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HOWITT–THE CHILDREN'S YEAR.
By Mary Howitt. with Four Illustrations, engraved by John Absolon, from Original
Being the real Life of a Country Boy, written by Himself: o all the Amusements, Pleasures, and Pursuits of §4. in the Country. Edited by William Howitt, author of • ‘The Rural Life of England,” etc. New Edition. "Feap. 8vo. with 40 Woodcuts, 6s. cloth.
HOWITT-VISITS TO REMARKABLE PLACES;
Old Halls, Battle-Fields, and Scenes illustrative of Striking *:: in English History and
SECOND SERIES, chiefly in the Counties of DURHAM and NORTHUMBERLAND, with a Stroll along the BORDER. With upwards of 40 highly-finished Woodcuts, from Drawings made on the spot. Medium 8vo. 21s. cloth.
HOWITT.--THE RURAL LIFE OF ENGLAND.
By William Howitt. New Edition, corrected and revised. With Engravings on Wood by
Twelve Short Sermons for Family Reading. 1. The Presence of Christ; 2. Inward and Outward Life; 3. The Threefold Warning; 4. Our Father’s Business; 5. Spiritual Murder; 6. The Duty of Amiability; 7. Honesty and Candour; 8. St. Peter and Cornelius; 9. The Midnight Traveller; 10. St. Andrew; li. The Grave of Lazarus; 12. The Resurrection of the Body. By the Rev. J. S. Howson, M.A., Principal of the Collegiate Institution, Liverpool, and Chaplain to the Duke of Sutherland. Foolscap 8vo.2s. 6d. cloth.
HOWSON AND CONY BEARE.—THE LIFE AND EPISTLES
OF SAINT PAUL. By the Rev. J. S. Howson, M.A., and the Rev. W. J. Conybeare, M.A. 2 vols. 4to. illustrated by W. H. Bartlett. [See p. 8.
In conformity with the Law, and particularly with reference to the Act 7 Wm. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 26. To which is added, a clear Exposition of the Law relating to the Distribution of Personal Estate in the case of Intestacy; with two Forms of Wills, and much useful Information, etc. By J. C. Hudson, Esq. New Edition, corrected. Feap. 8vo.2s. 6d. cloth.
HUMBOLDT-ASPECTS OF NATURE,
In Different Lands and Different Climates, with Scientific Elucidations. By Alexander Von Humboldt. Translated, with the Author's sanction and co-operation, and at his express *:::: by Mrs. Sabine. 16mo. 6s, cloth; or in 2 vols. 3s.6d. each cloth; 2s. 6d. each sewed.
A Classified Selection of Similes, Definitions, Descriptious, and other remarkable Passages in Shakspeare's Plays, and Poems. . With an elaborately illuminated Border in the characteristic Style of the Elizabethan Period, and other Embellishments; bound in very massive carved and pierced covers, containing in deep relief a medallion Head of Shakspeare. The Illuminations and Ornaments designed and executed by Henry Noel Humphreys, Illumina. tor of “A Record of the Black Prince,” etc. Square post 8vo. [Nearly ready.
HUMPHREYS.—A RECORD OF THE BLACK PRINCE;
Being a Selection of such Passages in his Life as have been most quaintly and strikingly narrated by the Chroniclers of the Period. Embellished with §§§. Miniatures and Borderings, selected from various Illuminated MSS. referring to Events connected with English History. By Henry Noel Humphreys. Post 8vo. in a richly carved and deeply pierced binding, 21s.
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HUMPHREYS.—THE BOOK OF RUTH.
From the Holy Scriptures. Embellished with brilliant coloured Borders, selected from some of the finest Illuminated MSS. in the British Museum, the Bibliothèque Nationale, | • Paris, the Soane Museum, etc.; and with highly-finished Miniatures. The Illumination;
executed by Henry Noel Humphreys. Square foo}scap 8vo. in deeply embossed leather covers, 21s.
HUMPHREYS.--MAXIMS AND PRECEPTS OF THE SAVIOUR:
Being a Selection of the most beautiful Christian, Precepts contained in the Four Gospels; illustrated by a series of Illuminations of original character, founded on the Passages— * Behold the Fowls of the Air," etc., “Consider the Lilies of the Field,” etc. "The
Illuminations executed by Henry Noel Humphreys. Square foolscap 8vo. 21s. righly bound in stamped calf; or 30s. in morocco, by Hayday.
HUMPHREYS.—THE MIRACLES OF OUR SAVIOUR.
With rich, and appropriate Borders of original Design, a series of Illuminated Figures of the Apostles from the Old Masters, six Illuminated Miniatures, and other Embellishments. The Illuminations executed by Henry Noel Humphreys. Square foolscap 8vo. in massive carved covers, 21s.; or bound in morocco, by Hayday,30s.
