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Ritchie's History of Oriental Nations, chiefly possessions of Great Britain, comprising India, China, Australia, South Africa, etc. by Leitch Ritchie, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth gilt, 8s (pub. at £1. 4s) Allen, 1848 "A most able and interesting work, comprising an account

of each country, its Religion, Laws, Manners and Customs,

Commercial Resources, &c. It is the best introduction to a more minute and extensive study of Eastern history."

Roberts's (W.) History or Letter-Writing, from the Earliest Period to the Fifth Century, thick 8vo. cloth, 10s (pub. at 185) Pickering, 1843 A selection of the best Epistles of Antiquity, including Cicero, Pliny, Seneca, the early Fathers, and many others, both Greek and Latin, translated into English.

Robertson's (Dr.) Historical Works, with LIFE by Dugald Stewart, port. complete in 1 large 1852 vol. 8vo. new cloth, 128 Royal Letters.-Letters of the Kings of England (Richard 1. to Charles I.) NOW FIRST PUBLISHED from the originals, ed. by J. O. Halliwell. ports. of Henry VIII, and Charles I. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 5s (pub. at £1. 4s)

1846 This collection comprises for the first time, the Love Letters of Henry VIII. to Anne Boleyn; also Letters of Edward VI. The Letters of James I. hitherto unpublished, to the Duke of Buckingham, are of the most singular nature.

Royal Theatricals, Dramas, Masques, and Triumpbs, at the English Court, from the time of King Henry VIII. Complete History of, with highly finished engravings from designs by Absolon, etc. sm. folio, extra cloth, gilt leaves, 7s 6d (pub. at £2. 2s)

1852 This beautiful volume includes the Plays performed at Windsor Castle, in 1848-9; also curious particulars of our early Dra

matic Literature and Art.

Sadi's Gulistan, or Flower-Garden, trans. by J.
Ross from the Persian Text of Gentius, as used in
the East India Company's Colleges; with an Essay
on Sadi's Life and Genius, 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d (pub. at
10s 6d)
St. John's Album of Oriental Costume,
30 large and beautiful tinted lithographic plates, repre-
LIFE, in the VALLEY OF THE NILE, from designs taken
on the spot by E. PRISSE, with Descriptions by J. A.
ST. JOHN, folio, half morocco, new, £1. 5s (pub, at
£4.48)-The same, LARGE PAPER, the plates tinted,
imp. folio, new hf. morocco, £2. 10s (pub. at £5. 58)
A work of remarkable beauty and interest.
Schack's Geschichte der dramatischen Litera-
tur und Kunst in Spanien, 3 large vols. 8vo. 12s 6d
Berlin, 1845-6
An esteemed work on the Dramatic Literature and Art of Spain.
Schelleri Lexicon Linguæ Latinæ; a most
copious Latin Dictionary; the German Explanations
trans. into English; by J. E. Riddle, thick folio, new
hf. russia, £1. 18s Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1835
One of the best and most comprehensive Latin Dictionaries;
pub. at £5.58.

Waverley Novels, 48 vols. fcap. 8vo. large type, 96 engravings, cloth, £5. 108 (pub. at £12.)—Or, new half morocco, marb, leaves, £7. 158 Waverley Novels, new Library edition, beautifully printed, illustrated with frontispieces and vignettes by the most eminent artists, complete in 25 vols. 8vo. cloth, £8. 88 (pub. at £11. 5s)—Or, new calf gilt, marbled leaves, £11.11s


An entirely new and beautiful edition, printed in a large and elegant type, and ranges with the library editions of the standard English Authors.

