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HDELABECHE, REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF CORN

wall, DEvoN AND west someRSET. By Henry T. De la Beche, F.R.S., etc., Director-General of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom. Published by Order of the Lords Commissioners of H. M.Treasury. 8vo. with Maps, Woodcuts, and 12 large Plates, 14s. cloth.

DE LA RIVE'S WORK ON ELECTRICITY..—A TREATISE

oN ELECTRicity; its TheoRY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION. By A; De la Rive, of the Academy of Geneva. Illustrated with numerous Wood Engravings. : vols. 8vo. [Nearly ready.

DENNISTOUN.—MEMOIRS OF THE DUKES OF URBINO;

Illustrating the Arms, Arts, and Literature of Italy, from MCCCCXL. to MDCXXX. By James Dennistoun, of Dennistoun. With numerous Portraits, Plates, Fac-similes, and Engravings on Wood. 3 vols. square crown 8vo. 21.8s. cloth.

“The object of these volumes is to combine a general picture % the progress o Italian literature and art under the patronage of the snailer Italian principalities, with a history of the houses of Montefeltro and Della Rovere, so far as they were connected with Urbino. For the erecution of his purpose, Mr. Dennistoun enjoyed numerous advantages. He has resided in Italy for many years, and is well acquainted with the country whose history as a dukedown he intended to relate. Besides the common research in printed volumes, he has gained access to various Italian libraries, including that of Urbino, and examined their manuscripts; and he has closely inspected Undrian art, whether in palatial, nilitary, or ecclesiastical architecture, or in painting. with the appreciation of Italy which such a course of study stimulates and implies, Mr. Dennistoun has good taste, a sound though not always an unbiassed judgment, and a zeal for mediaeval subjects, especially art, almost enthusiastic.” Spectator.

DISCIPLINE.

By the Author of “Letters to my Unknown Friends,” “Twelve Years Ago,” ** Some Passages from Modern History,” and “Letters on Happiness.” Second Edition, enlarged. 18mo. 2s. 6d. cloth.

THE GEOLOGY AND FOSSILS OF THE TERTIARY AND

CRETACEOUS FORMATIONS of SUSSEx. By the late Frederick Dixon, Esq. F.G.S.

The Fossils engraved from Drawings by Messrs. Sowerby, Dinkel, and Erxleben, In, One

}. Volume, with 44 Plates, and many Wood Engravings. Royal 4to. 63s. cloth India roofs, 5l. 5s.

*...* In this Work are embodied the results of many years' Geological and Paleontological Observations by the Author, together with some Remarks on the Archaeology of Sussex. It also includes Descriptions—

Of the Fossil Reptilia, by Prof. Owen, F.R.S.
Of the Echinoderma, by Prof. Edward Forbes, F.R.S.
Of the Crustacea, by Prof. Thomas Bell, Sec. R.S.
Of the Corals, by William Lonsdale, Esq. F.G.S. -
And of the Fossil Shaols, by J. De Carle Sowerby, Esq. F.L.S.

DOUBLEDAY AND HEWITSON'S BUTTERFLIES. — THE

GENERA OF DIURNAL LEPIDOPTERA; comprising their Generic Characters—a Notice of the Habits and Transformations—and a Catalogue of the Species of each Genus. By Edward Doubleday, Esq. F.L.S. etc., late Assistant in the Zoological Department of the British Museum. Continued by J. O. Westwood, Esq. Illustrated with 75 coloured Plates, by W. C. Hewitson, Esq. author of “British Oology.” Imperial 4to., uniform with Gray and Mitchell's “Genera of Birds.”

*...* In course of publication, in Monthly Parts, 5s. each. The publication, which had been suspended for a few months, in consequence of the death of Mr. Doubleday, has been resumed, and will be continued regularly until the completion of the work in about Fifty Parts, of which 41 are now ready.

DRESDEN GALLERY.— THE MOST CELEBRATED PIC

TURES OF THE ROYAL GALLERY at DRESDEN, drawn on Stone, from the Originals, by Franz Hanfstaeng1, with Descriptive and Biographical Notices, in French and German. Nos. I. to LVIII., imperial folio, each containing 3'Plates with accompanying Letter-press, price 20s. to Subscribers; to Non-subscribers, 30s. Single Plates, 12s. each.

