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For remarkable Passages in the Criticisms, Extracts, Notices, and
Allies-The Church of England Cleared
Anthologia Davidica; or a Metrical Trans-
lation of the whole Book of Psalms, se-
Beaumont-Means of Increasing the Ef-
Sanctus Thomas Cantuariensis.
Biber-The Supremacy Question, or Jus-
Biber-Sermons on Saints' Days: preached
Browne-Ordo Saclorum. A Treatise on
Burns' Illustrated Catalogue, 468.
Campbell-The Lives of the Lord Chan-
L'Europe depuis l'Avènement
Devotional Library, 468.
Short Meditations for every Day in the
The Crucified Jesus: a Devotional Com-
mentary on the 22nd and 23rd chap-
ters of St. Luke. By Anthony Horneck, D.D., 468.
The Retired Christian exercised in Divine Thoughts and Heavenly Meditations. By Bishop Ken, 468. Helps to Self-Examination. By W. F. Hook, D.D., 468.
Ellis-The Daughters of England. By Mrs. Ellis, 285.
-The Mothers of England. By Mrs. Ellis, 285.
-The Wives of England. By Mrs. Ellis, 285.
-The Women of England. By Mrs. Ellis, 285.
English Churchman's Calendar, 468. English Churchwomen of the Seventeenth Century, 285.
Galloway-The Gate of Prophecy; being the Revelation of Jesus Christ by St. John, theologically and historically_expounded, &c. By William Brown Galloway, M. A., Curate of Brompton, Middlesex, 458.
Gatty-Sermons published at the request
of his Congregation. By Alfred Gatty, M.A., Vicar of Ecclesfield, 194. Gerhard Fourteen Meditations for a Fortnight of John Gerhard, 464. Giles-The Life and Letters of Thomas à Becket, now first gathered from the contemporary historians. By the Rev. J. A. Giles, D.C.L., late Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 37. Groves-Pasilogia: an Essay towards the formation of a system of Universal Language, both written and vocal; with suggestions for its dissemination throughout the world: including a succinct review of the principal systems of similar character heretofore published. By the Rev. Edward Groves, 450.
Harrington-The Succession of Bishops in
the Church of England unbroken; or, the Nag's Head Fable refuted. With a Postscript on the Ordination Services of Edward the Sixth, in reply to the Ninth Letter of the Rev. J. Spencer Northcote. By E. C. Harrington, M.A., Prebendary of Exeter, &c., 198. Harvey-Discourses, preached in the Parish
Church of St. Mary's, Truro. By the Rev. W. Woodis Harvey, M.A., 441. Hastings-Parochial Sermons from Trinity to Advent Sunday. By Henry James
Hastings, M.A., Rector of Areley Kings, 195. Heylin-Doctrine and Discipline of the English Church. By Peter Heylin, 464. Hook-An Ecclesiastical Biography, containing the Lives of Ancient Fathers and Modern Divines, interspersed with notices of Heretics and Schismatics, forming a brief history of the Church in every age. By Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., Vicar of Leeds, 190.
On the means of rendering more efficient the Education of the People: a Letter to the Lord Bishop of St. David's. By Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., Vicar of Leeds, 127.
Hooper-The Translation: or, The Changing of the Living Saints, and their deliverance from the judgments which are coming on the earth. By the Rev. John Hooper, Rector of Albury, 445.
Jarvis-A Chronological Introduction to the History of the Church: being a new inquiry into the true dates of the birth and death of our Lord and Saviour. By Samuel Farmar Jarvis, D.D., 77. Jenyns-Observations on Natural History: with an Introduction on Habits of Observing, as connected with the Study of that Science. Also a Calendar of Periodic Phenomena in Natural History; with Remarks on the Importance of such Registers. By the Rev. Leonard Jenyns, M.A., 177.
Justin Martyr-Justin Martyr's Dialogue with Trypho the Jew. Translated from the Greek, &c. By Henry Browne, M.A., Vicar of Netherswell, Gloucestershire, 193.
