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1 THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS AND REMAINS OF THE REV. ROBERT HALL, with Memoir by Da. Grkgort, and Essay by Johh Foster. Portrait.
2 li 3. ROSCOE'S LIFE AND PONTIFICATE OF LEO X., Edited by his Son, with the Copyright Notes, Documents, 8tc. In 2 Vols. Portraits.
4. SCHLEGELS LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY. Translated from the German, with a Memoir by J. B. Rorertson, Esq. Portrait.
8 & 6. SISMONDI'S HISTORY OF "HE LITERATURE OF THE SOUTH OF EUROPE. Translated by Roscoe. In 2 Vols Portraits.
7. ROSCOE'S LIFE OF LORENZO DE MEDICI, with the Copyright Notes, fcc .
8. SCHLEGELS LECTURES ON DRAMATIC LITERATURE. Portrait.
9 & 11. BECKMANN'S HISTORY OF INVENTIONS, DISCOVERIES, AND ORIGINS. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged. Id 2 Vols. Portraits.
10. SCHILLER'S HISTORY OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR AND REVOLT OF THE NETHERLANDS. Translated by A. J. W. Moerison. Portrait.
12. SCHILLER'S WORKS. Vol. It [Conclusion of "The Revolt of the Netherlands;"
"Wallenstein's Camp;" "The Piccolomini;" "The Death of Walleustein;" and "Wilhelm Tell."] With Portrait of H'allenstein.
13. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF COLONEL HUTCHINSON. By his Widow:
with an "Account of the Siege of Lathom House." Portrait.
14. MEMOIRS OF BENVENUTO CELLINI, by HIMSELF. By Roscoe. Portrait.
15. J8, tV 22. COXES HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA, from the
foundation of the Monarchy, 1218—1792. Complete in 3 vols. Portraits.
18,19,0.23. LANZI'S HISTORY OF PAINTING. By Roscoe. In 3 Vols. Portraits. 17. OCKLEYS HISTORY OF THE SARACENS, Revised and Completed. Portrait.
20. SCHILLER'S WORKS. Vol. III. ["Don Carlos," "Mary Stuart," "Maid of
Orleans," and " Bride of Messina."] Frontispiece.
21, 2a, & 33. LAMARTINE'S HISTORY OF THE GIRONDISTS; or, Memoirs of
the French Revolution, from unpublished sonrces. In 3 Vols. Portraits.
24. MACHIAVELLI'S HISTORY OF FLORENCE, PRINCE, Portrait.
25 SCHLEGEL'S LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE. Translated by A. J. W. Morrison.
27, 32, & 36. RANKE'S HISTORY OF THE POPES. Translated by E. Fostei. In 3 Vols. Portraits. (The only complete English translation.)
28, 30, & 34. COXE'S MEMOIRS OF THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.
3 Vols. Portraits.
*«* Atlas, of 2s line l.irire Maps and Flans of Marlborongh's Campaigns, (being all tbosa published in the original edition at £12 12s.) 4to. 10s. 6d.
29. SHPRIDAN'S DRAMATIC WORKS AND LIFE. Portrait.
81. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. I . [His Autobiography. 13 Books.] Portrait.
35. WHEATLEY ON THE COMMON PRAYER. Frontispiece.
37, 39. 40, 81, & e6. MILTON'S PROSE WORKS. In 5 Vols, with general Indei and Portraits.
38,41, & 45. MENZELS HISTORY OF GERMANY. Complete in S Vols. Portrait.
42. SCHLEGELS /ESTHETIC AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS.
43. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. II. [Remainder of his Autobiography, and Travels.]
41- LAMARTINES HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Of o«8
?lM5s? 48 & 50. JUNIUS'S LETTERS, with Notes, Additions, Essay, Index, toe. i • ...».
49, 65, 60. 65, 71. VASARIS LIVES OF THE MOST CELEBRATED PAINTERS. SCULPTORS, AND ARCHITECTS. Translated by Uu. Fostee, with Notes. Complete iu 5 Vols., with Index.
61. TAYLORS (JEREMY) HOLY LIVING AND DYING. Portrait.
62. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. III. ["Faust," "Iphigenia," "Torquato Tasso," and "Egmont."] Translated by Miss Swanwick. With "Goets von lWrlichingen," translated by Sie Walter Scott.
68, 66, 68. 61, 66, 67, 75, Sc 82. NEANDER'S CHURCH HISTORY. Carefully revised by the R»v. A. J. W. Moeriso.i. 8 Vols. See 136, 13?.
67, 64. NEANDER'S PLANTING OF CHRISTIANITY, & AN IIGNOSTIKUS, 2 Vols.
69. GREGORY'S (DR.) LETTERS ON THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
62 & 63. JAMES' (G. P. R.) LOUIS XIV. Complete in 3 Vols. Portrait!.
68 & 70. SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS' LITERARY WORKS, with Memoir, 3 Vols. Port.
69. ANDREW FULLER'S PRINCIPAL WORKS. Portrait.
72. BUTLER'S ANALOGY OF RELIGION, AND SERMONS, witli Notes, kc.
73. MISS BREMER'S WORKS. Translated by Mint Howitt. New Edition, revised.
Vol. I . [" The Neighbours," and othar Tales.] Post 8vo. Portrait. 3j. Si/.
