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ELKINGTONS SYSTEM OF DRAINING.

A Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Draining Land, adapted to the various Situations and Soils of England and Scotland, drawn up from the Communications of Joseph Elkington, hy J.johnstone. A New Edition. 4to, 10s. Cd.

FERRIER.—INSTITUTES OF METAPEYSIC;

Or, The Theory Op Knowing And Being. By J. F. Ferrier, A.B., Oxon., Professor of Moral Philosophy. &c, St Andrews. In small 8vo.

FINE AY— GREECE UNDER THE ROMANS.

A Historical View of the Greek Nation, from the time of its Conquest by the Romans until the extinction of the Roman Empire, B.C. 146 to A.D. 717. By George Finlay, Esq. 8vo, 16s.

FIND AY—HISTORY OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE

from DCCXVI. to MLVII. By George Finlay, Esq., Honorary Member of the Royal Society of Literature. 8vo, 12s. 6d.

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FINLAY.—HISTORY OF GREECE,

from its Conquest by the Crusaders to its Conquest by the Turks, and of the Empire of Trebizond, 1204-1461. By George Finlay, Esq. 8vo, 12s. 6d.

FLEURY.—HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF

AMERICA, written expressly for Young People. By L'amk Fleury. Translated from the French. Foolscap 8vo, 2s. 6d.

GALT—ANNALS OF THE PARISH, AND AYRSHIRE

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GORRIE.—ILLUSTRATIONS OF SCRIPTURE FROM

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GRANT.—MEMOIRS AND ADVENTURES OF SIR

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HAMILTON—THE YOUTH AND MANHOOD OF

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HAMILTON.—MEN AND MANNERS IN AMERICA.

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HAY.—THE LAWS OF HARMONIOUS COLOURING, i

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HAY.—THE NATURAL PRINCIPLES AND ANALOGY

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HAY.—A NOMENCLATURE OF COLOURS,

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HAY.—THE PRINCIPLES OF BEAUTY IN COLOUR

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HA Y.—ON THE SCIENCE OF THOSE PROPORTIONS

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HAY.—THE GEOMETRIC BEAUTY OF THE HUMAN

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RARENESS.—THE PREPARATION OF COOKED

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HILL.—LECTURES IN DIVINITY.

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HUME, DAVID.—LETTERS OF EMINENT PERSONS,

ADDRESSED TO DAVID HUME. Edited by John Hill Burton, Esq., Advocate. 8vo, 10s. 6'd.

INGLIS.—MARICAN, AND OTHER POEMS.

By Henry Imjlis, Esq. Bvo, 10s. b"d.

PROFESSOR JOHNSTON—A CA TECHISM OF A GRI

CULTUKAL CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY. By James V. W. Johnston, F.R.SS. L. & E., &c. A New Edition, being the thirty-third, entirely re-written, price Is.

'■ The extent to which this little Catechism has been circulated at home, Its translation into nearly every European language, and its introduction into the Schools of Germany, Holland, Flanders. Italy, Sweden, Poland, and South and North America, while it has been gratifying to the author, has caust-d him to take additional pains in improving and adding to the amount of uselul information in the present edition." Fhefack.

PROFESSOR JOHNSTON—ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY AND CiEOLOGY. By James F. \V. Johnston, F.R.SS. L. & E., &c. A New Edition, greatly enlarged, price b's. b'd.

PROFESSOR JOHNSTON.—LECTURES ON AGRICUL

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PROFESSOR JOHNSTON.—EXPERIMENTAL AGRI

CULTURE: Being the Results of Past, and Suggestions for Future, Experiments in Scientific and Practical Agriculture. By James.k. W.johnston, F.R.SS. L. & E., &c. Id dvo, \ rice 8s.

PROFESSOR J0HNST0N-0N THE USE OF LIME IN

AGRICULTURE. By James F. W.johnston, F.K.SS. L. & E., &c. Fcap. Bvo, 6s.

PROFESSOR JOHNSTON—THE CHEMISTRY OF COM

MON LIFE. To be published in Eight Parts, viz.—

PART 6.—This Odour8 We Enjoy and

PART 1.—The Air We Breathe and

The Water We Drink.
PART 2.—The Soil Ws Cultivate and

The Plant We Rear.
PART 3.—Thk Bread We Eat and

The Herp We Cook.
PART 4.—The Beverages We Prkparb *

The Liquors We Consume.
PART 5.—The Narcotics Wb Indulge In.

The Smells We Dislike. PART 7.—What Wb Breathb And Bheathe For, and What, How, And Whv We Digest.

PART 8.—The Bodv Wb Cherish, and

The Circulation or Mattfr, a
Recapitulation.

Part I. is published.

PROFESSOR JOHNSTON.—NOTES ON NORTH AME

RICA—Agricultural, Economical, And Social. By James F. W. Johnston, M.A. F.R.SS.L.&K., &c. 2 vols, post 8vo, 21s. 11 Professor Johnston's admirable notes. . . . The very beat manual for intelligent emicranfa."

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JOHNSTON.—THE PHYSICAL ATLAS.

A Series of Alaps and Illustrations of the Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena. By Alex. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E. F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to her Majesty. In Imperial folio, half-bound morocco, price £10, lUs.

"Tliis Atlas ought to have a place in every good library. . . . We know of no work containing such copious and exact information as to all the physical circumstances of the earth on which we live."

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JOHNSTON.—THE PHYSICAL ATLAS.

Reduced from the Imperial Folio. For the use of Colleges, Academies, and Families. By A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E., &c In Imperial 4to, handsomely bound, haifmorocco, price £2, 12s. 6'd. "Executed with remarkable care, and Is as accurate, and, for all educational purposes, as valuable as the splendid large work (by the same author) which has now a European reputation."

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JOHNSTON—A SCHOOL ATLAS OF PHYSICAL

GEOGRAPHY, in which the subject is treated in a more simple and elementary manner than in the previous works of tbo Author. By A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E., &c. Imperial 8vo, half-bound, price 12s. 6d. "I sincerely thank you for the two School Books of Geography which you have had the kindness to send me. They are so admirably executed that I consider the publication of them an important improvement in the study of Geography. The 'Atlas of Physical Geography,' as an illustration of what I have described, is invaluable. "Genoa, Oct 29, 1852." Mas Sombrytlle.

JOHNSTON.—A . SCHOOL ATLAS OF CLASSICAL

GEOGRAPHY, comprising, in 20 Plates, Maps and Plana of all the important Countries and Localities referred to by Classical Authors, constructed from the best materials, and embodying the results of the most recent investigations. By A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E., &c. Printed in colours, uniform with the Author's General and Physical School Atlases, and accompanied'by a complete Index Of Places, in which the proper quantities of the Syllables are marked, by T. Harvey, M.A,, Oxon., Classical Master in the Edinburgh Academy. Price 12s. b'd. half-bound.

JOHNSTON—A SCHOOL ATLAS OF GENERAL AND

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JOHNSTON—AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATLAS

OF GENERAL GEOGRAPHY, for Junior Classes, including Maps of Canaan and Palestine. By A. Keith Johnston, F.K.S.E., &c. 20 Maps, printed in colours, with Index. Demy 4to, half-bound, 7s. 6d.

JOHNSTON.—GEOGRAPHICAL PROJECTIONS,

to accompany Kkith Johnston's Atlases of Physical and General School Geography. Comprisingthe World (on Mercator's Projection)—EuropeAsiaAfricaNorth AmericaSouth AmericaThe British Isles. With a Blank Page for Laying down the Meridians and Parallels of any Map by the more advanced Pupils. In a Portfolio, price 2a. 6d.

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