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Page 522 - By JMD MEIKLEJOHN, MA, Professor of the Theory, History, and Practice of Education in the University of St Andrews. Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.
Page 517 - The Earldom of Mar in Sunshine and in Shade, during Five Hundred Years. With incidental Notices of the leading Cases of Scottish Dignities from the reign of King Charles I. till now. By ALEXANDER, EARL OF CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, LORD LINDSAY, etc. etc. 2 vols. demy Svo, 32s. The Crime of Henry Vane : a Study with a Moral. By JS of Dale, Author of "Guerndale.
Page 519 - Kalendars of Scottish Saints, with Personal Notices of those of Alba, etc. By ALEXANDER PENROSE FORBES, DCL, Bishop of Brechin. 1 vol. 4to, price £3, 3s. A few copies for sale on large paper, £5, 15s. 6d. "A truly valuable contribution to the archaeology of Scotland.
Page 515 - These meditations are the production of a missionary whose mental history is very remarkable. . . . His conversion to a religious life is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable on record. They are all distinguished by a tone of true piety, and are wholly free from a sectarian or controversial bias."— Morning Post.
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Page 529 - Sketch of Thermodynamics. By PG TAIT, Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. Second Edition, revised and extended. Crown Svo, 5s.
Page 522 - We have not seen a volume of sermons for many a day which will so thoroughly repay both purchase and perusal and re-perusal. And not the least merit of these sermons is, that they are eminently suggestive."— Contemporary Review. " The sermons before us are indeed of no common order ; among a host of competitors they occupy a high class — we were about to say the highest class— whether viewed in point of composition, or thought, or treatment.
Page 167 - They subsist by their cattle, leading for the most part a wandering life. Of the metals they have tin and lead, which with skins they barter with the merchants for earthenware, salt, and brazen...