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Page 503 - THE LIFE OF THE LATE JAMES HAMILTON, DD, FLS By the Rev. WILLIAM ARNOT, Edinburgh. Post 8vo, 7s. 6d. cloth. With Portrait. "We rejoice to recommend this volume as a congenial and worthy record of one of the noblest and most fruitful lives with which the Church of Christ has been blessed in modern days. The editor's work has been done with admirable judgment.
Page 503 - THE SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK; or, The Keeper of Israel and the Sheep of His Pasture. By the Rev. JR MACDUFF, DD With Vignette. Tenth Thousand. Small Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth. "A remarkably well-written volume, eminently practical and devout in its tone, and one which spiritually-minded persons will read with both pleasure and profit.
Page 508 - NEWMAN HALL, LL.B. 3. THE LISTENER. By CAROLINE FRY. 4. DAYS AND NIGHTS IN THE EAST ; or, Illustrations of Bible Scenes. By the Rev. HORATIUS BONAR, DD 5. BEECHENHURST. A Tale. By AG, Author of "Among the Mountains,
Page 504 - THE WORKS OF THE LATE JAMES HAMILTON, DD, FLS Complete in Six Vols., Post 8vo, each 7s. 6d. cloth. '* More than most men he has embalmed his qualities in his writings. . . They well deserve to be published in a permanent form, and this handsome library edition will be a great boon to many families.
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Page 494 - DARK SAYINGS OF OLD. Being an attempt to Elucidate certain Difficult Passages of Holy Scripture, in a Series of Ten Lectures. By the Rev. JB McCAUL, Honorary Canon of Rochester, &c. Post 8vo, 5s. cloth, " A valuable contribution to current theological literature, and well adapted to counteract some of those erroneous opinions on sacred subjects which are sadly too prevalent in the present day." — Church of England Magazine. THE LITTLE CAMP ON EAGLE HILL. By the Author of " The Wide Wide World,
Page 501 - ST. PAUL IN ROME ; or, the Teachings, Fellowships, and Dying Testimony of the great Apostle in the City of the Caesars.
Page 508 - LIFE. A Series of Illustrations of the Divine Wisdom in the Forms, Structures, and Instincts of Animals. By PHILLIP H.
Page 501 - Edition. Crown 8vo, 6s. cloth. " A very readable, enjoyable and profitable work." — The Daily Telegraph. " A pleasant volume to read ; full of anecdote and illustration. It has a flavour of the raciness of the Doctor of Southey and of the philosophy of the Lacon of Colton."— The English Churchman.