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The Life and Works of the Rev. Fred. W. Robertson

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65 CORNHILL:

May 1872.

LIST OF BOOKS

PUBLISHED BY

HENRY S. KING & Co.

FORTHCOMING WORKS.

I

EPT

SEPTIMIUS.

A Romance.

By NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE.
Author of The Scarlet Letter,' • Transformation,' &c.

One volume, crown 8vo. cluth extra, gilt, 98. A peculiar interest attaches to this work. It was the last thing the author ever wrote, and he may be said to have died as he finished it.

[Immediately.
II
A NEW WORK FOR CHILDREN.
THE LITTLE WONDER-HORN.

By JEAN INGELOW.
A Second Series of “Stories told to Child.'
15 Illustrations. Cloth, gilt edges, 38. 6d.

[Immediately.

III

MEMOIRS OF MRS. LETITIA BOOTHBY.

Written by herself in the year 1775. Edited by W. CLARK RUSSELL, Author of The Book of Authors' &c. Crown 8vo.

press.

[In the

STREAMS FROM HIDDEN SOURCES.
By B. MONTGOMERIE RANKING.
Crown 8vo.

[Shortly.
CONTENTS.
Cupid and Psyche.

Sir Urre of Hungary.
The Life of St. Eustace.

Isabella; or, The Pot of Basil.
Alexander and Lodowick.

The Marriage of Belphegor.

Fulgencius. •Out of all old lore I have chosen seven books as setting forth seven following stages of time, and from each of these have taken what seemed to me the best thing, so that any man may judge, and, if it please him, trace it to its source. Extract from Preface.

65 Cornhill, London.

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THE FORMS OF WATER IN RAIN AND RIVERS,

ICE AND GLACIERS.
With 32 Illustrations. By Professor J, TYNDALL, LL.D., F.R.S.
Being Vol. I. of The International Scientific Series.

[In the press. Prospectuses of the Series may be had of the publishers. For full announcement of the Series, see the end of this Catalogue,

VI

CHANGE OF AIR AND SCENE;
A Physician's Hints about Doctors, Patients, Hygiène, and Society;
With Notes of Excursions for Health in the Pyrenees, and amongst the
Watering-places of France (inland and seaward), Switzerland, Corsica, and

the Mediterranean.
From the French of Dr. ALPHONSE DONNÉ.

Large post 8vo.
Utility of Hygiène.—The Hygiène of the Four Seasons.—Exercise and
Travels for Health.-Mineral Waters.-Sea Baths.—Hydro-Therapeutics.-
Hygiène of the Lungs.-Hygiène of the Teeth -Hygiène of the stomach.-
Hygiène of the Eyes.-Hygiène of Nervous Women. --The Toilet and Dress.-
Notes on Fever.

[Shortly.

VII

THE HISTORY OF THE CREATION: Being a Series of Popular Scientific Lectures on the General Theory of Progression of Species ; with a Dissertation on the Theories of Darwin, Goethe, and Lamarck; more specially applying them to the Origin of Man, and to other fundamental questions of Natural Science connected therewith. By Professor ERNST HECKEL, of the University of Jena. With Woodcuts and Plates.

[Shortly.

VIII

CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY.

From the French of Professor Th. RIBOT. An Analysis of the views and opinions of the following Metaphysicians, as

expressed in their writings. James Mill.-A. Bain.—John Stuart Mill.—George H. Lewes.—Herbert Spencer.-Samuel Bailey.

Large post 8vo.

[In the press.

IX

PHYSIOLOGY FOR PRACTICAL USE.

By various eminent writers.
Edited by JAMES HINTON, with 50 Illustrations.

X

A TREATISE ON RELAPSING FEVER.

By R. T. LYONS,
Assistant-Surgeon, Bengal Army.

Small post 8vo.
65 Cornhill, London.

[In the press.

Books Published by Henry S. King @ Co.

X

MEMOIRS OF LEONORA CHRISTINA,

Daughter of Christian IV. of Denmark. Written during her imprisonment in the Blue Tower of the

Royal Palace at Copenhagen, 1663-1685.

Translated by F. E. BUNNÈTT
(Translator of Grimm's 'Life of Michael Angelo' fc.
With a beautiful Autotype Portrait of the Countess.
Medium 8vo.

[Immediately.

XII

LIVES OF ENGLISH POPULAR LEADERS.

No. 1. Stephen Langton.
By C. EDMUND MAURICE.
Crown 8vo.

[Shortly.

XIII.

BRAVE MEN'S FOOTSTEPS.
A Book of Example and Anecdote for Young People

By the Editor of 'Men who have Risen.'
With Illustrations. Crown 8vo.