Waverley Novels, splendid Abbotsford edition, with 120 engravings on steel and 2000 woodcuts, 12 vols. royal 8vo. new hf. morocco, gilt backs and gilt leaves, 1842 scarce, £11. 11s (pub. at £ 6. 16s) Waverley Novels, complete in 25 vols. fcap. 8vo. 25 vignettes. cloth, £2. 188 (pub. at £5.)—Or. new half morocco, marb. leaves, £4. 48

Waverley Novels, People's ed. complete, 5 vols. royal 8vo. with port, and vignettes, cloth, £1. 15s (pub. at £2. 10s)-Or, new half morocco, marbled leaves, £2.108 Miscellaneous Prose Works of Scott, 28 vols. fcap. 8vo. with 56 illustrations, cloth, £3. 10s (pub. at £7.)-Or, new half morocco, marbled leaves, £4. 10s Poetical Works of Scott, with 24 illustrations by Turner, 12 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, £1. 8s (put, at £3.)-Or, new hf. morocco, marbled leaves, £2. 28 Life of Scott, by J. G. Lockhart, 10 vols. fcap. 8vo. with 20 illustrations, cloth, £1. 4s (pub. at £2. 10s) -Or, new hf. morocco, marb. leaves, £1. 12s

Shakespeare's Plays AND Poems, with Life, Glossarial Notes, etc. by Valpy, with 170 plates after Reynolds, Fuseli, Northcote, &c. 15 vols. post 8vo. cloth gilt, £1. 15s (pub. at £3. 15s); or new hulf morocco, £3.


"The most delightful and elegant form in which Shakspeare has ever appeared."-Morning Post. Shakspere's Plays AND Poems, Knight's Beautiful Cabinet Edition, with Life, Notes, Studies of Shakspere, Chronology of his Plays, &c. numerous ports, and illustrations, 12 vols. 18mo, bright blue cloth, C. Knight. 1851 contents lettered, 16s

The best pocket edition of Shakspere ever published.

Shakespeare's Plays, new Lansdowne edition, the Text from the early and best impressions, with Glossary; highly finished portrait by Robinson, after that by Droeshout, thick 8vo. new cloth elegant, 9s 6d (pub. 1851 at 16s)

This new and elegant edition is printed in a novel and couvenient style, the names of the characters being put at full length, in the centre of the text, in red ink. A capital book for a present, beautifully printed by Shakespeare's Plays, Corrall, from diamond type, port. sm. 8vo. cloth, 5s Pickering, 1831 (pub, at £1. 1s) Shakespeare Society's Publications, complete, from its Commencement to its Termination in 1853; the Contents classified, 47 vols. 8vo. in 19, 1841-53 half morocco, contents lettered, £7. 15s -or with the


Scott's Minstrelsy OF THE Scottish Border,
with Notes by Lockhart, fine plates by Turner, 4 vols
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Scott's (W. B.) Antiquarian Gleanings
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Sganzin's Programme, or Recapitulation of
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plications derived from the Art of Bridge and Road
Making (in French), new ed. enlarged by Lambardie
and Reibell, 4 vols. 4to. with Atlas of 180 plates, half
Liege, 1832
morocco, £4. 10s
Shakspere's Plays AND Poems, with Notes
and Life by C. KNIGHT, illustrations by W. Harvey,
or new bf. morecco.

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Shakespeare Portfolio, nearly 100 beautiful engravings, illustrative of his Plays, by Heath, Finden, &c. from designs by SMIRKE, STOTHARD, WESTALL, COOPER, etc. royal 8vo. hf. morocco portfolio, 14s (pub. at £8.8s)


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Sibbes's Soul's Conflict AND Bruised Reed, to which is added a Fountain Sealed, and a Description of Christ, 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d Pickering, 1838 Sleigh's (Col.) Pine Forests AND Hackmatack Clearings; or Travel, Life, and Adventures in the British North American Provinces, 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d (pub. at 12s)


"The information is varied and extensive. As a book of travels the work possesses great interest "—Daily News. Smeaton's Reports on Civil Engineering, being Estimates, and Treatises on Canals, Rivers, Harbours, Bridges, Lighthouses, &c. 72 plates, 2 vols. 4to. in 1, cloth, £2. 2s (pub. at £3. 3s) 1837 One of the most laborious and successful Civil Engineers whom Britain has produced.

