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SMITH.-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF BOTANY.

By Sir J. E. SMITH. late President of the Linnean Society. 7th Edition, corrected: in which the object of Smith's “Grammar of Botany" is combined with that of the “ Introduction.” By Sir WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER, K.H., LL.D., &c. 8vo. with 36 Steel Plates, 16s. cloth;

with the Plates coloured, €2. 12s. 6d. cloth. SMITH (SYDNEY).-SERMONS PREACHED AT ST. PAUL'S,

The Foundling Hospital, and several Churches in London; together with others addressed to a Country Congregation. By the late Rev. SYDNEY SMITH, Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's

Cathedral. 8vo. 128. cloth. SMITH.-THE WORKS OF THE REV. SYDNEY SMITH. ad Edition, with Additions. 3 vols. 8vo. with Portrait, 36s.cloth.

This collection consists of the author's contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Peter Plymley's Letters on the Catholics, and other miscellaneous works. SOUTHEY’S (ROBERT) COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS;

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CURSE of KEHAMA.... Fcp. 8vo. 58. cloth. | RODERICK.. ........ Fcp. 8vo. 5s, cloth. SOUTHEY (ROBERT).-OLIVER NEWMAN:

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In the press. SOUTHEY (ROBERT).-SOUTHEY’S LIFE OF WESLEY.

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STEBBING.--THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION.

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STEAM ENGINE, BY THE ARTIZAN CLUB.

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