HUMPHREYS.–PARABLES OF OUR LORD.
Richly Illuminated, with appropriate Borders, printed in colours, and in black and gold; with a Design from one of the early German Engravers. The Illuminatious executed by
Henry Noel Humphreys. Square foolscap 8vo. 21.s. in massive carved covers; or 30s. bound in morocco.
HUMPHREYS AND JONES.—THE ILLUMINATED BOOKS
OF THE MIDDLE AGES : a series of Fac-similes of the most beautiful MSS. of the Middle Ages, printed in gold, silver, and colours, by Owen Jones; selected and described by Henry Noel Humphreys. Elegantly bound in antique calf. Royal folio, 101.10s.; imperial
folio (large paper), 16l. 16s.
HUNT.—RESEARCHES ON LIGHT:
An Examination of all the Phenomena connected with the Chemical and Molecular Changes produced by the Influence of the Solar Rays; embracing, all the known Photographic Provesses, and new Discoveries in the Art. By Robert Hunt, Keeper of Mining Records, Museum of Practical Geology. 8vo. with Plate and Woodcuts, 10s.6d. cloth.
MRS. JAMESON'S LEGENDS OF THE MONASTIC ORDERS
As represented in the Fine Arts. Containing St. Benedict and the early Benedictines in Italy, France, Spain, and Flanders; the Benedictines in England and in Germany; the Reformed Benedictines; early Royal Saints connected with the Benedictine Order; the Augustines; Orders derived from the Augustine Rule ; the Mendicant Orders; the Jesuits; and the Order of the Visitation of St. Mary. Forming the SEcoSD SERIEs of Sacred and Legendary Art. With Eleven Etchings by the Author, and 84 Woodcuts. Square crown 8vo. 28s, cloth.
MRS. JAMESON'S SACRED AND LEGENDARY ART:
Or, Legends of the Saints and Martyrs. FIRST SERIEs. ... Containing, Legends of the
MRS. JAMESON'S LEGENDS OF THE MADONNA,
As represented in the Fine Arts. Forming the THIRD and concluding SERIEs of Sacred and i.egendary Art. . By Mrs. Jameson, Author. of “Characteristics of Women,” etc. With Eichings by the Author, and Engravings on Wood. Square crown 8vo.
[In the press.
JARDINE.—A TREATISE OF EQUIVOCATION.
Wherein is largely discussed the question Whether a Catholicke or any other Person before a magistrate, * demanded upon his Oath whether a Preiste were in such a place, may (notwithstanding his perfect knowledge to the contrary) without Perjury, and securely in conscience, answer No: with this secret meaning reserved in his mynde ...That he was not there, so that any man is bounde to detect it., Edited from the Original Manuscript in the Bodleian Library, by David Jardine, of the Middle Temple, Esq., Barrister at Law; Author of the “Narrative of the Gunpowder Treason,” prefixed to his edition of the “Criminal
Trials.” [In the press.
JEFFREY (LORD).—CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EDINBURGH
REVIEW. By Francis Jeffrey, late One of the Judges in the Court of Session in Scotland.
BISHOP JEREMY TAYLOR'S ENTIRE WORKS:
With the Life by Bishop Heber. Revised and corrected by the Rev. Charles Page Eden, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Vols. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. and VIII. 8vo. 10s. 6d. each, cloth. •,• In course of publication in 10 vols. price half-a-guinea each. Vol. I. (the last in order of publication) will contain Bishop Heber's Life of Jeremy. Taylor, eatended by the Editor. [Vol. IX. is in the press.
READINGS FOR EVERY DAY IN LENT.
Compiled from the Writings of Bishop o; Taylor. By the Author of “Amy Herbert,”
JOHNSON.— THE WISDOM OF THE RAMBLER, ADVEN
TURER, AND IDLER. Comprising a Selection of 110 of the best Essays. By Samuel
JOHNSON.—THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA,
And D1CTIONARY of RURAL AFFAIRS: .# all the recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry; adapted to the comprehension of unscientific Readers. By Cuthbert W. Johnson, Esq., F.R.S. Barrister-at-Law, Editor of the “Farmers' Almanack,” etc. 8vo. with Wood Engravings, 21. 10s. cloth.
JOHNSTON.—A NEW DICTIONARY OF GEOGRAPHY,
Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical; §§§ a complete General Gazetteer of the World. By Alexander Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E. F.R.G.S. F.G.S.; Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty; Author of “The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena.” In One very large Volume of 1,440 pages, comprising nearly Fifty Thousand Names of Places. 8vo. 36s... cloth.; or strongly half-bound in russia, with flexible back, price 41s.