Spectator, by Addison, Steele, etc. with Historical and Biographical Prefaces by A. Chalmers, new ed. with additional Notes, 6 vols. roy. 8vo. new half calf gilt, £1. 14s



A new and excellent library edition, in large type, on superior paper. Spilsbury's (the Librarian) Lincoln's Inn, its Ancient and Modern Buildings, with an account of the Library, numerous engravings, fcap. 8vo. cloth, Pickering, 1850 Spohn, De Lingua et Literis Veterum Ægyptiorum : acced. Grammatica atque Glossarium Egyptiacum, edid. Seyffarth, with plates, 2 vols. 4to. 10s 6d Lips. 1825-31 Stanley's (Dean) Faith AND Practice of a Church of England Man, with Notes and Essays on the leading principles of the Church of England, by Eden, sm. 8vo. cloth, 3s Pickering, 1848 Steam Navigation.-Prof. Woodcroft's History of the Origin and Progress of Steam Navigation, from Authentic Documents, with 17 fine lithographic plates &woodcuts, sm. 4to. new cloth, 48 6d (pub. at 12s) 1851 Stephens's (G.) Dramas for the Stage, comprising Nero and Sensibility, Tragedies-Self-Glorification, a Chinese Play-Rebecca and her Daughters, a Comedy-Philip Basil, or a Poet's Fate, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. 5s (only 150 copies privately printed) 1846 "Genius there is in George Stephens."-Times. Strabo, Gr. et Lat. cum Notis Variorum et Casauboni; Annot. et Tabulas Geogr. adj. FALCONER; subj. Chrestomathiæ, Gr. et Lat. 2 vols. folio, hf. russia, £1. 16s-On LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. royal folio, hf. russia, £2. 2s (pub. at £7. 78)

Oxon. 1807

"The most valuable and ample edition of Strabo."-- Dibdin. Strickland's (Agnes) Original Letters of MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, illustr. of her Personal History, now first pub. from the Originals, port. and facsimiles of autographs and Warrant for Execution, 2 vols. post 8vo. new cloth, 7s (pub. at £1. 1s) 1845 Stuart's Dictionary or Architecture, Historical, Descriptive, Topographical, Decorative, Theo retical, and Mechanical, illustrated by 1000 Drawings of subjects referred to in the work, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s (pub. at £2. 2s)


Sunday Library, or Protestant's Manual for the Sabbath Day; nearly ONE HUNDRED SERMONS by Eminent Divines, with Memoirs by Dr. DIвDIN, 6 vols. fcap. 8vo, cloth, 16s (pub. at 30s) 1851

AUTHORS.-Bp. Blomfield, Robert Hall, Bp. Heber, Jone

of Navland. Le Bas Ro Maltby. Bn. Mant. Dean Milman Dr

Surrey and Wyatt's Poetical Works, with Memoir by Sir Harris Nicolas, port. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, LARGE PAPER, 8s (pub. at 18s)

Pickering, 1831 Table Talker, or Essays on Society and Literature, collected from the "Table Talk" of the Morn ing Post, and revised by the Author, 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d (pub. at 12s) Pickering, 1840 Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, translated into English Heroical Verse by Fairfax; with Glossary and Lives by C. Knight, 2 vols. 18mo. in 1, 1s 6d 1853 "We do not know a translation in any language superior to Fairfax's in all the essentials of poetry."- Quart. Rev. Tatham's (Dr.) Bampton Lecture Sermons: The Chart and Scale of Truth by which to find the Cause of Error; new ed. enlarged, with Memoir and Notes, by Grinfield, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s (pub. at £1. 1s) Pickering, 1840 Taylor's (Jeremy) Holy Living and Holy DYING, RULE and EXERCISE OF, 2 vols. feap. 8vo. cloth, 78 6d Pickering, 1850

Taylor's (Jeremy) Life of Christ: the Great

EXEMPLAR of SANCTITY and HOLY LIFE, described in the Life and Death of Christ, 3 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 88 6d ib. 1851

Taylor's (Dr. W. C.) House of Orleans, Memoirs of the, including Sketches and Anecdotes of the most distinguished Characters in France during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, fine portraits, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s (pub. at £2. 2s)

terrible."-Morning Post.


