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MR. MURRAY'S HOME AND COLONIAL LIBRARY.
HAYGARTH'S BUSH LIFE IN AUSTRALIA. PAMPAS JOURNEYS. By Sir F. B. HEAD. “ Descriptive of man, animals, nature, and society."
Spectator. “Has all the interest of a novel."-Eclectic Review.
STEFFENS'S ADVENTURES ON THE THE TWO SIEGES OF VIENNA. ROAD TO PARIS. "A valuable collection to history."- Atheneum. "Original, and amusing in its style and conduct."
Literary Gazette. Vol. 20.
Vol. 30. FORD'S GATHERINGS FROM SPAIN. TALES OF A TRAVELLER. By WASHINGTON * The best book on Spain that has ever appeared. IRVING.
Quarterly Review. “Furnishes food for delectable entertainment.”.
CAMPBELL'S LIVES OF THE BRITISH “A work deserving much attention."-Athenæum.
“The rise, advance, and the fluctuations of English
poetry,"-Sun. THE SOUTH SEAS. By HERMANN MEL
Vol. 32. VILLE.
LORD MAHON'S HISTORICAL ESSAYS. “ A companion after our own hearts.”—Times.
Selected from Contributions to the Quarterly Review. Vol. 23.
Vol. 33. GLEIG'S BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
STOKERS AND POKERS, HIGH-WAYS “ This account is instinct with spirit."--Literary Gazette. AND DRY-WAYS. Vol. 24.
“A very graphic and effective series of sketches."
Examiner. EDWARDS'S VOYAGE UP THE AMAZON.
THE LIBYAN DESERT. By BAYLE ST. JOHN. “ This book is full of novelty."-Atheneum. WAYSIDE CROSS. By CAPTAIN Milman.
“A most picturesque and agreeable description."
Morning Herald. “A spirited and interesting little story."-Atheneum.
LETTERS FROM SIERRA LEONE. By a Vol. 25.
LADY. ACLAND'S POPULAR ACCOUNT OF
“A most animated and sprightly picture."- John Bull. INDIA. “Must interest all who have friends in India."
Theologian. GLEIG’S LIFE OF SIR THOMAS MUNRO. GLEIG'S CAMPAIGNS AT WASHINGTONI “The highly interesting contents of Mr. Gleig's work."
Quarterly Revier. “The Personal Narrative of an eye-witness.”—Times.
Vol. 36. Price 88. 6d.
MEMOIRS OF SIR FOWELL BUXTON. RUXTON'S ADVENTURES IN MEXICO. By his Son.
“A thoroughly well-written biography.”. “ Full of interest and adventure."-Athenæum.
OLIVER GOLDSMITH. By WASHINGTON
“ This excellent and entertaining life.”.. “A very remarkable work."- Quarterly Review.
* Morning Herald
The “HOME AND COLONIAL LIBRARY" having been sustained during a period of Six years with unabated success, Mr. Murray, anxious to guard against the objection of overloading the subscribers with too large and cumbrous a series of books of one size, decided on concluding the work with its thirty-seventh volume. He is thus enabled to offer to the public a compact and portable work, the bulk of which does not exceed the compass of a single shell, or of one trunk, suited for all classes and all climates-of which the interest, value, and popularity is not likely to be impaired by lapse of time.
At the same time, the large circulation of the “Home and Colonial Library," and the continued demand for back numbers, convince him that there is an unabated desire on the part of the public for reading, at once cheap, popular, and instructive; he is therefore preparing speedily to put forth a New Library, which, though equally portable, shall be even more elegant in typography than the last, and shall surpass, or at least maintain, its literary value and general attraction.
Uniform with the above Series. HUMBOLDT'S COSMOS. (Sabine's authorised Edition.) 3 vols. post 8vo. HUMBOLDT'S ASPECTS OF NATURE. (Sabine's authorised Edition.) 2 vols, post 8vo.
BRADBURY AND EVANS, PRINTERS, WHITEFRIARS.