*...* To be completed in Two more Numbers, price 20s. each, to Subscribers; Nos. LJ. to LX. containing each 4 Plates and Letterpress.

DUNLOP (JOHN)—THE HISTORY OF FICTION.

Being a Critical Account of the most celebrated Prose Works of Fiction, from the earliest Greek Romances to the Novels of the Present Age. By John Dunlop. New Edition, complete in One Volume. Medium 8vo. 15s. cloth.

10 NEW WORKS AND NEW EDITIONS

EASTLAKE.. — MATERIALS FOR A HISTORY OF OIL

PAINTING... By Charles Lock Eastlake, Esq. P.R.A.F.R.S. F.S.A. Secretary to the Royal
Qommission for Promoting the Fine Arts in connexion with the rebuilding of the Houses of
Parliament, etc. 8vo. 16s. cloth.

*...* Vol. II. On the Italian Practice of Oil Painting, is preparing for publication.

ELMESS THOUGHT BOOK, OR HORAE VACIVAE.

Horae Vacivae: or, a Thought Book of the Wise Spirits of all Ages and all Countries, fit for all Men and all Hours. Collected, Arranged, and Édited by James Elmes, Author of “Memoirs of Sir Christopher Wren,” etc. Feap. 16mo. (printed by C. Whittingham, Chiswick), 4s. 6d. bound in cloth.

THE ENGLISHMAN'S GREEK CONCORDANCE OF THE

NEW TESTAMENT; being an attempt at a Verbal Connexion between the Greek
and the English Texts; including a Concordance to the Proper Names, with Indexes,
Greek-English and English:Greek. Second Edition, carefully revised; with a new index,
Greek and English. Royal 8vo. 42s.

THE ENGLISHMAN'S HEBREW AND CHALDEE CON

CORDANCE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT; being an attempt at a Verbal Connexion between the Original and the English Translations: with Indexes, a List of the Proper Names and their Occurrences, etc. etc. 2 vols. royal 8vo. 31.13s.6d. cloth; large paper, 41.14s.6d.

EPHEMERA.—THE BOOK OF THE SALMON.

In Two Parts. Part I. The Theory, Principles, and Practice of o-off for Salmon;
with Lists of good Salmon Flies for every good River in the Empire.—Part II. the Natural
History of the Salmon, all its known Habits described, and the best way of artificially
Breeding it explained. Usefully illustrated with numerous coloured engravings of Salmon
Flies and Salmon Fry. By Ephemera, Author of “A Hand-Book of Angling;” assisted by
Andrew Young, of Invershin, Manager of the Duke of Sutherland's Salmon Fisheries.
Foolscap 8vo. with coloured Plates, 14s. cloth.

EPHEMERA.—A HAND-BOOK OF ANGLING:

Teaching Fly Fishing, Trolling, Bottom Fishing, and Salmon Fishing. With the Natural
History of River Fish, and the best Modes of Catching them. By Ephemera. New
Edition, enlarged and improved. Foolscap 8vo. with Wood Engravings, 9s. cloth.

ERMAN.—"TRAVELS IN SIBERIA:

Including Excursions Northwards, down the Obi, to the Polar Circle, and Southwards, to the Chinese Frontier. By Adolph Erman. Translated by W. D. Cooley, Fsq. author of “The History of Maritime and Inland Discovery.” 2 vols. 8vo. with Map, 31s. 6d. cloth.

EVANS.—THE SUGAR PLANTER'S MANUAL:

Being a Treatise on the Art of obtaining Sugar from the Sugar Cane. By W. J.Evans, M.D. 8vo. 9s. cloth.

FORBES.—DAHOMEY AND THE DAHOMANS:

Being the Journals of Two Missions to the King of Dahomey, and Residence at his Capital, in the Years 1849 and 1850. By Frederick E. Forbes, Commander, R.N., F.R.G.S.; Author of “Five Years in China.” and “Six Months in the African Blockade.” With 10 Plates printed in colours, and Wood Engravings. 2 vols. post 8vo. 21s. cloth.

