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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 pearly 150,000 Places contained in this Atlas. Imperial folio, half-bound in russia or mo
rocco, £5, 15s, 6d. (Dedicated by permission to Her Majesty.) "No one can look through Mr Keith Johnston's new Atlas without seeing that it is the best which has ever beca published in this country." -The Times
** Of the many noble atlases prepared by Mr Johnston and published by Messrs Blackwood & Sons, this Royal Atlas will be the most useful to the public, and will deserve to be the most popular."-Athenarum.
"We know no series of maps which we can more warmly recommend. The accuracy, wherever we have attempted to put it to the test, is really astonishing"- Saturday Revitar
"The culmination of all attempts to depict the face of the world appears in the Royal Atlas, than which it is impossible to conceive anything more perfect."- Morning Herald
"This is, beyond question, the most splendid and luxurious, as well as the most useful and complete. of all existing atlases "-Guardian.
* There has not, we believe, been produced for general public use a body of maps equal in beauty and completeness to the Royal Atlas just issued by Mr A. K Johnston."-Eruminer.
"An almost daily reference to, and comparison of it with others, since the publication of the first part sour.e two years ago until now, enables us to say, without the slightest hesitation, that this is by far tt most complete and authentic stlas that has yet been issued." -soutsman.
** Beyond doubt the greatest geographical work of our time."-Museum.
Being an Index to nearly ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY TROUSAND NAMES OF PLACES, &c. ; with their LATITUDES and LONGITUDES as given in KEITH JOHNSTON'S ROYAL ATLAS;' together with the COUNTRIES and SUBDIVISIONS OF THE COUNTRIES in which they are situated. Inl vol, large 8vo., 21s,
A NEW MAP OF EUROPE.
By A. KEITH JOHNSTON, F.R.S.E. Size, 4 feet 2 inches by 3 fee5
inches. Cloth Case, 21s. ATLAS OF SCOTLAND.
31 Maps of the Counties of Scotland, coloured. Bound in roan, price 10s. 6d.
Each County may be bad separately, in Cloth Case, ls. KEITH JOHNSTON'S SCHOOL ATLASES:
GENERAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GEOGRAPHY, exhibiting the Actual and Com
parative Extent of all the Countries in the World, with their present
Index. 26 Maps. Half-bound, 128. 6d.
Elementary Facts of Geology, Hydrology, Meteorology, and Natural
Geological Maps of Europe and of the British Isles. Half-bound, 128. 60.
of all the important Countries and Localities referred to by Classical Authors ; accompanied by a pronouncing Index of Places, by T. HARVEY,
M.A. Oxon. A New and Revised Edition. Half-bound, 128. 6d. ASTRONOMY. Edited by J. R. Hinn, Esq., F.R.A.S., &c. Notes and
Descriptive Letterpress to each Plate, embodying all recent Discoveries
in Astronomy. 18 Maps. Half-bound, 12s. 6d. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATLAS or 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 saine Author in advance of those that preceded them."-Educational Times.
“Decidedly the best school Atlases we have ever seen"-English 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 the Globe. By the REV, ALEX, MACKAY, F.R.G.S. With Index. 78. 6d., bound in leather.
THE BOOK OF THE FARM.
Detailing the Labours of the Farmer, Farm-Steward, Ploughman, Shepherd, Hedger, Cattle-man, Field-worker, and Dairyniaid, and forming 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. "The best book I have ever met with." - Professor Johnston. "We have thoroughly examined these volumes; but to give a full notice of their varied and valuablo contents would occupy a larger space than we can conveniently devote to their discussion; we therefore, in general terms, commend them to the careful study of every young man who wishes to become a good practical farmer."--Times.
One of the completest works on agriculture of which our literature can boast."- Agricultural Gasette.
THE BOOK OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES.
By JAMES SLIGHT and R. SCOTT BURN. Edited by HENRY STEPHENS, F.R.S.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. ERSE and R. SCOTT BURN. Royal 8vo, with 1045 Illustrations. Uniform with the Book of the Farm.' Half-bound, £1, lls. 6d.
THE BOOK OF THE GARDEN.
By CHARLES M'INTOSH. In 2 large vols. royal 8vo, embellished with 1353 Engravings.
Each Volume may be had separately-viz.:
Construction, Heating, and Ventilation of Fruit and Plant Houses,
Illustrated by 1073 Engravings, pp. 766. £2, 10s.
Garden, the Hardy-fruit Garden, the Forcing Garden, and Flower
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PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF FARM BOOK-KEEPING:
Being that recomipended in the Book of the Farm' by H. STEPHENS. Royal 8vo, 2s.6d. Also, SEVEN I'olio ACCOUNT-BOOKS, rrinted and ruled in accordance with the System, the whole being specially adapted for keeping, by an easy and accurate method, an account of all the transactions of the Farm. A detailed Prospectus may be had from the Publishers. Price of the complete set of Eight Books, £1, 4s. 6d. Also, A LABOUR ACCOUNT OF
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AINSLIE'S TREATISE ON LAND-SURVEYING.
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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 the English language."--Gardeners' Chronicle.
HANDBOOR OF THE MECHANICAL ARTS,
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PROFESSOR JOHNSTON'S WORKS:
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INSTP.UCTIONS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF Soils. Fourth Edition, 28.
Shown by means of Tables and Diagrams. By JAMES RAIT, Land-Steward
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OLD SERIES, 1828 to 1843, 21 vols. . . . £3 3 0
THE RURAL ECONOMY OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND
IRELAND. By LEONCE DE LAVERGNE. Translated from the French.
With Notes by a Scottish Fariner. In 8vo, 12s. "One of the best works on the philosophy of agriculture and of agricultural political economy that has appeared."-Spectator.
