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HAND-BOOK TO HAMPTON COURT PALACE. Being

a Guide to the Architecture, Tapestries, Paintings, Gardens, and Grounds of Hampton Court; with numerous Embellishments on Wood, engraved by Ladies ; and Plans of the Palace and Grounds, from Official Surveys. By FELIX SUMMERLY. New Edition, numerous Illustrations, ls.

“Decidedly the best popular guide to the picturesque beauties of Hampton Court of any extant. The writer possesses a discriminating judgment in matters of art, and a keen relish for the beauties of nature; and the circulation of this pretty little book will contribute to the enjoyment of the visitors, and the improvement of public taste.”

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DAY'S EXCURSIONS TO ERITH, ROCHESTER, AND

COBHAM, in Kent, with Illustrations and Map; a Catalogue of the Pictures at Cobham Hall, and an Appendix containing the Inscriptions on the Brasses in Cobham Church, taken from Weever, with additions and corrections. By FELIX SUMMERLY. ?2mo, 18.

HAND-BOOK OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY. Bv

FELIX SUMMERLY. With Fifty Illustrations drawn expressly from the originals by Messrs. John James and William Linnell. 12mo, sewed, cheap edition, 6d.

The representations in this edition of the National Gallery have been limited to the smallest practicable scale, varying somewhat according to the character of the pictures. The aim has been to give the general character and feeling of the originals, avoiding as of secondary importance the “finish" of modern engravings. They are essentially painters' woodcuts, and in that respect their merits are analogous to those of painters' etchings. They have been pronounced by the highest judges to be really excellent works of Art, of their class.

A few copies of the early edition, best impressions. Price 18. sewed.

AVENTURES DE TELEMAQUE, par FENELON, with

Notes by C. J. DELILLE, Professor at Christ's Hospital and the City of London School. 12mo, 48. 6d. This is the first of a Series of Foreign Classics, uniform in size and plan with the Grammar School Classics.

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HISTOIRE DE CHARLES XII., et Histoire de Russie

Sons Pierre le Grand, par Voltaire. With English Notes, by L. DIREY. In the Press.

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CHRIST IN THE WILDERNESS. Four Sermons.

Preached before the University in the month of February 1855. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A., Late Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Minister of St. Edward's, Cambridge, and Hulsean Lecturer. 12mo., cloth, 48.

By the same Author. FOUR SERMONS. Preached before the University of

Cambridge in the month of November, 1853. 12m0., 48.

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1. The Young Man cleansing his way.
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3. The Young Man as a Churchman.
4. The Young Man called by Christ.

PARISH SERMONS. First Series. New Edition. 12mo., 68.

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SHORT SERMONS at the Celebration of the Lord's Sup

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LECTURES UPON THE CHURCH CATECHISM.

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A GUIDE TO THE PARISH CHURCH. Second Edition.

18mo., 38. 6d.

RATIONAL GODLINESS AFTER THE MIND OF

CHRIST AND THE WRITTEN VOICE OF HIS CHURCH. By ROWLAND WILLIAMS, B.D., Fellow and formerly Tutor of King's College, Cambridge, and Professor of Hebrew at Lampeter. Post 8vo., 108. 6d. Just published.

THE BENEFIT OF CHRIST'S DEATH: probably written

by Aonio PALEARIO: reprinted in Facsimile from the Italian Edition of 1543; together with a French Translation printed in 1551; from Copies in the Library of St. John's College, Cambridge. To which is added, an English Version made in 1548, by EDWARD COURTENAY, Earl of Devonshire, now first edited from a MS. preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge. With an Introduction, by CHURCHILL BABINGTON, B.D., F.L.S., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Member of the Royal Society of Literature. Preparing.

A TREATISE ON THE EPISCOPATE OF THE ANTE

NICENE CHURCH (with especial Reference to the Early Position of the Roman See). By the Rev. G. M. GORHAM, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Crosse University Scholar, Fcap. 8vo., 38, 6d.

A HISTORY OF THE ARTICLES OF RELIGION. In

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ROMA RUIT: The Pillars of Rome Broken. Wherein all

the several Pleas of the Pope's Authority in England are Revised and Answered. By F. FULLWOOD, D.D., Archdeacon of Totness in Devon. Edited, with additional matter, by C. HARDWICK, M.A., Fellow of St. Catherine's Hall, Cambridge. 8vo., 108. 6d.

PALMER'S ORIGINES LITURGICÆ, an Analysis of;

Antiquities of the English Ritual, and of his Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies : for the use of Students at the Universities and Candidates for Holy Orders, who have read the Original Work. By W. BEAL, LL.D., F.S.A., Vicar of Brooke, Norfolk, 12mo., 3s. 6d.

SERMONS FOR YOUNG MEN, preached before the

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ECCLESIÆ ANGLICANÆ VINDEX CATHOLICUS,

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SERMONS preached in Lent, 1845, and on several former

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FOUR SERMONS preached before the University of Cam

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PHRASEOLOGY AND EXPLANATORY NOTES ON

THE HEBREW TEXT OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS. By the Rev. T. PRESTON, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo., 98. 6d.

A DISCOURSE ON THE STUDIES OF THE UNI

VERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. By A. SEDGWICK, M.A., F.R.S., Fellow of Trinity College, and Woodwardian Professor, Cambridge. The Fifth edition, with Additions and a copious Preliminary Dissertation. 8vo. 128. 6d.

SERMONS preached in the Chapel of Trinity College,

Cambridge. By W. WHEWELL, D.D., Master of the College. 8vo., 108. 6d.

THE GREEK TESTAMENT: with a Critically Revised

Text; a Digest of various Readings; Marginal References to Verbal
and Idiomatic Usage ; Prolegomena ; and a Critical and Exegetical
Commentary. For the use of Theological Students and Ministers.
By H. ALFORD, M.A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
In 3 vols.

Vol. I., 2nd Edition, containing the Four Gospels, 11. 128.
Vol. II., 2nd Edition, containing the Acts of the Apostles, the

Epistles to the Romans and Corinthians, 11. 48.

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