KAY.—THE SOCIAL CONDITION AND EDUCATION OF
THE PEOPLE IN ENGLAND AND EUROPE: shewing the results of the Primary schools and of the Division of Landed Property in Foreign Countries. By Joseph Kay, Esq. M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge; Barrister-at-Law; and late Travelling Bachelor of the University of Cambridge. 2 thick vols. post 8vo. 21s, cloth.
KEMBLE.—THE SAXONS IN ENGLAND:
A History of the English Commonwealth till the period of the Norman Conquest. By John
KINDERSLEY. – THE VERY JOYOUS, PLEASANT AND
REFRESHING HISTORY of the Feats, Exploits, Triumphs, and Achievements of the Good
KIRBY AND SPENCE.-AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTO
MOLOGY, Or, Elements of the Natural History of Insects: comprising an account of noxious and useful Insects, of their Metamorphoses, Food, Stratagems, Habitations, Societies, Motions, Noises, Hybernation, Instinct, etc. By W. Kirby, M.A. F.R.S. & L.S. Rector of Barham; and W. Spence, Esq., F.R.S. & L.S. New Edition, enlarged. is vols. 8vo. 31.s. 6d. cloth.
L. E. L.—THE POETICAL WORKS OF LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDON : Comprising the IMPROVISATRICE, the VENETIAN, BRACELET, the GoLDEN VIOLET, the TROUBA DOUR, and other Poetical Remains. New Edition uniform with Moore's Songs, Ballads, and Sacred Songs; with 2 Vignettes by Richał Doyle. 2 vols, 16mo. 10s. cloth; morocco, 21s.
LAING.—OBSERVATIONS ON THE SOCIAL AND POLI
TICAL STATE OF THE EUROPEAN PEOPLE IN 1848 AND 1849; being the Second Series of “Notes of a Traveller.” By Samuel Laing, Esq., author of “A Journal of a Resi: dence in Norway,” “A Tour in Sweden,” the Translation of “The Heimskringla,” and of o of a Traveller on the Social and Political State of France, Prussia,” etc., 8vo. 14s. cloth.
LATHAM.—ON DISEASES OF THE HEART.
Lectures on Subjects connected with Clinical Medicine; comprising Diseases of the Heart. By P. M. Latham, M.D. Physician Extraordinary to the Queen; and late Physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. New Edition. 2 vols. 12mo. 16s. cloth.
Or, the Art of Collecting, Preparing, and Mounting Objects of Natural History. For the use of Museums and Travellers. By Mrs. R. Lee. New Edition, improved; with an account of a Visit to Walton Hall, and Mr. Waterton's Method of Preserving Animals. Feap. 8vo. with Woodcuts, 7s.
LEE.—ELEMENTS OF NATURAL HISTORY: OR, FIRST
PRINCIPLES OF ZOOLOGY. For the Use of Schools and Young Persons: comprising the Principles of Classification, interspersed with amusing and instructive Accounts of the most remarkable Animals. By Mrs. R. Lee. New Edition, revised and enlarged; with numerous additional Woodcuts. Foolscap 8vo. 7s.6d. cloth.
LETTERS ON HAPPINESS, ADDRESSED TO A FRIEND.
By the Authoress of “Letters to My Unknown Friends,”, “Twelve Years Ago, a Tale,” “Some Passages from Modern History,” and “Discipline.” Foolscap 8vo. 6s, cloth.
By Prof. J. Lindley, Ph.D., F.R.S.L.S. etc. New Edition, with Corrections and numerous Additions. 2 vols. 8vo. with Six Plates and numerous Woodcuts, 24s. cloth.
“Were the prize of song to be awarded by our arbitration between the competing Minstrels of Isis and Cam, we should be as much puzzled as Virgil's Shepherd, and like him we should have to pronounce a special verdict i. et tu dignus, et hic. . For, if in the Arundines jo more of airiness and variety, the Anthologia is not inferior in poetical spirit; while in classical purity and correctness it has perhaps a slight advantage.”—Christian Remembrancer.
LORIMER.—LETTERS TO A YOUNG MASTER MARINER
On some Subjects connected with his Calling. By the late Charles Lorimer. A New Edition. Foolscap 8vo. 5s. 6d. cloth.
LOUDON.—"THE AMATEUR GARDENER'S CALENDAR:
Being a Monthly Guide, as to what should be avoided as well as what should be done in a Garden in each Month: with plain Rules how to do what is requisite ; Directions for laying out and planting Kitchen and Flower Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, and Shrubberies; and a short account, in each Month, of the Quadrupeds, Birds, and Insects, then most injurious to * Gardens. By Mrs. Loudon. 16mo. with numerous Wood Engravings, 7s.6d. cloth.
