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A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
23, PATERNOSTER ROW.
DOCKET ENGLISH CLASSICS. This Series of popular and
entertaining little Volumes will comprise choice productions of standard English Prose Writers and Poets, so as to form a cheap and elegant library of sterling literature, selected from the best works of Johnson, Goldsmith, Addison, Steele, Pope, Gay, Cowper, Swift, Sterne, Fielding, Smollett, Scott, Byron, Campbell, Coleridge, &c.
Each work will be elegantly printed in a neat pocket size, sewed in an illuminated wrap;er, and will be complete in itself. Price ONLY SIXPENCE each Volume. The Volumes will be issued weekly. Vol. 1.- The Seasons ...
Thomson 2.- The Task, and other Poems
Cowper. 3.-A Sentimental Journey i..
THE ROSE GARDEN. Complete in One Vol., imperial 8vo., 1 cloth. Price £l lls. 6d. By Wm. Paul, the Nurseries, Cheshunt. The work is embellished with Fifteen highly finished coloured Drawings, by
Andrews, Maubert, and Wakeling, and numerous Wood Engravings. " The book is adorned with fifteen portraits of Roses, executed in a very superior style, besides numerous engravings, illustrative of the botany, pruning, and arranging of the flower in beds, &c. Any Amateur who will procure Paul's Rose Garden,' will make his course clear for the successful cultivation of this beautiful flower, and will soon save all that it costs him in the certainty of his operations."-H. B., in Gardener's Chronicle.
"Given in so plain and understandable a manner, that the merest tyro, by following the directions, may count on success.”-Florist's Journal.
“An extremely useful and instructive book, which ought to be in the hands of every cultivator of Roses."-Cottage Gardener.
Also, by the same Author, OBSERVATIONS ON THE CULTIVATION OF ROSES IN
POTS. Second Edition. Revised, with the addition of Wood Cuts. Price Is, 6d.
MORNING RAMBLES IN THE ROSE GARDENS OF HERT
FORDSHIRE. Price Is.
AN HOUR WITH THE HOLLYHOCK. Price 1s.
THE GUN, AND HOW TO USE IT. By J. B. JOHNSON.
“The Gun, and how to use it,' is a very desirable brochure,' from the pen of one who appears to have profited by the precept and example of his father. Mr. J. B. Johnson has haa the experience of twenty-five years, and this advantage has by no means been lost upon him. Obviously possessing an ardent love for field sports, the sentiments of an English sportsman, and a mind of more than common penetration, he has been induced to get down for the guidance of others instructions which are not mere speculations, but, on the contrary, convictions, the result of personal observation and a zealous persistence in a favorite pursuit. There is great originality in his remarks; and, in the absence of far-fetched notions and erudite composition, we have common sense suggestions and plain-set comments, The young shooter will gather some instruction from the book, and the old hand will not fail to find in it something to repay him for a perusal."-ERA.
THE DOG, AND HOW TO BREAK HIM; with his Diseases
and Method of Cure. By J. B. JOHNSON. Price 3s. " Its greatest recommendation, to our thinking, is its humanity. The author not only advises kind treatmentor, rather, the avoiding of cruelty-but he shows how severity can be best dispensed with. Without any mawkish sensibility, he gives practical information like one who understands his business, knowing that the whip cannot be wholly dispensed with, but favouring a system which keeps the lash from the dog as much as possible. His plan is excellent. He does not pretend to originality, but there are many novelties introduced by him Indeed, these works are replete with wrinkles' worth acquiring, and in a concise shape you get all that is requisite for the purpose named. You learn briefly what should and should not be in reference to the different subjects in hand; and we perceive, too, that an abstract of the Game-laws is appended, sufficient for the guidance of those who would shoot and yet avoid penalties."-ERA.
“ It is seldom, indeed, the young sportsman has the opportunity of learning so much with so little trouble to himself, as he may from. The Gun, and how to use it,' or from "The Dog. and how to break him.' Moreover, he can receive what he reads with every confidence in his author: for Mr. Johnson is no skilful collector of other men's matter, but a well-tried sportsman, who only recommends what he himself has tested and approved. There is not a breed of shooting.dogs, or a part and parcel of the gun, but has due notice and elucidation as to how it should be treated. They are very neatly printed and got up, and equally to be recommended for cheapness and portability."-SPORTING MAGAZINE (September).
