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PUBLISHED THIS DAY BY MR. MURRAY,
ALBEMARLE STREET, JANUARY 1, 1839.
THE STATE IN ITS RELATIONS with THE CHURCH.
By W. E. GLADSTONE, Esq.,
STUDENT OF CHRIST CHURCH, AND M.P. FOR NEWARK.
8vo., 9s, 6d.
Captain T. HENRY PRINGLE,
Vol. II. 8vo., 18s.
To Be COMPLETED in Four VOLUMES. There is hardly any man in modern times, with the exception perhaps of Lord Somers, who fills 60 large a space in our history, and of whom we know so little, as Lord Chatham ; and yet he is the person to whom every one would at once point, if desired to name the greatest statesman and orator that this country ever produced.
“We regard this work, indeed, as one of the greatest value; and hold the editors to have formed a wise resolution, both as to their own duty, and the best service they could render at once to the memory of their illustrious aucestor, and to the public interests, by determining to keep back no part of the precious documents intrusted to their care."-Edinburgh Review, July, 1838.
THE ART OF DEER-STALKING; Illustrated by a Narrative of a few Days' Sport in the Forest of Atholl, with some Account of the Nature and Habits of the Deer, and a short Description of the Scotch Forests, their Legends and Superstitions, Stories of Freebooters, Poachers, &c. &c.
By WILLIAM SCROPE, Esq., F.L.S.
Cuas. LANDSEER, R.A. Royal 8vo., 21. 2s.
MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF GEORGE LORD ANSON,
THE CIRCUMNAVIGATOR OF THE GLOBE,
BY SIR JOHN BARROW, Bart., F.R.S.
Portrait. 8vo., 12s.
FRANCIA'S REIGN OF TERROR;
Post 8vo., 10s. 6d.
LETTERS ON PARAGUAY;
AN ACCOUNT OF A FOUR YEARS' RESIDENCE IN THAT REPUBLIC,
Under the Government of the DICTATOR FRANCIA.
A New Edition, 2 vols. Post 8vo., 21s.
TRAVELS IN THE HIMALAYAN PROVINCES OF
HINDOSTAN AND THE PANJAB,
Prepared for the Press from Original Journals and Correspondence.
Professor of Sanscrit in the University of Oxford.
2 vols. 8vo. Neurly ready.
ELEMENTS OF THE PATHOLOGY OF THE
PELLOW OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS; AND LATE YELLOW OF ORIEI. COLLEGE,
Fcap. 8vo., 5s.6d.
LR KORAY'S LIST OF 300KS
ESSAYS ON TIIE MOST IMPORTANT DISEASES
By ROBERT FERGUSON, M.D., Physician to the General Lying-in Hospital; Lecturer on the Diseases of Women and Children, and Obstetric Medicine, King's College, London; Fellow of the
Royal College of Physicians.
Post 8vo., 9s. 6d.
HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE
An entirely New Edition.
Edited, with Notes, by the Rev. H. H. MILMAN. Vol. X. illustrated with Historical Maps; to be completed in Twelve Volumes 8vo.
DISPATCHES AND CORRESPONDENCE OF HIS GRACE
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
The XII. and CONCLUDING VOLUME. CONTAINING THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE CONVENTION OF Paris.
HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
THE PROGRESS AND PRESENT POSITION OF
RUSSIA IN THE EAST.
A New Edition. Map. 8vo., Is. 6d.
THE OBJECT AND EFFECT OF THE OATH IN THE
ROMAN CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL CONSIDERED:
Observations upon the Doctrine of certain Irish Authorities with respect to Tithes; and on the Policy of a Concordat with the See of Rome.
With an Appendix. By the Rt. Hon. SIR ROBERT WILMOT HORTON, BT., G.C.H.
MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF BOOKS
IN THE PRESS.
HISTORY OF THE POPES OF ROME,
THEIR CHURCH AND STATE,
3 Vols. 8vo.
THE 15TH, 16711, and 1711 CENTURIES.
BY HENRY IIALLAM, Esq.
THE AGAMEMNON OF ÆSCHYLUS.
lological; designed for the use of Students in the Universities. By The Rev. TIIOMAS WILLIAMSON PEILE, M.A., Senior Fellow and Tutor in the University of Durham, &c., formerly Fellow of
Trinity College, Cambridge.
GOETHE'S THEORY OF COLOURS.
Translated from the German.
8vo. " It is not the Trauslator's intention, nor does he pretend to be competent to defend this theory in all its bearings. He is aware that men of science in our own country and in Germany have objected to certain conclusions in it. These, however, cannot invalidate the truth of the experiments; and, as he has never met with an artist acquainted with ihe work who did not admit its great utility, he conceived thai he might do some service to his profession by translating it.”