[In the presso Josiah Wedgwood—the Man of Energy. Granville Sharp—the Negro's earliest Friend. Richard Cobden-the International Man. Dr. William Smith-the Father of English Geology. Andrew Reed—the Stay of the Hopeless. Michael Faraday - the Refined Philosopher. Thomas. Wright - the Prison Philanthropist. Joseph Paxton—the Gardener Architect. The Early Life of the late Prince Consort, &c., &c.

XIV

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ROBERT DUDLEY, EARL OF LEICESTER, THE FAMOUS FAVOURITE OF

QUEEN ELIZABETH.
From the Private Correspondence of the great Earl of Leicester.

By Thomas WRIGHT, M.A., F.S.A., &c. [Shortly.

XV

CABINET PORTRAITS.

Sketches of Statesmen.
By T. Wemyss REID.
One vol. crown 8vo.

[Shortly. Mr. Gladstone.—Mr. Disraeli.- The Earl of Derby.-Mr. Low.-Mr. Hardy -Mr. Bright.-Earl Granville.—Lord Cairns.-Marquis of Hartington.-Mr. Wilson-Patten.—The Earl of Carnarvon.—Earl Russell.—Lord John Manners.Mr. Cardwell.—Lord Hatherley.-Mr. Henley.—The Duke of Argyll.—Sir Stafford Northcote.-Earl Grey: The Marquis of Salisbury.—The

Duke of Richmond. — Lord Westbury: - Mr. Foster.—Mr. Newdegate.—Sir Roundell Palmer.- Lord Lytton.—The Late Earl of Derby.-Late Earl of Clarendon.

XVI

BOKHARA: ITS HISTORY AND CONQUEST.
By Professor ARMINIUS VAMBERY, of the University of Pesth.

Author of Travels in Central Asia'&c.
Two vols. demy 8vo.

[In the press. 65 Cornhill, London.

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Books Published by Henry S. King & Co.

XVII

THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION. By WALTER BAGEHOT. A New Edition, revised and corrected, with an Introductory Dissertation on recent changes and events. Crown 8vo. 78. 6d.

[Shortly. CONTENTS.—The Cabinet.—The Pre-requisites of Cabinet Government, and the peculiar Form which they have assumed in England.—The Monarchy:The Monarchy (continued).- The House of Lords.—The House of CommonsOn Changes of Ministry.—Its supposed Checks and Balances.—Its History, and the Effects of that History.-Conclusion.—Appendix.

XVIII

BRIEFS AND PAPERS.
Being Sketches of the Bar and the Press.
By Two Idle Apprentices.
Crown 8vo.

Shortly. Our Leading Columns.- Our Special Correspondent.--Our Own Reporter.In the Gallery.–Our Special Wire.- The Story of the Fogborough Englishman. - In the Temple. -Westminster Hall.-On Circuit.-Scissors and Paste.-A Rising Junior.—Country Sessions.-An Eminent Leader.-Lincoln's Inn.-At the Old Bailey.

XIX

SOLDIERING AND SCRIBBLING.
By ARCHIBALD FORBES, of the Daily News, Author of

‘My Experience of the War between France and Germany.'
A Penny a Day.—The Christmas Cattle Market.-Soldiers Wives.—The
Story of the Megæra.— In a Military Prison.-German War Prayers.- Flogged.
Sunday Afternoon at Guys.-Butcher Jack's Story.—Bummarees.-A Deserter's
Story - Lions and Lion-Tamers.—Our March on Brighton.-Catsmeat.-Army
Crimes and Punishments.—Whisky.-Furs.—Some Christmases.

XX

THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES.

By the Rev. H. R. Hawwis, M.A.,
Author of Music and Morals' &c.
Crown 8vo. 6s.

[Shortly. INTRODUCTORY.—I. The Liberal Clergy. GOD.-II. Conception. III. Experience. CHRISTIANITY.-IV. Character. V. History. THE BIBLE.-VI Essence. VII. Doctrine. THE ARTICLES.— VIII. The Trinity. Original Sin. IX. Predestination. The Church. LIFE.-X. Pleasure. XI. Sacrifice. WORSHIP.—XII. The Lord's Day. XIII. Preaching. CONCLUSION.—XIV. The Law of Progress.

XXI

SIX PRIVY COUNCIL JUDGMENTS—1850-1872. Annotated by W. G. BROOKE, M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Crown 8vo. 1. Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter.—2. Westerton v. Liddell.—3. Williams o. Bishop of Salisbury, and Wilson v. Fendal.—4. Martin v. Mackonochie.–5. Hibbert c. Purchas.—6. Sheppard v. Bennett.

[In the press.

XXII

HOME-WORDS FOR WANDERERS.
Sermons by Arthur S. THOMPSON, B.D.,
British Chaplain at St. Petersburg.

65 Cornhill, London.

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