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THE NEW COPYRIGHT OFFICIAL HANDBOOK TO THE CITY OF HULL. By Sir ALBERT KAYE ROLLIT, LL.D., D.C.L., D.Litt.
Issued under the Authority of the Corporation.
Containing an interesting account of the Historical and Commercial development of the City. And an Introduction by His Worship, the Mayor of Hull. Beautifully printed on Art Paper, and bound in limp cloth, 1/- net. superior edition in Art Vellum Boards, lettered in gold, 2/6 net.
The book is illustrated on nearly every page, and is undoubtedly the cheapest and best Handbook to Hull ever issued.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, HULL: A Guide and Description.
Illustrated from photos. In paper cover, 1/-; or cloth boards, 2/6.
The need of a descriptive and intelligent Guide Book to the noble and commanding Church of Holy Trinity, Hull, has been frequently expressed by the numerous visitors to the town. Mr. Boyle has now supplied this requirement, and produced a volume which cannot fail to be of value. Architecturally the Church is of great interest, and much important matter forms part of its history.
FACSIMILE OF THE CHARTER, GRANTED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST TO KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, 1st April, 1299. 1/- net. With a translation and illustrated documents by J. R. BOYLE, F.S.A. This Charter can also be had suitably framed in Oak and Gold Slip, 6 6 net.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS, Etc.
CHURCH TEACHING FOR THE CHURCH'S YEAR.
By the REV. JOHN WATSON, M.A., Canon Residentiary of York. A Series of Lessons for Sundays and Holy Days of the Ecclesiastical Year. One of the most popular and practical Manuals of Sunday School Lessons ever published. 206 pages, Crown 8vo, bound in Cloth Boards, 2/
In order to make the above of greater service for Sunday School work, a Series of Sunday School Lesson Papers has been prepared, covering every Sunday and Saints' Day in the Church's Year. 4- net per 100. THE VOICE OF THE CHURCH FROM WEEK TO WEEK.
By Mrs. WALTER WARD. Daughter of the late Mrs. Alfred Gatty, Authoress of Parables from Nature," etc. A Series of Sunday School Lessons on the Faith and Practice of the Church of England throughout the year.
129 pages, Crown 8vo, bound in Cloth Boards, 1/6 net.
The popularity of the lessons has been tested in a weekly issue to a big Northern Sunday School, so that their practical usefulness has, so to speak, been wrought on the anvil of experience, where each question and answer has been hammered and beaten into shape, in the weekly endeavour to meet all needs, for three consecutive years.
FAITH AND DUTY.
By Mrs. WALTER WARD.
A series of Sunday School Lessons. As taught in the Creeds, and the Catechism of the Church of England.
146 pages, Crown 8vo, bound in Limp Cloth, 1/3 net.
The idea of these lessons has been to give every facility for imparting some definite religious training which may serve as a guide in after lite ---Sunday School Instruction, unlike secular, being aimed to shape the lite rather than to test the ability.
SUNDAY TEACHING OF OLD TESTAMENT SCRIPTURE.
By Mrs. WALTER WARD. A new series of Sunday School Lessons. 135 pages, Crown 8vo, bound in Cloth, 1 3 net.
The object of these lessons is to help the Teacher. The book follows the first lessons throughout the Church's year, the object being to promote a greater care for the much neglected reading of Holy Scripture by a better understanding of the same. Hence the writer has purposely answered many questions which she recalls from the mind of childhood.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
By the Rev. CANON WATSON, M.A. Four Plain Lectures to Churchmen. Sewn in Paper Cover, 6d.
I. The Church of Rome. II. The Sects. III. The State. IV. Church Parties.
SOME MORAL PROOFS OF THE RESURRECTION, AND OTHER
177 pages, Crown 8vo, with Portrait, Cloth Boards, 2/6 net.
CONTENTS.--Some Moral Proofs of the Resurrection-Quenching the Spirit-Dig Trenches-The Blessedness of Giving -No Night in HeavenThe Little Foxes-Taking Men in their own Heart-Sin taken away: Righteousness Given -The One Hundred Talents A Comfort to SodomChastisement-Suicide.
SONGS OF LOVING KINDNESS.
By the Rev. WILLIAM E. COGHLAN, B.A. A Round of Rondeaux for the Christian Year. Devotional Verses for every Sunday and Holy Day. With an Introduction by His Grace the Lord Archbishop of York. 118 pages, Cloth Boards, Red Edges, 1/6 net.
The Author has a pretty gift of versification, and the thoughts suggested by each varying season of the Church's year are expressed in flowing and pleasant measures. ECCLESIASTICAL VESTMENTS: their Origin and Significance. By J. R. BOYLE, F.S.A.
Sewn in stout cover, 6d.
The subject is treated throughout from an Historical standpoint, and will be read with interest by Churchmen of all shades of thought.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE
YORKSHIRE NATURALISTS' UNION.
Vol. I., 292 pages Demy 8vo., Cloth, 5/- net.
Contains Reports, Papers, and Addresses on the Flowering Plants, Mosses and Fungi of Yorkshire.
THE FLORA OF WEST YORKSHIRE.
