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Page 293 - the close of the Canon of the Old Testament, and shown to be in harmony with the true Chronology of the Times. By the Lord ARTHUR HERVEY, MA Rector of Ickworth with Horringer. 8vo. cloth, 10*. 6d. " We commend Lord Hervey's book to our readers as a valuable storehouse of information on
Page 295 - soul clouds that are gathering heavily, and threatening to settle down in wintry gloom on the summer of many a fair and promising young life."—Spectator. " We cordially welcome Mr. Kingsley into the field of discussion on which he has here entered. It is one in which he is capable beyond most of doing the state some service."—
Page 299 - This is part of a series of Theological Manuals, now in progress* PUCKLE.—An Elementary Treatise on Conic Sections and Algebraical Geometry. With a numerous collection of Easy Examples progressively arranged, especially designed for the use of Schools and Beginners. By G. HALE PUCKLE, MAŤ St. John's College, Cambridge, Mathematical Master in the Royal Institution School, Liverpool. Crown 8vo. cloth,
Page 293 - A History of the Christian Church, during the Middle Ages. By the Rev. CHAS. HARDWICK, MA Fellow of St. Catharine's Hall, and late Cambridge Preacher at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall. •Author of " A History of the XXXIX. Articles." With Four Maps constructed for this Work by A. KEITH JOHNSTON, Esq. Crown 8vo. cloth,
Page 300 - ROBINSON.—Missions urged upon the State on grounds both of Duty and Policy. An Essay which obtained the Maitland Prize in the year 1852. By the Rev. CK ROBINSON, MA, Fellow and Assistant Tutor of St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge. Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 3*. *' In this little volume, which we heartily recommend to our readers, we have forcibly
Page 302 - THRING—2. The Child's Grammar. Being the substance of the above, with Examples for Practice. Adapted for Junior Classes. A New Edition. 18mo. limp cloth, 1*. ' " The book cannot be too strongly recommended or too widely circulated. Its price is small, and Its value
Page 304 - WESTCOTT.—An Introduction to the Study of the Gospels; Including a new and improved Edition of " The Elements of the Gospel Harmony." With a Catena on Inspiration, from the Writings of the AnteNicene Fathers. By BROOKE FOSS WESTCOTT, MA, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Assistant Master in Harrow School. Crown 8vo. cloth.
Page 301 - An Epitome of the History of the Christian Church during the first Three Centuries and during the Time of the Reformation, adapted for the use of Students in the Universities and in Schools. 'With Examination Questions. 2d Edition, Improved. Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 5*.
Page 295 - KINGSLEY—Alexandria and Her Schools: being Four Lectures delivered at the Philosophical Institution, Edinburgh. With a Preface. By Rev. C. KINGSLEY, Canon of Middleham, and Rector of Eversley; Author of " Phaethon." Crown 8vo. cloth, 5*. " A series of brief but brilliant biographical and literary sketches, interspersed
Page 289 - Dissertations ; and an English Metrical Translation. By BERNARD DRAKE, MA, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; Editor of " Demosthenes de Corona." 8vo. cloth, 7*. 6d. "A goodly text, with English notes and an informing introduction. To these Mr. Drake has added an English version, which more than conveys to the reader an idea of the