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THE

ENGLISH CATALOGUE OF BOOKS

FOR
v1890

CONTAINING

A Complete List of all the Books published in Great Britain and Ireland in the Year 1890,

with their Sizes, Prices, and Publishers' Names;

ALSO OF

THE PRINCIPAL BOOKS PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

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THE PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR and BOOKSELLERS' RECORD of BRITISH and FOREIGN LITERATURE

is published by Messrs. Low & Co. Limited every Saturday. It contains a
transcript of the Title-page of every Work published in Great Britain,

and of every Work of interest published Abroad.

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A.8288
THE ENGLISH CATALOGUE.

1890.

* * The Month at the end of the line denotes where the fuller title is to be found in the · Publishers'

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A-AI A 1 Illustrated Family Magazine, Vol. 1890, 4to, 88.....

....... Partridge .........Nov. Abbeys & Churches of England & Wales, by T. G. Bonney, 2nd ser, roy. Svo, 218 Cassell ............Nov. Abbot (F. E.) Way out of Agnosticism; or, Philosophy of Free Religion, p. 80, 4s6d Macmillan ......June

- - W.J.) Battlefields & Camp Fires : Military Oper. of the Civil War, 80, 158 New York .........Dec. Abbott's Cleve, and other Tales, selected and edited by J. E. Clarke, post 8vo, 18 W. W. Gardner Nov. Abbott (C. C.) Days Out of Doors, 12mo, 78 6d ...........

.................. New York.........July - Outings at Odd Times, 16mo, 6s...................... ............. New York......... Nov. Abdy (J. T.) Feudalism: Lectures at Gresham College, post 8vo, 78 6d ............ Bell & S. ... ... ... Oct. Abel (W.J.) School Hygiene, Ventilation, Eyesight, Infectious Diseases, 120, 18 Longmans......... Apr. Abercromby (J.) Trip thro' Eastern Caucasus: a Chapter on Languages, 8vo, 148 Stanford ......... Ablett (T. R.) How to Teach Drawing in Elementary Schools, post 8vo, 1s 6d ... Blackie .............Jan. Abney (Capt.) Colour, with numerous diagrams, 12mo, 28 6d ..... ............ S.P.C.K. ......... Oct. Academy Architecture & Ann. Architect. Review, 1890, edit. by Koch,r. 8vo, 3s 6à Office ............June

- Sketches, including various Exhibitions, ed. by Blackburn, 1890,8vo, 28 W. H. Allen ......June
Ackerman (J. Y.) Tales of Other Days, ill. by George Cruikshank, 8vo, 18......... Hamilton........ Mar.
Acland (Sir H. W.) Oxford & Modern Medicine: Letter to Dr. J. Andrew, 80, 18 6d Oxford Wareh.... Nov.
Aequier (H. F.) Petites conversations sur la grammaire, 16mo, ls ................... Reife............... Apr.
Acworth (W. M.) Railways of Scotland, post 8vo, 5s................ .............. Murray ......... Mar.
Adams (C. F.) Life of Richard H. Dapa, jun. with portraits, 2 vols. cr. 8vo, 218.., Boston, Mass. ... Dec,

(D.) Skating, with a Chapter for Ladies by L. Cheetham, &c. 12mo, 2s ... Bell of S. .........Jan.
(E.) Elements of the English Language, 24th ed, rev. by Davis, p. 80,4€ 6d Bell & 8. .........Aug.
(F.) Songs of the Army of the Night, fcp. 2s 6d ............... ............... Vizetelly .........Nov.
(H) Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 2nd edit. rev. & enl. p. 8vo, 63 Spons .............Dec.

--- History of the United States, Vols. 3 and 4, 21s; 5, 6, 218............. New York Mar.-Nov.
(Mrs. L.) My Land of Beulah, new edit. post 8vo, 38 6d .............. ... Methuen ......... Aug.
(W. D.) English Epigrams,w.Notes, &c. of Epigrammatists, n. e. p. 80, 2s 6d. Routledge .........May
(W. H. D.) Famous Ships of British Navy: Stories, &c. new ed. p. 8vo, 2s Routledge ....

Story of our Lighthouses and Lightships, post 8vo, 3s 6d ...... Nelsms ............Dec. - (W. 7.) Oliver Optic's Annual, 1889, illus. 4to, 78 6d ........................ Boston, Mass. ...Feb.

La -- On the Blockade, illustrated, 12mo, 78 60 ............................ Boston, Mass. ...Nov. Adamson (J.) Mumford Manor, post 8vo, 6s ...........

Unwin ............ Apr. Adcock's Engineer's Pocket Book for 1890, 12mo, 6s ............

Simpkin .........Jan. Adderley (R. E.) At the Holy Communion : a Simple Manual, new edit. 48mo, 4d Mowbray .........Dec. Adeline's Dictionary, Terms in Art, Architecture, translated, post 8vo, 78 6d ...... Virtue ............ Dec. Adirondack Cabin : a Story of Camp Life: Scenes in the Adirondacks, 4to, 10s 6d Boston, Mass. ...Dec. Adopted; or, an Old Soldier's Embarrassments, by E. A. B. D. post 8vo, 2s 6d... Rel. Tract Soc.... Oct. Adventure Series, 5s each ............

........... Unwin Boccaneers and Marooners, Dec.

Thomas Pellow, Captivity in Morocco, Nov. Shipp, Memoirs, Sep.

Trelawny, Adventures of a Younger Son, Apr. Adventures of the Adventurers' Club: a Shocker in Six Shocks, 12mo, 1s 6d & 18 W. W. Gardner May Æschines in Ctesiphontem, edit. &c. by Gwatkin & Shuckburgh, 12mo, 58 ...... Macmillan ...... Nov. Eschylus : Agamemnon, Choephore, & Eumenides, in Verse, by Cooper, p. 80,68 Simpkin .........Aug.

Tragedies, new trans.by E. H. Plumptre, new & cheap ed. p. 80, 4s 6d Isbister ............. May Igassiz (E.) Louis Agassiz: his Life & Correspondence, 2 vols. in 1, cr. 80, 12s 6d Boston, Mass. ...Apr. Agency List & Handbook of Wine & Spirit Trade in United Kingdom, 8vo, 3s 6d Sheridan .........Mar. Agnew (D. H.) Principles and Practice of Surgery, illus. 2nd ed. 3 vols. 8vo, 120s Philadelphia ...Mar. Agricultural Series, 2s 60 .........

.............. Bell & S. • Fream, Soils, Sep.

Griffith, Diseases of Crops, Aug.
Aguilar (Grace) Mother's Recompense: Sequel to Home Inf.'n.e.cr. 80,38 6d&2s6d Routledge... Sep.-Nov.

----- Vale of Cedars; or, the Martyr, new edit. post 8vo, 3s 6d ...... Routledge .........Dec.
Aids to Reverently Celebrating the Holy Eucharist, by E.H.2 ed. fcp. ls 6d and 1s Griffith.............Nov.
Ainger (A. C.) and Wintle (H. G.) English-Latin Gradus, post 8vo, os ............ Murray............ Oct.
Aidscough (J. A.) London of the Past: a Picture of the Olden City, post 8vo, 1s Stock ................Dec.

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