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1. STAUNTON'S CHESS PLAYER'S HAND-BOOK, with Diagrams. 2. LECTURES ON PAINTING, by THE ROYAL ACADEMICIANS. 3, 4, 8, & 15. HUMBOLDT'S COSMOS; or, Sketch of a Physical Description of
the Universe. Translated, with Notes, by E. C. Orte. In 4 Vols., with fine Portrait. This Translation (though published at so low a price) is more complete than any other. The Notes are placed beneath the text. Humboldt's analytica summaries, and the passages hitherto suppressed, are included; and comprehensive
Indices subjoined. 3s. 6d. per Volume. 5. STAUNTON'S CHESS PLAYER'S COMPANION, comprising a New Treatise on
Odds, a Collection of Match Games, Original Problems, &c. 6, HAND-BOOK OF GAMES, by VARIOUS AMATEURS and PROFESSORS. 7. HUMBOLDT'S VIEWS OF NATURE, with coloured view of Chimborazo, &c. 9. RICHARDSON'S GEOLOGY, AND PALÆONTOLOGY, Reviscd by Dr. Wrigiit,
with upwards of 400 Nlustrations on Wood. 10. STOCKHARDT'S PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY, Exemplified in Simple Expe.
riments, with upwards of 270 Illustrations. 11 DR. G. A. MANTELL'S PETRIFACTIONS AND THEIR TEACHINGS; A
Hand-Book to the Fossils in the British Museum. Beautiful Wood Engravings. '6s 12. AGASSIZ AND GOULD'S COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY. New and Enlarge
Edition, with nearly 400 Illustrations. 13, 19, & 28. HUMBOLDT'S PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF HIS TRAVELS IN
AMERICA. With General Index. 14. PYE SMITH'S GEOLOGY AND SCRIPTURE. Fifth Edition, with Memoir. 16. OERSTED'S SOUL IN NATURE, &c. Portrait. 17. STAUNTON'S CHESS TOURNAMENT, with Diagrams. 18 & 20. BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. 'KIRBY on the History, Habits, and
Instincts of Animals; Edited by T. RYMER JONES. In 2 Vols. Many Illustrations. 21 BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. KIDD On the Adaptation of External
Nature to the Physical Condition of Man. 35. 60. 22. BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. WHEWELL'S Astronomy and General Physics,
considered with reference to Natural Theology. Portrait of the Earl of
Bridgewater. 3s. 6d. 23. SCHOUW'S EARTH, PLANTS, AND MAN, and KOBELL'S SKETCHES
FROM THE MINERAL KINGDOM, Translated by A. HENFREY, F.R.S., &c. 24. BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. CHALMERS on the Adaptation of Externa
Xature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of Man, with the Author's last
Corrections, and Biographical Sketch by the Rev. Dr. CUMMING. 25. BACON'S NOVUM ORGANUM AND ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING.
Complete, with Notes, by J. DEVEY, M.A. 26 & 27. HUMPHREY'S COIN COLLECTOR'S MANUAL: a popular introduction
to the Study of Coins, ancient and modern; with elaborate Indexes, and numerous
highly-finished Engravings on Wood and Steel, 2 Vols. 29. COMTE'S PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCES, Edited from the Cours de
Philosophie Positive,' by G. H. LEWES, Esq. 30. MANTELL'S (DR.) GEOLOGICAL EXCURSIONS. including THE ISLE OF
WIGHT. New Edition, by T. RUPERT JONES. Woodcuts and Map. 31. HUNT'S POETRY OF SCIENCE; or, Studies of the Physical Phenomena of
Nature. Third Edition, revised and' enlarged. 32 & 33. ENNEMOSER'S HISTORY OF MAGIC. Translated from the German by
WILLIAM HOWITT. With an Appendix by MARY HOWITT. In 2 Vols. 34, HUNT'S ELEMENTARY PHYSICS. Numerous Woodcuts. 35. HANDBOOK OF DOMESTIC MEDICINE, by an eminent Physician (700 pages). 36. STANLEY'S CLASSIFIED SYNOPSIS of Dutch, Flemish, and German Painters.
