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BOOKS BY REV. C. H. SPURGEON.
THE TREASURY OF DAVID.-An original exposition of the book of Psalms. Complete in seven volumes. 8vo, cloth, per volume, $2.00; sheep, $2.75.
PHILIP SCHAFF, D.D.: "The most important and practical work of the age on the PSALTER, Full of the force and genius of this celebrated preacher and rich in selections from the entire range of literature."
JOHN HALL, D.D.: "Mr. Spurgeon's great work on the Psalms is without an equal as an exposition of that portion of Scripture."
THEODORE L. CUYLER, D.D: "I bave used this work for five years and found it worthy of its name. Whoso goeth in there will find rich spoils."
"WILLIAM M. TAYLOR, D.D: "In the exposition of the heart, The Treas ury of David is sui generis, rich in experience and pre-eminentiy devotional. The exposition is always fresh. To the preacher it is especially suggestive."
MY SERMON NOTES.-Outline of sermons delivered in The Tabernacle,
London. Vol. I., Gen.-Prov.; Vol. II., Eccles.-Malachi; Vol. III., St.
Christian World, London: "Preachers of every grade will find some fresh suggestion under every head."
ILLUSTRATIONS AND MEDITATIONS; or,
Flowers from a Puritan's Garden."-Distilled and dispensed by Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. 12mo, paper 25 cents; cloth, $1.co.
Ledger, Philadelphia: "Thomas Manten, D.D., who died near the close of the seventeenth century, was a voluminous preacher and writer. He received praise from his contemporaries, which has been echoed by every generation since. Mr. Spurgeon has selected the most striking and epigrammatic passages of his writings and appended to each a 'meditation."
THE CLEW OF THE MAZE; or, Modern Infidelity and How to Meet It.
Together with a series of non-religious papers, "The Spare Half Hour." Paper, 15 cents; cloth, 75 cents.
Christian Herald, London: "As full of good things as an egg is of meat. Its treatment of the epidemic of skepticism is thorough.'
TALKS TO FARMERS.—A book of Nineteen Discourses to Farmers. 12mo, cloth $1.00.
Canada Baptist, Toronto: "It will be especially valuable to farmers, but all will enjoy the practical common sense, the abundance of illustrative anecdote and the richness of imagery."
JOHN PLOUGHMAN'S TALK; or, Plain Advice to Plain People.Bound in the same volume is Carlyle's Edinburgh address "On the Choice of Books." 4to, manilla, 12 cents.
Watchman, London: "It is racy, pungent, plain, and to the point."
JOHN PLOUGHMAN'S PICTURES; or, More of His Plain Talk to Plain People.-Containing 39 quaint illustrations. Price, paper, 15 cents.
Christian, London: "The very quintessence of uncommon common-sense."
the bible and the NEWSPAPER; or, How to Garner Bible Truths from Current News.-4to, manilla. Price, paper, 15 cents.
FUNK & WAGNALLS, Publishers, 10 and 12 Dey St., New York,
TREASURY OF DAVID:
AN ORIGINAL EXPOSITION OF THE BOOK OF PSALMS;
A COLLECTION OF ILLUSTRATIVE EXTRACTS FROM THE WHOLE
RANGE OF LITERATURE;
A SERIES OF HOMILETICAL HINTS UPON ALMOST EVERY
AND LISTS OF WRITERS UPON EACH PSALM.
C. H. SPURGEON.
PSALM CIV. TO CXVIII.
FUNK & WAGNALLS, 10 AND 12 DEY STREET.