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* - Sat o, Dictionary of Printing Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines - - - Webster and Parkes's Donnectio Economy - - - -
PoETRY AND THE DRAMA.
THE Sciences IN CENERAL
Brande's Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art - -
Brewster's Optics - - - - b. Bischoff On the Heat of the Globe- 4 Conyersations on Mineralog - 7
De la Beche on the tois, of Cornwall, &c. - ib. Donovan's Chemistry : - - 8 Farey on the Steam Engine - - 8
Foroke On the Arts, Manners,
Manufactures, and Institutions of the Greeks and Romans - - 9 Gre hers Science of Gunnery - 10 h
on the Gun - - - i Hero hel's Natural Philosophy
-- Astronomy - - i Holland's Manufactures in Metal Kane's Elements of Chemistry
“. Lalla Rookh, medium 8vo. -- 4- “. ... sep. 8vo. “ Irish Melodies - - Moral of Flowers - - - Southey's Poetical Work - -- British l’oets - - Spirit of the woods - - - 27 Thomson's Seasons - - - 30 PoliticAL EcoMoMY AND STATESTics. M’Culloch's Geographical, statistical, and Historical Dictionary - 20 4. Political Economy - ib. Smith's wealth of Nations : . 27 Spackman's statistical Tables - ib. ooke's History of Prices - - 30
RELICIOUS X MoRALworks.
Hell's Illustrations of the Liturgy - 4
Bellamy’s oible - - - - 4
Bloomfield's Greek Testament - 5 -- College and School do. ib. - Greek & English Lexi
to the Sandford's English FemaleWorthies ib. -- Female Improvement - 26
of London lorry - - - - - 24 Powello Natural Philosophy - - ib. Richardson's Ge - - - ib. Roberts's Dictionary of Geology - 25 Wilkinson's Engines of War - " - 32 Wood On Railroads - - - ib. TOPOGRAPHY AND CUlDE BOOKS. Adom's Gem of the Peak - - 3 Addison's History of the Temple Church - - - 3 -- Guide to ditto - - ib. Black's Tourist of England - - ". Britton's Picture of London - - d. Goide toll the Watering Places in Great Britain - - - - 10 TRANSACTICNS OF SOCIETIES. Transactions of the Entomological Society - - 30 - ociety ib. -- Linnaean Society - ib. - Institution of Civil Engineers - ib. - Royal Institute of
- Poitish Architects ib. Proceedings of the Zoological Society 24
Allan's Mediterranean - - - 3 China, Toast Year in, - - - 6 De Custine's Ru-sun - - - 7 !arris's Isiahlands of Ethiopia - 11 Laing's Notes of a Traveller - - 1
-- Residence in Norway - ib.
** Tour in Sweden - - ib. Marryat's Travels of Mons. Violet - 19 Postans's observations on Sindh - 24 Strong's Greece as a Kingdom - 28
Field's veterinary Records - - *
Morton's veterinary Medicine, - . -- “ Toxicological Chart ib; Percivall's Hippopathology. - - : -- Anatomy of the Horse - ib. Spooner. On the Foot and Leg of the Horse - - - - “ on the Influenza of Horses ill; thornson's Animal Chemistry 29 Turner on the Foot of the Horse white's yeterinary Art - “ Cattle Medicine
NOVELS AND WoRKS OF
!"rooington's (Lady) Meredith - 21
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*...tt's Mary). Neighbours . . 13 : “ from.” . . .
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“ on Socinian Controversy ib.
White On the Gospel - - - - 32
Bainbridge's Fly-fisher's Guide -
Coursing Rules - - ib.
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AIKIN.—THE LIFE OF JOSEPH ADDISON.
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| BAYLDON.—TREATISE ON THE WALUATION OF PROPERTY
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BAYNES.—NOTES AND REFLECTIONS
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BELLAMY.—THE HOLY BIBLE,
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BLAIR'S CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES,
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BLOOMFIELD.—HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR.
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BLOOMFIELD,-HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR.
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BL00MFIELD.—THE GREEK TESTAMENT:
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BLOOMFIELD.—GREEK AND ENGLISH LEXICON TO THE
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BRANDE.- A DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE,
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BRAY. —THE PHILOSOPHY OF NECESSITY;
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BRITTON.—THE ORIGINAL PICTURE OF LONDON :
BULL.-HINTS TO MOTHERS,
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By SAMUEL BUTLER, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry; and formerly Head
The present edition has been carefully revised by the author's son, and such alterations introduced as continually progressive discoveries and the latest information rendered necessary. . Recent Travels have been constantly consulted where . doubt or difficulty seemed to require it; and some additional matter has been added, both in the ancient and modern part.
BUTLER.—ATLAS OF MODERN GE0(HRAPHY.
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CHALENOR.—POETICAL REMAINS OF MARY CHALENOR.
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CHINA.—THE LAST YEAR IN CHINA,
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CHINESE NOWEL.—RAMBLES OF THE EMPEROR CHING
Tih in Keang Nan: a Chinese Tale. Translated by Tkin Shen ; with a Preface by JAMEs
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