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Page 16 - MANUAL FOR COMMUNICANTS : being an Assistant to a Devout and Worthy Reception of the LORD'S Supper. Morocco, Is. 6d. ; roan, Is. ; paper cover, 6d. In large type, 6d. ; also a cheap edition for placing in Prayer Books. 2d. MANUAL FOR MOURNERS, with Devotions, Directions, and Forms of Self- Examination.
Page 18 - POPULAR TRACTS, Illustrating the Prayer Book of the Church of England. Already published : No. I. THE BAPTISMAL SERVICES. Second Edition. Price Id. No. II. THE DRESS OF THE CLERGY, with an Illustration. Price 2d. No. III. THE BURIAL SERVICE. With an Appendix on Modern Burials, Monuments, and Epitaphs, containing Seven Designs for Headstones, and an Alphabet for Inscriptions. Price 6d. No. IV. THE ORDINATION SERVICES. Price 4d.
Page 21 - The Book of Common Prayer and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church according to the use of the Church of England, together with the psalter or psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches, and the form or manner of making, ordaining and consecrating of bishops, priests and deacons.
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Page 15 - CODD.— SERMONS PREACHED IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF S. GILES, CAMBRIDGE. By the Rev. EDWARD T. CODD, MA, S. John's College, Cambridge, Perpetual Curate of S. James, Cotes Heath, Staffordshire. In 12mo., price 6s. 6d. cloth. COMMENTARY ON THE SEVEN PENITENTIAL PSALMS. Chiefly from Ancient Sources. 18mo. cloth, price Is.
Page 29 - The following are in preparation : A HISTORY OF SPAIN. By the Rev. BENNETT G. JOHNS, S. Mark's College, Chelsea. A HISTORY OF FRANCE. By the Rev. JOSEPH HASKOLL, BA A HISTORY OF GERMANY. By the Rev. AJ HOWELL, MA A HISTORY OF HOLLAND. By the Rev.
Page 19 - GOD'S THREATENINGS FOR OUR SINS. A Sermon preached on Sunday, October llth, the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity ; with a Preface, on the present Spiritual Condition of the Manufacturing Districts. By the Rev. CHARLES FELTON SMITH, BA, of Queen's College, Cambridge) Incumbent of Pendlebury, near Manchester, and Domestic Chaplain to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Combermere.
Page 23 - OLD PLAY-GOER. By WILLIAM ROBSON. Post 8vo., price 7s. 6d. cloth. " Mr. Robson's admiration of John Kemble and Mrs. Siddons is an echo of our own. In fact, in reading his work, we have lived over again our own play-going days. Interspersed with his reminiscences are many excellent and judicious reflections upon the drama, the stage, and theatrical matters generally. The volume, which is dedicated to Charles Kemble, is written in a spirited and vigorous style.
Page 27 - III. HENRI de CLERMONT; or, the Royalists of La Vendee. A Tale of the French Revolution. By the Rev. WILLIAM GRESLEY.
Page 28 - PAOKT. 2s. 6d. XI. GODFREY DAVENANT ; A Tale of SCHOOL LIFE. By the Rev. WILLIAM E. HEYGATE, MA Price 2s. 6d. " We question whether a more healthy, impressive, and earnest work has appeared in that useful series. We do not know one which -we could more heartily recommend for senior boys. The admonitions of Dr. Wilson, the head master of the school— an orthodox Dr.