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210 6 0 Houdin, Robert, Memoirs of. 2 vols.

21 0 3 6
Through Norway with a knapsack

120
Hunting Grounds, by the Old Shekarry
210 60 Trollope, A. The West Indies. 8vo.

15 0 Ivors, by Miss Sewell. ? vols. 12 0 30 Tronsán, J.M. Voyage to Japan

18 0

5 Jeaffreson, J. E. British Novelists. 9 vols.

21 0
Trust and Trial, by Mary Howitt

10 6
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120 5 0 Tupper, M. F. Stephan Langton. 2 vols.

210 8 6 Jerrold, Douglas, Life of 12 0 40 Tyndall, J. Glaciers of the Alps ...

14 0 7 0 Julian florue, hy F. W. Farrar 10 6 36 Ursula, by Miss Sewell. % vols....

12 0 3 0 Kavanagh, Julia. A Year in the Two Sicilies. 2 vols. 210 50 Uwins, Thomas, Life of. 2 vols....

18 0 Kage, J W. Christianity in India 16 0 70 Vaughan, Dr. Revolutions of Race in England

15 0 7 0 Kean, Charles, Theatrical Times of. 2 vols. 210 3 6 Walpole, Horace, Latest Journals of. 2 vols.

30) 0 Kelly, w. Life in Victoria in 1838. ? vols.

210

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10 6 5 0 King, Rev. 8. W. Italian Valleys of the Alps IS 0 60 Wilson, Sir R. The French Invasion of Russia

15 0 7 0 Kingsley, Charles, Miscellanies. 2 vols. 18 0 90 Wiseman, Dr. Recollections of the Popes

210 3 0 Kohl, J. G. Wanderings round Lake Superior 13 0 60 Wraxall, Lascelles. The Armies of Europe

10 6 Laird of Norlaw, The, by Mrs. Oliphant. 8 vols.

816 38
Year after Year, by the Author of Paul Ferrol

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14 0 6 0
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31 6 90 Lennox, Lord W. Picture of Sporting Life. ? vols. 210 So Yonge, C. D. Life of Wellington. 2 vols.

40 0 18 0 And many other Works of the Present Season, Lists of which may be obtained on application.

CHARLES EDWARD MUDIE, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON, CROSS STREET, MANCHESTER; and NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM, [JANUARY, 1861.]

6, Gate-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.

MESSRS. DAY AND SON,
LITHOGRAPHERS TO THE QUEEN,
Ilave the pleasure to submit the following List of splendid Books for the present Season.

PARADISE and the PERI. By Thomas MOORE. Illuminated and Illustrated by OWEN JONES and HENRI

WABREX. Price, gilt edges, cloth extra elegant, and bevelled boards, £2 2s.; or calf in relief, gilt edges, £9 128. 6d. KEBLE'S “MORNING HYMN.” Illuminatedsbwe BB sile Size, small. 4to, containing ten pages beautifully illami.

. bound, gilt edges. LOVED and LOST. By LOUISA ANNE MEREDITH. A gift-book for children, alike novel, instructive, interesting, and

elevating. Small 8vo, sixteen tinted Plates, and thirty Wood Engravings, elegantly bound in cloth, price 78. 64. A

embodying simple Scriptural lessons in verse. A beautiful gift-book for children, and at the same time presenting on every page a study for the practical illuminator. Elegantly bound, price 5s.

(ill be ready in January.

by a . Size, 4to. 96 Uluminated Pages, by W. R. TYMMS, Author of The Art of Iluminating, etc. Each page of the Work will be Muminated with Initial Letters and suitable Floral Devices: the style of the Illuminations ranging between the Fourteenth and Sixteenth centuries. The Work will be elegantly and appropriately bound. Price 21s.

[Will be ready in January.

THE BIRTHDAY GIFT ; or, Thirty and.One Texte Selected from the Old and New Testaments. By Miss S. Hugues.

