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COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
General, Theological, historical, artistic,
Educational, and Juvenile.
TO WHICH IS APPENDED
A SEPARATE LIST OF THE VOLUMES INCLUDED IN
GEORGE BELL AND SONS,
YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.
For Catalogue of Bohn's Libraries see after page 110.
GEORGE BELL & SONS
Recent and forthcoming Publications.
ARITHMETIC. With Examination Papers and nearly 8000 Examples.
By Charles Pendlebury, M.A., F.R.A.S., Senior Mathematical Master of
6d. BANISTER (H. C.) LECTURES ON MUSICAL ANALYSIS. By
H. C. Banister, Professor of Harmony and Composition at the Royal
Academy of Music, at the Guildhall School of Music, &c. [In the press.
PAINTERS AND ENGRAVERS. With a List of Ciphers, Monograms,
[Part VII. immediately.
Monetary Laws and Systems of various States since the Dark Ages, and
[In the press.
Newly translated from the original Text, with numerous Riders and
College, Barbados. Crown 8vo. 45. 6d.
Trade Depression - Gold Supply, the Rate of Discount and Prices — The
Society. Demy 8vo. 145.
[Book XXII. in the press.
By the late H. A. J. Munro, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Text, and Notes, 18s. Vol. III. Translation, 6s.
PHILOLOGY, for Use in Schools. By A. C. Price, M.A., Assistant Master at
Leeds Grammar School, late Scholar of Pembroke College, Oxford. [Shortly.
and Practical. By the Rev. M. F. Sadler, Rector of Honiton, Prebendary of
[In the press.
By William Sharp, M.D., F.R.S. Demy Svo. 6s.
Julius Stinde. Translated from the Forty-ninth Edition of the German by
Our author has singled out one tiny group for study of an almost scientific accuracy
a Complete Catalogue of Works
GEORGE BELL & SONS.
ACHILLES TATIUS. Translated. 55.—See Greek Romances, BOHN'S
ADAMS (Dr. E.) THE ELEMENTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By Ernest Adams, Ph.D. 21st edition. Post Svo. 45. 6d.
THE RUDIMENTS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND ANALYSIS. 16th thousand. Fcap. 8vo. 2s.
(H. G. and H. B.) THE SMALLER BRITISH BIRDS.-Sec NAT. HIST. LIB.
(L. E.) A CONCISE SYSTEM OF PARSING. By Lionel E. Adams, B.A., London. Fcap. 8vo. Is. 68.
BRITISH LAND AND FRESHWATER SHELLS. The Collector's Manual. Containing Figures and Descriptions of every Species, an Account of their Habits, Localities, &c. By Lionel Ernest Adams, B.A. Illustrated by G. W. Adams and the Author. Crown 8vo. 55. 61. ; with coloured plates,
'Young conchologists are likely to find this little Manual, which is the work of an experienced collector, of much service in determining and classifying their treasures. ... The descriptions are supplemented by a series of excellent figures.'-Athenæum.
One of the best and most intelligible Manuals, in a moderate compass, on our “ British Land and Freshwater Shells" that have so far appeared.'-Knouledge.
ADDISON'S WORKS. 6 vols. 35. 6d. each.-See BOHN'S STAN. LIB.
ADOLPHUS (Rev. O.) COMPENDIUM THEOLOGICUM, or Manual
for Students in Theology, containing a concise History of the Primitive and Mediæval Church, the Reformation, the Church of England, the English Liturgy and the Thirty-Nine Articles, with Scripture Proofs and Explanations, intended for those preparing for Theological Examinations ; with Examination Papers. By the Rev. 0. Adolphus, M.A. Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Assistant Master in King's College School, London. 5th edition, revised and enlarged. Immo. 8s. 6.
ÆSCHYLUS. Edited, with an English Commentary, by F. A. Paley, M.A. 4th edition, revised Demy 8vo. 185.—See Bib. Class.
Text only. F. A. Paley, M.A. 16mo. 35.-See Cam. G. & L. Texts.
PROMETHEUS VINCTUS, SEPTEM CONTRA THEBAS, AGAMEMNON, PERSÆ, and EUMENIDES. With Notes and Introduction by F. A. Paley, M.A. Fcap. 8vo. Is. 6d. each.--See Cam. Texts with Notes.
Translated into English Prose, with short Notes, by F. A. Paley, M.A. 2nd edition, revised. Demy 8vo. 75. 6d.
Translated into English Verse by Anna Swanwick. 4th edition, revised.
Literally translated into Prose. 35. 60.-See BOHN'S CLASS. LIB,
BOHN'S SC. LIB.
Hamilton Aïdé. 2nd edition, on Dutch hand-made paper. Imp. 16mo. 55.
The editors of the various authors in this Series have in all cases en-
and neatly bound in cloth, price 5s. each (except Collins, 35. 6d.).
bound in half morocco, gl. 98.
Pieces. 3 vols.
Nicolas. 6 vols.
COLLINS. Edited, with Memoir, by W. Moy Thomas.
tional Copyright Pieces, by John Bruce, F.S.A. 3 vols.
revised. 5 vols.
ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS (continued).
MILTON. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford. 3 vols.
vols. THOMSON. With Memoir by Sir H. Nicolas, annotated by Peter Cunningham, F.S.A., and additional Poems, carefully revised.
2 vols. WYATT. Edited, with Memoir, by James Yeowell. YOUNG. With Memoir by the Rev. J. Mitford, and additional Poems. 2 vols.
The following volumes of a New Series have lately been issued, 5s. each.
Christ College, Cambridge. Including the acknowledged Poems and
a Memoir of the Poet, and Selections from his Prose Writings. 2 vols. THE POEMS OF SIR WALTER RALEIGH AND SIR HENRY
WOTTON, with Selections from the Writings of other COURTLY POETS from 1540 to 1650. Edited by Rev. J. Hannah, D.C.L. With Portrait
of Raleigh. CAMPBELL. Edited by his son-in-law, the Rev. A. W. Hill. With a
Memoir by W. Allingham. JOHN KEATS. With a Memoir by the late Lord Houghton. GEORGE HERBERT. Edited, with Memoir, by the Rev. A. B. Grosart. HENRY VAUGHAN. Sacred Poems and Pious Ejaculations. With Memoir
by the Rev. H. F. Lyte. COLERIDGE'S POEMS. With Introduction and Notes by T. Ashe, B.A.,
St. John's College, Cambridge. With Portrait after a crayon drawing by
Uniform with the Aldine Edition of the British Poets.
a Life of the Poet by W. Watkiss Lloyd, Author of a Volume of Critical
The print, like that of the well-known Aldine Poets, is beautifully clear; the notes are useful and concise, and the Editor is careful to state in them whenever he “ amends” the text. The volumes, moreover, are portable--no slight matter in these days of frequent travel; and the edition, considering the style in which it is produced, is one of the cheapest ever published.'-Pall Mall Gazette (1875].