Kell-Discourse on the Necessity of Providing an Enlightened Education for the Christian Ministry, &c. By Edmund Kell, M.A., 467.
Lincoln-A Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Lincoln. By John, Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Delivered at the Triennial Visitation in 1846, 195.
Macculloch--The Principles of Political Economy; with some Inquiries respecting their Application, and a Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Science. By J. R. Macculloch, Esq., 96. Manual of Devotions for Confirmation and First Communion, 464.
McNeile-The Church and the Churches, By the Rev. Hugh McNeile, M.A.,
&c. &c., 192. Margoliouth-An Exposition of the Fiftythird Chapter of Isaiah; being a Course of Six Lectures delivered in Glasnevin Church. By the Rev. Moses Margoliouth, Incumbent of Glasnevin, 442. Markland-On the Reverence due to Holy Places. By the Author of "Remarks on English Churches," 465. Maskell Monumenta Ritualia Ecclesia Anglicana: or, Occasional Offices of the Church of England, according to the Ancient Use of Salisbury, the Prymer in English, and other Prayers and Forms. By the Rev. W. Maskell, 180.
The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England, according to the Uses of Sarum, Bangor, York, and Hereford, and the Modern Roman Liturgy, arranged in Parallel Columns. By the Rev. W. Maskell, M.A., 180. Moore-The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind. By George Moore, M.D., 447. More-Strictures on the Modern System of Education. By Hannah More, 285. Mountain-Songs of the Wilderness. By George J. Mountain, D.D., Lord Bishop of Montreal, 466.
Napier-Florentine History, from the earliest authentic Records to the Accession of Ferdinand the Third, Grand Duke of Tuscany. By Henry Edward Napier, Captain in the Royal Navy, 459. Nevins-Theodore, his Brother and Sisters: or, a Summer at Seymour Hall. Edited by the Rev. William Nevins, 464.
Outlines of the Christian Faith. In Fif teen Short Lectures. By a Clergyman of the Church of England, 192.
Paley-A Manual of Gothic Architecture.
Parry-Ordination Vows: practically con-
Three Charges, delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Barbados, in the Years 1843, 1844, and 1846. By Thomas Parry, D.D., Lord Bishop of Barbados, 456.
Platter-The Autobiography of Thomas Platter from the German, 468. Plummer-The Clergyman's Assistant in Visiting the Sick: to which are added the Offices for the Communion of the Sick. By the Rev. Matthew Plummer, M.A., 191.
Polignac-Réponse à mes Adversaires, pour servir de Suite au premier Volume de l'Ouvrage intitulé, Etudes Historiques, Politiques et Morales, sur l'Etat de la Société Européenne vers le Milieu du Dix-neuvième Siècle. Far le Prince de Polignac, 1.
Etudes Historiques, Politiques
et Morales, sur l'Etat de la Société Européenne vers le Milieu du Dix-neuvième Siècle. Par le Prince de Polig
I.-1. Histoire de la Restauration et des causes qui ont amené
la chute de la branche aînée des Bourbons, par M. Cape-
2. L'Europe depuis l'Avènement du roi Louis-Philippe, par
M. Capefigue, pour faire suite à l'Histoire de la Restau-
3. Études Historiques, Politiques et Morales sur l'État de la
Société Européenne, vers le milieu du dix-neuvième
4. Réponse à mes Adversaires, pour servir de suite au pre-
mier volume de l'ouvrage intitulé, Études Historiques,
Politiques et Morales sur l'État de la Société Européenne,
vers le milieu du dix-neuvième siècle,' par le Prince de
II.-1. Sanctus Thomas Cantuariensis. Ed. J. A. Giles.
2. The Life and Letters of Thomas à Becket, now first
gathered from the Contemporary Historians. By the
Rev. J. A. Giles, D.C.L., late Fellow of Corpus Christi