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Valuable Works Published by JAMES DUNCAN.

HISTORY PHILOSOPHICALLY ILLUSTRATED, from the Fall of the Roman Empire to the French Revolution. By GEORGE MILLER, D.D., M.R.I.A., formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. Four Vols. 8vo, 21. 2s. boards.

"His work possesses a unity of subject, harmony of proportion, and connexion of parts, that render it not merely the best modern history in our language, but the only one from which a student can obtain a systematic view of the progress of civilization. Another merit of Dr. Miller's work is, that it necessarily leads to the consideration of the important historical problem to which we have more than once referred,—the operation of opinion upon action."-Foreign Quarterly Review.

ELEMENTS of CONCHOLOGY, according to the Linnæan System; illustrated by Twenty-eight Plates, drawn from Nature. By the Rev. E. I. BURROW, A.M., &c. Third Edition, One Vol. 8vo, 16s. boards; or beautifully coloured by Sowerby, 17. 11s. 6d. boards.

TABLES of INTEREST, at 3, 4, 4, and 5 per Cent, from 17. to 10,000., and from 1 to 365 days, in a regular progression of single days; with Tables at all the above rates from 1 to 12 months, and from 1 to 10 years. By JOHN THOMSON, Accountant in Edinburgh, One Volume, 12mo, Eleventh Edition, 8s. bound.

A HISTORY of BRITISH ANIMALS, exhibiting the descriptive Characters and systematical Arrangement of the Genera and Species of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fishes, Mollusca, and Radiata, of the United Kingdom; including the Indigenous, Extirpated, and Extinct Kinds; together with Periodical and Occasional Visitants. By JOHN FLEMING, D.D., F.R.S.E., M.W.S., &c., and Author of the "Philosophy of Zoology." One Vol. 8vo, 18s. boards.

"This very important work, which has just appeared, we consider as infinitely superior to any Natural History of British Animals hitherto published. It will become the standard book on British Animals.”—Jamieson's Journal of Science.

HISTORY of MORAL SCIENCE. BY ROBERT BLAKEY. Second Edition. Two Vols. 8vo, 12s. boards.

"The example of Mr. Blakey is one that we hope to see followed in every theory. He has been more anxious to point out the good than the evil; and his defence of many whose character has been maligned is as generous as it is triumphant.”—Athenæum.

"To meet a desideratum, which not only the general and intelligent, but the learned and philosophical reader, must feel, Mr. Blakey has here produced a work of great utility; but the great value of this book will be found in the mass of information it contains respecting men and subjects very frequently referred to without being well understood."-Literary Gazette.

By the same Author,

An ESSAY TOWARDS an EASY and USEFUL SYSTEM of LOGIC. One Vol. 12mo, 4s. 6d. boards.

JOURNALS of EXCURSIONS in the ALPS. BY WILLIAM BROCKEDON, Author of "Illustrations of Passes of the Alps," &c. One Vol. 8vo, 10s. 6d. boards.

"Mr. Brockedon knows how to wield the pen as well as the pencil.”—Spectator.

LONDON:-J. MOYES, 28 CASTLE STREET, LEICESTER SQUARE.

PRACTICAL THEOLOGY.

VOL. I.

I. SERMONS on Subjects chiefly Practical; with illustrative Notes, and an Appendix, relating to the Character of the Church of England, as distinguished both from other branches of the Reformation, and from the Modern Church of Rome. Fourth Edition. 8vo.

II. SACRED LITERATURE: comprising a Review of the Principles of Composition laid down by the late ROBERT LOWTH, D.D., in his Prælections on Isaiah: and an Application of the Principles so reviewed, to the Illustration of the New Testament. New Edition.

III. PRACTICAL THEOLOGY. 2 vols. 8vo. Second Edition.
IV. PASTORAL INSTRUCTIONS on the Character and Principles of
the Church of England; selected from his former Publications.
Foolscap 8vo.

Works edited by Bishop Jebb.

V. THE PROTESTANT KEMPIS; or, PIETY WITHOUT ASCETICISM. 8vo.

VI. THE SAME WORK. Second Edition. Foolscap 8vo.

VII. PRACTICAL DISCOURSES. BY THOMAS TOWNSON, D.D. With a Biographical Memoir. 8vo.

VIII. THE REMAINS OF WILLIAM PHELAN, D.D. With a
Biographical Memoir by the Editor. 2 vols. 8vo.

IX. LIVES of SIR MATTHEW HALE and the EARL of ROCHES-
TER: With Characters of ARCHBISHOP LEIGHTON, The
HON. ROBERT BOYLE, QUEEN MARY, and OTHER
EMINENT PERSONS, and an ADDRESS to POSTERITY.
By GILBERT BURNET, D.D., late Bishop of Sarum, with the
Two Prefaces to the Dublin Editions. To which are now added,
FIVE HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED LETTERS, by ANNE,
Countess Dowager of Rochester, upon her Son's Last Illness
and Conversion, Edited with an Introduction and Notes.
X. THE SAME WORK. Second Edition. Foolscap 8vo,

Lately published,

MAHOMETANISM UNVEILED: an INQUIRY, in which that ArchHeresy, its Diffusion and Continuance, are examined on a new Principle, tending to confirm the Evidences, and aid the Propagation of the Christian Faith. By the Rev. CHARLES FORSTER, B.D., Chancellor of Ardfert, and Examining Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Limerick. 2 vols. 8vo.

REMAINS of the late ALEXANDER KNOX, Esq. of Dublin, M.R.I.A., containing Letters and Essays on the Doctrines and Philosophy of Christianity, and the distinctive Character of the Church of England. 2 vols. 8vo.

In the Press, and shortly to appear,

Volumes III. and IV. containing Essays, chiefly explanatory of Christian Doctrine; and Confidential Letters, with private Papers, illustrative of the Writer's Character Sentiments and Life.

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