« PreviousContinue »
A LIBRARY OF ANGLO-CATHOLIC THEOLOGY.
VOLUMES PUBLISHED 1841 TO 1848.
BP. Andrewes' Sermons. 5 vols. 27. 16s.
Bp. Andrewes' Pattern of Catechistical Doctrine, &c. 10s.
Bp. Beveridge. Codex Can. Eccl. Prim. Vindicatus, &c. 2 vols. 18s.
Bp. Bull's Harmony of the Apostles St. Paul and St. James on Justification. 2 vols. 18s.
Bp. Bull's Defence of the Nicene Creed. Vol. I. 10s.
Bp. Forbes. Considerationes Modesta. Vol. I. 10s. 6d.
Frank's Sermons, 2 vols. 17. 1s.
Bp. Gunning on the Paschal, or Lent Fast.
Hammond's Practical Catechism.
Hammond's Minor Theological Works. On Schism, &c. 8s.
Hammond's Sermons. 2 Parts, 16s.
Hickes's Two Treatises, On the Christian Priesthood, and On the Dignity of the Episcopal Order. 3 vols. 17. 88.
John Johnson's Works. Vols. I. and II. ll. ls.
John Johnson's Ecclesiastical Laws, Canons, &c. Vol. I. 12s.
L'Estrange's Alliance of Divine Offices. 128.
Marshall's Penitential Discipline of the Primitive Church.
Bp. Overall's Convocation-Book. 8vo. 8s.
Thorndike's English Works. Vols. I. II. and III. 6 Parts, 37.
VOLUMES FOR 1851.
John Johnson's English Canons. Part II., 12s.
Bp. Andrewes' Tortua Torti, &c.
Bp. Andrewes' Responsio ad Apologiam Cardinalis Bellarmini. 12s.
The Committee of the Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology
Bp. Bull. Defence of the Nicene Creed.
Bp. Cosin. Notes on the Book of Common Prayer.
Abp. Laud's Works. With additions from MSS.
JOHN HENRY PARKER, Oxford and London.
Library of the Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church,
ANTERIOR TO THE DIVISION OF THE EAST AND WEST.
Translated by Members of the English Church.
1. S. Augustine's Confessions, 3rd edit. 2. S. Cyril's Lectures, 3rd edit.
3 & 17. S. Cyprian's Works, 2 vols.
4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 14, 27. S. Chrysostom on St. Paul's Epistles, 7 vols.
11, 15, 34. S. Chrysostom on St. Matthew, 3 vols.
8, 13, 19. S. Athanasius against the Arians, and Historical Tracts, 3 vols.
POETE SCENICI GRÆCI.
Editio Secunda ex nova recensione G. DINDORFII. Royal 8vo. £1 1s.
The proof sheets of this Edition were revised by Professor
THUCYDIDES, with Notes, chiefly Historical and Geographical. By the late T. ARNOLD, D.D. A New Edition, with Maps. 3 vols. 8vo. £1 10s.
The Text of ARNOLD, with his Argument; and the Greek Index greatly enlarged. In one thick volume, 8vo. 12s.
Edidit THOMAS GAISFORD, S.T.P., Gr. Ling. Prof. Reg. Editio tertia, subinde emendata. 2 vols. 8vo. £1 1s.
SOPHOCLIS TRAGEDIÆ, with Notes, adapted to
the use of Schools and Universities. By THOS. MITCHELL, M.A. 2 vols. 8vo. £1 8s. The Plays separately, 5s. each.
THE GREEK TESTAMENT, with English Notes. By the Rev. E. BURTON, D.D. Fourth Edition revised. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
A LATIN GRAMMAR for the use of Schools.
By Professor MADVIG. With Additions by the Author. Second
NEW SERIES OF THE
OXFORD POCKET EDITIONS
Of the Greek and Latin Classics.
WORKS ON GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS used in GRECIAN, Roman, Italian, and Gothic Architecture. Fifth Edition, enlarged. Exemplified by more than 1700 Wood-Cuts.
8vo. gilt tops, 21. 8s.
