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ADDISON'S Works. With the

Notes of Bishop Hurd, Portrait, and 8 Plates of Medals and Coins. Edited by H. G. Bohn. 6 vols.

35. 6d. each. ÆSCHYLUS, The Dramas of.

Translated into English Verse by Anna Swanwick. 4th Edition, revised. 55.

The Tragedies of. Translated into Prose by T. A. Buckley,

B.A. 35. 6d. AGASSIZ and GOULD'S Out

line of Comparative Physiology. Enlarged by Dr. Wright.

With 390 Woodcuts. 55. ALFIERI'S Tragedies. Trans

lated into English Verse by Edgar A. Bowring, C.B. 2 vols. 35. 6d.

each. ALLEN'S (Joseph, R. N.) Battles

of the British Navy Revised Edition, with 57 Steel Engravings.

2 vols. 55. each. AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS.

History of Rome during the
Reigns of Constantius, Julian,
Jovianus, Valentinian, and Valens.

Translated by Prof. C. D. Yonge,

M.A. 75. 6d. ANDERSEN'S Danish Legends

and Fairy Tales. Translated by Caroline Peachey. With 120

Wood Engravings. 55. ANTONINUS (M. Aurelius), The

Thoughts of. Trans. literally, with Notes and Introduction by

George Long, M.A. 35. 6d. APOLLONIUS RHODIUS.

• The Argonautica. Translated

by E. P. Coleridge, B.A. 5s. APPIAN'S Roman History.

Translated by Horace White,
M.A., LL.D. With Maps and

Illustrations. 2 vols. 6s. each. APULEIUS, The Works of.

Comprising the Golden Ass, God of Socrates, Florida, and Dis

course of Magic. 55. ARIOSTO'S Orlando Furioso.

Translated into English Verse by
W. S. Rose. With Portrait, and 24

Steel Engravings. 2 vols. 55. each. ARISTOPHANES' Comedies.

Translated by W. J. Hickie.
vols. 55. each.


ARISTOTLE'S Nicomachean

Ethics. Translated, with Intro. duction and Notes, by the Vener

able Archdeacon Browne. 55. ARISTOTLE'S Politios and

Economics. Translated by E. Walford, M.A., with Introduction by Dr. Gillies. 55.

Metaphysics. Translated by the Rev. John H. M‘Mahon, M.A. 55.

History of Animals. Trans. by Richard Cresswell, M.A. 55.

Organon; or, Logical Treatises, and the Introduction of Porphyry. Translated by the Rev. O. F. Owen, M.A.

2 vols. 35. 6d. each.

Rhetoric and Poetics.
Trans. by T. Buckley, B.A. 5s.
ARRIAN'S Anabasis of Alex.

ander, together with the Indica.
Translated by E. J: Chinnock,
M.A., LL.D. With Maps and

Plans. 55.
ATHENÆUS. The Deipnoso-

phists; or, the Banquet of the
Learned. Trans. by Prof. C. D.

Yonge, M.A. 3 vols. 55. each.
BACON'S Moral and Historical

Works, including the Essays,
Apophthegms, Wisdom of the
Ancients, New Atlantis, Henry
VII., Henry VIII., Elizabeth,
Henry Prince of Wales, History
of Great Britain, Julius Cæsar,
and Augustus Cæsar. Edited by
J. Devey, M.A. 35. 6d.

Novum Organum and Ad-
vancement of Learning. Edited

by J. Devey, M.A. 55. BALLADS AND SONGS of the

Peasantry of England. Edited

by Robert Bell. 35. 6d. BASS'S Lexicon to the Greek


BAX'S Manual of the History

of Philosophy, for the use of

Students. By E. Belfort Bax. 5s. BEAUMONT and FLETCHER,

their finest Scenes, Lyrics, and other Beauties, selected from the whole of their works, and edited

by Leigh Hunt. 35. 6d. BECHSTEIN'S Cage and

Chamber Birds, their Natural History, Habits, Food, Diseases, and Modes of Capture. Translated, with considerable additions on Structure, Migration, and Economy, by H. G. Adams. Together with Sweet BRITISH WARBLERS. With 43 coloured Plates and

Woodcut Illustrations. 55.
BECKMANN (J.) History of

Inventions, Discoveries, and
Origins. 4th edition, revised by
W. Francis and J. W. Griffith.

2 vols. 35. 6d. each.
BEDE'S (Venerable) Ecclesias.

tical History of England. Together with the ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE. Edited by J. A.

Giles, D.C.L. With Map. 55. BELL (Sir Charles). The Ana

tomy and Philosophy of Expression, as connected with the Fine Arts. By Sir Charles Bell, K.H. 7th edition, revised.

BERKELEY (George), Bishop

of Cloyne, The Works of.
Edited by George Sampson. With
Biograpbical Introduction by the
Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P.

3 vols. 55. each.
BJÖRNSON'S Arne and the

Fisher Lassie. Translated by

W. H. Low, M.A. 35. 6d. BLAIR’S Chronological Tables

Revised and Enlarged. Comprehending the Chronology and His


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35. 6d.

tory of the World, from the Earliest Times to the Russian Treaty of Peace, April 1856. By J. Wil

loughby Rosse. Double vol. ros. BLAIR'S Index of Dates. Com

prehending the principal Facts in the Chronology and History of the World, alphabetically arranged ; being a complete Index to Blair's Chronological Tables.