"Dr. Taylor's information respecting the Honse of Orleans is very great These Memoirs are decidedly amusing now airy, simulating, and delightful, and now dark, mysterious, Taylor's (T.) Two Treatises of Proclus, the Platonic Successor, from the Greek, post 8vo. 2s 6d (pub. at 8s) Only 250 copies printed. Teignmouth's (Lord) Life AND CorresponDENCE, by his Son, including much original Correspondence of bis Eminent Contemporaries relating to India, etc. fine part. 2 vols. 8vo. 58 (pub. at £1.4s) 1842

versies, etc.



A work of sterling value, comprising much valuable information relating to Iulia, with notices of the early career of Wellington, Warren Hastings, Life of Sir W. Jones, Bible ControTennent's (Sir J.) History or Modern Greece, from its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 5s (pub. at 32s) "An interesting addition to our stores of knowledge. The style has vivacity and brilliancy."-Athenæum. Thierry's Conquest oF England BY NORMANS, its Causes and Consequences in England, Scotland, Ireland, etc. trans. with Life by Hazlitt, fine ports. 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 3s 6d (pub. at 7s)


Bogue, 1847

Sir J. Mackintosh.

"Equally admired for eloquence and research." Thomson's (Dr. A. T.) Philosophy or Magic, PRODIGIES, and APPARENT MIRACLES, from the French of E. Salverte, with Notes, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d (pub. at 28.) 1846

"Two curious and entertaining volumes on a subject which has engaged the attention of philosophers and historians in all past ages."-Athenæum. Thomson's (Mrs.) Memoirs OF THE Jacobites of 1715 and 1745, portraits, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. at £2. 2s) 1845

This useful and interesting work may assert its place in

the standard literature of the country."-Lit. Gaz. Thucydides' History OF THE Peloponnesian WAR, newly translated, with copious Annotations, exeget. philol. histor. and geogr. by Dr. Bloomfield, with maps, 3 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 10s 6d (pub. at £2.5s) Longmans, 1829

By far the best translation of Thucydides, Townsend's Calendar or Knights or the

the Education, internal Economy, and Memoirs of Eminent Blues; also the Rise, Progress, and Suppression of the Convent of Grey Friars, plates, 4to. cloth, 10s (pub. at £3. 3s)


Turner AND Girtin's Picturesque ViewS IN ENGLAND, Sixty Years since, 39 engravings after these distinguished Painters, and fine portrait of Turner by Count d'Orsay, with Descriptions, imp. 8vo. cloth, gilt leaves, 12s (pub. at £1. 18) 1854

Tytler's (P. F.) England UNDER THE Reigns of EDWARD VI. and MARY, with the Contemp. Hist. of Europe, illustrated in Original Letters never before printed, two beautiful ports. after Holbein and A. More, 2 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 88 6d (pub. at £1. 4s) 1839 "We have done what we never did before-we have read two volumes of ancient English letters at a sitting.”—Quart. Rev.

United Service Journal, by the most eminent Naval, Military, and Civil Writers, from the Commencement in 1829 to 1845, 46 vols. 8vo. cloth, £8. 10s (pub. at £36.) 1829-45

"Full of excellent articles, Personal Memoirs of Distinguished Officers, interesting Travels, and light Tales of Adventure, &c."-Morning Herald.

Vernon Gallery of Pictures, including many of the most important productions of Turner, Landseer, Roberts, Stanfield, Calicott, Webster, Collins, Creswick, Maclise, C. R. Leslie, Etty, Cooper, Mulready, Wilkie, etc. engraved in the highest style of art by Willmore, Prior, Greatbach, etc. the complete set of 152 plates, CHOICE INDIA FROOFS, Struck off on small folio paper, £8. 8s (pub. at 31 guineas)-Another complete set, choice INDIA PROOFS BEFORE LETTEKS, ON large folio paper, £12. 12s (pub. at 62 guineas)

1849-53 Vigne's Travels in Kashmir, Ladak, IsKARDO, and the HIMALAYA, with large folding Map and other illustrations, second ed. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d (pub. at £1. 8s)


