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For NOVEMBER, Price SIXPENCE, Contains
MEMOIR OF FARADAY.
ABYSSINIA AND ITS ROUTES.
The Heron: Its Haunts and Habits. John Wilson. (With Portrait.)-Schiller: II. A Visit to his Birthplace. Profitable Bee-Keeping. By Rev. P. V. M. Filleul: X. Autumn and Winter Management.-The Festival of Death.-Lazarus in London. (With an Engraving of the Crossing Sweeper.)--Sketches of Character: XI. Boorishness. — Charles Kingsley, Novelist. (With a Full Page Engraving.)-Home Memo
With a Map from Authentic Official Sources.
ries of the Poets: Jonathan Swift.-Freda's Fortune: a Fairy Tale.-Secrets in Ciphers.-Duke William. By H. SAVILLE CLARKE. (With an Engraving of the Battle of Hastings.)-Bertrand Du Guesclin.-American Poets. (With a Portrait of Edgar Allan Poe.)--My First Acquaintance with Dickens.-How I Heard Blind Tom.Parisian Sketches: XV. The Poor. (With an Illustration.)-&c., &c.
NOW READY, 832 PAGES.
THE VOLUME FOR 1867,
WITH ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRATIONS BY EMINENT ARTISTS, INCLUDING TWENTY-FOUR FULL PAGE ENGRAVINGS, AND COLOURED PICTURES.
Price 7s. 6d., Handsomely Bound in Scarlet Cloth Boards.
With a View and Historical Notice of BEVERLEY MINSTER.
THE CHURCHMAN'S POCKET BOOK,
Supplying, in addition to the usual contents of such Manuals, a great amount of information on matters generally interesting to Churchmen.
Price 2s.; French Morocco (red), 2s. 6d.; Morocco, 3s.
THE COTTAGER'S SHEET ALMANACK,
Price ONE PENNY. Illustrated.
This Almanack may also be had with the upper portion Blank, so as to admit of the insertion of Local Title and Intelligence.
THE COTTAGER'S PENNY ALMANACK,
WITH TWELVE ENGRAVINGS.
MAY BE ALSO HAD IN A NEAT COVER, INTERLEAVED, PRICE THREEPENCE.
THE CHILDREN'S ALMANACK,
WITH A COLOURED FRONTISPIECE.
Price 1d; in a cover, interleaved, price 2d.
The Book of Common Prayer. With Plain Song and Appropriate Chants.
The Music Revised and Edited by JAMES TURLE, Esq., Organist of Westminster Abbey. Imperial 16mo. Cloth boards, red edges, 5s.; limp calf, gilt edges, or Persian antique, 78. 6d.
The Natural History of the Bible. By Rev. H. B. TRISTRAM, M.A., F.L.S.,
Author of "The Land of Israel." Demy 12mo. With numerous Illustrations. Cloth boards, red edges, 7s. 6d.
History of France. From the Earliest Times to the Second Empire. By the Author of " English History." Two Volumes. Fcap. 8vo, 12s.
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9. THE YOUNG CHILD'S GEOGRAPHY, adapted to the New Atlas, and carefully corrected. 36 pp. 18mo
10. OUTLINES of MODERN GEOGRAPHY, new edition, carefully corrected. 128 pp. 12mo,
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TABLE of LOGARITHMS,12mo, separately bd.
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21. LATIN RUDIMENTS, with Copious Exercises
All corrected to 1863.
CHART of the WORLD, 5 ft. 2 in. by 4 ft. 6 in.
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11. SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, on
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The above Maps, mounted on rollers and varnished,Nos. 1 and 2, price 22s. 6d. each; No. 3, 9s.; No. 9, 10s. ; all the others, 8s. each.
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The attention of Principals and Masters of public and private Schools in England, Scotland, and the Colonies, is respectfully called to the above Series of School Books, which have now reached a Sale of upwards of Five Million Copies. They will be found fully abreast of the requirements of the present day in every respect; while the superior manner in which they are got up, combined with their moderate price, adapt them for introduction into every variety of Schools. Sample Copies of any of the Works will be sent post free to any Teacher on receipt of one-half of the published price in Stamps.
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A String of strange Stories told round a Christmas fire by Six Young Widows and a Spinster of a certain Age.
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ANNUALS FOR 1868, Debrett's Peerage. Cr. Svo, cloth gilt, 8s. 6d. Debrett's Baronetage and Knightage. Crown 8vo, cloth gilt, 8s. 6d.
The above 2 vols. in 1, half-bd., gilt edges, 17s. 6d. Debrett's House of Commons, and the Judicial Bench. Edited by ROBERT II. MAIR. Crown Svo, cloth gilt, 6s. 6d.
Pitto, half-bound, gilt edges, 108. 6d.
Corner's and Rodwell's First Step to the History of England, New Edition, revised and amplified by Miss CORNER; to which is added a Chronological Table, Questions for Examination, and comprehensive and succinct particulars of Principal Events, Contemporary Sovereigns, Notable Persons, and National Progress, by Edward Farr, with Portraits of all the Monarchs since the Conquest. Price 2s. 6d. cloth gilt.
Dutch Tiles, or Drolleries for a Chimney Nook. 18. stiff illuminated cover.
These are admirably-executed humorous pictures drawn by Irvin Wood, and printed in colours. The explanations are amusing, have a moral tendency, and cannot fail to please all readers.
LITTLE LIBRARY OF AMUSEMENT. Old Nursery Stories, to Please Little Folks. Price 6d., with 100 illustrations.
Uniform with Old Merry Rhymes and other Popular Tales of this Series.
DEAN'S NEW SERIES FOR 1868. OF LARGE TYPE, 32MO. ROYAL, HALFPENNY ILLUSTRATED REWARD BOOKS. Twenty-four Varieties assorted to retail at 18., and Forty-eight Varieties assorted to retail at 28. per packet.
YOUNG ENGLAND'S FOLIO OIL-COLOUR AND GOLD PICTURE SERIES, (14 in. by 11 in.,) comprises the largest and handsomest Toy-books extant, 1s. stout fancy covers; or cloth untearable, 2s.
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SPRING PROJECTING FIGURES; or,
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OIL-COLOUR PICTURE BOOKS for 1868 Are the cheapest ever issued. Each book contains six highly-finished engravings, printed in O Colours, with appropriate text. 6d. in faucy wrapper; or cloth untearable, 1s.
Babies' Ditties; a Pleasant Book for the Nursery. By J. E. C. F. Easy words, bold type, pleasing infantile pictures by J. V. Barret. Verses, the Simplest of the Simple, for the Youngest of the Young. By J. E. C. F. Illastrated by J. V. Barret.
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The Flexible-Face Lady John Hodge, the Unchangeable Dame.
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The Scenic Fairy Tale of Cinderella and Her Little Glass Slipper.
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WINNING WORDS. Third Series, with many Woodcuts and Coloured Frontispiece, 288 pp. fcap. 8vo, cloth gilt
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A L. O. E.'s New Year's Address for 1868, with many
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