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XI

JOURNALS KEPT IN FRANCE AND ITALY, FROM 1848

TO 1852. With a Sketch of the Revolution of 1848. By the late
Nassau WILLIAM SENIOR. Edited by his Daughter, M. C. M. SIMPSON.

In 2 vols. post 8vo. 24s. • The present volume gives us conversations with some of the most prominent men in the political history of France and Italy : ... as well as with others whose names are not so familiar or are hidden under initials. Mr. Senior has the art of inspiring all men with frankness, and of persuading them to put themselves unreservedly in his hands without fear of private circulation.”Atheneum. * The book has a genuine historical value.'— Saturday Review.

No better, more honest, and more readable view of the state of political society during the existence of the second Republic could well be looked for.'Examiner.

Of the value of these volumes as an additional chapter in the history of France at the period when the Republic passed into the Empire, it is impossible to speak too highly.'--Public Opinion.

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THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. Dedicated, by special per

mission, to LORD ST. LEONARDS. Large crown 8vo. 58. • A pleasantly written volume, of a very suggestive character.'— Standard.

Some shrewd observations, illustrated by references to a number of remarkable instances of long life.'--Public Opinion.

A very pleasant little book, which is always, whether it deal in paradox or earnest, cheerful, genial, scholarly.'- Spectator.

• The bold and striking character of the whole conception is entitled to the warmest admiration.'—Pall Mall Gazette.

“We should recommend our readers to get this book ... because they will be amused by the jovial miscellaneous and cultured gossip with which he strews his pages.'—British Quarterly Review.

XIII

JEAN JAROUSSEAU, THE PASTOR OF THE DESERT.

From the French of EUGÈNE PELLETAN. Translated by Colonel E. P. DE L'HOSTE. In fcp. 8vo. with an Engraved Frontispiece, price 5s. • There is a poetical simplicity and picturesqueness ; the noblest heroism ; unpretentious religion ; pure love, and the spectacle of a household brought up in the fear of the Lord. The whole story has an air of quaint antiquity similar to that which invests with a charm more easily felt than described the site of some splendid ruin.'-Illustrated London News.

• This charming specimen of Eugène Pelletan’s tender grace, humour, and hightoned morality.'-Notes and Queries.

• A touching record of the struggles in the cause of religious liberty of a real man.'— Graphic.

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THE SUBSTANTIVE SENIORITY ARMY LIST. First

Issue. Majors and Captains. Containing the Names of all Substantive Majors and Captains serving upon Full-pay or Retired upon Half-pay, arranged according to their Seniority in the Service, and in such order as immediately to exhibit the standing of every such Major or Captain for Promotion in his own Arm of the Service, whether Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, Infantry, or Marines, specifying their particular Corps, and distinguishing those holding higher Brevet-rank, By Captain F. B. P. WHITE, 1st W. I. Regiment. 8vo. sewed, 2s.6d.

65 Cornhill, London.

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DISCIPLINE AND DRILL. Four Lectures delivered to the

London Scottish Rifle Volunteers. By Captain S. Flood PAGE, Adjutant of the Regiment, late 105th Light Infantry, and Adjutant of the Edinburgh Rifle Brigade. Just published. A Cheaper Edition, price 1s. One of the best-known and coolest-headed of the metropolitan regiments, whose adjutant, moreover, has lately published an_admirable collection of lectures addressed by him to the men of his corps.'-— Times.

'Capt. Page has something to say and in every case it is said moderately, tersely, and well.'—

Daily Telegraph. • The very useful and interesting work. Every Volunteer, officer or private, will be the better for perusing and digesting the plain-spoken truths which Captain Page so firmly, and yet so modestly, puts before them; and we trust that the little book in which they are contained will find its way into all parts of Great Britain.'— Volunteer Service Gazette.

• The matter. is eminently practical, and the style intelligible and unostentatious.'— Glasgow Volunteer News.

XVI

CATHOLICISM AND THE VATICAN. With a Narrative of

the Old Catholic Congress at Munich. By J. LOWRY WHITTLE, A.M., Trin. Coll., Dublin. Crown 8vo. 48. 6d.

[Just out. • We cannot follow the author through his graphic and lucid sketch of the Catholic movement in Germany and of the Munich Congress, at which he was present; but we may cordially recommend his book to all who wish to follow the course of the movement.'— Saturday Review.

• A valuable and philosophic contribution to the solution of one of the greatest questions of this stirring age.'- Church Times.

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NAZARETH: ITS LIFE AND LESSONS. In small 8vo.

cloth, 5s. By the Author of The Divine Kingdom on Earth as it is in Heaven.'

[Just out. In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.' • A singularly reverent and beautiful book; the style in which it is written is not less chaste and attractive than its subject.'-Daily Telegraph.

• We would earnestly commend it for attentive perusal to those who are proposing to undertake, or have just entered upon, the sacred ministry in our church.'-Morning Post.

Perhaps one of the most remarkable books recently issued in the whole range of English theology. Original in design, calm and appreciative in language, noble and elevated in style, this book, we venture to think, will live.'—Churchman's Magazine.

XVIII THE DIVINE KINGDOM ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN. In demy 8vo. bound in cloth, price 10s. 6d.

• Our COMMONWEALTH is in Heaven.'

