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HARRISON.—ON THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND PRESENT STRUCTURE
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HAWBUCK GRANGE;

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HAWKER.-INSTRUCTIONS TO YOUNG SPORTSMEN

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HAYDON <B. R.)—LECTURES ON PAINTING AND DESIGN,

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HINTS ON ETIQUETTE AND THE USAGES OF SOCIETY:

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HOOK (DR. W. F.)-THE LAST DAYS OF OUR LORD'S MINISTRY;

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HOOKER.—KEW GARDENS;

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HOOKER.—THE BRITISH FLORA.

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HORNE (THE REV. T. H.)-A COMPENDIOUS INTRODUCTION TO THE

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H0WSON AND CONYBEARE—THE LIFE AND EPISTLES OF ST.

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HUDSON.—PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING WILLS

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HUMPHREYS.—A RECORD OF THE BLACK PRINCE;

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HUNT.—RESEARCHES ON LIGHT:

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JEBB (BISHOP) AND KNOX (ALEXANDER).—THIRTY YEARS'

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JEBB.—A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF THE BOOK OF PSALMS;

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KINDERSLEY.—THE VERY JOYOUS, PLEASANT, AND REFRESHING

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KIRBY AND SPENCE.—AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY;

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LAING.—A TOUR IN SWEDEN

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