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BUTLER.-ATLAS OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY.
By the late Dr. BUTLER. New Edition ; consisting of Twenty-three coloured Maps, from a
Longitudes. 8vo. 125. half-bound.
By the late Dr. Butler. Consisting of Twenty-three coloured Maps ; with an Index of all the Names of Places, referring to the Latitudes and Longitudes. New Edition. 8vo. 12s. hbd.
** The above two Atlases may be had, half-bound, in One Volume, 4to. price 248. CALLCOTT.-A SCRIPTURE HERBAL.
With upwards of 120 Wood Engravings. By LADY CALLcOTT. Square crown 8V0. 258. cloth. CATLOW.-POPULAR CONCHOLOGY;
Or, the Shell Cabinet arranged: being an Introduction to the Modern System of Conchology: with a sketch of the Natural History of the Animals, an account of the Formation of the Shells, and a complete Descriptive List of the Families and Genera. By AGNES CATlow. Fcp. 8vo.
with 312 Woodcuts, 10s. 6d. cloth. CHALENOR.-POETICAL REMAINS OF MARY CHALENOR.
Fcp. 8vo. 48. cloth.
"The poems are sweetly natural; and, though on topies often sung, breathe a tenderness and melancholy which are at once soothing and consolatory."-LITERARI GAZETTE. CHALENOR.-WALTER GRAY,
A Ballad, and other Poems. 20 Edition, including the Poetical Remains of Mary Chalenor. Fcp. 8vo. 6s. cloth.
As the simple and spontaneous effusions of a mind apparently filled with feelings which render the fireside happy and untinctured with affectation or verbiage, they may with benefit be received into the happy homes of England,
and offered as a gift to the youthful of both sexes."-CHAMBERS's EDINBURGH JOCRNAL. CLAVERS.-FOREST LIFE.
By MARY CLAVERS, an Actual Settler; Author of "A New Home, Who 'll Follow ?" 2 vols.
fcp. 8vo. 12s. cloth. COLLEGIAN'S GUIDE (THE)
Or, Recollections of College Days, setting forth the Advantages and Temptations of a University Education. By **** ******, M.A. - College, Oxford. Post 8vo. 108. 6d. cloth.
" The book is one of which we may truly say it is merry and wine happy combination of the amusing and instructive. Many of its views and stories of college life are as entertaining as they are evidently representations of facts: and whilst parents, guardians, and teachers, may refer to these pages with advantage to their sons, wards. and pupils, so may the latter learn much that is good for them to know, and which few could instil Bo etlectually into the college youth as the author of this agreeable and useful Guide."-LITERARY GAZETTE.
COLTON.-LACON; OR, MANY THINGS IN FEW WORDS.
By the Rev. C. C. Colton. New Edition. 8vo. 12s. cloth. COOLEY.—THE WORLD SURVEYED IN THE NINETEENTH
CENTURY; or, Recent Narratives of Scientific and Exploring Expeditions (chiefly undertaken by command of Foreign Governments). Collected, translated, and, where necessary, abridged. by W. D. COOLEY, Esq. Author of the “History of Maritime and Inland Discovery in the Cabinet Cyclopædia, &c.
The First Volume of the Series contains THE ASCENT of MOUNT ARARAT. By Dr. FRIEDRICH PARROT, Professor
of Natural Philosophy in the University of Dorpat, Russian Imperial Councillor of
State, &c. 8vo. with a Map by Arrowsmith, and Woodcuts, 14s. cloth. ** Each volume will form, for the most part, a Work complete in itself, and the whole Series
will present an accurate and luminous Picture of all the known portions of the Earth.
The Second Work of the Series will be
(In the press. *** On this traveller, the President of the Royal Geographical Society, in his Anniversary Address last year, bestowed the following encomium :-"If we regard M. Adolph Erman as an astronomical geographer and explorer of distant lands, we must all admit that he stands in the very highest rank.” And in his Address delivered in May last, tbe President again made honourable mention of this traveller in the following terms:-“In announcing to you with pleasure that the excellent work of your distinguished foreign member and medallist, Adolph Erman, is about to appear in English, I must not lose the opportunity of stating, that the last communication sent to us by M. Erman is one of very great importance."
