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Journal of English and Foreign Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama.

No. 2425.

SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1874.

ROYAL INSTITUTION of GREAT BRITAIN, FRENCH GALLERY, 120, PALL MALL.

PICCADILLY,

ANNUAL EXHIBITION of PICTURES, the Contributions of Artists of the Continental Schools, is now Open.

Prof. J. R. SEELEY, M.A., will THIS DAY (Saturday), April 18, at 3 o'clock, BEGIN a Course of Three Lectures on The AGE of the FRENCH REVOLUTION': to be continued on SATURDAYS till May 2. Subscription to this Course, Half-a-Guinea; to all the Courses in the Season, Two Guineas.

ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF

LECTURES.

The Council of the Zoological Society of London have determined to appropriate the interest of the Davis Fund of 1874 to the establishment of a series of Lectures upon Zoological Subjects, to be given, in the Picture-Gallery in the Society's Gardens in the Regent's Park, on Tuesdays and Fridays, at Five P.M., between Easter and Whitsuntide. The following Gentlemen have consented to give the Lectures:

DATE.

LECTURE.

Introductory Lecture on the Animals in
the Gardens. By P. L. SCLATER, M.A.
Ph.D. F.R.S., Secretary to the Society.

1. Tuesday, April 14

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These Lectures will be free to Fellows of the Society and their friends, and to other visitors to the Gardens.

LONDON

SOCIETY meets at 37, ARUNDEL-STREET, Strand, at 8 P.M., on the First and Third TUESDAYS of each Month. Papers for 21st April:

1. On Hybridism, by Mr. Serjeant Cox-2. The Kentish Group of Rude Stone Monuments-3. The Oxfordshire Group of Rude Stone Monuments, by A. L. Lewis, Hon. Sec. LA.S. The President, Dr. R. S. CHARNOCK, F.S.A., will take the Chair.

INSTITUTE.

-A Paper, On the Ethical Condition of the Early Scandinavian Peoples,' will be read, at Eight o'clock, on MONDAY, April 20, by Edmund W. Gosse, Esq. 8, Adelphi-terrace, W.C. F. PETRIE, Hon. Sec. Tickets of admission may be had on application by letter or otherCarriages to be ordered at a quarter after 10.

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LONDON. The ANNUAL

GENERAL MEETING, to receive the Council's Repor, and to distribute the amount subscribed for the purchase of Works of Art, will be held in the Royal Adelphi Theatre, on TUESDAY, April 29, at half-past 11 for 12 o'clock precisely, by the kind permission of Benjamin Webster, Esq., for the purpose of receiving the Council Report, and for the distribution of the amount subscribed for the purchase of Works of Art for the year 1874.

444, West Strand.

LEWIS POCOCK Hon Secs.

C.

of LADY ARTISTS.-EXHIBITION

NOW OPEN. New Gallery, 48, Great Marlborough stret. (Will Close SATURDAY, 2nd of May.)-Application for Admisson to the Study from the Living Costume Model to be made at the Gallery. Class-days, TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Instructor-W. H. Fisk, Eeq. Visitor-George D. Leslie, Esq. A.R.A.

MARY ATKINSON, Hon. Sec.

EXHIBITION of WORKS of ART in FLACK

AND WHITE.

DUDLEY GALLERY, EGYPTIAN HALL, PICCADILLY. NOTICE to ARTISTS.-The Days for taking in Drawings, Etchings, &c., will be MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 1st and 2nd of Jane next, from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.-Regulations may be had of R. F.M'NAIR, Secretary, at the Gallery.

FINE ART GALLERY

PERMANENT FAC-SIMILES, Prints from the Works of the Great Masters in the Continental and Home Galleries.-36, Rathboneplace (next to Winsor & Newton's).

THE TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of

CABINET PICTURES, by Artists of the British and Foreign Schools, is NOW OPEN, at T. M'LEAN'S NEW GALIERY, 7, HAYMARKET, next the Theatre. Admission by private Address

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ALLERY of WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS, 39, GEORGE-STREET, Portman-square, London, W. Mr. HOPPER has now on View and for Sale, Examples by some of the most esteemed Water-Colour Artists. DRAWINGS als LENT TO COPY.-Catalogues on application, or by post. Open 10 to 5; Saturday, 10 to 1.

