« PreviousContinue »
TRAVELS IN NORTHERN ARABIA IN 1876 AND
1877. BY CHARLES M. DOUGHTY, of Gonville and Caius College.
With Illustrations and a Map. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. £3. 35. “This is in several respects a remarkable “We judge this book to be the most rebook. It records the ten years' travels of the markable record of adventure and research author throughout Northern Arabia, in the which has been published to this generation.” Hejas and Nejd, from Syria to Mecca. No -Spectator; doubt this region has been visited by previous Its value as a storehouse of knowledge travellers, but none, we venture to think, have simply cannot be exaggerated.”—Saturday done their work with so much thoroughness or Review, with more enthusiasm and love."-Times. HISTORY OF NEPAL, translated by MUNSHI SHEW
SHUNKER SINGH and PANDIT SHRI GUNĀNAND; edited with an Introductory Sketch of the Country and People by Dr D. WRIGHT, late Residency Surgeon at Kāțhmānļū, and with facsimiles of native drawings, and portraits of Sir JUNG BAHADUR, the KING OF NEPĀL, &c. Super-royal 8vo.
Ios. 6d. “The Cambridge University Press have Introduction is based on personal inquiry and done well in publishing this work. Such trans observation, is written intelligently and canlations are valuable not only to the historian didly, and adds much to the value of the but also to the ethnologist;... Dr Wright's volume"--Nature. A JOURNEY OF LITERARY AND ARCHÆOLOGICAL
RESEARCH IN NEPAL AND NORTHERN INDIA, during the Winter of 1884-5. By CECIL BENDALL, M.A., Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge ; Professor of Sanskrit in University
College, London. Demy 8vo. IOS. THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE FROM THE
EARLIEST TIMES TO THE ROYAL INJUNCTIONS OF 1535, by J. B. MULLINGER, M.A., Lecturer on History and Librarian to St John's College. Part I. Demy 8vo. (734 pp.), 125. Part Ii. From the Royal Injunctions of 1535 to the Accession of
Charles the First. Demy 8vo. 18s. “That Mr Mullinger's work should admit activity of its leading members. All this he of being regarded as a continuous narrative, combines in a form which is eminently readin which character it has no predecessors able.”- PROF. CREIGHTON in Cont. Review. worth mentioning, is one of the many advan “Mr Mullinger has succeeded perfectly in tages it possesses over annalistic compilations, presenting the earnest and thoughtful student even so valuable as Cooper's, as well as over with a thorough and trustworthy history.”Athenae.”—Prof. A. W. Ward in the Academy. Guardian.
“Mr Mullinger's narrative omits nothing “Mr Mullinger displays an admirable which is required by the fullest interpretation thoroughness in his work. Nothing could be of his subject. He shews in the statutes of more exhaustive and conscientious than his the Colleges, the internal organization of the method : and his style...is picturesque and University, its connection with national pro elevated."— Times. blems, its studies, its social life, and the HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE OF ST JOHN THE
EVANGELIST, by THOMAS BAKER, B.D., Ejected Fellow. Edited by John E. B. MAYOR, M.A. Two Vols. Demy 8vo. 245. “To antiquaries the book will be a source “The work displays very wide reading, and of almost inexhaustible amusement, by his it will be of great use to members of the col. torians it will be found a work of considerable lege and of the university, and, perhaps, of service on questions respecting our social pro still greater use to students of English hisgress in past times; and the care and thorough tory, ecclesiastical, political, social, literary ness with which Mr Mayor has discharged his and academical, who have hitherto had to be editorial functions are creditable to his learning content with 'Dyer.""-Academy. and industry."-Athenæum. SCHOLAE ACADEMICAE: some Account of the Studies
at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century. By CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, M.A., Fellow of Peterhouse. Demy 8vo.
los. 6d. “Mr Wordsworth has collected a great education and learning."-Saturday Review. quantity of minute and curious information “Of the whole volume it may be said that about the working of Cambridge institutions in it is a genuine service rendered to the study the last century, with an occasional comparison of University history, and that the habits of of the corresponding state of things at Oxford. thought of any writer educated at either seat of
To a great extent it is purely a book of re learning in the last century will, in many cases, ference, and as such it will be of permanent be far better understood after a consideration value for the historical knowledge of English of the materials here collected."-Academy.
London : C. 7. CLAY & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse,
Ave Maria Lane.
THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF THE UNI
VERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE AND OF THE COLLEGES OF CAMBRIDGE AND ETON, by the late ROBERT WILLIS, M.A. F.R.S., Jacksonian Professor in the University of Cambridge. Edited with large Additions and brought up to the present time by JOHN WILLIS CLARK, M.A., formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Four Vols. Super Royal 8vo. £6. 6s.
Also a limited Edition of the same, consisting of 120 numbered Copies only, large paper Quarto; the woodcuts and steel engravings mounted on India paper; price Twenty-five Guineas net each set.
MISCELLANEOUS. A LATIN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY. Printed from the
(Incomplete) MS. of the late T. H. KEY, M.A., F.R.S. Crown 4to.
