDOWS. BY ANNIE THOMAS.

2 vols.

CHAPMAN & HALL, 193, Piccadilly.

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