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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. 128.
A Popular Edition, in one volume, is now ready, price 68.
EXPOSITORY LECTURES ON ST. PAUL'S EPISTLE TO
THE CORINTHIANS. Small crown 8vo. 58.
LECTURES AND ADDRESSES ON LITERARY
SOCIAL TOPICS. Small crown 8vo. 38. 6d.
AN ANALYSIS OF MR. TENNYSON'S IN MEMORIAM.'
(Dedicated by permission to the Poet-Laureate.) Fcp. 8vo. 2s.
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
65 Cornhill, London.
THE LIFE AND WORK OF FREDERICK DENISON
MAURICE. A Memorial Sermon. Crown 8vo. sewed. 1s.
CHRIST IN MODERN LIFE. Sermons preached in St.
James's Chapel, York Street, London. Second Edition. Crown 8vo.
78. 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.
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.
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.
65 Cornhill, London.
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BOOKS ON INDIAN SUBJECTS.
THE EUROPEAN IN INDIA. A Handbook of practical
information for those proceeding to, or residing in, the East Indies relating to Outfits, Routes, Time for Departure, Indian Climato, &c. By EDMUND C. P. HULL. With a MEDICAL GUIDE FOR ANGLO-INDIANS. Being a compendium of Advice to Europeans in India, relating to the Preservation and Regulation of Health. By R. S. MAIR, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., late Deputy Coroner of Madras. In one
vol. post 8vo. 68. * Full of all sorts of useful information to the English settler or traveller in India.'-Standard.
One of the most valuable books ever published in India--valuable for its sound information, its careful array of pertinent facts, and its sterling common sense. It is a publisher's as well as an author's “hit,” for it supplies a want which few persons may have discovered, but which everybody will at once recognise when once the contents of the book have been mastered. The medical part of the work is invaluable.'-- Calcutta Guardian.
EASTERN EXPERIENCES. By L. BOWRING, C.S.I., Lord
Canning's Private Secretary, and for many years the Chief Commissioner of Mysore and Coorg. In one yol. demy 8vo. 168. Illustrated
with Maps and Diagrams. • An admirable and exhaustive geographical, political, and industrial survey.'Athenæum.
• The usefulness of this compact and methodical summary of the most authentic information relating to countries whose welfare is intimately connected with our own, should obtain from Mr. Lewin Bowring's work a good place among treatises of its kind.'—Daily News.
• Interesting even to the general reader, but ore especially so to those who may have a special concern in that portion of our Indian Empire.'-Post.
• An elaborately got up and carefully compiled work.'-Home News.
A MEMOIR OF THE INDIAN SURVEYS. By CLEMENT
R. MARKHAM. Printed by order of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for India in Council. Imperial 8vo. 108.
BOOKS ON INDIAN SUBJECTS-continued.
WESTERN INDIA BEFORE AND DURING THE MUTI
NIES Pictures drawn from Life. By Major-General Sir GEORGE
•The most important contribution to the history of Western India during the Mutinies which has yet, in a popular form, been made public.'-Athenæum.
• The legacy of a wise veteran, intent on the benefit of his countrymen rather than on the acquisition of fame.'-London and China Express.
* Few men more competent than himself to speak authoritatively concerning Indian affairs.'— Standard.
EXCHANGE TABLES OF STERLING AND INDIAN
RUPEE CURRENCY, upon a new and extended system, embracing values from one farthing to one hundred thousand pounds, and at rates progressing, in sixteenths of a ponny, from 1s. 9d. to 28. 3d. per rupee. By DONALD FRASER, Accountant to the British Indian Steam Navigation Co., Limited. Royal 8vo. 108. 6d.
A CATALOGUE OF MAPS OF THE BRITISH POSSESSIONS
IN INDIA AND OTHER PARTS OF ASIA. Published by Order of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for India in Council. Royal 8vo. sewed, 1s.
A continuation of the above, sewed, price 6d., is now ready.
Messrs. Henry S. King & Co. are the authorised agents by the Government for the sale of the whole of the Maps enumerated in this Catalogue.
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RECENTLY PUBLISHED NOVELS.
A GOOD MATCH. By AMELIA PERRIER, Author of Mea Culpa.' Two vols.
[Just out. THOMASINA. By the Author of Dorothy,' 'De Cressy,' &c. Two vols. crown 8vo.
[Just out. •We would liken it to a finished and delicate cabinet picture, in which there is no brilliant colour, and yet all is harmony; in which no line is without its purpose, but all contribute to the unity of the work.'-Athenæum.
• For the delicacies of character-drawing, for play of incident, and for finish of style, we must refer our readers to the story itself: from the perusal of which they cannot fail to derive both interest and amusement.'-Daily News.
• Very pleasant and lively reading.'— Graphic.
THE STORY OF SIR EDWARD'S WIFE. By HAMILTON MARSHALL, Author of 'For Very Life.' One vol. crown 8vo.
[Just out. • There are many clever conceits in it : Mr. Hamilton Marshall proves in “Sir Edward's Wife” that he can tell a story closely and pleasantly.'-Pall Mall Gazette.
A quiet, graceful little story.'--Spectator. • There is a freshness and vigour in Mr. Marshall's writings that will be enjoyed by the thoughtful reader.'-Public Opinion.
LINKED AT LAST. By F. E. BUNNÈTT. One vol. crown 8vo.
““ Linked at Last” contains so much of pretty description, natural incident, and delicate portraiture, that the reader who once takes it up will not be inclined to relinquish it without concluding the volume.”—Morning Post.
A very charming story.'-John Bull. “A very simple and beautiful story.'—Public Opinion.
PERPLEXITY. By SYDNEY Mostyn, a New Writer. Three rols. crown 8vo.
[Just out. • Unquestionably a very powerful story. What may be called its manipulation is exceedingly able, inasmuch as it is told in an autobiographical form ; and yet it exhibits the thoughts, feelings, ideas, and temptations of a woman of varied and interesting characteristics.'—Morning Post.
“We congratulate Sydney Mostyn on the production of a deeply interesting work, full of manly thoughts, admirable reflections, and sparkling humour. The work is aptly named, and we can assure its author we shall experience no perplexity when others from his pen lie on our table.'—Public Opinion.
Shows much lucidity, much power of portraiture, and no inconsiderable sense of humour.'—Examiner.
• The literary workmanship is good, and the story forcibly and graphically told.'—Daily News.
• Written with very considerable power, the plot is original and worked out with great cleverness and sustained interest.'-- Standard.
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