£1. IIs. 6d. A CATALOGUE OF ANCIENT MARBLES IN GREAT
BRITAIN, by Prof. ADOLF MICHAELIS. Translated by C. A. M.
burgh (Morocco back), £2. 25. “The object of the present work of Mich to the Cambridge Press. It has not been printed aelis is to describe and make known the vast in German, but appears for the first time in the treasures of ancient sculpture now accumulated English translation. All lovers of true art and in the galleries of Great Britain ...Waagen gave of good work should be grateful to the Syndics to the private collections of pictures
the ad of the University Press for the liberal facilities vantage of his inspection and cultivated ac afforded by them towards the production of quaintance with art, and now Michaelis per this important volume by Professor Michaelis." forms the same office for the still less known
-Saturday Review. private hoards of antique sculptures for which "Professor Michaelis has achieved so high our country is so remarkable. The book is a fame as an authority in classical archæology beautifully executed, and with its few handsome that it seems unnecessary to say how good plates, and excellent indexes, does much credit a book this is.”- The Antiquary. RHỌDES IN ANCIENT TIMES. By CECIL TORR, M.A. With six plates. Demy 8vo.
IOS. 6d. RHODES IN MODERN TIMES. By the same Author.
With three plates. Demy 8vo. 8s. CHAPTERS ON ENGLISH METRE. By Rev. JOSEPH
B. MAYOR, M.A. Demy 8vo. 75. 6d. THE WOODCUTTERS OF THE NETHERLANDS during the last quarter of the Fifteenth Century.
In three parts. 1. History of the Woodcutters. II. Catalogue of their Woodcuts. III. List of the Books containing Woodcuts. By WILLIAM MARTIN CONWAY. Demy 8vo.
Ios. 6d. THE LITERATURE OF THE FRENCH RENAIS
SANCE. An Introductory Essay. By A. A. TILLEY, M.A., Fellow
and Tutor of King's College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo. 6s. A GRAMMAR OF THE IRISH LANGUAGE. By Prof.
WINDISCH. Translated by Dr NORMAN MOORE. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d. LECTURES ON TEACHING, delivered in the University
of Cambridge in the Lent Term, 1880. By J. G. FITCH, M.A., LL.D. Her Majesty's Inspector of Training Colleges. Cr. 8vo. New Edit. 55. “As principal of a training college and as a schools ... Mr Fitch's book covers so wide a Government inspector of schools, Mr Fitch has field and touches on so many burning questions got at his fingers' ends the working of primary that we must be content to recommend it as education, while as assistant commissioner to the best existing vade mecum for the teacher." the late Endowed Schools Commission he has -Pall Mall Gazette. seen something of the machinery of our higher
For other books on Education, see Pitt Press Series, pp. 30, 31.
London : C. 7. CLAY & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse,
Ave Maria Lane.
EPISTVLAE ORTELIANAE. ABRAHAMI ORTELII (Geo
graphi Antverpiensis) et virorvm ervditorvm ad evndem et ad JACOBVM COLIVM ORTELIANVM (Abrahami Ortelii sororis filivm) Epistvlae. Cvm aliqvot aliis epistvlis et tractatibvs qvibvsdam ab vtroqve collectis (1524—1628). Ex avtographis mandante Ecclesia Londino-batava edidit JOANNES HENRICVS HESSELS. Demy 4to.
£3. Net. FROM SHAKESPEARE TO POPE: an Inquiry into
the causes and phenomena of the rise of Classical Poetry in England.
By EDMUND GOSSE, M.A. Crown 8vo. 6s. STUDIES IN THE LITERARY RELATIONS OF
ENGLAND WITH GERMANY IN THE SIXTEENTH
CENTURY. By C. H. HERFORD, M.A. Crown 8vo. gs. ADMISSIONS TO GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE March 1558–9 to
College, and S. C. VENN. Demy 8vo.
preserved in the University Library, Cambridge. By Dr S. M. SCHILLER-SZINESSY. Volume I. containing Section 1. The Holy
Scriptures; Section 11. Commentaries on the Bible. Demy 8vo. gs. A CATALOGUE OF THE MANUSCRIPTS preserved
in the Library of the University of Cambridge. Demy 8vo. 5 Vols.
los. each. INDEX TO THE CATALOGUE. Demy Svo. A CATALOGUE OF ADVERSARIA and printed books
containing MS. notes, preserved in the Library of the University of
Cambridge. 35. 6d. THE ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS IN THE LI
brary of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Catalogued with Descriptions, and
an Introduction, by W. G. SEARLE, M.A. Demy 8vo. 75. 6d. A CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF THE GRACES,
Documents, and other Papers in the University Registry which
concern the University Library. Demy 8vo. 25. 6d. CATALOGUS BIBLIOTHECÆ BURCKHARDTIANÆ.
Demy 4to. 55. GRADUATI CANTABRIGIENSES : SIVE CATA
LOGUS exhibens nomina eorum quos ab Anno Academico Admissionum MDCCC usque ad octavum diem Octobris MDCCCLXXXIV gradu quocunque ornavit Academia Cantabrigiensis, e libris subscriptionum desumptus. Cura HENRICI RICHARDS LUARD S. T. P.
