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MISCELLANEOUS.

Pages Beale's (Miss) Vale of the Towey

4 Black's Treatise on Brewing - 4 Biay's Philosophy of Necessity 6 Clavers's Forest Life

6 Collegian's Guide (The)

6 Colton's Lacon

6 De Morgan On Probabilities

7 De Strielecki's New South Wales 8 Finch's Natural Boundaries of Empires

9 Good's Book of Nature

9 Graham's English

9 Guest's Mabindrion

10 Handbook of Taste

11 Hobbes (Thos.), English Works of 12 Horace, by ite

23 Holland's Progressive Education - 11 Howitt's Rural Life of England 12

Viitato Remarkable Places 13
Student Life of Germany 13
Rural and Domestic Life
of Germany

13
Colonisation and Chris.
tinnity

13
German Experiences 12
Tumphreys lluninated Books
Tiuniinated Clindar
Jeffrey's Francia Contributions to

The Edinburgh Review
Laing's (S, jun.) on National
Dierens Prize Essay)

15
Lefevre' (Sir George) Apology for
the Neries -

16
Letters on American Debts
Life of a Traveling Physician 16
Lourlon's (Mrs.) Lady's Country
Companion

17 Macaulay's Critical and Historical Essays

18 Mackintosh's Miscellaneous Work 18 Mars and Willis (Drs., on Decrease of Disease

20 Müller's Mythology

22 Peter Plymley's Letters Sandhy On Mesmerism

25 Sandford's Church, School, and Parish

28 Saward's Narrative of Shipwreck- 20 Smith's (Kev. Sydney) Works Summerly's (Mrs. Felix) Mother's Primer

29 Taylor's Statesman

29
Wilker's Chess Studies
Wixan Dr.) On the Duality of the
Mind

32
Willoughby's (Lady) Diary
Wright's llistory of Society in Eng. 32

NATURAL HISTORY. Catlow's l'opular Conchology

6 Gray's Figures of Molluscous Animals 9 and Mitchell's Ornithology

10
Kirby and Spence's Entomology
Lee's Taxidermy

Elements of Natural History 16
Proceedings of Zoological Society -
Stephens'n British Coleoptera
Swainson On Study of Natural Hist. 29

Animals -
Taxidermy

Quadrupeds
Biris

29
Animals in Menageries 29
Fish, Amphibians, and
Reptiles

29
Insects -

29
Malacology
Habits and Instincts of
Animals

29
Transactions of Zoological Society 30
Turton's Shells of the British Islands 31
Waterton's Embaruon Natural llist. 32
Westwood's Classification of Insects 31
NOVELS AND WORKS OF

FICTION, Carlén's Rose of Tistelon

6 Doctor (the Dunlop's History of Fiction

8 Horitis (Anna Mary) Betrothed Lovers

12 (Mary) Neighbours 12 llome

12 President's Daughters 12 “ Diary, &c.

Loudon's Enc;rlopaedias Pages

Puss Treek and Shrubs

17 Bresster's Optics Gardening

17 Conversations on Mineralogy Agriculture

17 De la Beche On the Gegy ef Plants

17

Cornwall, &c.
M'Culloch's Geographical Dictionary 19 Donovan's Chemistry

Dictionary of Commerce 19 Farey On the Steam Engine
Murray's Encyclop. of Geography - 22 Fostroke On the Arts, Mann,
Savage's Dictionary of Printing 26 Manufactures, and instituto
Cre's Dictionary of Arts, Manufac-

of the Greeks and Romans tures, and Minea

31 Greeper's Scienec of Gunnery
Webiter and Parkes's Domestic

On the Gun
Economy

Herschel's Natural Philosophy 11

Astrony
POETRY AND THE DRAMA.

Holland's Manufactures in Metal 12
Aikin's (Dr.) British Poets
26 Hunt Researches on Light -

13 Bullie's New Dramas

3 Kane's Elements of Chemistry Plays of the Passions

kater and Larner's Mechanice 15 Bowdler's Family Shakespeare

26 Lardner's Cabinet Cyclone2 13 Chalenor's Walter Gray

6

Hydrostatics and PoroPoetical Remains

matics Goldsmith's Poems

and Walker's Electrieity Horace, by Tate

29

Arithmetic
L. E. Li's Poetical Works

16
Geometry

16 Macaulay's Lars of Ancient Rome 18

Treatise on Heat
Montgomery's Poetical Works 21 Lectures on Polarised Light

15 Moore's Poetical Works

21 Lerebours Photography,b; Egerton Lalls Rookh, medium svo. 21 Lloyd On Light and

fep. io. 21 Low's Simple Melies of Chemistry Irish Melodies

21 Mckenzie's Physiology of Vinics : Do, illustrated by Maclise 21 Marcet's Mrs. Conversations on Moral of Flowers

21
the Sciences, &c.

19 Nisbet's Poems

22 Moscley's Practical Mechanics Southey's Poctical Works

27

Enginering& Architecture British Poets

28 Yarrien's Ceometry

Astronomy and Geodesy Thomson's Seasons

Oven's Lectures on Comp Anatomy

Parnell On Roads .
POLITICAL ECONOMY Teron's Practical Astrodony
AND STATISTICS.

