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Baxter (R. Dudley, M.A.) (continued)-
NATIONAL INCOME. With Coloured Diagrams. 8vo. 35. 6d.

Part I.-Classification of the Population, Upper, Middle, and Labour
Classes. II.-Income of the United Kingdom.

A painstaking and certainly most interesting inquiry." —PALL MALL GAZETTE.

Bernard.--FOUR LECTURES ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED

WITH DIPLOMACY. By MOUNTAGUE BERNARD, M.A.,
Chichele Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, Oxford.

8vo. gs.

Four Lectures, dealing with (1) The Congress of Westphaliu; (2) Systems of Policy ; (3) Diplomacy, Past and Present; (4) The Obligations of Treaties.

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Blake.-THE LIFE OF WILLIAM BLAKE, THE ARTIST.

By ALEXANDER GILCHRIST. With numerous Illustrations from
Blake's designs, and Fac-similes of his studies of the “ Book of

Job." Two vols. medium 8vo. 325.
These volumes contain a Liji of blake; Sclections from his Il’ritings,
including Poems; Letters; Annotated Catalogue of Pictures and Drawings;
List, with ocasional notes, of Blake's Engrazings and Intings. There
are appended Engraved Designs by Blake: (1) The Book of you, turinty.
one photo-lithographs from the originals; (2) Songs of Innocence and
Experience, sixteen of the original Platis.
Bright (John, M.P.).-SPEECHES ON QUESTIONS OF
PUBLIC POLICY. Ly Joix BRIGHT, M. P.

Edited by Professor THOROLD ROGERS. Two Vols. 8v0. 255. Second

Edition, with Portrait. “I have di ided the Speeches contained in these volume: into groups. The materials for selection are so abundant, that I haze bien constrained to omil many : speech which is uirthy of careful peru al. I hate

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naturally given prominence to those subjects with which Mr. Bright has been especially identified, as, for example, India, America, Ireland, and Parliamentary Reform. But nearly every topic of great public interest on which Mr. Bright has spoken is represented in these volumes.

EDITOR'S PREFACE.

AUTHOR'S POPULAR EDITION. Extra fcap. 8vo. cloth. Second

Edition. 35. 6d.

Bryce.—THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. By JAMES BRYCE, B.C.L., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.

(Reprinting.

CAMBRIDGE CHARACTERISTICS. See MullingER.

CHATTERTON: A Biographical Study. BY DANIEL WILSON,

LL.D., Professor of History and English in University College,
Toronto. Crown Svo. 6s. 6ut.

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.

Svo. 155.

For books hare affirid of late paars better intitled to an attentire perusal. Il presents a complete narrative of all that has been done and attemptu by carions philanthropists for theamclioration of the condition and the imprincement of the morals of the criminal classes in the British dominios."--LONDON RENEW,

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Cooper.- ATHENÆ CANTABRIGIENSES. By CHARLES

HENRY COOPER, F.S.A., and THOMPSON Cooper, F.S.A.
Vol. I. 8vo., 1500-85, 18s. Vol. II., 1586—1609, 18s.

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.

Mr. Dilke has written a book which is probably as well worth reading as any book of the same aims and character that aer as written. Its merits are that it is written in a lively and agreable style, that it implies a great dail of physical pluck, that no page of it fails to show an acute and highly intelligent obserier, that it stimulates the imagination as well as th: judgment of the reader, and that it is on forhan's the most interesting suljat that can attract an Englishman who cares about his country'."

SATURDAY REVIEW.

Dürer (Albrecht).-HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF AL

BRECHT DÜRER, of Nurnberg. With a Translation of liis
Letters and Journal, and some account of his works.

Dy Mis
CHARLES Heaton. Royal 8vo. Develled boards, extra gilt. 31. tu.

This work contains about Thirty Illustratwns, list of which ari Arabia tions by the Autotype (carbon) process, and are printed in permanent bulbs by Messrs. Cundall and Fleming, under license pom the cutotype con piny, Limited; the rest ari l'hotograpk and blood uts.

EARLY EGYPTIAX HISTORY FOR THE YOL'SC.

"JUVENILE SECTIOX.'

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Elliott.-LIFE OF HENRY VENN ELLIOTT, of Brighton.

By Josiah BATEMAN, M.A., Author of “Life of Daniel Wilson,
Bishop of Calcutta,” &c. With Portrait, engraved by JEENS.

Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d. Second Edition, with Appendix. A very charming piece of religious biography; no one can read it without both pleasure and profit.”—British QUARTERLY Review.

Forbes.-LIFE OF PROFESSOR EDWARD FORBES,

F.R.S. By GEORGE Wilson, M.D., F.R.S.E., and ARCHIBALD

Geikie, F.R.S. 8vo. with Portrait, 145. From the first page to the last the book claims careful reading, as being a full but not overcrowded rehearsal of a most instructive life, and the true picture of a mind that was rare in strength and beauty.”—EXAMINER.

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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The task Mr. Freeman has undertaken is one of great magnitude and importance. It is also a task of an almost entirely noel character. No other work prosessing to give the history of a political principle occurs to us, except the slight contributions to the history of representative government that is contained in a course of 11. Guiwt's lectures . The history of the development of a principle is at least as important as the history of a dynasty, or of a race.' -SATURDAY REVIEW.

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OLD ENGLISH HISTORY FOR CHILDREN. By EDWARD A.

FREEMAX, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. With

Five Coloured Maps. Extra fcap. 8vo., half-bound. 6s. Its object is to show that clear, accurali, and scientific views of history, or indeed of any subject, may be easily girl to children from the very first... I hurie, I hope, shown that it is ferjilly easy to teach children, from

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the very first, to distinguish true history alike from legend and from wilful
invention, and also to understand the nature of historical authorities, and
to weigh one statement against another. .... I have throughout striven to
connect the history of England with the general history of civilized Europe,
and I have especially tried to make the book serve as an incentive to a more
accurate study of historical geography."-PREFACE.
French (George Russell). --SHAKSPEAREANA
GENEALOGICA. 8vo. cloth extra, 155.

Uniform with the
“Cambridge Shakespeare."
Part 1.--Identification of the dramatis persona in the historical plays,
from hing John to King Henry VIII.; Notes on Characters in Macbeth
and Hamlet; Persons and Places belonging to Warwickshire alluded to.
Part II. - The Shakspoire and Arden families and their connexions, with
Tables of descent. The present is the first attempt to give a detailed dr.
scription, in consecutive order, of each of the dramatis personæ in Shak-
spare's immortal chronicle-histories, and some of the character: have been,
it is belicct, herein identified for the first time. A clue is furnished which,
followed up with ordinary diligence, may enable any one, with a taste for
the pursuit, to trace a distinguishai Shah parain worthy to his lineal
representatie in the present day.
Galileo.TIE PRIVATE LIFE OF GALILEO. Compiled

principally from his Correspondence and that of his eldest
daughter, Sister Maria Cele-te, Nun in the Franciscan Convent of

S. Matthew, in Arcetri. With Portrait. Crown Sv. 75. 64.
It has been the onderzour of the complir to place before the radior a
plain, ungarblat statement of facts; and as a means to this end, to allow
Galilo, his friends, and his judges to speak for themsetes as far as possible.

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Gladstone (Right. Hon. W.E., M.P.).- JUVENTUS

MUNDI. The Gods and Men of the Ileroic Age. Crown Svo. cloth extra. With Map

10r. 64. Second Edition. This new uvrk of Mr. Gladstre dails e pially with the historie clerient in Ilomer, expounding thit olement, and furnishing hy its ant a

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