“ The plan of this work we have before taken occasion to commend. It has, indeed, two great and obvious advantages. In the first place, the narrative style must always be more interesting than the merely descriptive ; and, in the next, the express subject of any particular volume must receive more justice than it could hope for in any treatise of general geography. In both respects it must form an admirable companion to such general treatises, which it is by no means intended to supersede, but to amplify, explain, and illustrate. To such works, therefore, as Malte-Brun improved by succeeding editors), the addition of this companion cannot fail to constitute a complete
body of geography, so far as regards the countries and objects to be surveyed.' "-ATREN ÆUM. COOLEY.-THE HISTORY OF MARITIME AND INLAND
DISCOVERY. By W. D. Cooley, Esq. 3 vols. fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, 188. cloth.
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CONVERSATIONS ON BOTANY.
9th Edition, improved. Fcp. 8vo. 22 Plates, 7s.6d. cloth; with the plates coloured, 12s. cloth. CONVERSATIONS ON MINERALOGY.
With Plates, engraved by Mr. and Mrs. Lowry, from Original Drawings. 3d Edition, en
larged. 2 vols. 12mo. 148. cloth. COOPER (REV. E.)-SERMONS,
Chiefly designed to elucidate some of the leading Doctrines of the Gospel. To which is added, an Appendix, containing Sermons preached on several Public Occasions, and printed by desire. By the Rev. Edward Cooper, Rector of Hamstall-Ridware, and of Yoxall, in the County of Stafford; and late Fellow of All-Souls' College, Oxford. 7th Edition. 2 vols.
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*** To be completed in One more Volume. COSTELLO (MISS).—THE ROSE GARDEN OF PERSIA.
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In October. COSTELLO (MISS).-FALLS, LAKES, AND MOUNTAINS OF
NORTH WALES; being a Pictorial Tour through the most interesting parts of the Country.
E. Gilks. Square 8vo. with Map, 148. cloth, glit edges.
Fifth Edition, corrected throughout, and considerably improved and modernized, by T. G.
... The work throughout is entirely revised, and much new matter has been added ; there are new chapters, containing very full and minute Directions relating to the modern Practice of Surveying, both with and without the aid of angular instruments. The method of Plotting Estates, and Casting or Computing their Areas, are described, &c.
&c. The chapter on Levelling also is new. CROWE.—THE HISTORY OF FRANCE,
From the Earliest Period to the Abdication of Napoleon. By E. E. CROWE, Esq. 3 vols. fcp.
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By F. C. DAHLMANN, late Professor of History at the University of Göttingen. Translated from the German, by H. Evans LLOYD. 8vo, 10s. 6d. cloth.
" Professor Dahlmann's book is, in short, a rapid sketch of the whole of what we call the Modern History of Eng. land, from its start at the Coronation of Henry the Seventh, to its intermediate settlement at the Coronation of William the Third. We have no English summary of the history it relates, no brief, compendious, and impartial M. Dahlmann is a very earnest as well as intelligent writer; and the steady advance of the popular principle in Eng. land. through an almost uninterrupted march of two centuries, 18 startlingly reflected in his clear and transparent
relation. Mr. Lloyd's translation is very well executed."-EXAMINER. DAVY (SIR HUMPHRY).-ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL
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By the MARQUIS DE CUSTINE. Translated from the French. 2d Edition. 3 vols, post 8vo. 31s. 6d, cloth.
"A work which those who are desirous to know Russia as it really is, and not as it would fain impose itself on the world to be, would do well to consult. We promise our readers equal surprise and pleasure from the perusal of Mons. De Custine's very clever volumes."-GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.
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DE LA BECHE.-REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF CORN
WALL, DEVON, and WEST SOMERSET. By HENRY T. DE LA Beche, F.R.S. &c., Director of the Ordnance Geological Survey. Published by Order of the Lords Commissioners
of H.M. Treasury. 8vo. with Maps, Woodcuts, and 12 large Pates, 148. cloth. DE MORGAN.-AN ESSAY ON PROBABILITIES,
And on their Application to Life Contingencies and Insurance Offices, By AUG. DE MORGAN, of Tripity College, Cambridge. Fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Title, 6s. cloth.
DE STRZELECKI (P. E.)-THE PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
of NEW SOUTH WALES and VAN DIEMAN'S LAND; accompanied by a Geological Map Sections, and Diagrams, and Figures of the Organic Remains. By P. E. DE STRZELECKI. 8vo, with coloured Map and numerous Plates, 24s. cloth.