Peschel's Elcheat of Pbrics
M'Culloch Geographical, Statisti-

Phillips's Palauzole Fossils of cal, and Historical Dictionary 19

Cornwall, &c.
Dictionary of Com-

Guide to Geelor
merce

19

Treatise on Gogy
Literature of Political

Introduct to Mindalogy
Economy

19

Portlock's Report on the Geology On Funding and Taxa

of London. ry tion

Poarill's Satural philosophy

18
Kane's (Dr.) Industrial Resources Quarterly Journal of the Geological
of Ireland

Saciety of London
Spackman's Statistical Tables 27

Robert's Dictionary of Geology
Strong's Grecce as a Kingdom

Sandhurst's Mathematical Cuar
Tooke's llistory of Prices

Moresby's Magnetical Investigations

Scots Artlabetic and Algebra
RELICIOUS & MORALWORKS.

Thorn son's Algebra
Aimy Herbert .

Wilkinson's Engines of War

3
Buley's Essays on Pursuit of Truth 3

Tood On Railroads
Bloomfield's Greek Testament

5
College and School do.

TOPOGRAPHY AND
Greek & English Lexi-
con to New Testament 5

CUIDE BOOKS.
Burder's Oriental Customs

5 Addison's History of the Temple Burns's Christian Philosophy

Church
Fragnients

6

Guide to ditto
Callcott's Scripture Herbal

6 Britton's Picture of London
Dibdin's Sunday Library

28 Howitt's German Experiences 12 Dodridge's Family Expositor Englikanan's Greek Concordance of the New Testament

TRANSACTIONS OF
Englishman's Heb & Chald.Concord, 8

SOCIETIES.
Ford's New Devout Corrmunicant 9 Transactions of Societies
Century of l'rayers

9 Britisti Architects
Hinta on Life -

11

Civil Engineers
Horsley's Bp.) Biblical Criticism. 12

Entomological
Kippis Collection of Hymns, &c. - 15

Linnan
Marriage Gift -

20

Zoological
Purkey's Domestic Duties

22

Proceedings of the Zoological Socirty 23
Pearson's Prayers for Families 22

Quarterly Journal of the Geological
Riddle's Letters from a Gulfather. 24
Robinson's Greth& English Lexicon

Society of London
to the New Testament 25

TRAVELS.
Sandford's Parochialia

25
Femde Improvement

25

Allan's Mediterranean -
On Woman

25

Beale's (Miss Tale of the Tower
Sermon on the Mount (The) 26

China, Last Year in
Spalding's Philosophy of Christian De (u-tine's Russia
Mornis -

27

De Strzelecki's New South Wales Tate's History of St. Paul

29

Harris's Highlands of Ethiopia 11 Tayler's Dora Melder

29

Howitt's Wanderings of a journey. Margaret; or, the Pearl 29 man Taylor •

13 Sermons

German Experiences 13

Laing's Notes of a Trailer - 15
Lady Mary; or, Not of the
World

29

Residence in Norway
Turner's Sacred History -

31

Tour in Sweden
Wardlaw's Socinian Controversy

Life of a Travelling Physician

16 Willoughby's (Lady) Diary

32

Modern Syrians

12 « The Family, &c.

12 Marryat's Masterman Ready - 20 Settlers in Canada

20
Opie's (Mrs. Novels
Rambles of the Emperor Ching Tih
Trollope's (Mrs.) The Laurringtons 30
ONE-VOL. CYCLOPÆDIAS

AND DICTIONARIES.
Blaine's Encyclopædia of Rural

Sports -
Brande's Dictionary of Science,

Literature, and art
Copland's Dictionary of Medicine 7
Gwilt', Encyclop, of Architecture - 10
Johnson's Farner's Encyclopædia - 11

Postans's Observations on Sindh
RURAL SPORTS.

Seaward's Narrative
Blaine's Dictionary of Sports

4 Strong's Greece as a Kingdom
Hansard's Fishing in Wales

11 Von Orlich's I rarels in India
Hawker's Instructions to Sportamen 11
Loulon's (Mrs.) Lady's Country VETERINARY MEDICINE
Companion

17
Ronalds's Fly-fisher's Entomology

AND AFFAIRS.

25
Thacker's Courser's Remembrancer 29 Field's Veterinary Records

9 Coursing Rules

Morton's Veterinary Medicine 21 THE SCIENCES IN CENERAL

Toxicological Chart 21

Percivall's Hippopathole my
AND MATHEMATICS.

Anatomy of the Horse - 3
Bakewell's Introduction to Geology 3 Spooner On Foot and Leg of Horse
Balmain's Lessons on Chemistry 3 Turner On the Foot of the Horse $3
Bande's Dictionary of Science, White's Veterinary Art -
Literature, and Art

8

Cattle Medicine

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ACTON (ELIZA.)-MODERN COOKERY,

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