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POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS.
By PHILIP STANHOPB WORSLET, M.A., Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Fcap. 8vo, 5s.
By ISA. In small 8ro, is. 6d.
POETICAL WORKS OF D. M. MOIR.
With Portrait, and Memoir by Thomas Aird. Second Edition. 2 vols. fcap. 8vo, 12s.
LECTURES ON THE POETICAL LITERATURE OF THE PAST HALF-CENTURY. By D. M. MOIR (A). Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 5s.
"A delightful volume."—Morniny Chronicle.
"Exquisite in its taste and generous in its criticisms."—Huyh Uilier.
TEE COURSE OF TIME: A POEM.
By ROBERT POLLOK, A.M. Twenty.fourth Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 5s.
"Of deep and hallowed impress, full of noble thoughts and graphic conceptions—the production of a mind alive to the great relations of being, and the sublime simplicity of our religion."—Blackwood'a Mayazine.
AN ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF THE COURSE OF TIME. In large 8vo, bound in cloth, richly gilt. 21s.
"There has been no modem poem in the English language, of the class to which the 'Course of Time' belonga, since Milton wrote, that can be compared to it. In the present instance the artistic talents of Messrs Foster. Clayton, Tinnirl, Etans, Dai.zirl, Green, and Woods, have been employed in giving expression to the sublimity of the language, by equally exquisite illustrations, all of which are of the highest class."—Bell's Messenyer.
POEMS AND BALLADS OF SCHILLER.
Translated by Sir Edward Bulwer Lttton, Bart . Second Edition. 8vo, 10s. 6d.
Or, Illustrations of Parliamentary Oratory. A Poem. Comprising—Pym— Vane—Strafford—Halifax—Shaftesbury—St John-Sir R. Walpole—Chesterfield — Carteret — Chatham — Pitt — Fox — Burke—Sheridan—Wilberforce— Wyndham—Conway— Castlereagh—"William Lamb (Lord Melbourne)—Tierney — Lord Grey — O'Conriell — Plunkett—Shiel—Follett—Macaulay—PeeL Second Edition. Crown 8vo, 6s.
LEGENDS, LYRICS, AND OTHER POEMS.
SIR WILLIAM CRICHTON—ATHELWOLD—GUIDONE:
THE BIRTHDAY, AND OTHER POEMS.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE LYRIC POETRY AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR WILSON'S POEMS.
Containing the 'Isle of Palms,' the 'City of the Plague,' 'Unimore,' and other Poems. Complete Edition. Crown 8vo, 4s.
POEMS AND SONGS.
By DAVID WINOATE. Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 5s.
"We are delighted lo welcome into the brotherhood of real poets a countryman of Burns, and whose vena will go far to render the rougher Border Scottish a classic dialect in our literature."—John BvU.
THE PHYSICAL ATLAS OF NATURAL PHENOMENA.
By ALEXANDER KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.8.E., Ac, Geographer to the Queen for Scotland. A New and Enlarged Edition, consisting of 35 Folio Plates, and 27 smaller ones, printed in Colours, with 135 pages of Letterpress, and Index. Imperial folio, half-bound morocco, £8, 8s. t
"A perfect treuurc of compressed information."— Sir John Hersdtet.
THE PHYSICAL ATLAS.
By ALEXANDER KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.S.E., Ac. Reduced from the Imperial Folio. This Edition contains Twenty-five Maps, including a Palaeontological and Geological Hap of the British Islands, with Descriptive Letterpress, and a very copious Index. In imperial 4to, half-bound morocco, £2, 12s. Cd.
"Executed with remarkable care, and Is as accurate, and, for all educational purposes, as valuable, aj the splendid large work (by the tame author) which has now a European reputation."—Eclectic Review.
A GEOLOGICAL MAP OF EUROPE.
By StR R. t. MURCHISON, D.C.L., F.R.S., Ac, Director-General of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland; and JAMES NICOL, F.R.S.E., F.G.S., Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen. Constructed by Alexander Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E., Ac. Four Sheets imperial, beautifully printed in Colours. In Sheets, £3,3s.; in a Cloth Case, 4to, £3, 10s.
GEOLOGICAL AND Paljeontological MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS, including Tables of the Fossils of the different Epochs, Ac. Ac., from the Sketches and Notes of Professor Edward Forres. With Illustrative and Explanatory Letterpress. 21s.
GEOLOGICAL MAP OF SCOTLAND.
