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MR. MURRAY'S LIST.
UKS JUST PUBLISHED.
XVII. The BOTANICAL MISCELLANY. By W. I. HOOKER, LL.D. F.R.S. and L.S. &c. &c. and Regius Professor of Botany in the University of Glasgow. With Twenty plain and Ten coloured Engravings, 4to. of new and rare plants. Price only 1l. 1s. Nos. IV. and V.
Volume I. of the BOTANICAL MISCELLANY, containing Nos. I. II. and III. is now complete, with Seventy-four Plates. Price il. lls. 6d. A few copies of Nos. I. and II. with coloured Plates. 158. each.
XVIII. The CORRESPONDENCE of ISAAC BASIRE, D.D. Archdeacon of Northumberland, and Prebendary of Durham, in the Reigns of Charles I. and II. With a MEMOIR of HIS LIFE. By W. N. DARNELL, B.D. Rector of Stanhope. 1 vol. 8vo. To correspond with D'Oyley's Life of Sancroft.
XIX. The VERACITY of the GOSPELS and ACTS of the APOSTLES, argued from the Undesigned Coincidences to be found in them, when compared--1, with each other-and 2, with Josephus. By the Rev. J.J. BLUNT, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, Author of “ The Veracity of the Five Books of Moses.” Second Edition. 58. 6d.
CAPTAIN PARRY'S FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, and FOURTH VOYAGES. A New Edition, beautifully printed in Six Pocket Volumes. With Plates by FINDEN. 248.
The object of this work is to present the public with a cheap but elegant edition of the Accounts of the great Discoveries made in consequence of the Voyages and Travels which have of late years been undertaken, chiefly under the direction of the British Government.
The interesting NARRATIVE of CAPTAIN FRANKLIN'S Privations and Sufferings during his VOYAGES to the POLAR SEA. Beautifully printed in Four Pocket Volumes, similar to those of Captain Parry's Voyages; and illustrated with Portraits of Captain Franklin, Captain Back, Dr. Richardson, Lieutenant Hood, and with sixteen Views, engraved by Finden (in all twenty plates). Only 20s.
III. The TRAVELS and DISCOVERIES in NORTHERN and CENTRAL AFRICA. By the late Lieut.-Col. DENHAM, Captain CLAPPERTON, and Doctor OUDNEY. A Fourth Edition, with Portraits and numerous other Engravings, in Four Pocket Volumes. 208.
Printed, for the first time, uniformly with the small Edition of PARRY'S and FRANKLIN's Voyages and Discoveries.
NOTES CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY.
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