DAIRY MANAGEMENT AND FEEDING OF MILCH COWS:
Being the recorded Experience of MRS AGNES SCOTT, Winkston, Peebles.
Second Edition. Feap., 1s.
A Report addressed to the Hon. the Court of Directors of the East India
A Series of Designs for Farm Houses, Farm Steadings, Factors' Houses, and
Being a Detailed Account of the Method of Cultivation which has been suc-
A MANUAL OF PRACTICAL DRAINING.
By HENRY STEPHENS, F.R.S.E., Author of the
Book of the Farin.
A CATECHISM OF PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE.
By HENRY STEPHENS, F.RS.E., Author of the Book of the Farm,' &c. In crown 8vo, with Illustrations, ls.
HANDY BOOK ON PROPERTY LAW.
By LORD ST LEONARDS. The Seventh Edition. To which is now added a Letter on the New Laws for obtaining an Indefeasible Title. With a Por
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THE PLANTER'S GUIDE.
By SiR HENRY STEUART. A New Edition, with the Author's last Additions and Corrections. Svo, with Engravings, 21s.
A Treatise on the Management of Horses. By JOHN STEWART, V.S.
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ADVICE TO PURCHASERS OF HORSES.
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A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON TAE CULTIVATION OF THE
GRAPE VINE. By WILLIAM THOMSON, Gardener to His Grace the
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THE CHEMISTRY OF VEGETABLE AND ANIMAL PHYSI.
OLOGY. By DR J. G. MULDER, Professor of Chemistry in the University of Utrecht With an Introduction and Notes by Professor JOHNSTON. 22 Plates. 8vo, 80s.
THE MOOR AND THE LOCH.
Containing Minute Instructions in all Highland Sports, with Wanderings over Crag and Correi, Flood and Fell. By JOHN COLQUHOUN, Esq. Third Edition. 8vo, with Illustrations, 123. od.
SALMON-CASTS AND STRAY SHOTS :
Being Fly-Leaves from the Note-Book of JOHN COLQUHOUN, Esq.,
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THE ANGLER'S COMPANION TO THE RIVERS AND LOCHS
OF SCOTLAND. By T. T. STODDART. With Map of the Fishing Streams and Lakes of Scotland. Second Edition, Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.
Indispensable in all time to come, as the very strength and grace of an angler's tackle and oquipment in Scotland, must and will be STODDART S ANGLER'S COMPANION,"_Blackwood's Magasine.
RELIGION IN COMMON LIFE:
A Sermon preached in Crathie Church, October 14, 1855, before Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Albert. By the Rev. JOAN CAIRD, D.D. Published by Her Majesty's Command. Bound in cloth, 8d. Cheap Edition, 8d.
By the REV. JOHN CAIRD, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow, and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains for Scotland. In crown 8vo, 5s. This Edition includes the Sermon on Religion in Common Life,' preached in Crathie Church, Oct. 1855, before Her Majesty the Queen and the late
Prince Consort. " They are noble sermons; and we are not sure but that, with the cultivated reader, they will pain rather than lose by being read, not heard. There is a thoughtfulness and depth about them which can hardly be appreciated, unless when they are studied at leisure; and there are so many sentences so felici tously expressed that we should grudge being hurried away from them by a rapid speaker, without being allowed to enjoy them a second time."-Truser's Magasinud.
THE BOOK OF JOB.
By the late Rev. GEORGE CROLY, LL.D., Rector of St Stephen's, Walbrook With a Memoir of the Author by his Son. Fcap. 8vo, 4s.
LECTURES IN DIVINITY.
By the late Rev. GEORGE HILL, D.D., Principal of St Mary's College, St
Andrews. Stereotyped Edition. 8vo, 14s. "I am not sure if I can recommend a more complete manual of Divinity."-Dr Chalmers.
THE MOTHER'S LEGACIE TO HER UNBORNE CHILDE.
By MRS ELIZABETH JOCELINE. Edited by the Very Rev. Principal
LEE 32mo, 4s. 6d. * This beautiful and touching legacie." -Atheneum. “A delightful monument of the piety and high feeling of a truly noble mother." -Morning Advertiser.
ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE
HEBREW TEXT OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS. Preceded by a Hebrew Grammar, and Dissertations on the Genuineness of the Pentateuch, and on the Structure of the Hebrew Language. By the Rev. WILLIAM PAUL, A.M. 8vo, 18s.
PRAYERS FOR SOCIAL AND FAMILY WORSHIP.
Prepared by a CoMMITTEE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, and specially designed for the use of Soldiers, Sailors, Colonists, Sojourners in India, and other Persons, at Home or Abroad, who are deprived of the Ordinary Services of a Christian Ministry. Published by Authority of the Committee. Third Edition. In crown 8vo, bound in cloth, 48.
PRAYERS FOR SOCIAL AND FAMILY WORSHIP.
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THE CHRISTIAN LIFE,
In its Origin, Progress, and Perfection. By the VERY REV. E. B. RAMSAY, LL.D., F.R.S.E., Dean of the Diocese of Edinburgh. Crown 8vo, As.
THEISM: THE WITNESS OF REASON AND NATURE TO
AN ALL-WISE AND BENEFICENT CREATOR. By the REV. JOHN TULLOCH, D.D., Principal and Professor of Theology, St Mary's College, St Andrews; and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains in Ordinary in Scotland. In 1 vol. 8vo, 10s. 6d.
O. THE ORIGIN AND CONNECTION OF THE GOSPELS
OF MATTHEW, MARK, AND LUKE: With Synopsis of Parallel Passages, and Critical Notes. By JAMES SMITH, Esq. of Jordanhill, F.R.S., Anthoi of the Voyage and Shipwreck of St Paul.' Medium 8vo, 16s.