By JAMES NICOL, F.R.S.E., Ac, Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen. With Explanatory Notes. The Topography by AlexAnder Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E., Ac. Scale, 10 miles to an inch. In Cloth Case, 21s.
INTRODUCTORY TEXT-BOOK OF PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. By DAVID PAGE, F.R.S.E., Ac. With Illustrations and a Glossarial Index. Crown 8vo, 2s.
INTRODUCTORY TEXTBOOK: OF GEOLOGY.
By DAVID PAGE, F.R.S.E., F.G.S. With Engravings on Wood and Glossarial Index. Sixth Edition, Is. 9d.
*' It has not often been our good fortune to examine a text-book on science of which we could express an opinion so entirely favourable as we are enabled to do of Mr Page's little work."—Aihenceum.
ADVANCED TEXTBOOK OF GEOLOGY,
Descriptive and Industrial. By DAVID PAGE, F.R.S E., F.G.S. With Engravings and Glossary of Scientific Terms. Third Edition, revised and enlarged, 6s.
"It is therefore with unfeigned pleasure that we record our appreciation of his ' Advanced Text-Book of Geology.' We have carefully read this truly satisfactory book, and do not hesitate to say that it ts an excellent compendium of the great facts of Geology, and written in a truthful and philosophic spirit-"— Edinburyh PhiloaoplUcal Journal.
HANDBOOK OF GEOLOGICAL TERMS, GEOLOGY, AND PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. By DAVID PAGE, F.R.S.E. F.G.S. Second Edition, crown 8vo, 7s. 6d.
THE PAST AND PRESENT LIFE OF THE GLOBE:
Being a Sketch in Outline of the World's Life-System. By DAVID PAGE, F.R.S.E., F.G S. Crown 8vo, (5s. With Fifty Illustrations, drawn and engraved expressly for this Work.
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the earliest organisms deep-burled in its stratified crust, to tl
THE GEOLOGICAL EXAM1NAT0R:
A Progressive Series of Questions adapted to the Introductory and Advanced Text-Books of Geology. Prepared to assist Teachers in framing their Examinations, and Students in testing their own Progress and Proficiency. By DAVID PAGE, F.R.8.E., F.G.S. Second Edition, Bd.
THE GEOLOGY OF PENNSYLVANIA:
A Government Survey; with a General View of the Geology of the United States, Essays on the Coal Formation and its Fossils, and a Description of the Coal-Fields of North America and Great Britain. By Professor HENRY DARWIN ROGERS, F.R.S., F.G.S.. Professor of Natural History in the University of Glasgow. With Seven large Maps, and numerous Illustrations engraved ou Copper and on Wood. In 3 vols. royal 4to, £8, 8s.
SEA-SIDE STUDIES AT 1LFRAC0MBE, TENBY, THE SC1LLY ISLES, AND JERSEY. By GEORGE HENRY LEWES. Second Edition. Crown 8vo, with Illustrations, and a Glossary of Technical Terms, 6s. 6U
PHYSIOLOGY OF COMMON LIFE.
By GEORGE HENRY LEWES, Author of 'Sea-side Studies,' if. Illustrated with numerous Engravings. 2 vols., 12s.
CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE.
By Professor J. F. W. JOHN8TON. A New Edition. Edited by G. H. LEWES. With 113 Illustrations on Wood, and a Copious Index. 2 vols. crown 8vo, lis. Od.
NOMENCLATURE OF COLOURS,
Applicable to the Arts and Natural Sciences, to Manufactures, and other Purposes of General Utility. By D. R. HAY, F.R.S.E. 228 Examples of Colours, Hues, Tints, and Shades. 8vo, £3, 3s.
NARRATIVE OF THE EARL OF ELGIN'S MISSION TO CHINA AND JAPAN. By LAURENCE OLIPHANT, Private Secretary to Lord Elgin. Illustrated with numerous Engravings in Chromo-Lithography, Maps, and Engravings on Wood, from Original Drawings and Photographs. Second Edition. In 2 vols. 8vo, 21s.
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RUSSIAN SHORES OF THE BLACK SEA
In the Autumn of 1832. With a Voyage down the Volga and a Tour through the Country of the Don Cossacks. By LAURENCE OLIPHANT, Esq. 8vo, with Map and other Illustrations. Fourth Edition. 14s.
EGYPT, THE SOUDAN, AND CENTRAL AFRICA;
With Explorations from Khartoum on the White Nile to the Regions of the Equator. By JOHN PETHERICK, F.R.G.S., Her Britannic Majesty's Consul for the Soudan. In 8vo, with a Map, 16s.
