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THE NIGHT of TOIL; or, a Familiar Account of the Labours of the First Missionaries in
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT AND BOOK SOCIETY FOR IRELAND HAVE JUST PUBLISHED
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Also, New Editions of the following works, by
COMBINATION: a Tale, founded on Facts.
SHORT STORIES, for Children. 2 vols.
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the South Sea Islands. By the Author of "The Peep of CHRISTIAN TRUTH: a Family Guide to
Day," " Line upon Line," &c. 1 vol. 12mo, with Illustrations, 6s. cloth boards. (3868)
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CHURCH the CONVERTER of the HEATHEN. Two Sermons preached in conformity with the Queen's Letter in behalf of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, at St. Mary's Church, Melcombe 9, with By E. B. PUSEY, D.D. Regius Professor of Hebrew; Canon of Christ Church; and late Fellow of Oriel College. Published by request. 3s. (5869)
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PROGRESS and PROSPECTS of the NATIONAL SOCIETY for PROMOTING the EDUCATION of the POOR in the PRINCIPLES of the ESTABLISHED CHURCH, preached, for the benefit of that Society, in the Cathedral Church of Norwich, Sept. 30, 1838, by the Hon. GEORGE PELLEW, D.D. Dean of Norwich. 4d.; or 3s. per dozen for distribution. (5870) London: Longman, Orme, and Co. Norwich: John Stacy.
A SERMON on the
the Chief Truths of the Gospel; with Forms of Prayer for each Day in the Week, and Private Devotions on various occasions. By the Rev.G. BICKERSTETH, Rector of Watton, Herts. Being the 29th Volume of the Christian's Family Library. 6s. cloth. (5879)
CONSCIENCE considered chiefly in Refe
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R. B. Seeley and W. Burnside.
VOLUME SECOND of ISRAEL'S WAN
DERINGS in the WILDERNESS; being a Continuation of the Wanderings from Kadish to the Borders of the Promised Land. By the Rev. G. D. KRUMMACHER, of Elberfield. From the German. Translated by SAMUEL JACKSON, Esq. 12mo. 6s. cloth.
Also, lately published,
ISRAEL'S WANDERINGS in the WIL
DERNESS from Rameses to Kadesh. 12mo. 6s. cloth. (5882)
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UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF MR. CHARLES HEATH.
THE KEEPSAKE for 1839. Edited by F. MANSELL REYNOLDS, Esq. With beautiful Embellishments by Chalon, Edward Courbold, Harding, Creswick, Herbert, Miss F. Corbaux, Dyce, William Westall, Meadows, and Bentley; including an exquisite Portrait of the Countess GUICCIOLI, after a Picture, painted expressly for the KEEPSAKE, by CHALON. Super-royal Svo. 1. 1s. elegantly bound in crimson silk, with Hancock's Patent Backs; India Proofs, £2. 12s. 6d. NAMES OF CONTRIBUTORS.
Books and Prints just published—continued.
THE ORIENTAL ANNUAL for
1839. Edited by THOMAS BACON, Esq. Author of "First Impressions in Hindostan." 21s. bound in morocco elegant; or India Proofs, royal 8vo. 2. 12s. 6d.
The Proprietors believe that a very considerable improvement of the Oriental Annual, in every respect, will be found in the present volume. A change of the Editor has been made, and the plates are engraved in a first-rate style, from drawings by Stanfield, Roberts, Creswick, and Dibdin, after original and recent sketches in India.
They beg to caution the public against an imitation of this popular Annual, got up by certain parties who have obtained possession of Sketches made MANY YEARS AGO by the late Mr. Daniell. The adoption of their title, as closely as the law will allow, obliges them to give this notice.
Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street.
ACKERMANN'S ANNUALS FOR 1839.
THE BOOK of ROYALTY, or Characteristics
of British Palaces. Edited by Mrs. S. C. HALL. Containing Thirteen Facsimiles, illustrating incidents during various Reigns of the British Court, after Coloured Drawings by W. PERRING and J. BROWN, Elegantly bound in scarlet morocco, richly emblazoned, and forming the most splendid Annual hitherto produced. Imperial 4to. 2. 12s. 6d. (5904)
FORGET-ME-NOT for 1839: a Christmas,
New Year's, and Birthday Present. Edited by FREDERIC SHOBERL. Containing Engravings by C. and H. Rolls, Davenport, Simmons, Outrim, Stocks, Periam, Allen, and Hinchliff, from Paintings and Drawings by Cooper, R.A., Parris, Barrett, Jones, Middleton, Joy, Nash, Jennings, Mrs. M'lan, Miss Adams, and Bell; and Literary Compositions by T. K. Hervey, D. Jerrold, Calder Campbell, P. H. Fleetwood, Esq. M.P., Dr. Mackenzie, H. F. Chorley, Swain, Michell, Richard and Mary Howitt, Miss Landon, Miss Lawrance, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Sigourney, L. H. Sheridan, &c. &c. 12s. elegantly bound in maroon Miss Gould, Mrs. Walker, Miss M. A. Browne, Miss
on LIGHT and SHADOW, COMPOSITION, &c. as applicable to Landscape Painting. Twenty Plates, containing Eighty-Three Examples, executed in the present improved method of Two Tints. By SAMUEL PROUT, Esq. F.S.A. Painter in Water Colours in Ordinary to Her Majesty. Imperial 4to. 2. 2s. cloth lettered. (5906)
Ackermann and Co. 96, Strand.