By J. W. Rosse. 2 vols. 55. each. BLEEK, Introduction to the

old Testament. By Friedrich Bleek. Edited by Johann Bleek and Adolf Kamphausen. Translated by G. H. Venables, under the supervision of the Rev. Canon

Venables. 2 vols. 5s. each. BOETHIUS'S Consolation of

Philosophy. King Alfred's Anglo-
Saxon Version of. With a literal
English Translation on opposite
pages, Notes, Introduction, and
Glossary, by Rev. S. Fox, M.A.

55. BOHN'S Dictionary of Poetical Quotations. 4th edition. 6s.

Handbooks of Athletic Sports. In 8 vols., each containing numerous Illustrations. 35. 6d. each. 1.-Cricket, Lawn Tennis,

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BOHN'S Handbooks of Games.

New edition. In 2 vols., with
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By J. J. Bond. 55. BONOMI'S Nineveh and its

Palaces. 7 Plates and 294 Wood

cut Illustrations. 5s. BOSWELL'S Life of Johnson,

with the TOUR IN THE HEBRIDES and JOHNSONIANA. Edited by the Rev. A. Napier, M.A. With Frontispiece to each vol. 6 vols.

35. 6d. each. BRAND'S Popular Antiquities

of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Arranged, revised, and greatly enlarged, by Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., F.R.S., &c., &c. 3

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Translated by Mary Howitt. 4

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and Instincts of Animals. Edited by T. Rymer Jones. With upwards of 100 Woodcuts. 2 vols. 55. each.

BURKE'S WORKS continued.
III.-Appeal from the New to the

Old Whigs-On the Na-
bob of Arcot's Debts --

The Catholic Claims, &c. IV.-Report on the Affairs of

India, and Articles of
Charge against Warren

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Charge against Warren
Hastings — Political Let-
ters on the American War,
on a Regicide Peace, to

the Empress of Russia.
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Letters and Fragments-
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History, &c. With

General Index.
Speeches on the Impeach-
ment of Warren Hastings; and
Letters. With Index.

2 vols. 35. 6d. each.


Life. By Sir T. Prior. 35. 6d. each.


BURNEY'S Evelina. By Frances Burney (Mme. D'Arblay). With

Introduction and Notes by A. R. Ellis. 35. 6d.

Cecilia. With an Introduction and Notes by A. R. Ellis. 2 vols. 35. 6d. each.

BURN (R.) Ancient Rome and

its Neighbourhood. An Illustrated Handbook to the Ruins in the City and the Campagna, for the use of Travellers. By Robert Burn, M.A.

With numerous Illustrations, Maps, and Plans.

75. 6d.


BURNS (Robert), Life of,

Kidd on the Adaptation of Ex-

ternal Nature to the Physical
Condition of Man.

35. 6d.

Chalmers on the Adaptation

of External Nature to the
Moral and Intellectual Con.
stitution of Man. 55.

BRINK (B. ten). Early English

Literature. By Bernhard ten Brink. Vol. I. To Wyclif. Translated by Horace M. Kennedy.

35. 60.

Vol. II. Wyclif, Chaucer, Earliest Drama, Renaissance. Translated by W. Clarke Robinson. Ph.D. 33. 6d.

Vol. III. From the Fourteenth Century to the Death of Surrey. Edited by Dr. Alois Brandi. Trans. by L. Dora Schmitz.

35. 6d.

Five Lectures on Shakespeare. Trans. by Julia Franklin.

35. 6d.

BROWNE'S (Sir Thomas) Works

Edited by Simon Wilkin. 3 vols. 35. 6d. each.

BUCHANAN'S Dictionary of

Science and Technical Terms
used in Philosophy, Literature,
Professions, Commerce, Arts, and
Trades. 6s.

BURKE'S Works. 6 vols. 35. 6d.
I.–Vindication of Natural So-

ciety-Essay on the Sub-
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II.-Reflections on the French

Revolution - Letters re-
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tion Speech on Fox's
East India Bill, &c.

J. G. Lockhart, D.C.L. A
new and enlarged Edition. Re-
vised by William Scott Douglas.

35. 60.

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BURTON'S (Robert) Anatomy of

Melancholy. Edited by the Rev. A. R. Shilleto, M.A. With Introduction by A. H. Bullen, and

full Index. 3 vols. 35. 6d. each. BURTON (Sir R. F.) Personal

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CARPENTER'S Mechanical

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Vegetable Physio'ogy and Systematic Botany. Revised Edition, by E. Lankester, M.D., &c. With very numerous Woodcuts. 6s.

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Schools and
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Complete Bibliography. Illustrated
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Engravings and 6 Plates of
Swords, showing 114 Examples.

6s. CATTERMOLE'S Evenings at

Haddon Hall. With 24 En. gravings on Steel from designs by Cattermole, the Letterpress by the

Baroness de Carabella. 5s. CATULLUS, Tibullus, and the

Vigil of Venus. A Literal Prose

Translation. 55. CELLINI (Benvenuto). Me.

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CÆSAR. Commentaries on the

Gallic and Civil Wars, Translated by W. A. McDevitte, B.A.

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An Epic Poem. Translated by W. J. Mickle. 5th Edition, revised by E. R. Hodges,

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CARAFAS (The) of Maddaloni.

Naples under Spanish Dominion.
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Alfred de Reumont. 35. 6d. CARPENTER'S (Dr. W. B.)

Zoology. Revised Edition, by W. S. Dallas, F.L.S. With very numerous Woodcuts. Vol. I. 6s.

[Vol. II. out of print.

3s. 6d.

CERVANTES' Don Quixote de

la Mancha. Motteux's Trans lation revised. 2 vols. 35. 6d. each.

Galatea. A Pastoral Romance. Translated by G. W. J. (ryll. 3.5. 61.

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