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LITERARY FUND.-The EIGHTY

FIFTH ANNIVERSARY DINNER of the Corporation will
take place, at Willis's Rooms, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th of May.
The Right Hon. LORD COLERIDGE, Lord Chief Justice of the
Court of Common Pleas, in the Chair.
The Stewards will be announced in future advertisements.
OCTAVIAN BLEWITT, Secretary.

No. 10, John-street, Adelphi, W.C.

ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT INSTI. THE MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL

for the Relief of Distressed Artists, their Widows and Orphans. President-Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. SIR HENRY JAMES, Q.C., M.P., will preside at a Dinner, to be held at Willis's Rooms, St. James's, on SATURDAY, the 9th of May, at 6 'clock, in aid of the Funds of this Institution. The cost of the Diner, inincluding Wines, 1. 18.-Tickets can be obtained from the Stewards

or Officers of the Society, who also will receive notice of Dorations, ST GEORGE'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL

to be announced at Dinner.

JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS, R.A., Hon. Secretary.
PHILIP CHARLES HARDWICK, Treasurer.
FREDERIC W. MAYNARD, Assistant-Secretary.
24, Old Bond-street, W.

SUMMER SESSION commences on MONDAY,
May 4.-Prospectuses and full particulars may be obtained on appli-
cation, personally or by letter, to the TREASURER or DEAN of the
SCHOOL, at the Hospital.

UNIVERSITY

MDL
DLLE. ROSA BONHEUR'S important DRAW LA

INGS, A Stampede' and The Straits of Ballachulish,' are
now ON EXHIBITION at Pilgeram & Lefèvre's Gallery, la, King-
street, St. James's, from Ten to Five.-Admission on presentation of
address card.

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ONDON INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
KENSINGTON, 1874.-NOW OPEN DAILY.
SEASON TICKETS.

A. Non-transferable Ticket

B. Non-transferable Ticket, with 120 Artisan's or 240
School Tickets

C. Transferable Ticket, with 200 Artisan's or 400
School Tickets

JAMES'S HALL.-Miss AYLWIN FIELD,

May 29th (Pupil of Mr. W. H. HOLMES) will perform with her
Master, FUGUE, by Tarti, arranged for two Pianofortes by E. Aguilar,
Esq., by whom the MS. is kindly lent for the occasion.

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COLLEGE, BRIGHTON.
Principal-Dr. W. PORTER KNIGHTLEY, F.C.P.

PRICE THREEPENCE

REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER

CAMBRIDGE. LECTURES for LADIES.

MAY TERM.

The Pupils of this long-established School enjoy the highest Educational advantages in preparing for Mercantile life, as well as for the various Competitive Examinations, whether of the Oxford and Cambridge Local, the University Matriculation, the Civil Service, the Military Colleges, or Direct Commissions, in all of which Dr. Knightley's Pupils have taken high places in the Honour List.

In addition to the intellectual and moral training, superior health conditions are secured by all the appliances of a well-arranged residence in this favourite Watering-place. - Prospectuses of terms and class-lists may be obtained by application to the PRINCIPAL, personally or by letter.

A Home has been opened, by the WIDOW of a CLERGYMAN (with permission from the Secretary of the Ladies' Association), for the reception of YOUNG LADIES who may wish to attend the Lectures. Every facility for study combined with home comfort. Highest references.-Address Mrs. G. R. ADAMS, Chesterton-road, Cambridge.

ADIES' ASSOCIATION for the EDUCATION

of WOMEN for the MEDICAL PROFESSION.

A SCHOLARSHIP of 30%., tenable for Three Years, is offered by this Association to a Lady preparing to enter the Medical Profession.-For conditions, &c., apply to the Hon. Sec., Miss BAILEY, 34, Monument lane, Birmingham.

LADIES' SCHOOL, MARY-STREET HOUSE,

The aim of this School is to afford to the Daughters of Gentlemen a First-class EDUCATION. at a moderate cost. The Pupils are prepared for the Local Examinations of the University of Oxford and of the College of Preceptors. During the past two years, 10 Senior and First-class Certificates, 16 Junior and Second Class, 16 Third Class, 21 Honour and Special Certificates, and 2 College Prizes, have been gained by Pupils at the School.

The year is divided into Three Terms. The Easter Term begins on 9th May.

The highest references will be given, and Prospectuses forwarded on application to the LADY PRINCIPALS.

Atkins-road.

LADIES' SCHOOL and COLLEGE.-Classes for Students of
all Ages, including Daily Pupils. Resident and Weekly Boarders.
The SIXTEENTH TERM will BEGIN on TUESDAY, May 5th.-
For Prospectuses apply to the PRINCIPAL.