FORESTER AND BIDDULPH.—NORWAY IN 1848 & 1849:

Containing Rambles among the Fjelds and Fjords of the Central and Western Districts : and including Remarks on its Political, Military, Ecclesiastical, and Social Organisation. By Thomas Forester, Esq. With Extracts from the Journals of Lieutenant M. S. Biddulph, Royal Artillery. With a new coloured Map, Wood Engravings, and 10 coloured Plates from Drawings made on the Spot. 8vo. 18s, cloth.

FOSS.—THE JUDGES OF ENGLAND:

With Sketches of their Lives, and Miscellaneous Notices connected with the Courts at Westminster from the time of the Conquest. By Edward Foss, F.S.A., of the Inner Temple. Wols. I. and II. 8vo. 28s. cloth.

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FOSTER.—A HAND-BOOK OF MODERN EUROPEAN LITE

RATURE: British, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish and
Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. With a full Biographical and Chronological
Index. By Mrs. Foster. Foolscap 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth.

*...* The object of this book is, not so much to give elaborate criticisms on the various writers in the languages to whose literature it is intended as a guide, as to direct the student to the best writers in each, and to inform him upon what subjects they have written.

GIBBON.—HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF

THE ROMAN EMPIRE. A new Edition, in One Volume; with an Account of the
Author's Life and Writings, by Alexander Chalmers, Esq. F.A.S. 8vo. Portrait, 18s. cloth.

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By James William Gilbart, F.R.S. General Manager of the London and Westminster Bank. 5th Edition, with Portrait of the Author, and View of the “London and Westminster Bank,” Lothbury. 2 vols. 8vo. 24s, cloth.

THE POETICAL WORKS OF OLIVER GOLDSMITH.

Illustrated by Wood Engravings, from Designs by Members of the Etching Club. Edited by Bolton Corney, Esq. so crown 8vo., uniform with Thomson's Seasons illustrated

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By P. H. Gosse, Author of “The Birds of Jamaica,” “Popular British Ornithology," etc.
Post 8vo, with Illustrations printed in colours. [Nearly ready.

GOWER.—THE SCIENTIFIC PHENOMENA OF DOMESTIC

LIFE FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED. By Charles Foote Gower. New Edition. Foolscap 8vo. with Engravings on Wood, 5s. cloth.

GRAHAM.–ENGLISH; OR, THE ART OF COMPOSITION.

Explained in a Series of Instructions and Examples. By G. F. Graham. New Edition, revised and improved. Foolscap 8vo. 6s. cloth.

GRANT (MRS.)—LETTERS FROM THE MOUNTAINS.

Being the Correspondence with her Friends, between the years 1773 and 1803. By Mrs.
Grant, of Laggan. 6th Edition. Edited, with Notes and Additions, by her Son, J. P. Grant,
Esq. 2 vols. post 8vo. 21s. cloth.

GRANT (MRS)—MEMOIR AND CORRESPONDENCE OF

THE LATE MRS. GRANT, of Laggan, author of “Letters from the Mountains,” etc.
Fdited by her Son, J. P. Grant, Esq. New Edition. 3 vols. post 8vo. Portrait, 31s. 6d. cloth.

GRAY AND MITCHELL’S ORNITHOLOGY..—THE GENERA

OF BIRDS: Comprising their Generic Characters, a Notice of the Habits of each Genus, and an extensive List of Species, referred to their several Genera. By George Robert Gray, Acad. Imp. Georg. Florent. Soc. Corresp. Senior Assistant of the Zoological Department, British Museum; and author of the “List of the Genera of Birds,” etc. Illustrated with 350 coloured and plain Plates, drawn on Stone, by David William Mitchell, B.A. 3 vols. imperial 4to. 311.10g. half-bound morocco, gilt tops.

GRAY. —TABLES AND FORMULAE FOR THE COMPUTA

TION OF LIFE CONTINGENCIES, with copious Examples of Annuity, Assurance, and
Friendly Society Calculations. By Peter Gray, F.R.A.S. Associate of the Institute of
Actuaries of Great Britain and Ireland. Royal 8vo. 15s. cloth.