Vollmer, Vollständiges Wörterbuch der Mythologie aller Nationen, muny plates, 8vo. 9s Stutt. 1836 Walker's (R.) Flora of Oxfordshire and its contiguous COUNTIES, with un Introduction to Botany, engravings, 8vo. 4s 6d (pub. at 14) 1833 Walpole's (Horace) Memoirs of the Reign of KING GEORGE 11. with Preface and Notes by Lord Holland, second ed. portraits, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 12s (pub. at £2.58)


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Warburton's (Eliot) Hochelaga, or England in the New World, plates, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, Weale's Ancient Painted AND 58 6d (pub. at £1. 18) GLASS at Gouda in Holland, and in the Church of St. Jacques at Liége; with Examples from York, West Wickham, Kent, and St. George's Chapel, Windsor; Also, the Ancient Church and Sacrament House at Limbourg, the Works of Dirk and Wouter Crabeth, etc. a Critical Account of the Works of ALBERT DURER, his Master Wohlgemuth, etc. 75 very large and splendid Engravings by Le Keux and others, many most beautifully ILLUMINATED AND COLOURED by OWEN JONES, 2 vols. imp. folio, hf. mor. extra, £5. 5s (pub. at £10. 10s) Weale, 1847

"This work is one of those rare productions of art which at at once extort admiration and defy criticism.” – Times.

Weale's Quarterly Papers ON Architecture AND ARCHEOLOGY, by the most eminent Architects and Archæologists of the Day, nearly 500 large COLOURED and other Engravings of Buildings, Stainet Glass, Brasses, Heraldic Bearings, etc. 4 vols. royal 4'0. new hf. morocco, £3. 10s (pub. at £7. 7s) 1844-6



Among the contributors to this excellent work are: Moore, Sidney Smirke, E. Smirke, Wightwick, Leeds, Walker, Carter, Papworth, Dr. Gessert, Bell and Gould, Portal, etc. Wells's Picturesque Antiquities of Spain, described in a Series of Letters, with 29 illustrations of Moorish Palaces, Cathedrals, and other Monuments of Art in BURGOS, VALLADOLID, TOLEDO, and SEVILLE, imp. 8vo. cloth, 8s 6d (pub. at £1. Is) Werne's Expedition to Discover Sources of the WHITE NILE, in 1840-1, trans. from the German by O'Reilly, with plans, 2 8vo. in 1, cloth, 3s fid (pub. at £1. 1s) 1849 Whole Duty of Man, ed. by Rev. W. B. Hawkins, fcap. 8vo. cloth, 2s 6d (pub. at 6s) Pickering, 1842 Willement's Heraldic Notices of Canterbury Cathedral, with Genealogical and Topogra phical Notes, engravings of arms, sm. 4to. 12-The same, LARGE PAPER, royal 4to. 18s (pub. at £1, 16s) Willement's Account OF THE Restoration of ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WINDSOR, and the Heraldic Ornaments, 2 plates, sm. 4to. 5s—or,royal 4to. 78 6d



Willis's Current Notes, for the years 1851 to 1855, containing original Articles on Antiquities, Biography, Coins, Heraldry, Language, Old Poetry, Topography, Obsolete Customs, etc. illu trated by numerous woodcuts, 5 vols. sm. 4to. cloth, 3s each vol.

Including many unpublished letters of Sir Walter Scott, Coleridge, Byron. Theodore Hook, and an immense number of curious inedited articles on Literature and Antiquities by eminent literary men.


Wood's Index Entomologicus, or complete
Illustrated Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects of
Great Britain, their Localities, Synonymes, &c. Ntw
COLOURED, large 8vo. hf. morocco, £4. 4s Willis, 1854
The SUPPLEMENT, containing 180 figures of new species,
may be had separately, price 128 6d.