10s. 60

THE FOLLOWING WORKS HAVE BEEN BUT LATELY PUBLISHED.

from the by British Museum, South Kensington Museum, and other Collections, by W. R. TYMMs. With an Essay on the Art, and Instructions as to its Practice in the Present Day, by M. DIGBY WYATT, Architect. 100 quarto Plates, splendidly printed in Colours and Gold; and 104 pages of Text, with borders in Colour. Bound extra elegantly, price £3 10s.

A DESCRIPTION .f the HUMAN BODY:uits Structure and Functions. Illustrated by Physiological Diagrams,

and designed for the Use of Teachers in Schools, and Young Men destined for the Medical Profession, and for Popular Instruction generally. By JONN MARSHALL, F.R.S., F.R.C.S., Surgeon to the University College Hospital, London, and Lecturer on Anatomy in the science and Art Department, South Kensington. 200 quarto pages of Text, bound in cloth, and 193 Coloured Illustrations, arranged on nine Folio Plates, in a Portfolio. Price, complete, 21s. INDIA, CHINA, our VARIOUS COLONIES, and all Parts of the WORLD. Numerous Works and Illustrations of

great Interest and Value will be found upon reference to Messrs. Dar and Sox's Catalogue, which may be had on application.

THE FOLLOWING WORKS ARE IN PREPARATION.

А. HISTORY of the RECENT DISCOVERIES at HALICARNASSUS, CNIDUS, and BRANCHIDÆ. By

C.T. NEWTON, Esq., M.A. Being the Results of an Expedition sent to Asia Minor by Her Majesty's Government in October, 1856. The entire edition to be printed of this work will be limited to 300 Copies, and the stones will then be destroyed. A large portion of these Copies hare been rapidly subscribed for it would be dislicult to find another instance wherein such extraordinary interest has been evinced the list is headed by Her Majesty for the Royal Library, and HRH, the Prince Consort, followed by Imperial, Royal, and other august and eminent personages throughout England and Europe, who have thus marked, by their support, the value attached ls them to the publication of this work. The Publishers look to complete the list of 800 Subscribers considera: ly before the time at which the Work will be published. Detailed particulars will be found in the Prospectus, which may be had on application to Messrs. Dar and Son.

THE . per part of Six

Plates and Text; the Plates fully coloured by Chromo-lithography. Part I. will be published in the course of January.

Publishing Monthly, at 3s. 6d. per Part of Five Folio Plates; to be completed in Twenty Parts. The complete Volume will contain 100 Plates, half-bound morrocco, price 14.

1 (LLUMINATED PSALTER. By OWEN JONES. 100 Folio Pages in Colours and Gold. Messrs. Day and Sox,

Lithographers to the Queen, have the pleasure to announce that they are preparing for publication a Work which, they believe, will take the highest rank amongst the artistic publications of the day. They have in the Chromo-lithographie l'ress an Illuminated Psalter, or the complete Psalms of David, from the Authorized Version, every page of which will be enriched with Initial Letters and Borders by Mr. Owen Jones, and the whole resources of their establishment will be taxed in its production. It will consist of 100 folio pages, and it will be published Fortnightly, in Parts, containing three magnificent folio Plates, for 5s. The First Part will be published in the course of January.

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and will be issued in the spring. Its size will be large folio, and it will consist of a series of 30 splendid illuminations. The prices of the various styles of Copies will be £10 103., £8 8s. and £8 os.

BUNYAN'S PILGRIM’S PROGRESS. Illustrated in 2. Series of 30 Original Water-colour Drawings, by the

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the well-known Lectures on the Human Porm, delivered annually by the Author at the Government School of Art, forinerly at Malborough House, and now in the Theatre at Sonth Kensington. The work will consist of 224 pages imperial 8vo, and will contain about 120 original Ilnstrations drawn ou wood by Mr. J. S. CUTHBERT. It will be published in Four Parts, at 5s. per Part. Part I. will appear in the Spring.

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