GWILT.—AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ARCHITECTURE;

Historical, Theoretical, and Practical. By Joseph Gwilt. Illustrated with more than One Thousand o: on Wood, from Designs by J. S. Gwilt. Second Edition (1851), with Supplemental View of the Symmetry and Stability of Gothic Architecture: comprising upwards of Fighty additional Woodcuts. 8vo. 52s. cloth.

SUPPLEMENT TO GWILT'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ARCHI

TECTURE. Comprising a View of the Symmetry and Stability of Gothic Architecture; Addenda to the Glossary; and an Index to the entire Work. By Joseph Gwilt. Illustrated with upwards of Eighty Woodcuts by R. Branston. 8vo. 6s. cloth.

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HALL'S (SIDNEY) GENERAL LARGE LIBRARY ATLAS OF

FIFTY-THREE MAPS (size 20 in. by 76 in.), with the Divisions and Boundaries carefully coloured; and an Alphabetical Index of all the Names contained in the Maps, with their Latitude and Longitude. An entirely New Edition, corrected throughout from the best and most recent Authorities; with all the Railways laid down, and many of the Maps redrawn and re-engraved. Colombier 4to. 51.5s. half-bound in russia.

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*...* The Map of England and Wales, contained in “Sidney Hall's large Library Atlas,” rsize 20 in. by 16 in.) corrected and re-engraved, with all the Lines of Railway laid down, may be had separately, price 2s. 6d., coloured and mounted on folding canvas in a case, for the pocket.

HAMILTON.—CRITICAL ESSAYS ON PHILOSOPHY, LITE

RATURE, AND ACADEMICAL REFORM, Contributed to The Edinburgh Review by Sir
William Hamilton, Bart. With additional Notes and Appendices. [In the press.

HARRISON.—ON THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND PRESENT

STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By the Rev. M. Harrison, M.A., late
Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford. Post 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth.

HARRY HIEOWER.—THE HUNTING-FIELD.

By Harry Hieover, Author of “Stable Talk and Table Talk; or, Spectacles for Young
Sportsmen.”. With Two Plates, one representing “The Right Sort ;” the other, “The
Wrong Sort.” Fcap. 8vo. 5s. half bound.

HARRY HIEOWER.—PRACTICAL HORSEMANSHIP.

By Harry Hieover, Author of “Stable Talk and Table Talk; or, Spectacles for Young Sportsmen.” With 2 Plates, one representing “Going like Workmen;” the other, “Going like Muffs.” Foolscap 8vo. 5s. half-bound.

HARRY HIEOVER.—THE STUD, FOR PRACTICAL PUR

POSES AND PRACTICAL MEN; being a Guide to the Choice of a Horse for use more than for show. By Harry Hieover, Author of “StableTalk and Table Talk.” With 2 Plates, one representing “A pretty good sort for most purposes;” the other, “Rayther' a bad sort for any purpose.” Foolscap 8vo. 5s. half-bound.

HARRY HIEOVER.—THE POCKET AND THE STUD;

Or, Practical Hints on the Management of the Stable. By Harry Hiepver, Author of “Stable Talk and Table Talk; or, Spectacles for Young Sportsmen.” With a Portrait of the Author on his favourite Horse “Harlequin.” 2d Edition. Foolscap 8vo. 5s. half-bound.

HARRY HIEOVER.—STABLE TALK AND TABLE TALK:

Or, SPECTACLES for YOUNG SPORTSMEN. By Harry Hieover. New Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. with Portrait, 24s. cloth. ,

HAWKER.—INSTRUCTIONS TO YOUNG SPORTSMEN

In all that relates to Guns and Shooting. By Lieut. Col. P. Hawker, 9th edition, corrected, enlarged, and improved; with Eighty-five Plates and Woodcuts, by Adlard and Branston, from Drawings by C. Warley, Dickes, etc. 8vo. 21s. cloth.