[Now ready. • It is but seldom that in the course of our critical duties we have to deal with a volume of any size or pretension so entirely valuable and satisfactory as this. There is not a living divine to whom the authorship would not be a credit. ... It is a remarkable book, and indicates a great deal of vigour in the mind that conceived it. Not the least of its beauties is the perfect simplicity and clearness conjoined with a certain massive beauty of style.'-Literary Churchman.

• We cordially recognise the high purpose and devout spirit which characterise this work. It is both thoughtful and eloquent.'—British Quarterly Review.

65 Cornhill, London.

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POETRY.

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SONGS OF LIFE AND DEATH. By JOHN PAYNE, Author of • Intaglios,' • Sonnets,” “The Masque of Shadows,

' &c. Crown 8vo.

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THE LEGENDS OF ST. PATRICK, AND OTHER POEMS. By AUBREY DE VERE. Crown 8vo.

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EROS AGONISTES. By E. B. D.

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SONGS OF TWO WORLDS. By a New WRITER. Fcp. 8vo.

cloth, 5s. • The volume is marked both by lyrical feeling and lyrical art ... it is poetic both in substance and form.'—Daily News.

• There is genuine beauty in his work-bright pure thoughts and tender fancies.' - Scotsman.

. So free and unaffected that we cannot but believe that the “new writer " must be a very old student, and a long-practised manipulator in the mechanics of verse.'- Manchester Examiner.

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THE INN OF STRANGE MEETINGS, AND OTHER

POEMS. By MORTIMER COLLINS. Crown 8vo. 58. •Mr. Collins has an undercurrent of chivalry and romance beneath the trifling vein of good-humoured banter which is the special characteristic of his verse.

The " Inn of Strange Meetings" is a sprightly piece.'— Atheneum. Abounding in quiet humour, in bright fancy, in sweetness and melody of expression, and, at times, in the tenderest touches of pathos.'— Graphic.

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ASPROMONTE, AND OTHER POEMS. Second Edition,

cloth, 4s. 6d. • The volume is anonymous ; but there is no reason for the author to be ashamed of it. The “ Poems of Italy” are evidently inspired by genuine enthusiasm in the cause espoused ; and one of them, “ The Execution of Felice Orsini,” has much poetic merit, the event celebrated being told with dramatic force.'-Athenæum.

• The verse is fluent and free.'— Spectator.

VII

THE DREAM AND THE DEED, AND OTHER POEMS.

By PATRICK Scott, Author of 'Footpaths between Two Worlds' &c.

Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 5s. A bitter and able satire on the vices and foliies of the day, literary, social, and political.?-Standard.

Shows real poetic power coupled with evidences of satirical energy.'-Edinburgh Daily Review.

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LIFE AND WORKS OF

THE REV. FRED. W. ROBERTSON.

NEW AND CHEAPER EDITIONS.

LIFE AND LETTERS OF THE LATE REV. FRED. W.

ROBERTSON, M.A. Edited by STOPFORD BROOKE, M.A., Hon. Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. Library Edition, in demy 8vo. with Steel Portrait. 123.

A Popular Edition, in one volume, is now ready, price 68.

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EXPOSITORY LECTURES ON ST. PAUL'S EPISTLE TO

THE CORINTHIANS. Small crown 8vo. 58.

LECTURES AND ADDRESSES ON LITERARY AND

SOCIAL TOPICS. Small crown 8vo. 38. 6d.

AN ANALYSIS OF MR. TENNYSON'S IN MEMORIAM.'

(Dedicated by permission to the Poet-Laureate.) Fep. 8vo. 28.

THE EDUCATION OF THE HUMAN RACE. Translated

from the German of GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM LESSING. Fcp. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

A LECTURE ON FRED. W. ROBERTSON, M.A. By the

Rev. F. A. NOBLE, delivered before the Young Men's Christian
Association of Pittsburgh, U.S. 1s. 6d.

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THE LIFE AND WORK OF FREDERICK DENISON

MAURICE. A Memorial Sermon. Crown 8vo. sewed. ls.

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CHRIST IN MODERN LIFE. Sermons preached in St.

James's Chapel, York Street, London. Second Edition. Crown 8vo.

7s.6d. Nobly fearless and singularly strong carries our admiration throughout.'—British Quarterly Review.

• Earnest, thoughtful discourses on some of the deepest religious questions of the day.'- New York Times.

III

FREEDOM IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Second

Edition. Six Sermons suggested by the Vosey Judgment. In One

Volume. Crown 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. Every one should read them. No one can be insensible to the charm of his style, or the clear logical manner in which he treats his subject.'— Churchman's Monthly.

“We have to thank Mr. Brooke for a very clear and courageous exposition of theological views, with which we are for the most part in full sympathy.'Spectator.

. Interesting and readable, and characterised by great clearness of thought frankness of statement, and moderation of tone.'-Church Opinion.

• A very fair statement of the views in respect to freedom of thought held by the liberal party in the Church of England.'— Blackwood's Magazine.

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SERMONS PREACHED IN ST. JAMES'S CHAPEL, YORK

STREET, LONDON. Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.

No one who reads these sermons will wonder that Mr. Brooke is a great power in London, that his chapel is thronged, and his followers large and enthusis stic. They are fiery, energetic, impetuous sermons, rich with the treasures of a cultivated imagination.'- Guardian.

“Mr. Brooke's sermons are shrewd and clever, and always readable. He is petter off than many preachers, for he has something to say, and says it.'Churchman's Magazine.

• A fine specimen of the best preaching of the Episcopal pulpit.'—British Quarterly.

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