An excellent scientific book: the subject thoroughly digested, the style always clear, the information full, and presented with skill and scholarly art. M. De Strzelecki has passed twelve years in voyaging and explorin round the globe, and, out of these, five of continual labour, 'during a tour of 7.000 miles on foot,' were devoted to Tasınınía. It seems needless to add to this, that we have hitherto had no description of the country comparate to his for care and authenticity. Its scientific plan is judiciously preserved throughout the work; but we have, no and then, at the foot of the page, very interesting notes of personal observation or adventure, extracted from M. De Strzelecki's private journal."-EXAMINER,
« An excellent sciend scholarly art. Manual labour, during had no deseription of thek but we
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* Admirably as the mystery of the Doctor' has been preserved up to the present moment, there is no longer any reason for atfecting secresy on the subject. The author is Robert Southey: he acknowledged the fact shortly before his last illness to his most confidential friend, an M.P. of high character. In a private letter from Mrs. Southry, dated February 27, 143, she not only states the fact, but adds that the greater part of a sixth volume had gose through the press, and that Southey looked forward to the pleasure of drawing her into it as a contributor, giving her full authority to affirm that her husband is the author."-ROBERT BELL, Esq. in THE STORY TELLER.
DODDRIDGE.-THE FAMILY EXPOSITOR;
Or. a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament: with Critical Notes, and a Practical Improvement of each Section. By P. DODDRIDGE, D.D. To which is prefixed, a Life of the Author, by A. Kippis, D.D.F.R.S. and S.A. New Edition, 4 vols. Svo. £1. 16s. cloth.
DONOVAN.-TREATISE ON CHEMISTRY.
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DONOVAN.-A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
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DOUBLEDAY'S BUTTERFLIES.—THE GENERA OF DIUR
NAL LEPIDOPTERA; comprising their Generic Characters- & Notice of ti'e Habits and Transformations-and a Catalogue of the Species of each Genus. By EDWARD DOUBLEDAY, Esq. F.L.S. &c., Assistant in the Zoological Departurent of the British Museum. Imperial tto. uniform with Gray and Mitchell's Ornithology; Illustrated with 75 Coloured Plates.
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DOVER.-LIFE OF FREDERICK II. KING OF PRUSSIA.
By LORD DOVER. 2d Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. with Portrait, 28s. boards.
DRUMMOND.-FIRST STEPS TO BOTANY,
Intended as popular Illustrations of the Science, leading to its study as a branch of general education. By J. L. DRUMMOND, M.D. 4th Edit. 12mo. with numerous Woodcuts, gs. bds.
DUNHAM.-THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANIC EMPIRE.
By Dr. DUNHAM, 3 vols. fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, 18s. cloth. THE HISTORY OF EUROPE DURING THE TAE HISTORY OF POLAND. By Dr. MIDDLE AGES. By Dr. Dunham. 4 vols. Dunham. Fcp. Svo. with Vignette Title,
fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, £1. 4s. cloth. 6s. cloth. THE HISTORY OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
TuE LIVES OF THE EARLY WRITERS
OF GREAT BRITAIN. By Dr. Dunham, By Dr. Dunham. 5 vols. fcp. 8vo. with
R. Bell, Esq. &c. Fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Vignette Titles, £1. 10s. cloth.
Title, 6s. cloth. THE HISTORY OF SWEDEN, DENMARK, The Lives of BRITISH DRAMATISTS. AND NORWAY. By Dr. Dunham. 3 vols. By Dr. Dunham, R. Bell, Esq. &c. 2 vols. fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, 18s, cloth.
fcp. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, 12s. cloth.
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DUNLOP (JOHN).—THE HISTORY OF FICTION:
Being a Critical Account of the most celebrated Prose Works of Fiction, from the earliest Greek Romances to the Novels of the Present Age. By John DUNLOP, Esq. 3d Edition, complete in one volume. Medium 8vo. 155. cloth.
“A very valuable book of reference for general readers, containing a large mass of popular information on the romantic writers of ancient and modern times."-LITERARY GAZETTE.
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ENGLISHMAN'S GREEK CONCORDANCE OF THE NEW
TESTAMENT: being an Attempt at a Verbal Connexion between the Greek and the English Texts : including a Concordance to the Proper Names, with Indexes, Greek-English and English-Greek. 2d Edition, carefully revised, with a new Index, Greek and English. Royal 8vo. 2. 2s. cloth.
ENGLISHMAN'S HEBREW AND CHALDEE CONCORDANCE
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FORSTER (REV. C.)—THE LIFE OF JOHN JEBB, D.D.F.R.S.,
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« A book the influences of which cannot fail to be salutary. Practice without profession, brought to bear apod the vicissitudes of every day life, the power or forbearance and gentleness, and of sacrifice which is to find in itself its recompense,--such are the themes here set forth in an agreeable style and an interesting story. Clear and discriminating glimpses of character, and the absence of bitterness and offence, constitute the great charm of this elegant
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