THE VILLAGE RECRUITS, (companion
to the Village Politicians) from the Original Picture, in the possession of John Greaves, Esq. of Irlam Hall; to whom, by permission, the Print is dedicated. Painted by Sir DAVID WILKIE, R.A.; engraved in Line by CHARLES Fox. Size, 24 by 20 inches high. Prints, £2. 2s.; Proofs, 4. 4s.; India Proofs, £6. 6s.; India Proofs, before Letters, 28. 8s. (5907)
LINNELL'S NEW PORTRAIT OF
SIR ROBERT PEEL, Bart. is now ready. Prints, 1 1s.; Proofs, £1. 11s. 6d.; India, before Letters, 2. 2s.
"We understand that this is the only portrait Sir Robert ever sat for, except that painted by Sir Thomas Lawrence; Lawrence's represented him as he was some 20 years since-Mr. Linnell's as he now is." LIT. GAZ. Oct. "It has evidently been executed with great care and attention in point of likeness it is successful " MORN. HER. Oct. 13. (5908)
Thomas Boys, 11, Golden Square, Regent Street.
In consequence of the encouraging patronage and unexampled success which have attended the publication of Mr. Doo's Engraving after the great Picture by Sir David Wilkie, Mr. Moon has entered into arrangements with the same eminent Artists for the immediate production of a corresponding historical subject of equal effect and importance. The Painting, which will form not only an apposite but indispensable companion to the Preaching of John Knox, is already very considerably advanced in the hands of Sir David. (5909)
F. G. Moon, Her Majesty's Printseller, 20, Threadneedle Street.
CORONATION; painted by E. T. PARRIS, Esq., Historical Painter to the Queen Dowager.
This great work of art (of which, in the compass of an advertisement, it is utterly impossible to convey an adequate idea) will, with the Grand Portrait of Her Majesty by Chalon, and the Queen in Council by Sir David Wilkie, painted by command, form a part of the
REGAL GALLERY OF PICTURES illustrating the incidents of the reign of Queen Victoria, which Mr. Moon has arranged to produce as events and circumstances may render necessary. (5910)
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Works in the Press.
BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY of ENGLAND, from the Peace
RE-EDITED AND RE-MODELLED THROUGHOUT,
SO AS TO FORM AN ENTIRELY NEW WORK.
MESSRS. LONGMAN & Co. (sole proprietors of the copyright of this work) have made considerable progress in
of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. By Lord MAHON. Third and last Vol. 8vo.-In a few days. (5914)
preparing a greatly improved Biographical Dictionary. EI
The extensive additions and improvements of the late Mr. Chalmers, the result of seven years assiduous labour, together with the Biographical Articles written by professional gentlemen for Dr. Rees' Cyclypædia (also the sole property of Messrs. Longman and Co.), have been placed in appropriate hands. The whole will be revised and remodelled, with all the necessary additions, in a style of composition suitable to the dignity of writers narrating the actions and performances, and passing judgment upon the characters, of the illustrious and distinguished individuals who will form the subject of its pages. The work will be on a COMPRESSED and not on an ENLARGED scale; but while the space allotted to each
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LEMENTS of the PATHOLOGY of the HUMAN MIND. By THOMAS MAYO, M.D. F.R.S. Fellow of the College of Physicians; and late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Fcp. Svo.-In a few days. (5915) John Murray, Albemarle Street.
THE STATE in its RELATIONS with
the CHURCH. By W. E. GLADSTONE, Esq. Student of Christ Church, and M.P. for Newark, 8vo. (5916) John Murray, Albemarle Street.
Life, according to its relative importance, will be fully BUENOS AYRES, and the PROVINCES
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All further particulars will be given as soon as the whole work is in that state of forwardness which will ensure its uniform and satisfactory completion in a reasonable time from the commencement of its publication. (5911)
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HEATH'S PICTURESQUE ANNUAL:
of LA PLATA. By Sir WOODBINE PARISH, K.C.H. many years H. M. Chargé d'Affaires in that Republic. Withi Plates and Map, &c. 8vo. (5917)1
a HISTORY and DESCRIPTION of VERSAILLES. BY LEITCH RITCHIE, Esq. With Nineteen Illustrations, containing, among a series of highly-finished Landscape, A NEW GREEK DELECTUS; being
Interior Views, by Mackenzie,
Callow of Paris, the following interesting subjects:
Super-royal 8vo. 1. 1s. elegantly bound in green silk
Sentences for Translation from Greek into English and from English into Greek. Edited, from the German of Dr. R. KÜHNER, by ALEXANDER ALLEN. 12mo. (5919)
Printed for Taylor and Walton, Booksellers and Publishers to University College, 28, Upper Gower Street.
and gold, with Hancock's Patent Backs; India Proofs, A CHARGE, delivered to the CLERGY
£2. 2s. a few days.
London: Longman, Orme, and Co.
of HAMPSHIRE, September 1838, by WILLIAM DEALTRY, D.D. Chancellor of the Diocese of Winchester, &c. (5920)
John Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly.
UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF MR. CHAS. HEATH.
PORTRAITS of CHILDREN of the GERALDINE: a Sequel to "Coleridge's
Lady M. Compton: daughter
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Christabel ;" and other Poems. FARQUHAR TUPPER, Esq. Author of " Proverbial PhiloBY MARTIN sophy." Post 8vo.-On Saturday next. (5921)
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EMIGRATION FIELDS; or, a Description Zealand: giving a comparative View of the Practical of North America, the Cape, Australia, and New Advantages presented by each of these Fields to British Emigrants. By PATRICK MATTHEW. In a cheap (5927) portable volume, with Maps.
TWO TREATISES ON
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A TREATISE ON THE
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MARY HOWITT. Beautifully illustrated, as a Companion to BIRDS AND FLOWERS.
BIRDS and FLOWERS.
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TWO ESSAYS ON
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