Foresters, Bailiffs, Land Stewards, and Farmers; in Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geometry, Mensuration, Practical Trigonometry, Mechanics, Land-Surveying, Levelling, Planning and Mapping, Architectural Drawing, and Isometrical Projection and Perspective ; with Examples she wing their applications to Horticultural and Agricultural Purposes. With a Portrait of Mr. Loudon, and a Memoir by Mrs. Loudon. 8vo, with Wood Engravings, 7s.6d. cloth.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF TREES AND SHRUBS:
Being the Arboretum et Fruticetun Britannicum abridged: containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Great Britain, Native and Foreign, scientifically and popularly described:
with their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts. 8vo. with upwards of 2,000 Engravings on Wood, 21.10s. cloth.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF GARDENING:
Çomprising the Theory and, Practice of Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture, and Jandscape Gardening: including all the latest Improvements; a General History of Gardening in all Countries; and a Statistical View of its Present State; with Suggestions for its Future Progress in the British Isles. By J. C. Loudon, F.L.S. H.S., etc. TIlustrated with many hundred Engravings on Wood by Branston. An entirely New Edition (1850), cor
rected throughout and considerably improved by Mrs. Loudon. In One large Volume, 8vo. 50s. cloth.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AGRICULTURE:
Comprising the Theory and Practice of the Valuation, Transfer, Laying-out, Improvement, and Management of Landed Property, and of the cultivation and economy of the Animal and Vegetable Productions of Agriculture, including all the latest improvements. Fifth Edition; with upwards of 1,100 Engravings on Wood by Branston. 8vo. 21.10s. cloth.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF PLANTS: Including all the Plants which are now found in, or have been introduced into, Great Britain giving their Natural History, accompanied by such Descriptions, Engraved Figures, and Elementary Details, as may enable a beginner, who is a mere English reader, to discover the name of every Plant which he may find in flower, and acquire all the information respecting it which is useful and interesting. By J. C. Loudon, F.L.S., etc. The Specific Characters by an Eminent Botanist; the Drawings by J. D. C. i`W F.L.S. A new Edition, with a new Supplement and a new Index. 8vo, with nearly 10,000 Wood Engravings, 73s.6d. cloth.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF COTTAGE, FARM, AND
VILLA AltGHITECTURE and FURNITURE. Containing Designs for Cottages, Villas, Farm Houses, Farmeries, Country inns, Public Houses, Parochial Schools, etc.; with the requisite Fittings-up, Fixtures, and Furniture, and appropriate Offices, Gardens, and Garden Scenery: each Design accompanied by Analytical and Critical Remarks. By J.C. Loudon,
F.L.S. etc. New Edition, Edited by Mrs. Loudon. 8vo. with more than 2,000 Engravings on Wood, 63s. cloth.
LOUDON'S HORTUS BRITANNICUS;
Or, Catalogue of all the Plants indigenous to, cultivated in, or introduced into Britain. An entirely New Edition (1850), corrected throughout: with a Supplement, including all the New Plants down to March, 1850; and a New General Index to the whole Work: Edited by Mrs. Loudon; assisted by W. H. Baxter, Esq. and David Wooster. 8vo. 31.s. 6d.
SUPPLEMENT TO LOUDON'S HORTUS BRITANNICUS;
Including all the Plants introduced into Britain, all the newly discovered British Species and all the kinds originated in British Gardens, up to March 1850. With a new Generai Index to the whole work, including the supplement. , Prepared by W. H. Baxter, Esq.; assisted by D. Wooster, under the direction of Mrs. Loudon. 8vo. 14s, cloth.
LOW. ON LANDED PROPERTY, AND THE ECONOMY OF
ESTATES: Comprehending the Relations between Landlord and Tenant, and the Principles and Forms of. Leases; of Farm Buildings, Enclosures, Drains, Embankments, Roads, and other Rural Works, Minerals, and Woods. By David Low, Esq. F.R.S.E. etc., author
of “Elements of Practical Agriculture,” etc. 8vo. with numerous Wood Engravings, 21s. cloth.
LOW.—ELEMENTS OF PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE:
Comprehending the Cultivation of Plants, the Husbandry of the Domestic Animals, and the Economy of the Farin. By David Low, Esq., F.R.S.E., Professor of Agriculture in the Uni
versity of Edinburgh. New Edition; with an entirely new set of above 200 Woodcuts. 8vo. 21s. cloth.
MACAULAY-CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL ESSAYS CON_
TRIBUTED TO THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. By Thomas Babington Macaulay. New Edition, complete in One Volume; with Portrait by E.U. Eddis, engraved in line by G. W.