EDUCATION for

GIRLS at SOUTHSIDE

HOUSE, WESTON-SUPER-MARE-Principals: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. SMITH and Miss FERRIS.-The Course of Study is adapted to the Standard of the Cambridge Local Examinations, and is under the personal supervision of Mr. H. B. Smith and Miss Ferris, who have had considerable experience in Teaching, and have successfully passed Pupils at the Cambridge and Oxford Local Examinations.

EDUCATION (superior). — BLACKHEATH.

Mrs. CATTERNS, of Gatefield House, College Park, Lee, RECEIVES a FEW YOUNG LADIES only for Board and Education. Terms moderate. Professors in daily attendance. Lofty Rooms, large Recreation Grounds, Hot and Cold Baths, Diet unlimited.-For Prospectuses, address LADY PRINCIPAL.

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few Young Children, to EDUCATE with her own.-For particulars and terms address Mrs. GEORGE MACDONALD, The Retreat, Hammersmith.

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[EIDELBERG.

FIRST-CLASS

EDUCATION for SONS of GENTLEMEN; Directors, WHYTE and CAMMESTON.-German and French taught, theoretically and by daily practice, Classics, Mathematics, Physics, Book-keeping, &c. Preparation for Civil Service. Excellent English Table, and every domestic comfort.-Apply for Prospectus, with highest references, as above, or to N. TRUBNER, Esq., Publisher, Ludgate-hill, London.

DUFFIELD HOUSE, Lower Norwood, Surrey.

-The ensuing TERM will commence (D.V.) the 2nd of MAY. Fees inclusive. Masters attend for Literature, Music, Singing, Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics, and the German and Italian Languages. English and Parisienne Resident-Governesses. Prospectuses on application.

HIGHBURY HOUSE SCHOOL, ST. LEONARD'S

ON-SEA.
School duties will be resumed on the 25th inst.: Upper, Middle, and
Preparatory Departments. Delicate Boys specially cared for-For
Prospectus apply to ROBERT JOHNSTONE, M.A., LL.B., Head Master,
or to Mrs. DUFF, the Lady Principal.

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ISS CASSAL RE-OPENS her SCHOOL on
WEDNESDAY, May 6th.-3, College Villas-road, South

Hampstead.

CARE and EDUCATION for a

LADY, under a superior Foreign Governess, in a Beneficed Clergyman's Family, in Hampshire.-Address Rev. H. C. HAWTREY, Rectory, Nursling, Southampton.

TO

ARTISTS.-A Lady desires Occupation in OIL

Copyist of Old Masters, or in Painting Life-size Portraits for a firstclass Photographer. Work shown.-Address L. S., Mr. Keates's, Postoffice, Queen's-terrace, Camden-road, N.W.

A FAMILY would receive TWO

BOYS under 13 to Board and attend a good Public School with their own Son. Good References given and required.-Address T. S., Tunbridge, Kent.

LADY, an Exhibitor, receives a limited Number of PUPILS for Instruction in OIL PAINTING, in her own Studio, in the Neighbourhood of Kensington.-Address Q., Farmer's Library, Kensington.

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CAMBRIDGE GRADUATE, Wrangler and Classical Scholar, experienced in Tuition, PREPARES CANDIDATES for the Public Service and the Universities.-Address E. R.. 11, Norfolk-road, St. John's Wood, N.W.

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THE RESTORATION of PAINTINGS, or any WORK necessary to their PRESERVATION, effected with every regard to the safest and most cautious treatment, by MATTHEW THOMPSON, Studio, 25, Wigmore-street, Cavendish-square, W.

TORWICH and COLCHESTER.-ANTIQUES, Norwich, and 73, High-street, Colchester, has frequently Specimens of interest to Collectors and Connoisseurs.

EDUCATION.-Mr. Law

RENCE HARVEY, Graduate of the Zurich Polytechnikum, and Medallist of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Paris, is willing to RECEIVE a few PUPILS in his Office, and give them Architectural and Technical Education; comprising Architectural Drawing of the best Specimens of the different Styles-Freehand Ornament and FigureDrawing-Training in Design, either for Public Competitions or those of the Royal Academy-Descriptive Geometry and Perspective-Analy tical Geometry-and Construction in Stone, Wood, and Iron, with Calculations of Resistance, as far as feasible, without the help of the Integral Calculus. For Conditions of Admission, apply to Mr. HARVEY'S Office, 5. Pickering-place, St. James's-street, S. W., between the hours of 5 and 6 P.M.

