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APRIL 15, 1867.

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Conington's Æneid.

WIDDLETON, Publisher, No. 17 Mercer St., New York. The Æneid of Virgil. .

Translated into English verse (Scott's Ballad Metre) by John CoNington, M. A., Latin Professor in the Uni.

versity of Oxford. An elegant library edition, in large clear type, handsomely printed on toned paper. One

volume crown 8vo., bevelled boards, uncut, $2 50; half calf, $4 00. "The very lightest, freshest, and yet most accurate metrical translation of Virgil that has yet been added to our litera. ture." - London Examiner.

“As we are enticed on by its magic music, we cannot doubt that Professor Conington has chosen the best metre.”—Londos Athenaeum.

"It is scarcely possible, within our present limits, to do justice to the critical and poetical qualities displayed in this translation.''-London Saturday Review.

“Professor Conington's translation will certainly do much to increase among the general public a right onderstanding and appreciation of the great Roman poet."- Frazer's Magazine.

"It was reserved for Mr. Coniugton to give us a thoroughly English phrase of poetry which lias all the rigor as well as the sense of Virgil."-Blackwood's Mugazine.

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Good English; or, Popular Errors in Language.

By EDWARD S. Gould, author of "Abridgment of Allison's Europe.” One vol. 12mo., 240 pp., $1 50.

Mr. Gould, in this volume, has confined himself to the exposure and analysis of such philological errors as a re familar to every one, and are in common use by every one, including the best writers of both England and the United States.

Philip the Second, of Spain.

By Charles GAYARRÉ, author of "The History of Louisiana.'' 'With an Introductory Letter by GEORGE BANCROFT, and a fine steel portrait of " Philipfrom the Titian picture engraved by Burt. An elegant octavo volume, in large, clear (pica) type, on heavy toned paper. Price, extra cloth, $3; half calf, $5.

The History of Louisiana. By Cuantes Gavarné. Being

THE AMERICAN DOMINATION, from 1803 (its Cession to the United States) to 1861. Also, uniform with

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Edgar A. Poe's Prose Tales.

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Edgar A. Poe's Poems.

The entire Poems, a Memoir, and Steel Portrait. 12mo., uniform with the “Prose Tales." Extra cloth,

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Alger's Future Life.

A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life. By W. R. ALGER. With an Appendix containing a

Catalogue of Works relating to the Nature, Origin, and Destiny of the Soul, being a complete bibliograply of the subject, by Ezra ABBOTT. Fourth edition, with many revisions by the author. Royal octavo, 911

pages, cloth extra, gilt top. $4 50; half calf, $7. * Dr. Alger's work is so well known, the publisher feels that it is only necessary to call attention to the new edition of ready.

Milman's History of Christianity,

From the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of Paganism in the Roman Empire. By HENRY HART Miliar,

Dean of St. Paul's. Thoroughly revised and corrected. In three volumes crown 8vo., in large, clear type, on fine paper. Cloth, $6 75; half calf, $12.

Trench's Hulsean Lectures.

From the last London edition. Revised by the author. 12mo. (uniform with our series of Dean Trench's

Works), $1 25.

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APRIL 15, 1867.

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APRIL 15, 1867.

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JUST PUBLISHED. Last Days of a King. An Historical Romance. Translated from the German

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Terra Mariæ; or, Threads of Maryland Colonial History. By EDWARD

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