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TOMLINE (BISHOP).--AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY
OF THE BIBLE; Being the First Volume of the Elements of Christian Theology ; con. taining Proofs of the Authenticity and Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures; a Summary of the History of the Jews, an Account of the Jewish Sects; and a brief Statement of the Contents of the several Books of the Old Testament. By the late George Tomline, D.D.F.R.S. New Edition. Foolscap 8vo.5s.6d, cloth.
TOOKE.—THE HISTORY OF PRICES;
year 1847, inclusive. With a Sketch of the History of the Corn Trade in the last Two Centuries; a General Review of the Currency Question; and Remarks on the Operation of the Acts 7 & 8 Victoria, c.32. By Thomas looke, Esq. F.R.S. 4 vols. 8vo. 31.63. cloth.
TOWNSEND.-MODERN STATE TRIALS.
Revised and illustrated with Essays and Notes. By William Charles Towusend, Esq. M.A.Q.C., late Recorder of Macclesfield. 2 vols. 8vo. 30s. cloth. “ Nr. Townsend has done an acceptable service both to the legal profession and the public in forming this collection of some of the most important and interesting judicial proceedings which have ever been witnessed in English courts of justice. ... We need say no more to recommend the volumes of Mr. Townsend, which, whether as a record of precedents or a repertory of some of the most remarkable specimens of forensic eloquence, are equally useful.”
TOWNSEND.—THE LIVES OF TWELVE EMINENT
JUDGES OF THE LAST AND OF THE PRESENT CENTURY. By W. Charles Townsend, Esq., M.A.Q.C., latc Recorder of Macclesfield. 2 vols. 8vo. 288. cloth.
TURNER.—THE SACRED HISTORY OF THE WORLD,
Attempted to be Philosophically considered, in a series of Letters to a Son. By Sharon Turner, F.S.A. and R.A.S.L. Eighth Edition, edited by the Rev. Sydney 'Turner, 3 vols, post 8vo. 318, 6d. cloth.
TURNER- THE HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS,
From the Earliest Period to the Norman Conquest. By Sharon Turner, F.R.S. and R.A.S.L.
The Seventh Edition (1852). 3 vols. 8vo.363. cloth. ** The text and notes of this edition have been carefully revised, and as many of the Author's later corrections additions as appeured to have been intended and prepared by him for publication, have been introduced.
TURTON'S (DR.) MANUAL OF THE LAND AND FRESH
WATER SHELLS OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS. A new Edition, thoroughly revised with Additions. By John Edward Gray. Post Svo. with Woodcuts, and 12 coloured Plates 158.cloth.
URE. — DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES, AND
MINES: Containing a clear Exposition of their Principles and Practice. By Andrew Ure, M.D.F.R.S. M.G.S.M.A.S. Lond., M. Acad. N.S. Philad.; S. Ph. Soc. N. Germ. Hanov.; Mullii, etc. etc. 3d Edition, corrected. 8vo. with 1,241 Woodcuts. 50s. cloth.
By the same Author,
WATERTON-ESSAYS ON NATURAL HISTORY,
Chietly Ornithology. By Charles Waterton, Esq., author of "Wanderings in South America. With an Autobiography of the Author, and Views of Walton Hall. New Editions, 2 vols, foolscap 8vo. 148.6d. cloth.
*** Separately-Vol. 1. (First Series), 8s.; Vol. II. (Second Series), 6s.6d.
ALARIC WATTS'S POETRY AND PAINTING.–LYRICS OF
THE HEART; with other Poems. By Alaric A. Watts. With Forty-one highly-finished Line Engravings, executed expressly for this work by the most eminent Painters and Engravers. In one Volume, square crown &vo. price 318. 6d. boards, or 45s. bound in morocco by Hayday; Proof Impressions, 633. boards.-Plain Proofs 41, Plates, demy 4to. (only 100 copies printed) 21.25. in portfolio; India Proofs before letters, colombier 4to. (only 50 copies printed), 51.5s. in tfolio.
WEBSTER.-AN ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY:
Comprising such subjects as are most immediately connected with Housekeeping; as, The Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the Modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting them-A Description of the various Articles of Furniture, with the Nature of their Materials-Duties of Servants, etc. etc. By Thomas Webster, F.G.S., etc. etc.; assisted by the late Mrs. Parkes. New Edition. Svo. with nearly 1,000 Woodcuts, 508. cloth.
WHEATLEY.—THE ROD AND LINE;
Or, Practical Hints and Daiuty Devices for the sure taking of Tront, Grayling, etc. By Hewett Whentley, Esq., Senior Angler. Foolscap 8vo. withNine coloured (Plates, 108.6d. cloth.
LADY WILLOUGHBY'S DIARY.
So much of the Diary of Lady Willoughby as relates to her Domestic History, and to the Eventful Reign of King Charles the First, the Protectorate, and the Restoration (1635 to 1663). Printed, ornamented, aud bound in the style of the period to which The Diary refers. New Edition; in Two Parts.' Square foolscap 850. 88. each, boards ; or 188. each, bound in morocco by Hayday.
By William Youatt. With a Treatise of Draught. A New Edition; with numerous Wood Eugravings from Designs by William Harvey. 8vo. 108. cloth.
*.* Messrs. Longinan and Co.'s Edition should be ordered.
By William Youatt. A New Edition; with numerous Wood Engravings from Designs by
William Harvey. 8vo. 68. cloth. *.* The above works, which were prepared under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, are now published by Messrs. Longman and Co., by assigninent from Mr. Charles Knight. It is to be vbserved, that the edition of Mr. Youatt's book on the Horse which Messrs. Longman and Co. have purchased from Mr. Knight, is that which was thoronghly revised by the author, and thereby rendered in many respects a new work. The engravings also were greatly improved. Both works are the most complete treatises in the language on the History, Structure, Diseases, and Management of the Animals of which they treut.
ZINCKE.-SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF
THE FUTURE ; or, a Sketch of the Solution which Time appears to be preparing for the different Educational Questions of the Day. By the Rev. Foster Barham Zincke, Vicar of Wherstead, near Ipswich. Post 8vo. 78, cloth. “ We have no space to devote to the nature of the alteration which the author proposes to make in the subjects of instruction and in the manner of teaching. On this point and on various others, such as the effects which would be likely to be produced by the establishment of a system of this nature, we must refer to the treatise. We would only add, in conclusion, that it contains a masterly analysis of the errors, the short.comings, and the mischiefs of our present state with regard to education, and the admirable suggestions as to the practicability of the establishment in its place of a system which may be productive of incalculable benefit to the coming generation.'
ZUMPT.-A GRAMMAR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE.
By C. G. Zumpt, Ph. D. Professor in the University, and Member of the Royal Academy of Berlin. Translated from the 9th Edition of the original, and adapted to the use of English Students, by Leonhard Schmitz, Ph. D., Rector of the High School of Edinburgh; with numerous Additions and Corrections by the Author. New Edition. 8vo.148.cloth.
Varch 31, 1852.
London: Printed by M, Mason Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row.