URATOR and LIBRARIAN is required by the

SOCIETY. Salary, 100l. per annum, with residence.-Address, stating qualifications, to F. M. METCALFE, Hon. Sec., Wisbeach.

PUBLISHER or LONDON AGENT.—A Gentle

man, thoroughly well known, and of very large experience, is prepared to undertake the MANAGEMENT of a LONDON PAPER, or the Agency of a First-class Provincial Daily. The highest references for ability and character.-A. B. Z., care of Messrs. James Smith & Co., 26, Moorgate-street, London, E.C.

THE UNITED

LIBRARIES, 307, Regent

Botanical Library.

street, any amount,

according to the supply required. All the best New Books, English, MR. J. C. STEVENS will include in his SALE

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.

on MONDAY, April 20, the BOTANICAL LIBRARY of the
late WILLIAM WILSON, Esq. F.R.S. &c. Many Presentations
Copies, with Autograph Letters, will be found; also Microscopic Draw-
ings and Specimens by W. Wilson, Esq., Author of The Bryolegia
Britannica.
Auction Rooms and Offices, 38, King-street, Covent-garden
Water-Colour Drawings and Modern Pictures from different
Private Collections.

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BOOKS BOUGHT, however many or few, and

their utmost value given in CASH, thus avoiding all delay and
expense in realization. Libraries arranged, Catalogued, and valued.-
Apply to W. SKEFFINGTON, 163, Piccadilly, W.
Established over 30 years.

BOUGHT to any amount, and the utmost

price given for them in cash, saving the delay, uncertainty, and expense of auction, by a Second-hand Bookseller. Thirty years of Newgate-street. 20,000 Volumes of Books. Catalogues for one stamp. Manuscript Sermons bought or sold.-THOMAS MILLARD, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, near Ludgate-hill.

SECOND-HANDBOOKS.

Histories, Bibliography, Travels, History, Angling, Cruikshankiana, Bewick's Birds, Song-Books, Wit, Jests, &c. CATALOGUE, post free, for penny stamp.-THOMAS BEET, 15, Conduit-street, Bondstreet, W.-Libraries purchased.

BOOKS. NATTALI & BOND'S NEW CATA

LOGUE of SIX HUNDRED Choice and Valuable BOOKS, in every Class of Literature, is now ready, post-free, for one stamp.Libraries purchased.

23, Bedford-street, Covent-garden, W.C.

MR. CATALOGUE, now in the

Press, will contain:-Taylor the Water-Poet's Works, with original Frontispiece, 1630-The first Five Editions of Walton's Angler, in morocco, by Bedford Marguerite Navarre's Heptameron, 1780-1 -Utterson's King Arthur, boards Mirror for Magistrates, 1610Heath's Chronicle, with all the rare Portraits Bishop Bonner's Homilies, 1555-Munday's Palmerin of England, black letter-Heywood's Great Britain's Troy, 1609-Fairfax's Godfrey of Bulloigne, 1600 Pierce Plowman's Vision and Crede, 1561; Alex. Pope's copy, with MS.-Ward's Grand Rebellion. Portraits before the numbersByshop's Beautiful Blossoms, 1577-Herbert's Temple: Boswell's copy, with his Autograph - Spencer's Complaint, 1591, first edition, &c., in fine condition, by the best binders. On receipt of a penny stamp, to Bookbuyers.-York-street, Covent-garden.

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ESTIMATES GIVEN.
Gentlemen waited upon in Town or Country, and reference to
Collectors if required.
11, SERLE-STREET, LINCOLN'S INN, W.C.

POUSSIN, one of his best

filiation and originality fixed; further, a Collection of Original PICTURES of all Schools, and a Collection of Antique Furniture, from 1575 till 1750, ON SALE.-Apply W. v. R., Poste Restante, Wiesbaden, Germany.

WINDOWS FOR SALE,

One, of three lights, was in the International Exhibition last
year. A large subject of King Solomon in the Temple, with three
smaller ones from his life at the base. To be seen at the works. A
design of the same can be forwarded on application. Also, thirteen
lights of the Apostles and four of the Evangelists, and Christ the Good
Shepherd. These are placed under canopies, with rich stained quarry
backgrounds. All very handsome. To view and for particulars apply
CHARLES A. GIBBS,
STAINED-GLASS WORKS,

148, Marylebone-road, London, N.W., near Baker-street.
Established 1800.

