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Alphabetical List of New Works. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NEW WORKS, Man (The) about Town, by Webbe, 2 vols. post PUBLISHED SINCE THE LAST CIRCULAR."
3794 Marriott's (John) Sermons, 8vo. 10s. 6d..
4202 American Broad Grins, 2s....
4209 Mathias's (Mrs.) Domestic Instruction on InterestAngler's Hand-Book, Is....
3710 ing Subjects, 18mo. new edít. half-bound, 2s. 6d... Aristoglyphics, or Heraldic Dictionary, 18mo. 2s. 6d. Medical Portrait Gallery, Part 5, 3s.
4178 Bauer's Theology of the Old Testament 8vo. 5s. 6d...
Mercantile Penman, 4to. half-bound, 4s. Benoit's Botanist's Guide, 32mo. Is. 6d....
Misfortunes of the Dauphin, Son of Louis XVI. "Billings's Illustrations of the Temple Church, London,
3634 4to. £2. 28. ; large paper, £3. 3s. ..
Missionary's (The) Wife, 4d.
4161 Boone's (Rev. J. S.) Educational Economy of Eng.
Molesworth's (Rev. J. E.) Domestic Chaplain, Vol. 1, land, Part 1. 3s. 6d.
4182 8vo. 10s. British Magazine, No. 79, for July, 2s.6d. 4157 Monthly Chronicle, No. 5, 2s. 6d...
4145 British and Foreign Review, No. 13, 8vo. 6s.
4201 Müller's Physiology, by Dr. Baly, Vol. 1, 8vo. 178... 4175 Burder's (H. F.) Pleasures of Religion, 3d ed. 18mo. 2s. 4160
Narrative of an Insane Gentleman, 8vo. 8s. Burke's Extinct & Dormant Baronetcies, med.8vo.32s. 3994
Neander's (Dr.) Life of St. Chrysostom, translated by the Rev. C. J. Stapleton, 8vo. 10s. 60. cloth
4192 Calvin on the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper, 12mo. 2s. 60.
3161 New Irish, Pulpit, Vol. 2, 8vo. 88...... Cassella's Italian Correspondence for Ladies, 12mo. 6s.
Newman's (Rev. J. H.) Letter to the Rev. Dr. Child's (The) Botany, square, 2s.
Faussett on Certain Points of Faith and Practice, 2s. 4197 Christian Church in relation to Unity and Schism,
Nicholl's Help to Reading the Bible, 12mo. 3s....... 4183 12mo. 58.
Osborne's Hints to the Charitable, 18mo. Is......... Church of England Quarterly Review, No. 7, 6s. 414 Pacha of many Tales, fcp. 8vo. 6s. Cole's (Rev. G.) I am a Christian, 12mo. 5s, cloth 4195 Paley's Works, by Paxton, 5 vols. 8vo. £2. 5s..... Cricketer's (The) Hand-Book, 32mo. Is............. 3711 Parley's Tales about Animals, new edit. square, 7s.6d. Don Quixote (English) Ilustrated, Vol. 2, r. 8vo. 168. 3974 Penny Magazine, Part 75, 6d...
415+ Dublin University Magazine, July, 2s. 6d.
4155 Du Ponceau on the Chinese System of Writing, royal
Pictorial Bible, 4to. Part 7, 5s.
4148 8vo. 24s.
Common Prayer, Part 10, 2s. 6d......... 4149 Dupotet's(Baron) Introduction to Animal Magnetism,
History of England, Part 17, 2s.
4150 fcp. 8s.
Portrait Illustrations to History of England, Pt. 5, 2s. 415) Eclectic Review for July, 38. 6d.
Pitcairn's Criminal Trials, 3 vols. 4to. €6. 16s. 6d. .. Edinburgh and its Society in 1838, fcp. 5s.....
Prasca Loupouloff, a Russian Narrative, 18mo. Is. .. 4189 Energy, by Mrs. Hofland, a Tale, fcp. 8vo. 58. ...... 3845
Quarterly Review, No. 123, 68:':
4205 Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History, translated, 8vo. 7s. 3846
Queen Berengaria's Courtesy, and other Poems, by Evangelist (The), edited by Rev. J. Leifchild and
Lady Stuart Wortley, 3 vols. post 8vo. 31s. 6d... 4185 Rev. Dr. Redford, Vol. 1, royal 12mo. 6s. 6d......
Railroadiana, First Series, ramo. 59........