An INTRODUCTION to the STUDY of GOTHIC Architecture. 16mo., with 110 Illustrations, price 4s. 6d. RICKMAN'S GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.
An Attempt to Discriminate the Different Styles of Architecture in England. By the late THOMAS RICKMAN, F.S.A. With 30 Engravings on Steel by Le Keux, &c., and 465 on Wood. Fifth Edition. 8vo. 21s.
The ECCLESIASTICAL and ARCHITECTURAL Topography of England.
Vol. I. Diocese of Oxford,
Vol. II. Diocese of Ely,
An ESSAY on the ORIGIN
and DEVELOPMENT of Window Tracery in England, with numerous Illustrations. By EDWARD A. FREEMAN, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford; Author of the " History of Architecture." 8vo. price 218. in cloth.
A PLEA for the FAITHFUL RESTORATION of
ICONOGRAPHY of the WEST FRONT of WELLS
The ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY of CANTERbury Cathedral. By the Rev. Professor WILLIS, M.A., F.R.S., &c. 8vo. with 52 Woodcuts, 10s. 6d.
JOHN HENRY PARKER, Oxford and London.
Published by George Bell, 186, Fleet-street. With Nine Illustrations, 8vo. cloth, 15s., also handsomely bound in various Styles, by Hayday.
ABRINAE COROLLA: a volume of Classical Translations and Original Compositions, contributed by Gentlemen educated at Shrewsbury School. Among the Contributors areThe Head Master of Shrewsbury, Stamford, Repton, Uppingham, and Birmingham Schools; Andrew Lawson, Esq., late M.P.; Rev. R. Shilleto, Cambridge; Rev. T. S. Evans, Rugby; J. Riddell, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford; Rev. E. M. Cope, H. J. Hodgson, Esq., H. A. J. Munro, Esq., W. G. Clark, Esq., Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge; and many other distinguished Scholars from both Universities.
Just published, 12mo., 573 pages, price 7s. 6d., cloth.
ROBINSON'S GREEK LEXICON to the NEW TESTAMENT, CONDENSED, for Schools and Students; with a PARSING INDEX, containing the Words which occur, and shewing their Derivations.
"Dr. Robinson's Lexicon aimed at being also a Concordance, and almost all passages of importance were referred to under each word; here there is only a selection of those references thought either most striking, or most varied. In general, the editing of the work manifests judgment, and in some points special care has been bestowed, as in the explanations and illustrations of the use of the particles, a subject in which English-Greek Lexicons are usually deficient. For those who have only slight knowledge of the Greek language, no lexicon will be found more useful than "Robinson's Lexicon Condensed."-Literary Gazette, Nov. 22, 1851.
"This is a well-executed and useful condensation of the last edition of Dr. Robinson's excellent Lexicon. The abridgement has been mainly effected by the reduction of the number of examples given in the larger work. Dr. Robinson aimed to make his book not merely a Lexicon but a Concordance; and, therefore, prints far more examples (where they exist) than is necessary to elucidate the meaning or construction: e.g., if the phrase occurs six or eight times he cites every passage containing it. Whatever advantage this plan might possess in the original work, it could not be suited to one intended mainly for learners; the present editor has, therefore, found the chief opportunity for the exercise of his judgment in the selection from them of the examples really necessary, apart from the idea of making the work a Concordance, and this task seems to have been executed by a skilful hand: and notwithstanding the great reduction of bulk and, consequently, of cost, the work remains quite adequate for the purposes of learners and school purposes, and is, indeed, the best adapted to this use of any that has fallen under our notice. A serviceable Parsing Index is appended, extending to fifty-five pages. This is a feature only to be found in 'Dawson's Lexicon', which is useless as a help to the critical study of the New Testament."-Kitto's Journal of Sacred Literature.
12mo. 2s. 6d. cloth.
SELECTIONS from OVID; Amores, Tristia, Heroides, Metamorphoses; with Prefatory Remarks.
Intended to afford an introduction, at once easy and unobjectionable, to a knowledge of the Latin language, after a boy has become well acquainted with the declension of nouns and pronouns, and the ordinary forms of verbs.
GEORGE BELL, 186, FLEET STREET.