THE GAMEKEEPER'S DIRECTORY; for the Preservation of
Game, the Destruction of Vermin, and the Prevention of Poaching. Second Edition. Price 5s.
" It aboAnds with practical observation. In plain and homely diction, the writer, evidently a man of long experience, and, what is still more indispensable to the acquisition of knowledge of all kinds, unflagging observation, makes the reader as wise as himself, teaching bim precisely what he wants to know, and after a most agreeable fashion. There is superior intelligence and the result of patient inquiry conspicuous in every page. You are told something about the nature and habits of every animal mentioned, just enough to excite further inquiry in some and freshen the memories of others; and these particulars, touching more upon the physiology than the natural history of certain of the brute creation, are as preludes to available matter-instructions for preserving game, and for destroying vermin that prey upon them. There is a liberal tone, too, breathing throughout the book, showing that the author thought for himself, avoiding those vulgar prejudices and cherished traditions which perpetuate error, injustice, and absurdity. His contrivance for poisoning and trapping rats is remarkable, as, indeed, is most of his advice; and we think those for whom the book is written will, upon possessing it, think their money has been laid out to advantage." -ERA.
“ The Gamekeeper's Directory' is a new edition of a work already well known, which must always rank high as an authority as long as we have game to preserve or vermin to destroy." --SPORTING MAGAZINE (September).
THE HANDBOOK OF BETTING; or, How to Make a Book,
and How to Keep a Book. Price 2s. 6d.
CHESS MADE EASY. New Edition. Intended as a First Book.
By GEORGE WALKER. Price 3s. 60.
TT ALL'S (Late Hall and Marsh's,) FARMER'S ACCOUNTIT BOOK. By an eminent BERKSHIRÉ AGRICULTURIST. Price 4s.
TILLYWHITES GUIDE TO CRICKETERS, Patronized by
U the Marylebone Club, is published annually, and gentlemen desirous of having the progress of their Clubs and Grounds noticed must furnish information by the 7th of March each year, which will guarantee an in-ertion. To contain as brief as possible information under the following heads :-"When the Club was established: "Number of Members; " " Secretary and Treasurer, &c. ;" " Size and Situation of Cricket Ground;" "Soil;" “ Whose Property," &c. Address to F. LILLYWHITE, care of Piper Brothers, 23, Paternoster Row.
THE ANGLER’S COMPANION; or, Where to Find, and How
1. to Fish, the various Swims in the Horse and Groom, Lea Bridge, and White House Fisheries. Price 1s.
STURGE'S PUBLICAN'S JOURNAL AND LEDGER, upon a
New and Improved Plan, for the Use of Licensed Victuallers With considerable Improvements and Additions; to which is now added, a View of the Laws affecting Publicans, and the last New Licensing Act, &c., &c. For the present Year.
May be had in various sized Books for One, Two, or Three Years, to suit the convenience of the credit given. A One Year Book will last forty-one Customers Fifty-two Weeks, or Twenty Customers Two Years.
Price for One Year, 3s. 9d. sewed; 5s.6d, half-bound.
THE WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT'S CELLAR DIREC
. TORY : or, Innkeeper's and Publican's Practical Guide, containing Instructions for the Selection, Purchase, Management, and Preservation of Foreign Wines and Spirits New Edition. By WILLIAM CLARKE. Price 4s.
“A most useful and excellent book, full of real information. It contains not alone the practical experience of the author, but also that of the most eminent Continental winegrowers and merchants. It will be found a valuable addition to our domestic economy, and eminently useful to all persons possessing wines, &c."-ERA.
THE BAR COMPANION, OR LICENSED VICTUALLER'S
ADVISER. Price 2s.
THE VINTNER, BREWER, AND LICENSED VICTUAL
LER'S GUIDE; containing the History, Theory, and Practice of Manufacturing Wines, Malt Liquors, Cordials, Compounds, Essences, &c. Price 78.
BELL'S NEW ART OF READING AND SPEAKING. DRACTICAL ELOCUTIONIST.-Elegant Extracts from the most
[ esteemed Modern Writers and Orators, arranged according to a New System of improved Punctuation, adapted to the Nature of the Voice; Emphatic Words and Sentences made prominent to the Eye and Understanding of the Student; the Principles of Elocution and Theory of Inflection simplified, and disested of all unnecessary complexity. The whole calculated to form accomplished Readers and Speakers. By ALEXANDER BELL, Professor of Elocution. Bound and lettered, 5s. 6d.