1 to 8. LODGE'S PORTRAITS OF ILLUSTRIOUS PERSONAGES OF GREAT
BRITAIN. 8 Vols. post 8vo. 240 Portraits. 9. CRUIKSHANK'S THREE COURSES AND DESSERT, with 50 Ilustrations. 10. PICKERING'S RACES OF MAN with numerous Portraits (or Coloured 7s.6d.) 11. KITTO'S SCRIPTURE LANDS, AND BIBLICAL ATLAS, with 24 Maps, (or
Coloured, 7s. 6d.) 2. WHITE'S NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE, with Notes by SIR WM.
JARDINE and others, edited, with large additions, by E. JESSE, Esq. With 40
highly-finished Wood Engravinys (Colourei, 7s. 6d.) 13. DIDRON'S CHRISTIAN ICONOGRAPHY. With 150 Engravings. Vol. I. 14. REDDING ON WINES. New and Revised Edition, with 20 bercutiful Woodcuts. 15 & 16. ALLEN'S BATTLES OF THE BRITISH NAVY. New Edition. Enlarged
by the Author. Numerous fine Portraits on Steel. 2 Vols. 17 & 18. ROME IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Fifth Edition, in 2 Vols.,
with 34 fine Sleel Engravings, and Index. 19. MAXWELL'S VICTORIES OF WELLINGTON AND THE BRITISH ARMIES,
with Engravings on Steel. 20. LIFE OF WELLINGTON, by "An Oud SOLDIER," compiled from the materials of
Maxwell; with an Account of the Funeral. 18 highly-finished steel Engravings. 21. MARY AND WM. HOWITT'S STORIES OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN LIFE,
with 20 beautiful Steel Engravings. 22. BECHSTEIN'S CAGE and CHAMBER BIRDS, including SWEET's Warblers.
New Edition, greatly enlarged, numerous Plates (or Coloured, 7s. 6d.) 23. NORWAY AND ITS SCENERY, comprising Price's Journal, with large Addi
tions and a Road Book. Edited by Thos. FORESTER, Esq. With 22 Illustrations, beautifully Engraved on Steei by Lucas.
.* The Road Book is sold separately. price 28. 75
24. CHINA: PICTORIAL, DESCRIPTIVE, AND HISTORICAL, with some account
of Ava and the Burmese, Siam and Assam. Illustrated by 100 Wood Engravings. 25. PICTORIAL HAND-BOOK OF LONDON, comprising its Antiquities, Architec
ture, Institutions, and Exhibitions. 205 Engravings and large Map. 26. MARY HOWITT'S PICTORIAL CALENDAR OF THE SEASONS.
Upwards of 100 Illustrations. 27. DANTE, translated into English Verse by I. C. WRIGHT, M.A. Third Edition,
carefully revised. Portrait, and 34 Illustrations on Steel, after FLAXMAN. 28 & 29. MUDIE'S BRITISH BIRDS. Fifth Edition, revised by W. C. L. MARTIN,
Esq. Complete in 2 Vols., with 52 figures of Birds, and 7 additional Plates of
Eggs. (Or, with the Plates Coloured, 7s.6d. per Vol.) 30. TASSO'S JERUSALEM DELIVERED, trarslated into English Verse, by J. H.