Wood's Index Testaceologicus, an Illustrated
Catalogue of all British and Foreign Shells, with their
Synonymes, Localities, etc. New ed. enlarged by
COLOURED. Publishing in
Monthly Numbers, each containing 180 coloured
figures, price 4s 6d per No.
Wycliffe's New Testament, the first translation
into English, now for the first time printed from a Con-
temporary MS. written about 1380, thick sin. 4to.
hf. morocco, £1. 18 (pub. at £2. 2s) Pickering, 1848
Yates's (Mrs.) Autumn N Switzerland.

Tytler's (P. F.) England under the Reigns of EDWARD VI. AND MARY, with the contemporary History of Europe, illustrated in a series of Original Letters never before printed; with Historical Introduction and Biographical and Critical Notes, with two beautiful portraits after Holbein and Sir A. More, 2 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 8s 6d (pub. at £1. 4s) 1839

The above important and interesting Work, throws new and valuable light upon English and Continental History. "We have done what we never did before- we have read two volumes of ancient English letters at a sitting."-Quarterly Review.

Walpole's (Horace) Letters, the new and complete Collected Edition, in 6 vols. continued by the Second Series of Letters to SIR HORACE MANN, 4 vols.; together 10 handsome vols. 8vo. new cloth, £3. 10s (pub. at £5. 19s) 1843-44 "The Letters of Horace Walpole are master-pieces."-Quarterly Review. "Where shall be found such an union of taste, humour, and almost dramatic power of description and narrative? Where such happy touches upon the manners and characters of the time."-At henum. Walpole's (Horace) Memoirs of the Reign of King GEORGE II. edited from the original MSS. with a Preface and Notes by the late Lord Holland, second edition, with portraits, 3 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 12s (pub. at £2.5s) 1847 These Memoirs abound in matter which is both useful and amusing. They embody a considerable amount of very curious historical information hitherto inaccessible.

Walpole's (Lieut. the Hon. F.) The Ansayrii and the ASSASSINS, with Travels in the further East in 1850-1, including a Visit to Nineveh, portrait and plates, 3 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 10s 6d (pub. at £1. 16s)


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"One of the most valuable histories of modern times. Writing with a vigorous, spirited and philosophic pen, the author narrates great events in a tone of unusual interest, and traces great results to their causes with singular dexterity," Atlas.

Warburton's (Eliot) Hochelaga, or England in the New World, plates 2 vols. post 8vo. new cloth, 5s 6d (pub. åt £1. 1s) 1851


"We recommend' Hochelaga' heartily."-Quart. Rev. Warr's (G. R.) Dynamics, the Construction of Machinery, Equilibrium of Structures, &c. engravings, 8vo. 3s 6d (pub. at 98 6d) Weale's Quarterly Papers on Architecture and ARCHEOLOGY, by the most eminent Architects and Archæologists of the Day, nearly 500 large and finely COLOURED and other engravings of Views, Buildings, Stained Glass, Brasses, Heraldic Bearings, &c. 4 vols. roy. 4to. half morocco gilt. .£3. 10s (pub. at £7. 7s) 1844-6


This valuable work contains the following subjects; Ancient Timber Roofs, Antiquities, Architecture, Gothic and Eccles. Architecture, Encaustic Tiles, Heraldry, Interior Decorations, Italian Church Plate, Painted and Stained Glass, Polychromy, Symbolic Colours, Art Staining Glass, Monograms. Among the contributors are: G. Moore, Sydney Smirke, E. Smirke, G. Wightwick, W. H. Leeds, T. L. Walker, O. B. Carter, J. W. Papworth, Dr. Gessert, Bell and Gould, M. Portal,


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"Vivid and life-like pictures of tribes and territories previously unvisited."-Blackwood's Mag.