By the same Author, STAMMERING AND OTHER IMPEDIMENTS OF SPEECH.
) - The means to effect a complete and permanent Removal of all Vocal Obstructions. 12mo., 3s. 6d., bound and lettered. MOMPOSITION, LITERARY AND RHETORICAL, SIMPLI. U FIED. By the Rev. DAVID WILLIAMS, M.A. 12mo., cloth, price 3s. 6d.
SCIENCE SIMPLIFIED, AND PHILOSOPHY, NATURAL D AND EXPERIMENTAL, MADE EASY. By the Rev. David WILLIAMS, M.A.
The First Series, containing1.- Animal Physiology,
4.-Optics, 2.- Vegetable Physiology,
5.- Astronomy, 3.- Mechanics,
6.-Geology. 12mo., cloth, 2s.
The Second Series, containing1.-Pyronomics,
7.-Meteorology. 12mo., cloth, 28.
PUBLICATIONS BY MR. CHAMBERS,
For the Use of Schools. NEOGRAPHICAL QUESTIONS and EXERCISES, blended
U with Historical and Biographical Information : and an Appendix, containing Questions on Astronomy, with eight Engravings. Price 2s., bound in red.
THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL COM
1 PENDIUM; containing concise Memoirs of illustrious Persons, a Gazetteer of Remarkable Places, and forming, not only a useful Class Book for Juvenile Students, but a Key to the Author's Geographical Questions and Exercises. With eight Engravings. Price 2s. bound.
THE SPELLING BOOK OF UTILITY; consisting of a
Series of Spelling and Reading Lessons, progressively arranged as introductory to a knowledge of the English language. Price Eighteen-pence bound.
AN INTRODUCTION TO ARITHMETIC; in which the A Primary Rules are interspersed with a variety of Biographical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Information. Price 2s., neatly bound.
MUESTIONS AND EXERCISES on Mrs. Trimmer's Intro
duction to the Knowledge of Nature. Price 6d.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH COMPOSITION. Il
1 Justrated by Examples, with Critical Remarks. By David Booth. 12mo., cloth, 4s.
THE UNIVERSAL READY RECKONER ; or, EVERY
I TRADER'S INFALLIBLE GUIDE. Adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail. By John BETTSWORTH. Price ls.
TOMEOPATHY AND ITS PRINCIPLES EXPLAINED. II Being Four Lectures thereon, delivered at Exeter Hall. 2nd Edition. Price 58.
DOMESTIC HOMEOPATHY; or, Rules for the Domestic U Treatment of the Maladies of Infants, Children, and Adults. Fifth Edition Price 5s.
HAT IS HOMEOPATHY? Price 3d. Reprinted in Ame
rica and in Canada.
AFFECTIONS OF WOMEN. No. 1.-THE MONTHLY
PERIOD. Price 2s.
TPILEPSY, AND SOME NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, ITS E PRECURSORS.; being Twenty-two Cases successfully treated. Price 3s.
MONSTIPATION CURABLE. Containing the Physiology of
the Digestion of Food. Price Is. 6d.
ON ARNICA MONTANA, for Bruises, Falls, Wounds, Sprains,
Lacerations, Excessive Fatigue and its Consequences, Corns, Swellings, &c. Price 6d.
AFFECTIONS OF THE HEAD. Being upwards of Fifty A Cases treated with success, on the Homeopathic principle. Price 2s. 6d.
THE REJECTED CASES; with a Letter to THOMAS WAKLEY,
Esq., M.P., on the Science of Homeopathy. Price 3s.
LORÆ PHRENOLOGICÆ. Being Three Phrenological IT Essays on Morality, the best means of obtaining Happiness and Veneration. Second Edition. Price 2s. 6d.
A MANUAL OF PHRENOLOGY; containing a New Arrange
t of the Cerebral Organs. By John EPPs, M.D. Pocket Companion. 32mo., price 1s.
SPINAL CURVATURE: ITS THEORY, ITS CURE. Il
lustrated by Cases and coloured Plates. By GEORGE N EPPS, Surgeon to Harrison's Spinal Institution, &c., &c. Price 12s, 6d.
DR. ROBERT HOWARD'S SALT, THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT; or, Food, and the Chief D Cause of Diseases of Body and Mind. By ROBERT HOWARD, M.D. Fourth Edition. 8vo., cloth, 2s. 6d.