NOTES ON NORTH AMERICA:
Agricultural, Economical, and Social. By Professor J. F. W. JOHNSTON. 2 vols. post 8vo, 21s.
"Professor Johnston's admirable Notes. . . . The very best manual for Intelligent emigrants, whilst to the British Agriculturist and general reader it conveys a more complete conception of the condition of these prosperous regions than all that has hitherto been written."—Economist.
A FAMILY TOUR ROUND THE COASTS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL during the Winter of 1860-1861. By Lady DUNBAR, of Northfield. In post 8vo, 5s.
THE ROYAL ATLAS OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY.
In a Series of entirely Original and Authentic Maps. By A. KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.S.E., F.R.G.S., Author of the * Physical Atlas,' &c. With a complete Index of easy reference to each Map, comprising nearly 150,000 Places contained in this Atlas. Imperial folio, half-bound in russia or morocco, £5, 15s. 6d. (Dedicated by permission to Her Majesty.)
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"Beyond doubt the greatest geographical work of our Ume."-Jfuaeum.
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A NEW MAP OF EUROPE.
By A. KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.S.E. Size, 4 feet 2 inches by 3 feet 5 inches. Cloth Case, 21s.
ATLAS OF SCOTLAND.
31 Maps of the Counties of Scotland, coloured. Bound in roan, price 10s. Od. Kach County may be had separately, in Cloth Case, Is.
KEITH JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL ATLASES;—
General And Descriptive Geography, exhibiting the Actual and Com-
Physical Geography, illustrating, in a Series of Original Designs, the
Classical Geography, comprising, in Twenty-three Plates, Maps and Plans
Astronomy. Edited by J. R. Hind, Esq., F.R.A.S., &c. Notes and
Elementary School Atlas Ok General And Descriptive Geography for the Use of Junior Classes. A New and Cheaper Edition. 20 Maps, including a Map of Canaan and Palestine. Half-bound, 5s.
"They are as superior to all School Atlases within our knowledge, as were the larger works of the same Author in advance of those that preceded them"—Educational Times.
"Decidedly the best School Atlases we have ever twiV—EnglUh Journal of Education.
"The best, the fullest, the most accurate and recent, as well as artistically the most beautiful atlas that can be put into the schoolboy's hands."—Museum, April 1863.
A MANUAL OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY:
Mathematical, Physical, and Political. Embracing a complete Development of the River-Systems of theGlobe. By the Rev. ALEX. MACKAY, F.R.G.S. With Index. 7s. 6d., bound in leather.
THE BOOK OF THE FARM.
Detailing the Labours of the Fanner, Farm-Steward, Ploughman, Shepherd, Hedger, Cattle-man, Field-worker, and Dairymaid, and forniiug a safe Monitor for Students in Practical Agriculture. By HENRY STEPHENS, F.R.S.E. 2 vols. royal 8vo, £3, handsomely bound in cloth, with upwards of 600 Illustrations.
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THE BOOK OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES. By JAMES SLIGHT and R. SCOTT BURN. Edited by Henry Stephens, F.R.8.E. Illustrated with 876 Engravings. Royal 8vo, uniform with the 'Book of the Farm,' half-bound, £2, 2s.
THE BOOK OF FARM BUILDINGS:
Their Arrangement and Construction. By HENRY STEPHENS, F.R.S.E., and R. SCOTT BURN. Royal 8vo, with 1045 Illustrations. Uniform with the ' Book of the Farm." Half-bound, £1, lis. 6d.
THE BOOK OF THE GARDEN.
By CHARLES M'INTOSH. In 2 large vols. royal 8vo, embellished with
Each Volume may oe had separately—viz.:
II. Practical Gardening.—Directions for the Culture of the Kitchen
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PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF FARM BOOK-KEEPING:
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AINSLIE'S TREATISE ON LAND-SURVEYING.
A New and Enlarged Edition. Edited by William Galrraith, M.A.,
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A Practical Treatise on the Planting, Rearing, and Management of Forest Trees. By JAMES BROWN, Wood Manager to the Earl of Seafield. Third Edition, greatly enlarged, with numerous Engravings on Wood, Royal 8vo, 30s.
"Beyond all doubt this is the best work on the subject of Forestry extant*—Gardeners* Journal. "The most useful guide to good arboriculture in tbo English language."—Gardenert' CVirontdc