By F. ARNOLD LEES, M.R.C.S. 850 pages, Demy 8vo. Cloth, with Coloured Lithological Map, published at 21/- (only a few copies left), 10/6 net.
Includes detailed and full records of 1044 Phanerogams and Vascular Cryptogams, 11 Characæ, 348 Mosses, 108 Hepatics, 258 Lichens, 1009 Fungi, and 382 Freshwater Algæ, making a total of 3160 species.
NORTH YORKSHIRE: Studies of its Botany, Geology, Climate, and Physical Geography. By J. GILBERT BAKER, F.R.S., F.L.S.
With a Chapter on the Mosses and Hepatics of the North Riding, by MATTHEW B. SLATER, F.L.S.
680 pages, Demy 8vo, Cloth, with Coloured Geological and Lithological Maps, 15/- net.
THE FUNGUS FLORA OF YORKSHIRE.
By G. MASSEE, F.L.S., and C. CROSSLAND, F.L.S.
396 pages, Demy 8vo, Cloth, 10/6 net.
Contains a complete annotated List of all the known Fungi of the County.
THE ALGA-FLORA OF YORKSHIRE.
By W. WEST, F.L,S., and G. S. WEST, B.A.
240 pages, Demy 8vo, Cloth, 6/- net.
Enumerates 1044 species, with full details of localities, and numerous critical remarks on affinities and distribution.
LIST OF YORKSHIRE LEPIDOPTERA.
284 pages, Demy 8vo, Cloth, 6/6 net.
Second edition, giving particulars of 1409 species of Macro and MicroLepidoptera, with new information and notes on variation, etc.
By G. T. PORRITT, F.L.S., F.E.S.
A. BROWN & SONS, Limited,
and at their Electrically Equipped
GEORGE STREET AND DOCK STREET, HULL,
Telegrams: 'BROWN, Hull."
ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE.
Corporation Telephone:-No. 110.
Andrews, W., 52, 57
Barnard, G. R., 18, 44
Bates, Lois, 18
Beal, W. J., 46
Blashill, T., 59
Boyle, J. R., 55, 58, 60, 61
AUTHORS, EDITORS, Etc.
Elsom, H., 20, 22, 43, 44, 47
Building Bricks, 25
Cardboard Coins, 8, 9
Cards, 10, 11
Copy Books, 9
Painting Books, 10
Carton Paper, 12, 13
Chalk Drawing Apparatus, 14, 15
Hartley, Harriet A., 31, 45
Holmes, W. M., 35, 44
Marvin, Edith M. D., 33
Massee, G., 62
Murché, V. T., 19, 20, 27, 28, 29
Nelson, T. H., 53, 54
Apparatus, 12, 13
Richardson, W., 58
Shaw, G. A., 57
County Council" Arithmetics, 3
Spurr, H. A., 51
Waite, A. and H., 10, 11, 13, 14, 31
Crayon Holders, 16
Crayon Sheets, 16
Criticism Books for P.T.'s, 46
Ward, Mrs. W., 60, 61
Watson, Canon, 60, 61
Dinner Sets, 26
Evening School Registers, 39
West, G. S., 62
Arithmetical Frame, 8
Chalk Drawing Book, 14
Chalks, 14, 15
Dinner and Tea Sets, 26
Drawing Charts, 17
Musical Drill, 18
Form and Colour Chart, 26
Free-Arm Drawing-See Chalk Drawing.
Freehand Copies, 16, 17
French Accidence, 42
"Gainsborough" Water Colours, 12
Games, 17, 18
Geographical Cabinet, 19
Geography, 20, 21
Drawing, 15, 16
Kingston "Building Bricks, 25 Free-Arm Boards, 15
Lath Plaiting, 23
Letters, Giant, 46
"Like" Embroidery Cards, 22 Log Book, 39
"London" Embroidery Cards, 22 Map Drawing, 20, 21
Maps, Memory, 20
Measures, Eng. and Metric, 8
Minute Book, 39
Models, Geographical, 19
Mosaic Work, 25
Nature Study Handbooks, 30
Needlework, 31, 45
Parsing and Analysis, 16
"Plain Writing " Copy Books, 48 Poetry Books and Cards, 35-38 "Portland" Drill, 17
Progress and Record Books, 39, 40, 16
Progressive" Arithmetic Tests, 1 Punishment Book, 39
Pupil Teachers' Books, 42, 46
Queen Embroidery Cards, 23 "Rational" Sheets, 7
Across the Broad Acres, 50
Alga-Flora of Yorkshire, 62
Axholme, Rivers of, 57
Birds of Bempton Cliffs, 52 Birds of Yorkshire, 54
Botanical Transactions, 61
Brazzock: Holderness Sketches, 52
Church Bells of Holderness, 58
Church Teaching for the Church's Year, 60
Faith and Duty, 60
Flora of East Riding of Yorkshire, 51
Flora of West Yorkshire, 61
Forty Years' Burial Mound Researches, 55
Hedon. History of, 55
Holderness, 51, 59
How to be Happy though Hunted, 50 Hull, Eastern Part of, 59
Hull, History of Charterhouse, 59
Hull, Notes on the Origin of, 59