Coll. SS. Trin. Socii atque Academiæ Registrarii. Demy 8vo. 125. 6d. STATUTES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
and for the Colleges therein, made published and approved (1878— 1882) under the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877.
With an Appendix. Demy 8vo. 16s. STATUTES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
With Acts of Parliament relating to the University. 8vo. 35. 6d. ORDINANCES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAM
BRIDGE. Demy 8vo., cloth. 75. 6d. TRUSTS, STATUTES AND DIRECTIONS affecting
(1) The Professorships of the University. (2) The Scholarships
and Prizes. (3) Other Gifts and Endowments. Demy 8vo. 55. COMPENDIUM OF UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS,
for the use of persons in Statu Pupillari. Demy 8vo. 6d. London: C. 7. CLAY & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse,
Ave Maria Lane.
The Cambridge Bible for
Schools and Colleges.
GENERAL EDITOR : THE VERY REVEREND J. J. S. PEROWNE, D.D.,
DEAN OF PETERBOROUGH.
“It is difficult to commend too highly this excellent series.”—Guardian.
“The modesty of the general title of this series has, we believe, led many to misunderstand its character and underrate its value. The books are well suited for study in the upper forms of our best schools, but not the less are they adapted to the wants of all Bible students who are not · specialists. We doubt, indeed, whether any of the numerous popular commentaries recently issued in this country will be found more serviceable for general use.”—Academy.
“One of the most popular and useful literary enterprises of the nineteenth century.”-Baptist Magazine.
“Of great value. The whole series of comments for schools is highly esteemed by students capable of forming a judgment. The books are scholarly without being pretentious: information is so given as to be easily understood.”--Sword and Trowel.
The Very Reverend J. J. S. PEROWNE, D.D., Dean of Peterborough, has undertaken the general editorial supervision of the work, assisted by a staff of eminent coadjutors. Some of the books have been already edited or undertaken by the following gentlemen :
Rev. A. CARR, M.A., late Assistant Master at Wellington College.
Ridley Hall, Cambridge.
London: C.7. CLAY & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse,
Ave Marin Lane,
THE CAMBRIDGE BIBLE FOR SCHOOLS & COLLEGES.
Continued. Now Ready. Cloth, Extra Fcap. 8vo. THE BOOK OF JOSHUA. By the Rev. G. F. MACLEAR, D.D.
With 2 Maps. 25. 6d. THE BOOK OF JUDGES. By the Rev. J. J. LIAS, M.A.
With Map. 35. 6d. THE FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL. By the Rev. Professor
KIRKPATRICK, M.A. With Map. 35. 6d. THE SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL. By the Rev. Professor
KIRKPATRICK, M.A. With 2 Maps. 35. 6d. THE FIRST BOOK OF KINGS. By Rev. Prof. LUMBY, D.D. 35.6d. THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS. By the same Editor. 35. 6d. THE BOOK OF JOB. By the Rev. A. B. DAVIDSON, D.D. 55. THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES. By the Very Rev. E. H.
PLUMPTRE, D.D., Dean of Wells. 55. THE BOOK OF JEREMIAH. By the Rev. A. W. STREANE,
M.A. With Map. 45. 6d. THE BOOK OF HOSEA. By Rev. T. K. CHEYNE, M.A., D.D. 35. THE BOOKS OF OBADIAH AND JONAH. By Archdeacon
PerowNE. THE BOOK OF MICAH. By Rev. T. K. CHEYNE, D.D. THE BOOKS OF HAGGAI AND ZECHARIAH. By Arch
deacon PEROWNE. 35. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST MATTHEW. By the
Rev. A. CARR, M.A. With 2 Maps. 25. 6d. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST MARK. By the Rev.
G. F. MACLEAR, D.D. With 4 Maps. 25. 6d. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST LUKE. By Archdeacon
F. W. FARRAR. With 4 Maps. 45. 6d. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST JOHN. By the Rev.
A. PLUMMER, M.A., D.D. With 4 Maps. 45. 6d. THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. By the Rev. Professor
LUMBY, D.D. With 4 Maps. 45. 6d. THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS. By the Rev. H. C. G.
MOULE, M.A. 35. 6d. THE FIRST EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS. By the Rev.
J. J. LIAS, M.A. With a Map and Plan. THE SECOND EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS. By the
Rev. J. J. LIAS, M.A. THE EPISTLE TO THE EPHESIANS. By the Rev. H. C. G.
MOULE, M.A. THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS. By Arch. FARRAR. 35. 6d. THE GENERAL EPISTLE OF ST JAMES. By the Very Rev.
E. H. PLUMPTRE, D.D., Dean of Wells. THE EPISTLES OF ST PETER AND ST JUDE. By the
same Editor. 25. 6d. THE EPISTLES OF ST JOHN. By the Rev. A. PLUMMER,
M.A., D.D. 35. 6d. London: C. 7. CLAY & Sons, Cambridge University Press Warehouse,
Ave Maria Lane.