COLLECTION for SALE.-Anti

quities, Curiosities, and Works of Art. from various Periods, consisting of Cameos, Intaglios, Bronzes, Jewellery, Miniatures, Paintings, &c. Can be viewed from 10 till 12 A. M. and 2 till 5 r.M., by appointment. -C. de S., 12, Arundel-street, Piccadilly, Regent-circus, London, W.

OLD ARTIFICIAn apply with them, or if forwarded by

post, their value will be sent per return. Messrs. BROWNING, 11,
Booth-street, Piccadilly, Manchester; and 5, Chilworth-street, Lon-
don, W.

Sales by Auction

Shells, Fossils, Minerals, Books, Cabinets, &c.

J. C. STEVENS will SELL AUCTION,

at his Great Rooms, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, on SATURDAY and MONDAY, April 18 and 20. at half past 12 o'clock precisely each day, the COLLECTION of SHELLS, FOSSILS, MINERALS, &c., formed by JOHN PICKERING, Esq., together with the Cabinets and Books. Also the Botanical Library of the late WILLIAM WILSON, Esq. F.R.S. &c., without Reserve.

On view the day prior and mornings of Sale, and Catalogues had.

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at
their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on MONDAY,
April 20, at 1 o'clock precisely, several small COLLECTIONS of
MODERN PICTURES and WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS, in-
cluding Nine exquisite Works of F. D. Hardy, the Property of the late
ALEXANDER WIGHT, Esq., of Manchester, for whom they were
painted, and beautiful Cabinet Pictures by T. S. Cooper, R. A...
G. Jones, R.A., E. M. Ward, R.A., G. D. Leslie, A.R.A., H. Le Jeune
A.R.A., F. Wheatley, R.A. A very fine Work of G. Morland. The
Drawings comprise Specimens of the following well-known Painters in
Water Colours :-
H. Bright
C. Bentley

W. Leitch
F. Nash

P. De Wint
C. Fielding
C. Branwhite G. A. Fripp S. Prout
G. Cattermole A. Herbert T. L. Rowbotham
G. Chambers J. Holland T. S. Robins
May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.
The Collection of Limoges Enamels and Objects of Art of
E. GREAVES, Esq.

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on WEDNÈSDAY, April 22, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock precisely, the choice COLLECTION of OBJECTS of ART of EDWARD GREAVES, Esq; comprising about Eighty fine Specimens of Limoges Enamel, including a fine oval Dish, by P. Courtois, from a design of Marc Antonio, mentioned in Labord's Notices des Emaux du Musée du Louvre's large oval Plaque, painted with the Betrayal of Christ, by L. Limousin, of the same set as those in the Hotel Cluny-also Tazze, Plates, Saltcellars, and Plaques, by Jean Court dit Vigiers, Jean Courtois, Susanne de Court, Martin Didier, G. Kip. J. Laudin, Leonard Limousin, Isaac Martin Nouailher, the Penicauds, and P. Kaymond; also fine old Oriental Porcelain-Sèvres, Dresden, Capo di Monte, and other Portelain-Carvings in Ivory and Wood-Cinque Cento Bronzes-Snuffboxes, &c., selected with great taste from the De Bruges, Soltikoff, Bernal, Ricketts, and other celebrated Collections.

May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.

P. Sandby
J. Varley
C. Stanfield,
R.A.

The Cabinet of Coins, and the Remainder of the Collection of
Miniatures, of the late JOHN MATHER, Esq., of Liverpool.

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on FRIDAY, April 24, at 1 o'clock precisely (by order of the Trustees), the valuable COLLECTION of COINS, and the REMAINDER of the well-known COLLECTION of MINIATURES, &c, of JOHN MATHER, Esq. deceased, late of Mount Pleasant, Liverpool.

May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.

The HOLMEWOOD Collection.

CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they are instructed by Mr. HEUGH (who intends leaving that Property) to SELL his HOLMEWOOD COLLECTION of WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS and MODERN PICTURES by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on FRIDAY, April 24, and Following Day, at 1 o'clock precisely. The Drawings comprise upwards of Twenty important Works of Turner, many of which are engraved; including Edinburgh from the Water of Leith, Fonthill Abbey, Cassiobury, Carew Castle, Dunstanborough, St. Agatha's Abbey, Interior of Westminster Abbey, Dartmouth Cove, Beeston Castle, Lake Nemi, Rafts on the Rhine, and the Source of the Arveron; also Cassandra Fidele, one of the finest works of F. W. Burton-the Baron's Hall, the chef-d'œuvre of G. Cattermole-a Grand Rocky Pass at Capel Curig, and Six other Works of David Cox-Seven fine Works of P. De Wint-Five exquisite Examples of Copley Fielding-The Rialto, and Three other Works of S. ProutThree Works of D. Roberts, R A., and choice Examples of Bonington and irtin, and several Works of the Early Painters of the WaterColour School. The Pictures comprise Three splendid Works of Turner, viz., Old London Bridge. The windmill and Lock, and Dunstanborough after a Storm-the celebrated Picture of the Chess-Players, by W. Müller, from the Gillott Collection, and Two other Works of the sameartist-a Tenor Singer, a splendid Work of T. Gainsborough, K.A.. and very fine River Scene, by the same artist, from the Poet Rogers's Collection-Portrait of Mrs. Hogarth, from the Willett Adye Collection-Beatrice, by Sir C. L. Eastlake, P.R.A.-Tor Point, by Sir A. V. Callcott, R.A.-View of Stirling, by W. Collins, RA-St. Catherine, by W. Dyce, R. A.-The Silken Gown, by T. Faed, R.A.Isabella, by J. E. Millais, R.A.-Buying Chestnuts, by J. Phillip, R.A. -The Duenna, and several other fine Works, by R. P. Boningtonseveral Works of F. Goodall, R.A-Hawthornden, and other capital Works of J. Crome, sen.-A View near East Grinstead, a chef-d'œuvre of Patrick Nasmyth-The Mouth of the Yare, by J. S. Cotman-and choice Examples of J. Constable, R.A., A. L. Egg, R.A., W. P. Frith, R.A. C. R. Leslie, R.A., J. F. Lewis, R A., D. Maclise, R.A., W. F. Yeanes, A.R.A.-The Festival of St. Swithin, by W. Holman HuntThe Annunciation, by D. G. Rossetti; also the Head of Christ, by Ary Schefer-The Execution of Lady Jane Grey. and Strafford going to Execution, by Paul Delaroche, from the Demidoff Collection-La Religruse, by Henriette Brown-Summer-Time, by J. Tissot-La Petite Latière, by E. Frère-and a few Pictures by Old Masters. May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.

The Collection of Drawings of JOHN GARLE, Esq. F.S.A., deceased.

MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on MONDAY, April 7, at 1 o'clock precisely (by order of the Executors), the COLLECT ON of DRAWINGS of JOHN GARLE, Esq., F.S.A., deceased; comprising Thirty highly-finished Drawings and several Hundred Sketches and Studies by the celebrated Animal Painter, Robert Hills; also beautiful Specimens of Alken, J. Coney, Cipriani, H. Edridge, T. Hearne, T. Rowlandson, W. H. Pyne, Sir D. Wilkie, R. A., J. M. W. Turner R.A, J. Ward, R.A., Copley Fielding, &c.; and a few Drawings by Old Masters,

May be viewed two days preceding, and Catalogues had.

The Cdlection of Modern Pictures of the late T. PEMBERTON,
Esq.

CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS

respectfully give notice that they will SELL by AUCTION, at their Great Rooms, King-street, St. James's-square, on THURSDAY, April 3 (by order of the Executors), the valuable COLLECTION of MODERN PICTURES formed by THOMAS PEMBERTON, Esq., deceased, late of Heathfield Hall, Edgbaston.

Valuable Law Libraries of Three Barristers.

HODGSON will SELL AUCTION,

at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane, W.C. (Fleet-street end), on MONDAY, April 20, at 1 o'clock, valuable LAW BOOKS, comprisingthe Law Journal. complete to 1874-Chitty's Statutes, 5 vols.g Harrion and Fisher's Digest, 7 vols. -Daniell's Chancery Practice. 3 vols.-Coke upon Littleton, 2 vols. Modern Practical Works and Books relating to the Law of India-the Reports in the Courts of Common Law and Equity-House of Lords, Privy Council, Admiralty, and Ecclesiastical Cases-Two Complete Sets of the New Law Reports to the Present Time, &c.

To be viewed, and Catalogues had.

Valuable Miscellaneous Books, including the Libraries of two
Gentlemen.

ESSRS. HODGSON will SELL by AUCTION,

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Collection of Books, Music, and Engraved Portraits from the
Library of THOMAS MOORE, the Poet.

