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Kingsley (Canon).-ON THE ANCIEN REGIME as it
Existed on the Continent before the FRENCH REVOLUTION.
in the University of Cambridge. Crown 8vo. 6s. These three lectures discuss severally (1) Caste, (2) Centralization, (3) The Explosive Forces by which the Revolution was superinduced. The Preface deals at some length with certain political questions of the present day.
THE ROMAN AND THE TEUTON. A Series of Lectures
delivered before the University of Cambridge. By Rev. c KINGSLEY, M.A. Svo.
CONTENTS :- Inaugural Lecture; The Forest Children; The Dying Empire; The Human Deluge; The Gothic Cr'ilizer; Dietrich's End; The Nemesis of the Goths ; Paulus Diaconus ; The Clergy and the Ileathen : The Monka Cruizer ; The Lombard Laws; The l'opes and the Lombaris; The Strategy of Providence.
Kingsley (Henry, F.R.G.S.).-TALES OF OLD
TRAVEL. Re-narrated by HENRY KINGSLEY, F.R.G.S. With
Eight Illustrations by HIVARD. Crown 8vo. 6s. CONTENTS :- Marco Polo; The Shimureck of Pelsart; The llomiiful Ad'entures of Andrew battel; The Il'anderings of a Capuchin; Pitor Carder; The Preserration of the “Terra lina;" Spitzbergin; D'Erme non'ille's Acclimatization Adienture; The Old Slave Trade; Thiles Philips; The Sufferings of Robert Ezerard; John Fox; Aharo Nunca; The Foun dation of an Empire. Latham.- BLACK AND WHITE: A Journal of a Three Months'
Tour in the l'nited States. By HENRY LATHAM, M.A., Barrister. at Law. Svo.
in which Jr. Latham has written about our brethren in Amerua is commendable in high degree."-ATHENÆUM.
“ The spirit
Law.—THE ALPS OF HANNIBAL. By William John Law,
M.A., formerly Student of Christ Church, Oxford. Two vols.
Svo. “No one can read the work and not acquire a conviction that, in addition to a thorough grasp of a particular topic, its writer has at command a large store of reading and thought upon many cognate points of ancient history and geography.”—QUARTERLY REVIEW. Liverpool.—THE LIFE AND ADMINISTRATION OF
ROBERT BANKS, SECOND EARL OF LIVERPOUL, K.G.
Three vols. 8vo. 425. Since the time of Lorii Burleigh no one, except the second Pill, ever enjoyed so long a tinure of power ; with the same exception, no one e'er held office at so critical a time . Lord Liverpool is the very last minister who has bein able fully to carry out his cron political views; who has been so strong that in matters of general policy the Opposition could extort no concessions from which were 11t sanctioned by his own deliberate judgment. The present work is founded almost entirely on the correspondence left behind him by Lord Liverpool, and now in the possession of Colonel and Lady Catherine llarcurt.
“ Full of information and instruction."— FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW.
Maclear.- Se Section, "ECCLESIASTICAL History." Macmillan (Rev. Hugh).- HOLIDAYS ON HIGH
LANDS ; or, Rambles and Incidents in search of Alpine Plants. By the Rev. Huol MACMILLAS, Author of “ Bible Teachings in Nature," etc. Crown Svo, cloth. 6s. “ Botanical knowledge is blended with a love of nature, a pious enthusiasm, and a rich filiiity of diction not to be met with in any unrks of kindred character, if we except those of Hugh Miller."-DAILY TELEGRAM'II.
HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, & TRAVELS.
Macmillan (Rev. Hugh), (continued)
numerous Illustrations. Fcap. Svo. 55. “ Those who have derived pleasure and profit from the study of flowers and ferns-subjects, it is pleasing to find, now werywhere popular--ly descending lover into the arcana of the vegetable kingdom, will find a still more interesting and delightful field of research in the objects bronght under ravic in the following pages.”—PREFACE.
BIBLE TEACHINGS IN NATURE. Fourth Edition. Fcap Svo.
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Martin (Frederick).—THE STATESMAN'S YEAR-BOOK :
A Statistical and Historical Account of the States of the Civilised World. Manual for Politician and Merchants for the year 1870. By FREDERICK Martin. Seventh Annual Publication. Crown Svo, los. 6.1. The new issue has been entirely re-written, raised, and corrected, on the hasis official reports racired direct from the heads of the leading Governments of the Ilorld, in reply to litirs sent to them by the Editor.
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By I AKRIET MARUSHA. Third Edition, wiili New l’reface.
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Masson (Professor).—ESSAYS, BIOGRAPHICAL AND
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LIFE OF JOHN MILTON. Narrated in connexion with the
Political, Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of his Time. By
burgh. Vol. I. with Portraits. 8vo. 185. Vol. II. in the Press. It is intended to exhibit Milton's life in its connexions with all the more notable phenomena of the period of British history in which it was cast its state politics, its ecclesiastical variations, its literature and speculative thought. Commencing in 1608, the Life of Milton proceeds through the last sixteen years of the reign of James I., includes the whole of the reign of Charles I. ana the subsequent years of the Commonwealth and the Protectorale, and then, passing the Restoration, extends itself to 1674, or through fourteen years of the new state of things under Charles II. The first volume deals with the life of Milton as extending from 1608 to 1640, which was the period of his education and of his minor poems.
Morison.-THE LIFE AND TIMES OF SAINT BERNARD,
Abbot of Clairvaux. By JAMES COTTER MORISO.x, M.A. New
One of the best contributions in our literature towards a vivid, intelligent, and worthy knowledge of European interests and thoughts and feelings during the twelfth century. A delightful and instructive colume, and one of the best products of the modern historic spirit.”
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Morley (John).—EDMUND BURKE, a Historical Study. By
JOHN MORLEY, B.A. Oxon. Crown 8vo.
The style is terse and incisive, and brilliant with epigram and point. Il contains pithy aphoristic sentences which Burke himself would not have disowned. But these are not its best features: its sustained prices of raisoning, its wide sürep of observation and reflection, its devatal chical and social tone, stamp it as a work of high excellence, and as such we cordially recommend it to our readers."-SATURDAY REVIEW.
HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, E TRAVELS.
Mullinger.—CAMBRIDGE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE
SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. By J. B. Mullinger, B. A.
" It is a very entertaining and readable book."-SATURDAY Review.
“The chapters on the Cartesian Philosophy and the Cambridge Platonists are admirable.”—ATHENÆUM.
Palgrave.-HISTORY OF NORMANDY AND OF ENG
LAND. By Sir Francis PALGRAVE, Deputy Keeper of Her Majesty's Public Records. Completing the History to the Death of William Rufus. Four vols. 810. £4 45.
Volume I. General Rdations of Medical Europe The Carloringian Empire, The Danish Expeditions in the Gauls, And the Establishment of Rollo. Volume II. The Three First Dukes of Normandy; Rollo, Guillaume Longu:- Épe, and Richard Sans-Peur– The Curlo ingran line supplanted by the Capets. Volume III. Richard Suns-PeurRichard Le-Bon-Richard III. - Robert Le Diable-William the Con. queror. Volume IV. William Rufus-Accession of Henry Beauclerc.
Palgrave (W. G.).— A NARRATIVE OF A YEAR'S
JOURNEY THROUGIL CENTRAL AND EASTERN
"Considering the extent of our pracious ignorance, the amount of his achievements, and the importance of his contributions to our Á mercoledge, tee cannot say less ay him than muis once sard of a far greater dis. * erer. Mr. Palgrare has idee igaren a neur' world to Europe."--PALL MAIL. GAZETTL