Westwood's (J. O.) Introduction to the Modern CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS; founded on the Natural Habits and corresponding Organisation of the different Families, with numerous illustrations, 2 vols. 8vo. cl. 16s (pub. at £2.7s) 1839-40

Willson's (Harry) Practical Treatise on Composition Light, Shade, and Colour, illustrated with 11 coloured and other engravings, royal 8vo. 6s 6d (pub. at 16s)


Wood's (Joseph) Letters of an Architect from
An excellent practical treatise.
France, Italy, and Greece, with numerous fine engravings
of the most remarkable Ancient Buildings, with plans, details
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"A work written by a man of science, of general knowledge, and of
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Wood's (W.) Index Entomologicus, or a complete
Illustrated Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects of Great
Britain, with an Account of their Localities, Synonymes, &c.
Esq. with nearly 2000 FIGURES, BEAUTIFULLY ENGRAVED and
COLOURED, of all the British Butterflies and Moths, 8vo. bound
half morocco, £4. 4s
G. Willis, 1854

This improved edition contains an important and entirely new SUPMoths and Butterflies to the present time, illustrated by 180 figures beauPLEMENT by MR. WESTWOOD, giving an account of the new Species of tifully engraved on 5 plates, and coloured, now first added. This SUPPLEMENT is printed to range with the former edition of the Index Entomologicus, to which it is an indispensable accompaniment. It can be purchased separately, price 128 6d.

This beautiful volume is by far the most complete illustrated work on British Entomology. Wordsworth's (Dr. C.) Christian Institutes, a Series of Discourses and Tracts by the most eminent Divines of the English Church, selected, arranged systematically, and illustrated with Notes, last edition, 4 large vols. 8vo. new cloth, £1. 10s (pub. at £3. 3s)

Rivingtons, 1842

This most valuable "treasure-house of sound theology," as it has been
appropriately called, consists of Treatises by Dr. Isaac Barrow, Bp.
Jeremy Taylor, Dr. South, R. Hooker, Bp. Butler, Bp. Horsley, W.
Clarendon, F. Mason, &c.
Chillingworth, W. Sanderson, R. Baxter, E. Burke, Bp. Jewell, Lord

Digby Wyatt's Metal Works and its Artistic design,
50 plates exquisitely printed in colours and gold, folio, cloth
extra, gilt, £3. 3s (pub. at £6. 6s)


This most beautiful and interesting work exhibits in fifty plates,
mostly illuminated in gold and colours, some hundred specimens of the
most admirable relics of the Middle Ages, and of the period of the
Renaissance. Among them are Italian Chalices and Ciboria, rich Pro-
cessional Cross, Reliquaries, Pastoral Staff, Pendant and Bracket Lamps,
rich Gold Drinking Cups, specimens of Jewellery, Silver Dagger and
elegant Locks, Keys, Hinges, &c.
Coins by Bevenuto Cellini, Wrought Iron Doors, Screens, elaborate and

Whole Duty of Man, edited with Preface, &c. by the
Rev. W. B. Hawkins, finely printed, fcap. 8vo. new cloth, 2s 6d
Wycliffe's New Testament-The first translation into
(pub. at 6s)
Pickering, 1842
English, and now for the first time printed from a contem
porary MS. written about 1380, formerly in the Mona
of Sion, and late in the Collection of Lea Wilson,
thick small 4to. hf. mor- f1 10 (nh at £9 21

al, comprising the Correspondence of the Parliamentary General, with all the most distinguished Personages of the popular Party, now first published from the original MSS. edited by G. W. Johnson and R. Bell, with many portraits, 4 vols. 8vo. new cloth, £1. 18 (pub. at £3.) 1848-9

"It is impossible to overrate the merits of this production."-Morn. Chron. "A work of the greatest importance. It world be difficult to nome any discovery of late years which has thrown so great a light on English history."-Daily News.

Lepsius (Dr.) Discoveries in Egypt, Ethiopia, and the Peninsula of Sinai, from 1842 to 1845, edited with Notes by Mackenzie, second edition, with Additions and Corrections, map and other illustrations, 8vo. new cloth, 4s 6d (pub. at 12s) 1852

One of the most remarkable additions to Biblical Geography and

Antiquities which has been published for many years."-Daily News.
Mosheim's Commentaries on the Affairs

of the Christians, before the time of Constantine the Great;
or, an enlarged View of the Ecclesiastical History of the
First Three Centuries, translated by R. S. Vidal, 3 vols.
8vo. bds. 12s (pub. at £1. 11s 6d)
Cadell, 1813-35

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