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by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on MONDAY, April 20. and Two Following Days, a COLLECTION of BOOKS, MUSIC, and ENGRAVED PORTRAITS, from the Library of the Poet, THOMAS MOORE, Esq.; including many Presentation Copies, with Autograph Inscriptions, and a variety of interesting items connected with the Poet and his Wife "Bessy" (formerly Miss Dyke of the Irish Stage)-to which are added Books from other Collections; including Hodgson's Northumberland, 6 vols.-Raine's North Durham-Hutchinson's Durham, 3 vols.-Richardson's Monastic Ruins of Yorkshire, 2 vols.-Brand's Newcastle, 2 vols.-Gibson's Monastery of Tynemouth, 2 vols.-the Stafford Gallery-Turner's Sketches from Nature-Caricatures by Gillray, Cruikshank, and others-Boccaccio's Decameron, 5 vola-Walton and Cotton's Angler, and Lives, 2 vols.Walpole's Anecdotes of Painting, 5 vols.-Rogers's Italy, and Poems, 2 vols. presentation copies-Inchbald's British Theatre, 42 vols -Ottley's History of Engraving, 2 vols.--Missale Parisiense, 6 vols. of Costume, Presentation from Lord Byron to Moore-Gray's Poems, with Autograph of Sir Francis Chantry and T. Moore-Byron's Poems, first edition, with MS. Notes by T. Moore-Anthologia Hibernica, a "Present from Tom to Bessy"-Engraved Portraits, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, Sir P. Lely, B. West, &c.

Catalogues on receipt of four stamps.

Ancient Deeds and Charters, collected by the late
JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN.

PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL

by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on THURSDAY, April 23, at ten minutes past 1 o'clock precisely, a COLLECTION of ANCIENT DEEDS and CHARTERS, formed by the late JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN, of Piccadilly, relating to numerous Eminent Families in nearly every County in England and Wales, from circa A.D. 1100 to A.D. 1600, many being of the greatest importance and interest. Catalogues on receipt of two stamps.

Autograph Letters and Manuscripts, including the Collection of the late JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN.

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Collection of Miscellaneous Books,

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ESSRS, PUTTICK & SIMPSON will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on MONDAY, April 27, and Two Following Days, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, comprising Works on Natural History, Botany, and Medicine -Transactions of the Zoological and Linnean Societies-HistoryBiography-Classics-Engineering-Architecture-Science-scarce and curious Books-Poetry-the Drama, &c.

Catalogues are preparing.

Musical Instruments, also a Collection of Ancient and Modern
Music.

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by AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C., on THURSDAY, April 30, an ASSEMBLAGE of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, including Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Harps, Violin, Violoncellos, Brass and Wood Wind Instruments, &c.; also a COLLECTION of ANCIENT and MODERN MUSIC, comprising Operas and Oratorios, in Scores and Parts-Instrumental and Vocal Concerted Music -Theoretical Treatises, &c.

Catalogues are preparing.
Cellar of Choice Wines.

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Collection of Engravings, also a few Water-Colour Irawings and Paintings.

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The Collection of Porcelain and Pottery, the Property of Mr. WILLIAM EDKINS, removed from his residene, Queensquare, Bristol.

MESSRS.

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by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-stret, Strand, W.C., on TUESDAY, April 21, and Two Following Days, at 1 o'clock precisely, the celebrated COLLECTION of ENGLISH PORCELAIN and POTTERY, formed by Mr. WILLIAM EDKINS, of Bristol; comprising the finest known examples of Bristol Porelain, Plymouth Porcelain- also painted and transfer-printed Worcester of unusual beauty, Chelsea, Chelsea-Derby, Derby, Bow, and all the famous English manufactures. The Bristol Collection contains a Vase of the finest paste and decoration, besides numerous importaat Figures, a number of exquisite Flower Plaques, and examples in the nost perfect state of the celebrated Burke Smith and Champion-Burke Ta Services. The Bristol Enamelled Glass, Delft, and Pottery are of unusual interest and variety.

May be viewed Saturday and Monday prior, and Illustrated Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of twelve stamps.

Collection of Engravings, formerly the Property of a late well-
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MESSRS.