74. NEANDER'S MEMORIALS OF CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE EARLY AND
MIDDLE AGES (including bis "Lightin Dark Places"). Post 8vo. 3j. 6</.
76. MISS BREMER'S WORKS, by MARY H0W1TT. Vol. II. "Tho President's Daughters." Portrait.
77 & 80. JOHN FOSTER S LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE, edited bj J. E. Kyland. In 2 Volumes. Portrait.
78. BACON'S ESSAYS, APOPHTHEGMS, WISDOM OF THE ANCIENTS,
NEW ATALANTIS, AND HENRY VII., with Dissertation and Notes.
79. GUIZOTS HISTORY OF REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT, translated
from the French by A. R. Scorlk. With Index.
63. MISS BREMER S WORKS, by Mart Howitt. Vol. III. "The Home, and Strife and Peace."
84. DE LOLME ON THE CONSTITUTION OF ENGLAND, or, Account of the
English Government; edited, with Life and Notes, by John Macgkkgor, M.P.
85. HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA, from 1792 to the present time; in
continuation of COXE. Portrait of tht fresent Emperor.
87 fc 88. FOSTER'S LECTURES, edited by i. E. Ryland. 3 vols.
89- MISS BREMER'S WORKS, by MARY HOWITT, Vol IV. •• A Diary; Tlio "Family; The Solitary; The Comforter; Axel and Anna; and a Letter >ppers.
BO. SMITH'S (ADAM) THEORY OF MORAL SENTIMENTS: and "Essay on
the First Formation of Languages," with Memoir ay Duoalo Stewart.
91, 95, 66, 99, 102, 103, 105, & 106. COWPERS COMPLETE WORKS, Edited
02. DANUBIAN PROVINCES — Rank's History of Servia, Servian Revolution
93. GOETHE'S ELECTIVE AFFINITIES, SORROWS OF WERTHER, GERMAN
04. THE CARAFAS OF MADDALONI; Naples under Spanish Dominion. Trans-
97, 109, It 112. CONDE'S HISTORY OF THE ARABS IN SPAIN. Translated
from the Spanish by Mes. Foster. In 3 vols, with copious Index. Frontitpicce. 98 & 104. LOCKE'S PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS, containing the Essay on the
Human Understanding, the Conduct of the Understanding, Sec., with Notes by
J. A. St. John, Esq. General Index and a Port-rait. In 9 vols.
of Kossuth, from new and authentic sources. Portrai t of Kossuth.
Toore, and Segur, by W. K. Kelly. In 2 vols, with Index, Portraits ofCatherine g$Y
the Second, Nicholas, aud Mentschikopf.
of Richard and Philip Augustus. Complete in 2 vols.
the Author's last corrections, and a General Index. 2 vols.
114. GOETHE'S WILHELM MEISTERS APPRENTICESHIP. Complete.
115. BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER, in a popular form, by Leigh Hunt.
118, 117. SMYTH'S LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVO-
118. MIGNETS HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, from 1789 to 18H.;
119. GUIZOTS HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION OF 1640. )
With a Preliminary Essay on its causes and success. Translated by W. Hazlitt.'
120. 121, & 122. GUIZOT S HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, from tho Fall of tin SK'^ilHS
Roman Empire to the French Revolution. Translated by W. Hazlitt. In3 vols. ^vy/iV/^iV?
With Index, and Portraits of M. Guitot, Charlemagne, and Lonis IX. C^r/^'vv m
123 It 124. THIERRY'S HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF ENGLAND BY EWl's'J
THE NORMANS. .Translated by W. Hazlitt. ln2vols. Portraits. f*H\i,.-*m 128 St 126. FOSTER'S CRITICAL ESSAYS. Edited by J. E. RlLand. In 2 vols, j
127. LUTHER'S TABLE-TALK; With Life by A. Chalmers. Portrait.
128, 129, 130 St 131. LAMARTINES HISTORY OF THE RESTORATION,
132. CARREL'S COUNTER-REVOLUTION IN ENGLAND—FOX'S HISTORY OF |"
133. STURM'S MORNING COMMUNINGS WITH GOD, or Devotional Mcdita- fS}>^/<X'
tions for Every Day in the Year.' i
134. FOSTERIANA: THOUGHTS, REFLECTIONS, and CRITICISMS of the late JOHN FOSTER, (Author of Essays of Decision of Character, Popular Ignorance, j be.), selected from periodical papers not hitherto published in a collective form, and edited by Henrt G. Bohn. (Nearly 600 pages). 5s.
LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHN LOCKE; with Extracts from his Letters and j
Common-Place Books, by Lord Kino. New Edition, with general Index. 136 St 137. NEANDER'S CHURCH HISTORY, translated from the German.
Vol. IX., wliich completes the work. With a general Index to the nine volumes.
In two parts, 3«. td. each. s?V'i? /ym
138 St 139. NEANDER'S HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN DOGMAS. Translated from ©^..V^-V-"
the German, by J. E. Ryland. Complete in 2 vols. S<y\-'/^7il,
140. THIERRY'S HISTORY OF THE TIERS ETAT, or Third Estate, in France. CfrN'Wr'A
a vols, in 1. 6j. g<W;^V4
141. SCHwEGEL'S LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF LITERATURE, Ancient f=v--,V l-r<' - l'H nnd Modern. Completely translated, with a General Index.
142. MICHELET'S HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION/^ Uw Flight of the King in 1791 (MO pages.)