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Baxter (R. Dudley, M.A.) (continued)-
Part I.-Classification of the Population, Upper, Middle, and Labour
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Bernard.--FOUR LECTURES ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED
WITH DIPLOMACY. By MOUNTAGUE BERNARD, M.A.,
Four Lectures, dealing with (1) The Congress of Westphaliu; (2) Systems of Policy ; (3) Diplomacy, Past and Present; (4) The Obligations of Treaties.
Blake.-THE LIFE OF WILLIAM BLAKE, THE ARTIST.
By ALEXANDER GILCHRIST. With numerous Illustrations from
Job." Two vols. medium 8vo. 325.
Edited by Professor THOROLD ROGERS. Two Vols. 8v0. 255. Second
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Bryce.—THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. By JAMES BRYCE, B.C.L., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
CAMBRIDGE CHARACTERISTICS. See MullingER.
CHATTERTON: A Biographical Study. BY DANIEL WILSON,
LL.D., Professor of History and English in University College,
The Author here regards Chatterton as a Poet, not as a mere resetter and deficer of stolen literary treasures." Reviewed in this light, he has found much in the old materials capable of being turned to new account ; and to these materials risiurch in ilarious directions has enabled him to make some additions,
Clay.- THE PRISON CHAPLAIN. A Memoir of the Rev. Join
CLAY, B.D., late Chaplain of the Preston Gaol With Selections from his Reports and Correspondence, and a Sketch of Prison Discipline in England. By his Son, the Rev. W. L. Clay, M.A.
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Cooper.- ATHENÆ CANTABRIGIENSES. By CHARLES
HENRY COOPER, F.S.A., and THOMPSON Cooper, F.S.A.
This elaborate work, which is dedicated by permission to Lord Macaulay, contains lives of the eminent men sent forth by Cambridge, after the fashion of Anthony à Wood, in his famous “ Athenæ Oxonienses."
Dilke.-GREATER BRITAIN. A Record of Travel in English:
speaking Countries during 1866-7. (America, Australia, India.) By Sir CHARLES WENTWORTI DILKE, M.P. Fourth and Cheap Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
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Dürer (Albrecht).-HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF AL
BRECHT DÜRER, of Nurnberg. With a Translation of liis
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EARLY EGYPTIAX HISTORY FOR THE YOL'SC.
Elliott.-LIFE OF HENRY VENN ELLIOTT, of Brighton.
By Josiah BATEMAN, M.A., Author of “Life of Daniel Wilson,
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Forbes.-LIFE OF PROFESSOR EDWARD FORBES,
F.R.S. By GEORGE Wilson, M.D., F.R.S.E., and ARCHIBALD
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Freeman.- HISTORY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT,
from the Foundation of the Achaian League to the Disruption of the United States. By EDWARD A. FREEMAN, M.A. Vol. I. General Introduction. History of the Greek Federations. Svo.
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