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will SELL SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will SELL

by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on FRIDAY, April 24, at 1 o'clock precisely, a COLLECTION of ENGRAVINGS, formerly the Property of a late well-known Member of Parliament; comprising Works by the Old Masters, Alde. grever, Hollar, L. van Leyden, Martin Schoen, Vandyck-Portraits in Early States, &c.-a few Drawings by Berghem, Martin, and othersEngravings by Masters of the English School, Bartolozzi, Ang. Kauffman, J. Hall, Romney, Sharp, Wollett, Wright of Derby, and others, mostly subscriber's impressions, with full margins-and Miscellaneous Engravings.

by AUCTION, at their House. No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand. W.C., on FRIDAY, May 15, at 1 o'clock precisely, RARE and VALUABLE WORKS. principally on Chess, forming the extensive Collec tion of an American Amateur, including Curious and Important Treatises by the most celebrated Players and all the standard Writers on the Game of Chess.

May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.

Valuable Collection of Engravings of the late THOMAS PEM-
BERTON, Esq., of Heathfield Hall, near Birmingham.

MESSRS.

by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13. Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on SATURDAY, April 25, at 1 o'clock precisely, the valuable COLLECTION of ENGRAVINGS of the late THOMAS PEMBERTON, Esq., of Heathfield Hall, near Birmingham, comprising the Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Woollett. and Sir Robert Strange, including Proofs of their respective leading productions - Prints framed and glazed, comprising the Madonna di S. Sisto, after Raffaelle, by Müller, proof-the Aurora, after Guido, by R. Morghen, proof-the Reading Magdalen. by Longhi, proof-and many other beautiful subjects by the best Engravers, mostly in choice proof state. May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.

Small but interesting Collection of English Pottery and Porcelain,
formed by Mr. EMERSON NORMAN, of Grafton House,
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SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will SELL THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 284,

APRIL, was published on WEDNESDAY LAST.

Contents.

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Libraries of the Rev. CANON BENSON, BANNISTER
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SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will SELL THE QUARTERLY REVIEW, No. 272,

be published on

by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C., on TUESDAY, April 28, at 1 o'clock precisely, a small but interesting COLLECTION of ENGLISH POTTERY and PORCELAIN, formed by Mr. EMERSON NORMAN, of Grafton House, Norwich, consisting of some Early Staffordshire Figures and Vases-a large Leeds-ware Fountain-a very fine group modelled by BaconLambeth Delft and Fulham Stoneware-Bow China Plates, Mugs, and Figures - examples of the Plymouth and Bristol Manufactures, and a few specimens of Bristol Glass-Derby and Chelsea Figures, Vases, and portions of Services-a selection of Worcester China, among which are some fine Blue-and-Gold Cups and Saucers painted with flowers -Teapots, Jugs, and portions of Tea Sets-a few specimens of TransferPrinted Ware, mostly bearing marks of the factory - New Hall, Swansea, Pinxton, Nantgarw, Rockingham, and other English Manufactures. Also a Collection of Silver Articles, viz., Antique Spoons and Forks of the Seventeenth Century - Drinking Cups and SaltCellars of the time of Queen Anne-Rat-tail Spoons-Apostle Spoons -Episcopal and Posie Kings, &c.

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by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, W.C.. on THURSDAY, April 30, at 1 o'clock precisely, a COLLECTION of SÈVRES, DRESDEN, and other DECORATIVE CHINA, the property of JACOB BRETT. Esq., removed from his residence in Paris (in consequence of the premises being required for a new street to the Opera), consisting of some very choice Decorative Porcelain, in Vases, Plateaux, Jardinières, Coffee, Tea, and Dessert Services, of Turquoise, Rose Dubarry, Bleu du Roi, and other tints, Painted with Subjects after Watteau, Flowers, Figures, and Portraits of Louis XV. and XVI., and Beauties of the French Court, richly gilt-fine Specimens of De la Courtille, Nast, and other fabriques-a pair of lofty Vases, 40 in. high, &c.-French Fayence-Ormolu Clock, from the Palace of St. Cloud, surmounted by a statuette of Urania-a splendid set of Nine Muses, chased and gilt-an elegant Old Marqueterie Cabinet of Tulipwood, decorated with Panels of Sèvres China-Marble and Bronze Groups and Figures-Miniature Drawings by Le Brun and Van Blarenberghe.

May be viewed two days prior, and Catalogues had; if by post, on receipt of two stamps.

Old English Pottery and Porcelain, being the Remainder of the
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MESSRS.

Rare and Valuable Works, principally on Chess, forming the extensive Collection of an American Amateur.

MESSRS.

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The Valuable Collection of Works on the Game of Chess, formed
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UNION REVIEW: a Ecclesi

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