HAYDN.—THE BOOK OF DIGNITIES:

Or, Rolls of the Official Personages of the British Empire, from the Earliest Periods to the Present Time: comprising the Administrations of Great Britian; the Offices of State, and all the Public Departments; the Ecclesiastical Dignitaries; the Functionaries of the ilaw ; the Commanders of the Army, and Navy; and the Hereditary Honours and other Dis. tinctions conferred upon Families aud Public Men. Being a New Edition, improved and continued, of BEATSON'S POLITICAL lNDEX. By Joseph Haydn, Compiler of “The Dictionary of Dates,” and other Works. In One very large Volume, 8vo. [In the Spring.

HEAD.—THE METAMORPHOSES OF APULEIUS:

A Romance of the Second Century. Translated from the Latin by Sir George Head, Author of “A Tour of Many o: in Rome;” Translator of “Historical Memoirs of Cardi. mal Pacca.” Post 8vo. 12s., cloth.

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HEAD.—HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF CARDINAL PACCA,

Prime Minister to Pope Pius VII. Written by Himself... Translated from the Italian, by Sir
George Head, author of “Rome: a Tour of Many Days.” 2 vols. post 8vo. 2 is. cloth.

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By Sir John F. W. Herschel, Bart. etc. New Edition; with Plates and Engravings on Wood.
Svo. 18s. cloth.

MRS. HEY.—THE MORAL OF FLOWERS:

Qr, Thoughts gathered from the Field and the Garden. By Mrs. Hey. Being a New
Edition of “The Moral of Flowers;” and consisting of Poetical Thoughts on Garden and
Field Flowers, accompanied by Drawings beautifully coloured after Nature. Square crown
8vo. uniform in size with Thomson's Seasons illustrated by the Etching Club, 21s. cloth.

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Or, the Spirit of the Woods. By Mrs. Hey. Being a New Edition of “The Spirit of the Woods;” and consisting of Poetical Thoughts on Forest Trees, accompanied by Drawings of Blossoms and Foliage, beautifully coloured after Nature. Square crown 8vo. uniform in size with Thomson's Seasons illustrated by the Etching Club, 21s. cloth.

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TION OF THE GRAPE VINE ON OPEN WALLS. By Clement Hoare. New Edition. 8vo. 7s.6d. cloth.

LORD HOLLAND’S FOREIGN REMINISCENCES.–FOREIGN

REMINISCENCES. By Henry Richard Lord Holland. Comprising Anecdotes, and an
Account of such, Persons and Political Intrigues in Foreign Countries as have fallen
within his Lordship's Observation. Edited by his Son, Henry Edward Lord Holland.
With Fac-simile. Post Svo. 10s. 6d.

HOOK (DR. W. F.)—THE LAST DAYS OF OUR LORD's

MINISTRY; A Course of Lectures on the principal Events of Passion Week. By Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., Vicar of Leeds, Prebendary of Lincoln, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. New Edition. Foolscap Svo. 6s. cloth.

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§o the Phaenogamous or Flowering Plants, and the Ferns. The Sixth Edition (1850), with Additions and Corrections, and numerous Figures, illustrative of the Umbelliferous Plants, the Composite Plants, the Grasses, and the Ferns. By Sir W. J. Hooker, F.R.A. and L.S. etc., and G. A. Walker Arnott, LL.D. F.L.S. and R.S. Ed. ; Regius Professor of Botany in the University of Glasgow. In Oue very thick Volume, 12mo. with 12 Plates, 14s. cloth; or with the Plates coloured, price 21s.

HORNE (THE REV. T. H.)—AN INTRODUCTION TO THE

CRITICAL STUDY AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. By the Rev. Thomas Hartwell Horne, B.D. of St. John's College, Cambridge. New Edition, revised and corrected. 5 vols. 8vo. with Maps and Fuc-similes, 3!. 3s, cloth; or 5l. bound in calf by Hayday.

HORNE (THE REV. T. H.)—A COMPENDIOUS INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE. By the Rev. Thomas Hartwell Horne, B.D. of St. John's College, Cambridge. Being an Analysis of his “Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures.” New Edition. 12mo. with Maps and Engravings, 9s. boards.

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