WIFFEN. 4th Edition. 24 Engravings on Wood, and 8 on Steel. 31. INDIA : PICTORIAL, DESCRIPTIVE, AND HISTORICAL, from the Earliest
Times to the Present. Map and upwards of 100 Engravings on Wood. 32. NICOLINI'S HISTORY OF THE JESUITS. Portraits of Loyola, Lainez, Xavier,
Borgia, Acquaviva, Pere la Cliaise, Ricci, and Pope Ganganelli. 33. ROBINSON CRUSOE, with Illustrations by STOTHARD and HARVRY, 12 beautiful
Engravings on Steel, and 74 on Wood. 34. WALKER'S MANLY EXERCISES; containing Skating, Riding, Driving, Shooting,
Sailing, Rowing, Swimming, &c. l'enth Edition, revised, with numerous Plates. 35. MILLER'S HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS, on the basis of SHARON
TURNER. Portrait of Alfred, Map, and 12 Engravings on Steel after Harvey. 36. MICHAEL ANGELO AND RAPHAEL. By Duppa and QUATREMERE DE
QUINCY. With 13 highly-finished Engravings, including the Cartoons. 37. WALTON'S COMPLETÉ ANGLER; with Notes, practical and historical. Edited
by ED. JESSE and HENRY G. Bonn. Embellished with 203 Engravings on Wood,
price 5s. ;-or with the addition of 26 Engravings on Steel, 7s. 6d. 38. MARRYAT'S MASTERMAN READY; with 93 Engravings ou Wood. 39. TALES OF THE GENTI. With numerous Wood cuts and 12 Steel Engravings. 40. GUIDE TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF POTTERY AND PORCELAIN; com
*prising the BERNAL CATALOGUE, with the Auction Prices and Names of the present Possessors; an Introductory Essay, and an Engraved List of all the known
Marks and Monograms. By H. G. Bohn. Numerous Wood Engravings. 41. THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER POPE, including many of his Letters. By ROBERT
CARRUTHERS. Revised and considerably enlarged; numerous Wood Engravings. 42. POPE'S HOMER'S ILIAD. Illustrated by the entire Series of Flaxman's Designs,
beautifully engraved by Moses (in the full 8vo. size). With Introduction and
Notes, by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, M.A. 43. BONOMI'S NINEVEH AND ITS PALACES. New Edition, including an Acconnt
of the Assyrian Sculptures recently added to the British Museum. 300 Engravinys. 44. POPE'S HOMER'S ODYSSEY. With the Battle of Frogs and Mice, Hymns, &c.,
by other Translators, including CHAPMAN. With the entire Series of Flaxman's
Designs (in the full 8vo. size). Edited by the Rev. J. S. WATSON, M.A. 45 & 50. POPE'S POETICAL WORKS, edited by ROBERT CARRUTHERS New
Edition, revised. With numerous Engravings on Wood. In 2 volumes. 46. STUART AND REVETT'S ATHENS and other MONUMENTS OF GREECE.
71 Plates and numerous Woodcut Capitals. To which is added a Glossary. 47. LINDSAY'S (LORD) LETTERS ON EGYPT AND THE HOLY LAND. Fifth
Edition, with additions, and 36 Wood Engravings and Maps. 48 & 52. ARIOSTO'S ORLANDO FURIOSO, in English Verse by W. S. Rose.
With Portrait and 12 fine Engravings on steel. Complete in 2 vols. 49. KRUMMACHER'S PARABLES, translated from the seventh German Edition.
With 40 Illustrations by CLAYTON, engraved by DALZIEL. 51. LEIGH HUNT'S BOOK FOR A CORNER, with 80 extremely beautiful Wood
Engravings, and a Frontispiece engraved on Steal. 53. HOLBEIN'S DANCE OF DEATH, AND BIBLE CUTS; upwards of 150 sub
jects beautifully engraved on wood' in facsimile. With Descriptions by FRANCIS
DOUCE, F.S.A., and THOMAS FROGNALL DIBDIN. 2 vols. in 1. 78. 6d. 54. JESSE'S ANECDOTES OF DOGS. New edition, with large additions, and nume
rous Woodcuts after Harvey. 55.—Or, with the addition of 34 highly finished steel
Engravings after Cooper, Landseer, &c., 7s. 6d. 65. STARLING'S (MISS) NOBLE DEEDS OF WOMAN. Third Edition, with 14
beautiful illustrations on steel.
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