Reminiscences of Half a Century, post 8vo. 75. ...... 4210
4165 Faber's Enquiry concerning the Vallenses, 8vo. 128. 4191
Roake and Varty's Ulustrations of the Bible, 20s.
Ryall's Portraits of Conservatives, Part 8, 12s.. 4230 Faussett's (Dr.) Sermon on the Revival of Popery, ls. 4196
Scriptural Peace in Death, fcp. 8vo. 2s.
4204 Finden's Landscape Souvenir, Vol. 3, 4to. (France and Switzerland) €1. Is. bound
Shakspeare's Works and Life, by Thomas Campbell, royal 8vo. 20s.....
4176 Fisher's Constantinople, Part 2, 2s...
4179 Fraser's Magazine for July, 2s. 6d.
Short Comments on everyChapter of the Bible, Pt. 4, Is. 4159 4147
Smith's Wealth of Nations, by J.R. M‘Culloch, 8vo.21s. 4217 Garrett's (P.) Mathematical Tables, 12mo. 4s. 60.
- (A.) Illustrations of the Zoology of South Girdlestone's (Rev. C.) Seven Sermons on Church
Africa, Part 1, royal 4to. 108...
4164 Catechism, 12mo. 2s. 6d.......
4194 Gore's(Mrs.) Rose-Fancier's Manual, post 8vo. 10s.6d. 4170
Southey's PoeticalWorks, Vol. 9, Roderick, fcp. 8vo.58. 4158 Graham's Elements of Chemistry, Part 2, 8vo. 2s.
Spencer's Travels in Western Caucasus, 2 vols. 8vo.285. 4167
4173 Gregory's (Dr. O.). Aids and Incentives to the
Spiritual Gem, or Clusters of Grapes from Eschol,
Vol. 2, 32mo, Is..... Acquisition of Knowledge, 8vo. Is. 6d. 4184
4153 Guthrie's (G. J.) Clinical Lectures on Compound
Statistical Society's Journal, No. 3, 1s. 6d.. Fractures of the Extremities, &c. 8vo. 3s. ....
Supplement to Leigh's Poor Laws, 4s.. Gutzlaff's China Opened, edited by Rev. A. Reed, 2
Swimmer's Hand Book, 18mo. Is...
3709 vols. post 8vo. 21s.
4180 Thom's (D.) Dialogues on Universal Salvation, Svo.5s. 4199 Hamilton's (E. M.) Poems on Several Occasions, Thomson's (Dr. T.) Chemistry of Organic Bodies 12mo. 5s.
4174 Hints on Study and Einployment of Time, fcp. 4s. 6d. Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical History and Antiquities of Carlisle, 8vo. 16s.; imp. Association, Vol. 6, Part 2, 8vo. 15s....... 8vo. 21s.
4181 Twenty Essays on God's Providential Dispensations, Horatii Opera, 32mo. 3s.
fcp. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
4193 Hunter's Annual, Part 2, folio, £2. 2s...
Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Part, Intermarriage, by A. Walker, post 8vo. plates, 14s.
48, 6d. Jardine and Selby's Illustrations of Ornithology,
Wilton's (R. P.) Answer to Montgomery's Poem of the Grave, ls....
4200 No. 4, 4to. 6s. 6d. ; large paper, 12s. 6d.
4163 Ladies' Sunday School Assistant, 12mo. 58.
Woman of the World, a novel, 3 vols. p. 8vo. 31s. 6d. 4168
4203 Landscape Historical Illustrations of Scotland and
Wood's Sketches in Normandy, folio, £2. 128. 6d. .. the Waverley Novels, Vol. 2, 4to. 25s.
3775 Wyld's Birmingham Railroad Guide, 18mo. 3s. Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopædia, Vol. 104 -- History of
Young Ladies' Equestrian Manual, fcp. 8vo. 48.
4172 England, Vol. 8, 6s.
4162 Leigh's Poor Laws and Supplement, 12mo. 21s.
Printed at 57, Skinner-St., Snowhill, in the City of London, Leighton's Flora of Shropshire, Part 1, 8vo. 4s....... 4208 by JANE Wilson, of 71, Myddleton St., in the Parish of M'Culloch's Statistics of the British Empire,
St. James, Clerkenwell, and ELIEZER CHATERWILSON,
of 6, Spencer Street, in the saine Parish ; and published Part 3, 5s........
on Monday, July 2, 1838, by SAMPSON Low, of 42, M'Neile's (Rev. H.) Sermons on the Second Advent,
Lamb's Conduit St., in the Parish of St. George the 12mo. 4s. 6d.
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